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EXPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 3 June 1862
EXPORT8. Buonaparte: 54 'hides, 2 bundles sklins, G. Raf & Co; 1?6 casks tallow, 119 hides, Skyring; 20 oases . eroseneol!, 3 bales lhops, J. Pettigrew & Co.; 200 bage dLour, 2 paeoksges, M. Hughes; 50 tone pig iron, J. & G. Harris.
POLICE OFFICE, IPSWICH. Friday, May 30. Before the Police Magistrate. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 3 June 1862
POLICE OFFICE, IPSWICH. Friday, May 80. Before the'Police Magistrate. ThomasHanlan.pleaded guilty to a eharge of 'inde cency, and swas fined £D5: in default 48 hours' imprison. mert. Timothy Ryan, William Evans, and James Wilhirab w,,ere fined, the tio former 10s;, and the 'latter l., fsor: drunkennes, or 24 hours'iapriaoame ." t. John Donighau, chaged with esing insulting Ln.. guageto a coustable, ,aas fand guilty, and tined. 10.,. with s. 6d. costs,.
OFFICIAL NOTIFICATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 3 June 1862
OFFICIAL NOTIFICATIONS. (From the Government Gcaeit~ A"PPoINTMETS.-.eorge F.' Pr;e, Esq toU , . Cadet iu the Native Police Force; the HonorableDail " F'oley Robert, Shepherd'Smith, and'Nehemih"ah Binl3r. , Esquires, as Trustees or the Iand gmuted to thei8Bmbae' Oricket Club; James Gordon, Nsq., O.P,8, to 'krbnC"6 MIlaster for Port Denison, in theroom of Mr. H. tlinlaTi? Mr. W. H. Bousfleld, to be Pilot at Rockhamptoti.a "" :: Pu?neL WHA F, RocKa MPruTO.-The wharf -re. cently erected at Roekhlamplon, ahd tDow ?om?dnly known as the Government Whar, is declared t -i?, His Ezcelleuoy the Governor to be a Public Wharf.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 3 June 1862
SALES BY AUCTION. TENT FOR SALE. H M. COQKBURN has received instructions I S from Mr. C. Hasoon to sell by public auction, on the Bacecourse, On WEDNESDAY, JUNE 4, immediately after the "Corinthian Stakes" Race, THE WHOLE OF THE MATERIALS OF HIB TENT, now erected on the Racecourse, measuring 40 feet by 20 feet. Terms, cash. 461 TBAM OF WORKING BULLOCKS. On FRIDAY, the 6thday of June, 1862 F ATTORINl & CO. have received instructions Sfrom Mr. JoNss MuRPBr to sell by public auction, at their rooms. Eaststseet, Ipswich-. SOt FRIDAY, the 6th of JUNE next, At 12 o'clock noon, A,Team Gef Eight Working Bullocks, with dray, yfpes, bows, and tarpaulins complete --all it for immediate work, the draysaving been only eed once. Teras at Sale. 440 ';50 O I '1HEAD OF HORSES. To be Sold ?ay Public Auction, on Friday, the S6th Instant. H - M. OOCKBURN has received instructions to SSell by nPblic Auction, at the Corpo. ration Sale Yards: . On FRIDAY, the 6th Instant,. at 11 o'clock precisely,...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 3 June 1862
... . .,,.; . - T .B .. ---, . . Bta6ibkttitoi-The amount of mbhariptiton to the Q?eenmJUl' nmee '15Seen Shillin and. Bixpence p quart&,ýf jiid In. dvance, or.Eight Shillings and Six-: penoeu6dit4 The t ar ter t inite on the 0Oth Sep tember, 81Bt December, 81tt March, and 80th June,.at wbichioae,e.W, eon suuabacribera decline, by giving aotlie, and paying the amount due to the end of the tearmt quarteT. . . Singles?apl? a .ipWap . ADyInTi Oma arerr ilserted eccording to the fol. lowinog pats r Two lines............. ...... 1 0 Fo r lin *,.................... · . . :......... .2 ;0 Six lines ........ ... .....; ..... 2 6 Eight lines, orondeone ' l i ..;t..-t 0 , Eery additional eight-linesor inch 1 0 The following Discount is allowed on all advertise. Munt continued-' Foi 6 iniertloin ............... 0 per ot. 18 ' . .. .............. is . o: ' ;2 ' "' '- ';;..........'..... 25 , All .ertiseli.nt must speoify on the face of 'them Ihe 4i00w of timea they'ce to be insertea , o ...
Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 3 June 1862
t)ipptn3 Ontrttlligence. ARRIVALS. W • - - May 28.-Samson (a.), 200 tons, Captain F. C. Knight, from Wide Bay 26th instant. Passenger-i in the steerage. May 29.-Balelutha (s.), 600 tons, Captain Trouton, from Sydney 26th instant. Passengers-Miss Clarke, Mr. and Mrs. Kerr, Rev. W. H. Walsh, Misses Forbes, Abbott (2), Messrs. R. Tooth, B. Maynard. Davis, Morrison, Thompson, C. Zahll, Bell C. J. Dick, F. Greenhill, lH. Ledger, H. Coxen, T. H. Jones Black, Coker, Professor Parker, and 85 in the steerage. May 30.-Don Juan, schooner, 130 tons, Captain Arnold, from Sydney 22nd instant. R. Towns & Co., agents. May 30.-.Jone, schooner, 142 tons, Captain Stewart, from the Richmond River.' H. S. Grenfell, agent.
THIRD DAY—THURSDAY, JUNE 5. FIRST RACE. (To start at half past 11 o' clock.) [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 3 June 1862
THIRD DAY-THURSDAY, JUNE 5. ' FJRRT BRACE. ?Ta start at hilf past 11 o'clock.) The NORTH AUSTRALTAlI PLATE of One Hundred and Fifty Sovereigns, with a sweepstakes of Five. .uineas each added. For. all horses. Second honrse to receive £35 from the prize. Three miles, Weight for age. Entrance, £10, . eOOhD RACE. The. QUZRNSrsLAND TRIAL STAKES of Fifty Sore. reigns, with a sweepstakes of Three Sovereigns each" added, for all two.year-olds. One 'nile. Colts, 8st. 7fbs.; fillies, 8st. 41bs. Half forfeit if declared by Monday, 6th day 'of'May neit. Secbnd 'horse to receive Ten Pounds from the stakes; third horse to save his sweep. En. traeice, FiveGuineas. To close on Friday, the 4thday of Apzdl next.. . . . ?D RACE. The Lfrgp' PeBss of Forty-five Pounds, pit £ Sweepstakes of Two Onineaseach for the iecond horse. For all borses. Two miles. ?Weight for age. Winners of one race during the meet nlg to carry llbs. extra; of two or more raoes, 111bs. eitra. FOURTH BACE. The CosoLrAnoorSnxee of...
THE NORTH AUSTRALIAN ANNUAL RACES. No. IV. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 3 June 1862
THE NORTH AUSTRALIAN ANNUAL BACES. " [skoM ow sraORTanG e o o rsTfliraO No. IV. - The day has nowarrived when the competitors for Ahe various races have to meet, and. as it is the opinion of many sage observers that the horses themselves take an interest in the racefor which they contends, have no doubt that theyare very anxios to prove their claims, to the respecti rizes. . Mr. Rawkins observes tat" t doctor's'ianot a bed of Ros4m FoL-" this might also1 e applicableto jockeys as well as doitor-si ad those who befIold : he "lads" "sporting the silk" like a lot of ariegated tulips, ma hardly inmgioe the penance they have -i Undergo, in order .to keep thesirle down in weight besfore Aivingi at their gay apperanc memy Ingoldsby, in 'ie of his poem if o ur memory is correct) a ysa - ".' ' .. ; .: ; . . . . h.Nothing is waking, save misuhief audfaking And a few who are sitting up brewing and bakig," and seems quite to have overlooked the printer,who trils through "the peaceful midnight b...
SECOND DAY—WEDNESDAY, JUNE 4. FIRST RACE. (To start at half-past 11 o'clock.) [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 3 June 1862
SECOND DAY-WEDNEBDAY, JUNE 4. FILST BACB. (Fo start at holf.pat 11 o'clck.) HUBsnDLE Race of Fifty Sovereigns Three times rouhd the Course. Over nine leaps, 4 feet high. Carrying list. Open to all riders. Entrance, £56. 5ECOND RACE. secorr a?L Hurcz HUmr.DLE Bae of Tenty 0overeigns, for all untrained horses. Weight for age. Mile beats, over three leaps, ft. 6in. Post entrance, £2. THIBD BAio. QuEme'es PaTe of One Hundred Guineas, for all horses. Threeuiles, :one event. Entrance 2 aivereigoa. Weights to be carried, 2yra. Zst. 121bs.; 3yrs. 7st. 21b.; ji. 9st. 2lb.; yrs. Ot, mt lbs a nd aes.d jib.b Mares' geldingsalloTvedllhe. 'POODLE Ba-ns. The Coarraures STnLa, of Fifty Pounds, with a sweepstakes of Three Guineas each, for the second'horse; for all horses, the winner of the Maiden Plate excluded. Mile heats, carrying list. To be ridden by members of the Horth Australian Jockey Club. Entrance £5. Private Matches to be run for on this d. .ITER BAJe. QUeENe?SAa WRELTEB, Of Fifty Pounds...
RULES. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 3 June 1862
RULEB; She.1orth-Australian Jockey Club rules will be strictly adheredl to. SAll riders to appe~r ie j6ckey osuntme.i All dogs found on the course will be destroyed. A subscription of Three Guineas to quality for all races, with the exception of Back Races for which one guinea willquilify. SParties are particularly requested to name their colours st the time of entrance, as a fine of. Two (Guineas each will be rigidly enforced in default. That in case of only one entrance for a race, the 6rae so entered shall beallowed the prise on walking oeer, lesstwo additional entrances. When only two horses are entered, the winner shall be allowed the prie, less one additional entrance. Weights to be arried: 2 ye old ...... ... .7t. ".... t. 41bs. 5 "... ..9t. 11 lbs. 6 and aged . .6 11 . a . Maidens allowed S|bs., mares apd gelding albu. Peesof Gate-Horses, ls.; Vehicles, 2s. Gd. CHARLES L. D. ?'TTORINI, * ,? l...... '..... H Bonorary Secretary. Ipswilch, bruary 15th, 62. . :, 150') I liw.e: P...
THE BUDGET. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 3 June 1862
THE BUDGET. WE must certainly congratulate tlie COLONIAL TRttASRER on tile improvement which Iise taken place in his mode of making his annual financial statement. Last year there was a wandering from one Eubject to another which left his hearers in a complete maze; this year, however, there is a sequence and continuity wlich renders tie subject plain to most people. There cannot be the slightest doubt in the mind of any person who has taken an interest in tlhe progress of the colony, that the TREABUtER is fully justified in his anticipations as regards income, and it will depend greatly upon the memblrs of the Assembly whether his ideas concerning the expenditure for the year are equally well grounded. We are well aware that the members con nected with nearly every district in the coloiy wil! be anxious to distinguish themselves, by obtaining some special vote for a ria'l or bridge, or some other public work in their district. This, however, we have often pointed out to be a danger...
DIARY. MEMORANDA FOR THE WEEK. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 3 June 1862
DIARY. ,OKAN IDA PoX THE WEEE. I ?un 8 I HlghWatrn Bf Iz. Rites. uSets. hI orn. I SI TUESAT ...... 6 4610 6 8 1 46 2 O 4 I WnDWEsUA! ... I 6 4 8 8 I2 3 I-28S 6 | TuerIDT . 4..... 6 6 4 I 6 3 1 / 6 I PI~JDAT ......... I 47 5 I 4 0 4 20 7 I SArnnar ...... 648 6 7 442 1 60 8 B| SusA ....4... . 8 48 1 7 I 24 6 60 9 I MosDAY ......... I 6 49 I 7 I 2 0 1 060 The difference In thme between high water at tihe liar and Bresbahe Is1 hour45 minute., and Iparich 6 hoars 25 minue., wlhich difference must he added to the time of high water on the 8.r. Theeaaterly winds on the tuaat of the Bay, and the (ceshee In herrlner, oflen auie,, variation from our table, but tlleae are merely aceldental, and governed by no known law. je t tUE(rnflan iimes. IPSWICH, TUESDAY, JUNE 3, 1862.
MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 3 June 1862
S MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. S.The usual weekly meeting took place at the Court Hopse yesterday. After waiting some time for a uorum, the following Alderman were present-The .yr, B. Cribb, Watkins, Stanley and Thompson. e minutes of the previous meeting were read and confirmed. 'The overseers report was tead for the two past weeks. A letter was read from Mr. A. Gaskarth on the subject of wharfage. The Mayor explained that Mr. Gaskerth had applied for a lease of o1 feet frontage which was supposed to be forleited by Mr. Moran, but as the motion was not carried for.forfeiting the lease of the frontages not paid for, Mr. Moran would still have a claim, hut if he did not at once ay the rent, Mr. Gaskarth would have the first right to DOLLARD AND CO's COINTBACT. A letter was read from E. Lockhart respecting the metalling ef Brisbanestreet. The Mayor explained that a contract had been taken for the metalling ol Brisbane-street, the work had been done three feet narrower than the usual width, the ...
Local and District News. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 3 June 1862
ILocal antb isitrict N eWs. PoaS-omrCK MONET OaRDEa.-We obserm w;th pleasure that the post-office order system is to be initiated between this town and Brisbaneon the 1st July, and it is also to be extended to other towns in the colony as soon as the Postmaster General can complete the necessary arrangements.-The charge for an order not exceeding £5 will be 6d. and over £5 and not exceeding £10, Is.; the orders will be payable at sight-only one order to be issued or payable to the same person in one day. TEw IrPWICe COTTON COMPANr.-It will be seen by or advertiting columns that this Company are ebout to apply to PsAiamest 1o1n, act of inoro mo tion. t'"o CosCTncroas;We have 'to e =i*iiMi'-ltft r that the Tenders for the ereceion .of Bridge over the Lower Condamine, Court House it Warwick, Powder -Magsnineat Ipswich, and Look up at Laidley, hare to be sent in on or before Saturday next the 7th inst. CATTE A.N SHEEP EETUBNa--We again call the httention of those interested to the neces...
SYDNEY. PRODUCE CIRCULAR. [O. B. EBSWORTH.] [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 3 June 1862
8YDNEY. PRODUCE oIROULAR. ( o:B. .naswoRT.] Wool.-The principal lota changing hands at auction to.day consisted of skin and odd lots of wool, for which, however, late prices could not be obtained. A portion of a Northen. clip, consisting of'88 bales, was not placed, the limit placed by the owners being unobtain able. Sheepskins.-No fullfleeced skins to hand. and only partly grown have been offered, which have sold from 4d to 6d per lb. Tallow.-The supply of shipping parcels is unequal to the demand, and the market is firm at 84s for beef; mized ineltieg is worth 82s to 34s, according to quality, for home consumption. Mutton inquired for, and good. bodied, bright and clean, would command 40s to 41e from the home trade. J Hides.-Only a few first-class have come to hand, and the market must be reported nominally the same as last reported. SCircular.Quay, 22nd May.
FATTORINI AND CO.'S STOCK AND STATION CIRCULAR, FOR THE MONTH OF MAY, 1862. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 3 June 1862
FATTORINI AND C0.'8 TBrocE AND STarrTow CaIRUc a, ro THE MaOTWH O MAT, 1863. STATIoNs.--Enquiries are still made for really first. clas runs, which can readily be disposed of. We have mo sales to report, buthane heard of several large trans actions. In CATTLE SnTAooa the market is dull. No de mend. - SHEE.-aThere has been an'unusual demand for younag breeding sheep, principally by Melbourne buyers ansd parties with country who are obliged so stock forthwith to secure their tenures. We could lhave sold any number during t~he past month, but the demand is far above thie supply. Our sales have been 3000 maiden ewes, at 16s.; and3000 breeding hleep, principally 2 to 4 years with a few aged, at 14o. We bea of a sale to Mr. Ak.K. Collins of 8000 ewes at 19. Stogs 8nsEr.-There has been very little improve menmit since out last circular. Tim demand for wethers, howev?er, still econtines, and there eme several purelasers in thle market. We quitted 4000 fmut the Burnett dis trict at 8s. equal...