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Wednesday, April 16. Before the Police-Magistrate and Mr. J. Murphy. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 18 April 1862
Wednesday, April 16. Befbre the Police-Magirstrate and Mr. J. Marphy. David Mitchell and John MCDonald cehaged with not havinvhg their Lamss liglhted on tite 14th instant, at 5 n.m., pleaded guilty. Casca dismissed. William Butler e.Willianm Jackson and Charles Chap rnan.-Tlis case, remanded from Tuesday, was then pro- ' _eeded with. Aaron Waemsley deposed to eetng the defendants driving the cow and calf in qaestion. whiceh were Joanna Blatler's property, on the 12th or 14th ultimo, at Woon garooe They tried to drive tite cow and calf by them selves; but finding they could not, they put them along with othler cattle and drove them sway. : William Jaekson deposed that the rowbelonged to his. daughter-in-law.; the cow was taken without.his per minsion, he being the person in whose possession shite ass; saw the two defendants at Woods'es, atWoogaroo, and charged them with taking the cow--they denied it it lirst, hbut afterwards Jackson admitted they had drives. her in, and delivered he...
IPSWICH POLICE COURT. Tuesday, April 15. Before the Police Magistrate. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 18 April 1862
1PSWICH POLICE COURT. Tuesday, April ls. Before the Police EMgistrate, , Patrick Shine was fined Bs. for drunkenan-in'de. faull, 24 hours in the cells. William Hallm., for a like offence, was lined lis., or 48 iours Patrick Kelly, was fined £2 for allowing eattle t sdao. John Butler summoned Charlts Chapmanta•d. Wtm. Jackson for utnlawfully taking a yellow and 'white cow and calf, blnmded IC on the ribe, ER over 2 on the rump, and JB on the hip. the proiei-ty of thCamid John Butler. Postponed to next day. George Hasenrhamp summoned Edward Bolam for rescuing a horse whiclh ws imltouided by plaintiff The defendant not appearing, a warrant was ordered to issue for his. apprehension. . .. John Dollard nd Thoemas Kelly w'ereeaceh fned ire shillings for druokenness. James Portley was snummoned fdr a itres?jiof thel0th section of. the Publicans' Aet, in nota kphtg euffieient ?ecommodation for tranvdrllers in his hotel, at Laidley. Plea, guilty. Fined 10s., with 10s. coests, 'ad'iieanse can...
Local and District News. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 18 April 1862
SLmral antb IPitrict Xrltm.. Tus MAYl 1oa EtOLAND.--The Telegraph will leave Btribane on Saturday with the mail for Europe and tile soathern colonice.. The mail will cldose at the Ipswich Post-otniethis day-farrgistered lettersand newspapers at one o'clock, and for .dkdinary letters at hall-prat one o'elockp.'m. Rotnir..--7To-d-, being Good Friday, will be obh aetved asn a holidayb) 'the Bank; public offices, and buieiness easiblishlmenti in this town. Oiorriow "to .trcaaosenRns.-We auderstand that come ofthe atuionator of this town have been selling by Auction wmlthod their licenoses. We would caurion them that hyao doing they.expose themsnelves to a fine of £20 ! Diarn aw DuowarO.-An Tinquest was held by the oroner on Wednesday last, toucehing the eause of death of Elieha Lowe, at Redbank. Sophia Sugars stated on BSlnday morning last she was at the Brisbane River, near Campbell's Boilinc Down, when ahe saw d?eceieed g?o.down the bank with'a tin ir his bhand; hortly after shbe tide...
THE HORRORS OF THE CASTLE OF ST. ELMO, NAPLES. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 18 April 1862
'Tak Hirftsoas Or ' a??tTL Uo ST. E?aco, Ars?e.--In the Castle ot St. ElImoJo hard plenty. of dktoaLpr-t i aoerysehade'lbftiedes. The toi of the hill liba iad * lrge sqdare pit s?nkini it, divided ,adirtiiilly inio twob haiami a by a inatui'ral layer of .the stone. Roerind ~e :uppr edge of this shaft the isible fod as bee been built ; odin hie pit below ellb hOve ~ien either iicooped in the wl r built ainst hrtem like plosets.. Theke cages; re ten or t elve (eat square, aoa osually ventiated by a .ratiug afoot lonag ipn the panel of te. doort boot whieh thesentinel outside could close by. 6 slidiwg pver. The forniture:of each consisted solely of a wooden treesel; to:serve for a bed.: The prisoners weya notsallowed to 'comes out for' any necessities wectever; "iln'1be acumnatlatied .irt was obly re novedtl t tifhcf a b nc.sdb edagertdai ! Th?ugh by (]H bbaldi'sirder t thiese dnngeoni had inot be used aslde tbh Klzig?tpa4til. bid. b?d been 'ired.atsil swe~i~t~. ibuusesc·,h was st7'Pil...
MAILS CLOSE. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 18 April 1862
Fa lSDsLnE-8 p.mUil iiiv (Suaj z ted). Fq hi naxrro Alt Tocuwooxai-Tuesday, at 21.45 F~ W Ca.m L nd Oiridby,..5 We p~mn.h ' . au Ror W~awrcr.-Aondays, as, I p.m~.) pandfridas~ at 6a.m. e Subsaribers, eto Me lnd Times who do not ioedive their papemrs leogry, woud coner a favoiur on tdi lt~opriatora 4Lmeadnatd inform wogjhu*4*,it pea ,,a
BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH. LAMBING FLAT. Friday, April 11. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 18 April 1862
Br ELacrarC TcLnmarPr. (From't?- Sgdnery Morning BHerald.) LAMBING FLAT. Friday, April 11. - Sergeant BmSanderson, withdeteetiees Lyonsaand Ken. nedv. left thie Lchlan in charge of.three prisoners by the coach for Lomhing Flao yesterday. On reachling Brewer's shanty three horsemen with two led horses were observed. The horsemen, osi seeing the coach, bolted, and were followed by the dtectiere on foot. Soddenly they faced abrut, went roaund the coach, and drawing their revolvers opened fire oni the aolire. Two of tCe hnaremrn holted, bhut thelthird, Davis, stood his gmaund and received four shots from Detective Lyons, all of whilch took effect--ne in his thigh, one in hIis wrist, and the other two in his head. Davis felland was immediately pounced slponr byh detetive Lyons, who had already had his fnrefinarr eut in two by a shol from Davis' revolver. On the fall of Davis tle priesners assisted in securing him, and hIe was brmnght to Brewer's shanty. Mrs. Brewer received a random sbt ...
(From the Guardian.) London, 3rd March. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 18 April 1862
, .w;adon,' sr?l Marcih. A Liberal Miember has liven rimned for Wsrc'eaer, Anod a CinrvatiVe frr WaVkefielI. T T eiR fio tll Ministry have resigned. itatzzei is forming a' new ~ it.i...t " SThe Prus?nanChmhirn raf Deputles have eplproved of lile mrecogoptni oI the kingdom 5 ritly Wedlnesday, April'16. SThefollowing itms.of Englishaknews are additional .P those sent you vysterdsy. The intended mmrrage of the Princes Alice wilt PriliceLaquisof lepse?ii forma sy onounneed, and the psper epsnete? with tlihe matrimonialltrety have'been publishe. "'.. T?h hrnme'Governmment hae iisued intr ionsln thllet isa sherican nre vessel, Federal'or Confederate, shall be allowead tiuemiin more tlhan' tw~nty four hours in a Brit?dsh or colonial port, except when detalned by stress o1 oeither, 'Or in order to eneoaie'ae98srr repairs. The Ilon..Grantley Berkl1ytA?!BIll' to ,lgalise the matriasge with deeased wlf' si'tCr,' whialch has year after year ben bmught.before Parliment, ?sa, passed a sloond.lrad...
PRODUCE CIRCULARS. [MORT AND CO.] [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 18 April 1862
P'1dDo0 l CIROULARS. EoOT AND Co.] Wool.-At our auction sale this day, the biddinoga Were nore ailms'ted?tli?'last weeks'all robrly all the lots aestaloglued were quitted at full rates. The principal parcels of fl ece wool sold were--F&V. 7 hbales, at 20td.;. JS,21 at 17td; GJ, 10at 17d,; RJ, 8 stlSd; M10 over diamond, 8Dat Pd; ECP, .l at l ?I-lO GP, 3 at 20)d. A few parcels of wool in grease sold at ad to 129d. BSlrepakins.-The supply more than u'sually limited; all to hand sold at from 8d. to 6&2. per lbh. Tallow.-Filty casks were sold as follotves:-4 at £10 per ton, at £81 5s, 2 at lt 10s, 3 at £832, 4ct £864, 6 at £34 lts., 80 at f£88, Hideo.-Ooly 86l hides were eatalogued, all of which (excepting 42) were sold at prioes about same as Isle quotationhe-0s 6d to Ues each for light weighte, and 4ls to 14n Gd for god heavy hIides. . PalcE. CUtRRNT, WOOL. . . d. . .. d. Superior clip .........p................. I 8 to 1 o Fairtovood ........................... 1 S to ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 18 April 1862
mmm_ SALES BY AUCTION. FARM OF 162 ACRES ON WARRELL CREEK, Near Siuthfield, 179 READ QUIET CATTLE, To be mild by Public Auctuion. J . COCKBURN bhas rereived instructinne I. to Sell by Public Auction, at his Rooms, Nicholas.street, On FRIDAY, the 9th May, at 12 o'clock prekisely, . A Farm of 162 Acres on.WareOrelleek, Divided into Fur paddaxks, 13 acres of which have been undercultivatinn for the nlast four years, and 9 acres more have been cleared. Together with A DWELL[NG-HOUSE, Containing 3 Bedro.moms, I Sittine-room, Kitchen. and Dairy. all under one roof; the Hounis sbineled, and all thetotms are flnored. There is alon a lHut, shinl.ed nd .floored; BARN, 18 x 25, shingle,; STOCKKARD,.with 7Milking-bails, 4 Pigstyes, &c. AtSo, 179 Head of Quiet Cattle, A good number of them broken-in to bail. Horsei, Cart, Pims, Fowls, and Implements, to be taken at a valuation. For farther pAicularts, apply at the Auction Looms; Nichblas-street Terms liberal, at sale. 144 500 TO 100(0 HE...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 18 April 1862
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EXPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 18 April 1862
EXPORTS. SClarence i (For 'ha'borouRg]-1 parcel, Cribh and Foore; I box, Panton and Co.; I box lags, A. B. Jones; 2 rolls leather, P. Klein; 1 ,ase, G. Arthow; 1 parel; Mrs. Barnes; 1 bale leather, I package, F. Bailey: 1 bale leather, T. Gorry; II eases brandy, 2 cases jaoms, B boxes, hall-.ehests, 8 ohests tea, O4 ?ases o0ap I:ease drapery, 1 rask barley, 2 cases railt-, I arrel oil, 18 packages, J. asd G. Harris ; 1 piece dreuery, 1 par. cel, J.'W. Bnuton? l-aboxisa , Perry Brothers; 10 boe?asap, 5 hoiescanqAle R I.ouglas ; tehests tea, I case oysterrs, 4 bags sugar, I bo ralisin, S cases, C. New ton, Bnohers and Co.; 2 boxes glass, ex Sydney steamer; 1 bag potatoes, J. Brown ; 2 chests tea. 1 case ine, I bores eanles, N. Batley; I parcel, W. Thompson; 1 lIet table pillr, I pnckage: Ebenson; lease fruit, tlas: hone~ , Willias.-- For Gladstone]; .1 box candles, I .iie dr4p 5., thalf-eheststea,?S caskser, X .,:and G. Harris; I parcel, Kingsford; 1 parcel boobs, J. W. Blxton; l1 box...
Shipping Intelligence. DEPARTURE. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 18 April 1862
) riIIf fit lliriftr: DEPARTUftE. April 15.-Clarence, steamer, Captain Cottier, for the No-thern Porte. ' Paengere- Measr. Anderson, E. M'Olelland, Andenson, Bishop, Rev. E. Scully, Rev. P. Duhig, and 40 in the steerage. April 15.--Brilliant, schopner, 112 tons, Captain Stephens,. for BRekhampton. A'.pril 15.-Vizxen,echoonert,'l20tons, Captain Bennet.t, for Sydney. Passengers-Mr.' A. Bennett, and one in the steerage.
TELEGRAPHIC COMPETITION. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 18 April 1862
great Powers in obscure places, dttietel l'enca forth to ti classic tmuaftulhlletnn, a smnall place laib.?..aty:.6f e.k~ ia . aM..andqy lasit,4he sIpe of *g'rand'bntst bet ween three telegraphi6 mnpamieswh?' Coatended- S he -Phre-enkeMuent SaBion.-for:thgboiorofr ferryifglrtheir withaseon pslesaoter thsilaronmrof':nmdkilly. Mr. -Holmes, emginetrr~o'tibeD iUniversal Private. Telgraph UQopenyjts the'frat to?ilain the. privilege ,that wmitgmhti tdblidb?h direct·. onmanication between OoGkndl Qheensiownm;nd.between the aMoth.east ca'astorfl?e timsbd variouatowna inoSouth Wales. Maia. M aCieoser behalf f the Electric andInter. national oti .piny. inoertook to show that: his o?sbpetiJfor.Wass!alling, uder false oloonrs, and ooamd ab:bntrn:in-ll.4se- promise.? wheea? bthe donifinfyblibhbb hsrr res;p entoad the map.doted. wiQt~itdsUion66tbd santenoolmnnls~atms layisne doio, lin,iat had .capitilal eoarlly. £tJOe1000., 'Thrn, tavrtediup Mr. Gi;mrl~.n:for the 'Briabih'and le?csMtietic Gompaeyd...
(From the Courier.) GREAT BRITAIN. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 18 April 1862
* .(PFromthe41srier.) "GREAT BRITAIN. A measumre of law reform is pronimil. incluing --sming -othir important atteratio's of existing -titutes, a bill 'to -effect a. simplification in the -re?istray of titles gad the trasfer of real .eat ite "The address in ,'ep'y to the .royal speech was opassfl iy bohath Housea without ame dment. everral hills fir aimplifying the prsent laws abfficing dealin 'in land. have hern introlduced :inrt the Ho.use oflrelts bhy ithe Lard Ciancelllir, arid *by Lords Cranworth,. Chelmaford, and St. 'Lerprjtsrrs "Iieivm r, ti. " . ' ' - - . In the Hoiuse of Cminmoin, Mr. Bright had con dlemneil, as wpaste .of . moiney,. the. despatch of wtdirforceme'pta t COmadta. . .Lord ?almnerat?o replied . etectively, ant tie aoipplemenrtaiy vote far the Army and Navy, estintte dat. nearly ottne (£1.XX00,000, was carried. In eonseqoence of.a speech on the Irish question, mwide by -Ste E. Pi"f. The 'O'Dr>noghne stenrt the lorr-.r lberpt a hostile seiteoar . Sir t Rbert ...
Home and Foreign Extracts. STATE OF LANCASHIRE. To the Editor of the Times. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 18 April 1862
'.. S i OF IANCASHERE. Ta MTh Edioe-f 5W Ste. ..- t ? attention to thin subject, ana %!ethatIt it to be rgreted that Pqrlre B ishai.'baztauemeut oftlie inte'ntiuoa of MIulstera withjg]gard.t9he American difficulty, and tnat the aUtttioc f thit egislature anight be directed to the friglglAtateof suffering endured by the labuuriug classes ih Lancashire which daily is becoming more intepq, andowhich will have to be met by immediate legislation, as it is quite true, as stated in Thofemes oflaa t aJ?january,thatthe Poor Law asatpresent admipistered is not equal to meet such a crisis as tha,.meselnt., . . TAbei.tt .qqption to be decided is:-Aremwe to rcogeise s~ (oufederate States, and, the blockade belag inefficient, aRe we to break it ? Now, anoug masnufactoeeas, there are, of course, some who are uinera.Abolitionists, and whose sympathies are withethe tiertdh; others who think that the.institua tifo, Blavery, though sot morally defensible, ison the whoel lsnefolal to the negros acea in...