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CIVIL SITTINGS. Thursday, May 8. Before his Honor Judge Lutwyche. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 9 May 1862

OzVnn 5tTwIxGa, * - Thursday, May 8. * Before his Honor Judge Lutwyche. The eCivil Sittigs of the unpre Court at Ipswieh comesenesd this mor~ning. Hits H~'oo a ug uty took his seat on the beech at 10 o'clokr The followyg boaristers were present:--The Attoney.General, Mr. Liliey,'snd Mr. lernt. Attorneys-Xwnesr. Themmpco, C?hubb, and Colss; and Mr.. Sac- morv+on behel of Mr. Maca.etre. ' BUK? . PiLMBn £30 KiNyOsn. The following jury were sworn :-Daniel Collins, Chorles Dun, John Cameron, John OJune. Mr. Ley opened the case, explained the olronm RlinabethfelinaBurke, sworn and examined: Lives in West-street, and knows the two defendants; served in their shop; was not employed by either of the defend nuts, but assisted in serwing in the shop ; is sister in-law of the defendant Palmer; the shop was opened in Janu ary s both defendants were in the shop during the time it was open; witneses knows the signatures to the document produced, they are those of Benjamin Henry Palmer and Thomas K...

Publication Title: Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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VICTORIA. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 9 May 1862

* VICTORIL. The Botanic Gardens received duringibe week a vlubhle donation of Himalayan pine seeds from Dr. T. Anderson, director of the botanic garden of Calcutta. A case with epiphytal orchids arrived as a donation from his ExcellencySir William Denison. The plants were gathered in the jungles of the Madras Presidency, and arrived by the good offices of the captain of the Peninsular and Oriental Com anyfs steamer Madras. The Acclimatlsation Society have received by the Madras from Galle, an elk, a wild hog, a porcupine, and iacivit cat. Ms. Dthnr HoMsCK.a-It ie currently reported (says the Boiara-t lWrune), that Mr. Duoy, as soon asheobtains his pension, willreturnhometoIreland. His ambition is to have a seat in the British House?I of Commons, ts he is by no means reconciled to spend the remainder of his days in Victoria, playing second fiddle to the member for Kil e which he has hitherto been forced to do, mu this will. *cta t

Publication Title: Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser
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(From the Times, February 24.) [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 9 May 1862

* (Frem (M Rame, Pabrnanj 94.) * The missing man was found on Thursday, covered withtwo pieces of timber that had been forcedtout by the explosion, aud.a quantity of coal. " The unfor iunate man was named Webry Richards, a deacon in the Welsh Baptistnhapel, hAd a worthy practical Christian.' Hewas found lying his ,whole length, and oi his bosom was his little dog, like its master, cold and dead, It had crawled there in its death agony, and laid itself down and died... We are. hearing of poverty and' privation which, probably would never have been rknown but for the cruel and violent rending of the veil which hid them from view.. Destitution abounds ;tor.these colliers were among the'poorest of :their invariably poor class, and there isno futuresfor them save the union or the'streets, unless the charltable step in to their aid. It isevident'that theretwere Tears of the coming catastrophe entertained bythe men. One man sus. pected fire so strongly that le actually kept away from Prork...

Publication Title: Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser
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IPSWICH MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 9 May 1862

IPSWICO I UNICIPAL COUNCI. 'The usual weekly meeting took place on Wednes day afternoon. Present-the Mayor, Aldermen Watkins, Clnne, Yribb, Thorn, and O'Malley. Alderman Cribb enquired what report the Overseer bad made with regard to Beckett end Hogan's ap plication for extra wages, read at the lhst meeting. The Mayor said the Overseerhad considered their sertices worth 7s. a day. saseaosmnm-Yt~. A letter was read from Edward Lockhart, the contractor for this work, saying that he had metalled all the street required by the corporation, and as he lied raised more metal thau was necessary,he offered either to keep that metal until the concil were pre pared to have the work completed, or to sell it them at the usual rate paid for raised metal; and in the event o! the corporation declining to proceed with the work, he claimed to be allowed to draw out the 25 per ceot. of the contract money which had been detained for the due performance of such tontract. 1_r. Lockhart was about to offer...

Publication Title: Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser
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METROPOLITAN RACES, 1862. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 9 May 1862

AlEThOPOL{ AN RACES, .862. Ths great eventso lbcg and anxiously looked forward to .b'y the lovers and patrons of the Turf -(the Rlandwick'GmndHandic?p), was decided over the meopolitan abrse, .on. aturday, and contri. buted, with a couple of other races, to mnake up an afternoon's entertainment,.the like of which is oet oftern pesented.tothepublie. -His Ezedleney te. Governor, accompanied by Lady Young and suite, srriveea sortly after onpe~'clolt,and tho party were at once ,sscprted .bythe stewards to the viceregal, * box, which t hge~eer.wit the other portions of the grand t?Uaices rece?tly undergone a great Sltera lion, ?nd cow, wears an elegant and becoming •appearpnce.. We uotired, mnoreover, amongst the aseemblage en the stand, several members of the Government, the bon,. the.Prasident of the Legiela ve Coneil, ed vecous members of the Legi?l Of t tr?,gem ts made for the proper conduct of tbenlAh powntoof accedecte, and the p?reser~stioie ?orserwe nsh onl ay that they the same ...

Publication Title: Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser
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ANOTHER DREADFUL COLLIERY ACCIDENT—FIFTY LIVES SACRIFICED. Merthyr, Thursday, February 20. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 9 May 1862

ANOTHER DREADFUL COLLIERY ACCI DENT-FIFTY LIVES SACRIFICED. (From t/e LondOn- Daily Telegraph) Merthyr, Thursday, February 20. 'An explosion of a terrible nature, and feafully destructive to human life, occurred yesterday in the Cethin, or Gethin, eoalpit, the property of Mr. Crawehay. The nearest town to the scene of the accident is Merthyr Tydvil, and when the intelli. gence first Teached this pines the greatestescitement prevailed, the earliest rumours being that the two hundred men generally employed' in the pit had all fallen victims to that terrible miners' scourge, fire damp. Such, houeverwas not the case, as, although the entire complement employed at the colliery reaches two hundred, only fifty of that number were in the pit at the time of the accident, and all of whom, I regret to say, have perished. ' From what I c6an learn-and amid the alarm which prevails it is difficult to get at anything like authentic information-between the hours of one and two o'clock yesterday (We...

Publication Title: Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser
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COMMERCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 9 May 1862

COMMERCIAL. The following produce has been received and for warded:-F- om the stores of Messr. Panton ast Go.-. 10 casks tallow, 137 hides, 4 bundles sheepskins. Fromn the stores of Mr. H. V. Hassell-- bundles sheepskins, 18 hides, 2 easks tallow, AS 8 6 bundles sheepokins, 1 bundle wool, S caseks tallow, MB.

Publication Title: Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 9 May 1862

SALES BY AUCTION. SALE OF HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE In Limestone-street, near the Wesleyan ChapeL H M. COCKBURN has received instructions * from Mrs. Gotham (who is giving up busi. ness), to Sell by Auction, on the above premises, THIS DAY (FRIDAY), 9th Instant, at 11 o'clock precisely, The whole of the HOUSEHOLD FUBNITUEB, consisting of Tables Glass Chain Single and double wooden Conches and iron bedsteads Crockery Toilet Sets Kitchen Utensils, &c. Terms, Cash. 302 FOB SAWl, BT PUBLIC AUCTION, A TEAM OF 8 BULLOCKS, WITH DBAY AND GEAR COMPLETE. Tr M. COCKBURN has received instructions Sto Sell 'by Public Auction, at his Rooms, icholamtreet, , - TO-MORRBOW, the 10th Instant, at 12.o'clock precisely, A Team of pight Working Bllocke, with Bow, Toee, Ohaine, and Dray complete. Terms, Cash. 303 A FIRST-RATE INVESTMENT. VALUABLE FREEHOLD PROPERTY NEAR THE LIMESTONE RIDGE. H g. COCKBURN has neceived instructions * Tfom Mr. Cornelius Searle, to Sell by Public Auction, at his Rooms, Nichol...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 9 May 1862

fbe Ethuetn0!an tCimef. ---4-- - TERMS% Scasca?trsosr.-The amount of subseription oe the -tennland Tines il Seven Shillings and Bixpenbe per quarter, if paid in advanae,.ar Eight ShillingsandSix-' pence credit. The quarters terminate on the BOth Sep tember, d|st December, Blat Mas-b, and Both June, at which periods only can subscribers decline, by gving motice, and paying the amoumt due to the end of the current quarter. Single copies, Sixpenee. ADVERTIaEcswTS ra e inserted aeording to the fo lowing coale: a. 4. Two lines.................. 1 0 Four lines................................ 0 Sir lines ......................... ....... 8 6 *..ight lines, pr under one inch ..B... S 0 Eveny additional eight linen, or inch 1 0 The following Discount in allowed on all advertise umente coneirued Tor insertions ............... 10 per cent. l3 B ........ 15 ,, S.8 ..,, ............. 25..,, All advertisements must speolfy sn the face of thetm the number of tides they aTreto'be inserted; or they ...

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Local and District News. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 9 May 1862

!Lorca[ atbI Diwtrittt Nrei. inn ONjyo L P ....... btxnoo.7?hs foundation stone of the Bbealhoui-e is tohbe laid bnythe Hen. A.. fsealaster. ilnlster of Laonds cod Workaood Chairman of tine Board of Education on itoottay neot. An no eoilre' of the tine ha beet, given, we .uuppoaen t will take place at noons. We tcsnst,ao tIWhat the building Is foirly .contaen.d,'thane 1o1 lvea beenjsoidh? bank theirossltanaoe will htesitate ni longer, but that the locat patrons meay soon be enabled hy the support recoelved from the public in unideltale the erertion ofra muater'a nsendanee as well as that of the]Scnool-honse latothe erection of which they are at presectt eonetned by thebhnited'airnonintof fun-da at thelr disposaL.• ?'Ionyo Aesustnatta "Jocuaw CeeaA--?t thne meeting" of this c lub, on Tuesday, afternoon, .the Baew maules of abe ctah were Kjopted, and the faolowing oflioebs elected :--The Hon. F'. It. *.Ig'?'.C., Preuideut; and the Hcn. W. It. Xoldwyn, Vine ~'t_'_eldont. Thea onumi mce...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 9 May 1862

I, consequence of the lengthy report. of the Assizes and the Municipal Council, we are compelled to omit our usual leader.

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LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. WEDNESDAY, MAY 14. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 16 May 1862

LEGISLATIVE COUNCiL. Vna?mnsvT M.tr 14. The PRESIDENT took the chair at ten minutes past three o'clock, and opened the proceedings with prayer. RESIGNATION. The PRESIDENT intimated to the Council that he had received a letter from his Excellency the Governor, signifying the resignation of the Kon. t. G: Massie. LEAVE OF ABSENCE. On the motion of Mr. WESTERN WOOD, one month's leave of absence was granted to the Hon. A. Brown. PAPERS. The ATTORNEY-GENERAL laid on the table despatches from the Duke of Newcastle, on the Western Boundary and Money Order questions respectively. THE LAND ACTS. The PRESIDENT, in addressing himself to the motion which stood in his name, remarked that it involved a great many very important matters, and would, if the committer were carried, require the most carefal consideration. He concluded by moving:--(1.) That as select committee. be appointed, with: power to send for persons and papers, for the puirpose of examining into, and reporting on, the working of...

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The Queensland Parliament. LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. TUESDAY, MAY 6. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 16 May 1862

tj euetnranbn arliammnt. (Abrigrdgodo the tWrier..) LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. TosBiAY, MaY 8. SThe Speaker took the chabir at twenty minutes past three, and read prayers. QUESTION. Mr. BLAKENI: Y asked the Honorable the Minister for Lands and Works, if he could state wRith certainty the time at which the dredge for the Bisbane liiver would be completed, and what was th-Bfinonnt.of the instalmeut duseto the contraotors. The M[NISTER for LANDS and WORKS8 wotid state, inreply to the hoo. member's.question, that a few days ago a telegram had been received from Sydneyannouncing the arrival at that .plae o• the material necessary for the completion of the dredge, and every exertion was being made to finish it speedil?y. H'e believed that it might be expected in, Moreton Bay in about five weeks time. The amdnot due to the.contractor at the present tinie was £1915. DIYORCE AND MAT.RIMONIAL CAUSES SBILL Mr. LILEY moved for leave to introduce a Bill to establish a Divorce and Matrimonial Causea J...

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THE MANUFACTURING CRISIS. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 16 May 1862

Potter, the ne* mIember for Carlihe, , a ChsiaIr of Cominhioce 'metgiugheld at Maqch ?et?tei con consiaer nbA rito iwportddhtings n -i:ohi-gbodr ditatgiebe t hil ed '?healthb" com.. ..oh en, 'inliealthy one," in the Je?,li,*$ka. the present. ; a:e-a" ~lenrs that t~ "whole iiottn supp y pin -ail uin tsiet&'bfthe war, uad calclttino the total wnages'of thp cotton-spinerse it £14.&V.00 0 per anonm, he :olds :nout the pros?pat that these four million of operativesinar l6se spBoiething like. £7,250,000 in w.ges dauhingtheneit ye. Ce'rtfaiuly. byn'o means a' healthy crsis A's'tithe? meeting, however, deprecated any infractlonoft?t h9~iddea, the only practical point for their' coniderationwas the Indian ten 'per cent. import'duties on cotton g•oods,:which;adding the c'st of impoit, reallymnake the difference in favohr of the.Indian manufacturers twenty per cent. at least. . This encourgess the minisapplication of Indian labqour and capital to the manufacture, 'ianstead of t...

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IMPOUNDED AT DRAYTON [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 16 May 1862

iMPoUNDED O AT DRAYTON4 From Helidm 'h O May,1862, by rder,6f: Wn. Turner Esq. Dames ,and driving expe,? its G,, pe , head. - h ki mare, s?· o See;,o over PP? ?j oidle E overd near shlder. . . Bay horse, N2in circle over DP conjoined ( rersd) near lhoulder scar near thigh, sanip 'pon nose ne h ' foot white; ahort tail. B)hck msare, Rnear obonlldesr 1i9Bns .b shonlder,iike 25 or5S under nssrsa5 Adi Jf the Above horses. anwnnt&msae do or beforo 'tha B8lh May, 1862, yneymlw ln'ady s toaye pesses. -

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IMPOUNDED AT LITTLE IPSWICH. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 16 May 1862

IMPOUNDED 'AT ENLITFE IPSWICI SFrom Bundambhab.-Driving and triepass, 5SL;:phidd Bay an iread '.foal, stair, ii' diaiond off:shulder, like over Move r nesebhouldae. Chesanut hors hind-fte.Psirhite blaee eover -TO , shoulder. Chesnut filly, lie J7ndear-shoulder. Chesnat mare anid foal,stqr, wite spat betwemsoe : tnils, nbPver 1 ne.s~bossTdai r..·2. :: .Brews siot, :seh, C.;bf-:1o~ul~.~~';de~, ~ki s~ thr bloteh l~ttes neavshoider. " hoh?soat filly, W o r.oii h i;dt .e, Ivan-rey fill Tar shoulder. Ifnotlased oseorbefoi 9tirje e ioswlllWhbmd1. £K AIIP,9r~M.' · :·

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MONDAY, MAY 19. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 16 May 1862

ByMw. MorNDn , iLar 19. JAT~orrn f &urn 8Oo., at their rooms, Rat street at bltsltpsotIi o'olook, the grn stsn,3, right of gate, ptsblioeoo' booths, die Also, 85,OOO brickse.

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Probable Expenditure. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 16 May 1862

P " obable Ezpenditure. Sebedules...... £8,80. Executive and Legislative ..................... 7,7601 Colonial Secretary ...............................: i18 18 Administration of justice ........................ , Colonial Treasurer ............................. 44,194 Department of:Lands and Works............... 11,6;88 Auditor-General ............................... 1,000ooo Interest on Debentures.i..;. ............. 7,4 Sinking Fund (2 per cent. on the esamated - ' / revenue) ..... . .... 6 Estimated exoes of Revenue over Expendi ture . ........................................ ,o Total ...............................£817A0 Additisoal Supplementary Estimates for the year 1861 have also been? 'laid upon the table, amounting in the aggregate to £377862 3s 2d. A statement is also furnished of the bilanbs of votes for the.year 1861, remaining unexpendadand which amount to £11,057 l0o. sd.

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ARRIVAL AND CLOSING OF THE MAILS. MAILS ARRIVE. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 16 May 1862

ARRIVAL AND CLOSING OF THE MAILS. MAILS ARRIVE. FaoM BSmars.-Daily at 7 p.m. (Sundays excepted.) ooMaDRDaWox, iwo ToowoousA.-Sunday, 8 p.m. and Thuraday, S pm. Fa-o W wlL.-Sundays san Thursadays, at S p.m.

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THE ESTIMATES FOR 1863. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 16 May 1862

. THE ESTIMATES FOR 1863. The estimates were laid upon the table of the House an Tueoday night, in pursuorce of a message received fsom His Eneellency the Gorernor. The Probable Ways and Means and Expenditure for the year 1868 are stated as follows : Pzrobable Ways and Means. Customs ................................. . ea ?000 Land*·evenue- Proceeds of lad sales (exclusire of land orders) .......................90,00 Rents of land and licenses ............. 40,100 Assessments ... . 80,0o0 Licenses to cut timber and make bricks, &c ........................................... ,00 Postage . ............... ... ............ 10,0011 Liceses ............. ..............8000 Fees of office (including Assurance Fund under Real Property Act)............... . 5,010 Fines and forfeiturce........................... . 2,0010 Rents (exclusive of land)........................... 200 Pilotage, harbor dues. and fees............. .... .2,000 Electrie Telegraph receips .................. o... ...

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