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OUR MUSICAL SOCIETIES. [Contributed.] [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 22 November 1861
*,OUR MOSICAL SOCIETIES. [Contributed.] "With Rancoc?ntiducklessly was chained The Tenor; these two hated with abate Known only on the stage, -and ach more pained . With this, :his .tuneful neighbour than his fate. :Sad strife arose, for they were so.cross-grained, That each pulled different ways. ---mon Juan. AT 'the present dull time, when the. inhabitants *of this town, having sent off their monthly letters, are expecting the English mail, (the mews of which has already been anticipated by the recent completion of the telegraph,), when the said inhabitants are not enlivened by the visits of country friends, who are dlI busy with the shearing, any fresh incident becomes the general topic of conversation;; under .which circumstances, in the absence.of grave political questions, we think we may be pardoned in venturing on the social, Mr. HAIMBERGER's concert having occurred opportunely for such discussion. Until oflate years in .England the practice of music was rather looked upon a...
BRISBANE. Monday afternoon. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 26 November 1861
BRISBANE. S [wano oua own coiaaerPONDENT.) Monday afternoon. Iantlhe Supreau rt, this afternoon, the rule for a new trial was made absolute in the ease of the Bank of Australasia v. Boyland. Tile Judge read his notes and said that he had directed the jury to return a verdict for plaintiff; but at tile same time told them that they were not obliged to do so unless they thought proper. Thia had not thought proper to do so, but had taken the law in their own hands, and to pIrevent any injury that might be done thereby, a new trial was granted. The Attorney-General moved for the rule granted to be made absoltle in the case of Bartley v Row, on the grounds that the verdict was against the evidence; that the Judge had admitted improper evidence; and that bne of the ljur was a party interested in the result of the verdict. The Court adjourned at 12, before Mr. Jones's argument had been finished to nltow cause why the verdict should be sustained. In reply to the first objeec tion, he argued...
To the Editor of the Queensland Times. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 26 November 1861
To Cte Eailtor of the Queensland Times. 'XtR,-The highb charges for passages to and from Syd oay, and for freight, have caused periodical grumblinge at the rulocity of the Australasian Steam Navigation Caompny, at whose tender mercy we have hitherto been. Thie discontent has caused the formation of a local oam pany, who wnill not probably for some time be in a posie tion to compote with (he established line of steamers to and from Sydney it having been determined to restrict the operations of the 0ew company at dirst to trale withl the Nmolthern Ports. Throagh the enterprise of Messrs. Poe ns and Co., we have now a steamer on the Sydney ,line l?every way equal to the best of the old company's hlot, lhile the passenger charges by hier are redu?ead by about 36 per cent,: at thie same time, we learn from one of tie os ers of tite Baloluth, that the present rates by that vesfl will be remunerative. When the Balclutha aiarted, the Ynara Yerra was advertised to sail at the came rates, and...
OFFICIAL NOTIFICATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 26 November 1861
OFFICIAL IOTIFICAT~IONS. (From Saturday's Governmentl Gazette.) POLICE ACT. - By a proclamation in Saturday's 'Gazette, the town of Marlborough is brought under the provisions of the Police ALct SAPPOINFrENTB. -From Saturdays Gazette we abridge the following :--The appointment of J. Abraham, Esq., as Acting-~egistrar of the Supreme Court, is extended tothe 81st December next.-Francis -Turner, Esq., to be a socond-class clerk in the Colonial-Secretary's Offiee. Thomas Spencer Williams and William Cave, Esqs., to be second.lieutenants inlthe Native Police Force.-The Rev. Philip Richard Spry Bailey, of the Church of England, ipswich, and tile Rev. t. Wilson, of the Baptist'Cha el, Gayndal, have been duly registered as •ministers of religion for the celebration of marriages. .Thomas Lodge Murray Prior, aEsq., to be postal in sanrector for the colony of Queensland.-Albert Ernest Paris has been appointed poundkeeper at Callandoon by the local bench. Tkhe bounaeriesof the agricultaral rese...
FROM BUNDAMBA. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 26 November 1861
.aot BUNDAs nA. Cheesanuthorse, blase, GS over L with I under near shoulder. Bay filly, 9 over To near shoulder, 12 near thigh. Chesnut mare and'foal, blaze, TS off shoulder, ;3 near shoulder. Chesonut colt, blaze, near hindfoot white, TS off shoulder. Irongrey filly, Rover l near shoulder. Bay horse, off hind foot white, ML near shoulder, j over K off shoulder. Bay filly, hi over C near shoulder. Brown filly, n3 off shoulder, ike q near shoulder. Grey oe, Jike A over CE near shoulder, Cheanut filly, F off shoulder, C near neck and shoulder. Roan mare, JP offshoulder, HF near shoulder. Black filly, B over C near shoulder, near hind foot white. Brown colt, star and snip, JS over 8 near shoulder, like ac over JG with N under off shoulder. Brovwn illy, WJ offshoulder, blotch near thigh. Bay mare, M over J near shoulder, MIt offshoulder. Bay filly, star and snip, off shoulder, C overS near shoulder. " Brown filly, star, JV over a near ashoulder, w near Baalilly, star, R near shoulder. B...
Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 26 November 1861
h~ipping *nttlltni nce. ARRIVALS. November 2t4-Clasreneo steaner, 800 ton; Captain Caottier, from :the Northern Ports. Passengers, from E-ockhampton-,Missa Boyee, Mr. Spencer, Mr. A. O. einb el r. Hupem, Mr. B. A. tevwood, kr. oarren, Mr. Brooaes, " Froam Gladstone--Mr. Mlivklrjohn, Master Miekiejohn, Mr. Livingston. From Mary borouoh-Mr. ond Mrs. Eawnoey, Mr. Green, Mr. Long, Mr. Grant-and 32 in th'e steerage. , November 22.--Yarra PYarra, steamer, 5O0-tons, Cuptain Bell, from Sydney. Passengers--Mr. ansd Mrs. J. Pettigrw, Mr. H. Eaton, Mr. J. A. Brown, Mr. D. Mitchel,-and.82 inthe steerage. N?ovember 24.--Telegraph, steamer, 700 tons, Captain B. O' eilly, from Sydney 22nd instant. Piassengers Mnrs. Edward, Sir Charles Nicholson, Bart., Messrs. A. Bandeman, Shepherd Smith, [vry, W. . lindmarsh, W. Peiby, GŽCarew, Anslow, James Black, West, G. Powell, and 3B in the steerage. November 2.-Buonaparte, schooner, Captain eobb, from nort Denison. Passenger--Messrs. Fitzalan and Anderson, ...
Local and District News. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 26 November 1861
*acal anIu DiBLtrtct Ncw0. -4~-- WEEKLY ETURN Op PATIB Nw lT THE dPsmCH XOoPIrTAL.-oNumber of patients for the week ending 2nd November .-Admitted, 0; discharged, 1.; remain ing in the hoise, 18. DaRowK'No.-About fived'clock yesterday afternoon, a man named-John M'Alpin, who wastliacharged from the hospitalabout three days ago, and who had been suffer ing from paralysis, was observed by a toy to enter the Bremer River,near the Coal Falls, forthe purpose of bath. bathing. Alter some timeohad elapsed he was missed, and .information was at once convoyed to the police, who at 'once commenced dragging, and also got.a blackfellow to -dive in scarch of the body. Darkness coming on, and their efforts being unsuccessful, they desisted, but intenE to recommence the search early this morning. LECOTUREn ON TE ESSAs AND .EvWIEws.- The second lecture on this subject was delivered by the Rev. J. W..C. Draue, at the 'Congregational Church, .on Tridry evening. There was a very respectable attentl an...
DEPARTURE. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 26 November 1861
DEPARTURE. - November 28.-Yarra Yarra, steamer, 00 .tons, Cap. ain Bell, for Sydney. Passengers--Mr. Wiuiame, Mesars. uHoro, J. S. Spencer, M~'EIhone, Fegan, B. Tyfe, H. Brooks, Mr. andsI Master Micklejohn, md ih in imthe stoorage.
DOUBTFUL DECISIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 26 November 1861
DOUBTFUL DECISIONS. WE last week drew the attention of our readers to two cases tried in the Supreme Court, as evidence of the glorious uncertainty of the law, and we see that in both cases a new trial has been granted. Thus, as we predicted, tile first step habus been taken toward tile upsetting of what we considered an unjust verdict. We have now to call the atts.ntion of our readers to two other cases, in a different branch of jurisprudeece, which we think they will agree with us, are opeti to grave comment. The first to which we refer is that of ENOLAND against N?IcoLs, for cattle stealing, which was brought before the Police.Court on Thurs. day last, and dismissed. The evidence in this case abundantly went to show, that NsinorLs ihad the cattle claimed in his possession, and that he knew that they did not belong to the station of which he was the superintendent. The well. known respectability of the owners of the sta tion, would preserve them ftrom such imputations as are somet...
IMPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 26 November 1861
r PORTS. .Yar Yra- n st W~a,."s teeso ll,. late. lame eurtlheware, eases, 8 boxes, ;B gs, 2 ca'es oil, Aland and Coa.s pamce], kabem i oose, Esier.; l kegopium, 3..JDerkmuan.; 20cliaent te? ?uItcklaad; 17 maies fruit So bag"s naice, 1 honse, U. Buloack; 2 prel,?;t ?ile. I S. Femieter; 10 castes claret,. attorini and Co.? ces, i D. Grimes; 11 bags salt, 2 chests tea, I box soap, IS bags sugar, 1 ton reock salt, 1 parcel, W. Gray and Co. i I case, J. Ilaimberger; 2 boxes pipes, S e?a?es, 1 cask vinegar, 2 eases cil-store, 1 arrtel c1t'ant% AHieltey; 12 boxes tin, Heitz; I case, h'bale, 6 "cases frult, cane prunes, 1 box starch, 1 iak,; 1 package musnatels, 2 casks currants, 2 kegs apples, S boxes raisins, I casuk blsauking, 10 boxes soap, 9 bags sugar, S bags coffee, J. Harris; 7 cases fruit. C. W. Hunt; I parcel, Haseell; 14 barsu bunales irah, 2 aus's,4 butadles tope, "4 bea nails, T. H. Joness 1 case, 1 trunk, J. M. Illidges 1 case, Kingoferds I ase, Order; 2 balesn, 1 truss, 7 cas...
No Title [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 26 November 1861
If I might give a short hint to an impartial writer it would be to tell his fate. If hle resolved toventure upon the dangerous precipice of telling unbiassed truth, let him proclaim war with manlkid-neithler to give nor to take quarter. If he tells the ?iimes of great men they fall upon him with the ironhands of the law i if he tells themof virtues, when they have any, then the mob attacks him with slander. But if he regards truth, let him expect martyrdom on both sides, and then he may go on fearless and this isthe course I take myself. Dto Foe.
EXPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 26 November 1861
EXPORTS. Yarra Ya; : 2 cases fruit, IR. Bulcoek; 6 eases rnit,f B. N. Levy; 1 parcel, Peterson and Younger; 2 cases fruit, T. Uritnmack;'20cases, l cask fruit, D. Skyring; 7 cases fruit, T. Clarke; 1 coil ratline, A. R. Jones; 4 eases fruit, A. J. Hockinogs; 30 bales wool,W. B. Tooth; 27 bales wool, THaseesl and Co.; 107 bales wool, J. C. White; 44 bales wool, W. Gray and Co.; 3 bales wool, G. Thorn; 6 bales wool, F. A. Forbes; 42 bales wool, Wilson ; 2 screw jacks, Fleming; 1 bag, B. Forrest; 1 parcel gold, ions., Bank of Australasia. The Clarence will leave for the Nortlern Ports this day, at noon. (From the Guardian, NeToelber 28.) The Clarence left Rockhampton on Tuesday,atl0S80; Gldstonr, on Wednesday at noon; sMaryborough, on Thursday, at noon; and arrived at tthe whart yesterday morting, at 11'30. with the Yarra Yarra's mails. The Eagle steamer was chartered by Government to convey 20; limmigrants by the Persia to Rockhampton. The tncle Tom left Glisadstone for Sydney on Tues...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 26 November 1861
SALES BY AUCTION. BOOKS, STATIONERY, -o. M.I . COCKBUBN has received instructions to .. sell by Public Auction, at his Rooms, Nicholas-street, THIS DAY (FRIDAY), the 26th Instant, at 11 o'clock precisely, a QUANTITY OF BOOKS AND STATIONERY, among which are the following, viz.: Chambers' Journal Guy Fawkes Memoirs of Dr. Chalmers Cleve Hall Life of Goldsmith HBistory of Corfu &c., &c., &c. Asa,, 8 teams roled account ales paper 3 do. do. foolscap 3 do. bank post 4 do. notepaper 2 do. largeY. W.post 2 quires drawing paper 4 do. tracing papler 24 dozen copy books 25 gross steel pens 4 dozen boxes.quill-pens 3 glass iiksltands 6 day books, 2) and 3 quires I cash bookl S9 dozen pocket boiks, assorted 6 dome bells tc., :&c., Ac. Terms, cash. No reserve. 366 GENERAL MERCBHA~MDIZE. H. M. COCKBURN has received instructions to Sell by- Public -Auction, at his Rooms, Nicholas-street, THIS DAY,-the-26th Instant, at Eleven o'clock precisely, 1 dozen pocket knives ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 26 November 1861
Elte iuandlawr , Im -- - -4- S TERMB: eFnse.raT.PTIn.--Tlhe Amount ubshaeriptlaon to the 5es'* Cond Tiee to Seven Shinlng?l sipeoe jer qusrter, of paid In adrvnce, or Eight Ohlllttit, and Sixpeore credit. The q- eit-tam terminitle On the 30th Septetbter, lsat December. ylit March. and 30th June, at which pertods only can subacrtbets -dletinc, by elring notice, and paying the amoont doe to thanmd of tle curren quarter. Oingloplcesiopeno te. AI raoTeaL0HTMU ace lnseted .aecordllig fo the fatlowi?a scale:- e.. Twlitnee. . I' Pour lines .... 2 ,llil . . ... . .2 Elght Im·n 3 .vecry RdJlUonoaleltInc ......1 a rhe following Drecounor I allowed on all adverntsements e, Inuod For 0 in ertron ............ lOpecent. 13. . . It16 v I. . . .............. . .t -2 t , ............ 4 pe cn All adnertlsemenle must peclty on the face oaf them th mmbort olmerh threy re to be ionserted., or bey will be eon Itlnen tillcountermonded. and chsrred aeeorltlnoly. Ordero eor 'withdrwaal -or alIeration eannor...
FROM NORMANBY. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 26 November 1861
Faosr NoaxxxarI. Red and white heifer, top off near-ear, blotch off-ribs Brown bull, no legible brand bRed cow, two notches off.ear, -cross over 4 ol-rump, blotch off-loin Red and white bullock, MHi off rump and ribs Rtoan bullock, C o8-rump, T over OO near-rump, top off near-ear Red bullock, D off-lhin, like WI!.near?-ru mp, near cheek, slit off near-ear Mouse-coloured and white beifer, piece off near-ear, no legible brand Strawberry steer, P oear-rump, RP over w off-romp White and red steer, hole in off-ear, pieee off near ear, like B off-thigh Red cow and calf, split off-ear, HI near ramp, ES off ribs and rump . White heifer,-redipots, top offnear-earand split, Fg off-ribs Spotted steer, split neai-ear, a off-ribso; 0oo near ribs 'ellow steer, piece out near-ear, hole off-ear, A? off .rmp and ribs, EH conjoined (theJ reversed) near-neck and shoulder Spotted steer, top off off-ear, like J?W over 0 near-ribs Red and white bullock, pieeroutof off-ear, gCQo rer off-ribs Yellow and wh...
IMPOUNDED AT LITTLE IPSWICH. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 26 November 1861
IMPOUNDED AT LITTLE IPSWICH. FRao FASSiWFERN. Bay mare, 3M conjoined of-shoulder, blaze down face, near hind foot white Grey mare, spur off-side Bay filly, E over 133 near-shoulder, ) near-thigh, star Light bay mare, likelO over JP of-shoulder If not claimed on or before the 3rd December will be sold : driving s?id trespass, -1 per head.