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HOWITT'S JOURNAL. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 19 November 1861
HOWITTrS JOU1RNAL. Camp 20, Pria Creek, September 1, lst. 28.44, lngituds 142A2.-The cu¶ntrv. after leaving camp 19 (Koorlejor), was generally sandy tidges, running variously from N.E.rounduto N.W. Between these sandy tracts, we passed a good deal of clayey fiat ground--in places hard and smooth, in others spongy and rotten, and cracked deeply by the heat, pelygo. num anti cane.gmass growing in great quantities. The feed everywhere peor and scanty, and very dry. * * Struck Purts creek, a deep channel coming from a northerly dtrection, nsd containing abundance of water; its general width appears to be sehut sixty feet, and the banks aretlined with small bha trees; meter plints and a species of water mast grrot in the bed, anti, froto ish and cray-tish being huend in it, I have no doubt that it is permanent in fact, the only water I can consider such of all these we have se'n on this aide of the Danheey R.anges. 5 * The cenatey is itiferior, in every thine but water, as we peoceed. Si...
IMPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 19 November 1861
IMPORTS. Telegraph:-1 bale, I case, B. Benjamin; 1 oval boiler, 3. Berkman; 4 cases all, I ease, 17 boxes glass, 1 paekageasaddlepy, 15,bags masze, 1 bale cabbage-tree, 1 ease, Cribb au Foote; 50 bhags our, B. Forrest; 41 buggy wheels,rFattoinii a 1 parcel, G. A. Lloyd; 1I boiler, I scale..(8 parts), l hogshead, 4 quarter-reeks sherry_, W. Gra.y & Co. ; 4 eases ftil/t C W. Hetun; 8 ere sfruit, J. N. Hughes; 3 chests, 2 hall-cheste, 4 quarter-chests tea, 8 Soaea pipes, 1 cask odkui, l arenel' twine, 1 ease caffee, I bitrred curiantsl. case oil, 3. Johoston; 80 casks cemeat, 8 bandlesshobvels, 8 bundlea rusty iron, 2 ru bo hller plates, 2 cases, 6 bars iron,. 6 bare steel,,T., H. 3paes; 2 trunks boots and shoes, LI.E. Illidge; 2 basts tahs 2 b -ks, I cei ironmonge., 2 coal rope, 4 kegs Faita, I bundle brooams, 1 can od, G. Kennedy; 8 chests 3 half-chests S boxes tee, B bags sugar, 56 bags sugar, 8 bag; rice, 2 cases sardines, ii cask ourrants, 2 cases oil, 0 boxes candles, 8 o...
IPSWICH POLICE COURT. FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 15. Before the Police Magistrate. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 19 November 1861
, KPSWICH IPOLICE COURT. F?e"o., NOvEMEat 15. - Beforethe Pelice Magistrate. Patridk'O'Kelley, charged with sllowing air beta of -'cattle to stray-in-the stre?e of thetown, was fined 0sa. ?and 4s. 6d. costs, or one monthe ,imprisonment. toary Lonkhartv. John Wslsh.-Assanlt. It appeoret 'from the evidence, thateome abooive language had passed tBetween the two pariien, andthat defendant got hold ef plaintiffe arm to drag her ontof-the house. Pined'10s., 'or seven days' imprisonment. James William Abbot was charged with stealing a cnash box, containing £109 3s. Gd., from the premises of .Joseph Cook, of Gatton.. Sergeant Currie deposed, that he arrested -the .prisoner at Gatton, and brought him -down by the mail:; prisoner enquired of witness how rnich money he had taken from him; and, on being in ormed, said he didnetknow rhat the d-1 possesedhinto do what he had done. Joseph Cook deposed, that about -one o'cloik on'the morning of the 14th, he heard hisnbed room door milke a noise, al...
EXPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 19 November 1861
EXPORTS. Telegraph: 27 balan wool, H. V." Hauill and C?or; 77 bales wool, 1 parcel, W. Gray and Co.; 50 baleswool, 11. Gill; 77 bales wool, J.74 White; 55 bales wool, 12 dry hides, 1 parcel, G. H. Wileon and Co.; 8 bairn wool, G. Thorn ; 18 bales wool, 7packages,.G. BRe andao.Le 18 bales wool, S bundles skins, J. Panton and Co.; 5 bales wool, B bundles ckins, U. Towno and Co.; 2 half bales woo,.21 hides, t hogahead tallow, C. Newton and Co.; S easeo H. Ranntger; 4 cases oru I,. Buleoclt; 7 rases, tba4 fruit,'1 ?abdleploots,. £. .eookingo, I parcel, H. Stewart; 7 easesofrit, A. Begar; 2 csoes fruit, D. Sklyring; 1 pareel, E. B. Boutherden; 80 bags sugar, S. Drsls and Coe.; 1 bag, Bank of Australasia; 2 oases, 1 cask, J. C. Phillips; 1 ease plante, T. Jones; I case, .. W. Buaton; I parel, Whitehead; 1 parcel, Mr& Willis; 1 horse, 4 wheels, W. B. Tooth; 10 bunches bananet, 2 casks ftisit, Williams; there were also baltes wool, 5 bundles skins, marked W. B. Tooth, that had been ...
Local and District News. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 19 November 1861
total anb Dittrict Nebw. SBin Woants.-In another column we publish a letter from Mr. Coockbuen, giving an account of the first effort for the production of silk, made in the colony. The wonderful fineness of the thread of the worm is shown in a communication made to the Society for Pro. meting Arts and Manufactures, by Miso Rhodes. It is stated that one line of the silk.worm, when unwound, meosured 404 yards, and, when dry, weighed 8 grains. Hence it follows, that one pound avoirdupoise of the thread as spun by the wopo, may be eatended into a line 5315 miles long, and that a thread which would encompase the earth would weigh no more that 47 pounds. TiE MAYOR ARI Oust iEPrOT OF TE MeUneCI ret CouncIL's ProOtEDcn s.-We have been informed by several parties that the Mayor complains that we did not report him correctly at the lainst meeting of CounciL &lt;Our report states-"AldeemsnaGerry thought thaywould be doing very wrong to run themselves into any such ex rense-it could be...
PRODUCE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 19 November 1861
PRODUCE MARKET. Hides inbetter demand, at rd per lb. in advanee. aeatiihbuera, astravanlwr in price, but agaood quality Bark-a decline of ten shillings in Mimosa. Skin--Australjan sheep, sold by anotion at full 'prIces. Tallow--a large quantity of Australisa sold at @)m 483s. to 46s. Thbe following vesselshave arrived in ]ngland from the colonies, since the departure of thel~it mail: Cashmnere, Aurora Australi, Duonna Annila, Water N'ycph,,John Banks, Owl?adSitue/otMl bourne. Or 'l o Sm •sc fro lfl L.398. Niger, from New Zeeala.d uncan Dachar, sr of Peace, Merians, Gamgusm, and Liberator, framt?ydnsey.. : IXPOt?.. . To Melbourne and Geeloog, £878,951, >agai~net £578,887 in Jaly. [so Aogusatasdecreeas in the maonths eft199,427. A large fallsognal in exports of drapery goods, apparel, and wroght lether. Expo srtato Sydney £224,929, against £221,728 for Jsly. Isn August, in crease in the month of £8206. Heavy shipmcnis of ruai, he aiendi red wines, snetals, haberdaheaf, rwrosight Ce...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 19 November 1861
SALES BY AUCTION. 15 HRDS. WHITBREAD'S ALE AND STOUT, Ex (arl Beyer from London. il M. COCKBURN has received instructions from Messrs. W. Gray and Co. to Sell by Public Auction, at their Stores. Bell.street, On FRIDAY, the 22nd Instant, at 11 o'clock precisely, S HRDS. WHITBREAD'S ALE, 10 HBDS. WHI1TIREAD'S STOUT. Terms, Cash. 221 FOR IMMEDIATE SALE.. 9000 SHEEP, AS DESCRIBED BELOW. ll M. COCKBURN has received instructions • from A. W. Oompigne, Eng., toSel by Priaste Contract, 9,000 SHEEP, sexes nearly equal, and Insbs given in, to be deli vered after shearing, say in all November. The wool of these Siheep is of first quality, the sheep being principally the prodnce of rams from the celebrated studs of Lawson, Bettington, Cox, and Deocher, as well as from German and English Meriuos. The owner is selling them merely on accoost Af discontinning sheep farming, and they can be seen at any time. For further pnrticulars, apply at the A-ction alooms, Nicholas-strset. 320 2800 STORE WETHER...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 19 November 1861
uiae (laueadilan Elazid TEltidni pe?-rawansow.-Tle omonnt of subscription to the Oseen, 2ofd Then tI Serenlh.lngs and1ienn 5er.qarter, if plaid 'in advance, or Eight Ohtting. and S.pence cred ithe "htera teirintDate on the 3llthoeptenbo, aert. Demcettmher, Whlse March, and 00th0 Soon at which periods ernl; coo suaharihera ?nvttne. hy giving notice, sndqlaying the mOsnot' duie as the otid efi heenmamt quarter. Aingleaopiq SiUxpence. , ,,., *Ao)vswclg/aansav or inseeted arcordiong~o thle f1owiownf 'scads -- " ' : a. d,. Poor tine s ... ...... ..... 3 r PintI~ne' .........-. 2 6 Etghitn sa .... ... ..... 0 1 * Entry additionatetghtiiooa ...-. .1, , 'hefollrowiog Dacoenr teatlowed on alt cdvsaeivedta tern no ebnueed P ,o .........6... 3 fper cent. to ..........2..... 5 pn Alllt agneiitooliuments apecify ?n thce oracheat tote * estoer o-'titoea they ore to he lonered, or they wilt he€ en tenea till connteromaded, uad chored foretncly. " ' ' Oreens on, wisthdryw eor alteronon cannot he re...
FROM NORMANBY. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 19 November 1861
. icas lioaxsosnv. Browh ibulL, no legiblr brand led and white poley cow, N tnder " off-shoulder, ribs, and rump .. White heifer, rep ea "DC off-ramp, (ID over 2D off ribs Roeand white cow, N under - off-rump, thigh, and shoulder Hod cow, two notches off-ear, croso over 4 oil-rump, blotch off-loin Strawberry steer, two splits off-ear, PW over D off. B ed heifer, PD off-rump Rod and white bullock, MH off rump and ribs Strawberry row, top off near-ear, like KM off.ribs Red and white boliock, T near-ribs and rump Roan buflock, C off-rump, T over OO nea-rump, top off nesr-ear Red bullock, D off-loin, like WM near-rump, 2 near cheek, slit off near-ear Mouse-coloured and white heifer, pieeooff near-ear, so legible brand Bed asd white cow, F off-thigh, FT of-ribs, TI off shoulder Strawberry.steer, P neer-rump, HP over an off-romp White and red steer, hole in off-ear, piece off near ear, like B off-thigh Red and white cow. bole both ears, M over C off rum, like Is 0 over WI off-ribs Red cow...
IMPOUNDED AT LITTLE IPSWICH. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 19 November 1861
IMPOUNDED 'AT LITTLE ISWIOK. ' Faoo FJsssIEN. Bay mare, M of-shoulder, blaze down facee near hind foot white Iron grey mare, illegible brand near-shoulder Brown filly, M near-shoulder Bay filly, N over 133 near-ehoulder, hear-thIgh, star Cheanut fily, T off-shoulder,.M erer If with TB under near-sloulder, 330 under saddle, star Bay colt, s over hi over , veer-shoulder, blaze Bay mare, D over 3W near-shoulder, 45 under saddle Bay colt, JA off-shoulder, AT near-shoulder, P near thigh Bay mare, 2 over ES over S near-shoulder, G off. ahoolder, star, off-hind foot white Bay filly, WP over 5 near-shoulder,WO under saddle, otar, near hind foot white Brown filly, Mi over M near-shoulder, near hind foot white Blank colt, star,-J over T near-shoulder, ? near-ribs Bay colt, star, 7 over T near-shoulder, 12 near-thigh Iron grey horse, F91 off-ribs, MI off-shoulder Iron grey colt, like 9 off-ribs, TD near-shoulder, C over JC off-shoulder Brown filly, near-hind foot white, M sver M near suoulder ...
SMILE AND BE CONTENTED. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 19 November 1861
SlaJLE AD BEROONTENTE : The wririd gro iold,mantlhho grwowdld Toeacwheileieeklng tireasur?; . And:what with ?wantsandleare;ad toU, . We scvree have limenYor, pleaure. *But never oonipL, ttat As a loes • If we are poor and would be rich, . t.will notcbeloyping " ,Nel.. :o.steady laew.'ee?lhopefctadsmna'., - Ar iTh ee'erl?raght siltvert 'to hope f;Te ha?ilvest aduls on se e dhose 1ho adilea hod ate ehiteed. Whtge ohsesst rck the heart * And forteoe bi4dsza sorrow, Yri, dh hope we zmgy j eop,?i,., ,, h. eas"et e a nd beprevested; . e. te" .- , -* , And lmale and be'ofl?tdtd." Ploeutti eursgPeL
A PECULAR MATCH. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 19 November 1861
A PCburAB MATCm.-At"Tramorr, the other day, a peculiar match came ffE 'The .!atch, owich was for a £100 a-side, consisted of the followin:x---The Clown ch. g., the property of Captain M'Craits, was to be ridden by himself Mid an olficerof lhe 14th Regiment, (united weight 22 stone.5 ibs.,) against the Baron, a delebrated hunter for .speed and switnese, to be ridden by the .o er, ,d at 18 stome-distance two miles over the fist. the day of the race a vast assemblage of people'Mbo had heard of the coming event assemibled o,.t?e course-when lo and behold! iftet 'awell contesed race, the Clown .entered the weighing yaod fth his two mounted friends, amiist a scene of.un, an trolled hilarity, not slightly ,eihbobyd bjthe sa?ig of pocket handkerchiefs.and the icto?reopfth" crowd, bewildered by the extraordiniry ?.?.ne..ee. Clonoel Chroeicle. NAPoLEON HoAeDn. .- It is, i 0elstet7-bstI . vouch for the truth of the story-thut upon sosa .qpa ston a wag imposed upon thle credulit& of the...
BRAHE'S MEMORANDUM. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 19 November 1861
BRAKE'S MERORfDUM. T he follewiag io the memorcadum depoited by rahe with the proviuions, when he left the depot, at oper' Creek, so the East of April It was found by Mr. L?urke's party on the evening of thesame dayc " Depot, Cgupees Creek, "Spit! 31, 1861.. "The depot party of V. E. E. leaves this camp to-day, to return to the Darting. I intend to go I.E. from eamp -0, to get an to sur old tfack near Balloo. Two of my campanians and myself are quite welt; the third-Pattto --has been unable to walk for dte last eighteen Jays, -s his leg hts been severely hurt when thrown by one of the horses. ?o person has been up here from the Darling. , We have six camelanld twelvehoroes, in good work. I eog eondation.
VICTORIAN EXPLORATION. THE CONTINENT CROSSED. DEATH OF BURKE AND TWO OF HIS PARTY. KING'S NARRATIVE. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 19 November 1861
.- VICTOIiAN EXPLORATION. (Abriged /rom thu Argus, November 4.) THE CONTINENT CROSSED. DEATH OF BURKE AND TWO OF HIS PARTY. KING's NABRATIVE. Mr. Burke, Mr. Wills, and I, reached the depot at Cooper's Creek, on April 2lst, almut half-past seven in the evenine, with two camels--all that rema:ined of the six Mr. Burke took with him. All the provisions we then had consisted of a pound and a-half of dried meat. We found the party had gone the same day, and looking about or any mark they might lhave Ilft, found the tree with DIG, April 21. Mr. Wills said the party had left for •the Darling. We dug, and fund the plant ol stores. Mi. Burke took the papers out of the bottle, and tht 'alked each of us whether we were able to proaeed up the creek in pursuit of the party. We sad hot, and he then said that he thought it his duty to ask us, but that he himself was unable to do so, but that he had decided upm trying to make Mount Hopeless, as he had been assured by the committee in Melbourne that...
ARRIVAL OF THE ENGLISH MAIL AT ADELAIDE, BY THE SALSETTE, WITH THE SEPTEMBER MAILS. Adelaide, South Australia, Thursday Afternoon, November 14, 1861. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 19 November 1861
ARRIVAL OF THE ENGLISH MAIL AT ADELAIDE, BY THE 8ALSETTE, WITH THE SEPTEMBER MAILS. r ENizorme TELEoRArP.] . (From the Guardian). Adelaide, South Australia, Thursday Afternoon, November 14, 1861. THE P. and O. Company's S. S. Sallette arrived at King Georges Sound on the 9thi insotn, and the mail was brought up to Adelaide this day by the Wonga Wonga. The Salsette was detained some time at Galle waiting for the steamer on the other side, which was detained by the stoppage of the nmail overland through Egypt, be. tween AleIandria an?dCairo, caused by the overfloweig of the Nile, which carried away twenty two miles of the railway. The passengers were eonsequeanly four days in crossing the desert. Poasseugers for Sydney: Mfr. and Mrs. Logan, Mr. aind Mrs. Pike Mesars. Ellott, George, Sneerson, Cooper, Sapelly, and Moajor Nation.
THE GLORIOUS UNCERTAINTY OF THE LAW. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 19 November 1861
THE GLORIOUS UNCERTAINTY 0OF THE LAW. PERHAPS no better illuswration-could be afforded of the glorious uncertainty of the law, thjn by a reference to two events which have lately occurred in this colony. One of them, the case of BARTLEY against Row, tried in Ipswich within the last fortnight; the,other that of the Bank of Australasia against ?he sureties of BOYLAND, The first of these cases is familiar to the majority of the inhabitants of this town, and has been a subject of considerable discussion since the trial, and opinion is much divided as to the-correctness of the verdict. The facts of this case, may be briefly stated thus : BARNEs, a cLemist and druggist residing in this. town, gave a bill of sale over all his property to Mr. TnoRN; the bill of sale in cluding all the property which'BARNEs mpight acquire subsequentto the dateof its-execution, as well as that on the premises at the time. It appears that Mr. ThoRN became soi'ewhae nervous about his security, having heard that...