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SMALL DEBTS' COURT. WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 2. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 8 October 1861

/ SHALL DEBTS' COURT. .U; .WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 2. EPOEE the Police Megistrate and n B. Cribb. J.P. Macalister and Co. v. A. A. Gaskarth.-- Settled out oa Court. R. M. Barnes v. D. Mitchell,-This was an action for £2 Os., for goods sold and delivered. Defendant eonjeeted to some of the items, stlating that, if his servants had recirved them from plaintiff, it was without his (iffendant's) knowledge,. He,.howeer, admitted his inrebtclnees to the asiiount of 1t 83. Gd., which sum he oaid into Court, The statements of plaintilf and de f-ndaont being very cnnflicting, end thre hbeing no wit nsoes for eitfer, it~'ns sotgested br thle BPnch that they 'houl- endeavour to settle it Iretween themsclres. They ..ceorlinzly retired for th'at prtoaoe, but not being able to arrive at a proper itnderotanding, the case was post poned until the next day. Elizs Willes r. William Conroy.-£5 14s. 8d. Settled out of Court. Eliztheth Perry r. Martin Byrnes.-£10-12a.6d. coste. No jtriadiCtion. Owen Conner v...

Publication Title: Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
THE IPSWICH SCHOOL OF ARTS. ANNUAL MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 8 October 1861

THE IPSWBICK SCHOOL OF ARTS. ANNUAL MEETING. ToE Annual me-rting of the mehenkra of the Ipswich Mechanics School of Arts took place in the new hall, on Friday Eveniag last. Toe President, B. Cribb Esq., took the naihir. About 60 members were preneut. Tihe President opened the meetini by explaining the object for which ther were called together, and then proceeded to read the annual report of the coln-ittee, as follors: " The Committee of the Ipswich Mechanics' School of Arts ha'e great leasuore in meeting the members of 1thi institution in such a hall as that in which we are now assambled. "It willb he in thie recollection of this meeting that in their last report the Committee contemplated being able to increase the accommodationu the want of which had ,oerented the re?goular delivery of lecfures, and the e"stahlisament of improvement ciasst amongst us; and tIhy have now thle snatifaetion to ucongratulate the mem bera on the removal to somse extent sof this obstacle in ;b astcI~ceo...

Publication Title: Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser
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Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
MONDAY, OCTOBER 7. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 8 October 1861

forcay, OCTOBER 7. Beorya the Police Iagistrate. William Kenry Oven was fined £1 for drunkenness; ao, nortv-eihlt hours' in the cells. Thomas Conway, for the same oafence, was subjected to the same penalty. LncE~sE.-Adolphe Ragaly was gpante d ahawkers and pedlar's license.

Publication Title: Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser
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THE MUNICIPAL ELECTION. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 8 October 1861

THE MUNICIPAL ELeCTION. AT noon, to-doy, the electois of theK Munici pality of Ipewica will be call-ln upon go elect a sueressor to Alderman RETIOuNE. We are not yet aware who will be proposed as candi dstes to fill the vacancy; we. however, trust that seOne nessure will he concerted to obtlin a oond man for the office. After the leSsoII which was received at the last annual election, we hope that there will be more union amonest the electors. We hove no 'bobs that at ftir sight the Jionour of occupying a seat in the Cauncil for four months will appear of little consequence; but wh-n it is barn'- in mind thtr, in oil probability, between £5000 and £1000 of the tfuds of the Municipality will be disposed of withuin that tine. alnd nlien there is alan the probabllity of the MaYon retiring from his ofeie, there are weighty reasons for eodca rouring to obtain a first-class mao to fill the vacant seat. Let the electors bear in mind that "union is strength," and we feel aseured that if the...

Publication Title: Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser
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OUR PROGRAMME. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 8 October 1861

OUtr PROGRAMMAE. ".J T "is not often in the eitis and towns of ..he old world, thliawi.tliin the short period of '.ne wreak'twojournhls clhnge hlaaiisi. InI this : ," onntry halir'evr.r,-whic:l may be termed a -'nor.ioll of tlh III'n w wI.rii,--everytlnitg, lhas a .tnore rpid jT.plgreas, therefore it is not. such a .. nla iai'trer "<-r'~iurlrisr that lthI Ipa.wich 'er'ald iUnif.tn h . en'i t Australiman sliuld bohli 'rinv clhanged t'liri pr:.pra'.try during tlhe ptaf t 1wveekI. ae hope fllnt the clhaigae will conduce _ o the welfare and general Hadvaulag .of the. I t' ly be necessanry before we proceed to t-:ift' iat outlinl of our intentlians, to give some S imexplaiinmioni of our ren'ifoiis foir chiangina lthai namerut tlis joirarntl firom tlhaa Ipswoick Iicrald to tlaaat of te Qaeenldand Times. Tlhey are britfly tlaesat,- thie Ipswich HIerald wpas6,om S*itnan*ctd by Ha local prupriatary whlose olject 'was todalfeind tllair ownconoduct iaid tn advocstelheir. ownprii'iic...

Publication Title: Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
IPSWICH POLICE COURT. TUESDAY, OCTOBER 1. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 8 October 1861

IPsWICR POLICE COURT. T?UiDLa, OcTObER 1. i BFaORE the Polioe Magistrate. Bridget Liekey v. Mary 3,'tlenry.--Thli wet n] oction broughlt by Ms lbEckey against the dee elant, fo' throwing a pilce of brick at two of plairitl's chihldree, whoi were milking a goat in their ti~ekyard. The B nch aid the as.iult had been proven, but-it was of suih da] trivil natutl as not td dservee purilshnent.r RosTsc ron Oi'OBuc--8, J. Banken and B. Ctibb ' 11, J. Pauton and B. '..Smithb; 615, F. A. Forbes 1al T. de.L. Moffat ad.HO.alin , . ... ZG. -ssH ' ' ·- , - -. .-.L;s- , ... *o 'ji :: a;d.G. Firelot~i; 25, V. Gray and T. Rowlands; 29, T. de L. Mifle'tt and F. . Porbes. NOVEMBLER 1, H. Chiallinor anod R. J. Smith. SitLL DEBaT' CoUlT.-November 2, W. Gray, G. Fairelothi, and U. Challijor.

Publication Title: Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser
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Local and District News. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 8 October 1861

TinE MAL F R Sro?SrENE.--he mani, per faratW, which leaves Brisbane on Wednesday mornins, will be made up at the Poes-office, pswiechl at 2 o'clock p.m, thiesday. A eupplemenitary mail, for letters only, will be made up at 8 p.m. SALE O' PORT D?N?IsbN Anlo rNT,&--The tale f land at Bowen, or Port Dnisan, tooki aee at Brishede'e yeeterday. The town allotments were lnatepa aona'uaskt price of £20 perascre, and, withrt r. e'~ isn of a·ej lot sold.at that rate, reasi'ed -hik pie*itt One lot pu? *chased by Mr. R. Oribb realized abotiEt?yn per nere. The next sale of'land in this township.will take placein that neighbourhood., .We?KLY RETUBR OP .PATINc2 TR ITe. Pswac HosPerTaL:--Number of paltients for the week endint' 4th October, 1861--males, O0 females, 2. Admitted~, S; Discharged, t;o Died, 0. Total,'2. . iAbraham, Residest Apothecary. feswc?w Munxcrear Covtcn..--En' consequenc. I p'reisome, of the heat of the weather, there was not a "--oruman Wediresdsv aletenooh last. Tlheat...

Publication Title: Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser
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(From the Toowoomba Chronicle.) [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 11 October 1861

(From the Tooeoomba Chronile.) SrOCrnaG ACCtDENT.-A young, .Woman, named Mary Kirk, obtained permission from her employers to attend a wedding in Drayton, the other day. The horse she was riding shied at something on the road, and threw the unfortunate yosmg woman on a log, cutting the side of her face inn fearfil manner. Dr. Armstrongattended the sufBerer, the wound was stitched up and we are happy to state that she is getting on as well as can hbe expected. NAHnow EscAPE.-On Tuesday last Mr. Marshall, of the Middle Ridge, was riding a grey horse up Hume street towards his residence. When nearly in front of Mr. Murphy's house he pulled the reins rather smartly, which caused the horse suddenly to stand on his hind legs in a very unpleasant manner. Marshall still held on to the reins, which made the horse to fall back and roll over him, whereby he got his thigh severely hurt the horse's hoof tearing a portion of the flesh off. NAnnow EscerE FROst POItsoN?m . - On Sunday morning last ...

Publication Title: Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser
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Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
DARLING DOWNS. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 11 October 1861

DARLING DOWNS. (From the D. D. Gazette.) OPEr"INo OP T ToWooM:B A SoCOOL OP Aba. The inaugural ceremony of opening this institution will take place on Tuesday next. We understand that Mr. Hodgson, the munificent founder of the institution, upon wlom is very justly conferred the honourof doing the initiative on the occasion, will be up.in time, as will be seen by advertisement, a concert is to come after speechifying oy way of dessert tbiii intete'ectikal sli gramme. From the list of gentlemen who are nominated to figure in the forum on that occasion, there is no room for doubt but what there will be a very appreciable oratorical dislay; while, from the well-known cultivated skill of Mr. Klein, who is to lead the orchestra, and the lyrical eelebrity of Mr. and Mrs. Lindenburgh, the conceit will undoubtedly prove very attractive. A large audience is expected. TIE LATE ACCIDnET AT SANDY CREEL-Ir. and liers. Clyde and Miss Broad are hi Brisbane. AMr. Clyde and Miss Broad have nearly rec...

Publication Title: Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
BRISBANE. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 11 October 1861

BRISBANE. (From the Bueerulad Geardian) We are pleased to notice an announcement that another large mercantile firm are attempting to open up a direct trade between this port and a sister colony. The Rebecca, from Adelaide direct, is advertised to arrive with two hundred tons o! flour from the large and well-known house of J. Hart & Co. Mr. Connor, a member of the firm, is now in Brisbane, and is anxious to secure return freights for this craft, and to ascertain whether there are good prospects of obtaining the same for other vessels which are to follow. We trust his hopes may be realized, and that encouragement may thus be offered to others for the establishment of a regular trade between Queensland and the various Australian colonies. Our natural resoninse in the way of timber alone ought to he sufficient, as on the Clarence and Richmond Rivers, to keep a considerable feet of small vessels constantly supplied with cargoes. The ease of the- Prince Albert, brig, shows the ad...

Publication Title: Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser
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Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
To the Editor of the Queensland Times. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 11 October 1861

To tlu Editor of the Qeenslnnd Times. Sf,--I am informed that an Orange Association has been formed in this town, and that its first meeting took place at the private residence of an influential gentleman living in Bell-street, a few evenings previous to the election of Alderman Pettigrew, for the purpobe of preventing, as far as lay in their power, a Roman Catholic from occupying a seat in the Municipal Council, no matter how well qualified they may be for such a position, and also for the purpose of nominating one out of their own body in order that lie should have their combined strengteh on the day of polling. As I am desirous of knowing whether the above statement is really true, you would certainly oblige by giving the re quired information to an ANTI-ORAKGEILAN. Ipswich, October 10th, 186I. [We have heard of no such association, and we are perfectly satisfied that there is sufficient good sense among the people of Ipswich to prevent the establish ment of any association of th...

Publication Title: Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
(To the Editor of the Queensland Times.) [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 11 October 1861

(To the Editor of the Queenslaud Times.) Snr,-In terms of a resolution, unanimously arrived at by the members present of the Ipswich District Gram smar School Committee, held this afternoon, I am directed to draw attention to the last paragraph of a letter appearing in your issue of Tueeday last signed " W M'Ginty"-the paragraph is as follows: " I may here state, for the information of all concerned, that NEITrER myself nor the Rev. F. Hodebourg ARE members of the Ipswich Grammar School Committee, nor were we at any time members of it. Our names were placed on that Committee, not only without eour consent being asked, bnt even without our knowledge." The members of the Grammar School Committee were chosen at a public meeting. the largest perhaps ever held in Ipswich, and the Committee believe that the course, usually followed with regard to gentlemen nominated to act by public meetings, was adopted in this instance; every member of the Committee was separately written to, requesting...

Publication Title: Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
VARIETIES. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 11 October 1861

VARIETIES. AN AcERICAI CaUSTOa.-ThI San Francisco correspondent of thile New York Times gives tilhe fIllowing account of a recent duel between two members of the State Assembly: -" Charles W Piercy, aged twenty-four. a Locompton Democrat. refusel to vote for John Nugent for the United States Senate, giving as his reason on the floor of the House that Nugent was not sound on the Union. When the Union resolution was before the liHouse, several members had been refused unanimous consent to explain their votes. Showalter rose, said he wished to explain his vote, and if any man objected he would like the objector to rise mad make the obtjecton. A squabble ensued, and arrangements were made for a duel. Alter lunching together, the two principals were on the spot newly selected, some five miles away from San Rafael. The sixty spectators sat down on the turf to see the spectacle. Piercy had sent the challenge. Sheo waiter chose rifles for the weapons, and named the distance forty paces, whi...

Publication Title: Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
(From the Guardian.) [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 11 October 1861

(From the Guardian.) The Telegraph may be expeeted on Saturday, as strenuous exertions were being made'to get her ready to start this evening. We are glad to learn that Captain O'Reilly has partially recovered from another painful opthalmic operation, and that he will again accompany his favourite vessel. We learn that the A.S.N. Co's steam ship Prince of Wales has been completed at Deptford, England, and handed over to the Company's agent.. She may be ex pected about Christmas, and will probably take the place of the Yarra Yarra. The Prince Albert will take in eoal for Melbourne, and sail on S turday. The Diamantina sailed from Melbourne on the 25th September, but had not arrived in Sydney when the Yarra left.

Publication Title: Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
To the Editor of the Queensland Times. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 11 October 1861

To the Editor f the Queensland Times. Sra,-The Rev.W. lM'Ginty has at last thrown offthe mask, and declared without equivocation that the Catho lic Church (of course Roman Catholic) "never did, never will, and nerer can approve of any system of edu cation in which religion is formally excluded from the elements of knowledge." He also says the National Schools "are sought to be imposed on the Catholics of Ipswich, by nominating a few Catholic local patrons, some of whom declared to him that they were nominated without their consent, against their will, and that they shall never act in such ca pacity.' He further goes on to esay, he "shelall take care that the Catholics of this district are not thereby deceived, and that they take the system for nothing but what it really is,-Anti-Catholic and Godless.* What are we to learn from this Why, that the Roman Catholics will not co-operate in the Grammar School about to be established. Why not then, sir, let them alone to their own denominat...

Publication Title: Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
EXTRAORDINARY STORY OF DISAPPOINTED LOVE. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 11 October 1861

EXTFonnDINARY STORY OF DISAPPOINTED Lov?:.-A little before nine o'clock on Saturday evening, as Police-constable Ingham, of the Leeds lore, was on duty in Chapeltown-road, be was ac cested by a person attired in a workman's blouse, a Shbitl shirt, a pair of fustian trousers, a dark silk n-rlke:rhiaf, and wearing a black. and white straw hat, who asked him the road to Harrowgate. The policeman, suspecting his interrogator was a woman, took the stranger to toe lock-up of the Leeds Town Hall, where it was at once found that his suspicions were well founded, and. that the )seudo workman was a masculine looking woman of about 38. On beingquestiored as to her reasons -for assuming male attire, she told the following extraonlinary and scarcely creditable story. She is the daughter of a respectable farmer and butcher, who died about four years ago, leaving her seven cottages, which brings her in a rental of about 8s per week. Her sister is married to a retired worsted spinner, of Great Hort...

Publication Title: Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser
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Commercial. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 11 October 1861

Eoatrtt~cial. The. following produce lies been received:-At the stores of Messrs. H. V. Hassell and Co.- - casks tallow, 1 bale wool, FB over W; 13 bundles skins, 1 bale ditto, 8 casks tallow, R&T s 10 bales wool, FF over Dongs. At the Stores of Messrs. J. Murphy and Co. -138 hides, W. B. Tooth over Jingi.

Publication Title: Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Original Correspondence. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 11 October 1861

Origiuial Errrro4 btrnce. WhiTL our columns eill be always open to the insertion of correspondence on subjects of local and general interest, toe do not, by any means, hold ourselves responsible for the sentiments that man be ez~ressed.]

Publication Title: Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
THE RECENT CENSUS OF THE UNITED KINGDOM. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 11 October 1861

THE RECENT CENSUS-OF THE UNITED KINGPDOM. ;I' A correspondent, writingto the Times, says: "The unrevised numbers of the population enu saerated at the late census have already been pub lished in your columns for England and Ireland, and those for Scotland' having just been ascertained by the officials at Edinburgh, the result for the entire country may now be stated, The total number of inhhabitants of the United Kingdom, including the islands in the British seas, may be set down as not less than 29,031,164. Of these 20,061,725 were numbered in England and Wales, 8,Q1,117 in Scot land, 5,764,543 in Ireland, and 143,779in the Chan ncl Islands and Isle of Man. The army serving abroad and in Ireland, and the navy and merchant seamen absent at sea, are not included. " I Ireland an unparalleled emigration, continued from the period of the failure of the potato crop in that country, has diminished the population by 787.842 persons, or 12 per cent., exactly the decen nial rate of increase ...

Publication Title: Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser
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BRISBANE. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 11 October 1861

BRISBANE. Mr. Arthur Martin reports the snlo of six allotments of laud at Kangaroo Point, near the residence of W. Thornton, ]qg., for £110, £140, £140, £130, £120, and £120 each respectively. Also, 2000 pieces of paper. hangings at from 6s. to 14s. per dozen pieoes. Maize from 4a. to 5s. per bushel.

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