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CAPE OF GOOD HOPE. MUNIFICENT DONATION BY SIR GEORGE GREY TO THE PUBLIC LIBRARY. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 18 April 1862
... CAPE OF GOOD HOPE, . MUYIPICEN?T DONATION ST aIR OKOnRE OBEYT TOB: ..PUBLIC LIBBAdRY.. (Froms '.t CapeArgus, Dec. 24.) ' The -following letter, in which His Rxcellntcy:Sir George Grey-annouoces to Mr Justice Watermeyer his intention of presenting to tbs South Aftriqan LiritV, 'OarT. 'Pd~, the whole of his* valuable collection of bokssi and manuosripti, will 'be icad with great interest througnhout the colony: - ('.toverment-HonseA k incand, *:a . Oct.21, 1861. !:My dear Watermneyer,-4For• thirty?gearsonesof the chief delights oflmy life .hs been to collect library which I hoped would form the charm and recreation ol my middle life:.and of my old -e,. Thus 1 have gone on indulgingodreams ofattranqtitj and literary life, wliih' as'tbobe bicnlpensattion for-th6briostat activity ormy early yeaks. Afj6t of'thisplin eas'ta publish frotm' ancient mnanisceijidi ser,edittiuns of worlks which I re¶ rded as heing capisble of grist improveident. As yw vzewa Sexte~iS;ed like a foolish ? ian ...
CANADA. Montreal, January 6. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 18 April 1862
- CANiDA. Pean GMs Tmes Carepapedest, Jasrwg 81. Montreal. January 6. The settlement of the.dificulty, if it is settled, has had aot efielton the military preparations here. The formation ofivolunteer corps and drilling con tiiue onabsted,.andlhe preparations by the military authorities fordefence have not been checked. T'he resniiiideS'Pbrtlre;l6tl: Reilment, Engineers, ani (ommissariat Corps, brought out by the 'ersia, with the exception of thbnse'oor board when she was com palled to leade Btarri'ed here on LMondey iftersoon last, in mouch better condition than the ptevious deAtliit't, iihetueatherhaving been more nnderatei 4uring their journey. They bhden ehthulstSc reception, and.'ibarctied fo'thieih' 5ariitaaco?i?ni panis , by an immense crowdl'cheerin' theii all the w 'a:y oth dffi~ers and meL w'ere disappointed t find there. was.: no immediate' pmrospect 'of '?thei: taking the fild agsioat an, enemy, and. rpIwlA.. "Just like our lnck" The regiment isone of th're, I believe, i...
FRANCE. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 18 April 1862
FRANCE. The financial position. of the conntry is much e.sir, and the fear and .emharrtaBmuents whidlc ire. Sv.aile.d at the departure if the last mail hlve in a in n grent mea?suUreeaed. Tih Frec.nch Chambers sare now sitting, and dcuniontct .hnve asisen on he Papal policy. There • Kestrting feeling againetthe temporal power of .'.bi. Emperor aa fecrbidden the attendance of -Ftret»h *Bisihops. at the eccnference of. theBidbihpof -all-.countrieastobe?held in Rome.
AMERICA. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 18 April 1862
AMERICA. The Northern ('rees hove sdvsared iatnt eth "Smthern Stateos under General M'-lellan. and an important bnttle took plsIe on the 19th of Jl'nur y at.n.mernet. Kentucky. when the Contederate fhreees were sroted snd their General (Sellienoffer) killed. Bautregard has takeu command d the Ctnfed rate forees. I)uvis cummanddluJ in prann at Maunasses. ,Prt'lHenry, in Tennessee, heas been captured by the Fe!leral gaun-bomte The Felerl rueen have cut offcommunicntion belwee?rR ]nemlphis and u,lmnmhns. . The tlrces under General Burnoeide have t·aken Ron,,nk. These disssteres are ?w~ting reat exitement in -the 8tultheLrn States. and whi at some exlpreu dis cuntent,.there is a general feeling in favor of more dleterminmed resistance. The commander uf the nConfedlerate sfeamer Stlmter has been arrested.at Tanier.'at the instaace Sbet-the American Consulate nt-Gibraltar.
DIARY. MEMORANDA FOR THE WEEK. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 18 April 1862
DIARY.. IE1MO1~UDA Pl1~ THE WItH. ACRIL. I . Mutt. Iiighwa r... Br I Rite,. I Seit. I hloro. I ABe,. tBIFasosn.........1622I 657IOo~ 1154 ISiSsrvwY .1.6211 626.1 1160 liE lOISuiosy I 6521 5261 14.' 66 fil BONOOT . i~6 2Sf 6 SI'236.i.2 0 22! Wzoogseuy... I 654j SISI 416.' 446 24jToenustuv.~......,656i sail 66542 The tiiflh*eiwe to time botw11et high woOer at tue 66,2 onE flrit6mt~ei, 6 hour4Soinsteo. ~ttd Ipowich ~ .houroi2jsinoieo, .ehicb ~tferrtieo must beoided to the time of high wotoron Ibe itr.~ ..*. Theesoisely virnioo6 ihec..oot of Lice Roy, otisi6he finheoie thedvee, oftel Causes eoriaiioo ftttot 00? tohie. hut theog oc. oteeelyoceidettioi, ood goveetted lyle knOWn low. ~PSWIOH, FRIDAY, APRIL 18, 1862.
IMPOUNDED AT LITTLE IPSWICH. Driving and trespass, £1 per head. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 18 April 1862
IMPOUNDED AT LITTLE IPSWICH. 3ro0M" IOOEWOOD. Driving a?n d treneas, £1 r.er head. - Chesnut horse, TB over TB near-shoulder, 261 near ribs, H near-rump d 6 Bary filly, 3M nearshouilder Black mare, TB over Mc near-shoulder, 8 over off-.shoulder, 8 near-rump, g near-thighl Bay mare, like 'over G with e near-shoulder, 207 off-ohoulder Bay Eoltg 8 near.shoulder, like CK near-ribs, B off rump . rlOM SW?'DA'BA. Driving and trespasse, s. per head. Bonan ily, blaze, RM near-shoulder Beye olt, star, off-hind foot white, GS off-shoulder, 2 near-shoulder B;ly mare, atar, B over t'nearashoulder SBrown volt, U 'over fl naer-shoulder Bowan manre, ES over JM (conjoined) near-shoulder, broad arro.wnear-thigh Ba, colt, JC ner-eshlouldeir, Ci over 8-near-thigh Gray mire, PO off-lshoulder ' ' ' Bay more, AC near-itia Boy colt, star, P over : B near-shouldei Bay mare and foal. blind off-eye, oftl-furead hind.dfoot white, H i near shoulder . SBay colt, star, Coa over BB near-shoulder, T over CIC eff-sh...
ARRIVAL OF THE ENGLISH MAIL AT ADELAIDE. NEWS TO 27TH FEBRUARY. Queensland Times' Office, Ipswich, Tuesday, 7 p.m. VISIT OF THE PRINCESS OF PRUSSIA TO ENGLAND. THE PRINCE OF WALES IN THE HOLY LAND PARLIAMENT OPENED. THE QUEEN'S THANKS TO THE PEOPLE. £35,000 SUBSCRIBED TO THE MEMORIAL FUND TO PRINCE ALBERT. TERMINATION OF THE WYNDHAM CASE. SLIDELL'S VISIT TO PARIS. GREAT BATTLE AT SOMERSET, KENTUCKY. CONFEDERATE FORCES ROUTED AND THEIR GENERAL KILLED. CAPTURE OF PORT HENRY BY THE FEDERAL FORCES. ARREST OF THE COMMANDER OF THE SUMPTER AT TANGIERS. IMPROVED STATE OF FRENCH FINANCES. RECOGNITION OF THE KINGDOM OF ITALY BY RUSSIA. SYDNEY. Tuesday, 4 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 18 April 1862
ARRIVAL OF THE ENGLISH M]AIL S AT ADELAIDE. NEWS 'i0) 27ru FEBRUARY. . Qiueeatl d irme? '0ffi,, Ip.?,ich, 'I'iuealy, 7 p.m. VISIT OF THEP liCE OF' PRUSSIA TO -·- -- ·.. E~tLND. THE .P CE OP B iiTHE HOLY LA.'·,;1.~pD.D :; * - ISA·D .* ' PABLTAIENT OPENED..; THE QUEEN'S TPAnB 48F9 THE PEOPLE. £I5,oooS0$%IIIBED¶TO TEjWpEMORIALL PUNfl TO PRINCE 4BERT. TERMINATIQo P THE WYNDHRAM CASE. BLIDELL'S VISIT TO PARIS. • :'.:... . . ' -- ·-- TUOKY.+-~~. . · : - ' GREAT; . .BAT. LE) A r . 'UOI.RSET, 77XEN2 p0KY. CONFEDERATE FORCES ROUTED AND " :' THEIR GENE£RAi ELLED. cAPTURE OF PORT HENR:Y BY TBH FEDERAL 9ORF."R " SUMPTERA ? lA' ?bJGIERS. IMPROVED. ST4TE OfPriENH IFN.AW(ES RECOGNITION OF TA&E RITfniG3M OF SITALY BY.RIBSIA .. T, , ELECTRI' T LE --API . SYDNEY.' ,* * * 'T.aia?L y 4 pam. jrn~xanzalSolnfMonEaqosw.L The P.,and Q .R i?!. : MMIr? ?cyyrivd at King George's.Round with nown, tothe 27th February, :snd vie,*4daide we l ~ae ta ,iowiniR news. H'er i?~a4ry!he Qeqep 4.4,n good:pbealth.,:...
IPSWICH MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 18 April 1862
IPSWICK MUNICI1AL COUNCIL. The usual weekly.menteing of the Council was held on Wednesday last, at half-pant 4, in the Council Chambnheren. Present-he Mayor, Aldegmen O'Malley, Clme, Wat. kinO, and Stanley. The minutes of the previous meeting and tile over seer's report were read. TasE ITLY LORD 8AL?. A letter was read from the Government, enclosing £1018, the meiety of the sale of land which took place in July slast ' " AACE RRPORT. The following eport was peased: Wageand eartage ...... ... ... £ i9 13 0 Que oland Times ... ... ... ., 10 18 B Eleclion expenses ... ... ... ... 2 I 6 M. O'Bllivoan ...... ... . 84 7 3 aITE eOR TnE BETDGE OVER THE BREMER. The following report by the overseer was brought up: "GnEtwmLuEe,- Having examined the banks of the River Bremer, and from the information given me by the gentlennman who made rhe sactions and soundings of the same, I hve'eomeoo the eonclusion that a bridgecan be most chrsple erected in a line with Bell or Ellenborough. atreets, that ...
OUR COTTON FIELDS. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 18 April 1862
OUfR COTTON I 8 Tie first experiment of. coUtton .growing on. large scale is now ~omSinicig to bear fruit. Feur bales ofeottonngrowi wihin -one mile of the- centre of the town 'of ipswicli were yesterday. shippiQlby the:stetimer-Ippeoich to Brishbne, there to hbe t ranshippeld for Sydievy, and from thencet, Londen. This.'eoltenm has bern-grnown't ten.acre hloek of iand ih-long ing to Mr. PANToI. The land has been cleared, ploughed, tnd we-dedd, aild the cj?ip tended lromughobut by white labor,~ the ~process. of picking being carriel on by children under the direction of a grown-up perison. Ahbout one half of the erop lits alrerivdy'teen ggtl'ered, arnd thle proprietor. estimates the yield it about 400 lbs. tf clean cotton tothe a. re. - Thle still larger plaHtitiation of the Ipswich otton' Company at Ilouvl; within three milaes of the town, .i. turnilug out an excellent crop. Notwithsrtirdiig' the alamasge" done by tle dreitrusctive hlailtorm of the li8th of October, which necessite...
ACCLIMATISATION SOCIETY [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 18 April 1862
AocLsacunesos SoirnE - t th wek'RMl me?t? ing of the ??oncil of the Acolunmatisation.o.?etv ] held on .Tnesdsy,: .letter w s . seadlrmo 4En i veir . 1 Wilson resigning his office of president f Si?o-:r ciety ;t ut it was the wannimons wish of the rou neil rhot Mlr. wi'son should be reqesed to??oild ofi: doling histemlporary absence frmni the-olon. the mconejil. at the same. time agreeing, to appointa?n acting president to otliuciate in' is etead n d? l dresa was eaeo 4rawn. op, stating ?he regret of the coniiiil at being deprived ior a timeol Mr. , ulsot,'p setive co- eration., but fxplresiing a sish that the ociety might still bhe favomed iwth a continence of his galshlie serviees in the eause ilfarcliinsii lion. Ther viee-president read a letter #hish had been aediessed.to him byh Mr E Lavord, prirate seretarj to his Exclleney Bir George R Gre, sttinog that, in.orderemore e fectually to carry out the work of seclimnscisation. in New Zealand, his Excellency lind purchased an etiena...
BRISBANE. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 18 April 1862
BRTSBbNIE. " From thc Guardian) The following is~a eaopyof the Address. of Co~pildolence to Her Majest" the'Queen, which at the list meting of the City MunielpalClouncil wes adopted, andrirdeied to beesoessed on vellum.and forwrarded tohii sExell?c?y the Governor forotransmipso ion to Enland-- : "Tdo ra QEB8 WeNT T "EX(IBLLE f MA I?T. "May it please yourMeajesly, "We,. the M.ror and .Aldeenen of the: Cit7oo f Brisbmane,; in your rMajesty'a eolony of. Qeuensland,. humbly approach your Mijesty, with the ascrance of i our most loal and devotled ttachmeost toyour M~jemtv' i person, crown, and oreirnment, and of ouri h.ih tas for the othismaembers of the Royil'faml, "In common with ll" your ljet's' ifaitiil irges we reaeeft, with' the prol6undea "orron, poD the ircwparohle Ion which your' Majly 'has lie asartojnd in the death of his isle' Roald EHighndo iei Piine (Jonsort, by which yo6ur Miajesty was ber?ved of a loving aid devoted hIuhind, .yoor Ohildrie at a"s afieetionate father, and ...
NEW ZEALANDERS AND AUSTRALIANS. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 18 April 1862
NEW 'EALAii~DERS AND AUBTXALIANS. The corresprindentof the New Zestkndser makes ; some rither aevere'a rictures upon the treatment of the natives of this colony.: I.ihve come 'to tie opinion` that a brief desrrip. tion of the Pakinoe Camp, etc., wouhi bse acoeptlhle to mnany of the 'itieroiius readers.. of the Nestso' Zehalanderi, sid i order that they may form bnie ' idea of the mianner in which we sre stitiated here, I beg to sul;mit the' folloiwing few partieulars. 'The cernps'of ilie 2lth and 14th regiments~ a pitched no thie Cranbourn farm (lAusti's),4iumediately i1. pnsite .Mr. T C. Heltemore:s property; and. Ibein'g n tshe 'ifinitv of the ietre. 'or Mao ri vJlagel of P,'kit oe, Tu'Sku, Waikato, end Papara? -theirfai hihbiiants (the \isorie?) profit by'lhe oceasion to drive a most profitulle trade in disposingoofutheir' Iprodure, viz, pigs,, oats; wheat, maize;'ltehbs. po ttooes, gripes, apliles, onion, pumnpkinks nmtot?es sild horses t· o the troops. Tie: consptimspi of the i...
ANNUAL LICENSING MEETING. Tuesday, April 15th. Before the Police Magistrate, L. E. Lester, F. A. Forbes, and the Mayor. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 18 April 1862
ANNUAL LICENCING MEETING. Tuesday, April, 15th. Befor the Police Magistrate, L. E. Lester, F.A. &nbsp; Forbes, and the Mayor. The following applications were granted: . John Cluns Clare Cotle, Nichlolaastrst " Michael Ford, Tattersaal's Hotel, East:and South. Streets Godfrey O'lRourke, Cottageef Content,, Eatosh ht. James Mehun, Queensland Hotel, -ribane-atreet, Little Ipswich. Janes Pritchard, Wivenhoe Hotel, Wivense. Mary Connor, Commercial Hotel, Bell-stree~t Henry W. Spring, The Blue Posts, Laidley. John Moran, Harp oTf Erin, Briobane-icreet James Fletcher, Laidleiy Hotel, laidl4y. Kelly MeKeon, Alfred Hotel, Alfred. : William Tllndmpsnd, Horse and ockey, Briubane steet. "David Mitehell, Clarendon Hotel, Brisbane and Easr-streets,. Joseph Ceooke, Rose Inn, Gatton. John McDonald,. Criterion Hotel,.boderick and E .astAseto. . SFrederick Moare, White Lion. Three Mile Creek. tMa?y Anne Cauloeld, &?yal Hotel, Brhbane-stree Pearce G. Copely. Ipiwiels Hotel,.Bri?ebae-at...
THE NORFOLK ISLANDERS. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 25 April 1862
baveha btained some further toe oial' coedition of the o ily4iedbyIbs Excellency wll, 4iellaev e, received oht.~botiesolated and bd m that ig~lb~ te The total number of persons on the island at the date of his Excellency's visit was268. Since the formation of the settlement there had been eighty two births, eleven marriages, and eleven deaths. This latter number inceluded several infants, and also some who had died from accidents; provinrg that the increase in the population has been very rapid. In further proof of this fact, we may mention that one family numbered fourteen in all, sixsfamilies nimbered each eleven, and one num. bered ten. Every person on the island is a member of the Church of England; and under a regulation left by Sir William Denison, every child is bound to attend the school, the parents being subjected to a fine if they do not send their children to school. This enforcement of education has bees strictly carried out, and was highly approved of by Sir John Young...
VISIT OF SIR JOHN YOUNG TO NORFOLK ISLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 25 April 1862
VISIT OF SiR JOHN YOUNG TO NORFOLK ISLAND, (ro the sydney Morning Herald.) His Exoellency the Governor returned to Sydney yesterday, in HM.B. Pelorus, from a visittoNorfolk Island, undertaken in accordance with instructions from the Bee?itary of State, for the purpose of re porting upna Ihe progress of the settlement of descend?ants of tile mutineers of the Bounty, who, on theiWaking up of the convict establishment in Norfolk Island, were removed thither from Piteairn Island ,BisExcelleucy's absence waes protracted considerably beyond the anticipated time, owing to the adversp winds and boisterous weather exper ieneedson after:leariog Sydney, the quantity of cool on boerd being inesuficient for the performance of the.whole of.the journey by steam. SHis Excellency. who was accompanied by his Aide.de-camp sand Private Secretary, left Sydney in HlM.S Pelone, under Commodore Seymour, on the ight~ of Thursday, the 20th of March, and arrived of ~Norfolk Island at half pastten o'clock on T...