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NEW ZEALAND. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 30 May 1862
NEW ZEALAND. Wisn CoaerT GowD7 .Th Th. arrieal of the Pipsy yesterday Irm 4the River 'Bller with 725 pnnRs.of gold, sbowP that e West Coast gold.elds. r prgresmsig atissptonriy; and we hear on goiod prlmo!ritSy Vt a.ponsisderable .quantity of gold remaios in the hand of theldiggersm, particularlv the natives, there being no one on the spot in a position to purchase it. The unnhbetof itigers on the West Coast sarcely exceeds' sixty, so that we b]pe a 'hpretty d droofoltiohe~bns o i ~oZnBald, There is a strong ditpositio on'tie pert of marnyofI the diggers to purescsiaand?~a d settle in the 4? trlet:-Nelos Rwisier Aprf i 7b, Etmharpeno .-VYelp ais arisrn n st Iabat pst three o'eloQ* 'I. ofearthqpuke wa flin thi.... - 1.". . .
IRRIGATION IN AUSTRALIA. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 30 May 1862
IBBIOaTIoS s AusTBAtA.--A correspondent of the Melbourne Argus thus describes a visit to a frwm po.the Camppei4stliv.e~ .bitchis nadercultivr. tion :-" Pleasant was it to turn off from the dusty road, and see below us one large expanse of beauti ful dark green, looking so cool and pleasant Cfram the fountains of water constantly raining upon it. The farm, which by the way is the property of Mr. farney, reminded me of one in the dear old country. The rich g6lden stacks, which were trimmed with a nicety appertaining only to a model farm, the jolly laszy-ooking pigs basking in the sun on heaps of straw, the plump turkeys, and the happy-looking poultry, all formed a contrast to what I had seen dnring the previous days, Everything denoted what in England we should call a comfortable and and well-managed homestead. After being greeted by the hostess with a real Irish welcome, we went down to the flat to inspect the irrigatiDg process. In doing so, we passed through the vineyard, which was...
VICTORIA. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 30 May 1862
* , L . ? ·.''" VIWTORIA.. Al: 'etter, dated April 2,justeeelved l n IMeTbonre trom the'Darling country, gives the followingparti. 'enlars respectiug a search for the missing Purlewis S did Wullaghf-" 'Ohes bjectof 'the p rsent ina to :iform you of the resultol ,the trip of two men, I ten tnt to the Paro, with my own 3oipse, and at u b onap ense, tb ste if I could learn. spy tidings edberlewes a M'Onllsah, who were lbs subject otI t.And I regret to say that, with them, ny woretfears have been confirmed. ?tb, felow .acquainted with the PaFr black?s . ?ihpned the men sent put, and he ascertrined heblacks at Bilpa, .an the creek; that the w s'ent (lt from there in the directlot of a'h eback agaid to the creek the .eood ig?4eable fto'find water in the Phsh. They ted ??upthe creek to a place. called *er the blacks sneaked upon them sd iiled ther They then bhurned' iog the camp, with the 1the Which they appropriated n apccrding to tho blacks, e from Bilp? prohs by 16C miles meesured threo...
NEW SOUTH WALES. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 30 May 1862
YEW SOUTH WALES. &lt;From he Sydney Ahrsing Herald.) " ntelligence has reached Sydney of the death of Mrt. Boderick J1. Flapagan, formerly. of Sydney. This gentleman Wss originally cdnnectsed with the colonial Preis, and visited England fIo the purpose of publishing a hittory of New South Wales, on which be had epipended some years of labour. In the Banco Court on Wednesday, ai person named Michael-Pallon obtained a verdict for £1290 against Mr. Sigerson, for the keep and.malnts~ isnce of the defendant's wife (plaintiff's -sister), dunring a pili"l oflnine years-Sigerson having deserted the - woman in 1852 in Americs; Where they were Sanrried.iu 1840. 'Ttis .understood that the Imperial Covermesnt '%i~ decelined to aeept tbshe sovereignty of thea .Pe&ee Islands. The papers relating to the subject t ill probab.ly be laid before Parliament on its aismblin?. r Arbit?tp· bare been appoaited to assess the ilnueoftbe Australian Library building in Bent. atryet,;~ which. th...
ROCKHAMPTON. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 30 May 1862
flOCKHAMPTON. (,Aem s -Rokaowte Bdlitt.) QBStsflOO9oia>Ncoas .-Darisg the week two nugges, both containing qoert, with a small quantity of shotty gold,. have been broght to our gofoefur inspection. The nuggets are both from the Peak Downs, and weigh respectively about l) ass.and I o. The largest is in the possession of Mlr.'d Satge, of Peak Downs, and has a beautiful appi~irate. The smaller one, together with the lposeaold. was shawn us by Mr. Wormnald. A parcelof 1l ozn., procured at the same place, and of which mention was made in a previous issue, also Sontalded a small admixture of quart'. From the . appearance of this iold there is evidently &a:,o 'fdcrahble quantity in the same locality When Mr. de Sangi left Peak Downs, on the 20th oit., the -operations of the diggers, consisting of Nelson'e "party of four and eight or nine others, were limited to thebed of Sandy Creek. Both the above.nmen. tioned nuggets were obtained at a depth not exceeding two to three feet fro...
ABSTRACT OF SALES BY AUCTION. TO-MORROW. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 30 May 1862
ABSTRiOT OF.SALES B! AUCTION. Lo;Monaow. By Mr. H. M, C6o0Ke aN, at the Corporation Ba Yards, at 11 o'olock, 40 to 60 head of horses. By Mr. H, Bowii, at his now Mart, at 8 o'elook, merohiaddioe, -&... · - MONDAY, JUDn 2, By Mr. H. M. CocInonnr, at theOorporation BJe.yard tt 11 o'clock, atook ak draughf bores,
THE NORTH AUSTRALIAN ANNUAL RACES. No. III. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 30 May 1862
THE NORTH AUSTRALIANL ANNTAL SRAVES. raoom ocX SPonrseG oC wrTiaDTolJ . No. IIL • In rmuming the notice of the horses at theang sta' les which were left over from my last, I nblll still lave an incomplete list, aas?eter 'Possum isnotnthere at present. Mr. Watkins' ch. g. Beppo, by Vagrant out of a St. George mare, iran a good second to Tartar for the Maiden Plate last year, when heaeo searcely knoirn and hot thoaght of in trie betting; he baia beutifouli?yle of going, and althoh'gh he has not had long 'to prepare, shows signs t 'being inaitrat-iate coidiiion. He is en gaged in the Selling Stakes, and Ladies' Purse. . sMr. Wienholt's gray threa.yetr-old No.nam, bby Sig lowie, d. Quai, g.d. Fene--hei hitherto appeaied as a winner, except for the Forced Handicap last year at Warwick, where he rad rvery close 'up in company with Euclid, Van Tromp, and untsman, in a two-mie race, after winmng the Two-year'old Stakes the dadyprevious~ly in anter Attbe last yeat's Ipsewichraces,.he ;won a ...
Wednesday, May 28th. Before the Police-Magistrate. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 30 May 1862
ThdyMayT29 2 - lefois the ~ '~ John Williarija was fined flOe. for using obscene 1a.eegisag~; in defsu1t~ 1~ days' leejerisonenent. Jeresuish Breesoesse wee *leeei ha. far elreenhannesm; us Idanla, M hour.' lmpi*anUa~i~. SHugh Flaherty was fined 20s. for drunkennesn. Charles F Chubb v. Frederick Compton.-Tlhis was a summons ease, charging defendant iwith using,~reatehing language to plaintiff, and arcqnirnlp kln tod show cause why hbe shald.not beb.hound over tokeep tile 5eace. ,Mr. Scott, who. appared for defendant, said hat he (defendant) had bden clcerk to plaintiff; his salary had been soppied--sr bhit reason was best known to the plaintiff-and feeling'aggrieved thereby, probably in the heat of "the mnioment defendant made use of strong language, sithout any intention of 'doing bodily harm, and for which he was exceedingly soriy. : The defendant was bomid over to keep the peace for the space of nit months, in his own recognitaoce of £50. Tne defendant made application to his' Wo...
GOVERNMENT SALE OF FORFEITED AND VACATED RUNS. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 30 May 1862
GOVERNMENT SALE OF FORFEITED AND VACATED RUNS. Messrs. W. Dean and Co. sold on Thursday by auction, on behalf of the Government, leases for fve years of the forfeited and vacated runs situated in the Clarence, IMacleay, lighh, Willington, Albert, Warrego, Murrum bidgee, and Moneroo districts. As this was the frst time a sale of this kind has taken place in Sydney, it attracted a large number of the ~anerantile community and those conected with the ?storal interest. There were also several inleenctial uyers from Melbourne and Queensland, who appeared anxious to invest theiro money in this colony. Among those present we noticed Mr. G. Lord, M.L.A.; Mr. Bell, M.L.A.; Hen. W. C. Wentworth, Esq.; Hen. Minister for Works; Mesnrs. R. Towns, Edward Flood, J. F. Josepbhson, J. T. Smith, mayor of Melbourne, - Bell, mayor of Geelong, E. B. Cornish, Rundle, Dangar, Saul Samuel, M.L.A., and Buckland. At the commencement of thie sale, notwithstanding the room was crowded, there was no desire to c...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 30 May 1862
SALES BY AUCTION. FROM 40 TO 50 HEAD OF HORSES. . M. COOIKBURN bhase received instructions to Sell by Public Auction, at the Corpo ration Sale Yards, On SATURDAY, the 31st Instant, at 11 o'clock precisely, FROM 40 TO 50 HEAD OF HORSBBES, about 30 of which are broken-in, amongst which are several Draught Horses and most excellent tacks; also a few brood Draught Mares and light well-bred Mares, stinted to the thorough-bred im ported horse " Planet." Terms, Cash. 446 4 HEAD OF HORSES. H MI! COCKBURN has received instructions Sfrom Messrs. F. and F. Bigge, to sell by Public Auction, at the Corporation Sale Yards, On MONDAY, the 2nd JUNE, At II o'clock precisely, the' following HORSES, vi. : " Maroon"--A brown horse, 6 years old, by Sailor out of Pastille, by Associate. imported. Grandsire of Zoe by mother's side. "Bininale"-A hay colt, 5 years old, full brother S to Maroon. "Tob"'-A bay horse, 6 years old, by Abrabam .out of Queen M?ab. "'Gkey 'Colt.'--A grey colt, 5 years old, out of N...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 30 May 1862
ib Eutarranittan itmtrs. TERMS: tcticrteTtolL.-The amount of subscription to the Queenmand Tnime is Seven ;Shilings and ,Sipence per stiatter, if paid in advanee, or Eight Shillings and Bix ,.' me credit. The quarteras terminate on tlhe 80th;Sep 'Mler,'ltDeoem or, Slt tMarch,"5ia' 80th June, at which perindsoonl can subscribers decline, by givng nose, ad plying the amount due. to th end f the liile epies, Bipence. A TIB?sEtlasrs are inserted seaording to the fol lowing ,le:- . d. ...- T-w line ................................. 1 0 Fonr line.............. ................. * Bixlines .............................. '2 6 Eight lines, or under one inch ...... 0 .0 . Every additional eight lines, or inch 1 0 The following Discount is allowed on all advertise. mint entinued- . • For 6 insertions ............... 10 per cent. S is' 1. , . ....... . 15 . 26 , ............. 25 ,, Ad advertisements must specify on the face of them the number of times they are to be inserted, or they,will be co...
EXPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 30 May 1862
EXPORTS. Telega ph: 25 bales S pocket wool, Panton and Co.; 32 bales S bags wool, 20 oauk tallow, 7 bundles skins, _: H. WIlSon and Co.; 15 balea wool,J. Mortimer; 1 cock tallow, i ease, W. Gray sad Co. 8 oasks tallow; 1 parceleH. V. Ema?l; ; pakeea, Oribbsod Frootec 2 boxes, . P. Bell ; esskc taTlow, wR. S.' Bmithb ;l bale, ex Breme; 1 parcel, M. and H. Levy ; 1 Iparl, Mrs. Banklin; 1 case T. Costes;. 147 case tallow, 2Ot bides, H. B. Ubr.
Shipping Intelligence. DEPARTURES. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 30 May 1862
flipping *nttlligmnc. DEPARTURES. May 7.-Telegraph, steamer, 700 tons, Wptain O'Beilly, for Sydney. PBasengers--Rev. J. W. . Drane, Commodore Seymour, C.B., Master Barrington and servant, Meessa. Parish, T. Andrew, W. leit, H. Tracey, Crol, H. Banniger, T. Adams, A. Anderson, A. Swansz, J. Giben, J. H. Crofton, Veqnon;anB 15 in the steerage. May a7.-Ctarence, steamer, Captain Cottier, tfr the Northern Port.. Plasgsenr--Mesra. H.i. Boyle, i?Aer bach, F. H. Warner, C. F. Gregory, BoWde, Fitzmorris, Pratt VT Brown, B. M. Collyn% Pasooe,-H. Kendall, Syltesta, R. McKeneie, Davies, Stedman, Archer, K. Oobhsm, F. P. HuE ham, Mr. and Mrs. A. Norton, Mrs. Barnes, Mrs. Boyle and infant, -Mm. Dudgeon and infant, and between 20 and ~30 in the ateerage. , • ,. ti May 7.-'.The" Alms, sehooner, 162 to., Captain Blaekloek, for N5WcOtle, i balhlet.
POLICE OFFICE, IPSWICH. Tuesday, May 27. Before the Police Magistrate. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 30 May 1862
POLICE OFFICE, IPSWIC. Tuesday, May t7. Before the Police Magistrate. Timothy Hagerty was fined Se. for drunkenness;' in default 24 hours' imprisonment.. Henry Greenhalgh pleaded guilty to using obscene language, and was fined £1:.in default 14 days' im prisonment in Brisbane Gaol. Henay a. Porter.-Thms was a 'summons' ease under the Masters and Servants' 'Act, for £2 1Ss.,3d. wages, at the rate of £50 per annum. From the evidence it appeared that plaintiff tendered his services to defendant on the 9th of April at the Briekfields; the defendant' wanted the plaintiff to hire for six months at ithe ratelof £60 per annum. The plaintiff objected to engaging for six months, but said he would stay with defendant at £1 per week until he found better work. Thp Vlaintiff then went'on working without entering into ahy further agreement. On the 15th at breakfast plaintiff objeeted to drinking coffee, as he was not aieonstomed to it, and he said he ought to have a quarterof a pound of tea weekl...
CHORAL SOCIETY'S CONCERT. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 30 May 1862
CHORAL SOCIETrS CONCERT. The third concert of the season took place last night, at the hall of the School of Arts. The audience was not quite o numeroueso nonal, but the reserved seats were well filled. , The conret opeied with the Overture to Zampa, , very favourite iee, and which was well performed by the same parties as at the last concert, the M~kssrs. Cameron lending their aid with tenors and violoncellos. The glee byDr. Calleott, "Oh Tarry, Genile Travel. ler," was asuch i general theme for the puiiters in the room, as towhether the "'arty traveller" wo a sailor, that it has quite deprived a'uof attempting anjthing. furthber. Theglee was very well son.' SAfter this followed a solo by Mr. Gaslarth on his cele brated violin. The prelude and air was from Eossini's opera of William Tell, the same, if we recollect aright, that took the audience by surprise at the opening.of the hall ofthe School of Arts. Mr. Oaskarth was loudly encoied, and pertoreied a im tamostaonishing.piecle, c...