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LONDON WOOL SALES. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 27 May 1862

LONDON WOOL SBALES. Sale by Messrs. Janomb and Co., Friday, February 28th :--E Nile: A&RL, 10 at 27d, 8 at 24d. Ex Bessie: B&T, 13 at 17td, 7 at 17d, 2 at 18Id; A&S over Cleveland, 2 at 26d, 1 at 241d, 4 at 2lid, 2 at 15d. Ex Rifleman: M&D, 1 at 22jd; Sandeman, 13 at 26td, 4 at 26d, 5 at 21Bd, 3 at Bed, 2 at 19td; Gregory, 7 at 21d, 7 st 20ld, 12 at 19d ; Gregory and Co., 2 at 22d, 1 at 20d, I at T17d, 2 at 101d, 1 at 29Bd, I at 286d; AB, 5 at 20d, 1 at 19d, 2 at 10d; DJMC, 18 at 27d, B at 26Bd, 1 at 16d; PR in diamond, O at 29d, 4 at 28d; X in circle.over Moreton Bay, 2 at B21d; TB oeve M. Bay, S at 202, 8 at 19d. Sale by Mesrs. J. T. Bimes and Co., Saturday, March let :--Ex Hollinside: McD over Burnett, 18 at 211d, 2 at led; HB Fiis, 16 at 21d, 2at 19d, 8 at 17td. Ex Nile: HB Fity, 2 at Bed, 6 at 22d, 1 st 81d; AB con joined, 8 at 2lId, 7 at 21d, 10 at 18d, 7 at 17d, I at 8Id. Ex Rifleman: SB Fitl, 2 at 28, S at 24ad, 9 at 22Bd, 1 at 20d, 2 at"20d; ...

Publication Title: Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser
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Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
MATCH BETWEEN TELEGRAM AND THE OLD GENTLEMAN, £25 A SIDE. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 27 May 1862

MATCH BETWEEN TELEGRAM AND THE OLD GENTLEKAN, £25A BIDE. On Saturday last Mr. J. Gore Jdi~es;,thle carefulowner ofthe Old Gentleman " came up with his horseey the road from Brisban--the old boiie wasin excelleritcondi tion, but the race does not appeheto have caunsd inch laterest. At about quarter past 12 on Monday there were, however, a great number of horseman and a few pedestrians on the couree to see the result, bat we acarcely beard of any bets made. Telegram esme on eatlher late and looked heantiful, from the apperanee on the course before starting, he seemed as if he would ha it all his own way : but there were nevertheless several parties who would have backed the old horse at 8 to-i but the Telegram party were not inclined to lay oddo, although the appearanoe of their horse was so promising. Sereral of the Stewards of the Jockey Club were present and Mr. Joshua P. Bell acted as starter, Mr. Yaldwyn as 'judge. The race was two miles (btwice round the course) and was to have ...

Publication Title: Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser
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ABSTRACT OF SALES BY AUCTION. THIS DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 27 May 1862

ABSTRACT OF SALES Bf AUCTION. THIe DAY. By Mr. H.- M. COociun, at the torponatio. Sale , .Yardi at 11 o'clock, 20 head of hrea. :

Publication Title: Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser
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THE NORTH AUSTRALIAN ANNUAL RACES. No. II. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 27 May 1862

THE NORTH AUSTRALIAN ANNUAL* RACES. [FROM O BPOBmRtG OCONTRIBUt1'OR. No. II. According to the promise contained in my last, I now proceed to take some notice of the Sydney horses. Of those entered Tartar is the only one known in Queens. ltnd. He is a chesnut gelding by Cossack out of Gul nare, something under 16 hand high, and 7 years old;. he is in very good form, and under the core of his owner and trainer will, no doubt, come out in fne conditinn. At the last.annual meeting he carried of the Maiden P~late, in two heats, carrying Sat. 8bs., beating Beppo, 4 years, 9st. I lb.; Fisherman, 3 years, 1st.; Black Eagle, 5 years, 9st. Slbs.; and Sinbad, 3 years, 8st. 2lbs.; nd was afterwards beaten by Huntsman for the Welter race at the eame meeting. Tartar has a thorough racing appearance, especially when in action; has a good, though not a fine head, low wither, is very straighlt in the back, closely ribbed up, and with exceedingly power ful loins and quarters; has good legs under him,...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 27 May 1862

SALES BY AUCTION, 2o HEAD OF HORSES, To be Sold by Public Auction. H Mi. COCKBURN ha received instructions . to Sell by Public Auction, at the Corpo. ration Sale Yards. THIS DAY, the 27th Instant, at 11 oclock precisely, 20 HEAD OF HORSES, from-the McIntyre. These horses are all a superior lot. he whole of them are broken-in, and among them are seeral first-rate weight-carrying Iauks. Terms,lash. 888 4 HEAD OF HoRSES. : H M COOKBIUEN has receivd instructions Sfrom Mesars..F. and F. Bigge, to hell by Pubhlc Auction, at the Corporation dale Yards, SOn MONDAY, the 2od JUNE, At Ir o'clock precisely, the following HORSES, viz.: "Maroon"-A brown horse,tB.years old, bySailor o out of Pastille, by Associate, imported. Grandsire of Zoe by mhother's side. " "Biumale"--A hay colt, 8 years old, full brother to Maroon S'Tobv"-A.bay horse, 6 years old, by Abraham o. ut of Queen Mab. SGrey Colt."--A grey colt, 5 yearn old, out of .lNina by Sailor. Terms, Cash. 384 STEN ? TOCK HORSES, - ONE STAUNCH...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 27 May 1862

TER Si C'e ?tuttn0Ianb timn. °T. ?.'BR'?'' nSuscarrrvso.--Tke amount of subsoliption to the Ooesulatt Tinte.in.Seven Shillings andSixpenoe per 'quarter, if paid in advance, or Eight Shillings and, Six pence credit The quarters terminate on the 80th 8ep. tMber, 81st December, Sist Ketch, and 80th Jne, at which periods only can subscnribers decline, by gving motice, and paying the amount due to the end of the ) orrentlqurtelr. Bingl copies, Sixpemone. Anzvasniucmrs am, inserted asoording to the fol lowing scale;- . Two lnes................... .......... 1 0 Fourlines.............. ...... . 0 Six lines ............. ......... 4 Eight lines, or under one inch ...... 0 o Every atditional eight lines, or inch 1 0 The following Diecount is allowed on all idrertiie. anentscontinued For d inertionl ............. 10 per cent. S . .......;.... 5 ,,' All advertisements msut specify on the face of them the ?amber of times they are.to be inserted, ort'hey will becontinuedtilleountermaded and char...

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CLEARANCES. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 27 May 1862

OLIrEA EaA'IB. ; May S.--Gil Blua, brig, 176 tons, Oaptain Mies, for. Newcast]e, ip beat. ,. . . , * ,ray 22.-- Ireadon; brig, J) tqn, C rptain iCnrg, forNercsle .inbulit. Pa,,enge?a-Miir Craig.

Publication Title: Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser
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Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 27 May 1862

hb0ping *ntdlhtiincrc. ARRIVALS. 22y .-Telegraph, (a{), 700 tons, Captain O'Beilly. from Sydney the 19th instant. Passengersn-Mr. and Ms. . Ewbank, child and serant, Mr. pn Mre. A. Norton, Mr. and Mrs. Williamson, Mrs. 'Miles, Mra. H. O'Reilly, Miss Miles,MiM A. Miles, Miss Peate, Miss Johnson, Miss orlands, Miss Pollard :Miss Sbeafe, Commodore Seymour, O.B., Osptain Sheaffe, Master Miles, Messrs. . W. Berish, R.N, A. Tooth, 0. Forbes, W. Stetchen, Hanks, A. H. Sheaffe, W. Arher, Bloom Seld, Kingemill, Hopkins, L. Mor, W. Macabe, E. H. Pollard, J. Little, Lathen, and 18 in the steerage. May 22.-Fanny, achooner, 9 tons, Captain Smith, frem Sydney. Paesegerk--Menr. Bullock and Tully. J. and . Harri, agent; . May 24.-Clarenoe, steamer, Captain Cottier,from the Northern'Porte. Pasenger--(From Bookhbampton) Mr. and Mrs. Howard St. George, Mis Lear, Mr. and Mrs. Clarendon Stewart, servant, and ehild, Messrs.. Ansdrews,-. O-egory,- nrlude,' ·Henning, O. De Satlg, Sylrester, y,, Ckerell, Ma...

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ANOTHER MURDER BY THE BLACKS. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 27 May 1862

Aworeaima oUBe By TnE RLacsa.-A gentlemaen, upon whoje authority we tean place every reliance, fur. niahed us weththe following communication last week: "Accounts have 'oome to hand fom the Lower. Balonne of another diabolial murder.harvingibeen com mitted by'the blacks. It appears that two travellers,. young men, were journeying from the Bogan River Company's Station, on the Darling to pur coilony, and had reached Mr. Spring's station. They left the fol lowing morning, hating well furnished swaga, ontaining. blanlkets, tc., which it is supposed was the temptation inducing the murderers. Havin prpoceeded some ten miles of the rier, they were joinby theLaa blacks, one of whom named ' Barney ' has livred for years as a etookl man upon the stations nesir that locality. The blacks decoyed the men off the road under a promise to show a abort cut, and on reaohing the river, the travellern refused to cross, and determined upon returning tothe road. Before reaching it however, they lhad to ...

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IPSWICH POLICE COURT. Friday, May 23. Before F. North and H. M. Cockburn, J.P.'s. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 27 May 1862

IPSWICH POLICE COURZT. Friday, May 28. Before F. North and H. M. Cookeburn, J.P.'s. Mary Allan was fined 5s. for using insulting language; in default, 24 hours in the eells. John Aitken and Ann Darker were charged ithateTil ing 8 fowls, the property of Patrick Dowling, of the Sportsman's Arms, Little Ipawich. Mr. Collins defended the prisoner Aitken. Sergeant Careeson deposed that he searched thil house of the female prisoner on Thursday last, by virtue of a search-warrant; in her bedroom found some feathers and the entrails of fowls, and.in a pot near the fire parmt of some fowls; he then apprehended the prisoner, and ex plained to her the charge; she said the fowls were given to her by one John Aitken to cook for dinner, as he and his wife were going to dine with~her; Aitken was not present when she madethin statement; she also said that she asked him where he got them, and he replied, that was his business; witness aftnrwads' eent to Aitkn 'ss dray, to makes search, and to apprel...

Publication Title: Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser
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LATEST INTELLIGENCE. SYDNEY. Friday, 5 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 27 May 1862

LATEST INTELLIGENCE. BY ELECTRIC TErt?RAPH. (Froran the Corier.) SYDNEY. Friday. 5 p.m. The Three gold escorts have broulht down during the week over ten thousand (10,000) ounces. General trade is comparatively inactive. Rice is firm at former quotations. Brandyis being quitted at 13s. Oilman's stores show a slight improvement. Saturday night. The icehouse on Circular Quay was totally des troyed by fire this morning. A grand review of Volunteers took place in the Domain to.day, il honor of her Majesty's birthday. About 1500 Volunteers were present, and an immense concourseof citizens assembled to witness the spectacle-the weather beipg all that could be desired. His Excellency the Governor and suite were on the ground.

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BANKING. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 27 May 1862

flA24KING.* Tan~ suaceas whbich baa attended-tbesdtempt to :estoblihna~ .Insuias6e Company in~hb~qoJlyn will probablpr4ead g1o an~·cgflht~ib, .fof~ B Bauki ·g Vcmplan oua.sorm a~~·r hatail~:~i&~ a ' This, however, will depend upon the conduct of our Government. If they are prepared to. establish a National Bank, it will be far more Sbeneficial to the colony, and the public, than any bank could be that is established by a proprie tary. The Government possess advantages of incalculable value in this respect, for as yet none of the banks at present carrying on busi ness in this colony have had any charter con ferred upon them, and therefore they could have no claim for compensation, as the banks of the other colonies would have if the governments thereof interfered with their rights to issue notes and other privileges. This colony, having escaped the misfortune which the other colonies have incurred in this respect, is placed in a position which will enable it to derive all tha...

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Local and District News. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 27 May 1862

aocal satb Uiatrict NeIn0s. BosxeTs roa TrE BLAoxe.-About 120 Aborigines assembled at the Court-House on the Queen's Birthday to receive their usual present of blankets and clothing. They were however disappointed in the latter for the Government have provided no shirts or trousers this year, and the blaekfellows oxpresesd their disappointment by saying "bsal budg-rrey blanket, what for not give 'em wonsa and shirt, nights very cold." There were only about one third of the usual number of aborigines assembled on Saturday; we hear that a large number are assembled at Pullen Pallen near Laidley to have a fight. Tax Qurne' BrnBrrnsn.-Satsurday let, the 24th instant, was observeds a general holiday; and being a beautiful day, many' parties availed themselves of the opportunmity then afforded them 'of taking a trip into the country, forming pie.nic parties, &e. The children of the Congregational Sunday eehools to the number of two hundred, were treated by their teachemrs to a pie...

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MELBOURNE. Friday afternoon. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 27 May 1862

MrELBOURNE. Friday afternoon. The Legie ative Council rhave tefu~n sd to prdceedt with the consideration of the Land Bill, until certain aerplanationas have beaen afforded with regard to the agoricultural areas. Another serious accident has occurred on the rail way. A wember of the Upper House, and the engine driver both had their legs broken. Baturday. The Education Bill brought in by Mr. O'Shanassy has been thrown out. Mr. Heales' measure on the same esubject has been read a second time. Mr. Dill, the printer of the Arga, has commenced proceedings against the Speaker of the Assembly for false imprisonment.

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MAILS CLOSE. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 27 May 1862

I(AIILS COS3E. Fox Basrewz.-8B p~m. daily (Sundays .iepte). Foag DBLYTON AID TOOWO oxsL-Tuudny.Q ~ tt 11.45 nam.; and ! iiday, at 8 p.m. F~o aN WZOLC~-MOWdgqS at 1p~m. *Bl 1Iridaya, 'Fok Lzr~OUaitE' (Canal Orsee).-LEvryr 'Tue~a~a, at 11·4S a.m., by Drayton ; a avery~xl~4U 48 n.m.. .bp Warwick.

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ARRIVAL AND CLOSING OF THE MAILS. MAILS ARRIVE. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 27 May 1862

ARRIVAL AMD CLOSING OP THE MAILS. MAILS ABIVE. Faox BBRIBaBE.-Daily at 7 p.m. (Smnda' exoepted.) Faox Da~ro.N, MAX To0oowoBA.--SundTy,,8 p.m. and Thursday, 8 p.m. FBOM WAWIOL.-Sundays and Thurdray, at 6 p.m.

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DIARY. MEMORANDA FOR THE WEEK. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 27 May 1862

.Di i.... . N DIARY. uOIDDL roseL Tpm WoX.L Mtv. 1 n 4 HIghWlr. on B: * a. " Rises. Sets. hI Mom. B Afro .27 T DnTr ...... 4 42 . l 111. *.i 8. 4 s8 I WDWXr .AT* ... 4?I | 10 . 2L0 I | 4 9 Tauloa.t ...... I 48 1 10 1010 10 8S 0 IFMPar ......... 44 | 10 2 11 It MSt I SATURDA .... 44 9I II O 11 0 * ODml ' ...... 4 a S I o ll 1 2 IThe dliiee II, time btrween high woter st the »um'da *Brlsmi I hour 14 miutes, 'nd Ip'wioh hb 1ours mlnptis, achtlffreunce must bhe iddd to the time ofhigh woter on the The u00.217 wilnds pn the 005 of' theBs.cMly 5 the frsheer In Oberiver, often euusea rsiston from our table, but these 5r Sfelerely scldeutnl, nd hbyeroed by no knoon ,w. IP8WIOH, TUESDAY, MAY 27 ? 1862(1

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CRINOLINE : THE IMPENDING REVOLUTION. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 27 May 1862

CRINOLINE: THE IMPENDING REVOLU TION. (Frorm tse Saturnay revietr, farch 1 ) Is it perulfed to us to discuss an article of feminine attiret That is a point upon which the doctors of etiquette and the pundits of refinement will differ. We, know that there are those who would bar of such subjects as too sacred for virile pen to profano with its touch. In their eyes, the physicians who preach upon the text of stays, and the caricaturists .who record the aohievrePeits of crinoline, are sacrilegious wretches, who, if the nineteenth century gave any opportunity for sneh crimes, wopjd asve been the Acueons. or the Peep. ng. ToPs of their age. But there are social grsevances which obtrude themselves so forcibly, that they transcend all the powers of polite endur ance; and of these crinoline is one. It has idbreased, is i?eaesipg, ,an ough» to be dmInishqd . We would, if it were possible, gladly uphold the gracef ilusion whichb assumes a perfect ignorance in evre raseonline mind of the mecha...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 27 May 1862

BIRTH. At Rockhampton, on the 14th inst- ant, Mrs. Leith Hay of a son.

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Home and Foreign Extracts. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 30 May 1862

P nit ittx $OccRtigtt 3arctwsi- -- I - Her Majesty and some of the Royal ?amily were driving the.h n'ighbourhood of LondAn the other day, when her attention bes attracted by the stock in-tradeof spoor Italian vendor of images. The carriage wes ordered to be stopped, .and with her aboracteriatie consideration and kindness of beasrt her Majesty became a purchaser of sevteral of the I images. lnt here a lauIghable incident oecure; when the Queen ordered the Italian to boliberally rewarded it was discovered that none of the partty had suficient cash to furnish the sum reqoired. The money, however, was soon afterwards pro wjred. of It is a notable, fat, of conslderabls .eaignif8caoce to all who sale an interest in the philosophy of .clothes, that nearly every one of the sovereigns of Continential Europe makes the military coat his ordinary dress. The rulers of Portugal and of Swede n, and, to a-certain extent, the head oflmperial F'nmooe, are, we believe, the only morsarghs who ever wrap...

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