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NEW SOUTH WALES. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 10 June 1862
.. .. 3ELSQUL TWALES. (Foa the Sydney M?diing Herold) From the last report of the cattle inspector (Mr. Bruce) it would appiar that plenro-pneuimnonia is fast daerasing-thb country for 100 miles along the Meeray ibeing reiirted clear from the disease. The inspector had left to make a report on the country below.Albury,. Mr. James Dickson, M.l.A.. entertained the Vo lunteere of East and West Maitland, Morpeth. and Newcastle, on the Queen's Birthday, at his private resideneb, at N?ewtuwn. Upwardi of 100 persons sat down to a sumptuous dinner. In the Banco GCourt, on Friday, 23rd May,Mr. G. Gibelrt recovered £101 damages from Robert Elliot, the proprietor of a coach, by the upsetting of which throughi ne~lkence, plaintiffhad his ribs brdoken and sustained other injuries. The Voluotee? forces dined together after the review oh Satiirday, in the Inner Domain, the Chief Seeretary presiding. HisExcellency the Governor, Colonel Kempt. and Colonel Hamilton werealsopre sent. The affair passed...
DEATH BY DROWNING. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 10 June 1862
DeI j~b ar r DaOwn a.--O Monds eveningl,19th instant a ahan nimed Ben? Jenkins, ? owith aobthelr man named 'Ir;orl "had bhen driking at Za.wlence tow,-left:Bsawdea'seiharfina boat, in eoiiany wsth hin.mate with the intention ofproceeding to Ulmarra n; frornjhat we have been enabled toglean, ;MIver shortly sfte.iDwnsg thle whareat atwrnce, fell tslteeps aod on awkkin?ieztsmmoning 'ismhsed his mate, whonbe hst was. in~the bopa( ansd ha: very .oltrrally eiippoeirg this telse manuhkid fallei overbaord beeaie seriously alarmed, and. Sob?ialo the ussiostanee of the police in the senreh for the bodyichie was not recovered till Sunday last, in a very demossed state. Mr. Lardner, the Cdroner, proceeded to t'ibhow, yesterdy, to oJd an ojpque4 psn. Ih dy ihlo -ipto the tmeofgoing to pss had not returaed : Thistajnotber-bofthose fe arfil.aes i which intemper rancebas reasltediui sudden asth aso cw an B pegt, thatn our columnsarensrs en eoopia h -' ofa similear character."-Celreate s?ati-n-mtars...
Home and Foreign Extracts. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 10 June 1862
jtoint alsub $srtign x.#tra04. At the hall-r iymlting of the proprietors of the Bank of England, hirbich took place last week, the chairman said the net profits for the half-vear ending the 28th of February last were £609,818. 14a.s, 2d., making the amounit of the rest on thatday £3,33,827. 18s. dividend at the rate of 5 per cent. was declared.. .. :3.iNScuol mTEaR e A" BOY.-At the Maidstone Asaizes, Andrew lMaynard, a small boy, who was described in the calendar as of the age of sixteen, but who did not look in ountenance or. in stature: above thirteen, was indicted for the murder of. apother boy, named Holland. at Beckenham, on the 10th of January last. The boy, who was truly called by the prosecuting counsnel"a little bon," began to cry wben arraigned at the bar. The state. u)ent made by the deoeased was, "We were playtng tggether. The prisoner interfered with us. 1 pusahed ham away. Ie kicked me. I struck him. Heo,etabbed me." The poor boy, who looked ,a mere child, cried bitter...
THE TASMANIAN EXPLORING EXPEDITION: MR. GOULD'S SAFETY AND DISCOVERIES. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 10 June 1862
PrB TASMANIAN EXPLORING EXPEDI . TION: M~B GOULD'S SAFETY AND DISCOVERIES. Our last advices brought us information of the safety of the exploration party under Mr. Gould. Since then despatches have been received from that gentleman. The H. T.Mcrcury ofthe 14th says: Mr. Gould, it appears, has experienced no peril, arising from lack of provisions, or from the difficulty of the way ovei- which he has journeyed, althouth suffering severely. at times from exhaustion. No one, however, can read his narrative without feeling what true cause there was forall the anxious ears that have prevailed as to the .fate of the surveying party. It happened with singular ill-lck that the vessel which brought us the first intelligence calculated to create alarm, left Macquarie Harbour a few homrsonly before Mr. Gould arrived on the coast Ifu not the most interesting, decidedly the most important part of Mr. Gould's despatch, is the announcement of his discovery .of a rich mineral district, containinglea...
Wednesday, June 11. SMALL DEBTS COURT. Before the Police-Magistrate and Mr. F. North. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 13 June 1862
..;iW ednesday,jJune 11. S SMaLL 'Dsrs CoanT. .eflorehe ZOliae-~agietrate and Mr. F. North. Hi. M. Rfeve v. John Walson.- 9 19o. ltd., goods =old and detivrod.. No apperamc eof deftndant. Ver dict fir plaintiff, with Os. costs. Mrs.Willis e. John Wilson.--£10O, for millinsry, dc. Verdict for plaintiff, withl, costs. B. HI. Palmer ,e. Thorns. Given.-Adjourned to Wed nesdav next. Mrs. Brett . John Wilson.-R2 2s No appearance of defendant. Verdict for plaintiff, with e.; costs. Joln M'Donald .e. II. Bowland.--L Os. 8d. Ad j ournod for a week. Spiegel and Beed v. N. Bartley.--£S 9e. 7d. forgoods sold and deliveed .Mr. Scott for plaintiff; Mr.Chubb for thie defence. Tile defendant put in three pleas, and the frst one--thie defendant residing out of the juriodio lion of the lcourt-was upheld. Ose dlamisoed. A. Balbi e. George Pearee.-R£I0, goods eal and deo. livered. Mr. Thompson for plaintiff. Verdict for plainutiff,'with a. cnosts. -ThomasDenhlam e. Fattorint and Co,--l, work and labour...
IPSWICH POLICE COURT. Tuesday, June 10. Before the Police-Magistrate. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 13 June 1862
S ZPSWICH POLICE COURBT. Tuesday,; June 1o. Before the Police.Magistratc . Francis Farrington e.Franeis Ironmonger and William -uoner. Thds wase a aslmmon case brought under the Master' and Servantd Ait, in whioh the Bench ied no jusiadietion, instead of the Queenaland Actof 1861. Mr. W. Macalister appeared for the plaintiff, and Mr. Thomp. eon for the defence. David. Rol)eston a..John Carden Collins.-This was a soumnSons ease brought under the Masters' and Servanta' c?t, or£1d Ia., balance of wages dse to plaintiff and hlis wife. The defenae was that plainiff, while hIaving a row with his wife, broke a certain stove of defendaot= valued at £15. The plaintiffe swore that he knew notling skhut the stove. Tile Bench' found for plaintiff less the value of the store. Mr. Collins appeared for the plaintif anud Mr. Chlubb for the defence. Thsimas Golding, out on:bail one a charge of drunken ness,not appearing, his bail was forteited. ?There waseno police bnusines biefore the Court on Weno...
Local and District News. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 13 June 1862
.doral aub i isstrtct Xflb0. Suwi Mn?as.-Mai; for Sydney and tike othei Aus trsljai'nolonie per Balduths, will close at the Ipsorh Port OffIde thisa evening, for registered letters, at 6 p.mn., for ordin?ry leter· s and n?erspapers, ct'9 p.m. The ma;l for Oeit itrjtair will be. despatched St the rsme time, and a~oupplemerntery mailwill be despatched per Tele .grrphdbout'Vednesday the 18th, to admit of replies to ettere receIved by trhe inward mail The Telegraph is expected -to·ScSrrie in Brisbane with thie Lnglioh Mail -oabout 2p.m. on Monday neat. te rQctN saaw .Ioe h nsuoahIs CorXPan -Tae teuting rifthe ahareholdero of this company will take place at thie School of arts Brisbane, this evening, when it is dresirableatat thaoseeIpwiol shatreholders who eam Aiko it convenient to do so, should attend. We under stand, that Mr. I Voods the mail contractor, will placo a roach on the int, i- leave the Clarendon, at 1 oelock ptinel rlrty, for -ihe acommodation of those who wish tobe IPrese...
(From the Guardian) SYDNEY. Sydney, June 11th. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 13 June 1862
(Prom the Ouardian SYDNEY. .Sydney.June I th. The Bombay left Melbourne this morning at dlay. break fr Sydney Tuhe -Telesraph will leave for BJlishlane with the Enolish Mails on Saturday at noon. You will be -hul t- reply to correspniolence. Mr. Mortil I las been addressing' the Leginlative Co@ancil. at the bar, against the Municipalities Act Amendlllnnt. MrT.'tmes Vickery, the wellP known manufacturer tf bwt? and shIlnoes, has suspended payment. A gold rush bae been made to a spot nearOGanda gai, the proajpectsof which are considered excellent.
Commercial. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 13 June 1862
The following produce has been receivead and for warded:-From the stores of~Moairs. .. t. WiLson and Co- i1 bale, I pooket sheejskins, Wdoinbj 8 bales wolo, Bendemere; I bale wo?,4?itthosheepckins, Alder ton; 10 caks tallowr, TW&Crc ~lr;jt tLe etores of Merssr? Pmneanand Cw?,.it ?,aleh wool, ditto sheep akins. . - : . :
THE GREAT EXHIBITION. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 13 June 1862
TaE GREAT ExltrsroO.-As the inasuranc of'the International htionl ihition.has excited consljerable in. terest we are re'iasted'to slate that the insurence 'was effected in the Norwich Union Fire-ofBce, by the authority of the Commissioners, his grans .the Duke of Buckinham an;d Chandos, Sir Charles Wpntwbrth 'Dilke, and Mr. Falrbairnby the contraotorspMessa. Lucat, and Keik,iwho negotiated the treaty for It with .Sir .amuel ,Blgnold, the secretary of-the. com. pany. Thee sum insured is L450,000;. subject to conditions of average, and the irate percent.'L0as.6d. .requiring, with 8 per cent. duty; a psaentet of 'E3,03710s. This is perhaps the .lagest irisran?e trapsaction ever completed by a single eOmpanyja the building is the largest straictue ever'erted In :this contry, covering no less tlan 21l) ares, with an, internal capacity exceedinok 0, J0,00,00 'cpbiu feet. The law permitting the nrranige~eett, thle comn. pary has hared .its responsibilit with:aome .othbpe ofti~e principl in...
DIARY. MEMORANDA FOR THE WEEK. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 13 June 1862
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LATEST INTELLIGENCE. ADDITIONAL INTELLIGENCE. VIA RED SEA TELEGRAPH. Sydney, Thursday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 13 June 1862
LATEST IN5TELLIGENCE. ADDITIONAL INTELLIGENCE. VIA RIED SEA TELEGRAPH. [FROM OUR OWN COBREBPONDENT.] B ELECTRICse TELEGROBAPH. Sydney, Thursdany Evening. Thie Iltntiernntial Exhibitlon opened on the lst of tily 'ith re t edacl ; upwalrds of 30,000 ienlple wer p',senrt. 'The weather was most hnilniant. albling t, the beaullty tof the scene which variety iof coLstcIw ci, ?t grandent If music contributed to render R mlskt .triiclinllflll t HlICOE'S. lHice MeABekETs -Ttllow. mutton, £46 per ton; do,. Neel, £44 per ton; hides, flat.