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TAROOM. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 16 May 1862
TAROOM. (Prom the Cerroepondent of the afrlorovgh Chronicle.) We have' still great anua.ber of sheep a?l cattle travelling through the township, en route, to the north. In fact so great are the number that one unaturally Msk where they are all going to; the eg isstall they come. Amongat the names of the owners of sheep pade4 through, arb--Messrs,. Maae and 'effrey, Aumale-, Lamb, Broughton, Black, Riddle, and Flynn, with ame 50,000 sheep. 3fessr& Bell and Geafellwith 1600 head of mixed cattle. . We have hald some little rain, but not anything equal to the quantity reported to have fallen in your distrie" It is in contemplation by theettldersavd residents inlthe district to neoablish Annual Races at this townehip, to take place in June neft, this seems to give great;batiefa tion to all parties, and as we have an exene t rae unrse' (erected at6 some consideiable peue),,and. about.4 100 has already been subsceribe, wre may iope for omem amusement, and good racing.. And we ainer...
DIARY. MEMORANDA FOR THE WEEK. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 16 May 1862
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Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 16 May 1862
bqupitpg *Attaiftrce. I-4---- ARRIVALS. May 14.-Pioneer, schooner, 86 tons, Captain Briggs, from Newoastle 8th instant. Pasen?rs--Mr. and Mrs. McFarlane and four children. H. S. Goenfell agent. May 14.-Almm, three masted sobhooner, 173 tone, Captaim Blacklock, from Lounaceston 4th instant. Pae oengers-Mr.and Mo. Tucker, Miss Tucker, 4. and Mrs York, Meaera. A. and J. Tucker. G. Raff & Co., agents. May 14.--Olarendon, brig, 150 tons, Captain Oraig, from Adelaide. J. & G. Harris, agents.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 16 May 1862
SALES BY AUCTION. A TEAM OF 12 WORKING BULOOKS, with DEAY, TARPAULIN, and GEAR complete. M. COCKBURN has received instructions to sell by Public Auction, at his Rboms, Nicholas-street, TO-blORROW, the 17th Instant, at 12 o'clock precisely, A TEAM OF 12 WORKING BULLOCKS, ' with Dray, Tarpaulin, and Gear complete. The Auctioneer would call the attention of par ties in.want of a first-class team to the above, as the bullocks are all well brokenin and used to the roads, and the dray and tackling in good order. Terms at Sale. . ? 335 NORTH AUSTR.ALIAN ANNUAL MEETING, 1862. GRiND BSTAND, ?IGHT OF GATE, TEN (10) PUBLIGANS' BOOTHS, FOUR (4) FRUIT STALLS, Will bbe old by Wbi APnction, On MONDAY, the 19th Instant, At half-pastll o'clock. TilHE BHOORARY SEgCRETARY has received .iJ -nstructions from the Stewards of the North Australian Jockey Club, to Sell by Public Auction, -t itasrss. Pattorini and Co's. sale rooms, On MONDAY, the 19th of MAY nest, at half-past 11 o'clock, the Bighteo the Gra...
IMPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 16 May 1862
IMPORTO. Pioneer: 200 bags Adelaideflour, 225 bags maie, 69 bales hbay, 10 bags brass, 40 boxes soep, 72 Obeeaes, 0964 feet looring boars, 3218 feet weabher boards, 20 bundles hingles, 2 American doors, ~H. S. lrenufsll. Alma:e 1 hogheadls malt liquor. 75965 bags toor, 25 bales hay, 64 Ibags potatoes, 260 eases apples, 1000 paling?, . J. Bla]klook'; 40 bags fosur, Order. Clarendon-. 1750 bsags flour, 3 tons hay, J. & G. Harris.
SMALL DEBTS' COURT. Wednesday, May 14. Before the Police-Magistrate and J. Murphy, J.P. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 16 May 1862
SMALL DIBTS' COURT. Wednesday, May 14. Before 'the Police.Magistrate and J. Murphy, J.P. D. Mitchell v. D. S. Lawrie.--£8 19Bs. 6d., far board and lodgin.-N?o appearance of the defendant, and no plea filed. Verdict for plaintiff. Panton and Oo. e. 3J. Lambert.--£6 1Ss., balanceof a promissory note of £2. Plea, neot indebted. The Bench were of opinion that they had no jurisdiction, because the amount of the original trnanestion was over £10. Postponed for one month. . Charles 8. Wary e. Philip Spiegel.--7a. for goods eold and delivered. Plea, not indebted. The ease was as follows:-Between saturdsayv night and Sunday morn ing, the 13th April, a servant of defendant's came to plaintiff for some medicines; onbeingasked if she had any money topay forit, she mid she had not: she was theni told to go home and get the money, while in the meantimie the medinine would be made up; the girl went away, and Mr. Ipiecle came and said he had no money then, but would pay it next morning; the medicin...
Tuesday, May 13. Before the Police Magistrate. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 16 May 1862
Tuenday, Mbay 13. Before the Police Magistrate. Tam Bee r. W. North.-Tbis was a claim for wages for three monthsrand 22 days, at the rate of £85per an oum. Verdict for t 9s. 2d., and costs. Franois Porter was fined £3, and £2 8S. 4d, costs,'for using obscene language; in default, one month's impri sonment. Defendant was also bound over, on a separate summons, to keep the peace for six months, himself in £20, Lad two sureties of £10 each. Patrick Barry v. Larry Flameny.--Masterts and Servants' Act Claim for wages as groom, sir weeksand a half at £1 5s. per week. Verdict for plaintiff, with costs, br 14 days' imprisonment. W. Harding e. Catherine Barnes.-Assault. Plaintiff was passing defendant on the 3rd instant, when defend ant spat onhim and tore hisi shirt. Fined £l,or7 days' imprisonment. Catherine. Barnes v. William Harding.-This was a charge for an assault on the same occasion as the preced ing case. Defendant struck plaintiff twice on the face, and usea:bad language. Fined £2 ...
THE CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH. ANNIVERSARY SERVICES. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 16 May 1862
THE CONGREGATIONAL CHURCIH. ANNIVERSARY SERVICES. The Anniversary Services in connexion with the Con sregational Church, Ipswich, were commenced on Sunday last. The Rev. T. Beaizley preached in the morning, and the Rev. J. W. C. Drone in the evening. On Tuesday evening a tea-meeting was held in the large hall of the School of Arts, which had been taste fully decorated for the occasion. The whole of the tables were bountifully supplied with an excellent variety of vianda by the ladies connected with the congregation. After the tables had beon cleared a public meeting was held, the Rev. J. W. C. Drane, the pastor of the church, occupying the chair. The Chairman said that, as pastor of the Congrega tional Church here, it devolved upon him to state that this was the ninth anniversary of the Church, for it was founded March 17th, 1853, by Mr. Deacon, and twelve members. He (the chairman) entered upon the pasteo rate in January, 1801. During the past year the congre gation had gradually i...
Local and District News. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 16 May 1862
owIcal antb Ultitrict NfWl. Lanw ,ats AI.ROCK~H~APTOI.-A supplement to the iGosrirment onttea contains a.proclamation of SLond Sale oat Eockhampton, to take place at the Poliee fficon Monday, 10th June, 1862. SMdkrdAL CouncI --There was io meeting of the Munisipal Council on Wednesday, as only four of the Aldermen atteaded--five being required 5o forpo aquorunt. TRE di-L FOn ENio snW.-Up to a late hour, last night s?o defloite notice of the time of the dep~irtre of the English.mai had beep received at theIpawieh Postoffice. The postiiaster (Mr. Gill) infprmed as that to thesest of his belief the mail would dlose at Ipswichb about 1 olbock p.m. on Saiturday. noata AisrsmaxassRAcoa.2 W beg itd remind those ioterested, that the entriesewill be clisee4 on Tuesday, the 20th'instant. All entrariecs must be . wade l andr orivr addressed to the Honorary Seeretsq,. accompanied. with aweepstakes and quilifiaeion. -QczesNssN Coeo?trAforA?c U~sIN.-The anu- - tumal mineetipg of this association ...
QUEENSLAND FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY AND PROVIDENT INSTITUTE. PUBLIC MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 16 May 1862
QUEENSLAND FIrE INSURANCE COMPdANY AND PROVIDENT INSTITUTE. PUBLIe M£EE?|NOI. A public meeting was held in the Hall of the School of Arts on Wednesday evening last, for the purpose of "re ceiving the deputation sent up by the promoters of the new Company in Brisbane, and to take esch steps as may be necessary to secure the establishment of a branch at Ipswich." The attendance was numerous and respectable. Mr. J.Murphy was called to the chair, in the absence of the Mayor, who was in Brisbane. A letter from tile latter gentleman, accounting for his absence, was read. The Chairman called upon Mr. Board, formerly mem ber for Geelong in the Parliament of Victoria, and the founder of the Queensland Fire Insurance Company, to address thie meeting. Mr. Board, who, on rising, was received with applanse, said he was much pleased to have the opportunity of congratulating them on the noble building they had erected in the town since he last visited it-s building in every way worthy of the great...
LATEST INTELLIGENCE. SYDNEY. Wednesday, May 14. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 16 May 1862
ISATEST INTELIGENOE. Bv ELECrIC TsBrLsRsrPH. (Prom the Guardian.) SYDNEY. Wednesday, May 14. B·y the English Mail news has been received that the ship Iheresa has been chartered to take immi grants to Brisbane. A vessel has beenadvertised by the SEmigration Cominissioners tosail fLr Wide Bay. The ship City of Brisbane left Plymouth on the Slth February with a full complement of passens. gers. lar. Jordartvisited them and addressed them previous to their departure. A large numniber of the labluring population residingat the Eastend 6fLondon are desirolrs to emigrate to Queensland. F?nds are being raised ' in order to arry out their views. ·Mr. Dill's ease has been deferred to next Saturday.
THE QUEENSLAND INSURANCE COMPANY. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 16 May 1862
THE QUENS5LAND lNsIRAwcE COtPAtn . Tas meeting on Wednesday evening was. one of the most sinessful business meetings which we have.witnessed in Queensland,"nd ~odabuhd andly testifiea the interest the reople of thi; town feel in the establishment of such an instituhion as that of snInsI ance Coinpany, In our last issue we referred to several verj important points which we considered deserving of serious consideration' by those wvho felti interested in the fiormatin and success of the] Company, and we'must express poursatisfaetion' with the full and explicit statement made by I Mr. GEORGE BOAsD, the fdliiaer of the Company, in reference to them. Another sub: ject which Mr. BosAreferred:to inp.his address, and which .we think well calculaied4 to oeRate 1 confidence in thit company wastb b xpiltaination given by thast gentlemsaianf he crwumstanicesI which brought him into nopnexibii theriewth.I We are pware that Mr BoaDa n bpong reidence] in Victoria, an&ieis family ?nd fbusine...
LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. WEDNESDAY, MAY 14. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 16 May 1862
LEGISLATIVE ASBEMBLY. W3EDNEc?aa, MAY 14. The Speaker took the chair at twenty minutes pest three, and read the prayers. PAPERS. The COLONiAL SECRETARY laid the under mentioned papers upon the table of the house: .Despatoshelatingto the western bonndaryofQuedens. land, and a despatch ftrom the Seeretary of State respecting the money order system, QUESTION. The COLONIAL-SERETARY, id answer to Mr. Blakedey, would state.that on reference to the esti. mates foi 1883, it onid be foaund that it was pro posed to ncrease the sialaries of those clerks who had served a considerable time, and who were de servipg. COMMON LAW AMENDMENT BILL. Mr. BLAKENEY moved for leave to introduce a bill for the purpose of furtber amending the (om man Law Prodedo~Aets of this colony. Ir. MrOFFATT aeonded the motion, and it was carried. The bill was then read a sirsttime, and the second reading ixed for Thursday, the 2nd instant. OALL OF THE BOUSE. Mr. FERRETT moved-" That there be a call of the Housee na Wedne...