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(From the Guardian.) [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 15 November 1861
(Fromn the Guardiat.) We have receireda private letter by the Clarense from Mr. T. W. Wills, (son of the late Mr. H. S. Wills) of Cullinguringe. Ctler grief and horror at the dreadful occurrence which took place during his absence, his first thought was for tile future. So far, he ayg, the sheep (10.000) are nearly all right, but unless additional Native Polie be forwarded, it will be imposible to get hands to work the station. Mr. Wills expressed his sympathy with his mother and sisters, and begs, for tlheir sake, that his wishes for polite protection may be aeeeded to. The attention of Government has lately been drawn by the representatives of gentlemen interested in the newly-settled disticta, to the insecurity of life and pro perty in those portions of the colony. The intention has been expressed, we are informed, at once to establish a strong patrol of Native Police for the protection of the distriets in question. This is a step in the right direction. The Clarence brought down...
Local and District News. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 15 November 1861
iocal anb ;9i trict 2W3n. The Macr roa ENGeL m FEB '" BtEnS."-In con. sequence of the uncertainty of the Yarrt Yarra making her aplpearance, and being ready to take the English mail on the 19th, as Ibrmerly announced by the Postmaster General, he has determined to despatch it by the Tele graph, which will leave Briabaneon Saturday. The mail will be made up at Ipswich as follows;--For registered letters and newspapenr, this evening; and for all other letters, at 10 o'clock on Baturday morniag. LecoTuRe OR TEE Essars AND RaVI? WBs.- The Roev. J. W. C. Drane will deliver his flrst lecture on this subject this evening, at the Congregational Church, Brihbane-astreet, Tue HuABMONeC UaNION's COrNCETa.-The ftrst on cert of this society will take place in the hall of the School of Arts on Monday evening. The programme of the concert (which will be fomud in another column) shows a choice selectiont of music, which will, no doubt, affrd plelsureable entertainment to all who may attend. THE Woo...
ABSTRACT OF SALES BY AUCTION. THIS DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 15 November 1861
ABSTRACT OF SALES Ba' AUCTON. Trae D?aY. ;By Mr.X. M. COCKRtaN, at hia sale rooma, at 11I'clod, general merchendize, stationerg, and boots and shoes. Sa''RDk,, NOTEKB 16. ".y Mr. R. C. MAC?ENZIE., at his new auction mart, at12 o'clock, general merhandise and.horses.
THE LIGHTNING'S FREAKS. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 15 November 1861
Tatr LtonmRr o'sa FaRAS.-Tbhe .Gla Ad. yeariser describes in the oIlb.twig termsa a a ccident at Portarlintln otelntl, in one itthe recentthliuler. attrnm: -" On T'hursday foreno.'the thsldtlino, htrintg that fenrul thunderatormn which passedl over GOwlenn, the Portarlinaton Hotel. near the gaol, was fltrack upen its north-rant sdrile by lihtning. -hnowing down the chimney, awn a cotnsiderablet portion ot the rntf; the eletee fauid then passed through the upper nrm to that beneath, up?, the mground floor. Mnr. Jenkyn, the Ilandlady, who was sitting on a chair in this nroom, was almtst thrnwn down, and a gentleman who was Ihmking aut of the 'window felt a distinct shock. Eight panes of glass were broken, nt, o far as couldt he julgel, by the lightning shaking. the windlw. bit from the aiuddh. expansion of the air in the romm by heat. The electric fuid passedl from the roanm Iv a zine pip leadting into, a water butt, tine steve o: which was shivered, and hemr the damnae ended. ,our pa...
VICTORIA. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 15 November 1861
VICTORIA. By the Balclutha, we have Melbourne papers to the 31st ultimo. The Heraldof that date, says:--Befcre theOrdlers of the Day were called on in the Assembly, yestel day. Mr. Service called the attention of the House to his motltion respecting the expulsion of Mr. Ons tello, nnd stated that ihe had been irnrmed by the hon. the Speaker that, acconrding to the practice if Parliament, certain preliminary. steps hadl to be taken before a motion focr the expulsiln of a mnemlber cosld he brought forwardL. One of these was. that the member to whom the motion referred, should be callled on to appear in his place in the House. He, therefore, with leave, mosenl-" That iMr. Costelln be called upon to attend in his place in the H-use. on Friday next." Mr. Heales stated that shoull Mr. Costello appear in the Hcuse bfoire that time, he should cmnider it to be his duty to bring trisc case ot onee lforue the House. Mr. Service aon aideredl the ecurse proposed by the hun. the Chief Secretary w...
NEW ZEALAND. THE TUAPEKA GOLD FIELDS. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 15 November 1861
NEW ZEICALAND. THE TUAPERKA GOLD FIELDS. The :pecial .correnpondent of the IArgu having completed the object of his ri30sion to Otarn, thus same up'his experiences of Tuapeka as a Goldfield, in his fifth and last Il.tter, which appeared in 'our contemporary on lhe 28th ultimno - It approanching the concluding period of my visi to Otagn and its goldfiBelds I am constrained to rl view, to a certain extent, that which I lhave already written on tlhe'eaubjeCt;"and, notithstanding maly omissinds which wuhll gladly have avoRided, anl one or two mii.tateHments into which I have beenI inadvertently betrayed, I am still antisfied that in: no instance have -I been incorrect in reference to matteraof importancee, nor have I omitted to dwell" on any salient'point. SThe greed for intelligence from Tnepek( has? caused the injudieious publication of the ill-rigested exprieneeasof flying and'intlmMdated vicitorn, bht: of supposed telegraphic intellieence, which wouol an:q1ar-eo tfle was it--to h?ve...
THE ABORIGINES OF VICTORIA. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 15 November 1861
THE AsORIGOI[ES OF VICTORTA. We extract the following trom the Ausdtalian Evagerlist: Mr. Green has returned from his Vitit to the western districts of the colony,. on his mission tour to promrtetlh best interests, tempural a?d spiritual, ef the plonblacks. Tile tract of contry he has passed over, extending from Melbournmeto the conu6nes of the clony of Sonth Austrilia, within ahbout a month, embracing a distance of upwards of seven hudlred miles to anld fr, shoes the neal and elnercy which he has brcoumht into exercise on behalf of the aboriginal remnant. He hia found sorme of the wandering tribes at Golac,Camperd,,wn, Mi-unt Sha:d'dwell,; Wararnmhooiil, amnliuck, Portland. Sandtlfrd, Mount Gambhier, Rahlnornial, Covenulish, Hamilton. Fiery Creek, and Skipt.n, and wherever he had eccess to them. be they many or few, he addressed them on the sub jects of their everlastiong ilterests. In some plares there were only a very fe', but in e'hers there were considerahle numbers. In all cas...
AMERICAN INCIDENTS. THE BATTLE OF BULLS RUN. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 15 November 1861
*. AMlErICA] INCIDENTS. flE SATI'hU OtW BtLLS SUN. ~trlt. Etnhx; if the' Fie Zlanaves, gives his shJlirvatiliis :-'" T)e relidMnt weas eneamped em 'SAturday sirht at ii p16re absout a mile tnas side ofCentreville. At two 'clock on Sunday p orning the men were arnusie, and. rematned nuder arms until seven o'clock, at which time .they stalted forward. There were 9.3t men, all tnld, with *Piny' Frnlham at their, heasi. With cheers they itnoved briskly forwaird thiough the wiooJe.' dsinging 'aid'lsnghlng n nsi skepr for the fght' They l)ed miurhed' ablnt fourteen 'mies, and were witlin three miles of the baltlt,-lield, when they heard the goune and saw the eutoke. from an eminence. This excited the. men. wonderfully, ,and ,at diouble.quick step they prpessed on, with the ightention. of jnining Cooltnel Wilealn wsho, with thu Michigan, .Regtiment, wasea a'ort way ahead. Hiutting at a pool of dirty water they refreshed themanelves, ,m utent on until th ,y elne to I church three-quarters o...
AMERICANS UNTRIED. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 15 November 1861
AMERICANS UNTRIaen.-The -Anieriani are a wholly untried people;--ind till people have been tried, noone can pretend to say what they are, or what, uriker any given circemstances, thley wilJ do. They have never been' tested by any great dificulty, any great danger, aiij grest calamity ; they have never:tbeen'called'upon for WJIy tatB?lhned elort, any serious sacrifices, any prolonged endurance. They do not know, therefore, -nor do we-the possible reach of their virtues pnl.their powere, nor the poe. sible range of their vices and their weaknesses. They have gained their ends. hbitherto not by fight. ig, but by bullying; ther have bullied every nation in turn;-and their success in this sort of warfare has not only enormously enhanced their own con. ceptions of their military prowess, but hae. entirely blinded. themn as to the flimsy and unprovredlfoundls. thin up&lt;,n which th?sedcinceptions rest. ! We are in equal .unxertaiifty' as to American sateaepene and Americimn'instit...
LINES ON AND TO W. JENKINS, ESQ., OF BREAKFAST CREEK MEMORY. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 19 November 1861
LINES ON AND TO W. JENKINS, ESQ, OF BREAKFAST CREEK MEMORY. eo Shakopeare verse 'tin ours to boast, But only such as foes will roast. Oh . Sirs, as writhes the smitten bull, And bellows to the heedless air, So Jenkins' paper, brimmid o'er full Of spleen to one whose name is fair As minister or gentleman, But shows the shot no flash in pan, But likethe ball from Armstrong's gun It makes them all in madness run. Jenkins' wrath against the blacks is skin Or cloth, will make his coffers thin, 'Twill show isim in his colours true And make his readers still more few. He'll slay himself in naiveti, And then a ghostly witnesn bh. St injures not a man of mark 'that GuaOdssn eurs so loudly bark: It spreads abroad inore quirk the fame Of him on whom they cast the blame: And ifyou'd yet his honours swell 'Bout him more bosh and twaddle tell; And make yourself a noodle quite, By?esding thin trassparent pite- The highest compliment you pay When rabid nonsense you display. As reasoning yod cannot ...
No. 9. LIST OF UNCLAIMED LETTERS FOR THE MONTH OF SEPTEMBER. General Post-Office, Brisbane, 26th October, 1861. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 19 November 1861
No. 9. LIST OF UNCLAIMED LETTERS FOR THE MONTH OF SEPTEMBER. General Post-Offie, Brisbane, 26th October, 1861. Parties applying for Unclaimed Letters at the General Post Ofmen, Brisbane, am requested to give the correct number of the list in whichtheymay have observed their names, as such referenee will materially facilitate deli very. Parties in the country making written applica tions, ehoeld accompany such applications with the amount of postage for transmission; and, in addition to the former particulars, are requested to state where they expecttheir letteralrom, and any other information tending to prevent the unnecessary transmission of letters. R. R. MACKENZIE, * Postmaster-General Alden--, Cleveland (2); Allen Thomas, Too woomba ; Allen W G, Leyburn; ilone Daniel, Warrell Creek; AnderBon Elis, Ipewich ; Armstrong W, Toowoomba (2); Armstrong F W, Jondavyan ; Ashton J, Toowoomba; Asping [sene, Drayton: Aitken John, Toowoomba (3); Atkins and McCarthy; Austin Robert Toowoomba; A...
THE HARMONIC UNION'S CONCERT. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 19 November 1861
S THE HARMONIC UNION'S CONCERT. Ipswich is becoming noted 'for its successful public 'entertainments; and the concert given by Mr. Haimbes pger last-night will be another laurel-gained for the town 'in this respect. The hall of-the School of Arts was teste 'fullydecorated, and well lighted, with kerosine lamps, which are certainly a great-improvemeut on the-tin ehan 'delirs andecandlen, the ladies being-enabled toa-it under the chandeliere withoutfearofepoiling their dresses. The programme for the evening's entertainment .called toge -there large audience, including mostaof the beauty and 'fashion of'the town. We estimate nhe number present at •about 400. The concer opened witbhbe.Oerturs"Massanie'llo," "whichwas beautiftully played, Mr. Haimberger leading, Mre Compton accompanying on the piano. The two nect piecce, "Hail, Smiling Morn," and "lesutiful :Star," although the latter was performed far teo -lnw in our opinion, wereve creditably performedhy a choruse .of absuttohisry, who...
Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVAL. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 19 November 1861
fqipping Jntelligencc. ARRIVAL. November 14.-Telegraph, steamer, '00 tons, Oaptain O'Reilly, from Sydney November (1. Peaeengers-Mrs. and Mis Castoel, Miss D?ri?ll, Mr. F.0, Dasrall, .r. W. Atkinsoi,, Mr. -W. Atkison, Mr. H. Nicol, 'Mr. Josephson, Mr. E. W. Fegan, Mr. C. Burdorff, Mr. 8. Daevi, Mr. J. Beck, Mr. Warren, and 30 in the
DEPARTURES. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 19 November 1861
DEP..RTURES. X ovpmber 15. - Yolunteer, schooner, Captain J.( Howe, for the Tweed River, in ballast. November 16.-Telegraph, steimer, 70 tonea, Captain O'Reilly, for Sydney. Passengers-Mrs. Thomas, Mr. -nd Mrs. D. Pomster Mr. aed Mrs. W. ~. Clyde and servant,ai4 sa.r? Vr'ise, Dillon, Moore, W.'l.?Tooth, EL K. Sames, Ranniger, T. H. Wood, G. RJ . Bowman, and M C. Hughes, and 10 tn the steerage.