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IMPOUNDINGS AT LITTLE IPSWICH. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 10 June 1862

IMPOU'NDINGS AT LITTLE IPSWICH. From Rosewood. Driving and respass, £1 per head. Bay hLrse, blasze, hind feet white, RW over o or 8 near-shoulder Bay horse, small star, near-fore and hind feet white, like a near-shoulder and cheek Prom Bundambah. IDriving and trespass, 2a. 6d. per head. Spotted steer, piece out top of ear, like CRC near rump,.D heek .. 1.d and whittetifer, T of-rmpandh ribs Strawberry steer, split up near-mar, brandoff-rmp not legible Sported steer, piece of off-ear, WJ of-rump White steer, red ippta piece of off-ear, like brands of ribs not legible led steer, top of both ears, like CC near.ribs, O of ribs Strawberry heifer, JB of-raamp Strawberrysteer, like 38"f ribs Stawberry heifer, top off off.ear, B of-rump From Faseifen. Driving and trespna, St per head. Brown lly, hind feet white, star, WL near-shoulder Cheanut horse, streak down face, 0 over JP (writing letters) of-shoulder Bay pony mare, star, 3 near-thigh, Q off-thigh, like TF conjoined and £ oer 2 near-sh...

Publication Title: Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
MELBOURNE. Messrs. J. H. Clough & Co. report [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 10 June 1862

MELBOURNE. Messrs. J. H. Clough & Co. report Wool.-A few sales of no considerable magnitude have been effected by us during the past week. The intelli genoe published in our last issue, embracing the reports of the various London Brokers, has not produced any oppreciable change in this market The demand, how ever, has continued fully equal to the supply, which is very limited. We have sold by private contract severral smoll lotsat prices ruling from 10d to 18d .or Greasy (thle latter price having been obtained for a superior lot bTNew Zealand Greasy); 17d to 19s for fleeoe; 16ld to lid for Scoured; and 1id to 14d for Handwashed. Tallow.-The demand for tallow has remained as last reported. Our esles have been for beef and mixed, from £38 to £37, and £40 to £43 for mutton. Hides.-Some large parcels are about being shipped. We have no sales of eonsequence to report, and prices remain as last quoted. Slheepskins are inquired for by fellmongeo, and a?e readily disposed of at frdm...

Publication Title: Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser
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MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 10 June 1862

MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. The usual weekly meetiug took place at the Municipal Council Chambe yesterday. Present--the Mayor, Aldermen"Thomr, Stanley, Watkin, ad Clune. The minutels of thpreviou m deeting were ream and confirmed. ' ,hp Thvnuxve?oer'report Wuasumd.""" ,-. The Mayor read a letste from Daniel Ward, praying that the Counoll would come to a decision about the p~'oen~iof his claim for stumping. After some dierussion, it was agreed that the improve ment committee should examine the streets and see if they could discover the 1212 stumps said to be removed, the Overseer being able to Ead only 240. Alderman Watkins moved, according to noticer "That in consequence of the non-attendance of the members of this Council regularly, I propose that the meetingsbe held once a fortnight in future, to oause a quorum of the members to be present to transect the business of this Council in a regular and business.like manner." Alderman Thorn seoonded the motion. Alderman Cl?ts considered this a mo...

Publication Title: Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 10 June 1862

SALES BY AUCTION. GENERAL MERCHANDIZE. H M. COCKBURN has received instructions to i. Sell by Publio Anuction, at his Rooms, Nichola-etreet. TillS DAY, the 10th Instant, at 11 o'clock precisely, 1 Pack Saddle 80 Bags Flour 4 Caoks Ale 4 Cases Ale 10 Half-Chests Tea 6 Saddles 6 Boxes Candles Clocks, Jewellery, Starch, Clothing, Currypowder, .e., Bc., tc. Terms, Cash. 495 SEVEN ALLOTMENTS OF LAND In Little Ipswich. .' ML COCKBURN bes received instructions Sfrom John Smith. Esq , to- Sell by Public Auction, at his Rooms, Nicholase-street, THIS DAY, the 10th Instant, at 12 o'clock precisely, SEVEN ALLOTMENTS OF LAND, being portions of original lota Nos. S9 and 40, in Ridge-lane, Little Ipswich, containing in all 2 ares, and subdivided as follows, ri.: ILts I to 5. containing 881 perches each L?ts 6 and 7, containing 37j percbes each. Plan on view and further particulars at the Aotion Rooms, Nichole-treet. Title, Grant from the Crown. Term? e?lbelat sale. s VtAL?GE OF LAIDLEY. H M.COCKBUR...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 10 June 1862

TERMS: . Suascartsow.-The amount of subscription to the QGaraamad TimeRs. is Seven Shillings and Sixpenoe per quarter,. if paid in advance, or Bight bShillings and Six peoee.n redit. The quarters tereninale on the 80th Sepy teobe', 8|st Deemrber, )st rMarch, and 0th June, at whioh' periods oin'i an sabeariben deolinee % iy'fin-g otlee, and paying the amount due rto the end of the esreptquarter. , pinsle oopie,;.Sixpenoe. Ao~nwrezanmevo are inseMrted according to the _ol Sowing male: s. d. STwo line.................................. 1 0 P ourlinee.............;................ ... S S ix lines. ...............; ...... -......... . 2 C Eight lines, or under one inch ...... 3 .0 Every additiopl eight lines, or inch 1. , The following Discount is allowed on all advertise nesnto continued For 6 insertiens ...........1. 10 per cent. tis . ,, ..... . 15 ,, 26 ,, ............. 25 , All aIdvertisemente must specify on the face df them the number of times they are to be inserted, or they will...

Publication Title: Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser
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IMPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 10 June 1862

M. PORTS. Perseverance: 23,000 feet hardwood, 100 bags maize, 50 boxes soap, 20 boxes candles, 500 staves, 500 sawn palings, J. & G. Harris. Telegraph: 2 bundles ginwheela, R. Aland; 6 chests tea, 16mats sugar, 2 eases eheese, 2 cases blue, 4 kegs mails, I case hams, 1 casevarnish, 9 packages, Oribb sand -oote; 1] vess, 4 covers, 1 case, . Davis; l ease, R. Forrest; 1 case, J. Flashman; 1 parcel, Fattorini; 1 bale, 1 roll leather, O. Georry; 50 bags flour, W. Gray and Co.; 3 droma oil, 2 bundles brooms, 1 eas kwhiting, 1 cask horase-shoes, 6 mould-boails, 5 packages iron mongery, E. Gill; 6 cases porter, 2 eases pickles, 2 quar ter casks cherry, 6 cases old tom, 2 packages, H. V. fias sell; 23 bage salt, csks butter, 82 bagsmaize, Wm. Hendren and Co.; S cases galvanized tiles, 20 axle blacks, 6 bars, 6 bundles iron, 6 drums oil, 12 kegs red lead, 6 packages, T. H. Jonse and ~Co.; 3 half-chests te?, 2 cases oil.stores, 2 packages, H.L J. Laversa and co.; 2 packagesa, M. and H...

Publication Title: Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser
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Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 10 June 1862

btpping tntclligstnrt ARRIVALS. TJune S.-Pereveranoe, schooner, 74 tons, Captain Sykes, from Newcastle 2nd instant. Passengers-2 in the, steerage. G. Naff and Co., agents. June 8.-Clarenc, steamer, Captain Cottier, from the Northern Ports. Passenger--Captain M'Hlenry, Mr. and. Mrs. Landsborough, Mesers..Collins, Kerr, Bhghl (Commandant of Native Police), Bishop, Bolger, Mrs Hiarley, Mres. Nickles, and 10 in the steerage. .lJune 8.-Lord Lyndharet, lship, 6550 tons, Captain Richard Abbott, from HongKong the 3rd of April last. Passenigers-Mr. Hardie, and 260 Chinese immigrants. June 8.-Cyclone, schooner, 97 tons, Captain Heard, from Newcastle the So? instant. . . Juae 8. -Pr~rie, brig, fram Hobhart Town.

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THE FIRST DISAPPOINTMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 10 June 1862

THE FIRST DIBSAPPOINTMENTL I saw a youthful mother, Once pn a summer's day, Set downsa smiling infant, To nwatch it follo play s; It gambolled on:oe lowers, That decked the crpet o'er, And seemed with childish wonder Each objeet to explore. And. anomeathing on lhe instant Its glad career arrests, And earnestly it gazes where A golden sunbeam rests; While on the new-found glory It Sfixed its wondering eyes, And trustfully reached forth its hand To seize tbhe glittering priase. Anrid now its tiny filgers clasp . Thie treasure rich and rare, Whiehl, in its 'bby iunonence, It surely thougbt was there. But, ah! thint band uneloess And to its earnest gaoe Reveals no gem f benauty, No bright imprisoned rays ! And when the first of many tears Fell on that cherub face The fdrt sad disappoietment SIn life's uncertain race I And thus it hathbeen with us all, Wy Oits dark game.ilaie played We soeght to grasp the sunshine, And only found:the shade. IPrswleo Printed and Published by the Proprieto...

Publication Title: Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser
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Monday, June 10. Before the Police Magistrate. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 10 June 1862

Monday, June 10. Before the Police Magistrate. Patielt Carmody and John Carter were fined st. each tot drnnkenness. .r Hannah Carter, out on bail on a similar, charge, not appearing, her bail was ordered to be forfoited. Stephen Walkler cleaded guilty to hawking without a lioense, and ewas fied £L, with 8s. 2d. costs. ILL?OAL uOBSESSION OF A HOBaE. James Stanley was charged, under a warrant from Casino, with being illegally possessed of a certain horse, the property of JoseDph Greenhalgh. Mr. Thompson appeared for the defence. William Smith deposed to dpprebending prisoner by virtue of a warrant on the 5th instant, and seizing a certain horse named therein. Croseseramined: The prisoner got the hone in for w~itnes out of the bush. Edward Hood deposed to the horse in the police yard being the property of Joseph Greenhslgh. , It is twenty months since he saw the borse in the possession of. the plaintiff; in October last he aa v it in Stanley's pos aeasiois. Andrew Nieholls deposed that...

Publication Title: Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser
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Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
WHO IS MR. REUTER? [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 10 June 1862

WHO IS MR. REITERf All1 the world is asking this question. Is the mysterious individual who tells us trough the public press what battles have been won or losBt-what kings have decamped, or what words emperors have spoken an hour since in far-off vountries, which will shakethe political world to its foundation-is this Mr. Reuter an institution or a myth ? Must we count'his name like one of those which have an existence in the heathen mythology only, or is he a man like ourselves, having ," feeings, organs, dimensions," &o.? If he be, by what extranod?inary orgaidsation.does he manage to gather up over night a summary of events over the entixe continent, and to place it before us as a starling interlude between coffee and toast at the breakfast table ? Nay, how is it that through his mouth, ifwe may so term it, we hear for the first time of a successful battle in China, or of the madness of the southern' slave states of Americat To answer all these questions is the purpose of...

Publication Title: Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser
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Saturday, June 8th. Before the Police Magistrate and Mr. F. North. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 10 June 1862

Saturday, June 8th. ~Before the PoliceIMegistrate and Mr. F. Forth. James Stamley, charged with felony, waso remanded to Monday. Stephea Walker, on a charge of hawking without a license, was aleo nemanded to Monday. Daniel Calaghan was sentenced to one months' im prisonment for having no lawful or vidsible means of suport, .T ohn Marsteeller e. Daniel Downey.-Illegal detention o property, and disobeying an order of the bench. A. warrent wao ordered to ijoue for the apprehension of defendantz ycd Sinraeyus opf 9 oeeztin bay horse.

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NORTH AUSTRALIAN ANNUAL RACES. SETTING DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 10 June 1862

NORTH AUSTRALIAN ANNUAL RA~OR. SETINIu DAT. he settling for the Baoeas took place at the Clarendon Hil on Friday ; and about 4 o'elook, the cleque were headed over.by the stewards to the respective owners. A large niumber of persons ware asmembled, and several bets wer laid .on the forthooming meeting at Darliring Down's the.Mpiden Plate being the ease of interest, for 'which £60 to ?0 was taken about Jib-boom-5 to o a alet bhm belag l?o offered. 60 to t20 was o8-ri on E bPuA; tajrk= *y4*aard ouy >**bs#-w O80 to 10 o Euealyptus againat Telegram. Several offerlsn were made to Iasodds on either Playboy or Jib-boom against Telegram. £100 to'50 was offered on Jib-boom against No.name for the next day's meteh. Oreepaway was sold by Mr. Ross to Mr. M'Dermott for £30.

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Local and District News. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 10 June 1862

Loecal aub iDisttict Newz. THE BAAara.-The Baser, which was brought to a close on Saturday evening, may be considered to have been a decided aonacess. The accounts have not yet been made up, but it is pretty certain that the Committee will Sbe incs position to hand over to the Charoch Building. account upwardls of £400. STRTcnamo THE Lone Bow.-Thefoilogwi appners in yesterdays Couarier:-" We sated in our aturdays issue that the meeting held on Friday evening, at the School of Arts in opposition to the Militia Bill, was the largest and mostunanimous meeting ever held' in Bria bane; s that there could not have been leoi. than 1000 people aembled." .Now as the Hall of the Ipawieh chool of Arts would hold two each buildings as that of Brisbane, and as the former iscramon.el when 600 persons are in it, we resat a loie to know how 1000 pernone could get into the School of Arts at Bribane. - ib Excellency the Governor, Indy Bowen, and suite, returned to Brisbane on Saturday, calling at Boo...

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IPSWICH POLICE COURT. Friday, June 7th. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 10 June 1862

IPSWIfCOR POLICE COURT. Friday, June 7th. Before the Police-Masgistrate and Mr. J. Murphy. William Day was Sned 10os., and George 8mnitih is., fo drunkenaness. , ames Rael, out on bail on a charge of profane aswear zag, nat eppeariug, his bail of £2 was ordered to be forfeited. Henry Newton e. Mary Ros.--No appearance of plaintiff: dismiseed. Nathaniel Badler, fonnd guilty of losing his accotre snenta, was sentenced to be placed under stoppage of pay until his arms, &?~c., were paid for.

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PRIVATE MATCHES ON SATURDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 10 June 1862

Parv?T MATHES ON BITURDAY. In addition to the match between Jib-boom and N·o-name, a further difference of opinion asto the relative powere of Lancer and the Old Gentleman induced their respective owners to venture a pony (£25) on each of their horses, to be run for over two miles; weight for age. The above races were expected to come off about nooe, whereas the business was all over before 11 o'clock ; just when many were mounted and about to start for the course, and much disappointment was experienced in consequence. Fcasr RacE.-Match for £200 a-side, over two miles. Mr. A. Wienhot'n t tK No-name, n years, Vst. ~l.b.(Barnett)... 1 :. W. Kent's b g lcb-om, 5 years. 9at air. (Wlnterbottom) I Betting (on Friday, at the settling, 100 to 60 offered on the Jib)--20 to 5 taken, and we heard a few bets of 10 to 1 laid on Jib-boom. This race may be numbered among the strange chances which happen in turf matters. The result of the race was never in doubt as far as the favourite was concern...

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DIARY. MEMORANDA FOR THE WEEK. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 10 June 1862

DIARY. S. RL.ses.. . Sets. htom. 10 1 TnasDar . ... ) 6 9IP 6 7 'I %· 18L ) I s .I j WOD6an~1oT... I. 6 40-I .7 I. 16 I 8 451 t2 |Tnaouyn * I 600-1.6 II .00 9 55 13 nePulx ...... 680 .5 0 20.1 0048. 14 IS 8Awular ...... I 6501 8 ! 150 I1 540 I 5 F B om ? n . . . L. . . . " 6 . 4 1 .o 4 " 5 0 1 O1 r, . to I~ueo nssi~;... l 6.O1.1~4S*.* I) CCO I02 81 X Hsroo ........ I 6 05 I 6 '7' '044 1(1 20 The dtflreentii.'ln st between hlgh" ntreit tLh' Bar and Betusbsle'n t hnur 45 d iut..es,-dm? Pieh sourn b inuiute-. ,hich differtcet must beadded to the time or high wuter ol the Theeaste0y windontlhesus'of to he Bay;.ndthe feshes i hererer, oten cuse ni varation ~fr our tabe, but these are ieely aecidental, and governed by no known law. P te iaztrtna lan t itintw . IPSWICH, TUESDAY, JUNE 10, 1862.

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GLADSTONE. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 10 June 1862

e - iit- -load oa Dopper, 'rom .ing' mo as Irought down lIst week.. Tie msaoager? brought in pome tery fie speimenss with him, nod a kn t hme thom, I believe, to Rochamptonas ?wnt e to8ydjey. , The people at Clarke'sStatiosn lad someie fiae fun the otherday in ahooting and ospturing animmense 3ligoatk. [t was ihot whi~ t lying in a aoll reshs-wit creekand dragged out on sioreby erans of a team.ofhbullooks-" Parties stil go and come from our so.enllef diggiiga, but no?thin g athy of reinak hins ~ehtly trih pitl. It is ve7 evident, 'bowever, that no very locky "ind" hasin yet beim pitehe4 uponebj aiy of the pronpectiog pitie. -

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LATEST INTELLIGENCE. SYDNEY. Friday, 6 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 10 June 1862

L?'ITEST: INTELLIGENCE. B- DrsEtii c ? S h --? E .APt - (Pram the Coaier.) SYDNEY. : -Friday, sp.m. The second readinr of the nea Church and Schools Inda' Bill was carried a second time last night in the Assembly. Thle funds to be derived fro(m the sale of the lands to be devoted to educational purposes only. The bill which has been introduced for the abolition of State.-aid to Religion, proposes to rontinue salaries to present reeipients, but prohibits any further grant. Smith, tas Regan, was hanged at Goulburn on Wed nesday last for murder. The guardsman of the Wallsend train was killed yes terday by an accident at Newcastle. * Saturday Evening. Talleyrand, Archer, and Exeter left to-day for Mel. bourne, to contest some of the ensuing races in that colony. The Agricultural Company'. miners ame still on strike.

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MARYBOROUGH. June 5th, 1862. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 10 June 1862

MARYBOBOUGJ. FRaoM OuB OWN COBRESPOINDENT.] June 6th, 1889. There is at present very little excitemeit of any kind in town, and my .epitome of sews wil be wery limited. The Queen's Birthday oas observed asageeral holiday, the stores being closed, and all work suspended. The cricketers passed the day in aspiritedgame; t, epec tator it was indeed quite a pleasme to see twenty-two yoPang men esociiate with ach otherwith oo mth gemou ine friendship. At SCo'elock ihe sameevenina. the play ers and their friends saotldown to an exedlent dinner at th e' M aryb orough .l { a , and T '~as in y on tha t if any u n . biaseed person ht kei ptes, he wouldecayccl credit that he was actuall, in Maryboro.ghpa.era sll th.at b been said about our mueb.abued little town. So much good Englia feeling was show thrancbhot, thatitgave thelie direct to thefew la.nbhgs who Parewaya in heot water, asd theh.rt to say," Oh i they are. badsetiere -takecore of ao-aniso,' &e., to. I niatlhtbat a cer eeliain...

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THE MILITIA BILL AND THE VOLUNTEERS [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 10 June 1862

THE MILITIA BILL AND .TN VOLUNTEERS • TuE fate of this preposterous measure has been sealed by the people of Brisbane and its suburb of Fortitude Valley. Mr. .LEntY.the nmember for the latterlocality, certainly did not show that amount of discretion for which we gave him credit, when he undertook to introduce a measure interfering with the liberties of the people in so serious and unwarrantable a man ner as that proposed in the Militia Bill. A very slight acquaintance with the history of the mother-country will tell us the estimation in which suchmeasuree are held there. No go vernment has ever dared to bring such a mea sure into operation except in time of war or imminent peril; and although theinhabitant£ of Britain are not without maratial ardour, as the volunteer movementhas fully d-moestrated, yet the very fact of being compelled to serve, or being liable to find a substitute, wa6 repug nant to the nature of Englishmen, and there fore any measure 'for the embodyment of a militi...

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