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CLIPPINGS FROM PUNCH. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 29 April 1862
CLIPPJNGS TFOM PCj&R . Diminutiee Young Swell (on the best ternoi with him self)( "Oh!--a-l're. suddenly weeolleed I weas to htve the happinea of--a--taling you down eoaupPaw 11" 'Tol YungLady: "Oh, oertaiulyl Letjue aeo,ehall I take y$fs arm, or will you--a--tn mut P"' .[D~uii entire roung Swell wiehu himself bnekat:Trlnl Coil. "Ti ALlIGHOTY DO ,lL."-- O won8erit ha gons. The meleho0ly truth I, ithas been milled to death., Ru Etopta C?n,-.The Emperor of the Frenhlh h. been goneotdered a dubious oeid, but lin: the -am? wn;zih ¼v hve just had to pl with the Yankee 'h hCa proved hioself a tromp.. a i*tr: "Iwant you to make ie a oea with long skirts-like three,Hogarth paints in his--" cumfer:, *A-h! Mbahter poarth, Sir--yeah, Sir; a?? mo.er of ours, wirwe make'h all his eoshtooms, Sir I'" UNo mousve OBflcrloi.-The statue of Dr. Jenner 'has been' moved from Trafalgar-square to Kensington Gardens. Some journals oomplain of his being moved moved about. But surely the inventor of v...
PRODUCE CIRCULARS. [MORT AND CO.] [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 29 April 1862
PRODUCE CE&ROULARS. OS[or T sN co. ' WooL-Our male to-day was hardly so well attended as:'ual, and buyers vwee relud?tnt to operate, coonse quensdly very few parcels were quitted, thelots sodd-JB, 30 bales, fleece, at ISd; and 18 bales, New Zealand skin wool, it 15*d. Sheepskins.-Thi market exhibits a slight decline; aleut 1900 were disposed lf at from tid to 6td, for fair to good, and 8*d for ahosbtwoolled ekinis. ' Tallow.-Thirty.six casLs were all we had for sale, and they found purchasers at trom £82 to £88 15s. per ton. Hides.-We catalogued 690, but thefe was so little demand for them that we withdrew the whole until next sale'day. Exchange on London--Bank drafts 1 per cent. pre n?ium at 60 days' sight Private bills (i?h produoe hypothescated), if drawn' ageinst wool, tallow, or ggl4d, I par ceut. discount. 'Paecs CUeENT.. WooL. 6. d~ . d. Superiorclips .......................... 8 to 1 9 Fairtogood ..... ........;........... 1 5 to 7 Low tobmiddling ......................
IPSWICH POLICE COURT. Friday, April 25. Before the Police-Magistrate and L. E. Lester. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 29 April 1862
IPSWICH POLICE COURT. Friday, April 25. Before the PoliceMagitrate and L. 1E. Laster. Thornmas ngham was fined £2, and 4e.0d. coats, for using obscene language. - Noah Raper ws.charged by .Moses Walmsely with ilUea gally detaining one bullock dry, two bows, a look chain, a bullock chain, and two. pole pins. PlFintiff deposed' that on the 23rd instant he demanded possession of the sbore articles, and it weeas refused; they are his property, and he never parted with them; the value of th~'whole is between £18 and _19. By'Mr. Chubb: The dray was let with a farm to a man named King for tenycars, under awritten agreement (produced). . Dismissed. John Ciarke was fined s. for allowing hone to stray in the streeto. William Thoml?an wastned Es. for a like offence. Patrick Coitello iwasl ned se. for drunkenness. Arthur Pery Goosett e. Sophia Brett.-Tenements Aet;: Detainipg poie.sion of a house.. Thoeefendant Aidmot appear. Paiitiffdeposed that on tlip e.ZSth Feb. rnary latsbe let a honue to ...
VARIETIES. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 29 April 1862
VARITIETIES. A Novel TDoA.- The Mfonleur de& riAgricunllur publishes the following:-" In April last a gentle man made a novel experiment which produced ;ulte altogether unexpected. He planted four potatfls, in two of which he inserted a bean, and in each of the other two a pea. The peas and beans flourished' well, and givea good result, and the potatoes were large, not attacked by disease, nor at all discoloured in the stalks. They were also extremely productive, as the first had 58 tubers, the second 30, the third 29, and the fourth 25, The experiment will be repeated this year on a much larger seale." During an action in which the late Admiral Napier was engaged, when a young man, his vessel, the Recruit, did a French ship much damage; "It is relatedthat the French admiiral, on delivering up hise sword, asked the name of the little vessel that had annoyed and retarded his movements so much ; on being told she was called.the Conscript, or Recruit, he said, with a sad smile,...
[O. B. EBSWORTH.] [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 29 April 1862
to. a. euawoex.) Wool.-T.he telegram announcing the. anticipated reduotion of a penny per Ib. on Sydney wools in the February sales has cmused groat dullness in the wool pnsrket, and few tranesactions have taken plaoe, either by' anetion or privatly. Some few bates of greay wheol, 'touobhd-with gras seed, were boughtin at 8d. per lbbut atrward ao?ld at that Lprice. Broken aie and skinl woola are loer. - Bheepskins.--Late prices oannot be obtained. Tallow--This market has declined about Ad. to Is, per owt., aecording to quality. There is little freight offering, except at advanced rates, which ehippere are unwillg to give. The town trade have purebaned to pi ply, their immediate wants, but the eom~ming week will interfere with their trade. BHides have declined, or elne parties have not acoepted the prices offered, and the lots have been withdrawn. SEnglish advsces are lookted for with some sanlety, ua the telegram is adverae to all colonal produoe. Cirelar, 27th April.
Local and District News. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 29 April 1862
loctal ans Biutrict Nsbo. Te B?RIDGE OVeR TH?o eDERE .--To.mOnrw, Al derman Clune's motion, " That the Council take imme. dist steps to have the bridge between North and South Ipswichi commenced immediately," will come on for dis cussion. There arejusrt two difeculties in the way of the motion; the first is that the £3000 which was voted tdwards its construcilh is iiboffirthcomisig the Auditor General hbaring treadid. itas lapsed.vote, and it wil therefore require a vote of the Assembly to render it avail able. Tbhe second, that the Government have to appmve both of the plan of the bridge and the aite thereof, and that whatever resolution our civic authorities may come to, they may depend upon it that the Governmbet will not give their sanction to anything that is contrary to the ricommendations of their own engsneer. . LoT nr THE BUmS.--The boy Bntterfeld, whom we ofr.tioned in our last as lost in the bush, has been dis ejvened; no worse afor his wanderingo. It appears that he lo&a...
LONDON WOOL REPORT. FEBRUARY, 1862. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 29 April 1862
IONDON WOOL REPORT.• FsRUARYu, 1862. Our market may be quoted as insaetiver~ with but few inquiries, and those hebiefly for wool at last cale rates, which dealers are not disposed to sacept, sotwitbhtateding their wish to be quit of all old stock prior to the neit ales, whicob are announced to oommenee on the 28th of February. The arrivals to date are---Sydney, 8228 balesj Port Phillip, 7176 Van Diemen'a Land, 469 r Adelaide, 6210 New Zealand, sl; Cape, 20,048; total, 86,818 bale. Held over about 9000; preantt ttock, 46,819 bples. Judging from the dulnems whioh pervades nearly all the woollen districts, late rates can coarcely be looked for. Continental aecooote are equally nsatiafai~toryand, with a combination of indifferent trade throughout thebs country, a eoncessioh mustbe made to buyenrs, and we doubt not that importers will meet the market freelyst a deoline on the average of about ld. The.easy state of the money market will help prioes, as many may, should pries rule mey, be ...
ADELAIDE. Saturday, 8 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 29 April 1862
ADELAIDE. Saturday, 8 p.m. Accounts from the country distridts are enoounraging, is consequence of the late plenteous rains. There have been no sales in touorr wheat. The Government has called for tenders for the con seyace of the English mails between Melbourne and Adelaide, to commence with the June homeward mails. Tuesday, 7 p.m. Flour continues at from £10 lOs. to £1 10. Silk dressed is sold at £11. Wheat 4, Sd. to AS. 8d. per bushel in town. The Autumn Raoes commence to-morrow.
[?] COBB'S CIRCULAR, LONDON. 18TH FEBRUARY, 1862 [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 29 April 1862
COBB'S CIORCULAR, LONDON. 18Tr sakauar, 1862. - aof the 18th ult., four vessels have 4 the Marquis of Argyle from Bydaey, the ?d Transatiantic from Melbourne, and theSea ! ? 286 casks Ta~ow,17 bisGu Adelaide, bringing 18,2S9 Baited Oz and Cow , bales Leather, 286 casks Tallow, 17 bales Glne baleHair, 8,88 Horns, and 10 tons and 125 Tallow Market has been extremely depressed g the whole month, in oonsequence of the dull state e, and the quantity delivered under contract for oath, and prices have deolinod Is. per et., both s apot and for March deliveeb. 'he quotations being 46s. 8d.to 40o. Gd. on the spot and for March, 48s. Gd, for October to Deeember, for which periods re is a disposition to purchase. Thehome produetion in fair supply at 46s. per ewt.nett cash. The import Sall kinds of Foreign and Colonial Tallow last month as 2,551 casks, against 6,650 casks in the same month bst year, and 4,217 casks in. February, 1860. The deliveries amounted to 7,910 easks, against 6,583 casks i...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 29 April 1862
SALES BY AUCTION. ON WEDNESDAY, 30th APRIL, 1862. HORSES ! HORSES f 76 BHEAD, MORE OR LESS. From the wel-known Stud of Messrs. Farrawell and Bowsell, of Port Macquarie. F"ATTORlKI & Co. have received instructions from Messrs. Farrawell and Rowsell to Sell by Public Auction, at the Corporation Sale-Yaerds, Ipswich, On WEDNESDAY, the 30thb day of April Instant, at 12 o'clock sharp, 76 Head, more or less, of Colts and Filles, all more or less broken-in end quiet. a- The superior quality of the Horses are too well known in this district to need any comment. Terms, cash. No Reserve. 240 SATURDAY, rd: MAY, 1862. HORBEBS1 HORSES !! 310 Heads more orjess,nf COLTS and FILLIES, bokied in to quiet, and up to weight. - ATTORMNI & Co. have received iostructioons Sfrom William Robestson, Esq., of the Macleay River, to Sell by Public Auction, at the Corporation Sale.Yards,iTpswich, On SATURDAY NEXT, 3rd MAY, 80 ead, more or lms. 271 FRIDAY, 2nd MAY, 1862. W lha 10 Head of Pnre-bred...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 29 April 1862
TEtaB?l i Ssescnarrrox.-Ths amount of anbeription to the Queerenlond Times isB Seven Bhillin and Siapence per quarter, if paid in advance, or .ig. Shillings and Si pence credit. ,The e q ate?rsirJnio te en the 80th ep tember, 81at December, 8lt. M arh, 'and 80th June, at whioh periods onry can salborib dteclile, by giving notice, and paying the amount due to the end of the -urrent qlusrter., . Single eopins,.Sixpenoe. AdnvE TsnEla se arm inserted according to the to!. lowing ecale- s. if. Two liSe.s ............................. 1 0 Four line................................. 9 0 Six rlines ............................. 2 4 Eight? incis, or de~onoe inch ...... 8 0 Every additional eight lines, or ineb 1 0 The fonlw inont is allowed on all advertise. Fdr P insertions ............. 10 per eent. $ ...........15 ,, All atdvetiaeoe must -aspecify on the fae of them the number of times they are to be inserted, or they ill be eontinuedtill ountennrmanded ana eharged aedg. Ordera £oi .withdr...
IMPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 29 April 1862
IMPORTS; Telegraph: 8 caes, J. V. BSydney ; 2 baudls hoop iron, 6 plough wings, 6 oart boxes, 12 cases oil,8 pck ages, R. Akld; 2 crates earthenware, C. D4vi.; 9poak ages ironmongery, 8 kegs paint, 8 nests tubs,'S qurter easks vinegar, 1 coase biscuits, 1 boiler, 52 paekages ea, .220 bags four, Cribb and Foote; ?0 hbag flour,8 bags salt, 8 chests tem, 1 cask oatmeal, 2 bagp r, 16 pack age,W. Gray and Co..; 40 bags flour, 25 packages, G. H. Wilson ; 2 kegs nails, O. H. Green ; 0 ba~a iron, T. H. Jones; 18 bags flour, 18 bags suar, e4 chtests te, 2 boxes soap, 1 half-tierce tobacco, 10 bag salt, 1 ter paulin, Taylor ad M'Leaiy; 1 caal barley, M. and H. Levy a 2 packages, C. Gorry; 1 bale, Petelson and Co.: 4 cases oil, 6 packagee; E. W. Robinson; 14 keginails, - 2 kegs red lead, 4 bales camp ovens, 150 bags flour, 7 paoaee J. Pettigrew ; 2 trunks boots, 60 bagapotatoee, . Johston; 8 ases wine, J. M'Oonnell; 8 packages, J. Bally; bags flour, I hone; 1 case drapery, H. V. Hassell andCo....
Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 29 April 1862
ghl)tpiug Stit(tigHlttc . AERBIVALS. April 6.--Telegraph, steamer, 700 tone, Captain SReilly, from Syd the 28rd instant. Psasengelr. Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Brown, Mss Brown, Dr. and Mrs Boyd, Misses Boyd (2) and 4 ohildren, and ervant, Mr.. and Mrs. Bobinson, Mr. F. E. Roberta and ohild, Mis ,'Avoy, Miss Worcester, Miis Carmichael, Mims Femis tr, Miss Deighton, Messrs. Andrew Lenchan, J. A. Ma ot;i(ey, B. Bowlad, Pownall, L. Sharwood, Oir, Rar, Iunee, G. Watsbn, Cowley, Master Manning, and 45. in the steerage. April 25.-Clarence, steamer, 800 tons, Capt. Cottier, from the Northern Ports. Passengelr-Mesira. Wesley, Tonea, Spike, Watson (2), Barker, Lieutenant Baker (Native Polire), John Kent (P.M.), Byerley, W. South erden, M'Kelligett, Lieutenant Heath, Colonel O'Oon. niell,. Mesars. oggs, Massle (O.P.L.), West, Mrs. Abcott, M.is Thc"- er, and 80 in the teerageo.
A VOICE FROM THE SOUTH. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 29 April 1862
A VolicaBos nM 0Srrn. --A geriteman resident in the Southebontates, who his joined the Confede rate army, aeidstahle brother in England a letter, jn wbich 1 e se it wdsiniposeible for 'him"t kei.p out of the Wit jloag i:--"To bhear nobaodnts of tie putrages' eommwitd b tlteTortlheft 'troops, tnd the threats of the A'biiodlats to nsubdis the biouth; was too muon to .e borPe; so I joined acomptiytwhioh' was ordered forVirgnili, for.if I Bfight .at all wish' 1o be with the main arnyq where I ean.se somethin . worth talking aboutin, after years. Thee eompnuan. Ijoibhed wasraised in .Houston, and is composed tosaly of lawyers, Dctors, 'merchants, . lerks, o.,, ?epreting, in fact, the highest tine of soeiety in. at city: indeed, this is the.case throughout the army. You nmay.seee mrehanti and plnmters, who o' know howi rno he are'worth &i n lIda , & .o, oin the duties of prirates~, and eager to be led ast the invaders of theitoounrS;,'abd the utmost .fidenoey" eai| of thei...
(From the S. M. Herald's Correspondents.) LACHLAN. Saturday morning, April 19th. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 29 April 1862
(From the 8. M. Eerald's (orrespondenus.) LACKLAN. " Saturday morndng, April 19th. retna? mio e ofotlorid gerare till arnilg .here. The Caledonian lead inproves daily, two other ahafls having struck gold; many are of opinion that this lead is a continuation of the Victorian. Our next escort will be large, I fully expect 12,000 on?ces, As an icstancea of the richness of some of the claims, I have jusnt seen the results of a paddock of wash, about four hundred load, belonging to the Welcome, a block claim which produoed over 1800 ounces. The claims are not near worked out at the present time, and in consequence ofthe holidays and racea there will be but little work donmeeit week. Weather cool and threatening. Rein mnoh wanted.
THE AMERICAN AND VICTORIAN LAND LAND LAW COMPARED. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 29 April 1862
iT~i~R1OaN AND VIOTORIAN LAND LAND LA* JOMPARED. (From the Mllrcn )e Aro) XThe formerly Uited Stmatesof America hafebeen constantly held' tip' t6? us as modele in respest to their systemi of dealing wlth the waste landseof the country. The Ametioa?uUoionn was the poor man's paradise. There he ejojed uthe rightof tree ieleo sion before survey, and lhad only to travel a few hundred miles inland in order to be able'to forind a little Utopia of his; own. 'For 6'd6?lt'anSia qiarteo an acrei hWoould·ptir b ea a:tibt'of tfotist landi: and edmmence o iwink bhld b "thtotgladifloultiee; with nothing to: ferlr'ibt-sgue . 0low feers or the exhaustion of his means before he had leareda plot 'of ground anfsaaignfly large for a -kithenigarden. There was something o.daxaling toilie imagination of the immigrant in thei chlieapness of the land ipon which he squatted, thait he entirely oderlosked the value of the labour expended upona'tfor the purpose of reclaiming tit :from the wilderneee. Supposing ...
ODD NAMES. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 29 April 1862
ODD Na?E.s.-Some things come by odd names, The most uncommon quaiity in mat is called" com-.. moon nense ;" a paper half a mile long is a "briet," snd amelsncholy dity, devoid of sense or meaning isa" glee." DOusBLINO-UP A JUDIe.-Ottiwell Wood, a witness' in a case at the assizes, on being sworn, was aked his name, and gave it. The judge puzzled with th? unueual Phristian name, wioh Xprobally he had only imperfectly heard, requested "tbe witness to repeat it, whiob was done with no better eucoess; .and the .judge somewhat testily said:," Have the goodnessto spell yourname, sir." To this request the witness responded se follows: "O double T, 1 double U, E.double L, double. U, double O,. D." Thisdoubling upon thejudge completely overcame hislordship. aed he. gave, up all eorte to spell the names l hee* despair.