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MONDAY, MAY 19. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 23 May 1862
Mowear, MAT 19. Thes hrtoey.Gaeeratuross.egamined the defend int. Witnaes p?rmised in his statement made on the Strct esamlpation, sand also stated that eaxcept the ist interview with FergaRon, be had no other save . Mr;. ~rNaisnte's office; the goods were to be ,.partiriarlsed (Mr. Fersguson said) in the new bill of tle. Was not aware that the proposed bill of sale wadn?byhetwep n Liddy and witness. Tbought that a new document shbould be made out givingJobnsoo the power which Ferguson bad. It was to be in IplEace of Towns' bill which could not be transferred to daeflndent. Wnt to Canal Creek not only for inventory, hbut also for parpoe ofz seortainiong value -f stock. Both Mr. Macalister and Mr. Ferguson knew ishat witness went for: By the Court: Bowdid they know it? * Witeeasi They mst have mknown it, as they knew it was necessary to have an inventory, and in dldition I told them I was going to Leyborn for the Spurpao; looked over the atock-in-trade at Canal Sreie?; saw no stock I...
SUPREME COURT, BRISBANE. SATURDAY, MAY 17. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 23 May 1862
BUPREME COURT, BRISBANE. (ronr the Brianbspapers.) Saa'ralY, Mar 17. Befoe his Honor Mr. Justice Lutwycheb, an?d a jury gifour. T~owS . goawsow. In this case the plaintiff was Bobert Towns,of the -rm of Towns & Co., and J. Johnson, Mayor of Ipswich, defendant. Dansmages were laid at £2000. In appeared from the statement of plaintiff's counsel, and evidence adduced subsequentlythat an agreement in writing was entered into between the plaintiff, the defendant, and one Patrick Liddy, to the effect that plaintiff would band over to the ·defendant certain securities held by him (the pisintif) over the land and stock-in-trade of Patrick tiddy, on condition that plaintiffwould hand over certain promissory notes signed by Liddy and endorsed by defendant, in all amounting to £1700. The defendant went to Leyburne to value the stock, and a day was ied when the parties were to meet In Mr. Macalister's office and carry out the arrange ment. When it came to the point, the defendant refuse...
IMPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 23 May 1862
IMPORTS. Bamson : 9 bales wool, 1 caskl tallow, e; Morrison; 25 bideo, 12 bhae wool, 9 bundles skins, Danger Gil christ & Co.; 45 hhds. tallow, 47 hides, Meurs. Tooth; 40 castks tallow, 165 bides, Monteore Graham & Co.; 20 casko tallow, 201 hide., J. M'Leao ; 80 psakages, J. o Grant.
(From the Courier.) [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 23 May 1862
QUZpiAE TnjaeSonai Coxraier.-Itwill he qeen, -onfr~e rtrde Ipeor deri8~l nijcolo ina, zi~ieeienepeeof those of the eshareholdeea woenjleiled to $ a' dirthra 'baie ? lubtseen U axiltei byhsi' • rfooter baine = l?n? the'?mes e?'?- be 1notiedthat of Mr. George Bbat~ri and we think it'only doe tolet gentlera;.anto state.:that the appenranoe o hbsa on&a .thqeisoo~isin p treato requisition addressed tohim p..am?bir of atlem en, among whom are seersl of Zhe irget sherlsoleera;is the Compony,reqoe...sgthtt ee woo4 all. himself to be placedl in.ntmsitin, .eVS o" aSatayn Brisbane bhould bs'shbort. ,Thi we imhonor ziotaoften e accrded.tn an indieideal "! oiBp rdis indubitably entitled to it. 'o eni h 'pleobstina donbtedl Yindebted for the flormationd o eftl empadn ea stable basis nd, he stle get o serarelpUY'nmptero, it wonid he latenagingtothe pmap0'i' f tli?ton?rnifhb wer eto Ienveje t at stam w s p teekbet.ee bt le. Thadirecron leiy eeeeed-lee41ey wrho they w·iU~ebtluatkve * etbsile...
EXPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 23 May 1862
EXPORTS. Australia: 80 casks bottled beer, 4 hogemeads rum, 4 quarter-casks sherry, 4 quarter-casks port, B hogsheads brandy, 12 cnes geneva, 60 bags salt, 12 tlins white lead, 0 dozen buckets, 3 dozen spades, 8 cratesearthenware, 4 cases biscuits, 1 cask blacking, 8 trunks boots, 87 pack ages sundries, J. and G. Haris.
IPSWICH MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 23 May 1862
r• wc ,rrropr ..mu~ IPSWICH MUNICIPAL COUNCIL The Council met at four o'clock 'on Wefneifly. :Pye' tent-The May;r, AldermenO'Malley, Vliion Wa?iin, Stanley, and Thompsoo . T'he nminutes.of the previous meet itan theoverneer's report wee read. . . BRIBBANB-STB?WE CONTRD.COT. The Mayor read a letterfrom·Edward Leotkhart on tractor for the above work, as follows:- "Ipswich. "To the Eight Woih?ipful the Mayor and Aldermen. "In anewer bD? r avertiemei~nt dated the liset Oeto- i ber, 1861, ealling for tendersnfor thi metslli~g and ra- I veling of Brisbane-astreet, I put in an oferor thle per' forman?oe of the work, which woa acrted; shd e s had performed sorme of the work beforesignig the contract, and no mention having beenemade of-the breadth of' the' road ie the adrertisemeont, I gave in my offer on thib on-o: derstanding tbhat I was to metal acd pravl. the road tm . it was tabled out, I am quite surpraed at the attempt t6 deduct from the money due to. me beouse the road, a not thirty-...
ABSTRACT OF SALES BY AUCTION. THIS DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 23 May 1862
LBSTRACT OF SALES B! AUCTION. Thsx Dia By Mr. H. . Co.s.OUN, at his room , at .o'oock, general merchandise, English ale, oand.s quantity of cedar, MoQDsA, 1&rc 26. By Mr. H. Bowrabn, at the New Maet,5 t 1S o'cloi, horses and merchandize.
THE NORTH AUSTRALIAN ANNUAL RACES [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 23 May 1862
THE NORTH AUTSTRALIAN ANNUAL RACESJ [FROM OUR SPORTING OONTEIB0UTo.] I On referring to dates I lnd that it is three weeks since I an article appeared in your local contemporaryupon the, abore subject, and I mast pwn I feel rather ashamed that I have been all the intervening time making up my mind toget up at 4 o'clock" in the fag," and go ont to see the horses on the training ground; but my curiosity being raised yya paragraph in theoarticle above alluded to, beginning thus,-" Mariner, a black horse by Sailor, and is, I am informed, a regular devil, sticks at incon venient times and places; a great pity, for he is a slash ing bay colt," &c., &e., I at last determined togo to see the effects of the fog turning "a black horse" to a "hay colt," hut was disappointed, as the horse was no longer in training. I, however, went to the new ground, and had the satisfaction of seeing moat of the horse engaged for the coming events. The declaration of entries on Wednesday evening...
THIRD DAY, THURSDAY, JUNE 5. FIRST RACE—THE NORTH AUSTRALIAN PLATE. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 23 May 1862
THIRD DAY, THURSDAY, J.UNE 6. IFIBST LOAC-TEE BOOTH AUS?TRALIA PLATre. WMr. . Keot's.jun., b glJlbbeomo, yens, Mleet Mr. i. S'Dermoet's e g T;tar,sged, green asd blueep Mr. W. Davidson's o g Playboy, 5 Lean,,plot and whlite ir. J. UedLe's h g Vanoe pntgd. nmaloc jctket ed tblack a Mr. A. Wienhot' b h Telegram, 4 years, black and white stripe codbleteap SECD?ND RAC?--THE QUEEMSLAND TIL SREES? For -yel r olds. Mr A. Wienholt's bg Slahib Mr. . tardle'a bl c Black Prince Mr . M. learhy' b f Vnnyp, black cap anl bilue ja.et T'iaRD: BACE-THE L.DIi??S PURSE. Mr. Kent'r, aJn.. mo Epren , aedblet Mr. I'Derolcmt bth oulyptm, 4 y*a, pr een and bluemap Mr. W. Davldmot'pb g Loaoer, eged, plnt and white Mr. M. Ford'b g duper, 4 years, ba Jaistetad witie eap Mr.T. d. Seymout brhg Lotter y, aed, bue Jacetetendred? m MIr. T.-b. beyoose Kogtteddrale, o yesos, ohtejreaket, Mo hoop and red cap . d Mr.J. wilal be'a u g~eltope. kadee the thseir ondpbhel acsp It W. Watln 'e g Bippoa. aed, black sand white...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 23 May 1862
SALES BY AUCTION. THIS DAY (FRIDAY). GENERa L MEROHANDIZE, FURNITURa, &. H . M. COCKBURN has receivediustructiios to L. sell by Public Auction, at his Rooms, Niobolas-street, TRI1 DAY (FRIDAY),ths 28ed In~stanut at 11 o'clock precisely, 8 casks Bottled Ale b oases do. 80 bags doe FJour, 1001bs. each 80 do. do. 2001bs. eob O do Pollard D0 do Liverpool Salt 5 casks salmon 10 halfhobests Tea 1 set Scales and Weight 1 Cheffonier . 1 ObCheffonier Safe '0 saddles, &c., ke., Ac. Terms, Cash. 382 THIS DAY (FRIDAY). 10 HOGSHEADS ENGLISH ALE. H .. COCKBURN bs received instrxctions * to Sell by Public Auction, at his Rooms, Nicholas-atreet, TUHIS DAY (FRIDAY), tbe 23rd Instant, sat"l o'clock precisely, S 10 IoOGSHEADS ENGLISH ALE. Terms, Cash. 380 THIS DAY (FRIDAY}. To BUTDERS, GABINETKAEERS, and Others. I H M. COCKBURN has received instructions . to s~ll by Public Auction, at his Rooms, Nicholan-street, THIS DAY (FRIDAY), the 23rd Instant, at II o'clock precisely 700 Feat CEDA...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 23 May 1862
CI)c Sutniilanmbi Cimtu. TEEMS: Susscarrlt oI.-The amount of snbhaonption to the 4* Oauestd Timte is soenr Shillings and Sixpenoe per quarter, if paid in advance, or Eight Shillings and Bix *p?:sasdit. The quarters terminate on the 80th S8p mbert, Slit December, 81at March, and B0th-June, at which perioda ealy can subhcribers decline, by giving Zati ae, d paying the amount due to the end of the earent quartr. 3; ', ie oplie, 8ixpenee. S dAn?eBT? SMn T are inserted scecoring to the fol lowing sole: 5. d. Two lines............................... 1 0 Four lines....................................... 0 Six lines ............... ............;..... 2 8 Eight lines, or under one inch ...... 9 0 Every additional eight lines, or inch 1 0 The following Discount is allowed on all advertise. ntents cotinned For 6 inertions ............... 10 per cent. 18 , ..........:.... 16 26 , ............... 25 ,, All advertiements must specify on the face of them the number of tim.e they are to be inserted...
DEPARTURES. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 23 May 1862
DEPARTUaES. May 17.-Prince Albert, steamer, 125 tons, Oaptain Omith, for Hong Kong, with coal as ballast. May 19.-Prinoe of Wales, steamer, 620 tons, Csptain Bell, for Sydney. Passengers-Mrs. Grifin, Mr. and Mrs. B1enett, Mr. E. GritBth, Mr. Jamison, Mr. G. Helsham, Mr. t. gellett, Mr. L. Shsrwood, Mr. O. W. T"hornton, Mr. A. H. Macarthur, Mr. M'Ororpe, Mr. A. Swanson, Mr. A Anderson, Mr; H. Smith, Mr. Kelnell, Mr. M'Kennet, and 15 in the steerage. May 9h.-Samson, steamer,. Captain Koight, for Maryberosgh. May 21.-Pioneer, scbooner, 88 tons Captain Briggi, for the RIchmod iiver.--No passengers. Mayl 21.-Australia, three-mssted sehooner, 111 tons, Captain Lsnglesy, for Olarenoe River,-No psasrengsra.
SECOND DAY, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 4TH. FIRST RACE—HURDLE RACE. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 23 May 1862
SECOND DAY, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 4na. 1ST DAO--H(IRDLN DACE. MI. W. Kent', jtin., e g Whinsey, aged. Magentanad blackesai Mr. W. Iavldson'ab D Lancer, aged. pink and white Mr. LB. Lindsay'a pg Romeo, aged,.bliae jacket ad red cap l'r. J. HBudle' b g Pracnd, aged, nearletJacket and black rap Mc. A. WclhOlt'a b g Bucking Bob, black and white sicpes and black rap Mr. A. Waeo?itn bkg uandns, aged, black cnd white aticya and black cap SECOND RACI-DI CK REDLU RtCO. Post entrances. gno.D nDACD-qUE"N8' PLATE. Mr. W. Kenta', jn., bg Jibboomn, a year, black M r. M'Dermott' b cg Tarar aged, gean andblue cap MeW.. Davldasan c g Play Boy. 5 year, pick and whie Mr. Banca', b Talismanr 4 yea, blie jackel and cap Mr. . D. Seymour'n br g Lolter, aged, bluejacket and redcap Mr.T. D. Seyamors bg MaEfaed, 4 yean, whilte jaken, blue knap, and redcap M.. . Blardiea br g Van Tromp, aged acarlet jacket and black cap Mr. J1. Cnlue's g dila Crack, 4 year, green jacket and cap Mr. A. Wtenbaolt' bk k elegnrm, 4 yea...
THE NORTH AUSTRALIAN ANNUAL RACES. THE ENTRIES. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 23 May 1862
THE NOETH AUSTBAL1IAN ANNUAL EACES. THE ENTBRIEB. On Wednesday evening, the stewards' of the North Australian JTokey Club met at the Criterion Hotel, for the purpo.e of rLe ing the ntrie Abo?t o'eloek the pubhic were admitted, and te hon?wcretar declared the entries a follows :- FIEST DAY, TUESDAY, JUNE 8. TBET BRAC5-XDED PLATE. Mr. W. Kent Jun. b g Jibboom. 5 yes, black Mr. H. M'deot' . b b Ecalyptus, 4yeaes. grae and blce ap Mr. W. aviduen'st eg Pla BSa, 5. yearsS, pin and hblte Mr. 3. Heinea' b I r Talim lan, 4 yers Mr. I. Pord'sb g owpr, 4 yearanleW bJacket and hte cap Mr T. D. eymo' b g Manfted. 4 yeaner, whrle iaeket, blue hoop s, ad red cap Mr. . Clee's bg Gl e Craek.4 4 y ear. ge e haket and cap Mr. . Mi. Gersb gGam estCr,eyes, blue and blaet Mr. A. fiensolt' b h legeaas e, blaeck ad hblte stripe and blkeacp T BC2oRD LC-. THE BERLLINO BST. ? E. Mr. W. Kest'sJesa.,e cBollvar, eged, deP, black Me. H. Wliecnolt's c g Old sna, 5 yese, £50, green sad bloc ]Mr..euDeine'leg Lord Ba...
Local and District News. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 23 May 1862
aocal anb tutrict NetW. -a-t- FarT BSTo MaaK?n.-We feel gratified to notice omit more evidence of the progress of Queensland, in'thie movement which has just taken place toward the estab. lishment of a market for fat stoek. In anothercolsmn e publish a requisition, signed by all the butche iof Brisbane and Ipswich, addressed to Messrs. Fattorini and Co., requesting them to endeavonr to establish suneb a market, and also their reply thereto, agreeing to make the attempt. We believe that Messrs. Fattorin and Oo. arepossessed of many cilicies for carrying out the ab. ject, and we should think that in the presentcircum,. stances of the colony the attempt only requires to be made to prove successful, as it must be advantageous both to the producer and consumer of stock. Ma. H. Hovr~'s E rTETarINMET.x.-W beg' tO draw the attention of osr readers to Mr. Hondin's ea tertainmenta at the Hail of the School of Arts this ?ea. ing, and on Saturday and Monday evenings. The pro gramme of the eveni...
LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. WEDNESDAY, MAY 21. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 23 May 1862
LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. WEDNESDAY, MAYr S. The SPEAL~E took the chair at twenty-fira minute past three. PETITrON. Mr. EDMONDSTONE presented a petition from a number of inhabitants at Kedron Brook, praying that a saum might be placed on the estimates for the repair of the road from George and Albert streets, Brisbane, to Kedron Brook. On the motion of the hon. member, the petition was received. EDUCATIONAL BOARD BEPORT. The SPEAKER stated to the House that aletter from the Secretary of the Educational Board tad been placed in his hands, together with a report from that Board, he would suggest in order to obviate all difficulties, that an hon. member who was one of the Board ahould present the papers. Mr. RAFF rose to explain how it wase that the report had been sent in in this manner. And then brought up the report of the Education Board for 1861, and begged to lay it on the table of the House., After a pause, The COLONIAl SECRETARY ease to more that the report be not received. "He had...