Elephind.com contains 516,856 items from Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser
, samples of which are listed below. All items
from this newspaper title are freely available and can be searched from the search box above. You may also search the entire
collection of 3,057 newspaper titles in Elephind.com
LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. TUESDAY, APRIL 29. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 2 May 1862
LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. TuasAo, Aram, 29. The SeEAxes took the chair a few minutes before 12 o'clock, and opened the proceedings with prayer. The following were the members present :-The Colonial Secretary, the Colonial Treasurer, the Minister for Lands and Works, Messrs. Moffatt, Lilley, Rafs, Forbes, Fleming, Royds, Watts, R. lribb, B. Cribb, T. S. Warry, snd P. O'Sullivan. Al ost preclsely at 12 o'clock, the Usber of the Black Rod entered and announced that it was his Excellency'e pleasure that the Assembly should attend him in the other chamber. Thereupon the inasmbere rose, and, headed by the hon. the Speaker, proceeded forthwith to the Legis lative Council Chamber. After a short absence, the members returned, and the Speaker adjourned the House until halt-past B 4'clock the same day.
DIARY. MEMORANDA FOR THE WEEK. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 2 May 1862
DIARY. . MEMOUnB1A 06O T7E WS5. MA. ie Sun I BlghWetr.oliBr '*"*_. _ I IaM. I Set. I Morn. [ Afi' dI PFrnarT ......... I. S8 | o 1 0 4 -0 8t SI AvTnibsT. ..... 6 80 | 8 28 0 6 I 11 O ( lPien ........ 6 10. | 6 I 18 184 5I o»nTAl ......... 1 I 811 8 8 1 Is 8 4 I TWm*DAnrt ..... I 1 ) It a 1 8 814t 7| Winsixti ...l I4 81I ~ n I 4I1 4 6 8 I Tmnnpse, ...... It 8 S I 5 t9 4"1M0 4 66 The diflbrenon in toim between high oter *t the Ba uit Briebone tel hour4 nilnutes, led Ipswlch l hobn S mninotee, #8hich dlfferone uitnbe added to the tinme ofhigh ratoroa thbe 3cr. Theeetaly winds on the e?ett of the Bay, and the frebheb in ei rier, otlden ele yarin tlon from nor tilte, bhut timee ar mte)ret scldentil, ain governed by no kionD lav. €()e autendlans. times. IPsWIC., FRIDAY, MAY 2, B62,,..
OPENING OF PARLIAMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 2 May 1862
OPENING OP PARLIAMENT. (Abridged frotmi the Oourier.) Parliament was opened on Tuesday by bhe Excel. leney the Governor in person. The hour of inon was, as usual, appointed for the cetemonial. The Legislative Council presanted quite a contrast to its usal somnolent snd dull appearance, owing to the number of falilonably dressed Indies who occupied the heck benches on the ministerial and s pposi. tion side of the House. The stranger's gallery wes crowded to an oucomfortkhls degree by the sterner sex, who showed in such numbers that threntrance to the chamber at that end ol the building was quite choked up, so that the "COmmons," who, summoned .by the Uaher of the Black Rid, were compelled, headed by that intrepid officer, to force their way through the serried ranks of eisitirs, at the expends of the exercise of a very undignified emo'unt of physical exertion. At about a queater to twelve those soldiers ofthe XIIth Regiment who are stationed here, t'igether with the Volunteers, assem...
Home and Foreign Extracts. MR. EDWIN JAMES AND HIS DOINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 6 May 1862
bll~nts anu Jtoretgn ;xtrtct0. (From the Home apers, to February 27.) MR. EDWIN JAMES AND HIS DOINGS. The Daily Nerws contains the following, founded on .an:aicle in the L?cr Magazine: : Mr.'dwin James was the son of one of the secondariep.of the city of London. He had never been to either University. Wild in his youth, he had originally tried the stage, but to him tragedy --pehich, like Mr. Keeley, he considered his forte was more a passion than a sucoess. Failing in this atteinpt, he was entered at the Inner Temple, and afterwards cealled to the bar in 1836. His suncess wes considerable, and about ten yearsago beb. tained a silk gown, and finally was elected for Marylebone is February, 1859. It cannot be said that he'occupied any position in society; bat, con. eidring his character, it is singular that he should have associated with men occupying the position of sonie of 'his ostensible friends. Nor, indeed, did it seem absolutely impossible thathe should become Solicitor-Generel....
SHIPMENT OF QUEENSLAND COTTON. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 6 May 1862
teruExr op QUEISL~5D COTTOcN.--The ahip ment for England of four bales of cotton from Queeisland fs an event In the hlstory ?:of cotton cultivation ip ?Ustralia,.wbich calls for. somenodrice. The steamer Telegraph, which arieivq from Bisbase on Tuesday:lsat; brouight down f?oTd Mrbi . Panton, of Ipswioh, four bales o8(Sea Islabild cotton, lhich are at.present in the stores If Wesase Oillbriat, Watt, and Co, to whom they avarbeen consigned for shipment. The bates aieaho?ut the nuinil ire of wool bales, but the cptton'is hot closely pressed, and their aggregate weight is only a little over eight hundredweight Thecottonis of veaygood quality, long and firm inthe staple, and thoroughly cleaned. Its value, we are informed. in the ordinary state ?if .the English a market would be about 15ld. per lb, hut in itspresent exceptionsl state, oonsequent oh the blockade of the Ainerlcai~dirts, the value iould probably beabout 2s. The present position-of the market in England ia extremely tevaoura...
Local and District News. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 6 May 1862
IEual anti Jiutrict YWfs. DAvWrNG BooOr ENTERTAIvMENT.s-W e by our advertising columns that a Mr. Hall promisesa to give the public of Ipswich a variety of musical and other anter tainments at the Church of England eschool-room this and to-morrow evening. TRc NORTc Ausrmaza JoaCa CnLv.-We have again to remind the members oft~ialub of the meeting which is to take this afternoon, Wr the paurpose of ap proving the new nltes, and liecting a President and Vice-President of the Club. RKooviL o' THE RtEV. Ma. MoGantYr.-We are informed that, it having become known to the members of the Catholic Church that the Rer. Mr. MeGinty was about to be removed from Ipswich, a meeting was held on Sunday, in the school.room adjoining the church, presided over by Mr. John Jobhnston (the mayor), to tabe into consideration the propriety of memorializing the Rer. Bishop Quinn to allow the Rev. gentleman to remain in the district. The meeting were generally of opinion that under present nireomstances, and c...
CIVIL LIST BILL. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 6 May 1862
CIVIL LIST BILL. Tihe COLONIAL-SECRETARY moved, pureuant to notice, for leave to bring in a billto amend the Oivil List annexed to Her Majesty's Order in Council of the 6th day of June, 1859. The bill having been introduced, was read a 5rsttime, ordered to be printed, and the second reading fixed for Friday, the 9th instant. ABSENCE OF MEMBERS BILL. The MINISTER of LANDS and WORKS, in mov ing the second reading of this bill, said that it was not his intention to go deeply into the consideration of the 26th section of the Constitution Act, but he would not be doing his duty did he not make one observation on the subject. TheSpeakerLhad fromthe.chirproa ounoo ed his opinion as to the ruling of the law with regard to the seats of the two members alleged to have been absent from a session, but while he (Mr. Macalister) was willing to admit that the Speaker was right in his reading as to the meaning of the word session, and while he admitted the authorities adduced to be correct so far a...
SUPREME COURT, IPSWICH. CRIMINAL SITTINGS. Before his Honor Judge Lutwyche. Monday, 5th May. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 6 May 1862
5UPREME COURT, IPSWICH. CBIMINAL SITTiNGS. Before is Honor Judge Lutwyeha Mondy, 5tb May. The criminal sittings of the Ipswich Supreme Comt commenced this morning. Hie Honor took his seat on the beneh at 10 o'clok, wheh the following members of the legal profession were present :-Barristers-The Attorney-eneral, Maesss. Jones and Blakeney; Attor neys-the Crown Solicitor, Mesers. Thompson, Ohubb, Collins, and Soott. SThe following jurymen are fined £8 each for non attendance :---Patricek rrll and John Campbell, Artlur Whfe. Sirliis gne R obaert Clerk, and KaMry 4a Satenaoaerepls-eo at thebm,Phesr'ed "that "hey did, on the StLh otJanue lint, at dBusals fe nlouaslyN st asd makeenaay ilth I oeckt-book, .1 esaet-hnlCe, e5 eombh, a qatitey of Ce - buhg, S astea . &a., s. the pmerty orasmues Bloonm;" and in e second ealunt Obe wr b? dryd with reeivlng the property, kawlng" It tosastol. ; Prnesm pleaded ot gutilty. The Attar aey.gaOp l proeented and r. stBlikeney defendei Sterllntldt...
PRODUCE CIRCULAR. [MORT AND CO.] [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 6 May 1862
PRODUOE CIBCULAR. [moBr AND co.) SWool.--At our sale to-day we offered 25 baes all of which, excepting few parcels, on which e leeshe limits were placed, found buyers at prices fully up to late quotstions. The principalt lots sold were JC in?otavo oblong, seoured, 19 bales at 22d ; 1 16 bales, greasy, lambs, at 10ld: WH, fleece, 10 bales.ats l?d; JPS, 25 bales at llfd; AAA, 57 bales at 19jd. Sheepskins.-Those ofered were mestly loferior, and short wooled; apwards of 8800were sold, at from 2id tosfd perlb. Tallow.-This mrket is mooh depressed; one lot of 04 casks very. good tallow, but in faulty csks, was quittedat £88 per too; "ether lots sold it £31 to, £3 se, £38, and £9 ; one parcel of Olarence River tallow, brandedMD, was brought in at £88 10s. Hides.--Upwards of 1800 hides weresold at fullrates well cuared parcels fetching from 12 3d to 1ds 9d each. PRICES CUoENT, WooL. . d. s.d. epefiorirllps .......................... 1 8 to1 9. -artogoe . .................... ~Lowto niddling...
The Queensland Parliament. LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. THURSDAY, MAY 1. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 6 May 1862
@fbe dueuunlanb Varliamntet. --4-- (FrFoa the Quatdian) LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. TauassoY, Ms 1. The house met at ten minutes past three o'clock, and prayers were read by the President. PAPERS. The ATTQORNEY-ENERAL laid upon the table tie undermentioned paieie : Regulations relating to the removaler pine timber- dated 25th January, 1862. RIlesieios of etiitte gerntiog land orders to persons riolg in ~sueenland mia other colonies-dated 7th .&pril, 1862. Reolations in refere~ce to land orders taken in pay. oent. for country lands only-dated 20th April, 1862. B*egulations relating tothetrasnsfer of land orders .datedthNoyember, 1861. Despatch from the.Secretary of State for the Colonies t·o the Governor of Queenelnd, respecting the polsition of the President of tbe LegislaEtiveAse~rbly--dated 10th Joune, 1860. Orderedto be printed. Despatch respecting the settlement of outstanding aeoousrs between Queenaland and New South Wales Aatedtlfth December, 1861. Ordered to be printed. SDes...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 6 May 1862
THE WAR IN NEW ZEALAND. A LECTURE on the abovb eaubJect will be deli _J1 vered on THURSDAY,'MAY 8, by GUSTAV DROEGE, Esq., at the SCHOOL OF ARTS, Ips wich. Srirases:-The treaty of Waltaugi, Adminis. tration of Justice i. the native distritts, The King movement, Unfair anxiety of the Colonial Govern ment to obtain the landseof the Natives, Installation of Te Whera Whers or Potatuan I. His successor Matatuerbor PoatatauIL;.Cheatisement of. the Naze tiawas by.the Waikatoea, Wiremu Kingi, The New Zsealand Campaign, The murder of Rawiri, Death of Katatere, The land at the Waitara, The Chief Taire, Proclamation of Martial Law, Battles of Waireka, Totekauere, Maheteheri, and oluirangi. SDoors open at halfpast 7 o'clock p.m., and closed at 8 o'clock. Admission, le.; Tickets to be had at the principal Stores and at the Library. 224 PIPES: PIPESIt PzPEsiut F. M'LOUGHLAN'S (New York.House) TOBACOO, OIGAR, AND PIPE WAREHOUSE, Brisbane.street, Ipswich. 'TDUST received, a splendid assortment of F...
ABSTRACT OF SALES BY AUCTION. TO-MORROW. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 6 May 1862
ABSTRACT OF SALES BE AUOTIO$.; ' O1-Mbanow. - By Mr. E.M. OooKnuaN, -t the r-uidenoe of Mr. Q Otbam, Limtonea-street, at 11 o'Ilock, household furniture. B?y Mears.' J'TOBtIa & Co., at their room, E??s~t street, at 11 o'lock, several freehold properties. also, at 15 o'olook, at the Corpqation Sale-ard, 60 hesdponie,
MELBOURNE. Monday, April 28. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 6 May 1862
?MILBOURNE. M•onday, April 28. A tremetdous gale from the north swept over Melbourne early on Sunday morning. A serious fire has occurred at Ballarat, on the rnain road, lBoy's Hotel, and the Scandanavian Botel, were burnedto the ground. Two large stores and five buildings were destroyed to prevent the &ames epreedinog. One man wsee burned to death before succour could reach him. The government have shipped 2000 ounces of gold to meet the interest on debentures.
PRUSSIA. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 6 May 1862
PRUSSIA. BeaLIN, FEa. lii --Te leu8sBisch Zeilung, ofto. Alay,srys that an identical Prussian. note was re mitted yesterday to Austria and the other German stltes-fthe Nurzburg Coalition. The following are -the principal passages of this note :--" Siboe Amatria; taking Into consideratioh the general interestof Germany, s wellas positii're rights, feels heabelf called upon to proiat agaist thb views of Prussia in reference to Grman raff , the Piusoiah Go¥erdmennt will jots, o eal' the tact that there do6 not appear to be afy well Ihuided motiue,' r an right, to sucdh a t t. T'he sap. *rhicli is rephred still mole a tikil byths sendg ofd.iden. tiql notes, has so little of hb ilsraciiter of an eihansge of opinions,.ibatthe Prassian Government canneot entet into a dischauion o?be views.expressed in tae Austrian note in opposition to thbe enter tlped by Prussis. The s.Prpssian Goverinem t tields precedence to no Confederate in the consctois Tifluiment of Fede~aldatie~.i6ithb i~p)iieentti...
DIARY. MEMORANDA FOR THE WEEK. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 6 May 1862
DIARY. IxoA DDA i0n. ec WKEE. I | Sun I lilghWatr.onfle -r. Rise.. j set.. I Morn. m}Atr I4 TezeeAr.~..., I 4 Il'l 9 22 I 01 5,I 24 "I T@w ns1' .. 0 2 0 9 o 4 so I 4 9 o .9 I zr'zvv ....... ? as I so 1 2r I 95 9 to I..sa.n, ...... a? as Is to I a so t, a48 'I ( eptAT ........ "I 4, I ' 19 . 4991. ' 5o l2 l 2rowns ...... I a+ I 291 1 9 I 8 1 5 llIUneAW,..,l-··~ d.6.4 6 a19 1~ 919 I1 944 The dti?"Dln 1 Ol'e .b?"tween high Water at the lar and Brblhune~ellart-h lltmlnuel. ald !1nleh 5 houre 21 mtnute., -hieh dlffmebmtult beaddad to the time ofhigh wateron the Oar. :1.i The utelly wlidson thecnamt of the ly. 9d4th. frahesm n heerler ,onfen oaule Ii ltlon aRn our taiblebut, theme 0 merelyeocldent, ind fgoyemed bhyno known 1w.0 .IPIje lUtneDlatYb tm1sn . IPBWIOE, TUESDAY, MAY 4, 1862.
FRIDAY, MAY 3. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 6 May 1862
jboDAT, IAY 3. The BPAXB todkthe t ilr,' .and, k pA pre,. at o minutes.put lo o'otook .m. PLEUPRO.PIEUMONIA ACT. Mr. FOBBEBES asil th6 Oloedal 8eoetary, pursant to notie, If It w the lnttoti ofth Gtoottoo;P et to e~eutheopemton ofthe P I~Pod~ amonla .A~t Of OO.,A, EIbITARY roeplied that the Government had no intention whateve rof a?Ipeedig the operation of the Mol: q9dstion, inasmuloh a It ppea? dto~ tisetifodon in the ditir*ia tO Yfrhh It we penUlatly ,ppliable. THE TREASURBY. r. FoOIBES, pursuant to notice, anked the Dolonal Tresatne, t there had been any defaleotion in hi departflet If so, by whom, and of what obamoesr, and what the tpe the overnmenut have takenm in the matter. .The COLONIAL TREASUREB .repled i,'nthe afrmative, but tated that, in o taeqenne of the llbes of the lte Under eretr7 in the department,. it had been found put y Itmposble to aeertain the result, although steps were being faken for the purpoe. DIVORCE BIlL AED BItZ, TO O ANTSE MILITXA FORICE. Mr. LIZLLEY e...
AMERICA. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 6 May 1862
AMERICA. The long expected and often promisid.madvance of the great '?army of the Potornao"nnder tesieral MClellan has not yet taken place, and it' isi'ip. said that it will not take plnce before April or.'4y; but the Federals 'have, during the past monthW pushed forward with such vigour their operations it Kentucky and Tennessee, that we are at length able to record e.lecided:and important pmrogress in the conduct of the campaign. The object of' the Federals has been not only to secure tboase 8tates to the Union, but to adopt sueach an aggresslve lie of action as will compel the Confederates to detach troops from the main body of 'their -rihy 'at Manassas for the protection of their Westerutfron tier; and in this way to facilitate M'C!ellan's advance. Two victdrietswithin the last few iieks have especially, contributed to inspire the North. erners wath fMsh ardour. The former. of these victories was gained at Somerset, in Kentucky. The Federal army advancing southward rested upon t...