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THE QUARTER'S REVENUE. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 11 April 1862
THE QUARTERI' REVEliUE. Comparative Statement of the Consolidated Revenue of tile Colony of Queensland, and of the Special Funds paid into the Treasury at Brisbane; during the Quar. ters ending alst March, 1861, and the 31st March, 1862, respectively. Quarter ended Quarter Head of Bevenue orlReceipt. 31St March, ended 31st 1861. March, 1862. Curtoms- 2 a. d. £ E. d. Spirits ... ... ... 7103 3 9 11771 12 1 Wine ... ... ... 798 15 3 1358 15 2 Ale, porter, and beer of all sorts ... ... ... 154 13 8 823 15 0 Tobacco ... ... ... 1537 9 11 8986 8 5 Tea ... ... 733 2 6 1482 1 6 Sugar and molasses ... 1128 6 8 2154 8 9 Coffee, chocolate, and cocoa 164 14 8 217 18 11 Opium ... ... ... 231 18 9 198 1 4 11850 5 2 21492 16 2 Land Revenue Proceeds of land sales ...11835 2 2 21596 10 5 Rent of land ... ... 2270 13 6 3734 18 2 Assessment on runs ... 420 0 0 64 16 0 Survey of runs ... ... 35 0 0 126 0 0 14560 15 7 25522 4 7 Pdstage .... 719 11 1 1191 6 2 Licenses To wholesalespiritdealers... 740 0 ...
IMPOUNDED AT DRAYTON. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 11 April 1862
IMPOUNDED AT DRAYTON, From Eton Vale, by order of Messrs. Hodgson and Watts. No expense. Bay horse, four feet white, EJ near-shoulder. Cheanut horse, near.fore and hind feet white, F over W near-shoulder, HM off-shoulder, star. Black mare, J near-shoulder. Oheenut colt. like IM near-shoulder. If not released on or before the 12th April, will be eold. Bsy mare, small star, blotch.brand like P(bow to left) or ( rear.thoulaer like a under, point near hip. Bay filly foil, unbr.,dod. If not released on or before the 24th April, will be, sold. . . . " " . . ... * .lARTHUR LLOYD, Foundkeeper. -. ..- J-d -·. · ** * -^-^.-· ·*-:-'
IMPOUNDED AT GOONDIWINDI, [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 11 April 1862
IMPOUNDED AT GOONDIWINDT, From Welltown, by Jacob Low, Eoq. Damages and drivieg, £1 Ss. Bay mare, small ateron forehead, near hind hel white, Anear.neok, JB near-shoulder, i over IH with cross under near thigh. If not released on or before the 17th day of April, willlbe sold.
ADMINISTRATIVE ARRANGEMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 11 April 1862
ADMINIXSTnATIVE ARANGEMENTI. (From the G6ernment Gazette.) fIhis Excellency the Governor, with the advice of the Ezecedve Council, has been pleased to direct tile notifi cation of the following distribution of the public business amongst the several Ministerial Departments of the Go vernmet, showing the offices placed under the control of aei iinister, namely :- 21.e Colonial Secretary, or Principal Secretary to the Government Whowill be charged with the business connected with Legislative matters elaval and Military Establishments, including the Vo S lunteer Corps *'Foreign Correspondence ni[?nigration Land Orders . : ~laectriC Telegraph olice, including Petty Seslions and Native Police diescl Establishments, including Quarantine, Vacci Snation, and Lunatic Asylum stration and Statistics unicipal Institutions veroment Printing olotial Stores clmatnions, Commisions, and other Instrumente , nuder tie Great Seal teralization of Aliens iosaiel Establiehmentse blie Education terry and S...
IMPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 11 April 1862
IMPORTS. Clifton : 2 ca~eh mebchandise, T. and W. H. HIolr.e) I steam engine, 8 cases, 8 packages, C. IH Btedmsn;ui oases, 14 drums oil, 21 boxes candles, FlavelleBrothers7 o packages, 1260 bags salt, R. Rhodes; 4 cases stadotiery? F. M',Nab and Co. 7 ..packages muslin, J. Sawyer. a eases paper, W. Fairfax; 2 casks putty, 10 kegs lead, 16 packalses,-fi etgs nails, 44 bnndles shovel, W?. and B.; Broukes ; B2packages, D. Brown ; 450 cask sbblottlell beer, 600 barrels mineral waters, 21 crates earthenware, 25 caes, c p8ales drapery, ?2 trunks bootsand?soes, 120 Akrgs nails 99 gridstones. 66 bores glass, a]0 boxes tiq plate, 81 castings, 778 bars iron, 770 packages and pis4 ston machiuery, 1 engine, 2 boilers, 18 packagr? maecli ery, J..and & Marris; lese, .HRev.J. . Fletchert bales, W. Gray, and Co.; 6 packages agrieultual im plesments, Barker; 1 cse,'H. W. Hasales 2e c .somer chandise, 2 ositatboattles, 1209 ea . winre a sd i~irita5 G. Raff & Co.; 2 eases books, Rev. W...
QUEENSLAND INSURANCE COMPANY AND PROVIDENT INSTITUTE. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 11 April 1862
QUEENSLAND INBUBANCE COMPANY AND PROvEmIa INS?TITUTrE.-A meeting was hleld in Brisbane oln Tues day eevenig last, to consider the propriety of forming a company under the above title.~ The Mayor occupied the chair. A motion was moved and carried that the formatiot of such a company was desirable. Mr. George Board, a gentleman of considerable experience in the mat ter, and who ehas' been connected with sueccessful soeieties of the above description in Melbourne, addressed'the meeting at considerable lengthl.' It was determined that the Company should be formed on the basis of a joint stock company, consisting of 10,000 shares of £10 each, £1 to be paid up--10s. on the allotment of shares, Ss. in six months, and the remaining 5s in.one year.. A pro. visional committee of ten gentlemen was appointed. Mr. Ham was appointed secretary pro ten. About StOn asares were taken up in the room.--A6ridged fron the Counrier.
ARRIVAL OF TWO IMMIGRANT VESSELS AT BRISBANE. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 11 April 1862
ARRIVAfL OCF TWO IMMIGRANT VESSELS A?? BRISBANE. The Montmbrenewv, Captain J. J. Sowerby, left the Downs on the 1st of January, and Plymouth on the 4th. Moiderate winds carried the vessel as far an the Bay of Biscay, then a breeze set in from the westward for a week, until off Cape Finisterse. Light bafhing winds ,ntil thed0th Parallel of latitude was reached, thence the north-east trades down to 50 2.; the south east trades were then met with, the ship being driven a long way to the westward--about 39 o. .Nearly a week's calm now intervened, and afterwards found the westerly winds uunl reaching the meridian of Cape Liewyri. Since arriving off the Australian noast (Cape Otway being .sjighted on the 29th Moarch), ihght bahling winds have been experienced, with fine weather. After coming abreast of Sydney Heads, a gale of wind sprang up which lasted for four deys, driving the vessel 60 miles to the seouthward, with a strong current from the north. On Saturday, theSth ino?hat, the wind...
THE ANNUAL RACES. ENTRANCES FOR THE NORTH AUSTRALIAN ST. LEDGER, 1862. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 11 April 1862
THE ANNUAL RACES. ETRANbCES FOR THE NORTo AUSTRnLs ST. LaDGER, 1862. Mr. Arnold Wienholt's dark-grey colt No-Naie, 8 yearn. Mr. enry M. Geary's. bay colt A -FoURS, 4 ears', by Talisman, imported Arab, out of a thorough-bred mare. Colours, black eap and blue jacket. Mr. W. Davidson's bay gelding STROP, 2 years, by Es hibition, dam's name unknown. Colours, pink and white. ENrTRABCES OEr THE QUcENSarD TotAL STAIS . Mr. Arnold Wienholt'a bay geolding Saus, 2 years. Mr. WV. Davidson's brown filly MancA', 2 years, by Surplice out of Insanity. Colours, pink and white. Mr. Hardie'a blank horse BLACK PTumE. Coloars, Ssoarletjacket and black cap. MrI. HM. Gearxy's bay filly VansT, by Young Waver ley out of a thorough-bred mare. Colours, black cap and blue jacket. We are authorised to sate that the reason these entranaea were not declared in last publication, was on account of the absence of a majority of the stewards.
Commercial. IPSWICH. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 11 April 1862
7PSflCH. feoessr. Fattorini and Co. report the sale of 57 head of Messrs. Wyodham's horses, at an average of £12 Bas. Thethorough-bhred colt Talisman was soldto Mr. Jo?hn Hanran for £50; andMaanfred to Mr. J. 8. Ogilvie for £86 lOs.. Messrs. Fattorini and Co. offered several valooble properties for sale by auction at their rooms yesterday, and disposed ot the follosing:--An allotment of ground having a frontage to Burnett-stret, and anothler on Darling-street, near the cutting at Little Ipowich, con caining 8 roods and 4 perches (being No. 87), to Mr. James Hockley, for £315; the adjoining allotmlent, con tainino 2 acres 26tjpelohes,'being No. 88, was sold to Mr. William M'Donald for 155. The allotment of land No. 14 of Section 8, adjoining the Horse and Jockey Hotel, contaioing 32 perches, was sold to Mr. Samuel Appleton for £210. A paddock containing 120 acres on the BaudambaCreek was soldfor£315; and a farm of 42 acres, situate on the Bremer River, together with a cottage and oth...
IPSWICH MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 11 April 1862
. IPSWICH MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. The usual weekly meeting of the Cduncil was held n Wednesday last, in the Council Chambers. Present-the Mayor, Aldermen Cribb, Watkins, Them, and Cltne. The minutes of the preceding meeting were read eand confirmed; also those ot the late election of an Alder m.en. Tile Overseer's weekly report was then brought up and read. The Mayor then read a letter fr6m Mr. Balding, the newly appointed Town-Surveyor, explaining the reasonos for his non-arrival in Ipswich. Tuhe following letter was read from Mr. Balbi: "Ipswich, April 8th, 1862. " Sr,-During the Maynoralty of John Murphy, Esq., itwas his intention to have presented me by subscrip. tion with a watch, in consideration of my ceapturi~ ' Georgie,' the black boy; and as 1 am led to believethat the money has been collee:ed for that purpose, I beg to know through you what has become of the same, or why the object has not been carried into effect. "I have the honour to remain, sir, " Your obedietsaervant, |" ...
MELBOURNE. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 11 April 1862
MELBOURNE. , Messrs. J. H. CLouac & Co. report Wool.-Since our last report there hIas been ;a little more private inquiry, and we have placed several parcels of fleece withdrawn or bought in at our nlast sale at fair prices. We have also seipped on Owner's secouansome large lots, nearly 1,000 bales in all. The eeason here may be considered as now at a close, and we do notthik. it probable thate public sales will be held in Melbourne of this season's clip, except in event of considerable arrivals from New Zealand. From the results of the sales of wool in felbourue during the past season, compared with the probable rsults of the sales of the same wools in the home wool markets, we think those of our friends whohave availed themselves of the facilities for disposal of their clips here, have good grounds for congratulation, as there appears to be every prospeat of heavy losses accruing to shippers this year. The prices which first class wools have realized, have proved highly sa...
DEATH OF MR. WALTER GRAY. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 11 April 1862
DEATH OF MR. WALTER GRAY. SIt ,rith deep regret that we learn that one of the oldest and moat esteemed residents of this aistrict de parted this life on Wednesday last, on .board of the steamer Telegraph, at Sydney-we allude to Mr. Wal ter Gray. Many of our readers willbe aware that Mr. Gray hadl beed suffering for some months from a to rour aon his necl, which caused him great paio, and incapacitated him for active businean. Anticipating that a change of air would be beneficial, he went on board of the Woollooamooloo for a few days before her departure; and, after leaving that vessel, he went to reside at-Olepelad, where he remained until within a few days of his departure for Sydney by the Telegraph. Dr. Morrison, of this town, lead been in constant at tendanoe on Mr. Gray at Cleveland for about three uesoatid aeoompasied him to Sydney, with a view to obsIn aid from the fit -edical practitioners of New oa)h Wales- Is to be feared that theremoval sn soie measure acoelerated Mr. Gre...
Local and District News. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 11 April 1862
ILocal aunb totritt Nets. TaE MUNICIPAL ELBCTroN.-The official declaration of the poll was made at the Court-house on Tuesdaylast. No interest seemed to attach to the proceedings, us there nere only three ratepayers present The Mayor delared tile result to be, as stated in our last-J. M. Thompson, 82'; O. Connor, 71-leaving a majority of 111 in favour of ir. J. M. Tlompson, whom he declared duly elected. Fber of the candidates appeared. OUNo COMPETITORSB z r o THE RACEs.-We under lt""n that the two tloroughbred colts M?anfred and T"lisman, which were sold by Messrs. Fattorini on Wed "nday last, are botl to make their appenrance on the rec-couree at thie noet annual races. They are both ILely horses, and we wish them every success. Mr. John 0;jfn is now the owuer of Talismsn, and Mr. .T. B. Oivria of Manfrad. ' TuE B520K o0 NEW OUTH WALEs.-Mr. Collishaw, the architect for the new Bank about to be erected by this company, wsa in Ipawich yesterday, engaged in lay inc out the site for t...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 11 April 1862
SALES BY AUCTION. SALE OF GENERAL MERCHANDIZE. H M. COCKBURN has received iostructions I to Sell by Public Auction, st his Rooms, Nicholas-street, THIS DAY, the 11th Instant, at 11 o'clock precisely, 12 cases Patras carants d cases curry powder 30 bags maize 20 bags bran 30 bags salt 2 20 bags flour 12 boxes soap, S &e., &E. Terms, Cash. 147 STOCK FOR SALE BY THE UNDERSIGNED. S CATTLE. 01 B B HEAD OF MIXED CATTLE, 1000V #1 ages and sexes fair proportions, according to schedule. 7 to 800 Head of do. do. 600 Head of mixed do., ages from 2 to 8. 600 head store cattle, equal sexes, ages 2 to 6. 1000 head of femide on the Macintyre. 1500 do. io. ages 2 to O. 600 head of Ipixed tattls,'deliverable at Draytos. 500 h epd o dittoideliverable on the Logan I~iver. -SHEEP. 1?000f nll-?noutherl wes;Darling DoPns' sheep 1500 ewes, ages 2to 4, Burnett sheep. 1200 prime:fat wetheres, 4 to 5. 2000 .do. do. do. 1100 yoing do., Darling Downs sheep. 1900 gqod wethers. For farther .parti...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 11 April 1862
c . oeurnsl aiiui .mttm TE~MSB: Suscentrwvow.-The amount of subsOriptio~n to the Queenlaknd fle Is Seven Shilling and Sixpenep quarter, if paid in advanc, orq it hln. - pence credit. h 4cth6 et terinte . tember, 81st December, 8?lMettdl and 80th June, at which periods euty san nsubcriber decline, by givirg Snotice, and paying the amount due to the end of the current g~uarter. Single oppice, ixpeeoe. AD?vE?TIBBr Ts mfe iaestod accmrding to the 1ol owing saale, a. d. Two linm .....................;.....;..:. 1'O Fourline ................................. 0 Si oin ,r ......u.......i.................. o Everyag?dition?l eight lines, or inch .i 0 The following Disceant is allowed on nil advertise. onenti continued For 6 lnsertion ............... 10 per cent. $-s..,............. 15 .. .. .. .............. ..' ,. All advertisemeota must spacify on the face of them the inumbeir?Ti?ilthey areto be iueited, of they iU be continued till contermnaded and charged acaordingly. Otdeuroeorithdratwa...
DEPARTURE. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 11 April 1862
DEPARTURE. April 10.--Bsllutha, steamer, 750 tons, Captain Trouton, for Sidney. Passenger--The &Rv., W. 'nd Mrs. Curnow, Miss Po?atir, Mesrs. J. B. . Wed, Bailey, Burnsr, Grenhill, A. Rafs, and IU in the steerage?
Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 11 April 1862
bipping Fnrttelligte ct. -4--t- ARRIVALS. April 8.--Montmorency, ship, 668 tons, Captain John Joseph Sowerby, from Plymouth on the 4th January. Passengers (Cabin)-Mr. and Mrs. Oharles Driver, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Ledger and six children, Mr. Albert Cartwright, and Mr. Charles Graham. (Second cabin), Mr. Albert Bowsfield, Mr. and Mrs. B, .Cannan and four children, Mrs. Elizabeth Minter, Mr. E. Manifold, Mr. John Turner, Mr. Chis. M~son, Mr. and Mrs. John Bowyer, Mr. and Mire. J. H. Walker and three children, Mr. W. Tonlinson, Mr. F. Squire, -Mr. T. Struthers, Mr. B. Smith, lIr. . 1. .liwellen, and Mr. C. Smithbl Intermediate and steerage, 195, the passages of 75 df whom are paid by the Queensland Government. Burgeon, Mr. T. Westropp.-J. and G. Harris, agents. April 8.-Clifton, ship, 867 tons, Captain John F. D'Oyley, from Pltmouth 5th December. [Passengers. (Cabin) Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Derkmansn4 tiwo daughter*i Lieutenant tobinson, R.N." Messrs. E.'Deshon, Ham. mersley, M'Alpine, John ...
DEMOCRACY. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 11 April 1862
DEMOOLACY. (F'ramss ft.se Zswetauumifer.) Flshesr.Ames was a native of the United States. After recejving. a liberal education he became remarkable among hiscomperem for extemporaneous eloquoene, and took bis place at the bar; Whenthe revolution broke out he was a youig man, but be resolntely opposed those ruinous expedients of a weak end vascillating governimeilt, the'isue of a depreciated p'per currency, and the arbitrary regulation of prices In the convention for ratifying the Federal ionstitntion ih 1788 be acted a conspi cuous pert, and 'was a firm supporter o Washington's administration. We give the antecedents of Ames that our readers may appreciate the following extracts from his writings, and in which he so luminously traced the consequences of rampant demnocracy which we now behold in the disunited ' United Stated' In his "Dangers of American Liberty," published in 1805, after the retirement of h. pure patriot Washington from public life, Ames points out that of all despot...