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Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 5 November 1861
?Ijipptwf *fltellintUcc. ARRIVALS. November 8.-Telegraph, etesoer, 700 tons, Captai. O'B?illy from Sydney, October 81. Passengers-Mrs. CallBeld and child, Mr. A. Raf, R. Oliver, F. O. Hurlook, R. Glisson, F. E. Lender, F. Homan, F. Fuller, G. B. Kilgour, G. F. Muir, J. B. Scott, Master IBS, and 17 in the steerage.
SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 3. Before the Police-Magistrate. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 5 November 1861
SfTo1U AT, NovMB?n e 1. Before the PoliceeMagistrate. Samuel Greer was fined 16s., in default 48 hours in the cells, for drunkenneas. Mary Watkias was bound over to keep the peace taowaid Bridget James and all Her Majesty'e subjeots, for the space of two calendar months, in one surety of £SO, and wo of £10 each, and was fned 4a, . eo. t
IPSWICH POLICE COURT. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 5 November 1861
IPSWICH POLICE COURT. RoaosT WOK NOVEBKsL-a.Taesday, 5-aGeorge Faircloth and Henry Challinor, Esq;. Friday, 8-T. De Lacy Moffatt and B. Cribb, Easq. ; Tu~sday, 12 R. J. Smith and J. Fleming, Esqs.4; Friday, 15--. Panton and Joshua P. Bell, Esqs.; Tuesday, 19-F. A.. Forbee and G. H. Wilson, Esqs.; Friday, 22-G. Fair cloth and J. Panton, Esqa.; Tuesdy, 26--G. Challinor and J. Fleming, Esgs.; Friday, 29-T. De Lacy Molfat and J. P. Bell, Esqs.; D.ecember 8--B. Cribb and H. J. Smith, Esqs. Small Debl' Court, November, 6--8. J. Smnith, G. Faircloth, and G. Hi. Wilson, Eaqs. Transfer Licensing day, Tnsday, Srd December.
THE CORPORATION AND THEIR OPPORTUNITIES. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 5 November 1861
TE-OORPORATIOE j AND Tr.EIR OPPOR~NRIelE. TaHE Corporation of Ipswich haike been specially .favoured, by opportunities over which they had1 no coiitrol, to improve the character and ar raguments of the staff of officers in their employ. Some months ago, by the resignation of the late T?wn-Clerk, they had tihe opportu nity of.cemhibining the oices of Town-Clerk and Town Surveyor and Engineer. This chmance, Ihowever, they allowed to pass by, and appointed die present occupant of die effice, who, although well quiliied ~to perform the clerical duties, is lnot ill a position to undertake '.any of an engineering character. Now, by the decease of ~the harte Ovcrseer, the Corporation have another opportuiity of making ian ap .pointment which shall combine the offices of Engipeer or Surveyor and thit of Overseer. SIt remains to be seen whether they will take advantage of this oppurtunity and appoint no efficlent person, or appoint one who is merely *qualifed ti see that the labourers employ...
DIARY. MEMORANDA FOR THE WEEK. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 5 November 1861
DIARY. MEMOROANDA 105 TErVEO. .ovaas . ? uses. Seu . llihWir.on liar Mom. I Afo-n. 7I Tauxnson ...... '6 10 6 01 I2 0 12 0 I 8 IFDrADY ........ j " 9 0250 | 1 2 5 2 6 9 -oeI - syn ...... I 6 8 16 2 3 501 3 52 0 |SIuO nLr .......I 5 6 22 I1 420 I -484 11 I MfOxDAY ... - 0 dI 0 2 1226 126 2 5 The dlifrenre in time between hlgh water at tite Bar aond Bnrisbane i 1 maur45 minutes, and Ipseicih e hours 5.milnutes, o .hio derlsoce musrbe added tothe time of-hlih water on the Yar.• r1 the aaaerl yindo aonlhee austar-the Easy and the fte.hea In •shr nieer,,ohen cause a rariation from our t8ble, but these Ae .aierely aoelntsa, and nrenred bymosnosm law. 'flE~ldAY, NOVIEMBER 6, 1861.
SUPREME COURT, IPSWICH. CRIMINAL SITTINGS. Monday, November 4. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 5 November 1861
SUPIREME COUBT, IPSWICIL CarseaL SrrrnGS. Monday, Novewmber 4. His Honer, Mr. Judge Lutwaehe, took his seat on the Bench at 10 o'clock, and opened the assizes. Mr. Little, Crown Solicitor, intirated to his Honor that the only case was that ofa blaekfellow, charged with committing a rape, and who had been committed bg the Ipswich bench on Friday last; but owing to the short time that had elapsed between the committal and the day of trial, the Attorney-General thought it advisable to haye him tried at Briebane. His Honor then congratulated the jurors on the pan city of crime during the last four months, and thanked them on b hdlf of the country fortheir attendance. The jurors were then discharged. The Courtwdjouraedco Thursday, at 04'elook.t
Local and District News. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 5 November 1861
?tocal antb Diutdct ?4fl0. MtaL" p?o Syuoe.--The Telegraph ]eaves Briabasne this afiernoon. Tile mail for Sydney and the Southern colonies will be made up at the Ipswich Post-office, for registered letters and newspapers, at half.past 11 o'lclck; and for all other letters, at half-past twelve o'clock this day. THE WooLoorocooooK.-Ths vessel, which has been chartered by Messrs. Walter Gray and Co. of this town, arrived in Sydney on the 26th ultimo, and may be ex pected in Moreton Bay on or about the 20th instant, when shie will at once commence to take in cargo for London direct. AxusaEEeT.-It will be seen by our advertising eolhmos, that Mr. Jones' troupe of equestrians may shortly be expected here fram Toowoomba. This Circus has made a tour of the colonies, and thIe performance of the company is highly spoken of by those who have wit nessed it,. G3EonoE, THE AaBOBIOINALT.-This prisoner, who was on Friday last committed to take his trial st the pIresent asnzes at Ipswich, was brough...
[MORT AND CO.] [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 5 November 1861
[MOBT ~ND CO.) Wool.-We offered at our sales this day 78 bales (ool, moat of which consisted of the new elap-and, as we antieipated, the results of to-day's aoetron indietas a disinclination on the part of buyesi to operate unless at a reduction of about 2d per lb. on prices obtainable last season. A parcel of a well-known Northern clip " Eureka," was withdrawn for shipment, 20jd being the highest bid for it; the remainder of the lots were disposed of on apecified at foot. BheeoskinLiUpwards of 5000 sltis were quitted at from (1 to 8d per lb. Tallow.-Small supply, but fully equal to the demand. Twenty-two eatks were sold to the trade at from 84e to 88, per ewt. Hides.--Those to hand were mostly of inferior quality, and the bulk of them sold at from 7e 6d to ils 7d; those of better description realisred 18s Gd to Id yd each. FaBEaIsR TO LONDON: Wool, jd. per lb. Hides, 21s, to 80s. per ton. 'Tallow. 58s. to 60s. per ton. Oil, per tn, as per agreement. Gold, 4 per cent. by sailingnves...
BRITISH WOOLS. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 5 November 1861
BRITISH WOOLS. At the weekly council of the Royal Agricaltural Society of Englnld, held on tile 19th of June, Mr. Caird, M.P., read a paper am British 'rols, which was illustrated by samples from various parts of the enuntr. \Ve subjotoin the paper, and also an abstract of the discussion that ensued, in which frequent allusions were made to the. Australian wools, as eported in the Mark&rtane zpreess: Mlr. Caird said: The subject that I ven;ture to bring befarethe Societyto-.dlsy appeared tome to be one of connsderable interest to the agriculturists of this country, otherwise I should not at so late a period of the season have thought it necessary to take up their time; and a?s I have beon very much engeged, I think probably I may condense my ob servations better, by reading a shlrt paper that I hove written, which embraces facts, nather than entering into any discussion upon the subject. Therem has been an immense increase in the impor tation of foreign and colomial wool dur...
STUART'S JOURNEY. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 5 November 1861
STUART'S JOURNEY. (Futn Uie So&al ralan Rt egirter.) We have had an opportunity of perusing Mr. Stuart's diary up to the25th of June. Tile diarycom mences on the 29th of November, when Afr. Stuart left Mooloolo, with seven men and thirty horses, on his way to Mount Stuart. At Chamber's Creek he stopped, making pr~paratitns and getting his horses together, until the 1st of January, when the start for the interior was made, the party then con sisting of Mr. Stuart, eleven men, and forty-nine horses. For thie first six weeks the progress made was slow, owing to scarcity of water, difficulty with some of the horses, an I illness on the part of Mr. Stuart. We 6find, thererare, that it is not till the 12th of March that the expedition leaves the Finke, between the latitudes 26 degrees and 25 degrees, just beyond the northern boundary of South Austra lia. From the Finke to the IHugh, which is in lat;tude 24 degrees south, the party pushed on without delay, and there found excellent...
AMERICAN INCIDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 5 November 1861
AMERIfCIOANNCIDENTS. The New York clerg have been severe In their condemnation of ABierican Generals for fighting on a Sunday. At iWashington, dlisturbances and disorder pro. vailed, and in several cases it was found necessanry to charge the drunken mob of soldiers with cavalry. A young lady was found in a company nt Lafayette, Indiana, on the 29th aic., enlisted for the war; but as the proclamation of the Governor called for able bodied ' menc," she was invited to leave the ranks and retulrn her regimentals to the Quartermaster.-Ne??r York Paper. AnVENTURn OFY A IPr lie TaB CONFEDERATE CAP.-In a aeries of war sketches by a Northern Ranger, published in a New York paper, the follow ing thrilling adventure of a spy in the Confederate lines is related:--"I have lately returned from the South, but my exact whereabouts in that region, for obvious reasons, it would not be politic to state. Suspected of being a Northerncer, it was often to my advantage to court obscurity. Known as spy, a ...
AWFUL CATASTROPHE AT SUMMERLEE PIT, NEAR HAMILTON. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 5 November 1861
AWFUL CATA5TROPEZ AT StuMaasLm PR, NEAR Ha'A:t.'oN.-*Yesterdlsy, one of the most appalling catastrophes which have taken place in tor cisteict for some ensideralle time, and which, it is feared, will be attenlded withsronsiderable. loss of life. occurreil at the Bummerlee Colliery, belonging to Messrs. Wilson andI Company, situatedl on the Dykeheaul estate, about three miles east of Hamilton. Fromln the accountts which mwe tere able to gither hurriedly last night, it appears that the cube at the hottim of the pit (winclh is forty fathoms in depthl) had from some cause, as y.et involved in mystery, become over-heated, which led to the iganition of the wooden hosing or lining of the chank. The man stationed at the pit head was first apprisel of the occurrence about half.past one o'clock, by a dense volume of sanoke coming tip the shannk, which, in about tan minuteas afterwards, wats succeeded by flames whichl rose with dreadful rapidity to a height of two storeys, and which were obser...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 5 November 1861
ON SALE. T O ARRIVE per "WANSFELL," direct from London:- 500 bags Salt 50 do. Dairy Salt 20 tons Rr k do. 80 hhds. West India Rum, 80 o.p. O10 do. Brandy, Mnrtell'a 10 -casks do, do. 5 do. Irish Whiskey 60 cases Whiskey 50 cases Old Tom, Booth's 50 cases Brandy, United Vineyard Company's 100 do. lollands 50 do. Cordiale. assorted 25 quarter-casks Port Wine 23 do. Sherry 4 do. Amontillado 100 cases Sparkling Burgundy, Champagne, Claret, and Sauterne (inest quality) 20 hhds. Bass' Burton Ale 10 Ilarrels do. do. 10 hbLs. Guinness' Dublin Stout 10 barrels do. do. 10 quarter-casks Vinegar 10 octaves do. 50 casks Allhopp's Bottled Ale, quarts 25 do. do. do. pints 50 do. Bynss' Bottled Porter, qoarts 25 do. do. do. pints 100 cases Pickles, Batty & Co's, antd Whbybrows, pints 20 eoses Pickles, Batty & Co's., and Whybrows, quarts 40 caRes Bottled Fruits 20 do. Sauces 20 do. Vinegar 20 do. Salad Oil, half.pints 10 do. Rnspberry Vinegar 10 do. Jams, Volh:kman's, 1 lbh. and 2 b....
'TIS ALL ONE TO ME. A SONG BY A CONTENTED FELLOW. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 5 November 1861
'TIS ALL ONE TO ME. A BONG BY A CONTRNTED FEIALOW. (Fom Harper'. Newo Monthly Magazine.) Oh, 'tis all one to me, all one, Whether I've money or whether I've none. He who has money can buy him a wife, And be who has none can be free for life. He who has money can trade if he choose, And he who has none heas nothing to lose. He who has money has cares not a few, And he who has none can sleep the night through. He who has moneyean squint at the fair, And he who has none escapes from much care. He who has money can go to the play, And he who has none at home can stay. He who has money can travel shout, And he whv has none cab do without. He who hase money can be coarse as he will, And he who heas none can be coarser still. He who has money can drink the beht wine, And he who hqs none with the gout will not pine. -e who hasemoney the cash must pay, And he,who has none says "Charge it, pray." He who has money must die some day, Andlhe who has none must go the same way. Oh, 'tin all one to...
MASSACRE OF MR. HORACE S. WILLS, Together with a number of Men, Women and Children on his station, [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 5 November 1861
MASSACRE OF MR. HORACE S. WILLS, Together with a number of Men, Women and Children on his station, BY THE BLACKS. (from a supplement of the Guardian.) The steamer Eagle, from Rockhampton, passed Cape Moreton on Thursday morning, and landed Mr. Champion, the first officer of the Clarence steamer. We have been favoured by that gentle with a copy of the Rockhampton Bulletin of Saturday. October 26th, containing an account of the frightful massacre of Mr. Wills and others on his station. It will be recollected that Mr. Wills with his son Thomas (the celebrated cricketer) passed through Brisbane some months since on their way overland to Rockhampton, having a number of families with them, together with a quantity of rams, &c. Mr. Horace Wills was formerly a member for South Grant of the Victorian Legislature, and has been engaged in pastoral pursuits for many years, having been one of the pioneers in New South Wales. He was universally respected, of amiable disposition, and a man...
THE WORSHIP OF GENERAL NICHOLSON. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 8 November 1861
THE WomasnIP OF GEsNERAL NICHOLSON.-Tlhe Friend of India gives a particular account of the oft repeated story of the worship of General Nicholson, who died at the siege of Delhi, and of the effects of this In leading some of the natives to Christianity: "The fact has not yet been forgotten, first made public in Mr. Raikees Notes on the Revolt, that a brotherhood of faqueers at Hurripore abandoned all forms of Asiatic monachism, and devoted themselves to the worship of Nieholson as a god. It was only in asuch a way that their blinded minds, struggling with a great idea, could body forth the mingled love and reverence which they felt for the man who had inspired them with terror when he fought on the bloody field of Chilianwallash, and who had since gone in and out among them as a father, a protector, ajudge. The subsequent history of the sect is not generally known, and' is full of interest. Nicholson left the district n 1850 for England, and then the sect was founded. They loked to ...
MADAGASCAR. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 8 November 1861
MADAGASCAR. Via Mauritius we have news of the death of the Queen of Madagascar. Ranavolo Manjaka (says the Commercial Gazette) has occupied the throne of the Havas since the death of Radama in 1828. During this long reign she has driven almost every European from that island ; she has put to death the native Christians, and prevented the exercise of Christianity; she has restricted commerce to two or three ports, and prevented intercourse with the interior, fearing that the admittance of Europeans would weaken her authority, and eventually annul it altogether. The Press of Reunion (adds that journal) calls on the French Government to takeimmediate measures to place Madagascar under the protectorate of France. No sooner was the intelligence of the death of tlrt Queen received at Reunion than Mr. Itontaunnay left for Tamatave in the steamer Mnsca reignes. This enterprising merchant who possesses the esteem and respect of his fellow-countrymen, has founded several establishments at Mad...