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MELBOURNE. Monday, October 21, 8 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 1 November 1861

S MELBOURNE. :Monday, October 21, 8 p.m. Weather wet and stornywyafter three days hot winds. The Pirate (s.), from Otago, is stranded on the Tasmania coast. All handsesaved. The Lo"tise, from Oalifornia, has sailed with her cargo for Auekland. Tuesday, 7 p.m. The Governior and party have returned from their tour. The Assembly met to-day and the Estimates were laid upon the table. Attlle trial of Costello and others, for conspiracy at the Mornington election, a verdict of guilty was found. One point was reserved, and the defendants were admit ted to bail. ....... .-. :.. ...:Wednesday, 7 p.m. The Budget is promisLad for Tuesday next. *Dre.Evane oa elected for Maryborough. The Government prolpose reduoing the gold duty to Is d. per ounce. Nothid g doing in marketa.

Publication Title: Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
A DESPERATE HAND-TO-HAND CONTEST. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 1 November 1861

' AD D re.s*iti ' HA?De-To.HAwD COhTET.--OIn Saturday. night; b:6fore the -battle, two of the Minuibota;boys took it into their heads to forage a littq,fpr amxtteetetat1s well as eatables. Striking qut,Fr~om . teerutca mpment into the forest, they kolswed'a narrodw'i'?ad msoe aistance, u'atil, iurning i'.Whedd,'fite'Session pickdts. " eanred not fifty yraesdlslt';It,' 'the partites discoVered each other Iltrialtatessoly;'id at once levelled 'their rifles end fired.' Two of hel Confederates fell dead and one, of the Minnesotiais, the other alto falling, however, but-with the design oqf.trapping the other three,who tppcencarp. up, as.they snid, to "examine the d--d %ankees;"' rawitg his revolver, the Min. Sesatin founda e had but two barrels loaded,' nsi with thes he ehot two of the picket. Springing .to iis feet, and snatchinrig his sabre bayonet fromn his rifle, he lunged et the survivor, who. piroved to be a stalwart lieutenant, armed only with a heavy sword. The superior skill of ...

Publication Title: Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
THE ROMAN OFFICIAL AND THE PARROT. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 1 November 1861

THE ROMAN.O1FIC1AL AND THE PAllOT. S(Frsbs the Spectator.) Ms. Clement Caraguel tells the following atory : " A- French .gentlema, Al. -e was travelling iu Italy,aecompanied by.hia wife, who carried with her a pet parrot. On coming to the frontier of the Roman States, an official demanded their passports, ad, after asking them what they were going to do at ReImd, eic., he espied the parrot. 'AlAh, you have a pacrot, I see ; does it talk 7' ' Of course it does.' 'What does it asayf' Whelt does that signify?' 'Sir,' said the odicial, sternly, 'this-is no joking matter i parrots sometimes use very improper Ion. guaee-seditious words, oven.' ' lntcrro~nte the bird, tlhen,' was the answer. The official naccording., ingly endeavoured to make it speak, but not one word would it utter, perhaps beenuse it was fatigued, or did not undelrstand Italian. At last thle head official said, ' Well, there is only one way of ar ranging this business; you must write down the phrases your parrot can say...

Publication Title: Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
TERMINATION OF THE STRIKE AT NEW CASTLE. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 5 November 1861

TERMINATION OF THE BSTRIKE AT NEW CASTLE . (Fromn die eareetsile '&kAcle, ;o err Id.)-* A conferende betweekn the mebers of therecolddtion committee, the man agreof ththi'A ki\ d?Coal aeid Cn. per Compaies, ehiud feoti6r oithbedelega~fs, vii;, Messr. a. Fleecher, Allai Wilde, Corless,;ad Menwick: tobk plhce on Saturday afternoon at Wood's Hotela, 'opposite the court-house. Mr. Lewis, ILLA.; Wa present. C?onsiderable disncussion qnsed, ?nd eventually the following lerms wei?greed.apon.. . Ist..That tdie rents of the huos should be reduced to Is. 6d. per week. .. S?ad. Tn' reents ofthe bric~k bonsee to be redouced Is. per~eek to ettenr ed wheelem. Sard. Thei?ierseto give UOo lbs. eoal to the ton, and to hade small coal supplid to thiosgratis at the mooth of the'pit. o4t. Themen inb paalees in theeold pit to be put in 'good pia in the new pit; when opened. or.r Hanetell here ets ??aebsd boe reqested by the direreore of the eompeaies in dydoey. to retptn their best theans to tht...

Publication Title: Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
NEW SOUTH WALES. NOTES OF THE WEEK. Friday, 25th October. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 5 November 1861

NEW SOUTH WAL~.' NoTEB OF TEE STEE. (From the Sydnaey Je leg Herald.) Friday, 25th Ortober. The Land Bills. haS iaeste lsae, andsod fueChOione Immigration Bill havihing pasesithe'Upper Iouse will, no doubt, soon become law also. In the bill for the regulation ofthe gold-felds, however, the Upper House has expuosed the clasue prohibiting the issue of mineral rights to Chinese arriving after a particsular date next year. Thefoondation stone of a new hall :for UCourt Morning Star of the Ancient Order. of Porester, No. 2002," was laid on Monday, by the Mayor of Sydney, on a piece of land at Waterloo, the gift of Mr. Byrne, the Chairman of that municipality. The Foresters mustered strongly on the ooasion, and walked in procession with beand and banner from Sydney to Waterloo. A disuii and a ball followed the ceremony. The exhibition, at the School of Arts, of articles intended for the next international exposition of 1862, is attrasting a great deal of attention. A warrant is out for the...

Publication Title: Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser
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(To the Editor of the Queensland Times.) [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 5 November 1861

(To the Editor of the Qneenand WTinr.) Sta,-I am much surprised that yon have not taken up the quc stion of immigration, immigration remittances, and laud orders. Your contemporary the North daustralian evidently does not like the system at present in farce, as any one who will take the trouble of reading the late articloe on Mr. Jordan's labours will learn. Then again .there is the late attempt to mislead those who were entitled to immigration certificates, in right of their pumhases at the last land sale. Surely, air, if the North A?~utralian had not a motive of its own to accomplish, it would not have published mouch a left handed explanation as that which appeared hi its issue of Tuesday lasst,-the authority given for the rumour is that of a member of the Legilsotive Assembly. Now, air, I beliere you know, and the public of Ipawich also know, that there are some members of the Legialative Assembly whose words require to be received with the greatest caution, more eapeemally if t...

Publication Title: Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser
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To the Editor of the Queensland Times. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 5 November 1861

To the Editor of Lthe Ga?e?lad Times. Sra,-Permit me sincerely to apologise to your er respondent of last Friday, Mr. J. M. Thompson., It has been a case of mistaken identity, and now there is cheer fully made what repaqration es possible. Allow me, at the same time, to say, that my lhaft was barbed in such a manner as I neither knew nor intended. Till reading your correspondena's letter, I was not aware that he had ever resided in William-street, or ever had an office in George street. I alluded to William-street as the site of the alleged model of the intended Primary School, and to George-street as being to most minds a synonym for Sydney. I had been often irritated at hearing, not natives alone-but colonists of Queensland generally allude to Sydney, and "itow it is in Sydney," and "what was done in Sydney," as if Sydney were toe primary and Snal court of ppeal for Quernslaoders on ill matters ar tistic, aesthetic, social, or political; till, objecting to feel ing mnyself part of...

Publication Title: Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser
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ENTOMOLOGY. To the Editor of the Queensland Times. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 5 November 1861

ENTOMOLOGY. To the Edilor of the Queeesind Time. Bra,-The happy arrangement of tile public press for the redress of nrievanes extends beyond mankind, and the wrongs of tihe s Blbt-ly" are taken up by the North Aatrtian in an article in last Friday's paper. I must confess myself at a loss to understand the drift of the gentleman calling himself "Your Philosopher," which leaves the reader in the dark asto whether the writing is an attempt at humour or science. By tellirg us he "is rejoiced at any opportunity in which he can bring his philosophy and As y into play," he prove to us that he has a tolerable suppiy of modesty in addi. tibn to his other qsalihcationat hutI cannot see that his humanity advances sioene by allowing the line to spoil his dinner, and should rather have considered that when a man puts "lamb and peas" upon his plate he intends to eat, instead of taking tihe opinion of his "dipterous" friends. EHe, however, tells us that if tle fies were left to their superior disc...

Publication Title: Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser
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IMPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 5 November 1861

IDEPORTS. Telegraph: 8 cases fruit, C. W. Hunt; 1 trunk, 2 packages boots, J. M. Illidge: I pse, 10 eaks, 10 cases beer, 1 bag effects, I cask, 4 qu ar-caskas port wine, 2 c-ska mnul, 1 cask peas, I case sutdriea, I coil line, 42 mate sugar, G. & H. Wilson: 1 truss, H. Hl. Resee; 1 keg asila, Tidswell, Wilson, & Co.: 1 roll lead, 2 boxes glass, 1 case, T. H. Jones, 11 bags salt, 28 bags sugar, 9 casks ale, t cases ale, 1 parcel tinware, 1 tarpaulin, I cask earthenware, 6 hogsheads sugar, 10 bags rice, 1 half-tiere tobacco, 1 keg rum, 20 bags flour, 10 chests tea, 20 half.chests tea, 1 cask sundries, I cask glass, 1 case hatchets, 2 eases sundries, 1 churn, 20 cases wine, 8 cases, 1 eanvas parcel, I trunk, 1 case, 1 half tierce tobacco, 5 boxes soap, I keg rum, 60 bags Sler;', 1 parcel pipes, I parcel, W. Gray & Co.; 2 cases oil, 18 kegs nails, 2 casks currants, 2 casks raisins, 6 trunks baoots and shoes, 1 bale harness, I bale leather, 4 chesls, 20 quarter-ch...

Publication Title: Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser
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Original Correspondence. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 5 November 1861

Original Eorrt0poebtnce. I dile our columns til7 be alotays open to tbhe insertion of correspondence on sebjecte oflocali and general interest, te do not, by any means, hold ourselves responsible for th sentimrnts ethat may be ezressed.

Publication Title: Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser
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EXPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 5 November 1861

EXPORTS, Carl Beyer: 121 tons coal, J. and G. Harris. The Ipswich, steamer, will leave theAS.B.N. Company's wharf, for Brisbane, this day at noon. The Telegraph will leave for Sydney on Tuesday, November 5, at 9.80 p.m. The Telegraph left Sydney Heads on Thursday, October 81, at 7 p.m. Passed Smokey Cape on Friday, November 1, at 8 p. m.; rounded Cape Moreton on Saturday, November 2, at 8.80 p.m., and anchored at the Bar, same dayat 6 1B p.mn. During the first part ofpaseage had fresh brhmeazes from the N.N.E., oith one weather; later part, moderate from the North, with light, hany weather, and smooth water. Captain O'Reilly reports.-November 1;, at 6 p.m, twenty miles north of Smokey Cape, passed'the steamer Urara,with the stams lender Ulmarra in tow, bound to the Clarenee. Noovem. ber 2, at 8.80 a.m., off.Cook'e TIsland, passed a schooner bound for the Tweed River. Barque Rebecca and schooner A.ustralia, at the Pilot.Station. The Boomerang let RoEkhamnpton on Saturday week, with 7...

Publication Title: Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser
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Commercial. IPSWICH. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 5 November 1861

Eoxmmet-ciaJ. TPSWICH. Mr. Coekburn reporte the sale of 25 head of horses, at as average of about £8 per head. Also an American waggon and harness, at £35. Mr. B. C. Mackenzie reports the sale of a quantity of merhlndize, &e., at fair prices ; also the private sale of half a ton of dried fsh, at 6d. to 6td. per lb. The following produce has been received and for warded :-From.the stores of Messrs. G. H. Wilson and Co.-22 bales wool, GD in triangle; 10 ditto ditto, ItHB; 400 hides, 13 hogsheads tallow, TW & Co. From the stores of MeHrs. W. Gray ana Co.-20 bales wool, Mt. & Ly ; ditto ditto, RP & SYM. From the stores of Messrs. H. V. Hassell and Co--24 bales wool, M&DoverG; 4ditto ditto, FF over Donga; 2 ditto ditto, Win triangle; 12 ditto ditto, Bracker. From the stores of Mr. B. Forrest-9 bales wool, TT over T, from Jondaryan. FRAUDS On BSrPPcas.-The commeleial article in the 8. M/. Herald of the 25th ult. contains the fallowing: -The Shah Jeh...

Publication Title: Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser
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THE NATIONAL PRIMARY SCHOOL. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 5 November 1861

THE NATIONAL PRIARY SCHOOL. The Cnurier of the 30th ult. in a leading article on the Primary School system makes a comparison between tile doingsof the Rockhampton patrons and thoseof Ipswich, which is anything but favourable to the latter, and concludes by saying: One of the patrons, we perceive, has stepped into print for the purpose of setting the matter in "its trie light before the public." If the light in which he does set it be the true light, we should be glad to enjoy darkness as better suited to our vision. He states that the Provisional Committee collected, in cash, £248 Is.; but he does not state that the patrons have collected anything. He does nay "they will not cease in their endeavors to collect whatever further sum of money the public may be disposed to give ;" but he dbes not say that, since they were appointed patrons, they have made any endeavours from which it would be possible to "cease." Because the whole of the subscripttonm have not been paid, they are not r...

Publication Title: Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser
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PRODUCE REPORT. [O. B. EDSWORTH.] [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 5 November 1861

PRODUOE REPORT. [I. a,-xswoErs.]) Wool.-A limited business has been done in con. asequeneothe of the small alrrivals. A few lots of new iwool have been offered, but the rates demanded by growers have been above the ideas of purchasen, who have bid hligher than they will do when the opportunity of catching the February sales lhas gone by. The samples that have been exhibited are touched with seed, and not in first-rate condition ; but it is lhoped that this may not prove the characterlatio of the season's clip. Sheepakins are not so flrml, and may be quoted halfpenny per lb. under the extreme quotation of last week. Tallow.-There is want of animation in this. market. There are few parcels in shipping order, and the trade leave been the purchasers of the lots offered. Prioes ase searcely so firm, and mixed melting must be quoted 8ts to 80s. A quantity in bullock hides realised 82s 9d, the packagee being vpev objectionable. Hide.'-Tleere is nothing to report in this market; prices abou...

Publication Title: Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser
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OFFICIAL NOTIFICATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 5 November 1861

OFFICIAL LOTIFICATIONS. (From the Government Gaette.) PaaoooTron or PatantB?-t.-By a proclamation in Saturdsy's Gazettlle, Parliament is further prorogued to the 14th January, 1862. Pass~eson Acr.-The Imperial Act for empowering the Governors of the Australian Colonies to fi the numi her of passengere which intereolonial tad?es may earty, is published. Tenders are called for fencing the military equare, Bdrinbne. INsLoLV?T ConRaT.-Meetings will be held n the 28th instant, in the estates of Samuel Paris of Ipswich, Patrick Liddy of Lyvburn, and Thomas Boyland of Ipswich; and, on thle 5th December neat, in the estates of James Julian and Louis Wilgenstein, both of ~ock hampton, certifcate meetings will be held. ArPotrNTrErr..-Robert George Walker, nsq., to bo a lst Lieutenant in the Natire Police Force, with oom mend of the ist Division of that Force. The Rev. Patrick Duhig, Minister of the Roman Catholic Church, Br;sbane, is registered s a Minidter of Religion for the celebration of ...

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TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 5 November 1861

TO CORRESPONDENTS. H. 8.-We are compelled to hold over your comminr. cation. A.Ixfua DInB.-. .'l ,..,

Publication Title: Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser
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MONDAY, NOVEMBER 4. Before Dr. Challinor. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 5 November 1861

MONDAY, NovEuBs 4. Before Dr. Challinor. Jane Mahoney was fined £1, in default Z hours in the ceUle, for druntkennes.

Publication Title: Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 5 November 1861

HORSES. HORSES. HORSES. tATTORINI & Co. have received instructions to £ 8 I by Publie Auction, at the Corporation Ya,- DAY (TUESDAY), at 12 o'clock, 15 HEAD OF HORSES, jhorougbly broken to saddle. Some of them broken to side saddle. Also, a splendid DRAUGHT HORSE, 3 years old, and staunch in harness. Terns, cash. No reserve. 248 NEW AUCTION MART, isemar xsT.sracr, NEAR THE CLaaNON HOTr. R C. MACKENZIE respectfully announces his having commenced business as AUC TIONEER, and purposes holding a general SALE EVERY SATURDAY, at 4 o'clock p.m. Cash advanced on Goods sect in for positive sale. Ipewich, 28th October, 1881. 213 CLEARING-OUT SALE, AT THE NEW AUCTION MART, On SATURDAY, 9th instant, at 4 o'clock. R1 C. MACKENZIE will offer for public compe Stition, an immense assortment of GOODS, consistine of MEN'S and WOMEN'S WEARING APPAREL, GROCERIES, BOOKS, GUNS, FANCY GOODS, &c., sc. 259 TWO GASES OF TOYS AND ORNAMENTS. ON SALE, cheap, at the New Auction Mart, an assortmen...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 5 November 1861

the xtucredl{asb r E ed, -4 TERMS: ?cs-r??meoa?-Thr. am8ntt oi osbhcripton to the Qoemln Land Tlm is Sveneothtlngaasnd inpettce per juicier. if paid in advance, onr Eight 8hclllng, and alxpene crediL The n luanuertr terminate on the Seth eptmer, Stat December, Stat M tarch, and d01rt te, atwhich periods oeny can lubserlbers drtltlne, hy glving notle, and paying the amount due to the end of the ncurrentquter. lngleeoe hlpenea Si hton AheVrfrstimeZa Se iniemted acordlng to the folinio .n1alh: r. d. Tco ltfo t an. I aonvenince Fouer lines .. . .. sinx tinaes ... .....2 Eight ll?n ...... . Encor oddtionalteightlines ... e The nfoloaing Dlon"s a llowaed on all adverttOemmt oo: F or Inrmns ............t per ent. 12f ............25... All angvertnisenents most ipeel on the rface or them the rotchetonftimne they are co'be inserted, or they mitt be eon ti'en ilt ounantermandd, and enchnreg ed arodingly. orders for atdra r aneratinn cannot be recivedlater than Taceer. ncon,'en thery pretious ...

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DEPARTURES. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 5 November 1861

DEPARTURES. October 81.-Carl Beyer, banrque, 281 tons, Captain Hultltin, for Hongkoag. No Passengers. October 81.--nRebecc, 10 tbnc, Captain Marsh, for Newcastle in ballast. No Passengers.

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