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IPSWICH MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 2 May 1862
IPSWICH MUNICIPAL COUlNCIL. Te minolt of preoa mseeting and the Orerseer's report Ablenteruas rnd fomtwo mesi tan n he Cop ato emlomu, tahen of it. The increase they deolonduwso Is. per day. wges and if he wee astiaded he waoto graut their request on The following report was passed; William Story, heeping o0mm clean ..................... 0 10 P. Coon ....lahe ................ .. 10 00 Wagenandeortoge . ... . -....... 10. 3 8 5 DotlardE E~o .IO... . ,...... . 171 1 1 hunaertoarneuqor from the Mayor vwo. sfo The dnerorr sibbmd theatol moet uot theteer shaen wec for £1b0uth Coprti auppling meatl. wokAmd Aldermn rbh sadd thi reasonfr moin the poase ooment o ite ofthe tewndlers lasteikravi ed whehrteould noe dasto sdo oth woheanthemoelv ten.?dy oiewd av ob ie fa Te aetonght the tede sent in in fouhiwrk waere aw ays tmigh Thawooda lese do t Govrernmentoho Alermatn rh more that nonde o e enesienetb aretdL ottn h paaintn anthe otthmsonto, -unwde th uptitnc of th Toa-Sor Crryor. Tzhe Mayor t...
ABSTRACT OF SALES BY AUCTION. THIS DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 2 May 1862
*ABSTRACT OF SALES BY AUCTION. Teas Div. By Mr. H. M. C0ooBauR, at his toom;, at O1 o'Clock, general merchandise, and a quantity of boot. and shoes. By Messrs. or~oawzr & Co., at the Cororation Sale. yards, at 12 o'clock, 150 head fat eatlie, end t0 Dur ham bulls. To.Moaaow. By Messrs.?F?tonrr '&Co., at the Corporatien Usa * yards, at 11 o'clDok,S$ O A pohnt al Q1eg. GBy Micxmoa & Boweaan,- S4the2 New Auction Mert, at 12 and g daeluc .oatem hay, hore, sad llaedd good. Ma, M S '' • Mon> AT, RMA 5. .yMessr, FAanrorsa Oo., at the aorporatlonwals. S*yads,S60 head horses,
Local and District News. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 2 May 1862
torn! nubl D~itrict Kattn. TuEQuEEwSeNo INSUEANtECsOtMf".-We under stand that a reqoisition is now in course of signature, calling upon the.Mayor to convene a public meeting for the purpose of receiving adeputation from Brisbane, who have been appointed to come up to Ipswich, for the pur pose of explaining the principles of the Queensland In surance Company, and securing the co-operation of the people ofothis town. Such a company haalong been a desideratum in this colony, and, if conducted with care and judgsnot,'will without doubt prove prfitable to the shareholdeas. . Tam ELEaro OR'e r EASTnaO Dowscs.-Wehave good authority for stating that Mr. Kennedy hao retired from the contest for the Eastom Downs. The feeling of the electors is so strongly in favour of Mr. M'Lcau that Mr. Kennedy esteemed discation the better part of. valour, and leaves his antagonist (we believe) undisputed possesor of the field. Tea Nrmown Panax S0mooL.-The feosdation stone of this building will be laidhby t...
Commercial. FATTORINI & Co., IPSWICH, QUEENSLAND. STOCK AND STATION CIRCULAR FOR THE MONTH OF APRIL, 1862. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 2 May 1862
Coznl rlTtiaf. FATTORINI & Co., IPSWICH, QUEENSLAND. Brcd ASD STATrno CiScU?r. tr?Oa ?a Mo?ra OF AtaiL, 1863. STarsoNs.-Since our lut circular this market ha been somewhat innotive ; enquiries, however, for large properties lightly stocked still continue. We have no sales to report, though there am aerteral capitalists, on the look-out for Aret-.claass pastoral properties. CATTLE SATsloNo.-This market still continues dull; eo sales to report, nor have we heard of any. 6Sner.-There has been a fair and steady demand for young breeding sheep, and the number in the market is hardly equal to the demand. We have had several enquiries from parties fromwVietoria, who are taking them over *o the other aide. We have to report the eale of 1500 maiden ewes from Maryrale, at 14.. cash ; and we have other sales in negopiation. We sold at auedion a mixed lot at Os. SId. Stro? SnanP.--Sinoe our Iat aircular this market hasbeen very active, and the demand,is far above the market supply at nr...
SYDNEY. Thursday, half-past 5 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 2 May 1862
SYDNEY. The Thursday, half-past 5 p.m. The Argue privilege case has been brought before Judge Chapman,in theSupreme Court et Mvlbourne. A writ of habeas corpus has been applied for ned granted, which is made returnable on Saturday. to secure a full hearing of the case. Mr. Dill, the publisher of the Argue, still remains incarcerated in the custody of the Sergeasnt-at-Arms. Mr. James Paterson, the manager of the A. S. N. Company,expired very suddenly yesterday meorninc, of disease of the heart. He had been suffering from the malady for enme time, and his friends were fully aware of his liability to be taken away fr3m them without warning. METROPOLITAN RACES. The races have been most successful, the weather beautiful, and the attendance large. The Trial Stakes won by Lunatic; Presto second. The second year of the first New South Wales Bi-Annual, won by Exeter; Kyogle second. The Australian Jockey Olub Handicap, won by Talleyrand; Ben Bolt second. First year of the second New South Wal...
PROPERTY CIRCULAR FOR THE MONTH OF MAY, 1862. FATTORINI & Co., EAST-STREET, IPSWICH. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 2 May 1862
PROPERTY OIU LAR FORI RE MON4IK.OF " -MAY, 1868-;'? ' 1 , ' Farno ar & Co., EHT.STOREE, I8wscf. Drtinhg te past montb there has been en unusual aetivity in this market, owing perhaps to the inenasing stream ot immigration into the colony. . We think that capitalists wishing to invest in real property cannot do better than select the present time. The unceating growth of wealth and population bids fair to uphold the value of this kind of investment. Our sales atauction havebeen --An allotment of land having a frointage to Burnettnstreet. and another on Darling.street, near the cutting at Little Ipswich, con taining i roods and 4 perches (being No. 87), to Mr. James Hookley, for £115; the adjoining allotment, con tamiing t acrea 2~% perches, being No, 88, was told to Mr. William M'Donald for £55. The allotment of land No. 14, of Section 8, adjoining the Horee and Jockey Hotel, containing 82 perobes, wee sold to Mr. Samuel Appleton for £tl0. A paddock coDtaining 120 acres on th...
LATEST INTELLIGENCE. Brisbane, Thursday, evening. PARLIAMENT OF QUEENSLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 2 May 1862
$LTEST INTELLIGENCE. ST ELEOTIC TELEGRAPH. UB~5 OWN CORRE5PONDENT.) Briabane, Thursday, evening. ,._.ENT OF QUEENSLAND. t~eCouncil adjourned to Wednesday SLATIVE ASSEMBLY. .I. eet.at the ueUel hour. ?t÷ *P.S gave notice of his intention to ,aiI Sretary if the Government intend [i~etiro-pnenmenia act, also as to the ich were reported to have taken place MrI:O#?~TT moved for a returo of all the ,is.- p1 neumonia which had occurred since n he act. Imuch laughter.) Mr. MA&CKNZIE moved for leave to introduces qill fo .t'e.;better management of the ports and wrbomurofeueenaland, and for the better regula jon oqhl~ag, and to constitute a board, to be dhled ~i-brine Bbard of Queensland. Leave n4tsId ithe bill was brought in and read a irst ~ma. udrsa.a'i' " Mr. MACALISTER moved for leave to introduce 4 I all t?.nake further provision for the pastoial oc .4pstie of unoccUpied Orown lands. Leave granted, ?d o,?II was read a first, time. ?Mr. 1ALLY'S Bills to Amend the LawinCrimi Oases...
JUDGE'S TRAVELLING EXPENSES. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 2 May 1862
JUDGE'S TRAVELLING EXPENSES. Mr. JONES, pursuant to natice, asked the Colonial Seeretary-(l.) Whether it is the intention of the government to place on the Supplementary Eatimateo for the )ear 1862, s sum of £162 15o. lid., expended by his Honor the Judge in the year 1860, over and above the cums received by him from the Treaasry for travelling allowanos in the yar last mentioned ? (2.) Whether there is any objection on the part of the government to lay on the table of the house acopyof thecorrespoodence which has taken place, between the government and the Judge on that subject ; and a copy of a minute of pro. 'eedingof the Executive Council on the 2rd of March lent rejiecting theanme matterP The COLON[AL-SEORETARY, in reply, stated that the government would place the sum named on the aupplementary estimates. The government would also lay the papers referred to on the table of the house. PRINTING COMMITTEE. The MINISTER for LANDS and WORKS moved, pursuant to notice-That in complian...
LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. WEDNESDAY, APRIL 30. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 2 May 1862
LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. WcoXSDsZr, APEIL 80. The SPEAKER took the chair at twenty mloutes pt pRESETATION OF THE ADDRESS. The COLONIAL.SECRETARY moved that the Speaker, with the members pitsent, proceed to Goverit. ment House to preseot the address. The HouSe having met again at Half.past three, The SPEAKER reported that the address bad barn presented. and graously -eeved by his Exeellency. DREDGE FOR BRISBANE-RIVER. ": Mr. BLAKENEY asked the Ilinuter forLauds ana8 Works..whether the contract ntered into for adredgeh the Brisbane River, specified the period at which s i was to he ompleted;. i!4,,len did it epnipie | ? wso10.s l theasy .ansowhat p eltorted innheant o p np.dh ec,.io o the ,one, in reply, stated that the i?..od.pedfid in the" ot retersed.tp wee the ?)th. Qp'obe .lest. The npen " insested In the contract. in eaoe. of a~n-compb~eas .~i [£1000. All the instalments due to the cootraetor,'o to the present time, with the exception of the last one
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 2 May 1862
SALES BY AUCTION. GENERAL MEROHANDIZE, SADDLERY, &c., &c. H it COCKBtURN has received instructione *to Sell by Publia Auction, at his Boom., Nicholasetreet, THIS DAY, the 2nd Instant, at 11 o'clock precisely, 50 batg Sour 10 half-chests tea s boxes starch 6 dozen tins herrings 4.casks salmon *1 case codfish. 10 saddles and bridles 1 ?st spring car harness, ,aND. . WATER TRUCK. *Tersms, Cash. 200 TO STOREKEEPERS AND OTHERS. j A (OG IfbONbas received instructionse to Bell by bblin Auction, at his Rooms, TIYIS DAY,/he 2nd instant, at 11 o'cloek precisely. tt o~owlesag lots of Boots and Shoes, wiz.t 12 palreyo.p?.n's , elastic sice boots, 12 pairs girls' Morotdlihoes, 24 pairs white satin and kid shoes, 1 rars goloshes, 12 pairs ladies' Cash sirre book 12 pairs ladies Balmoral boots. 9 paites girh elastic-side Cashmere Roots, 11 pairs ladies' black satin shoes, 12 pairs ladies' lace boots, 12 pairs women's fancy Berlin slippers, &c., &c. Terms, Cash. 2 FA...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 2 May 1862
E) nT Erulanl tns Sesscaenaoz.-The amount of aubenription to the Quennaland Thme is Seven Shillingo and Sixpeooe per quarter, .if paid in, advance, or Eight Shillintegand Siae peuce creatit. The ouerteri.terminiate on the 30th Sep* tember, Slat Decemner, 8slt March, d .80thl June at which eioas oey can euheie deone, by ging •notic, and' ~ai, g th amount due tp the ex? of the current quarter. Stogie coupt., Sixpenoe. AoVzTrE aevu ertd accrding to the fol lowiog aoalei- .d Two lines..................1 0 Four lines....... ....... .2 0 Six llnes . . .. . ....2 6 Eighl.lines, or unaer one inch, ..... 80 Every additiontl eight lhne, or inch 1 0 The Dollow inniionnt allowed on all advertine. F For.6 inoections ........... 10 per cent. 13 ,, ............ 15 ,, 28 .. ,.............. 25 , All advcrie'oeentO mu aspocl on the face of thern be conti?nued tin _oeuternan~ded ad charged accordingly. Ordere for withdraiial oi alteration oannot be received later than Tekle, noon, on the day previoun ...
EXPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 2 May 1862
nsot: EXPORTS. tlDon won: 6 bales wool, 401 hides, 91 bogabeads tallow, Towns and Co.; 10 casks tallow, 118 hides, Stephens. Telegraph: 64 bales wool, I bundle skins, Wilson; 80 bales wool, Hassell5 28 bales wool, White; 1 ese cheese, 10 pnckags, Oribb and.Foote I 1 hatboa, Lloyd ; 1 psrcel, Porbes; I box, Bell; 196 bids., Smith; 90 bales wool, Panton and Co.; 8 packages fruit, 68buncbea bananas, Buleock.
Shipping Intelligence. DEPARTURES. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 2 May 1862
Ab~ipptngl Inttaltgtnce. DEPARTUIEB. April 29.-Telegraph (a), 700 tons, OCptain O'Relly, daney. Passengers-Mr. and Mrs. Kughes, M?s. Jones ecok, Mrs. E. M. Opsry, Captain Sadlihr Messrs. Cowper, P. tW. Plat, Lnehabn, . Lawson, and 15 in the steerage. . April29.-Clarence (a.), 800 tons, Captain Cottier, for the Northern Ports. Passenger--(]or IRoelhaip ton)-Mjsa Bryant, Mrs. ,obinson, MKease. Bysiey, Westley, Cockerell, M'KelUiet, Bobinson, J. Murphy, acrtiry. (For Maryborough)-Mr. Southerdes and hester Wat a.n" "8" Aprid 2t.--Don'Jua, schooner, I80 ton.5 Captain Arnold, ford'ydney .. .
LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. WEDNESDAY APRIL 30. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 2 May 1862
LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. W oneNsDay Axyrr 80. The PRESIDENT took the clair at a qoarter past three, and opened the proceedings with prayer. ADDRESS. The PRESIDENT reported that a deputationconist ing of himself and other honorable members, had waited on his Excellency the Governor with the address from that house, and read his Excellency's reply as follows: Ms. Paenxneze ass Hoe. GawTLEMns OaaTHE LEGs5ATAls Cocen at?- Sthank yeu n to he name af the Goesn for the aasarsows can rainedie? yonr addre-antf yourrontinued devotlon toherxhlay' peron end Government, and of your loyal sympathy in h tep asiction. e lse receeiee with gratifcation the asserance at yont stttlslt in all measnies tending to presete and conaelidate the QUESTION OF PRIVILEGE. The PRESIDENT said there was one other matter which he wished to bring before the notice of the house before proeeeding with the business on the paper. Honor able members would remember that lnst session a bill had been passed by beth houses for the...
SUPPLY. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 2 May 1862
SUPPLY. The COIDOIAL TREASURER moved, without previous notice, "ThRt so much of his Excellency's speech as was addressed to that house be taken into coneideration to-morrow" (Wednesday). The MINI-TEE for LANDS and WORKS seconded the motion, which was carried. ADJOURNMENT. On the motionoftheGO ,ONIALSECRETARY. the house adjoursne et hal-past four, until a quarter pat two on Wednesday.
AFTERNOON SITTING. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 2 May 1862
AFTERNOON SITTING. The PRESIDENT took the chair at 7 minutes past 3 o'clock, and opened the proceedings with prayer. LAW REFORM. The ATTORNEY-GENERAL presented a bill to amend the law of criminal jurisprudence, and moved that it be read a first time. The motion was carried without opposition. tICEREGAL SPEECH. The PRESIDENT stated that for greater acon racy he had procured a cepy of his Excellency's sieech, which he would now read to honorable mem hers. The speech was read accordingly. THE ADDRESS. Dr. HOBBS moved that a committee le ap. - pointed to prepare an address in answer to his Er. celleucy the Governor's speech, and that such com. snittee consist of the following members :-Messrs. Western Wood, Yaldwyn. Macdougall, Dr. Fuller ton, and the mover. Mr. WESTERN WOOD seconded the motion, and briefly re-echoed the sentiments expressed in bie Exellency's speech. Mr. YALDWYN differed from the hon. member who brought forward the motion, in so far as his remarks touched upon the pres...
LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 2 May 1862
LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. At about ten minutes to twelve the President took his place, and ordered the clerk to read the proclamation. This having been done, The HON. ATTORNEY.GENERAL,introduced by Messrs. Roberts azid d. Harris, produced his Excellency's commission appointing him (the Attor ney.Generali to a seat intthathouseand stated that, by virtue of that commission, he claimed to tabs his seat, end would be prepared to take the oaths when the President desired to administer them. - The PRESIDENT briefly congratulated the Hon. Attorney-General on his sppointment to that, the highest branch of the Legislature, and also congratulated the House upon the fact that their desire so' frequently expressed had at length been acceded to, and that a member of the Government bad a seat within the walls of that house, as representative of the Government there. Precisely at 12 o'clock, his Excellency entered the Council Chamber, and having taken his seat, desired the Usher of the Black Rod to sum...
AFTERNOON SITTING. The Speaker took the chair at half-past 3 o'clock. NEW MEMBERS. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 2 May 1862
APTERNOON SITTING. The Speaker took the chair at half-past 8 o'clock. NEW MEMBERS. The SPEAKER reported to the house the resig. nation of C. Fitzsimmone, Esq., for Port Cartis, St. Geooge Gore, Esq., for Warwick, and of A. Macalil ter, Esq., for Ipswich, severally, at various dates duringthe recess; and that writs had been issued to supply the vacancies, and been returned-the re sult of the elections alluded to being that Alfred Sandeman, had been returned for Port Curtis, J. Gore Jones, Esq, for Warwick, and A. Macalister, E?sq., for Ipswich. Mr. JONES, introduced by Mesere. Forbes and O'Sullivan, took the oaths and his seat for War wick. The MINISTER FOR LAND AND WORKS, introduced by Messre. Herbert and Mackenzie, took the oaths and his seat for Ipswich. . QUESTION OF PRIVILEGE. The SPEAKER then rose and said: Believing it to be my clear and unmistakeable duty to take care that no remissness on my part should be the means of causing any appearance of illegality in the proceedings ...