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ABSTRACT OF SALES BY AUCTION. Saturday, June 28. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 27 June 1862

ADsTRac O oesALEs El 4CTIQEP. ~s day, h~l 58: - By M. U. M. Coc~-larra,at tbe Oorporatio a Iceyawds, ,.at 11 'clock, S0·ead ci hocues..

Publication Title: Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
LATEST INTELLIGENCE. SYDNEY. Tuesday, 6 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 27 June 1862

Br ZstaSMe 2'~Oatff. *..-.. . . S... Serg at S nremon, together witth. a ml body of ha ? n?csed hl'intr?a?hthg four of the e~aort rob. into the Wtddin Mountins,'eand; iter a chase of Giamlles, they ,uoceeded in oaptpring pack honre, with f ,fhundred ounors of aidtoalen.gold.. The baditti la. Afeske f hs been sect 5ct after them. SBuragng g ~enoit his arrived with three ,~ nd oeae, m~7the Lehlan with thirteen hun. S bent ,.br,?smti6? ld their intention to hold the 4Wuiliths latter . geeorthasbeen saswgthened. TTheA. 8. N.tompsny bae cbartered the steamer SWillams, fan sle .MRtaor iver:Oompany,.to run be. Wetrint Nri d oAR~pkhsap?n. She will. laver thin ' m cde'oe" t d.s •, . edadL ,tp.m. tfu..question of opening the proenedloup of th Isembly with panyer ws brought before that un to day, and. su eared in,the Ialfemative by ar majority of one, a "dillelty .bas take plrie amongat the Obinaes esdents on the Sofal .gBld:reld. It ap re that a tiTcunderstanding hetwenitao sMetior of tl' les...

Publication Title: Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 27 June 1862

TO CORRRS~IPON~DjNTS. We w~mle to hold overr ecvm intereetin toni-~ 12200j8d003 e otlliir Liszt issue ,?

Publication Title: Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. WEDNESDAY, JUNE 25. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 27 June 1862

LEGISLATIVE COEJhCIL. Wapiasai; Jv.ea 25. The President took the chair at ten minutes puat three o'clock, and opened the proceedings with pramycr.. APPOINTMENT OF A SECOND JUDGE. On the motion of Mr. WESTERN WOOD; the Houseresolved itselfinto a Committee of the whole for the prpos of considering the resolutions standing in his ndme, but in aubitiag the motion heobtainJ leave to make the following amendments, namely, the aubstitu. tion of the aord "nii?' in the first line for "to.mdrroW" ind'the subdstitution-in the liird line of the hArstselzu tion of the Words "another'TJudge" hi lie oaf the words C Obief Justiee' He then' mored hip amended. nrolutions as follows:-" That this House ~lII, how, resolre itself into a eommittee of the whole Bonse to conosider the followingresolutions: (i.) That thia Hoise. pemriving the many and great evils that hase arisen from the etitM administration of justice in this e1lony hsving been oesafded to one Judge, is of opinimon that another Judge ehoul...

Publication Title: Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser
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DIARY. MEMORANDA FOR THE WEEK. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 27 June 1862

DIERY. . * Y1D 2"01R OBBORABDA 100 THE WENK. SMorn. I i 201 P0?&nr ........ 64 1I l 10 6 0 10 S0 8 .s..on. .... ) . . -; 5 I1-1 10 .I 1 1124 |i ( Jo ATs ... B.| 2 I 4 1I2 (1I 0 46 ( | MoxDAY ......... | 6 MI ! 6 28 ( 0 28 ( 0? , II TnoIso ...... 161 h r 4i 22 110 -2'-IWxovtsn4? ... I s 04.1 it 247 22 42Bll?] SI TussDAr ...... I 53 5 12 0 ' 66 I I 8 The diferenoe 'In tme between high w.?"te a the Bar and Brnshaeels 1 houm4 minutre, aed ipswichb hoors 25 slotutro, 'lbch dlfnrenremnslube aided no the 41me of hih wnleron the .,. The eutesiy wnlda on tbeenoaz nt the lioy, Andts fress Irsb L > ?erlver, ote enoero Co etatlno; Inn con tahle, but tihe. - ~essrnlfaeeldesol , cOd go o stLsyOno low. Ege dittusfsanb ftmeL IP8WICII.,FRIDAY, JUNiE 27, 1862.

Publication Title: Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser
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LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. TUESDAY, JUNE 24. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 27 June 1862

LEGISLATWE ASSE&¶BLY. The hisnay, Jue 24 i - ' BThe Beer reed prasypgers, and took the ebair at twenty misntes past three. . BOARD OF EDUCATION. Mr.WATTS moved "That the Board of Eduel tion having ignored the right of .ell' Non.Vested Scjol.s to participation in any of the funds, whicbh; by the Act passed in the first Session of Parliament they were asuthodrised to do, Resolvef--Thst it is the opinion of this House, that all Non.Vested Schools, especially tbdse in exisetence at the time of Separation, shoulJd receive sunch aid, and that it should be at $nibe.girnted."2 Tb. quesetlon which. was involved.inlthe.resolution was one that had cansed much agitatsion not oaly in Brietnse but throughont the whole of-theaolony; and he would, therefore, impress upon every hon. member who intended to oppose the resolution the necessity of giving it his most grave consideration, so that he might be able to show the. Rouse why the Board had not complied with the spirit of the Act by refus...

Publication Title: Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser
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THE EXTENSION OF OUR TERRITORY AND ITS RESULTS. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 27 June 1862

rtE EXT5Kl5o0 OP OUiTfmEs roa? r AMP ITS . RSULT5. A EsPraTOS baa been, received from;ths. Dukeof Nwoasmrcu eanclosing her Mz?satr's letters patent, annexing all chatportnon of the continent ·of Astralta lleh liies to" thennoribh ward ofdtis26th pirallef 'lfoih latitude ands between the si ; wsu~ t½keV ui insomeaidipns of east longitiazd ttOetiaher *itatl'ilndsena the, Gulf of OCartan atoissthis ololny,. .This gives to Queens?edathe valuable county llesd the Plains of ?roeise, contaninginthelivers Albeiit and Plindaeiv togetheir withblie Wellelley TIleds'in the 'Gulf of Vetarpiris. It will hp 'doubt'be inudii nejghbob d o' of thodfal what. the ipget tuitable site jIl be diteovered forhse foriiirtion of as shipping port, as it .is pruj$bl? t jt they w?;llpsuse some.lnterruption: to the coral formatloub ~ibh s'mworriid' the ?oait, aind thus came a btreak therein well adapidoi Kthabsrbouif6refr assels We cbnceie that be of tle frir ditie' of the Gdvernment will be ot ascertRif?, its po...

Publication Title: Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 27 June 1862

SALES DY AUCTION. 20 SHAD OF HORSES.. M- 40;CiOEURN has received instructions Sto Sell by Public Aa'ction, at the Corpo * ration SalJYeirls. Od SATURDAY, the 28th JUNE, at 11 o'clock precisely, 20 BEAD Of OEsBS, maot of them broken.in and in good condition. Terms, Cash. 540 VALUABLE FBEEHOLD PROPERTY, IN OGiLL STREET. H -rn. COCKBURN has receivedinse?ructions to , sell by Public Auction, at his Rooms, Niobola-street, . On TUESDAY, JULY Ist, at 12 olockaprecisely, S- All Wthat SPIECE OR PARCEL OF LAND, containing by. admesurementl teod 15 perchbes., more or tess, being paart of original allotment No. 2,. and situated at Omaratreet, Little Ipswich. Together with a . TWO-ROOMED HOUSE, n. other utbnildings: The whole is fenced in 1ith a substantial feOse, and there is a Garden with .ipwrds oEO200 ?aluable fruit trees. S:or~Pijhrthericparticulars, apply at the Anotion toinmsl hobolas.treet. 1 .. .. . S , Terms st Sal. 541, S..: ONE HEBEFOD) BULL. F AT'FlORINI & CO. have received ...

Publication Title: Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 27 June 1862

e dututuitant U Cftitls. . . .'. , . T B . ... : , ... . SoitielcartP .-The Munmo'' oft hubsi ption to the Quesiliind Tnis l BeTreail ShUi tndl Sixpenceer quarter, if paid ILn'sdvnnia,'or tShillings and lx pence crei. .The quarteri terminate on the '0th Sep tember,Alet'Deobinbsr, 8ln March; arid 80th June, at which periods?only can subsoribern deline, by giving notice, sad paying the amount due to the end of the currentquorter. :i . . Single sople., Sixpence. ADVYEIBMEVm TS are ilsertod acTm ding to the fol lowing seale: Two lines.....n...;.............1......... 1 0 rorline l. ne........................... 2 0 Sialines .;..i...,v.l>-... .**I-- ** 28 4 SEight lines, ar. mdei one inch ......... ,.. .. Every additional eight line, or inch 1 0 The following Discount is allowed on all advertie. anents continued- " For . ioertions ............... 10 pcent. 18.. . ... ... ....-.. 1i - *.,* , .! .'S .,, , :„ ...... ........ 2 '5,.. .... ' - All advertisements must ecify .on th?f:as ? of...

Publication Title: Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser
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Commercial. IPSWICH. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 27 June 1862

Commercial. rPSWICH. -The following produce has been received snd for ..arded :-rFrom the stores of Messrs. G.;H. Wilson and Co.-4 bales wool, BK; 1S tasks tallow, ?W& o. 1 do. do., GT; 5 do. do., 83 hides, 2 cases, GD in dia mond. From the storer of Mr. H. V. Hasell-17 bales wool, HJ; 3 do. do. ES. , _-..mm ,,sm,,,,,m . - -,.

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Shipping Intelligence. DEPARTURES. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 27 June 1862

DIbippintg jtttrjigittit DPARtT JE8. June Sl,--Golden Sprin, big, 178 tosb~a ptain Rosea, for Rockhamptdo, with portio "obther irigisl! cargo an?d 15 passengers. Ju?ne 24--Queensland (a.), Cptain Pfatall: fpr the Northern Ports.

Publication Title: Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser
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WHAT TO CALL IT. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 1 August 1862

WHAT To Ob~tV It.: The !onlg word ' ntnationsrl' Is nostl~d irrtional. RI how he enigar, ed esaft fox' pomenen Be let's eiteaoe eli rrenilees, And because wre've gnt Then Bolere, Let is, atiston thebe'er pure The Demans. A S?. WAY o0 MAEI?NG I R, On.-?vhat- b (lg best way of buy'ng a eurrant damplingP With the enrrant ooa, to be ure , . A Neun M Naronaov,--ee?aue oame hue Etenal Oity, that is no reason whyl the Pope, by the temporal misgoevernment of Roame, ahould be suere to make an eternal bopre. Aeomnitz Q. ama A.-" Iao tte e te marty ~meiae in this England ofours it the preant day t" This is a question asked, pertinently, by a Cont, porary, We Pply, cti~lnly It, but they take up a gnat deal too •mtuh room lb this Englund f out, and act b if they tbhought it wan an England of thei~a, .heaso we would say-off with crinoline, oa, off to Columbia, iow#'0 MAte A Pzaror BEAM t ol@ 1t ifh Wet hare been told of a lawyers clerk who h?acneweded In doing so by continually asting Thorley' oo...

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"PUNCH" EXTRACTS. THE TWO QUEENS IN THE EXHIBITION. (On the night of May 1st, 1862.) [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 1 August 1862

" PUNCH" EXTRACTS. Ta TWO QUEENS iN Tf xjrititroNo .(o the wst of Me let, 186.) Midie ht is the monstel Building, Tlhe.das?.labourdoOe, Silence', he two thohuno4 ce," Peaed buenow liken . For the crowd of thrice three thousand, Hewo I parce srlone; From the orchestra deserted To the empty throe. Through the svasty void of stlimes Did I hears a souad t Was it my own echoing foot-faill Fireman on his round F Or Policeman alow patrolling Tranlept, nave, and aisle ? Was that gleam his bull's-eye stetam?ng. Or his moon'lit tile Ne'er fell tread of mine to stately, Walks no ireman so hot thfs sounds polioeman's bluohes, Heavyheeled and slow. H'ever bshed from blinding b1ll's eye Radiance like th~a Never moon with sucrh an aureole Crowned policeman's hat. Lo, two shapes from out the darkness Of the nave hare grown! Hand in hand they nesr the a s, Near the empty.throne. By the'beamy crown that circles Either radiant brow, By their royal orbs and aceptree, These be Queens I trow. Strong the ...

Publication Title: Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser
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AMERICA. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 1 August 1862

AMERICA. A correepondent of -bthe ies,· writing from Washington, under date 17th April, says: The military ignorance of theAdterican generals is the most striking feature of this war. Seversl of them are very brave sold'irs, very sensible and clever men, but oonly onaer two of them have had In opportunity of seeing service. Itie fortunate for the Union men that they have opponents who are not more experienced than them. selves, for against an European Brmy they would he utterly lost, notwithstanding all the bravery of their volunteers and their good artillery, who not only equal European troops in many respects, hut surpass them even, young soldiers as they are. The worst is here that generals are not always placed according to their military merit, hut far more according to their political views and position. More or less this is the case with us, or in other European armies, but it is counterbalanced by gir. ing such political generals an effcient general staff, who do their busin...

Publication Title: Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser
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INCIDENTS AT NAPLES. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 1 August 1862

INCEIDENTS AT NAPLES. On the morning of the 4th instant there ft 5e greet review of the National Guard. The Kinog walked to the front of this magnificent body:of armed citizens, which wee drawn up in the Plant del Plehiscito, and made the distribution of mealsi to the flags of each battalion. This solemoityover, Victor Emmanuel repaired to the church, where he was rieeived by the Bishop of A~rno, The prelata said to the King, "Your Majesty has been elected by God to liberate Italy from the thieves who have robbed her for so many yeast But this is notyour place, your place is Rome. Go to lRome, and get rid of the fetidness of the temporal power, and escend the steps of the Capitol, blessed by ?our people." This allocution of the bishop was receied withthhunderno ris.va It was a scene which be n can describe. It would have- been'impossible or the King to go baek.oto the rboyal .palice on horeebsck, so his lMajesty walked through the streets, surrounded by a dense crowd of eager sliect...

Publication Title: Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser
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IMPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 1 August 1862

IMPORTS. Yarra Yarra: I 'case bedsteads, I keg chain, R. Mand; 1 casee, W. Abraham: 2 cases, 1b hale, I triuass, J. Berkman au; 1 bag seed, F.R. Biggis ; t case, 1 bale, W. Besscr; 8 trunks boots and shoes, 12 kegs nails, 11 bundles spades, 1 bale leather, 6 packages, Cribb and Foote; I package earthenware, 0. Davis; 100 bags lour, 1 ease stationery, W. Gray and Co.; I box earthenware, J. Goldsmieh; I cusk, 1 bale, C. Gorry ; 1 puareel, J. A. George; 1 ecase, 26 trunks boots, Hunter and Co.; 6 kegs nails, I case, H. V. Hassell; 8 kegs, 6 drums oil, 12 bandles iron, I ask chain, l bundle saw, 25 cases kerosine oil, T. H. Jones; 3 kegs white lead, I keg paint, 1 drum oil, 4 packages rope, tichner Bro thers; I case, 1 roll leather, H. Koch; S cases, Kennedy; 8 bundles wire, 1 can, W. Keith; 2 cases wine, R. Little; 1 truses, 3 bales, 2 trunks, 1 crate esrthewaree, 1 cask kerosine oil, M. and H. Levy; 1 bale drapery, 2 bags flour, I package trees, J. H. Isavers and Co.; 8 dray boxes, 2 ...

Publication Title: Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser
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REVIEW. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 1 August 1862

REVIEW. Coroms: As Accoc?r or rrea Cotrusg rv r OMBAY PESIDEnzcr. By Walter R. OMssells. Bombay: Printed by order of Government. Lon don: Smith, Elder, and Co.-This book. which is both a large and inbportant one, comes before the public with the prestige of great authority. It has been prepared from Government Records, and other authentic sources, in obedience to instructions from the Government of India, and contains a large amount of statistical information of a' reliable cha racter, unmingled with a single speculative remark, and entirely independent of theoretical opinion. The book consists entirely of facts sad results con nected with cotton culture in India, and a detailed history of the effects.produced by what may be called natural.causes, and also by thedifferent suggestions made from time to time for encouraging cotton culture in the Presidency of Bombay since thicom-. mencement of the India trade in the year 1000, up to the beginniog of 1801. The collection of facts hus b...

Publication Title: Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser
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EXPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 1 August 1862

EXPORTS. Telegraph: 68 tales wool, I parcel, Hsssel! and Co. 2 casks tallow, 20 hides, J Morphyr; 8 casks tallow, 61 hides, 8 bundles skins, Panton and Co. ; 17 caskstallow 97 hides, 9 bundles skins, I bag wool, G. H Wilson Co.; 191 hides, M. Bookuey; I package, t. Bourne;S casks, 2 rcasesaf.lrt, A Rode; 4 coes fruit, Umascek: 27 eases, 1 cask fruit, Shkyrin~g; C cases, 2 casks fruit, T. Clark; I case drapery, Buton a; 1 parcel, osely; 25 boxes, and arms, . Harvey; 1I0 cases fruit, . Bulcoosk. 93 hides, Heussler & Franekseen; II casks, 6 cases fruit, 3. R?gers; paroel, W. Devine; casks, I ease rirtt; S. Brown; 8 casks, 9 bunches froit, Johnson ; 65 hunches bananas, AJ. J Hockings; I parcel, B. & A J. Kingsford; 1 parcel, Hunter & B;Cd- 1 cask fruit, G. Baftk Go. The Yarn Yarre left Sydney heads on Thursday last, at 3 p.m., lhaing, at the smpe tme,.the steam dredgeand ans iron prnt (built by thi Messrs. BZussell and Ca.) in tow, She experienced on leaving mode...

Publication Title: Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser
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THE MIDDLE LEVEL CATASTROPHE. INUNDATION OF 20,000 ACRES OF LAND AND AWFUL DESTRUCTION OF PROPERTY. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 1 August 1862

TE MIhDDLE LEVEL CAQTTEOP1E. iUHiDATXow or 120,000 ABEs OF LAND aN AWFUL DES5tr0cToN oF ?ROPRTEY. Lcy, TcEsDAY lOlasIo.-The destruction of the dsice and bridge connected with the Middle Level outfall (which cost £30,000 for construction a~bout 16 years ago), which occurred on Sunday, the 4thb instant, has been attended with the mroost serions results. The entire drainage of a vast portion of the fens between Lynn and Peterborocgh depends upon the cut, which has been regarded as quite a feat in drainage, and it empties itself into the Onse about three miles sbove Lynn. On the 14th inst. the bridge dod sluice were entirely destroyed (it is sup posed through being made on a standy foundation) and a house or two engulphed. Since that time the most strennous exertions have been put forth to conastruct adam for the purpose of keeping out the tidal waters, hut up to the presenttime all has failed though between 20 and 30 barges Filed with sand have been sunk (only to be washed away as if t...

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Commercial. IPSWICH. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 1 August 1862

601Hillertial.l [PS WICK. Meesrs. FPattorini and Co. report:- MuHEP ST?TIon. - Many enquiries from persons anrious to invest; but there is still the same indisposi tion to sell which until after lambing and shearing. Ci?nE SLnONso -Some enquiriee, but no saesB to report. UrtOscaED Courav.-Nothing doing. SHaEP.--There hao been a very heavy demand for young sheep, and high prieso have been offered; but in consequence of the indisposition of holders to part with them at this season of the year, no sales hove been effected. Smto? Sn?Eo--Good wethers in demand; we have sold two lots iqee our last, one on the Bogan and another on the Downs, at l0s. per head Fi? SBuP.--We quote as before, viz., IOs. to Ik.; considerable enquiry. Ca1Trz .-There has been an unusual demaid for mined loti of cattle, to be delivered in Rockhampton, and otherpartsaof the NorthernDistrints. Thepioneers of the new country to the North fnd some diiculty n obtaining a suifiable supply. We have sold a lot of store ca...

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