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Pedigree and performances of the winner. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 15 November 1861
Pedigree and performances ofte teinner. Arebsr, the property of E. de Mantre, Esq., is by the imported horse William Tell, out of the Maid of the Oaks, and was bred at Exeter Farm, in the Braidwood District, by Meears. IHePnl and Roberts. He is a fine up-standing powerful horse,; with immense bane and muscle, and stands over 16 hands high. The immlense size of Archer for a .thoroughbred horse is the -be-first thing that strikes the observer, and one would at flrst feel inclined to suppose.that he would' be toolsege and clumsy to be able to get over the ground at anything over a moderately swift pace. This is not the -case. however, as his performances clearly show, and his appearanee when in motion is very impaloing, as hn goes along with a long powerful sweeping etride which meaons getting over the ground, and looks like ntayihg a dietneae. The first appearsnce of Archer on the turf was at the Randwick Autnumn Meeting lest year last year, when, as a three-year old, he started for t...
IMPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 15 November 1861
IMPORTS. Wansfell: 2 jackage, Broad, 2 packages, Order; 956 packages, G. Ruaff and Co.; 250 packages, Order; 6 packages, Wilson; 12 packages, C. Newton Bros.; I package, W. Hill; 3 packages, Ball; 1 package, VW. Gray and Co.; I package, . Towns and Co.; I pack. age, Rea. Dean Riguey; 75 packmaes, T. H. Jonrs and Co.; 1 package, Sir O. F. Bowen; 2 packages, Rev. Dr. Quinn a 1 package, St. Genrge P. Heath ; It package, W. 8. Hall; I package, H. Buckley; 6 packages, RHe. P. Bailey. EXPORTS. Clasrncea For MarybDrogh--l package bedsteads, Robertsan ; 46 sacks flour, N. Bartley; 8 bags salt, 6 eases lemonade, 8 cases oil.stores, 1 case bitters, I boxes candles, 2 kegs shot, 1 eases, 1 cask ware, 4 casks asda water, 2 :asks wlhitng, 12 bundles pots and covers; 1 case pictures, 2 cases chairs, I cask acid, S cases, 4 boxes esndles, 2 griodstoanes, 1 oasl, I bundle atgurs, 5 ea.es wine, J, and G. Harris ; 6 pieces timber, W. Petuigrew; 1 cornsheller, 8 pieces stone, VW.and B. Brookes; 1 case...
THE MELBOURNE CUP. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 15 November 1861
THE MELBOUIRE CUP. (From the Courier's Sporting ~Cntribulor.) The etabliabhment of the Two Thousand Guinea Stakes by the Victorian Jockey Club last year, induced their rival, the Turf Club, to originate, if possible, a race of a still higher class; and after considerable discussion, it was unanimously determined that a lhrge handicap, on the principles of the Chester Cup and many sinilar races in the old country, would be an event that would be certain to meet with ences. That the expectations of the pronoters of this race have been fully carried out, cannot for a moment be doubted, that I think there is little fear but that the Melbourne Cup will continue for years to comb to be the best ptrtisedand'mnostintereest ing race in the eoloniea. Partaking of the character of a Chamanon Race from the factaofCew South Wales band South Australia having sent reloresentaties' to take part in the contest, the Melbourne Cup.has become deserving.of a still higher interest on accouon of its being...
THE WANSFELL. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 15 November 1861
THE WAISFEL'. (Proms ha Queensand Oaurdlee.) The s?hlpW·ans(uet,717 tone, "Optain Cearles Joneefn Gravesend July 28th, 9nd anohored at the:bar ~at 2 o'clock Ndveneber 11th, having acuompliuheheer?uojige trom.pilobto pilot in s0Odays, .Ihe .b2h gsbibntt seO tone of gIneral merehandize and 282 passengers,. who come out through the agency at Mr. Jordan, and are superior to the usual class of immigrants. During the passage there were six blrths and als deatlhs, principally ofchildren under fve yearn of age, The names at the ltter were Charles Newmnn, Louisua Pledgett, Geourge Gowlett, Constaune Tomnlin, Elisa leatlow, and Ellen Hamilton. The single men are 80 in number single women, 27. Mr. B. Tyfe is tie surg6an ouperirtendent. The vessel is one of the Black Ball line, belonging to Mckay, Bainea & Co. The .Wansfell rsighte th -Pe ?ldtwlmory Cape on Suaday evenlug, bound fur Pb9a1t ipJ.1Wlt deK. The Clifton and the George EKidd were ersoted to sail about a onoth ater e thea
To the Editor of the Queensland Times. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 15 November 1861
To the Editor of the Queeaeltnd TiLme. Smt,--Will you please to hermit me to try to call the attention of the pubbe, and especially the Chrietian publie, to the great and terrible evilds resulting from thie drinking customs of sociy. I do not ask you to en dorse my opinions, but simply to allow me to slate my case. There tre few men sunk so low as to be destitute of all desire to promote the happineso of their fellows. When a man reaches this point he has sunk low indeed,-lower almost than the beasts of the field. A bedeflcent Creator has implanted ohis desire within our breasts, and has wisely made its exercise one of the purest and mostelera .ted sourcesof oureenjoyment. It develops itself in a thousand ways. It lirs at the foundasnon of all our charitable, humane, and benevolent institutions. It has built our hospitasi asylums, iSrmaries, and houses of refuge. There is scarcely a form of human suffering and sorrow-that is without a special institution and agency at work for its a...
Commercial. IPSWICH. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 15 November 1861
~oannlttrial. r rswwar. Thei following produce hls been received asd for warded :-From ite stores i oof M?,sts. G. II. Wilotl astd Co.-? :13 bahtesn wool, Taljti; c1 ditto dlitto, CD in diamntlti; 9 ditto, Fai.tuifcri; It Ichgs'oleads, T?WI& Co. 80 ditto ditto, PIt over L1 in ditmlnotd; 27 ditto ditto, O1IO; ]2 ditto ditto, WN; II ditto ditto, CC; S ditto ditto, araonv, 2 ditto lsheepskins, 6 bundles slheepkins, 11 dtto pelts, Tl Fromn the ntoreof Messrs. W. OGrv ancd Co.-Lt bales wool, TB; 36 ditto ditto, O -O; 33 ditto ditto, M & D 19 rditto ditto,1 ditto skins, RP & S'YM; 7 ditto wool, Mt&Ly; 20 ditto ditto, .TMW. Front the staore of ressrs . V. Hassell and Co.--20 bales wool, C over B; 16 ditto ditto, G in triannl' a; 24 ditto ditto, Balfour.. *From the stlores of Mr. B, Forrest-3S bales wool, TT over T.
Original Correspondence. To the Editor of the Queensland Times. Ipswich, November 13th, 1861. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 15 November 1861
Oritginal orreypoltle rct. To the Editor of the Qeensoand Times. Ipswich, November lath, 1861. Sr,--A late numbei: of the North Australian has an annaonnement 'ecom nencing "We understrano,"' and re lating to the doings of the Municipal Council, which, as that paper is now the organ of our worthy Mayor, I may consider as otfficial news. It is to the effect that several members of the Corporation, accompanied by a profes sionol gentleman, are about to take a trip up the Bremner, to look out the most eligible spot on whichl to erect boths for the. use of.the inhabitants. JNow, with all due re spect, I do not consider our Aldermeu competent for the task, as they are not in the habitof bathing in, or drink. aing water; though I would not for a moment insinnate that they emulate the odorifelous fame of the Bydney Alderman, who in Council declared "he didn't see the necessity for baths,-he hadn't bathbed fir twenty.-le years, and his back was as greasy as a duock's." I would also like to ...
PRODUCE CIRCULAR. [MORT AND CO.] [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 15 November 1861
PRODUCE CIRCULAL. [Moonr AND co.] Wool.--The wool othredl for sale is still too limhited in quantity, to effoard any reliable criterion of the rates. likely to rule in this markltr. The fee parcelsof the new clilt submited at our auction to-day. consisted of one lot, 17 bales in grease, which brought 12* per lb., and two lot- of fleece wool, for the latter, being faulty in con dition and "seedy," there were no buyers at owners' valutlntins, and thec were consequently withdrawn. Steepakina.--Jn nodcrate sipelyl, about 6000 were quitted at prices rangine from 6*d to 81 per lb. Tillow.-Twenty casks were sold it 34w to 87w 6d per -,t. no demand for shipping parcels. J?Iite.-No alteration ii this market-upwardaof600 lides realised from 7.s 3d to 16s ad each. Fratoatr TO LOclnO : Wool, I d. per lb. Hides, 25s. per ton. Tallow, 55s. per ton. Oil, per tln, as per agreement Gold, I per cent. by sailing vessel, and | by steame. Exchange on London--Bank drafts lI per cent. pre. Imium at 60 day...
OFFICIAL NOTIFICATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 15 November 1861
OFFICIAL IOTIFICATIONR. (From Saetrdae's Geonermsitd Gptle.) SImInR'TION-lIt is notfifed that in consequence of tbhetrmission granted to seleat persona for free parages through the medium of private agetit in England having been abused, the pdrmisoion isnow wIthdrawn. Isso Oansis.-On end after the ist of December next, land orders will be divided into two lassos--those transferable at once, and those transferable six months after delivery. The frst will be isued to those seriding for labour or for friende, and the second .to immigrants aying their on pasee, or peroas lpyiig them f'or them under elanue 7 of the reguhtion '" AprorNTxr~E.--James L. Hay, Esq, to be'Police Magistrate for the District of Kennedy in the room of T. . DD iml rine? ?P. O-- " , Teade ero elld for Additione to the Post Offle,
[O. B. EBSWORTH.] [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 15 November 1861
aO. B. EBSWORTH., Wool.-The arrivals during the week habveesn below -an average, the principal part ol which has either been lhiliped n growner's eccount, or else heen isin the gresse 'to be seered prior to alhinmeiet. The only parcel of imrportace int'lo dal's sale was one of twenty-four boles froen Queenel?,d, in medium conditl-ion, bilt toudhed with i .s ,v which realised twenty pence per lb., being writhin a trifle of the rate chainedl lest sesson, when the wool was in better condil.ion and freer it would he ,diliult to fix quolations at present, .the lots offering not being suef'rintlv numerous to do so with.any degree of sceurary. It may not be out of elaceeto mention that the prices fixed bhr owners of greasy wool is .generally :above the.ratesthAt purcIhasers are inclined to give. Shlleelpskis ecarcely so firm, buit demand good. Tallow.-Priees hlave a downward tentlency, and mized ,meltinc Ier not realised wit!hin 8d. to 6d. petr ewt. on iast weeks' quotttions. fanufacturers...
IPSWICH MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 15 November 1861
IPSWICH MUNLCIPAL COUNCIL; The usual weekly meeting took place at the Court.house. on WVednesday. Present--the Mayor, Ahlermen Wutkins, Stanley, Clhine; Gorry, O'Mal. ly, artd'Johnston. The minutes of the previous meeting were read and consrmed. The Overseer's weekly report was read. The Finance Committee's report was put and passed as follows: Wages adcric rtege.. ........ 88 18 6 M. O'Louhlin .;............;;.. 10 19 0 Governmenut Printing Office .. 1 i11 0 THE COEPOEATLON tECURITIE5 IN THE ANE OF AUSTRALAaIA. The Mayor said that Mr. Faircloth, of the Bank of Austrlidia, had in his ptssessiontwo pmromissory hotes,.givenby members f.hibq Cpaucil as security for the overdrawn account of the Onrporation; one was for £200. and the other for £1000.- He in structed the Town Clerk to apply for'thesedoun. ments; and upon his doing so, Mr. Faireloth said the application must he made in writing. This had behen done. and Mr Fairelth had written a letter enclosing the till for £200, but stati...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 15 November 1861
SALtS BY AUCTION. SALE OF GENERAL MERCHANDIZE, BOOTS AND SHOES, STATIONERY, &c. . COCKBUT sreceived instrlctios , to Sell by Public Auction, at his Rooms, Nicbholes-treet, TKIS DAY (FRIDAY), the 15th Instant, at 21 'clock precisely, Ten Tons Flour Eight Bags Potatoes Two Kejs Butter Nine Mattresses Thirteen Cases Boots and Shoes Six Reams Ruled Account Sales Paper Three Reams Foolsecap Four Reams Bonk Poet Eight Reams Post and Note Paper Seven Day Books OGe Gash Book together with a quantity of Quilla, Steel Pens, Pencils, Playing Cards, Printing Cards, Pocket Books, &c., &c. Terms, Cash. 311 TO STOREKEEPERS AND OTHERS. H M. COCKBURN has received instroctions to Sell by Public Auction, at his Rooms, Nicholas-street, THIS 'DAY (FRIDAY), the 15th Instant, at 11 o'clock precisely, 18 CASES OF LADIES' BOOTS AND BLIPPERS, as follows, vi. : 1 case, nantaiinig 41 pairs Elastic Coloured Boots, -to 9 iditto , 72 ,, ditto ditto 1 ditto ,, 23 ,, Coloured Button Boots, 1...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 15 November 1861
Wits Awu( m tsian?t (me? TERMS: heo-rntwtrrs.--The amount or luhlcrlptton to the Gent. s tod Tlmee, is Bn ioshltlnri siad ..pi.ie per cquatter I paid In advance, or Eight hilllings nd iapnce el?d. 'the lanUtrts LertulnaW on the .0th Septebser, 010 ,Decemberh. tint March, and 00th one; atothich perltds oottesa ehsenihert. delne, by givnig otince, Cadmpayog.ths meprt ooe t the end I f th.e efirret qteoktr. olagie rasel d spd llaleee. l Atnmons zoefl iaresinod asecoedli g to the fellawion~1 ec~t:-- r ~ .hq.d. eholiusl n 0 coomr ........c.. -n..nce. Pour tines . ...p 0 olitn ... ... I 2 6 Elpc ht IlOnesr .. . o Evcry addltnal edht llnes ......1 heRfoSllnmitl Dsrcao isr llowed'oro a itlodert?ME0nt co· t numd Pot ionsmalonts ........ leprcent. ls , ......... ' 15 20 .. ......... . n, t all advertisements must speclfY on the are. of them the tnmbernflimc they aoetore t inserted, o" they will be eoo tl1ue, tii conrntcrmnded, and charged aeerdiogly. * Orersn ftr lthidauai en ralloe cannoot h...
DEPARTURES. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 15 November 1861
DEPARTURES. November 12.-Yarra Yara, steamer, 500 tons, Cap tain Bell, for Sydney. PassenSgers--Mr. Bibh, Mrs. Campbell, Mr. E. Oarr, Mr. James Bier, Mr. C. F. Holmese, Mr. C. Baldwin, and 1 in the steerage. November 12.--Clarence,ateamer, 800 tons, Cap?tain Cottier, for the Northern Ports. Passengers-Mr. W. H. Walsh, SMr. Bell, Mr. O. B. Mason, Mr. Davies, Mr. B. A. Heywood, Mr. G. Elliot, and 14 in the steerage. November .-Balealthsa, steamer, 750 tols, Captain Trunton. Pasasesgers?-Mrs. Little, Mrs. J. MlDonnell, Mr. D Little, Mr. T. 8. Warey, Mr. J. Thiompson, Captain Arnold, Mr. Rankin, Mr. Willis, Me. Baleyy Mr. B. M. Lloyd, and 28 in the steerage.
Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVAL. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 15 November 1861
hljryping *ntelligtirc. ARRIVAL.' NIPovember IO.-Wsansfell., ship, 770 tons., Captain G. Joms, from London. Paasengers-Rev. P. Baileru, Mrs. Bailey, Mr. W. L. Dod., Mr. I. \V. Phelps, Mrs. Phelps, ~r. O. Yldwyn, and 300 immirasnts.
SECESSION CONSUMMATED. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 15 November 1861
SBEQESMlON CONSUMMATED. S Yenkee Doodle ooka eaw, With eatriot dedvoiion, To trim the-Tree of Liberty, S- ·cording to hb anotion !" Yankee Doodle on a limb, S' Like another noodle, C ?t 'betwee th re ree and aim, Am dmdenl came Yankee Doodle. Yatnkee Doodle broke his neck, SEvers7 bone ubout hidm, .. da then the Tree of Liberty - Did very well without itt Thetinges re bard, wife,.and If?Id.it difecult Io keep my doseabovewater. "Yon could easily keep your nose above water, huaieand, if you didin't keep it so olten above S RNTi TIlcda.d.T.-Tbe following neat sentiment eas druatak'tadinga ata private fle among the lbst circla colouored ,ifo of .New.York, a fear evenings sie:- "er'a to de colomusdaires, dar fbae saas, o .pait, daiIhe04 nofuinmry" . A myititis QBsctavd mmtlsano hi, in is indd to a law bok, under the letter I;, ppekn, ' Beat, Mr. As,. tice; his arent .mind,' Turui ito the page ~rfrred to ;$0e rd, rr. J?sliqe pst mid, he had great mind to "emtq hv wjtseossfr preyarioton.....
IPSWICH POLICE COURT. TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 12. Before the Police Magistrate. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 15 November 1861
IPSWICM POLICE COURT. T''ESDAT, WosmaER I? Before the Police Magistrate. Jobl CoulIter was lined 1s. for drunkenness. .enry Lynch was charged with breaking-ia a horme in Brisbane-otreet. John Broderiek, constable, deposed that while on duty on the taLet of November last, he saw defendant breaking-in a horse for Mr. Mitchell, which he knew to have been purchased the week before as an unbroken horse. Fined So., and 4o. 6d. costs. William Coeney was fined n., and costs, for a similar offenrce. Catherine Conlon e. Charles Hanson-.-This woa a claim for wages under the Mastera' and Servaate' Act. Plaintiff deposed that, on the 81st of July last, she entered defendant's servce as servant, at the rate of EZO per annum ; n;o perioed was stated. She left on the 11th of October, giving defendant nearly a fortnight's notice. Wages were due to her amounting to £3 1Os. 4d., whioh defendant refused to paey, and said she wao not entitled to them, as she had left belore he had had time to get anothe...
THE LATE MASSACRES BY THE ABORIGINES. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 15 November 1861
T?hE LATE MASSACRES By THE ABOUIOINEBS, IT has been our painful duty lately to record severral strocitites eommltted by the'aborigines. The Ihrcst of. thesb.rercords-.the murders of Mr. I-S. VS. WIse and his servanti.--.beiig one of tlhe ngot serious events which has hiiherto occusced in the progress of settlement in these colonies. That this event demands the punish molt of the Iperptrators of the massacre all will admit; and those who oppose the using of the most extreme mealsures will .without doubt, expose themselves to .a great amount hf unpo S pularity. It is an event, however, which de. sonds the serious attention of all who are interested in the pirgi's ang s?till?menti fthe colony--bot to result in~pother " Ntjve Police?. Coupiitse, "jvgiitaoyoelpwloup raport,!whieh ended in nuthing,--but iathesahablhiMent dfs osme seyetem, and thie passing 4 ome taw. bh which the stat s.of the aborigines shall be fixed. In alnil our dealings with tile aborigina:ls of Australia tlay lasse b...
DIARY. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 15 November 1861
NaORtANDA FO1 -lWE wEEE. ITve aza rls es. lia rets. 5 'sTp'uer . .. 1g136S 91 4 "L~-"D "~·······I 8 0 ( a St I 9to r I rl 4 s - , ....... 1 6 1 ( 10 4 I 11 8 o0 . t 4 |4 26 1 ?30 I 116 U 5 ?1~ 6 410 1 4 S 6 10 IT ist a assi 61 I so .?rc ?tmere.ee umjtbe ad 46 to tie time" offigh water on the Tie reastrley ieda on attIeneemL~g Bay, and the uhbes in.I dhe riser, alien con s n orl~latfn. no r table, bult hesese e erely accidental,ad iover~cd byg.m noown law. fIDY, ~tOVEMBER 15, 81. FRIDAY,? NOPEVEBER 15, 1861.