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THE COMMENCEMENT OF THE SESSION. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 6 May 1862
THE VOMMREIEMENT OF THE BEBSIION. WE have now.before us the epeech delivered by His EXCELLENoY Sir GEORGEK OWEBN, at thb~ opening of the Qoeensland Parliament, on Tuesday lhat. This speech is undoubtedly the best which His EXCELLENOT has delivered; and although it may be termed of cautiops chaester, is affords abundance of food ftr thought, and no small amount of gratification to those who feel a deep interest in the welfare of the colony. The reference to the irreparable loss sustained by Her MzamTa will meet with a response in the heart of every intelligent colonist. Although the inhabitants of this town have been some what remiss in giving expression to their feeling on this matter, we are fully assured that they possess no lack of sympathy, and the meeting of Thursday night will not be without its effect in testifying that fact. It is not a little gratifying to learn that, notwithsta;nding the discussion whlch has taken place in England on the subject of the colonies providing t...
LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. THURSDAY, MAY 1. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 6 May 1862
LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. Tmusony, Mar 1. ' S?PEaE took the chair at 20 minu pad S ?o'eloek,. DOCUMENTS. The COLON~IAL5ECRETARY laid on the table of the House the folloring doeumena and papers:--De ipatech relative to the defenees of the Australian Oolonies. Despatch as to the Acts passedl in the session of 186L Despatsch as to Mr. Justince Lutwyehe, with the opinion of the Law-otiters of the Crown in England on the action taken by his Honor on the trial of Queen v. Pegh, for libeL Deepsteb ahs to the outstanding accounts be tween New South Walesand Queeasland. On the motion of the COLONEAL.SEOCETARY, the paper_ were ordered to be printed. TRAVELLING EXtPENSES O THE JUDG)E. The COLQ/J IAL.TEEASURyEB laid onthe table certain documents reogired by Mr. J. G. Tones, as to expenses incurred by Mr. Justece Iutwycise. On the motion of Mr. WATTS, aaionded by Mr. B. CRIBB, these papersw~ereo to o be pdnted. 'The SPEAKER lfofogie the td that leeI b ad ~- i Lelvad a message from the CoeUaill wthke...
THE PRINCE OF WALES AT VIENNA. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 6 May 1862
- i 4T~ Vznu.--VnirwA, Sesrrinved bere the day ro ssite, and Was alie ofxe-.Cburg 4rand all t ess w~W~l-Pas fvd il visit of : p~id i .fifirJ eZ)7 nd waotit h at heIl h honrgaat'rDnkb. the ~3~e pe* Tua Pamos -o 'Was..-It-appear .that his Royal Highness the Prince of Wales has concluded the purchase of the Sandringham estate, nearLynn, Naorfolk, to which he made a flying visit of inspec tion before leaving England on his tour in the East. The estate, which has been purchased for shooting purposes, has up to the present time been held by Mr. Spencer Cowper, a relative by marriage of the noble Premier, and it is said to abound in game. The amount paid for the property is £200,000. The Prince, before finally coming to a decision on the subject, had also turned his attention to the Somer leyton estate, near Lowestoft, the property of Sir 8. Morton Pete, M.P., but it was considered less favourable for the required purpose, while the greater distance from town was, doubtless, a consideratio...
LATEST INTELLIGENCE. Sydney, Monday afternoon. METROPOLITAN RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 6 May 1862
LATEST INTELLIGENCE. BP ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH. [FROM OUB OWn COBERMONDEnT.) Sydney, Monday afternoon. METROPOLITAN RACES. The races concluded this afternoon. The attend. asnce was far more numerous than on the preceding days, and the sport excellent. The Randwiok plate was won by William Tell, Volunteer second. The Champagne Stakes--won by Jack. The Queen's Plate-won by Archer, Mose-Rose second. The Prince of Wales' Stake-won by Flying Doe, Peter Possum second. Forced Handicap-won by Grasshopper, Moss Rose second. This concluded the autumn races, which have been decidedly the best which hare taken place on the Randwick Course. The Australian Agricultural Company's coal miners are still on slrike. The Telegraph sails to-night (Monday),
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 6 May 1862
SALES oY AUCTION. SALE OFFIOUSEBOLD FURNITURE, In Limestone4treet, near the Wesleyan Chapel Hf M. COCKBURN has received instructions Sfrom Mrs. Cotlham (who is giving up busi noess), to Sell by Auction, on the above premises, TO.MORROW (WEDNESDAY), 7th Instant, at il o'clock precisely The whole of the HOUSEHOLD FURNITUBE, censisting of Tables Glass Chairs Single and double wooden Couches and iron bedsteads Crookery Toilet Sets Kitchen Utensils, &o. Terms, Cash. 302 FOE SALE, BY PUBLI0 AUOTION, A TEAM OF 8 BULLoCKs, WITH DRAY AND GEAR COMPLETE. i M.COCKBURN has received instructions , to Sell hby ~Pblic Auction, at his Booms, olas-ntreet, On SATURDAY, the 10th Instant, at 12 o'clock precisely, A Team of Eight Working Bullocks, with Bows, Yokes, Chains, and Dray complete. Terms, Cash. 303 FURNITUBE AND STOCK IN-TRADE. In the Insolvent Estate of John Balsillie. By order of the Offioial Assignee. M. COCKBURN has received instructions - . from the Official Assignee to Sell by Pub...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 6 May 1862
9rt~ tnnn~ilanb tim meg. tE.. XM n, 5,.-.?•?::?' m , TEYoM8:. e sc;a',i;.cR The amonu~t T ubption to .the u~eiittd nais iSa eten ShaIn?b asd Snc eet pencecredit The dtee terminte o ' thesth Sep tember, S8ot Decenistri Blat Uar b,'so anOth 7ne, pt wrhich per~iod eslj eon sohoeribers decline, play givn .notice end patss the amount sie to th enad the current quarter. Single eojIea "Sixpesce. ADvEn TIrcisaf are intere aCoerding to the tol. Lowing dle.:- J 5ro licee..·. . ...···- ····- . 1 0 for 1line,.................-*.... ...... o "'gh,?'liner, ..i".er o.ne .inc..'. 0' ersadditionaleightlnee,'ot mach 1 0 The follo n bloo~nt ie kalowed oh ill aierti. ,nent clntinued For Siasetio? .....: . pc... 10 per cmt. 18 3 , ............ 1 , ..... ....... ..:,....... .......,. ,, .. All advertisemoste inniet pedify on the flee of them the number of6nak they ardto be ioesetod, r theyril secontinuedtioenerfmandea tna 5 carged acecridiSy. Orders for wIthdrawal or' alteration amnotb e reoeived later t...
Commercial. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 6 May 1862
4ommerial. Moersa. Fattorini and Oo. report the sale of 60 bead of Borses yesterday ast anaverage of P4 17?. 6d. The following prodnee has been received and for warded:--From the stores of Messrs. G. H. Wilson and Co.-I12 bales wool, Alderton; 18 ditto, Bendeemere; 40 ditto, MHM over M. From the stores of Messrs. W. Gray and Co.-- bales Wool, F, & F. Bigge; 67 hides, 7 bundles sheepskins, 5 hhdo. tallow, H & H. From the stores of Mr. H. V. Hassell--1 cask tallow, WRT.
Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVAL. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 6 May 1862
tbippnig I*tetilgtnrt. -4-- ,ARRIVAL. May '2.--Prinoe of Wales, steamer, 620 tons, Oaptain Bell, from Sydney 28thult. Passengers-Mr. and Miss Walter, Mrs. W. Gray and servnant Mr. and Mise Thompson, Meams. Wright, Bennett, Corbett, A. Cameron, Beeve, Burke, Smith, and 15 in the steerage. IMPORTS. Prince of Wales:-8 corn shellera, 4 mass il, 2 caseks tar, S boxes glass, 18 inould' boards, 4 packages, B. Aland; S bales paper,B. Belford;'S parcels,L.P. Bell; 1 case plate glass, Broughton and Co.; l Ie,1 parcel, 180 bags flour, 158 bags sugar, 2 oases saddlry, 2 pack. ages sundries, Cribb and Boote; 8 pcsgea sundIes, 1 case a?ddlcry, C Gorrys 87 sheets galvanised iron, 9 sheets ridge capping, 1 pankage drapery, S psskge& iron. mongery and sundries, W Gray andC.; 80 bals mainse, 20 balg bran, 200 bags flonr, W. Hendren and Co.; 2 packages 12th Regiment 1 'case cayenne, Warrj : 40 packages, TI.M. Reeve; 2 kegs butter, 27 bags flour, 1 trunk boots, 8 packages tea, 2case drapery, 1 ...
MARRIAGE OF THE PRINCESS ALICE [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 9 May 1862
M?;- o?sAu oFr rEn . INiacEss ALICE -The treaty is publishe.. There ae nine srticles. The follow ing are the most important-;-The Prince's income is o be 4?0,000 dorins, or about ,£3,500 per annium, and interest of the .]ortion of the Princess Alice, whtch ?l'?~30,000. Her Majesty secures ~6,O00 per annim to her datighter On her marriage. The Gtand Duke engages that, should she become Grand Duchesa. she is to receive the same allow ance as former Duchesses.
AMERICAN JOBBERY. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 9 May 1862
AMERICAN JOBBERY. (A rms the Adeertiser ) 'If the strength of a Republie be 1n the public aqd prifte itue ofits' citizens, the exposures just ihde by Mr. Dawbs~in the House ofRepresentitives at Washington, of.the .recent jobbing in State coiatracts for providing the supplies for.the use of the army, will not impress the minds.of the inhabi ants of the Old World~with.an overwhelming-ides. of the invincible potency of the Federal Government. We know how modestly it becomes us to speak of oficial jobbery.and speculation. Before venturing toethrow astone at the dwellingeof our neighbours, we have taken npte.of:the quantity of brittle glass there is in the' edifies in which we dwell. 'We are familiar with the revelations made toParliameot of the sale-of commishions'ln the British Army by bies of the Mistresses of the late Duke of York-we remember all about thestill later Melville impeach. ment-add it is not very long since we assisted in the prouhlgations of the' dsgraceful disclosures m...
WESTERN AUSTRALIA. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 9 May 1862
WEST'ERN AUSTRAiLIA.' Sinai the arrival of Dr. Hampton (the new Gover nor) he has bad inleicient to do to ,cquintlimselft with the necesaary parliculars as to how public bhisines in car?didon. nd thE generil wants of the colony.: Froni what has transpjred, we have every reason to .alieve that the' new region, will be characterised by great attentloito public works, and particularly mode and brdgqs .. . convicts, * The arrival of tb?e I~ntallp', 'withiKOcnvcs and the Intelligende of the early departure from S?goglud of the See Parn with ab) mnure, b~aa iof itedI a mo, hbpeful spirit into the settlers, and also 4pl3ces ?. erpmenn gt ease as regards a good suppif of labour for such workas? hasy be decided upon. -- In mining matters our intelligence is favourable, s ludesot great richness and value baving been bit upon in some of the workings.
SOUTH AUSTRALIA. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 9 May 1862
SOUTH AUSTRALIA. (Frees Me South Australian Register.) War.ILLnoo sorPP.-Tbe Tubal Cain has just sailed for Melboune with 950 tons of copper ore from the Wallareo~mines. REoAccsr or EXrmrm Amxas.a-At Mount-Burr, about twenty-five miles N. W. of Mount Gambler, is a pmall cave, too low to be entered except in an almost recnmbeutpostnre, in the roof of which may ebeeseen numerous semi-fossilised remains of what ear to be extinct afiimalaesib~ded-in a crust ofcystalisod primitive -imestnb.. Some of the crust has-lately been broken asayjhy Mr. Lang, of Mount Gambier,-and three pieces containing teeth *andpart of the jawof some large animal have been kindly sent to us by Mr. J. C. Lyon, S. M. Among them is a very large tooth, resembling a tusk. .cronTArror -or CA?txzs.-A Setter has just been received by Mr. Elder from Mr. Stuckey, dated Kurrachee, March 8, from which we understand that there.would be no difficulty in getting 100 camels sgitable for bush purposes in Australia, but that it ...
Home and Foreign Extracts. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 9 May 1862
3anwme at foreign Extract0. (From the Sonic Jbpere, to Febnuary 2?.) When her. Majesty was somewhat recovering from the overwhelming grief which the death of the Prince Consort excited in her bosom, she remarked to those around her-" It is impossible for ,de to sey how iloved and revered that man ;- if it had been my lot, I could have beenscontent to walk barefoot through the world wit hWmt!" A-MIAsezE-Last Sunday a mandate frost the Bishop of Tarbes wes read in all the churches of his diocese, declaring it to be true that a young girl, named Bernadette Soubirous, had seen the Virgin Mary in a grotto at Lourdes in 1858. He under takes to say from his episcopal chair that the xact number of tinies that the Virgin miraculoutljia peared in the grotto was twenty-eight, and thiat the wore yellow roses in her shoes I He therefore charges all the faithful in his diocese to believe in the miracle of Lourdes as a trpe and genuine mira cle, and nothing doubts that his judgment in thia matter ...
SANDALWOOD. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 9 May 1862
?,ANDALwooD. -fThe shipments of this artiloe: during the period under review were very teonsider ably in excess of the ,preceding year, but owing to the depressed state of Singapore and Chinamarkets the prices iatelyrealisedhave not been remuberative to the shipper, andthetrade has received a audden check. This is much to be regretted, as the whbl? cost of the production of the article arises from labour, and consequently its cessation, by tbrowing a large number of men out of employment, ha .aa serious effect upon all braun6hse of butieei.:.It i. however, to be hoped that ere long there Will he a' revival; andin contemplating such a probability the Cbamber would urge on all parties embarking in the trade the necessity for a more careful selec tion and preparing of the wood, as well as au absolute protection of. it from the weather, exper ience baying proved that wood carefully selected and housed commands a far readier and better sale than when indiscriminately collected and allowe...
SUPREME COURT, IPSWICH. TUESDAY MAY 6. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 9 May 1862
SUPREME COURT, IPOWICIH. TnDa MAYO 6. afoere bin Honor Judge Lutwyche and juries of twelve. D, Cameron, John Clement, and amuel Orabb were fined £1 for non-attendanee 5s jurorn. MURDER. Heary .Beeee was charged that, on the 15th February last, at Durundur, and with maline afore. thought, he felonioanly murdered one Jane Seebee. The Attorney.General proseented on behdsf of the Crown. The prisoner pleaded not guilty, and was defended by Mr. Jsons. The following jury was empannelled :-Owen Connor, Martin Callaghen, Isaac Chamt, Patrick Cleary, Peter Connell, William Copeland, John OCaenagh (foreman), Manride Colline, John Carter, John Oaffln, John Creed, Hugh Campbell. The mttorney-General, in openig the eaoe for the proceoution, seod that the conduct of the medloal man conceroed in the ceae was disgraceful, and in some mea cure prevented him from laying his cac before the jury as it ought to be done. But he believed he could bring the charge hometo theprisener without that medical ten...
NEW SOUTH WALES. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 9 May 1862
NEW SOUTH WALES. (kbdnithe Bane~y Morning Herald.) Two busoangdts known ss M'Gnineous and Pady d onnolly, were recently captured between Burrangong and the Lachlan, but subsequently efected' thir escape. The vinitages in the Hunter River district have been brought to a close, with most eatisfactoy re. sults. It lit expected that 1862 will furnish the beat wines that have as yet been produced in that quater. The Friendly Home Hotel, a small public-house at Mouga, has been burnt to the ground, and them is too much reseat to believe the premises were fired purposely by same scoundrel who had a spite against the owns,; a Mr. Ireland. A man insed James Lang is lying in'a dangerQus conditi?n at Yass, from the effects of a tomahawk wound inflicted in a fit ofjealaosy by a woman with whom he had bean cohabiting.. Anuentry was effected on the night of Thr-dsay lst into the premises of Mr. W. C. Roberts, of the Crown and'AAnchor, corner of George and Market streets? 'Three silver prize cups, ...
CLIPPINGS FROM PUNCH. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 9 May 1862
~OLI GING 1R0K JUN03. SPe'cALtoL. rEeAIxuD.-Dr. Govyn, aeoordig to the reports in the Windhrm nuisance, seems to have appeared ln Court for the solo purpose of laughing at Mr. Chem hers. The Doctor was removed. This was unfair. In Uil important cases somebody should attend to represent the feeling of the public. LeAot FRoM WianRNGTOr.-By our Olairvoyant Correspondenut-Netiee of Motion, April 4he Fdrst.-In the House of Representatives Mr. Lovejaw, otherwise Lovejoy, the honourable representative of Rowdydom, to move:-That Great Britain be blotted out of the map of Europe, and that the respected Editor of the NYe YeorkHerald be forthwith commissioned to supply the into. Groodpapa: " I'm afraid, Johnny, we ahall not be able to get to the Bazaar to.day, while it -rains thus." .Johnyp: ".Never mind, I'll tell you what; rlttosesyou and Grandma ' odd man' with my Half.Orown r" A LawocIc'P1OCEnurO.---Gentlemen of the long robe, Punch will put s case. Bupposing it be questioned (by an intere...
Wednesday, May 7. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 9 May 1862
Wednesday, May 7. The jury empenelied in Beehoe'sease were then brought into court, end being asked if they had agreed on their verdiet, replied that they had not, and there was no pro bability of their being able to do so. The Attorney-onceral accepted their discharge, and said he would have Beebee remanded till next session. An application for hail-on the ground that, from the evidence given on the previous day, the offence could only be snonslaughter-was refused, aa the Attorney General said he could sustain a charge of murder. The Attorney-General declined to file a bill against Meyeoe, charged with false pretencee. 'UoL&WTULLX RcEtIVIaO. Peter .GeOre was chirggd with unlawfnlly receiving, on the8th March last, at lowwoomba, certain orders stolen from one David Whitey, well knowing the same to be stole. The prisoner thenpleadednot guilty,aod weedefended by Mr. Jones. The Attorrpy-General opened the case, and called David Whithy, who stated be remembered the 5th ?orch; he...
QUEENSLAND INSURANCE COMPANY. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 9 May 1862
QVEEKILAND IntUsANCE COMPAOPMY. - h n violonal Committee held, on Monday and Tueeday last, v-ery impoflacot meetiogo, at which a largo amount of hnai:eao woo disoposd of. We find thit stoae have bean allotted to the amount of about £70,000, and that front the large number of toanafldc applioutiona for the Edo bane district, it has been found absolutely neceemary far the capital of the company to beeincsoeed. We are glad to leatn that the committee have added the £20,000 to the capital stock of the company as mmed in" opr adeer tiolag coommas, and we feel soured the increased napitul san be ao employed as to materially inemesan the revenae of the company. We find also thatall application, for shares below sixty have been granted in full, bot the larger opplicutiona have neceassrijybeen intoned. This is as it ought to be, and iwill add to the onfdence al ready indoced by the enaergelio busineau chasacter of the eperations of the Provsional Committeb. Thequa.ifioa tion for a director o...
DREADFUL COLLIERY ACCIDENT IN FLINTSHIRE. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 9 May 1862
DatEDFUri CoLLIEnr.f AcCCDENT Itt FLINeeTvnEa. On Tuesday morning, the motor in Ike disoaed Hendre miene, ener Mald, Flineohire, broke into the adjoining Bryn~weng lead mines, and drowned sixteen miners, only one at tke whale number in eke pit making hsis escape. The min are near tke higb road connecting Mold and Denbigh, sand four miles from tke .former town..Tks old Heade mines, which were formerly very productive, hid not been worked for some years; and as the country is hilly-sand the'. ate heany streams in the neigkhbloo head, these mitnos hanve been filled with-water fur a long time. -About two years ago a new company was formed, called tke Bryaigwsag Company, for Ike purpose ot worli. tng tke sume bad-of lead -ore higher up tbe meuntate than theHendremines. On Tuesday morning, seventeen men' deseended the mine, end after working for some time, they penetrated the wall dividing the new workings from the Hendre levels. The water rushed through the aperture,- and the-men had no ...