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IMPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 29 October 1861
IMPORTS. Telegraph: 1 borse, 1 dog-cart, Fleming ; 1 box, 18 iron pots, 6 camp ovens, 20 packages, 30 bags sugar, 11 bags salt, 8 hogsheads wine, 40 bags flour, Walter Gray & Co.; 2 horses, Fyfe; 48 coils rope, W. Gray & Co.; I cask, 1 keg, T. H. Jones & Co.; 3 cases drapery, J. Thompson; 6 packages ironmongery, &c., R. Aluand ; 8 boxes, 12 cases candles, 4 boxes soap, 2 bags salt, 7 packages, M. & H. Levy; 1 truss, l case, G. 11. Wilson; I cask, 1 case ochre, 4 packages ironmongery, 3 trunks, I bale leather, 4 bags coffee, 18 boxes tea, 6 half.l-chests tea, 81 mats sugar, 36 bags sugar, 4 chests tea, Cribb & Foote; 4 hogsheads ale, J. S. Ogilvie; 4 cases, billiard table, 2 eases drugs, 3 packages, B. Pleming ; 70 bags flour, 25 packages, 30 bars iron, 1 cask tar, I roll floor cloth, 1 box suff 2 casts, G. H. Wilson; 2 bales bagging, W. B. Tooth; 2 casks soda, 2 sanks lemonade, North Australian Club; 4?5 bags sugar, 6 boxes soap, 80 ba...
DRAYTON AND TOOWOOMB. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 29 October 1861
DRAYTON (From the Hio Excellency Sir Ge5 the Honorable R. R. Mack about 10 o'clock a.m.;' ttgr fast, at which twenty" towards Jondaryan. ftoe daryan run, namm t v regal party was inet " ' t. Mr. J. C. White junr g Bank of Naw Bouth . potpnl , Rosalie, and several his Excallenc3,sand 'oe out-of-door entertnnndt, ro 59r as and after resting ipu1ao ours e Hotel. To theii*ný aeto pprovided a mostd u for h rency owingto¶ý of tiehb lib few minutes meth oil hlii station. Im h lia i4vla proceeded to t ise. t belonging to Attie.nt ti the Governor 4tlly, btg n8. din great eh l l ,metisfactioud meing Jqfry. Sir Geoge h at the e excellentahote; *I 4. d to.Drayton, strong, snd I-m~dt Ww~cln place wlsscls=ýne load
EXPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 29 October 1861
EXPORTS. Australia, 18,000 feet hardwood, 19,700 feet pine (all sawn), 12,000 feet cedar, W. Pettigr, w; 27 quarter. coaskse vinegar, G. Rafftand Co.; 60 bags potatoes, 1 keg butter, Grenfell. Telegraph: 81 bales wool, R. Gill; 27 bales wool 8 balees, 1 bundle skins, J. Murphy; 17 bales wool, 18 hides, 4 caseks tallow, 6 burndles skins, Hassell asd Co. ; 44 bales wool, 18 caseks tallow, 17 bundles skins, 1 chest G. H. Wilson; 29 bales wool, W. Gray and Co.; 1 parcel, W. Hendren ; 1 hogshead scoal, Campbell & Co. ; 17 bales wool, 8 bales skins, 18 hides, 3 packages Dr. Maorrie; 1 case, Oribb and Foote; 8 bales wool, 2 pack ages, Panton and Co.; 18 bales wool, G. Thorn. The Yarra Yarra left Sydney on Thurseday last at 6 p.m., arrived at Cape Moreton on Sunday at noon, and the bar at 4 p.m. She experienced strong noreth-east winds to Smeoky Cape, and from thence light variable winds ansod fine weather. She arrived at the wharf at 6p.m. and thus aceomplished a more than neuauly ...
HIS EXCELLENCY'S VISIT TO THE INTERIOR. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 29 October 1861
HIS EXCELLENCY'S VISIT TO THE INTERIOR. The Governor's visit to the interior appears to have been highly gratifying to the inhab"tants of the various towns and districts through which his Excellency passed. The following, abridged from the Burnett Argus, gives an account of the proceedings at GAYNDAH. His Excellency's visit was the cause of much pleasant excitement for many days previously to his arrival Every inhabitant evinced a joy in preparing, as much as possible, 4o display his loyalty towards his Excellency, as representative of her Majesty, as soon as he .abshould arrive in Gayndab. Colours were hoisted in all direc tions, guns were fixed on Mount Gayndahl, to give his Excellency a hearty reception, and two .triumphal arches thrown . aeross the mdin a street, were universally admitted as reflecting great credit upon those engaged in their erection.. Thuraday,Oetober 10;was observed sa generatl holiday, every business establishment'being closed,'and woak of every description ...
Commercial. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 29 October 1861
Commercial. Mr. Cockburn reports the sale of 25 head of horses, at an average of £9 ls. per head; oaten hay from £9 to £11 per ton. The following produce has been received:-At the stores of Messrs. G. H. Wilson and Co.-20 bales wool, Fassifern ; 12 do., WN ; 10 do., RKB; 7 bales sheepskins, MxW ; 24 hides, 8 casks tallow, TW & Co. -At tlhe stores of Messrs. W. Gray and Co.-16 bales wool WR ; 7 bundles sheepskins, Dorsev.-At the stores of Mr. i. Forrest-34 bales wool, TT over T.-At the stores of Messrs. H. V. Hassell and Co.-10 bales wool, M&D over G.
OPENING SERVICES OF THE BAPTIST CHAPEL. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 29 October 1861
Orconso SERVaCES OF THE uArrIer CAsvtE. On Sunday last the Maryborough Baptist Chapel was opened for public worship, on which day sermons were preached by the Rev. B. G. Wilson of Brisbane. Scats were provided for 120 persons, and in tihe morning the building was comfortably filled ; in the afternoon there was service at Mr. Eaton'e paddock, which was attended by a large number of persons; and in the evening there was again a service at the chapel which was also well attended. On Monday evening Mr. J. T. iinton was publicly ordained as a Baptist Minister, by the Rev. B. G. Wilson, in a very impressive manner. On the occa sion, the history of the Baptist Clurch in Maryboroughlt was related, and an invitation was unanimously given; a Mr. Hinton to become tea pastor, which he accepted. During the meeting Mr."Vilson stated that tile young pastor had given up excellent prospects to come to Mfaryborough, and to his own knowledge had sustained a pecuniary loss of £200 a year; Ihe therefore...
SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 29 October 1861
SYDNEY. Messrs. Richardson and Wrench have sold by auction and private contract during the week: Station No. 16, Duck Creek, Bogan River, with 1000 head of cattle, £3000; the Camboogle Cumbang station, Macquarie River, Wellington, with 800 cattle, &o., was sold privately prior to the auction sale, for £5000. The Cogildrie and Spring stations, with cattle, were bought in atthe auction sale, by the proprietor. On Monday last, Messrs. W. Dean and Co. held an importsant sale, comprising the cargo of angars ex Ernes tine, from Bourbon, and the cargoof oongoutea, en Spray. There was a very full attendance of the trade, and the prineipal part of the cargoes were disposed of. The sugars brought low prices, ranging from £24 to £34 1e. id. The teas, which were good quality and known to the trade, brought full rates, realisng for chests £7 to £7 l3s., half-chests £3 10a. to £3 n2s. 6d.; boxes 22s. Gd. to 24s. A parcel of Launceston wheat, sold by the same firm, "on account of whom it m...
MARYBOROUGH. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 29 October 1861
MARYBOROUGI. (From the Mfaryborough Chronicle of the 17th and 24th Oclober.) The school of Arts at Maryborough was permanently opruned on Thursday. The Custom-house and Bonded-store will soon be completed The provisie of the Towna' Police Act are about to be extended tod sryborough. . On Thursday erening the interesting 'ceremony 'was performed, of launching her Majesty's cutter, the "Adele." Our readers may know that this beautiful boat has just been built for the Queensland Government by Mr. George Walker, and is destined to be ustd when rueying the coast hereabouts,' and in fixing buoys. "Sdom has a more successful launch taken ploee, and the'iplabitants of Marybomugh have reason to be proud thm-they can produce.workmen capable of turning out salah a very creditable-looking craft.. As soon as the ;Adele is rigged, she will be brought up and. moored in front of the Queen's Wharf. We must not omit to ,oeetion that the Collector of Customs ealled iupgn all aprsent.to drink prosperit...
PRODUCE REPORT. [O. B. EBSWORTH.] Sydney, 18th October. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 29 October 1861
:PRODUCE REPORT. [o. a. BsswotaH.] Sydney, 16th October. Wool.--Placed in possession of full market reports and Sprivate advices of the English wool market since the date -of last report, it cannot be otherwise than gratifying to find-thasat'tlhe termination of the July August sales -some improvement had taken place in the prices which were ruling at the opening and middle of those sales. Prices were, however, considerably lower than they had 'ben forsome years past, although the prospects were :good 'towards an abundant harvest, an easy money market, and foreigners purchasing to -some considerable extent the finest and best descriptions of wool free from seeds. The great depreciation at which portions of the name clip had been disposed of, plainly tells how greatly 'the stoppage of the American trade has -interfered with the sale of those wools, which were almost exclusively 'worked up in manufactures for that market. The fall in the value of-wools'of home growth likewise tended -t...
To the Editor of the Queensland Times. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 29 October 1861
To the Editor of the Queensland Times. ts,-Your correspondent of Friday last, bearing the wom de plume of "A Patron," has evidently been reading the newspapers of late, and being manifestly unaccus tomed to journalistic controversy, he innocently assumes that, in writing, yeou are bound first to take a firg at the literary qualifications of your opponent, and having de molished them, you incidently allude to the subject matter. Accordingly he begins by saying regarding me, that "a little learning is a dangerous thing;" end not observirg that he in himself writing with a "nominal name," he speaks patronisingly of noticing" every anony mous or ill-informed scribbler." As he has evidently been but recently seized with the prevailing endemic, thie Kakoethes Scritbendi, I would suggest for future guidance that it is only when dealing with men of a certain class we find discussion turning on the writer's qualifications-that among gentlemen it is assumed that each controversialist has sunl...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 29 October 1861
SALES BY AUCTION. ALLOTMENTS OF LAND FOR. SALE. FIVE ALLOTMENTS IN NORTH IPSWICH. ONE ALLOTMENT IN TOWN OF IPSWICH. THREE ALLOTMENTS IN TOWN OF NOR MANBY. NINE ALLOTMENTS IN VHLLAGE OF LAIDLEY. H M. COCKBURN as received instructions Sto Sell by Public Auction, at his Rooms, Nicholas-street. THIS DAY (TUESDAY), the 29th Instant, at 11 o'clock precisely, the following ALLOTMENTS OF LAND, viz.: Terms at Sale.12 ALLOTMENT OF LAND FOR SALE, Situate in the ?Eastern Suburbs, near the Basin .0 0 .5A H M. ?UOCK'RN has received instructions, S Sell by Public Auction, at hisRooms, Nicholas-street, THIS DAY (TUESDAT)},.he 29th Inrtant, art 11 o'clock precisely, ALL THAT ALLOTMENT OF LAND, contain-I ing by admeasurement Thirty-eight and one-J half perches, more or less, situate in the County of Stanley, -Parish of Ipswich, being Allotment No, 49 of the plan .of the sub-division of allot ments No. 67 and 68 in the Eastern Suburbs. I For further particulars, apply at the Auction' ooms, Niolasstree...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 29 October 1861
the O. uterdlant timed, TERM 8: Pe ~aerot?ir .-The amount rf ubscrilptona to the Qt on rand Times Is Seven Shilings and Stxpence per qorter,tf paid in advance, or Eight Shillings and St, pem cepn dit. The ,urters terminate on the 30th September, t December, S f*st Marth, and 3th June, at which periods onlcan ubsber uelinea by giving notice, and paying the moUnt due to the end *f the currentquarter. Single copiee, Sixpence "? AuAvaeTAe)ITa ore Insated according to tioe foltoiong * a. of. hTwolune t .o.. ........ I O S Four lines p. 2 0 Six line ....... 2 O. ,' E ghtlin s . .. . . ....... 0 Every ddionat eight lines ...... 1 . The followinTg DraconT is allowed on all advertselments eon , For 6 srtionas ............ 0 per ent. 1t 26 d n0.............. 25 All advertiements mst S speeify on the rce of them the 4' ',emhcrofttmos they are to be inserted, or they will be con ''tnuet ill countermanded and charged aceoraingi. - SOrders for withdrawnal or alnerastion cannot l ae recetevelater ...
DEPARTURES. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 29 October 1861
DEPARTURES. October 25.-Australia, three-masted schooner, Cap tain M'Dermott, for Rockhampton. No Passengers. October 25.-Jane, brig, Captain Briggs, for the Richmond River, in ballast, with part of her original cargo. No Passengers. October 26.-Telegraph, 700 tons, Captain O'Reilly, for Sydney. Passengers-Messrs. J. D. M'Lean, R. Oliver, Palfuman, Manton, S. Davis, B. H. Palmer, T. Wiley, Evans, J. Pettigrew, W. Werren, J. Gibbon, McArs. Gibbon, MArs. Mitchell, Mrs. Richardson, Mrs. F. E. Roberts, Mrs. Pettigrew, and 10 in the steerage.
Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 29 October 1861
Abipping *ntelligouct. ARRIVALS. Oeober 25.-Clarence, steamer, Captain Cottier, from the Northern Ports.-Passengers--Mr. James Paterson, manager of the A. S. N. Co.; Miss Paterson, Miss C. Paterson, Miss Morphv, Messrs. Bernave, M`?enzie, Evans, B ,iger, Towns, Wheeler, Child, Wallace, Julien, Beare, Rev. B. G. Wilson and son, Mr. Sheaffe, Mr. Manton, and twelve in the steerage. October 27.-Yarra Yarra, Captain Bell, from Sydney the 24th instant. Passengers-Mrs. Williams, Mrs. Bibb, Mrs. Coote and child, Miss Coote, Messrs. Thomas, Wesby, H. C. oussell, Tidswell, B. Caldlwell, Jos. Brad ley, L. Byrne, J. Daly, Sanders, H. Haydon. Boey, I. 8. Horden, W. M. Norton, B. M. Lloyd, E Kerr, and 24 ia the steerage.
FROM OUR PROPHETIC REPORTER. CIVIC SITTINGS, OCTOBER 30, 1861. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 29 October 1861
FROM OUR PROPHETIC REPORTE2. CIVIC SITTINGS, OCTOBER 30, 1861. Present his Worship the M-r, tho' Common and Un-common Counceilmen. Time as before,-post prandial. TnE CHAIRMAx, excited, throwing down a letter on the table from C l G--y : See there, Right well ye'v earned the name of dunderheads ; And now the lahghiag stock of Brisbane and Toowoomba, Warwick, and other corporate towns, have ye becomte. Ye would not let the matter drop, as I iorewarn'd ye, But in your doltish, senseless ignorance, Must write to C--1 G-v and say ye're satisged, As though ye had tried hinm for some dire offence, And by a kind of specious pity granted him forgiveness. Tis well I am a mild, forbearing man, And am reputed 'mongst the citizens serene of temper; For were I tinged with Celtish, 'stead of Saxon blood, My ire had roused my passion, and some of ye heed go upon the spree, or visit foreign parts Till time had given your mothers knowledge of theirsons. ALDERMAN J- : I rise to order, ALDrnaAN C---: Y...
Local and District News. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 29 October 1861
3arnaJ anut, Thstrivt *tWa Ta r MAtIL RTen SDnEY.-The Mail per arta Ywra for Sydney and the Southern Colonies, will be made up at the Po?st-Ofice this morning. For registered letters and newspapers, at half-past 11; and for all other lettees, I at half-pest 12 oclock. THE SIIPPLEMENTARY ENGLSH szIL -The Yarya Yarra arrived in Sydney with the English Mail, abouot three hours before the departure of the English Mail steamer-thbosgiving ample time for the trans-shipment of the mail from this colony. TRE IPsWICa COTTO C CoMnPAt.-The directors of this company grave instructions for the re-sowing of that portion of their cotton field injured by the late severe storm, and we are glad to learn that the plants are already making their appearance, and look very healthy. MOnE AOCOHOODATION FOR THE WOOL TRADE. Messrs. Walster Gray and Co. are now erectieng the neces sary buildings for a steam engine, boiler, and hvdraulic press, for the purpose of dumping the wool intended for shipment. This wi...
THE CORPORATION LOAN. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 29 October 1861
THE CORPORATION LOAN. Tins good town of Ipswich is peculiarly blessed. It would be difficult to find another town possessed of a Council composed of men of such intelligence and business talent. In fact, as in other things, so in the affairs of its Corporation, Ipswich takes the lead of all other places in the colony. Our readers may think we are writing ironically.; we beg of them to withhold their decision until they have well considered the present ar icle. On the first of the present month of October, the Ipswich Corporation called for. tenders for a loan of 94000; and, as the tenders were to be sent in by the 9th,-giving the lengthened period of eight days for the consideration of the matter by the bankers or other monied men who might feel inclined to tender,-this short period precluded the possibility of the managers of the banks here communicating with their directors in Sydney, and thus the whole responsibility of tendering was thrown upon their shoulders4 and, instead of o...
SATURDAY, OCTOBER 26. Before the Police Magistrate. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 29 October 1861
SATUrDAY, O0TOBER 20. Beforo the Police Magistrate. Thomas Holt was fined 5s. for drunkenness.. John Riding v. TIhomas Simmons.-Violent assault. -From eomplainant's evidence it appeared that he was some drays, when defendant came up and nasked him what brought him there, and told him to book it out of that as soon as he liked. Plaintiff had been in defend ant'a service, and went to get some money which was owing to him, which defendant refused to pay: plaintiff then went away to camp, and was followed by the defend ant, who told him to go away; this he relfused to do. Defendant then struck him with a bullock whip; plaiotiff picked up a stick and struck the defendant in returan; defendant then knocked the plaintiff down, and jumped on him, and then kicked him, at the same time feeling in his pocket for a knife. Robert Evans corroborated plaintiff's evidence. Prisoner was found guilty, and fined £5 ; in default two months? in Brisbane Gaol.
IPSWICH POLICE COURT. FRIDAY, OCTOBER 25. Before the Police Magistrate and the Mayor. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 29 October 1861
IPSIWICI POLICE COURT. FRIDAY, OCTOBER 25. Before the Police Megistrate and the Mayor. Georgey, the aboriginal, was remanded to the 23th. Bobby, an aboriginal, was charged with drunkenness, and discharged with a caution. An Auctioneer's License for the district was granted to Edward Gregory. Julius Heimberger was charged under the Dog Act, with allowing ferocious dogs to go at liberty. Joba George Wheeler deposed that as he was going past Mr. Haimberger's house, at six o'clock on the evening of the 17th, he was attacked by several dogs, one of which bit and tore his trousers: knew the dog to be kept by defendant. Crosseexamined by Mr. Manalister: On going home about two in the morning on the 17th, the dogs barked at him ; they were on the inside of the fence; he put his stick through the fence and rattled it at them; they bit the stick; lie stayed about a minute; the dogs barked pt himn after he passed on. By the Bench : The dog that bit him was a spotted one. Henry Bohm said he was...