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DEPARTURE. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 20 June 1862
DEPARTURE. June 16.-Balelutha, sceasmer, 650 tons, (ptJn Trouton, for Sydney. Pssengers-Mrs. O pbe, Measrs. A. Sandeman, Walker, Gilmore, . 8. Grifin, J. C. Collins, G. Batlett, S. M. Franklad, I. Scott, and 20 in the steerage.
Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 20 June 1862
. a • . rvw ts. June 16.It-W el tp, steamer, 700 tone, Captain O'Reilly, from Sydney the 14th iasctnt Passengersu l.rs. SutEliffe and osrvant, Miss Rankiu, Miss Bicker ton, Messes. T. Jones, Sellam, E. Smith, Swanson, J. Steph. ns, Bluning, Master Campbell, and I6is the -teuae e.--Ths Gem, schdoner, Captain Drithie, from Newesetle the 18th Lnt oo ..-Pisengers-niL Joune 16.--Oolden Spring, brig, 17T2 tons, ?apmala asese, fronm Melbourne the 9th instant. Passengersa nil. G. Raff& Co. agent. June 16.-t-H.hS.. sloop Pioneer, from Sydn~ etbe 14th instanut.
THE GREAT MEETING AT IPSWICH. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 20 June 1862
THE GREAT MEETING AT IPSWICH. The following sketch, having been picked up by ..r devil and brought to the office, will speak for itself. At first we had scruples regarding our right to appropriate the contents, the packer naving evidently lost its way in transmission to the Post ofee n route for England. But in our anxiety to lose no opportuniry of catering for our patrons the Australian public, we give them the benefit of our discovery. Our readers will be no less surprised than ourselves in learning that the veritible Dickens whose arrival has been sometime anticipated, should hafe so suddenly appeared incognito in our midst. Desiring to lose no time in making myself acquainted withlthe rsvarious shades of Australian society, Iproceeded M y appetite tor thingepeliticalbid been keenal 'wlrsaed-tyl-hbsiseetik Off ~the MfitTtufB l~at)SilId and havingheard the distant murmur of another great political typhoon, my pleas were formed and executed. The entre of this imbroglio was in what ...
THE ELECTORAL BILL.—PUBLIC MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 20 June 1862
THE ELECTORAL BILL.-PUBLIO MEETING. A public meeting of the electors of Ipswich and Weast Moreren was held in the School of Arts, on Tuesday evening last. for "the purpose of taking into considera tion tie Electoral Bill now before Parliament." His worshipthe Mayor oeupisd the chair. There wereabout 150 persons present. The Harox, in atatingthe object of the meeting, said he believed it had been hastily got up, and not so nume rous as might have been expected. The provisions of the bill which they had met to conaider interfelred with the liberty of the British seubject in Queenelsand. Agaionst the franchise under which they bad returned thdeir repre sentatives in Parliament, as yet he had heard no com plaint in this or in any other electorate in Queensland. Four out of the six members representing the electoral distrieotsof West Moreton and Ipswich, had voted for the second reading of the bill, and if the meeting had not been called, it would have gone forth to the country that we e...
LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. WEDNESDAY, JUNE 18. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 20 June 1862
LEGISLATvE COUnCIL.. WBDUSDATr , Joe 18. Tbhe PRESIDINT toolk the chair at 25 minutes pust S o'olock, an opened the proceedings with prayer. ALTERATION IN TRE SITTING DAYS. The . ATTORNEY.GENERAL inoved, without notlice, that the House sit on Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thurday in each week. The motion w carried ithout dilssent. . PETITION. SDr. 8HOUS presented aI'etitioo from a very l,,e Publie meeting ofa eletoe rsecetly .held in Brisbane, prnyiog that the Ioue would not interfere with the. hown.eoteear system otfediosiow a·tprent presrliln la the . oloy~ an?..ovmadtht th. petition be print *wbioa was carried. . INSOLVENCY BUSIN1ES~. Mr. FIT~ morovd, without notisoe, for a return of the. number of insolvencaes eineo 8eptomber, 1859, the amounts of liablities, the amount of asete realised, the smoout of feen reeijved by the oaloil aseignee, and the amount of feee received by the ourt. The ATTORNEYGENEERAL then laid os the table thc.return e4iled for. PASTORAL OOCUPATION BILL. --On the ...
The Queensland Parliament. LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. TUESDAY, JUNE 17 The SPEAKER took the chair at 25 minutes past three. RETURNS. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 20 June 1862
·%li 5 autuanlanti S~iadir'alitratt e (Abridged from the Courier.) LEGISLATIVE. ASSEMBLY, T'UDAY, Jdus- 17 The SpEaSs tuok.the chair at 25 minutes past three. RETURNS. The MINISTER for LANDS laid upon the table of the House certain returns, moved for by Mr. Mloffa:t some tinme since, having reference to the numbered of runs tendered or and forfeited under the provisions of the Tenders Regulation Act. The COLONIAL SECRETARY laid upon the table returns of the expenditure upon the Volunteer force at Brisbane oand Ipswich; and on the motion of Mr. 0 SULLIVAN, these returns were ordered to be printed. ELECTORAL ACT. Mr WATTS presented a petition from certain electors at Toowoomba agaifstitbe Electoral Bill. He stated that "tfe eotition had been forwardedto him for presentation. The SPEAKER said that the petition was con. trary to the Standing Orders, and could not be received, as a document was attached to it which ahould have been.incorporated with the body of the petition. He also 'obs...
Local and District News. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 20 June 1862
Eacal autb i9istrict NeWss. SUDDENr DEnATs.-C0oaolana'e UerST,-A Ctoroner's inqnest was held yesterday at the Sovereign Hotel, Little Ipswich, on the body of John Carter. Emily Sarah Treadwell deposed thet deceased had been at herhouse, with his wife and family, on the 7th instant ; he and his wife were then tipsy ; on the Sunday following, about 4 a.m., her husband went to the look-up and bailed them out; saw deceased several times after this, and he ap peared to be verylow-spirited and unwell; he would not get a doctor at first, on account of the expense t he e pressed a wish that, if anything happened, what he had might be given to his wife; he died at about a quarter to 8 p.m. on Wednesday. The husband of this witness de posed that on Friday, 7th June, deceased, his family, and others were at his house; about 11 o'clock the children got restless, and Mrs. Carter gave one of them a pat; deceased said, "Don't do that, mother-don't knock them dear children about;" nupon that, Mrs. ...
LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. WEDNESDAY, JUNE 18. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 20 June 1862
LEGISLAT'iVE ASSEMBLY. WasDsmDAY, JUce. 18. The SPEAKE read prayers, sand took the chair at t-wenty-five minuteo past three. PETITIONS. *it H. CRIBS presented a petition from certain in 'hanitannA of Brisbae, praying tht the operation of the Education Act should not be interfered with. Mr. O'SULLIVAN presented a petition from certain nhabitants of Ipswen, praying that alterations might bh suiade in the Electoral Bill then before the House, so that etery male adult in the colony, who was in the receipt of. £0 per annum or upwards, should be enfranchised. QUESTION. Mr. HALY asked the hon. Colonial-Treasurer-(l.) When a hi-weekly mail is to run between Maryborough -edu ayndaht iftduring 1882. (B.) Whether any ex tension of the postal lieanes to the North and Wet is c.ontemplated for this year ? The COLONIAL-TREASURER, in reply to the irst question, stated that the Government intended the h -weekly mail between Miryborough and Gayndah to commence running in January, 1888. With reference...
DIARY. MEMORANDA FOR THE WEEK. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 20 June 1862
DIARY. UMgoKIODA& 700t 333l WEE.. - m 1 . " .B IHtghbWar.on 2 oPara .... RIse. I S et. orn I Aft, PII sarwLnar ,...... I 61 )8 as a Is 1 5 a '' - svweu ·.'...... 1 e a s 18 e o o ,s t osu .... ..6 0 I 2 9 I * 2s 7 14 t. I S?T0?6At.... . I 62 1 I a 48 12 60 5 1 WOtrItoAT ... I 6 3 ] 150 I 81 1 9 0 S| Tuonsroy.,... 536 15 II 924I 9I4 The dfltooto It tOme between high Wsttr at tte Ber sod .rtsI?ne Is I hour. minDutes, Jnd ipwleb hours 25 mlnUeI, bhieh difference odust he dded to the otoe of Ihgh water on the het. The easterly winds on Ihe coat of the Bay. snd the freshh In abeerter, oRen tause 0 'ariatlotn gmro our table, but thess art sertely teldental, snd goveroed by no knoen eaw. IPsWICH, FRIDAY, JU ?E 2, 1862.
LATEST INTELLIGENCE. SYDNEY. Tuesday, 6 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 20 June 1862
LATEST INTELLIGENCE. Br ELECTuIC TruarsaP-. (From the Courier.) SYDNEY. Tuesday, 8 p.m. he lneblan escort was "stoek-up" on Sunday night last, when about 45 miles from Orange, by the notorious Gurdier and his gang, who had placed no less than eleven draye across theroad, and thus formed an effectual barricade. - When the escort reached this barrieads the highway - men fired, and frightened the hores, which boltedl, and thecach wan speedily capsized. The ergeant in charge received two shots, and the driver and ope of. thegaarda aere also wounded. The gang of desperadoes took posseassion of the gold, amountingtothree thousaodounce, and also broke open the mailbags, and rifled the valuable letters of their con tents. When the escort arrivedat Orange, one of the coasta. blee, who had been in charge of the escort, shut himself dead in the coach. Dulnsans, an coontdnt in the Telegraph OBoe, has abseonded, taking £1000 with him. Wednesday, 6 p.m. The Gold Escort robbery by Gardnerand his g...
STEEL FIXINGS FOR EVER. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 27 June 1862
STEEL PIlINGS POE EVEB. The canrm is broke of "a f r oOf " Our,ancient navel friend, And Iron, i*e ing, of mtals king, Thai shot nor ehell cn iend. -shesb thed in a ts, from dok to kb , Onrfoture ship. muet be, Andwohe? tidetor toqoide Blak Warriors of the Sea. With wood ad sail 'gainst steam in mail, Of SghUtng who:would d?nm - Drake mst have struck wirth t annd duok Oppoed to steel and steam, No mop delayr, or coming frays Build teamees lOn-oled; Ou Nllel cShoo?, lo? ruew? bytooi, Let rairn John Bulls their metal hlils The besat things out declare We're skill 0ou0h with native stuff To heat Britannia wane. When comes the till, we'll see who's spilte, Or rst. from combat swerves In Iron ships, the paroty whips That hbs the iron nerves. Onr toelaey plain the rolling main, A jouoting we will go, And all our coast defend (se Pors) With Just a Wonoa..blow. Vongresa be kind, and rapise the wind, For whicbh the ae waits ; Or foes to insh just whe we ·rish : Weonly need the plates. -Asir"...
DREADFUL BOILER EXPLOSION [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 27 June 1862
DREAIFCL BOILER EXPLOSION A fearful boilern explosion occurred on Tuesday. morning,, at theMillfield Ironworks, Prieetfeldeidear Wolverhampton. ' The works, which are ceried on by Mr. Thomas Rtse, and'belongingtothe Bitrmig iam Baeking Ciimpny, consist of two. forgts bndl three mills, all for the meapufacture of differeL' ds criptions of fluaed iron. One forge--the only one now at work---onsists of twenty puddliin fbisiaees, a shingling hamier for beating the deros from the bells.of molten iron which are produced at the pid. dling furnaces, and a trainof rolls for' -olling, t'e roun,-after it leaves the shingling hammer, intopud. lied bars, preparatory to its being cut up, re-heated, and rolled iuto.merohantable iron in the :mills. Tae ngine *which worked the shingler's hammer and the poddled bar rolls was of eighty hores' power,' high pressure, and was supplied with stearm foi'M wo cylindrical bollers, with hemeipherleal :enui, eight or nine feet'diameter, by about twenty feet ong....
Local and District News. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 27 June 1862
ilota i ii ' tltrtct ' Nrlnz Tap Qse ertasLa ItWpEaiiz COMpAnT.--I few of the Provisional Oommitee of this company, who .ars desirous of obtaining notoriety, called s meeting of the shareholders oe Monday evening; at the Shool of Arts, Brieaine, fou the purpose of protesting sgintt the. pro. deeaindgs of the proVisional eotitottee,.wsio;on the pre sentation of a equisit.ion signed by very liarge number of shereholdes, had' determined t.o ignore some of the alterations made in the deed of settlemoet at the' aeeting whioh tonok place on the 18th instant. - .erp?'alu tione werepassed, and a memorial adotiiet wihinew w to be signed and presented to the prosiontil ioinmnitttj_ embodying tha:views of the conveners 'ut the' vaeetinf: A deputation has sinees-visited Ipbiwich ,with a view of obtaining signamtures to thes me?iorisal4 but as the masjority of the,sharehplde~s i. thi Ltown. had i slready signed.the former rquisiition, t?:?yOUnd..ve~yt ;little support here. The pelobue muengj oti...
LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. WEDNESDAY JUNE 25. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 27 June 1862
LEG~IS?BLATIVE ASSEMBLY.' Thbe SPEAKEB read prayer., and took the ohir at twenty eight minute. pallt three. STANDING ORDERS.COMMITTEE. Tbhe COLONIAL-.SEORETARY brought up a report from the Standing Ordem Committee, recommending that certain alteratione be made in the .standing Orderea namely :-L That if any memberabent himself from the Housefor three eonseoontive da .during the eMeiono without the eonsent'of the House.anob member .ha]l be adjudged to have been guilty of ontemp,, and w'il, be li?a?le to a' fne oft20. 2. That any member .couneg out the'ouse thall bideeetmd to be presant, .whetherhe in or not, when the BSpsker counts the Houe. Ne wouldmove that the-report begrinted, and -?t?atit be considered in commtitee thenetjday. .. Mr. O'SULLIVAN moved ae an amendment, that it be onsidered in committe cn Tupday next, whioh mwa Carried.. ANTS oF LANb TO RELI~IOUS DENOMI. NATIONS. - - Mr. JONES asked the Colonial 8ecreotry-t hether graont of land, or a gran forotber than..burial pur...
Home and Foreign Extracts. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 27 June 1862
MatI anbt forign Extracts. FereO Reue Pyper s toApril 26.) BDaemi AStrs I - Mr. P. Montgomery, shoe malter, Bldg Village, informs nas of a rather novel mode of prlserring bees. It would appearthat last year was a bad one for those interested in apiaries, iinsmatolb 4 it was feared by many that these in. dud?aml institutions would be depopulated daring the wister. Mr. Montgomery, byway of tentation, resolr to btiry a " kep"oto ot ight, which he diid4 rdigtily, about the end of October last. Whethbr he was asreid the inhabitants might take Freoqspave some morning, or that inaQition could be imomre effotually obviated under than above grdqtd.5e.do not koow;, but bury them he did, by d?qsitting them in a hele in his garden with six inobes.,of?s.th over them Being s?uon i the flith of his inhuman (?) yet novel experment, he on Tuesday lest exhumed the skep, when his most san guine hopes were realized by finding its occupants ll alive and tkicking. On Wednesda e saya, they are "working be...
NEW SOUTH WALES PARLIAMENT. QUEENSLAND DEBT. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 27 June 1862
.. . . T ·· ?,.,L ?$"' " "...;" NEW SOUTfr WALES ?ARLTAVEIIt (rss le·, kgdsey We;L;.. nztg f~dj4:~~~' QoUEN5LAJD DEBT. r..~Wekse, in movging forJpav toAring in a bill for determining the:port6ido the the public debt of New Pouth'Wales to be bornehby thecolony of Queenslppsid taid ?t the hill was similar-in its pro visions td one introduced last session, but wsbEh .: had been .withdrawn on acctint of the late priod, of the esaion.in which it was introuced..: . *,, Mr. Holroyd said that,although ,the late eood oftheeseasion. might have~pd something to do, 4) the matter, yet the real:easono *y it ,had down lad been that.a-tmjprity opfhM been of opinion that, even if any award this colony 4would bhave.o means-of uf$sa That was the reel reason, 'end the aine'at existed nowass regarder tbieilw ji Dr. Lapgqiupposedt £bsrewAll moheeut honesty eniough north of the.boinadarp oi colony to ipduce the oblonistsaof.Qneeta aui't consent to earry out any ipiupol that jdight he mide to them, .and to...
ARRIVAL AND CLOSING OF THE MAILS. MAILS ARRIVE. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 27 June 1862
ARRIVAL 41$D CLOSING OF THE MAILS. MAITS ARRIVE. Fuox Bar?a?tmas.--D4lay t7 p.m. &lt;Sundya ri~pte.) Box DatonI, asn TWOOwovl--a.u-nday, A p.m. and Thursday, 8 p.an.. Faox Ww~-iC-SaBn iays and Thbrsday, a p.m. MAILS CLOSE. Fox BanrlNB.---8 p.m. daily (Sundays aecpted). Fox DarmoN AND ToowoonB--Tuesday, at 11.45 a.m. and Friday;, at 8 p.m. Fon -rWaxwCP x.--Mondays,'at I p.m.;. and Fridays, Sat 6 an.m. SFotitarrmTo (Canal Creek).--EveryTuiday, a. 1145 a.m., by Drayton; aud every Friday, at 6 a.m By Waraink.
The Queensland Parliament. LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. TUESDAY, JUNE 24. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 27 June 1862
..?e tutenulapbs 3arliamcint. S (dbAfirgedfro? R the Courier.) " LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. S Tssoan, JuMn 2" The Psasnorr took the chair at ten minutes panst 8 o'clock, and opened the proceedings with prayer. PPER PAPERS.' The ATTORNEY-OGENERAL laid on the table the following despatch from the Duke of Neweastle, addre?sed to Sir George Bowen: With reference to my Deapatch No. 89 of the 14th December last, I now transmit to yon a Supplementary Commiussion onder-theGreat Sea, for altering the bouc /dary of Queensland. I understand that in snonerring these territories for the present to the Eolony of Queens land, her Majesty is taking a step which is acceptable to the Governsnent and h1gilsatureof Qeoenland, oun whom Irely for peasing the measures necessary in order to •omple the ineorporetion of these distriots with the colony. YoU will Ifurther pereeie that the opportunity Jss been taken, on isuing ohis Supplementary Commis sion, of'conveymg to you, mo eomaron with moet of the -ther Austr...