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(From the Courier.) [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 25 April 1862
.h i lla?e (for the Ceori.)",~l?.,Ol? Goyuanwt DaEazaBBa.-T hata d l I the suolsialT orer for the second estaIlment of the aaothwia kr jparliaeuet-ittoDantibbg t 8s,80 ;.s S Pw.Rtest.-wer opened on Tpcodsy lost at 'the Trmeenoryr.. Thjpe were thirteen tedreedoasnt~lYit~eO ig sunm amountitn inUthe eggeegdle to ?-:i-, hot sal only of these wore acoepted, for the sum of £I3,900 -just half tieianiooeot collodtoTr. The tendoesace~pted •see' rnttd a is follows :--dl9A0, wlop i: t .£105; £lOlO0 at £~104 Os. Ed.; and 5900.t £04. £teOW0) of the total ament will be supplied by pernsei t r -. in Orisbane; the remainder by Sydney oapitaii5O . he gouvremment had Ated upon £10 th aui n.n, .. , iat ten ?Oderseuld?e coepts dand .hnte.r.tab' -. the ihola of the offers made above lhat- nut '*hs u ojtihsr tsofii,SO snd! w R ifeora w'b I inve
BRISBANE. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 25 April 1862
BsllsBAhE. I Ph,'JI. ek lsde. TiEwnn AnCE Tny MnrnO. - Last aring the Temperance Soiree took plnii in the Mood of Arts. Not only the boy of the ball But also the ja we densely crowded. 'Tne P ho teo'~at pnrtonh o 'ta e.~, were obliged to leave, in order that the secolad dvfies might be. supplied. 'he building was -ta~it deco rated with fages, shrb; and bonecy - mronate mottoes. In the intervals betweeo ion el ad dresses, intrumental :music, con~siinc g of ??m um, hornet, and Ante, as well also as songs, we mplayed ae dieerrissaotats. His excellency, Sir G. F. Bowen, secompnied oy the Hon. .. )bLadougall, and Mesers.John Bnma~a nd W. Hamersley (reently arrived). left owqnon Wednee day morning lso% for dhe puepobs, pf visi t the plaontationot the Caboolture Cotton Bomig and returned on Thnraday evesing,ni hp at state in which they found the etton fa ,w.t theresaltofthezrtrip. Thecottoni f most exeellent ality. M. Bameton, clled at our offie, and left some iM es equal in texture to any...
TO-MORROW. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 25 April 1862
To-MosRow. By Mr.. 11. M. OGOonRN, at the Corporation Sole yards, at 11 o'clock,t7 cows and calves, and steers. By Meeus. lao?,our & Co., at the Corporation 8ale yards, ~at 12 o'lock, 427 sheep. By. MACErrzlE & BQWLOD, at their New Auction Mart, at 11 o'olook, horses, land, and a house and land1 also, r at 12 and 4, merchandise.
ELECTION FOR EASTERN DOWNS. Legislative Assembly's Offices, Brisbane, 23rd April, 1862. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 25 April 1862
ELECTION FOE EASTERN DOWNS. (Proe the SOeemenet Gazete.) Legialatire Asienebife Ofipa, Eibahae, ibritiril, 188. The onorable the Sp? keof the LI ateMeo w . bly directa it to be notifled for general 'normation that a Writ hath this day ioaned, and the followig arrange. ments have been made for'the Eleedtion or a Member to are in the present LegiSlatire Assembly of Qeenelasnd, for the Electoral District of·Eastern Deaowne, inthe room of the.Honorable Raelire Pring, Esquire? whose neat in the said Assembly hath bdaome vamot by eason of the reeignation thereof by the aaid onorable atelifie Pring, Eoqoire .. . l,' .. FLacee Zo! o~tionat ...e . Wunc k.. " Dere oWoit ...... ne. t ..$?. i r?p?,62." Date y?.e.'in ..? .....no tdleei . n Ptg .:?lr :*awy..
Thursday, April 24. Before the Police-Magistrate. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 25 April 1862
Thuisday~ 4p'4 £4. Beore the PolUct),aitret& .JamesI~eyw~n~ qa89 i#ds~iu~~WbtP ~ Mb5bintbe, cele,(eedeu1-nkaem. Ann Oermian a. Edmuad. 9waa.-4fluoaties of thM penae. Plaintiff deposed she was i iodily far of do. fendant, through his being constatly diunk. Boond over to keep the peace towards plaintiff and all her Ma jesty's subjects for the space 'of six calendar months, in two ureties of £40 each, and himself in £20. F. B. Bysa. Henry Lery.--This was a anmuons case for the illegal detention of a turkey. The plaintiff deposed that on thelast Sunday in March he missed a hen turkeyhis property; on Wednesday the 16th April, he saw it in Mr. Levy'as yard; he vent and demanded it; defendant refused to deliver it cp, aying he bought it; plaintiff wo sure the turkey was hies; tihe value of it is as. By Mr. Collins: He saw Lery about the turkey: . said his wife bought it from a boy who was in itlhe shop. Sarah Clarke, plaintits servant, depoed: The turke~y lost was bliond of one eye...
IPSWICH POLICE COURT. Tuesday, April 22. Before the Police Magistrate and J. E, Lester, J.P. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 25 April 1862
P12WIOH POLICE COJAT. Tuesday, April 22. Before the PolirceMagistrate and J.E, LeBter, J.P. Thomas Maloney . John Hardie.-Dlegal detention of a bay mare. Plaintiff proved having loet the mare, and ubsequently finding it in the poseesion ef Mr. I Hardie, who refiled to deliver it up. Verdict for plaintiff; delivery to'be made in saen days. , John Lock a. Mrm. Palmer.L-A case bf obsoene languae, which was dismissed, because the labgoage eomplioed of was not used in a'public thoroughfare. Catherine Bradberry e. Patriok Oaflwy.-Illegl de tention of property,-Poetponed till the 29th. John Murphy was fined 65s.mnd Is; B6cost, forallor ing hoestel to stray. ' a . Mackenie, chared with a breach of the Townr Police Act, in selling horse in.the $,eet, pleaded goit~g. Di?meised,'being firet cifeo, , .' , Sharles L.D. Fattorii EunKo Fantori, a 'ita . 0. Mackenzie, were charged .with a'hbAeh of tie hAne tioneers. Licensing Act, in aelling'without''a icennse Postponed to Friday (thiuday), ;
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 25 April 1862
SALES BY AUCTION. GENERAL MERCHANDIZE, FUBNmTVRZ OLOTHING, &a. H . M. COCKBURN has received instructions to Sell by Public Auction, at his Rooms, Nicholas-street, STHIS DAY, the 25th Instant, at 11 o'clock precisely, 60 bags flour 20 bags salt 12 casks Tborley'sfood 9 cases curry powder 2 cases herrings, in tins 2 cases mushroom ketchup 1 case nutmegs 10 half-chests tea , 1e case corrants Slwt heese S ,double iron bedstead 3 cedar cheffonier I do. soFa S paliasas .2 caSees pipes,. togethpr with a vriety of other goods, including n matinec6, padis clocks, bridles, coats, vests, bats, bots, ornaments. to, &o. 1Atso, I set-lareo ALES AND WEIGHTS. S Terms, Cash. 229 MAIZEI MAIZE II H M. COCKBURN has received instructions I to Sell by Public Auction, at his Booms, Nicholsastreet, THIS DAY, the 25th Instant, at ir o'clock precisely 27 BAGS OD MAIZE, fit for Race-Horses. No reserve.Terms, Cash. 230 CO WS AND CALVES AND STEEBRS. H ' : 00OCKBURN has received instructions .to ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 25 April 1862
it t Uweetnlasti it0. TERMS: SusscRrPTioi.-The amount of subcerption to'the queenuland Time, is Seken Shillings, and BSipenee per quarter, 'if paid in advance, oi Eight 8hillinga nid Six. pence credit. The quarters terminate on the 80th Sep tember, 81ste December, Slet March, and 80th June, at * "which periods "lyu can subs.ribes decline, by?jiing notice, and payig thie emnott due to the end of the current quarter. Single eopies, Sixpanoe. ADVERBTBEsErTs are inserted coeerding to tihe .el owing scale: a. d. Twolines...................................... 1 0 Four lines,................. ................. 0 : Six lines .... ..... ....... .......... 2 6 Eight .inea, ornder oneinch ...... 2 0 Every additional eight lines, or inch 1 0 The following?,Diasoont is allowed on all advertie-. Taentt eontinmed- For ?6?ertions .............. 10 per eeat. 13 ,, . .............. , 156 „, ......*. ..... 2 ,, All adaertisements rust apecify on fh face of them tlhe numboer offes they are to be indeit...
GAVAZZ[?]. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 25 April 1862
G~A.vCu.-A Protestant Clergyman in Dublin. has received a letter from this Italian 'pervert, dated Pittola, December 27, 1861, in which he says:--" I have incurred the ire of the Priests, as to move them to accuse ee for attaoking the religion of the State-a crime contomplated by our Constitution. So that at present I stand accused to the Attorney General, and he has already served me with notice for a regular trial. I heard on Tuesday the. heads of my accusation, which are all of a religious character--viz., that I spoke against the Immaculate Conception, Auricular Codfe?dion, piaraching the Pope to have been only Bishop of Rome in the origin, the impossibility of a free State with the Canon Law; &0. My. trial'is now.under the judg-. ment of the tribunal, to see if there is any sufficient motive to proceed against me by public trial. If they think so, then I shall stand a prisoner in this. free Italy, to defend the liberty of conseience and worship which was granted to us b...
IPSWICH MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 25 April 1862
IP1WICOE MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. The usual weekly meeting of the Concil ras held on Wednesday last. Present--AldermenO'Malley (in the chair) Cribb, Clune, Stanley, Watkins,and Thorn. The minutes of the previous meeting and the over seer's report were read. DBLX]?E COitMONAOGE BYE-LW. A letter was read from the .Town-Clerk of Adelaide, in reply to a eommunication requesting a copy of their :,ye-lasw, U follows:? ': ys-law, folo ty Concil Ofice, Adelaide, U Mareh 27th, 1862. "~S,--The Mayor has desired me to reply to your letter of the 6th instant. "'lhepark lands surrounding the city are vested in the Coesrationa, being placed under the care, cntrolu, and management of the dity Council, by an Act of the local Parliament, with power to improve the same, &c., &e. "There are no regulations at present relating to the same, but licenses for depasturing cattle, &c., on the park lands are granted on the following terms :-W-inter months-horses and horned cattle, Il. per he...