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EXECUTION OF BLACK HARRY. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 22 November 1861
EXECUTION OFBLIACK' HARRY. (Frao heM ? aiWad ledeerP.) On Wednesday moroing the aborignilnal Harry satered the extreme penalty of the law-, at the gaol, East Maitlsid;,for the murder of Mrs. Mills. The execntion .took place in presence of Mr. Beverley, who attended as acting deputy sheriff, Dr. Wilton, surgeon of the gaol, Mr. Day, the police magistrate,all the available police, and about twenty of the townspeople. We understand that 'the miserable man made no statement to the riicials -of the.gao- but some-words passed between him end Dean O'Cennoel, who attended him, aud it woo thought that he was in prayer. tHis behaviour was S-m, hut free from bravado. A gentleman, on the tuthfulness of whose word 're place full reliance, has communicated to us several important disclosures which Black Harry -mausa to him during Irequeot visits to his cell, which he paid in course oT the last few weeks. E'arry said the tomahawk which he took out with ;im on the morning of-the tragedy wl s not th...
WRECK OF THE WHALING SHIP CLEMATIS NEAR THE SOLOMONS' GROUP. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 22 November 1861
WRECK OF THE] WHALING SHIP OLEHATIS NEAR THE SOLOMONS' A:OUP. Among the islands touched at by the Coquette wnea San Ohristoval, where were found the crew of the American whaler Clematis, 800 tons, Captain Daniel Watrons, frbm New London, Conneciout, about three yoam ego. The captain repoeted his ship as above, and t.hat he had90 barrels of ol on board; tliat they had just lefttMatira? aay, which is at the north-west of Ban Chriateval, the tsual watering place inthht eighborhood, and according to his chart and the ordinary reckoning, were steering clear of land or reefs; buton the night of the 19th Septeinhber, she struek very heavily, with a full p-oe of canvas and a fair wind, going at the'rate of aboutslx knote on the extreme point of the lidispea. sable Beef, about 200 miles from the Solomona' Group. She immediately awung over, just allowing them ti got he four whale boat clear,;and allow of their saving a bag of biscit, which was soAedened with salt water, and the captain to get...
HORATIO SPENCER WILLS, ESQ., M.L.A., OF VICTORIA. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 22 November 1861
HORATIO BPENCER WILLS, Esq, M.L.A., OF VICTORIA, Asndtine of his servants, all babaroudly mourdered by the wretehsd aborigines, at his newly-ornned station Wogos, in the cololy of Queensland, June 28tb, 1881. (From the Sydatuy Mornting Herald.) ELEGIAC STANZAS. How may the pen of a surviving fritnd How may the soul her agony express P Horr utterance give to sympatby, and blend SThe Chrietian'sproyer, in anguish and distress, With strong denunciation of the horde Of barbarous, murderous eavages, abhorred. Who have the life-blood drawn,and slaughtered tesn Ten human fellow.crentures, gentle, kind; 8armless and unprotected women, men, And children, innocent, to love inclined Wbhoe only thought and purpose toarerd their fole -Wa to do good-to mitigate-their woems. Ah! hapless, generous Natic of this land, Bold, enterprising, pastoral pioneer; Hoiw futile are our projects, though well planned: How vastly different would they appear, 'Weare mortals c?urse?d with prescience to foresee, Of ...
ABSTRACT OF SALES BY AUCTION. THIS DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 22 November 1861
ABSTRACT OF SALEB B£ AUCTION. Taos DAY. BY Mr. H. . COowKoaN, at the Stores of Messra. W. Gray and Co., Whithread's Ale and Stout By Messrs. GaSOORY and DoUEIRE, at the North Australian Horse Baenar, at 12 o'clock, horses. SATrDR AY, NOVE))E* 2 . By Messrs. MACEuNZIs & Bown?L a, at 4 o'clock, at the New Auction Mart, sundry goodse By Messrs. FaTTrorNm & Co., at the Corporation Sale Yards, at 11 o'clonk, two teams of bullocks, &o.
SUPREME COURT.—MONDAY. CRIMINAL JURISDICTION. Before Mr. Justice Lutwyche. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 22 November 1861
SUPREME COURT.-Mosoar. (From the Courier.) CORAlna JtRISDICTIOr.. Before Mr. Justice Lutwyche. The sittings of the Supreme Court, criminal jurisdio tion, commeneed yesterday. The following were the cases disposed of during the day: Georgie, an aborigiraL was charged with ravishing one Bridget Ryan. on 11th October lat, at Little Ip wich. The Attorney-General prosecuted, and Mr. Blakeney was assigned for the defence. Bridget Byan, on being sworn, stated that she lived at Little Ipswich, andthat on the evening of the 11th October last she went out to look for some calves. She crosmed over the one mile bridge, and turning offthe'road to the left, she saw the calves in a hollow. She went towards them, and on her way found that a blackfellow was running after her, with his hands open as if to catch her. She was frigihtened, and screamed, and wh hen the blackfellow attempted to seize her, she gave him a push wlhich caused him to fall down. He got up again, and after a violent struggle, sn...
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 22 November 1861
MARRIED. On the !Oth instant, at Redbank, by the Rev. G. M. Reed, Charles Alfred Owen, Esq., of Yandtlla, Darling Downs, to Rebecca Elizabeth, only daughter of Jolhn Campbell, Esq., of Redbank.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 22 November 1861
SALES BY AUCTION. 15 BUDS. WRITBREAD'S ALE AND STOUT, Ez Carl Beyer from London. H M. COCKBURN has received instructions . from Messrs. W. Gray soand Co. to Sell by Public Auction, at their Stores, Bell-street, THIS DAY, the 22nd Instant, at 1! o'clock precisely, 5 BHHDS. WHITBREAD'S ALE, 10 EHHDS. WHITBREAD'S STOUT. Terms, Cash. 321 PRELIMINARY NOTICE. ABOUT 25 BEAD OF HORSES. 'H I. COCKBURN has received instructions , from A. W. Compigne, Esq., to sell by Public Auction, at the Corporation Sale Yards, On FRIDAY, 6th DECEMBER, ABOUT 25 HEAD OF HORSES, from his well-known and extensive stud at Nindoo inhab, Albert River. Further particulars in future advertisement. Terms, Cosl. 351 8025 EWES AND LAMBS, &c. H M. COCKBURN has received instructions , to Sell by Private Cotntract, 2085 Wethers, 2 to 4 years old 1800 Ewes, net-ever 4 years 865 do. 4 to years.,-none brokegn mouthed 906 do. ·Maidens 50 Rams 2825 Lambs 8025 in all, mone?r less. The sheep are good, healthy, and sound...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 22 November 1861
(lie aurndlatrdle (m6z, ---, TERMS: ?efalon?iraow.--The amount of subsrlpln to timhe mmen.. tand .TIme is SeVendhhlinga. al d Siapeneo per-quaffr, if paid inadvanoe, or Eight Shillings -ndSopenre credit. The luortera terminate on -the 10th September, list DeOrember; SSsot March, and 0th Jns e, at whic. periodt onlyian submclber detine, by gtiving notlce, and paylong the amount duoe to lthe end of the current quarter. Stanle copcls, Siapence. AbnltItLSO ino os a ntled according to the ftllowing scale:- . ad. ' TERETllowed nFXDDPST ?our innes. . . I Si olines ......... 3 0 tEig 2 linea... ............ 8 'O Every additional eight lines ...... IO . r folrlowing DIscotue f a siaowed on alt advertisemenem on. ilnood- For 0 insetlons............ pe er1nt. 1 , ............15 26 , ...... ...... 25 .. .. . . . All advertisements must speci?y on the face of thea the nmhereIoftime ihey are to "e inserted, or they will be .on tlnun0 tillcauntcrmanded, and charged aeordingly. Orders for wsthdramw...
Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 22 November 1861
f)ijpptng nttelligeitnce. -4---- ARIVALS. November 15.-Cyalone, brigantine, SO tonse, Captain W. E. Rooa, from Launeeston 2nd instant. H. B.. Grenfell, agent. November 18.;-Coquette, achooner, f2 tons, Captain A, Coutsa, from the South Sea Islands. NovembeLt 18.-Vanquish, brigantine, 80 tons, Cap tain H. Scott, from Sydney, 12th instant. Passeanger--1 in the steerage. G. Raf and Co., agents.
COMMERCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 22 November 1861
COMMERCIT?L. L.aou MaBErT.--Mackenzie and Bowland report a brisk demand for stockrmen, shepherds, and men to drive earts; the number of contracts within the Municipal boundary may aeount for the demand for the letter. The following produce has been received and for warded:-From the stores of Messrs W. Gray and Co. -40 bales wool, Mt & Ly; 30 bales wool, V in diamond; 2 bales wool, Gillepie; 6 bales wool, H & FL For shipment per Woolloomooloo--8 bales wool, NORTIH; 10 bales wool, F & F Bigge. At the stores of M?esrs. G. H. Wilson and Co.-24 bales wool, GD in diamond over Canning Downs; 20 bales wool, WN; 16 casks TW & Co. At the stores of Messre. H. V. Massell and Co.-30 balesl wool, McLean. At the stores of Mr. R. Forrest--9 bales wool, 46 ditto, TT over T.
CORONER'S INQUEST. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 22 November 1861
CORONER'S INQUEST. An inquest was held yesterday at Belle Vue, the sta ion of Major North, on the body of Tan Tic, who was found dead under circumstances disclosed in the follow. injg evidence: John Puison sworn: Is a labourer on Mr. North's station; yesterday morning Mr. M'Lean (the overseer), Tam Pee (a Chinaman), thdie deceased, and myself, were at the Two-mile Station, where M'Lean wanted to cut some lambs; M'Lean asked the deeased to come into the yard to help to pen the shbeeji up; deceased said be would not, as he wanted to cook his breakfast; he then stamped his foot on the ground and flew to a fork made of wood, which supported one of the hurdles, and he looked very black at M'Lean; M'Lean then took up another and gave deceased a blow on the head, which knocked him down. Witness walked away and saw no more; this happened about six o'clock; about dinner. time witness saw the deceased; he was sitting down against a tree between the head station and the two-mile station; he ap...
IPSWICH POLICE COURT. TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 19. Before the Police Magistrate, and Messrs. W. Yaldwyn and F. A. Forbes. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 22 November 1861
IPSWICH POLICE COUR~LT. TuE?DAY, NOVE1BER] 19. Before the Police Magistrate, and Messrs. . Y. aldwyn ani F. A. Forbes. Prederiek Nicloll, an aboriginal, charged with drunk eneses, was admonishedand discharged. Thomas Perry, for allowing cattle to stray in the streets, was fined Is., or seven days in Brisbane Gaol. L P. GosLett v. John Wilson.-Illegally metoain~ing possession of a house. bismissed, due sertCe of notis not being proved. - Nichol was charged with felony, and remanded to the 21st. Bail allowed, himself in £100, and two sureties.of £?F0 each.
IPSWICH MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 22 November 1861
IPSWICH M;UNICIPAL :CUNCIL. The usual weekly meeting took place at the Counrt-house, on Wednesday. Present-the Mayor, Aldermen Watkins, Clune, O'Malley, Thompson, and Johnston. The minutes of the previous meeting were read aond confirmed. The Overseers weekly report was read. The Finance Committee's report was put and passed as follows : Wages and eaage ... ... £100 0 6 Commissinon olleection ... S 1 4 M. O'Longhliu, for stumping 11 9 6 White and Bennett . 10 0 0 The Mayor then said he wished to draw their attention to a report which appeared in the Ipnwics Herald ]qy. cQueenand fiees], and which he saw was reiterated in the last issue of that journal, in which it was stated that an alderman had been consulted, who said that the report was correct When he first saw the statement he had referred to two reporters who were present; he had also asked the Town Clerk and Mr. O'aellivan, and they had no rmeollection of his using the words attributed to him; and he now wished to take the op...
Before the Police Magistrate, and Messrs. G. Faircloth, B. Cribb, and G. H. Wilson. CATTLE STEALING. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 22 November 1861
Before the Police Magistrate, and Messrs. G. Ealeloth, B. Cribb, and G. H. Wilson. CATTLE £TEALLEO. Regina v. Niehols.-This was a charge brought by Mr. James England, of Tarampa station, against Mr. - bichol, superintendent for Messrs. Bell, of Buaraba station, for feloniously stealing about 20 head of calves, the property of prosecutor. Mr. Mscalister appeared for the prosecution, and Mr. Thompson for the defence. The ~st witness called was Joseph Hind, who deposed that he was employed by Mr. England at Tarampa; knows a lagoon on the run called the Big Lagoon; it is a campingplace for cattle; henmembered going to Boarahs station with Mr. Englans about ten days ago; Mr. England went up to the yard, and asked prisoner if there were any cattle of his (England's) thwre; prisoner replied there were two in the stockyard; Mr. England and he then turned togohome; when they got a short distance, they saw two .sows of Mr. England's making for the yards as if looking for their calves; they tu...
NEW SOURCES OF WEALTH. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 22 November 1861
- NEw spr9ceS OF WEALTa. WE believe that few of our readers, and more particiularly ihose who are interested in the trade and commerce of the colony, are aware of the many sources of wealth, which are waiting to be dtveloped, on our shores.. The merchants of Sydney have for years been in the habit of sending vessels to the rem6test islands of the South Seas, for the purpose of seeking for many of those articles which nature has abund antly provided on the eastern and northern shores of this colony, none of them, apparently, having thought it worth while to seek f6r the articles nearer to their own homes. Our merchants, then, have a greater advantage to accrue from. the neglect of their neighbours, and they may at once commence a trade which has made the fortunes of many in Sydney, and that with every reasonable prospect of success. The articles to which we allude are pearl shell, tortoise-shell, and 'beehe-le-mer, all of which' are found in abundance on different parts of this coast...
DIARY. MEMORANDA FOR THE WEEK. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 22 November 1861
DIARY. q MEMORAUDA Or0 Tva ~iEz. ~S~pwsa I Bun tttgh8Wtr.nn tita Iovs Rises. I Bets. I Mon. I Aft. 22 ) PFarDna ....... 3 1 2 l 2 l) ' I 2 1?8 3S IeSumDar ...... I 6 30 I 40 1 3 4 2O 8s?soA *..... 2 5 I 6 3r 1 s2 I 3 50 3 5 3Mo?nr .~....... .i I 6 31i1 4121. 4.st 26 ThsEnAw ..... 1 3 6 3 8 4 ) 36 S15 16 T7 WNnslAA ..... h 6 I 3 3 53 I 6 0 28 Tansair ...... 6 I 1 635 5 628 ? I The d etleee On timebetween hin water at the Bar and Urlsbane is l honrl5 minutes, and Ipswith 2 hours 25 minutes, #1lh difterenre must be added to tei tlmhe onhigh vater on the 1st. The euterly winds on (he cauas of th?e Bay. and the feeahe. in dbernver, often eausen variation team our table, hut these are ,eelryceidental , and goweraed bly noklown ma?. FIjt tutYntuOEBE fiment. FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 22, 1861.
Local and District News. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 22 November 1861
aocal anu DBiltrict Krtn. NEW OLERGYMAN POR TPrWICH.- The Rishop of Brisbane was here at the beginning of the week making arrangements for the settlement of the Rev. Mr. Bailey in the town. This clergyman arrived by the Wansfell, and is the gentleman to whom the Bishop referred at the late meeting, as being shortly enpected to arrive here as a coadjutor to the Rev. L. H. Rumsey. SEBRONs ON BEHALn ' OP THE HOBPITAL. - At the request of the Committee of the Ipswich Hospital, the ministers of the various churches in this town have agreed to make collections on behalf of that institution on Sunday next, the 24th instant. We have no doubt that the humane and benevolent will contribute liberally on the ccasion, and that the funds of the Hospital will be ma terially assisted by this appeal. IPSWICs EQuITABrLS INVtESTMEYT AND BeIDiG SOCIETY, No. 2.-The usual monthly meeting took place on Friday evening last, when aeferal new shares were taken up, and two shares were sold at 18 and 19 per ce...