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(From the Guardian.) Wednesday, April 9th. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 11 April 1862
(From the GuOrdian.) Wednesday, April 9th. Walter Gray, of Ipswseb, died on board the Telegraph steamer, at the A. 8. N. Oompany's whaef, this morn ing, at half-past ten. The vesel arrived last evening, at 9 o'clock, after a boisterous passage of 72 hours. It is said Mr. Gray'e death was thereby naeelerated. Mr. Charles Cowper intends visiting Queensland, also our Southern and Western Diggings, likewise Albey, before Parliament meets. Tihe Balmain Bchool of Arts was opened last night, by Mr. Cowper, who delivered a long statistical speech. Nothing has yet been settled regarding the Newcastle miners.
SHEEP AND STATIONS. IV.—LAMBING. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 11 April 1862
SHEEP,AND STATIONS. IV.--ts niBNG. (From taRgney o inaming Herad.) A great many squiatters may he frequently heard talking about their wool,. and enlarging on its merits: as' regards weight and quality, while they praise up their runs as capital "wool-growing country; 'and. ar? quite delighted if, on comparing notes with friends from other districts, they find that their clip has attained a higher price by a penny or two-pence: per lb. GCeterieparibus, theay certainly have cause for co ngratulktiob,butit is eot always thata stati6is .thattioddces a high priced clip, possesses equal do tadtges in other respects. The phrase "?a good wool-growing .?untry", applied to a run, 'meaily mbm6is that that is sil.tbit ca be said in itsflitbtr thhtit ihn't faitt?i but it cbonists if lierhaps sBntdy ard rather barreq.ridge;, where the leeoes will 'not contia&t miu mid or.dist. At a general role.not much is heard from thqowneqr of such runs about their lambings. Of course, on old-establis...
AN INCIDENT OF AMERICAN TRAVEL. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 11 April 1862
AN INCIDENT OF AKEIICAN TRAVEL. While pessing tlong a portion of the Ohio and &ssisesipp' Railway, a sceie i~retented itself which I shall not soon. torset. 'On entering the' cat: I obserted,, which is very udusinual in the Northera States, a number of ooloured people sitting iddiscriminately among the whites. This was the more remarkable, eas the latge letters painted outside of some of the care in New York, "Coloured pebple allowed inside this car," were fresh'in my memory. I expressed, therefore, to the'conductor my iorprise (but by no means iny objection) to see the darkies, as they were called, sitting amongst the passengers on the railway towards St. Lounis. "Ohl" said he, , those coloured people are slaves; they most of them come from Virginia, which is a slave Statq, and their masters are taking them through the Stats of Illinois, a fee state, to the slave state of iidsourl. And you will observe," he added," that those matters' Ibk with a inbst distrustful eye on ast...
Home and Foreign Extracts. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 11 April 1862
,Thern B$eT MONSMENT O at LATE PgeNCc CON oaRT.-We Bfud the following sungestion, in the form ofa letter t the ,Star and Dial, from the pen of'Thomas M'Combie:?-The Press of the metropolis ha beeiC busy in dischaeslu a question in which the publib of all classee feeldeeily interdeated-the'best monument to thd late'Prince Opunsort. I would re spectfully .lteat' that the' mem?o, f this great and good prince woUl bebest? by S odlony, tod be et tle u .'li:tira "telee 'ad called LAlbett- Inin otidtir. The rittojh 6f th'i 1b Prideq Consort were all of s peaceful and jndustrialI character; ' It is a ot th snaltlest'lfthe many clarms his memory he pbpii tle nation, that be was the first great Ee~tish prince who tIoka rel practical interest in the colonies and inoolonlention, and that be didso I am kware; be having :attended .thb read. lg of a paper:of inie on this sabjectat the meeting of the Britleh 'Aesoulatlon:in'AbIdeen; the year he wa pre.ident, and expressed great ipterest ih the cold...
IMMIGRATION DEPOTS. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 11 April 1862
fRIOtGRaTION DEPOTS. WE have to congratulate our re?ierE, and the country generally, on the arrival of Ytwo more ;immigrant vessels-the Clifton and the Most moreoncy-adding about 500 additional souls to our population. We trust that these new arrivals will hnd the immigration department better prepared for their reception, than they were on 1he last occasion of the arrival of three vessels within a few days of each other. It seems both eingular and cnfbrtunate that tihe arrival of immigrant vessels should take place in the manner they have -done. In a new and sparsely populated country like this, a ship load of immigrants soon absorb all the accommodation we have at command ; but when otwo or three vessels arrive together, an inconvenience arises which must result in discomfort to many of the new arrivals, and give them an unfavourible impression of the country to which they have come to spend the remainder of their lives. We have fronm time to time urged the necessity of making amp...
DIARY. MEMORANDA FOR THE WEEK. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 11 April 1862
DIARY. MuuoIsR A ?ro eRE WsEEE. - On | JlightWar.o? .r APRIL. [Rises.. Sets. b omor. M rn. 1 FrnlAY . ........ 18 5 45 (6 0 64 1t |SuTeorot ..... 6181 541 0(48( 710 is 1 SsnAr 1........ I 19o I 42 7 0o I o o 14J DSDA0 T .... .. 1 6 20 1 5 841 0 1 0 880 15 s Tleszson ...... 62 90 b 5 401 9 0 1 10 16 I WEp LIDOESOT di 51 1 0 0 102 411 s 17 I( Tauso'? ...... I 6 S1 5 5 -1 Io I 40o The differenem in time between higr muater at the Our sod Brsbane is b our4o minutes, and Oarlich 0 houes 25 oinutes, trlttht dltfferenIeo'utt eadded to the 1ime o6t2igir ratur on the Oar. T?e easterly winde on Ibe tusto of the Bay, and the frehees in oheri?eren o a se e a r se riatior l 'rom our table, but the se are merely acoidentl, aagoeeroed by no brnorrn lar. FIIIDAY. APRIL 11, 1862.
LATEST INTELLIGENCE. SYDNEY. Monday 5 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 11 April 1862
LATEST INTEL?IGENCE. BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPB. (From the Courier.) SYDNEY. Mondsy p.m. A special service was held yesterday at Christ Churhb, at which the attendance of volunteera weas invited. A large number were present. Dr. 'Woolley ogiciated. It'has'been decided that the lighthonse on Cape St. George shall be removedto the site originally proposed, which liesatwo or three miles further South. Tle manager of the Australian Agricultural Company has issued a notice to the effect that pits rwill be closed in fourteen days fromthi?date, unless the miner go to'york efull time. Thie Wallsend Company have also.efused to oomply with:the demands made by the miners. D)?ring tile heavy southerlygale which raged yesterday, I the Cumberlsnd, schooner, foundered about three miles from Newcastle, and the master andfourof the crew were drowned,
Original Correspondence. To the Editor of the Queensland Times. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 11 April 1862
Original aorrcspontbnct. To hek Ediltor of the Queeksland Times. BrSn,-Under the very niodest signature of "A Cotiu trymau," some political neophite makes hIis first essay in the columns of your contemporary, of Tuesday last. What countryman he is, may be easily inferred fromnt his inflatedaroganse andassumption ofuniversal eensorship, -but who, I would ask, is this ready-made critic, this mighty "Fadiadeen," who knows aid is conversa't with everything, from the traits and feelings of an Irish in former, or king's evidence to the beoomine essentials of the "dignity and sacred calling" of a ininister? The sources of his inspiration betray him Ijbut'he need not think to sti/le ts with the spirit of the Nation, and claptrap about persecution and seatcarin bigotry. It is an old dodge in Ireland, but it won't do here.:.There are " too many here who know all about the Natson-its flaming bigotry and seditious fulminastions thatuidsrany 0' other Government than that of ]Englandwould haveeon...
LAND SALES. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 11 April 1862
LianD BALs.-By a supplementary Goernemen t Ga ettle, published on Thursday last, land sales are en nounoed to taks place at Brisbane, on Monday; the 28th instant, consisting of 86 allotments, situate on North and -outh Pine River and the Bald Hills, and containing from 14 acres to 233 acres eahob. At Toowoomba, on Monday, 5th May, 40 country lots, situate near the top of the main range, on Gowrie Creek, on the Dalby main road, and realr the raee.ourse reserve, containing from 13 to 109 acres each. Also at Warwick, on Monday, 12th May, 47 town and 4 suburban allotments. MORrETO DIstorCT ASSESBnESN.--It is notified for general information that the Buns or Sections of the unat dermentioned occupiere, in the Settled District of More ton, have been duly assessed cnder the 3rd clause of the Act 24 Victoria, No. 16 (Unoccupied Crown Lands' Leasing Acet), in the manner pointed out in the 1ath clause of the Act 24th Victoria, No.11 (Unoccupied Crown Lands' Occupation Act)- a: Rest N'ame ofLe...
VICTORIA. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 11 April 1862
vicTroIA. The addresses of condolence to:her Mejesty p the Queen, on the death of the-Prince Consort, agreed.. to by the tHouses:.of Legislature, were -formally. presented to his Excellency ,the Gotereor on the 21st instant. The Acting-P~residet: havingns - p .e sented the address sadopted by the Upper.gouses.ia Excellency said it would be his mqournful, ,yet itn, some respects gratifying, taskto traihsmit the ad- : dress to her Majesty. Sir Heory .Added that ". pray... with- the Legislative Vonill-otiilMdst Majesty might, under the heavy.trial with whichb God in his.wisdom bhad seen fit q aflictc her, hbe strengthened by his heavenly grace for the perform- ance of those earthly duties which she had hitherto discharged alike tothe admiration and the advantage of all portions other wide-spread empire. The ad-. dress from the Legislative Assembly was aubmitted . by the speaker, at half past twelve o'clock. Bheis: Excellency promised to take care that it was laid before the Queea at th...
THE PRINCE CONSORT. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 11 April 1862
THE Pn rCE CONBORT.-The followlhg addres was agreed to by the Mayor and Aldermen of the Mueiipsl Council of Toowoomba on Saturday last, for presentanon to his ZExcelleney the Governor for transmission to the Queen:-"To' Her Most Gracious Majesty, Vitorin, Qoueen of Great Britain, &c., &d.-May it please your Majeaty-We, the Mayor and Aldermen of the town of Toowoomba, in the colony of Queenaland, your. Maiesty'a loyal and faitlhful subjects, have learned with u?feigned and heartful sorrow of the heavy bereavement you have sustained by the lamented decease of ytuatr, illustrious Consort. 'We .humbly deire t~o appro.ch. your Majesty with our expressions ofthe most profoid." " sympathy in the great affliction with which'the Great' - ' Huler of the Universe has visited your Majesty and the'" Royal Family of Englanid. E ven in this lismtntportioai . of your empire the lifeand charaoter of thoe P 'nee ' Ceonsort has secured the esteam and a0itaration of ,you?r Majesty's obj...
FRESH FIELDS FOR PASTORAL ENTERPRISE. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 11 April 1862
TBESH FIELDS FOR PASTORAL ENTEEPEISE. ~Prosei the Eko~dsot The rety ncertnin, 'or rather,' the most dis couraging prosperteta agdeulute in Australia have givers a newpbasis' to. the question- of .patoral occupation, of which b.te impottince is at last a?ipreciated both 'by the piublic and:by the more intelligent memers o.f the Asseembly. As long'as it?ae conside-ed anii aibitht?aklcultute wastthe giand 'ad ultinkt '- intee' ofthis- deb unty-ihe tirest bai'M ooT'u futhr piui tyP-the pastoral' i rest wee naturally looed n pot uibisrej'.ith conpar4i contemaptht lys pig ,the way of progress.The pastoral occupant was reharded ssan ntritder, a bihdr~ice, and a upisaice, and· t was blieved that t$e sure?s~ modieofpmmoting odr real prosperity was todrive4im intaothejoterior. The means adopted for this purpose were certainly .vdry effective. While the assessment on sheep in the nbighbouring colonies was 2d;:per head. the Victorian ocenpdint is cbhared . d. While our 'nighbpum gpve ten and fo...
WANDERINGS IN TROPICAL AUSTRALIA. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 11 April 1862
WAM15EilGS IN l TRPIA7 PiST~iCA.I No. XL (horn the B. f. Berald.) After a vet" short stay at Lizard iland, the JuliaBPryeft fl'or the Howick Group, the nearest part oe whichIts about twenty.five miles distant, to remain ther id ai time collecting beche-de-mer, uand Utrbatntfor fifteen weeks, bringing back about~sit'?ons of that article,. chieSy test' hI. havlid'lihi?'st'sbout anotherton of ecred ".labh" by s iebrZ a est fire. This was poor work for r iop . tie':1.o and dqnbly.4gaarqdable to those.w.o?had bwen loudet in their condeeinatidn of the orpes Strait trip, which bad paid them muc,?ettuer thregih tortoiseshell alone, and who wersidng to. "mese up for lopt time" by certain and wonderful seceess in beche.de.mering. During this period .little. eT interest occurred. at the.depot. Bech?der.mering was permitted to go on languidly under.diffielties which ought notto have existed. A barqueas ea?bored one night several miles to leewdrd of the7sliand, and soene of the shore people went...