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IMPOUNDED AT LITTLE IPSWICH. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 29 October 1861
IMPOUNDED AT LITTLE IPSWICH. From Mr. C. Hanson's paddock, Three-Mile.Creelc Driving and trespass, 4s, 6d. per head. Yellow and white bullock, P off-rump and cheek, T2M of-ribs. Two yellow and white steers, P off-rump, PMP off ribs. One red and white heifer, two yellow and white heifers, one white steer with red ears, yellow and white steer, all branded P off-runmp, TM off ribs. Wlhite heifer (calf), hole in off-ear, like JH off-ribs. Red bullock, 00 over JW off-ribs. Brindle and white steer, top off near-ear and split, WS near-rump. Strawberry beifer, top off off-ear and split, P over WS off-rump, PM off-ribs. If not claimed on or before the 18th November they will be sold. A. HASENKAMP, Poundkeeper.
Home and Foreign Extracts. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 29 October 1861
ialua e Rab jforcigu-xtractu. . ExaAonotreARr Doo.-At Alderliott camp there is a large spaniel belonging to a sergeant in the Rhovyal Artillery, who has been taught by his master, during tedious days of camp life, to perform tricks that are almost marvellous. The dog is perfect in drill, marching slow, quick, and at the double, in obedience to the word command. After he had been put through his paces, his master called him up and asked his opinion of the various regiments on the ground. Where the plungers ehe best corps? -no signs of approval. Where the 42?= Foot? silence on the part of the dog. alter going over half.a-dozen names, the master asked,. exactly in the same tone as that in which he had put his plrevilos questions, thedog's opinioti of the Royal Artillery. He instantly burst out into joyous barking, jumping about, and rolling. The sergeant then called for three cheers for the ling ofPrusasia; no sounds-three cheers, for the King of, Naples; a low growl-three cheers for t...
No Title [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 29 October 1861
If I might give a ahort hint to an impartial writer it waould be to tell his fate. If he resolved to venture upon the dangerous precipice of telling unbiassed truth, let him proclaim war with mankind-neither to give nor to take quarter. If he tells the crimes of great men they fall upon him with the iron hands of the law; if he tells them of virtues, when they have any, then the mob attacks him with slander. But if he regarda truth, let him expect martyrdom on both sides, and then he may go on fearless; and this is the course 1 take myself.L DE Fox.
NEW ZEALAND. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 29 October 1861
NEW ZEALAND. His Excellency Sir George Grey, K.G.B., the future Governor of New Zealand. arrived at Aunk land early on the morning of Thursday, the 26th ultimo. and landed in the afternoon. He sailed from C.lpe Towu on board H.M.S. Cossack, on the 15th of August, having in person prorogned the Cape Parliament the previous day. OTAGO GOLD FIELDS. The correspondent of the hielbourse Argue gives the following latest particulars: Friday Evening. October 4. The fortnightly escort arrived this afternoon, with 12482 otunces, an amount which seems to have disappointed almost every on a. It was accompanied by Mr. Strode, who showed me a fiue prosprct if one ounce twelve pennyweiehts twebty grains.which was taken fr.,m a claim sunk in a gully through which ran the main Fuapeks River. The plice is only a few miles from Gabriel'Ps Gully. The condition of the miners at Tuaspeka mry be fairly estimated from the fans tr. . ,.',, thepro. allay J ,ff in ,Iis ible ot ode n of ack .1 r of old. :the e ...
DIARY. MEMORANDA TO NEXT PUBLICATION. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 29 October 1861
DIARY. MEMORANDA TO NEXT PUnLICATION. OcT. & Nov. Rise. Sun Bir?WanreB. eRites. i s . I Morn. I Aftern 2 - TnsnDAT ..... I5 17 I16 11 538 6 0O 0 I WEDNESDAtn ... I 5 16 1 6 12 1 6 22 i 6 45 31 TaunaAT ...... 5 15 1 6 13 f71 7 7 30 1 I 'Satia ......... 6 16 i 6 13 I 7 0 ? 8 S4 2 SATUnnA' ...... 16 15 1 4 14 1 I ?0 20 38 SuDT ......... | 14 - 16 I I 66 10 24 4 1MoNDAT ......... 13 6 18 I 10 0 SO 11 16 The difference in time between high water at the Bar and Brisbane is f hour 4S mnutes, and Ipswich 5 hours 25 minutes, .Aich dilferencemustbe added to the time of high water on the -ar. The easterly winds on the ctut of the Bay, and the frehes in the river, often cause a variation from our table, but these are moerely accidental, and governed by no known larw. UES 'OuTen B2an 9, 1ime1. TUESDAY, 'OCTOBER 29, 1861,
AMERICA. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 29 October 1861
AMERICA. In a communication dated Waslhington, July 24, Mr. Russell states that there was intense anxiety to hear what impression would be made abroald by the battle. ' What will Enthlnd and France think of it?" was the question which is asked over and over again. Of the Cabhinet, Mr. Chase, the Secretary of the Treasury, is perhaps the only man who bore up against the disheartening intelligence of the battle of Bull's Run. Of the popular feeling, he .says;- "The ministers are already ordered to resign by 'the emasters of the mab, and ssfer a just punishmtent for their temporary submisasions to thes clamour of e creown less monarhs of the north-east. The Secretary at War, Mr. Cameron, whose brother fall at the head of his regi 'Sent in the field, is acehsed of making the very sub mission-which was, indeed, a crime, if ever it occurred -by the very few people who urged it upon himo , and there are few Ministers who escape invecstive and insittu ation." The reverse of Manassas caused ...
A SCENE AT AN IRISH TOWN COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 29 October 1861
A SCENE AT AN IRISH TOWN COUNCIL. The Nortlhern Whig gives a curious reportof a acenein the Cork Town Council. Tne oeunversation happened to turn, on the desirability of endearouring to induce her Majesty to visit Cork, and the Mayor and two other inembers had spoken, when Mr. Sheehan rose and began: Well, in talking of the Queen Mayor: You are out of order. Mr. Shenhlan: I got up to speak in Loud cries of "Order." Mayor: Call in the Mayor's sergeants and put this man out'if he does not sit down. "Order" and confusion. Mr. Sheehan: I will not, sir, for you. tThe Mayor's sergeants here entered, and approached Mr. Sheehah.] Mayor: Remove him. Mr. Sheehan (turning to one of the sergeants) : Ye dare not do it. I would knock the half of ye down, ye pack of ihumbugs. Whtiatthed-i am I doing? I got usp twice, and he got up twice, ?and you called me to order: The Mayor (addressing the seigeants): Remove this individual. If any member of the Council will persist in using abusive language, an...
SOUTH AUSTRALIA. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 1 November 1861
SOUTH AUSTRALIA.' The South Australian iegister of the 27th nIt. has the following account of the presentation to Mr. Stuart of the patron's gold medel of the Royal Geographical Sciety:-" We understand that,on Monday, the 23rd, when Mr. Stuart visited his Ex cellency SiriRichard Macdonnell. at the (overinment Offices, his Excellency took that opportunity of presenting him with the patron's, modal of the Geographical Society for the year 1861., which medal -the highest distinction thatan explorer can gain had been awarded to Mr. Stuart for his .ery gollant expedition, with Mr. Kekwick and another, nearly across the Australian continent last year. In pre senting the medal, his Excellency observed that. he would gladly have handed it to`Mr. Stuart on some more public ocasion; but as he was of pki4i n that the sooner Mr. Stuart returned to complete the task still unfinished, of crossing from ocean to ocean, the better pleased he would be himself, as well the better satisfied would be'th...
VICTORIA. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 1 November 1861
VICTORIA. On the 11th instant, the first application was made to Mr. Sturt, P.M., in his pirivate office, by Charlotte Harris,s mairied woman, for protection under the newv Divorce Act. The information mrade by the applicant set forth that she was married to the responderit, Francis Harris, on the 30th of April, 1842,' in St. James' Church, Melbourie, and that about the month of April, 1855, he was convicted of iittering several .forged cheques, and sentenced, cumulatively, to a period altogether of eleven years' penal serv;tude. On the 26th of June, 1861, he obtaiued a ticket-of-leave for the district of Gipps' Land, and left Melbourne without having then or since contributed anything to the support of the applicant, or settled any property upon her. She had given him nojost cause for deserting ,hcr, atd'as'by her own industry as a school-mistress sle ?ias able to sulppirt herself, and had acquired iq~ property, she prayed for the protection of the agratrate against tle respondent ...
NEW SOUTH WALES. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 1 November 1861
NEW SOUTH WbALES.. MODEL OF THE KEY BrIDaE.-The Model of Mr. Woore's " key briges" in the gallery of the hall has attracted a considerable amount of attention, and numerous enquiries as to its principle and con struction have peen made of the machinists, Messrs. .Tames and Davis, who are in attendance Lfor the purpose of giving explanations to visitors. The peculiarity of the bridge was recently described by its inventor in a paper read at a meeting of the Philosophical Society, and which appeared in our columns. We subjoin a few particulars respecting the principle of the bridge, premising tlhant its con struction can only be unde:stood by an inspection of the mnodel. The distinguishing feature of the key bridge is stated to be " a new disposition of timber struts arranged in a series of triangles to form a trussed beam in such a manner that the strain rests solely on the longitudinal fibre of the timber, and that the whole is incapable of longitudinal expan sion." The main design ...
THE ELECTION. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 1 November 1861
TaE EwEaTnOr. Intelligenoe reached us from Gladstone .on Thursday asternoon overland as to the number of votes recorded there on Tuesday, which completes the returns for the d?istriot, showing a majority for S?ademan of twelva votes. The paoienlars are given below. 3 The very small number of votes recorded may be partly accounted for from the number of persons engaged on the ·stations at che present time in shearing operations, and from the absence of both candilates. But this does tiot exculpate from blame many residing in this town who we know failed to record their votes. SThe following is the final state of the poll: oen.oeha.mpton. Canona. Gladstone. Total. Bandman. 4 2 4 60 Walsh............ 22 0 26 48 Majority for .Sandeman............... 12 '.K3 GasDBNst Ar tKas*i-It has been frequently asserted by men ignorat of this distriet, that the climate Is tooshotnd dry-for ·ie a?ueessful cultivaton of agri esitural producne. Fa·ci, however, which reach us from tes to time, testify t...
ROCKHAMPTON. NATIONAL EDUCATION. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 1 November 1861
ROCKHAMPTON. (prens the BUletio.) AT . IOAL. EvcaroN. -A meetingof the uaubcrihbers towards the erection of a National School in Beolkhampton, was held at the Court -oneon WVednesday evening, 8th October, for.the pur pose of electing local patrons. MIr. Pybus ia the chair. i.The Secretary read a communication from the Secre. tary to the Board of Education, of whsich the following asa copy: , Education Ofice, Brisbane, Sept. 23. 1801. . Sir,-1 hare the bhoor to acknowledge the receipt of yairletter datcdthe lthjastsp.ant,-n .by direction of the Board of General Edneation, inform yon, is reply, that they will grant towards the.siection of the school hildidgs at Roeckbhmpton the maoimum proportion of aidadmitted by tlfeir.regulationas provided (1) that the Board's quota does not exceed £1000, and (2) that they reeirve a formal cuaranteefor thesunpaid balance of the £800 locally contributed. . "I have the honor to be, sir, your most obedient ser want, S"' Roan BoIrE, Secretary? : The Tr...
THE CULTURE OF ARROWROOT. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 1 November 1861
Ton CULTURE O ABROWROD?T. A gentleman who has spent many years in the South Sea I lasnds, bur who is now. residing in Sydney, has favoured us with some informatiun concerning the pro duction of arrowroot, which we subjoin for the benefit of persons intending to eulirate this article: "Arrowroot in ~tbe SosunhSeas is obtained from two different plants-one indigenous, not much unlike the common potatoe both in tubor and haulm, and is culti wated just the same way in drills, .xcept where it grows wild, when the ground is. kept free from weeds, and as aoon as the stalks w.ither they are taken up, or there will besome difficulty in finding the roots. The other is the Mlanipot, introdueed from South America, and is now cultivated most extensively in many of the South Sea Islunds It is much more .sy of culture, and produces a mupch larger amount of arrowroot, with less trouble in main it. It rs much more useful plant to thenatives. Evey part of the' rootis good for food. When carefully wah...
ABSTRACT OF SALES BY AUCTION. SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 2. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 1 November 1861
ABSTRACT OF SALES BY AUCTION. S&TTruaDY, ForVBER 2, By Mr H. M.ICoCacURN, at tile Crorpoatis,sale yards, at 11 p'clock, horsas, dray, wIter-truek, harness, &e. IB Mosatta. FTTOIIonI & Co., at their sale-roonms, East street, at 12 o'clock, memhaedize, furniture, &e. B1y Mr. R. C. Macxt~.tEt , at his new uction msrt, Brisbaue-street, merchandise, bookeq spring cart, &o.
MARYBOROUGH. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 1 November 1861
MARYJOROUG I. (Floe tr A2ltbortcgb Clronire', October 241.) TXeMunicipsal Counel have advertised for n gentleman harving a knowledge of engineering matters, to act as Toan Sa?qrpor. a The new p of wool is leginin to arrive, and an improvement in busxens is expected in consuequenee. Yearsanas 'xLA:nD S.LE.--There we a malh larger attendance of buerc at the land sale held yesterday than was expected, and ail the eligible lots were sold. The cauntry lots were inferior back lend near the cotton ground, and consequently did not sell. Therewae conl siderable competition taor thie town lots and it is clear that the value of land is greater than for some time past. Whether this fact is a result of incorporation, or of an increase of population, ne lenave our readers to judge We believe thegros proceeds of thie sale will nolbe much leass than £1000. Particulars will be found in another eolumn.
Shipping Intelligence. DEPARTURES. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 1 November 1861
£j)ippitng *ttr ligratr. DEPARTURES. COtabor 29.-Clarene, steamer, Captain Cottier, for the Northern Porte. passengers-Messre. Fyfe, Higginson, Celdwell, Burrowee, Haigh, Kemball, Tonlque, Mrs. Burrowes, and 20 in the steerage. October 30.--TYarra Yarra, steamer, Captain Bell, for Sydney. Passengers--Rev. Dr. Fullerton, Mesers. E. C. Cracknoll, J. W. Moorfell, George Warren, C. Burdorf, Arthur Hodgaon, Mrs. Hiodgson, and 10 in the steerage.
OPENING OF THE QUEENSLAND EXHIBITION IN BRISBANE. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 1 November 1861
OPEWNING OF THE QUEENSLAND EXIIIBI TION IN BRISBANE. (From the Guardian.) The Queensland Branch of the International Exhibition was opened yesterday by His Excellency Sir G. F. Bowen. Precisely at twelve o'clock the Governor arrived at the Exhibition Building, accompanied by Lady Bowen and the members of the Executive, and was received by two of the Commissioners, the Hon. Dr. Hobbs and the Hen. J. J. Galloway, and the secretary, Mr. Thomas Dowse. The vice-regal party was attended by Lieutenant Seymour, the Aide-de-Camp and Private Secretary. A large number of ladies and gentlemen were present, who had received cards of admission to the ceremony, the numbertowards the conclusion of the proceedings beiog about two hundred. His Excellency and Lady Bowen having taken their seats on a dais at the upper end of the build. ing, D. Hobhs read the following adddress: To His Excellency Sir George Fergasoa BDoen, Governor of Oueensland. Scm,-The Commiasioners appointed by your Excelleney to gi...
EXPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 1 November 1861
EXPORTS. Clarence: 10 casks mineral waters, 2 cases drapery, 2 casks currants, 8 boxes pipes, 3 cases brandy, 6 pots, 1 cask salts, 8 bags roeek slt, S casks copper, 6 packages oil.stores, 12 cases old tom, 3 cases whiskey, 18 boxes candles, I case hats, 2 cases, 2 kegs nails, 1 nask covers, 2 hogsheads rum, 1 hogshoad brandy, 2 quarter-casks whiskey, 4 boxes glass, 10 casesgeneva, 10 cases whisker, 18 cases wine, 5 cases drapery, 2 cases chairs, 5 cases oilmen's stores, 2 octaves wine, 5 cases drapery, i cask cofee, 20 bags sugar, 8 Iogsheads beer, 8 bags maize, 1 box tsbasca, 9 poackages oilmen's stores, J. & G. Harris; 3 packages leather, Hall & Aldersaon; 161 bags flour, 6 bags potatoes, 1 dray, 2 chests tea, 2 half-chebts tea, 18 cases wine, 2 bags rice, 9 cases ale, 9 cases brandy, 1) cases, oilmen's stores, 18easks mineral waters, I hogshead brandy, 1 quarter-cask brandy, 4 casks beer, 2 bales corks, 5 eases whiskey, 5 cases old tom, 1 taspaulin, 11 cases oilm...