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No. 2. LIST OF UNCLAIMED LETTERS FOR THE MONTH OF FEBRUARY. General Post-Office, Brisbane, 29th March, 1862. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 15 April 1862
No. 2. LST OF UNCLAIMED LETTERS FOE THE MONTH OF FEBRUARY. General Post-Otfce, B.isbane, 29th March, 1868. Parties applying for Unclinied Letters atthe General Post OfBce, Brisbane, are ?ipueted to give the correct number'of the list in whichtheymay have observed their names, as auich reference will materially facilitate deli wery. Parties in the country making written applies tions, should accompany such aplplieatisna with the amount of postage for transmission; and, in addition to the former particulars; are requested to state where they expecttheir letters from, and any other infoimatisn tending to prevent the unnecessary transmission of letters. Taosu s L. Muawnt PRIO;, Postmaster-GeneraL Abbott John, Roeskhampton; Abraham Denis, Rosalie Plains; Adam Nicol,Drayton; Allecroft John, Dawson River; Allen George, Ipswicb; Allport Heniry, Ipswich; ArmstroengJ. A, Rockhamnpton, Ashton J., Ipswich; Astin Peter, Felton; Aylwara Wlliam, Oayndah. Baker James, Eockhampton; Ball Andrew, Rloc...
SUPREME COURT, BRISBANE. IN THE MATTER OF THE REAL PROPERTY ACT OF 1861. Special Case, No. 2. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 15 April 1862
IUPREME COURT, BRISBANE. IN E MHTTER OF 'rE REAL PROPERu Aer or 1861. Sspecei Caoe, Na. . The following .case is stated for theopinion of the Court, under an order of his Honor Mr. Justice Lut wyihe, dated the 27th day of March, 1862, made purse ant to the fourteentA section of the Real Property Act of 1861. By the 16th clause of the Real Property Act of 1861, iis enacted thatthe Recietrar.General shall not receive any application from the proprietor of any land in re spect to which any jndgment may have been en?ered ulp, unless the judgment creditor shall consent to snch appli cation. By the application theein. referred. to is meant "an application to bring under the provisions of the said Act land held by the owner for an estate of freehold.": ' y the 21st clause of an Act panssed by the Lecisla ture of New Soitth Wales, in the 7th year of her Mojes tn's reign, intituled "An Act to eonsolidate and aosend the Laws relatingto the Registration of Deeds and other Instruments in that p...
Monday, April 14. Before the Police-Magistrate and Mr. J. Murphy. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 15 April 1862
Monday, April 14. Before the Pnliee-Magieatrate and Mr. J. Murphy. William Halker,,G?orge BHurley. and Michael Cain, eharged @ieth drunkennessa having been confined 48 hours, were discharged. : Patriek Blundell, clar~gedawith profane sweariog, not answering to his boil, It was ordered to be forfeited. Thomas Alerln and William Beverley were each ined os.for drunkenness.
IMPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 15 April 1862
IMPORTS. '.emblai2 kegs fash, 2 cases fancy goods, 4 bales er, 4f eases drapery and sundries, 34 mats suagr, I be, Cribb and Foote; t1 mate sugar, Foneur; S~ult. edats tea, , cases oil, 38 bars 4 bsndla iron, 2 bases froit, 6 paekages, Wilson and Co.; easeks, I brindle Ses?. 4 boxes spap, Robinson; 2 bnaes candles, 1 box Sans, 1 box blue, i box.fruit, i ease honey, 2 palca1go, sassellan d Co.; I drag and-chain, 1 bundle iron pots? bundle buckets 6 packages, Gray and Co.; 2 kegs1 teals,11 bon.a .irsdow glaes, l bundle ter brusheb,Alas'dsfl I varcel, Craces I phrcel, Lvers and Co.; 1 hbauteask Sisaley, P,1lsnd; 2 cases, M'Laugllan; I ease 4 tru'l ki janta, t H. Ley4 : I casse, Beaser; 1 trumk, q ?Mr ?s. 4ieers; 1 package, Nerrnot; 1 case pipes, 1 box, 2 masps 105 25a ease cigars, ('manues l padkage, firegnry.
Saturday, April 12. Before the Police Magistrate and Mr. B. Cribb. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 15 April 1862
Saturday, April 12. Before the Police Magistrate and Mr. B. Cribb. William Harley was fined 5s. for drunkennes, in de fault 24 hours imprisonment. Mary. Monaghan v. Patrick Monaglhan.-Wife deser. tion. Withdrawn. Nathaniel Badlier and Thomas Mulholland were charged by Pa~rick Butler with assault. He was walk ing along Brisbane-street in company with two others, when hie met defendants; in passing, his shoulder touched Sadliere. when that person turned round and asked why he did it; witness said he meant no harm. After some words the constables seized plaintiff and threw him down; he got up a-d they again tried to throw him down, when Mr. Macalister came up and said hie had seen all, and that the conshibles were in the wrong . Mar. ealister deposed to having aritnessed the assault; Mulholland did not take an active part in but seemedoselr helping Sadlier totakethe msan to the loek-up; plaintiffwas peifeetly sober. Sadlier· was fined £2 and Mulholland £1, the amount to be deducted fro...
EXPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 15 April 1862
EXPORLTS. ..?bla: 1I* bales wool, I bo:, Wilson; 37 bales tol, .bob, 3urphy; 1 pocket wool, , asoka tallow, 19, hiui~, Cockburn; 3 bales wool, 1 pocket, eay and kCo.
IPSWICH POLICE COURT. Friday, April 11. Before the Police Magistrate and Mr. B. Cribb. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 15 April 1862
IPBWI0H POLICE COURLT., Friday, April ii. Before the Police Megistrate and Mr. B. Cribb. SA ohargoe against Patriok Kelly for allowing cattle to etray in the atreeta w olapoasp ed to Taueday (thiat 'Mlrtough O'-oaulin wpsa olirged by Elisabeth" Ward with uzsig uduatee . ~.,gg .aa ... lisa wida aasiog adewnslaotjaus, gaid li Patricek Dwyer was charged with assaulting Jolhn Burke, constable. The oomplainant deposed he went into O'Rourke's at midnight on Saturday, the 6th instant, to get a glass ol ale with a friend; hlie snaw defendant there, rwho Ihad a bottle of gin in his hand he wanted plaintif' to have a glassa; plaintiff just tasted it; his friend hiving let he was following, when he was stopped by Dwyer, nwho told him not to be in sucth a hurry, and putting his hand upon witness' shoulder, ansked him, as lie was a big lump of a fellow, if he could fight; witness replied, with a laugb, that he Was tihe best fighter in Queensland; he then attempted to go, but was stopped by defen...
(From the Courier.) [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 15 April 1862
[Froc ghe:Cosrier - he City of Sydney (brig) arrived at Roqhbamptonon the 9th, with a cargo ofrtimber from Maryborouh;, .'Tle following vessels wetekyipgsi i'tl oi lvor Fitzroy iwrn the Clarenee left: hBiro?lelle, schooner, from yfew Caledonia; the Jeannie Dove, schooner, and the. .flue Bell three moated schooner, from Sydney. ?The Telegrapih, wbielh was to leaveSydneygorriuabane gbli evening, will probably lTriv n lWdp zday nigtor ·$horedoy morning. T~e preosot eeesgemosnt~madt d.huebb, thy lomcl aene, i, theefreot~tatiebohs l leve Brishane for Sydney on Satuiday next, the 19th intant. with the supplementary mailfor England. :Thei Clarenee wil leave for the Northern Port. at 8 o'loetl this morig;n
Local and District News. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 15 April 1862
.acal antb IDiatritt NXls. " Tr-CI Ezeorcss" MAtL.-J? will. be sen by our tele grplhic news that the steamnr Telegraph left Sydney last b ight. She will be detained in Jrisbane until Saturday esPt for the purpose of-conveying the English mail. The anaile (orOGreat Britain, Sydney, and sithe Southern Colo mihs,•will be made up -at the Ipswlich post-ofice on Fri 4ay, l18thApril-for registered letters and newspapers at 3 o'clock, and for ordinary letters at half-past 1 o'clock -p45. Suunar Sooor. ETEIETAIMNEN.--We beg to draw theattention of those interested in Sunday Schools, to -the entertainment to be given by .the -teachlers of the St. Stephen's Sabbath-schlools to thie children, attthe Hall of the School .of Arts, this evening. The proposed enter. tainment is .to be of .a somewhat higher-class than that nesually.given:t chrildren; there-is to bean exhibition of -dissolving views by oxycealeium light, and amateurs of music havvekindly vohlinteerd their services for the ocea Qino, s...
MELBOURNE. Friday, April 11. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 15 April 1862
MELBOURNE. Friday, April 11. Parliament has adjourned for three months. The Lund Bill has passed, the ten years' tenure *of the squatters having -been altered to nine years. A Speakers warrant has been issued for the arrest -of Mr. G. Dill. publisher of the Argus, for his con tenipt in.not obeying the summons to appear at the bar of the Assembly. The salary of tle'Governor has been reduced to 47000 per annum. The Goveriioraud several? membersof Parliament .eut to Ballarat yesterday. There was a grand eeception and a Ahnqet. ,
(From the Guardian.) Friday, April 11. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 15 April 1862
(From the OGuardian.) Friday, &pril 11. The gold escorts broaught down jesterday upwards -of sixleen thousand (16,000) ounces. SA.telegram has been receirved ~from the Commis slonbr by Fovernment, giving -econtt of a fresh discovery of gold in the neighbourbood of Balth. -urot. Tbe Australian Agricultural Company served notices of ejencoent on the refractory miners yester -day Tlheservice was performed utinder police Iro tection. The miners were previously woi'king only quarter.time. Mr. Walter Gray's funeral took place yesterday. It was largely and respectably attended. Mr. Seorge •la?rris, of ,Brishbane, was present. iThe Co poraiion are negociating with government .for the erection of a Town Hall and a Police-office -in George-street. A daring burglary was attempted last eight, in Sussex street The burglars blew open an ion safe , wilt gutpoewder; but the noise being louder than they exp1,cted or ittended, the .neighbours were -aroused, and the tbieves had to decamp witho...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 15 April 1862
SALES BY AUCTION. 4 QUARTERTIERES AMERICAN TOBACCO IN BOND, To be Sold by Public Auction, at Walter Gray and Co.'s Bonded Store. H M. COCKBURN has received instructions Sto Sell by Public Auction, at W. Gray and Co.'s Bonded Store, THIS DAY, the 15th Instant, at 11 o'clock precisely, 4 QUARTEB-TIERCES AMERICAN NEGRO HEAD TOBACCO. Terms at Sale. .172 25 HEAD OF HORSES, For Sale by Public Auction. H. L COCKBURN has received instructions . to sell by Pubhlc Auction, at the Corpora tion Sale Yards, TO-MORROW (WEDNESDAY), 16th Instant, at II o'clock precisely TWENTY- FIVE HEAD OF HOBRSES, as minst which are, 6 FIRST-IIATE DRAUGHT H8)lISt1. (a trala will be given), the remainder bren-i4n to Baddle. Terms, Cashi. 170 GENEBAL NERCIANDIZE, ...... .? : IRON PLOUGHS, &c. H .'. COCKBURN has received instructlons * to Sell by Public Auction, at his Rooms, Nicholas-street, On aTHURBDAY, the 17th Instant, at 11 o'clock precisely, : 10 BagsAdelaide Flour, 1001bs. each 20 agas Msize 11 Casks...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 15 April 1862
tiy Sunnulaub ftmw. "TERMS : Suascsrrtso.-The namount of hmbsoription to the ' useislkand lies' is Biren Shillings lad Bixieoioe per * qflrterpif'>pad Ini sivissodo:cEighVShilinsg a eM Sin Seaon.eadit. 'he qouartetterminate onothe 80th Sep te?mh. lalt Dpoeober, 81st ~Mrch, and ,80th June, at ,whih -iod6 o.! can subocribera deolipe, t. ,giving aoti?.? rind .ji?yi tne amotint due'to tho end ,of the cureentquat. '... . ' .. : ngl? b oile, Bizpbto. A bilarlutdit ltlsa" noted acoordin to 'thi ol owlagoctlot a. -. Twolinso.................................... 1 0 Posrijoe.. . ..... ....············· 9 'SiitniOO........ ........········,·' 6 S : ghfttllnk, or under one inch ......' 0 e.trradditioal eight ulines, or inch 1 0 ' ThahWllIaYi lDI i's allowida on al advertise. ,?II oatuml-- -: .'..." ':. ' . . ., for:Oiiosetion ..........p.. e 10 pecent. 18 , ......... 15 ,, S6 n ........... ... 25 All odeitiiientininst Ipul Yirt the face of them hoe number, of ey creyutoiben5o d, or thy aill ...
DEPARTURE. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 15 April 1862
S . DEPARTUE. , ppril .-Kembl , ateamer, Captain-Bel, for Sydnsy. assengers--Mr. Trader, Mrs. Master and two childreu, M?ssrs. Wy)dham, W. B. Tooth, Ryan, Andenon, and fHi f'g~itiaeti~ge.;
Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 15 April 1862
*lbiping *utefltgarm., 'A flRRV ALS. April l0.-Kerebla, stermer, Captain 54pun 8 ni the 6lh inatant., LPassenger-The~e&r.r. Beasley, El B~tsley iani ldj d rs. .Lavers and two children, Iesers. Foote, Melfert, Grimes,..Parot, Nfa.e@,.ali," Finrjh, Sharpe, and 15 in the steerage. April I.-Clarebee, Meamer, Captain Cott?ler, ~from thal orthern Porte. Passengers (from Rockhampton) --drs. Clnrk, Miss Clark, Mrs. Golding, Bishop Tofnell, IJdners. Dalrymple, Bartley, Wfitham,. Coley, and Hil unag; (from Maryborougli)tMr. and Mrs. Wood, Marns. Ateott;lpong, and 2Mza the steerage.
Home and Foreign Extracts. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 15 April 1862
Sitommntbta farteatgn-Extvact His Imperial Highness Prince Jersin Bonaparte has taken , mansion in the Cornwa.l-road,oith .Kensington. Mr Ituisell, in a letter to the' Ymeic hi4 of bthe eormas watste going on, and sys i~ 'is rle 'that 'thb Fedeial:lairmyo 600, men p.tFtfr more hia tn tiarmy uiior ,I6 Europesa troops;, and certaioly an army o f.,000O Europeaon trp~s could have settled the question of actual superiority in the fieldvery speedily.... ..... . ANsoEvIs TaRIBaIs DEATr TBaDuOBn CebOENRps. -O-n Saturday afternoonn infoimation wasn-divel by Mr. John Humphreys, coroner for East Middle ez; of'thedeathof Miss Sarah Wainwiighit, di?ri' g, girlof fdurteim yeasref age. whoexpirid thdt-tmont ihg at teCitybof Tndoui Hoqslital, frott b itJsfr of dreadful injuries received thrtdi?gh the Igni in 'df her critiolibd latir thb peviodis evedino?g. t 'ihat thle nifort6tnite eceased, who wast d~i htr of'highlt jeiteble ptarents, residing qt. feIppey, was alone in a mon?d?"n Friday evenin,L-w...