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DIARY. MEMORANDA FOR THE WEEK. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 26 November 1861

* c DIARY. S oenOR DA tOt TtLE aWEEK. ossmam I.Rises. Su Sets. toW-. At tn. 2lI~aeatrsanl.... . *.8 6 851 6251 650 281 WTasahsnar ..... I · 6 35 | 6 23 I 6 0s 29 1 FRIDAtt ..... s 0 6 6 1 7 18 I 7 45 SO SATrRaY ...... ] 0 I 6 87 5 81 8 I I Sona ...... ... 5 1 I 6 8 I 9 7 9t34 SlioannAi ......... I 1 t6 IS t 10 0 10 26 The ditibeestee inr time betneen bli~s mater at tire Bun aond Brisa?aoe is 1 hoer .5 minutes, and ipo?iebh 5 liours 25 mlnutes, bich tiffece?d ee nsist beai?ded "ti the itme of igbh water on the :Jar. Theooterly rinds on the coast of the Bay, and Ohe freoroes i theriver, oten eaasea cariation from our table, but these are merely aceldental, and governed bymo known law. TUESDAY, NOVEMBn R 26, 1861. TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 26, 1861.

Publication Title: Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser
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MAILS CLOSE. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 26 November 1861

MA TILS CL32SE. Fodi BuksaNL-~ p.m. d&riiy. Fan DD.LYToi ND ToDwoo~sBL-Tumdfiy, st hAS6 n.m.; sand Friday, at 8 p.m. Fao WkWIC~K.-MO.day8,at 1~ Zp~m. ; and Fridayn, at4Lnl.m

Publication Title: Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser
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NEW SOUTH WALES. Friday, 15th November. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 26 November 1861

NEW SOUTH WALES. (From the Sjdaey Maosing Herald.) Friday, 151h Novehmber. The premiums for designs for new Houses of Parliament and Governmtnt offices have been awanled. The first premnium (£600) was given to the design marked '" I bide," which tarns out to be the production of Mr. William Henry Lynn, of (14, Upper Sackville-street, Dullin. The seeond Ipremium (£30t) was awarded to the design markdil 'l Hirn a sempre," which proves *,be that of Messrs. Stent and Laver, of 127, Great Portland-street, Prtland-place, London. and if Ottawa, CUanadi: \West. The cost of carrying out the design under the'first motto has been estimited at £642.205. Under the second motto there were two designs- the one Grecian, the other Gothlic. The cost if car rying out the first would be £656.641, and of tihe seemnd £505.113. It is pronbable that many years viii rlapse before any works so costly can he en 'ered upt; hut when this is done a great deal of money will be reahlse?l by the sale of the present...

Publication Title: Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser
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[O. B. EBSWORTH.] [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 26 November 1861

[o. n1 eSswowwu] - Woot-Purclmasers were eoeedinglycationss in their biddlings at adetion to.day, but the wools were placed at aboot the quotations of last week. It essisot ?e denied that the bulk of the wools aree w mo or less toeuched with seed, and buyers operate'accoedi y. Two well-knows clips in the grease realized l j1$ p&r lb, but both had seeds; and another emaill fd14. After ·te sale had losed, fie.telegr phic news became known, ans by that report no improvement can be looked for, but rather adecline in prices. Particular~ Ofsaluat foot. Sheepskins are-ereely so'firmnow'that greasy wool is plentifis'lor the establishments to work upon. 'allow.--Holders have met the market sinee this day week, and all on hand has been disposed of at prices r:angingfiom 33sto 34s for mixed melting. Station, of good body, somewhatdbighler. A few casks of mutton would sell readily for candle making. Hides.--Ossly one parcel-of really prime ss come to hand, whlch has been taken for home ...

Publication Title: Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser
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MEETING OF THE VICTORIAN EXPLORATION COMMITTEE. BRAHE'S STATEMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 26 November 1861

MEETING OP TE VI SIABtA T N kif;rLO. • -IRATION COMO lT.TEE. (Froas the Age, 4sf Thursday.) BaAne's STATaMaTT. s A meeting of the exploration Committee of the Ronsal Society was held yesterday afternoon, at the Society's Hall. Professor M'Ciy occupied the chair. Present-Mr. Ligar, Dr. Gillbee, Dr. Mueller,. and Ci'ptain Cidell. The chairnman read the .following letter, which had libeen handed in .by Mr. Brahe:-. 57, Little Collins-street West, Melbourne, 12th Novemhlr, 1801. The Hon. Secretary of lhe Exploration Committee. SmR.--Virious cha&es having been advanced in thlie public jonunals anginst my ponduct while in the service of the Exploring Expedition, I am most anxious to vindicate my character without any further delay. It was my intention to leave the public to judge from the results of the proposed inrestigation, but as the Press does not seem in clined to wait until I am fairly tried, I am induced to take this step. It is material for my purpose that I should have t...

Publication Title: Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
PRODUCE CIRCULARS. [MORT AND CO.] [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 26 November 1861

.PRODUCE CIRCULARS. [soiT anD co.] Wool.-At our sale to-day we offered 80 bales, con sisting of esmal paxcels of haudwashed, sacsted, anud mixed wools. 52 bales were disposed of at prices which do ndt indicate any disposition on the part of buyers to advance on their late valuations. Several larga parceelsof the new clip are to hend, but were not catalogued, being held over pending the arrival of thei English mail. Shepakins.-Thene were in moderate supply, end sold readily at full rates, ranging from 6d to 8d per lb. Tallow.-Thedemand is somewhat better, but we can- I not report any change in price. Buyers of shipping par eIs are ntis ncelinedtto give morethan £34 per ton; 45 'casks sold to-day atS3s to 35s 9d; one lot of mutton tallow, S casks, at 38s 6d per cwt. HideSEold freely at the rates lately ruling. One raroel, 170 hides of superior quality, fetched 16s i d each; one tot, 5ts 9d each; .bthers, from 9s to 14. 9d each. FemEaO B To LoanoN Wool, *d. par lb. Hides, 2as. per ton....

Publication Title: Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser
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BURKE'S NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 26 November 1861

BURKE'S NOTES. Thefollowinu extracts are from the memorandum bhook of Mr. nBurke. Mr. Archer, to whom the task of transcribing it was entrusted, writes tho following preface:-" I went carefully through ?lurke'a note book last night. It is an ordinary mnemorafidum hoImok, with a clhp, and a side pocket far a pencil. It is much dilapidated, and several of the leaves are torn out; a'me, so torn, have heen written on. I have numbered these consecutively throughout. The follh.wing:is a copy, letter for letter, and word for word, of all that remains of Burke's peucilings. I have queried all doubtful points." No. 69. line of cour i ing on hage,1--4--19-20 -11. 3. Think well before giving lan answer, and never speak except from strong convictions. 16th December. Left depot 65, followed by the creek. 17th. The ams. 66. 38th. The same. 417. 19th. We madle a (7) shall creek, supposed to be Otto Era 4?), or in the immediate neighbourhood of it. Good water. Camp 69. 20th. Made a creek where we f...

Publication Title: Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser
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Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
ARRIVAL AND CLOSING OF THE MAILS. MAILS ARRIVE. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 26 November 1861

ARRIVAL AND CLOSING OF THE MAILS. MAIL8 ARRIVE. FEoK' BRIsBAnE.-Daily at 7 p.m. FaoM DBAnONr, AD TOOWOOMBA.--Sunday, 8 p.m. and Thursday, 8 p.m. FRox WawroL.-.Sundays ena Thursdays, at 5 p.m.

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LACHLAN AND PEAK RANGE GOLD-FIELDS. (To the Editor of the S. M. Herald.) [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 26 November 1861

LACHLAI. AN1 PEAK.RANGE GOLD S FIELDS. ('T tR he sEites ofte sit. t. Herald.) Sian-The success meit with on tIcs Lichlan gold. fielI will natiurally excite attention to a mrlst pro. mising distrct. For meny years I have anticipated this success; foa. as yen will find by.reference to the' instriuctlobs I receivel in 1851, in which were emli'diea the naneS.of districts I had indlirnled to the Governmeit libefre'hand, I p-inted ott ehe re "ion of the "Meridian Ranges." he.tween 32 annd 34' S.latitude, and 146- aend 149" E. longitude as deserving of search for gold. - As the time ofmy own exploration weas not selS. cient to enable me to investigate ihe Westeen territory, of course I did not visit the region in question on that occansion, I may now, however, state that by "~leridian Ranges," I meant thnse ranges of granite. syenite, qu!ertziferous alate, and other favourable rocks, in the midst if a de.ep and wide-spread regisn of allu vial dleposits, whiich ffect a direction aslug the m...

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MELBOURNE STOCK MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 26 November 1861

fELBOlNE zi RK MAxET. Ieessrs. W. . e. ad A.B. Sing report; Thie fat eattle market has jeen only moderately supplied with fattstook, but, owing to the trade being well stocked from previous week's markets, the demand was very-light, consequently only a slight advance in rates can bo reported. Monday -Kennedy's csatlesold, 181 bullocks, good quality, average of £5 ls 3d; 78 cows, ditto di~to, £3 18s.. Peter's cattle sold, good and prime bulloeke, averaged £54is Od ; cows, ditto ditto, £4 is, Tucsday-.Bowler's cattle sold, 40 cows, eeoond guality, at £3 17s 6d to,£. .2s id, ave rage £2 8 4d. Bear and Morgan's cattle sold, 45 -bul lockl, fair aend good, at £4 s 6l to £5 35s, average £4 18s. Maiden's cattle sold, 57 ballocks, at £4 to £L, ave raget£ 19s 2d; 45 cows, at £3 to £4 2s 6d. average £3 Os 4d. Wednesday-Staughtonand Hewitt'seattle, from the Darling, sold, 102 bullocks, very prime, at £4 I7s 6d to £6 10s, average £5s 8d; '2 baullocks, ditto ditto, at £4 Sato £5 7s arage £4 12s 4...

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ABSTRACT OF SALES BY AUCTION. THIS DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 26 November 1861

SABSTRACT OF SALESBE? AUCTION. Tirls DAY. By Mr.H. IM. CoavaKna, at his cale rooms, at 11 o'olock, books, stationery, &e., and general merchandizo. WEDNESDAY, Novrasaz 27. By Macse-zeE & BOWLAND, at their New A tudion Mart, at 12 o'elock, groceries, boots and shoes, dno. pery, and a quantity ofother goods. TnURSDAy, NovMBiesa 28. By Mr. H. M. Cooensaca, at the Corporation Bale Yards, at 1 o'clock, 25 to S0 head of horses.

Publication Title: Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser
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ARRIVAL OF THE PERSIA. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 26 November 1861

e ARRIVAL-OF THE PERSIA. The harbour of Gladstone has been honoured withsone of those large class of merchantmen, a ship called the Persia, iturthen 1648, tonnage over 3000 tons, T. H. Somith, Esq., commander, being the largest ship that has ever cast anchor in the Queensalnd waters. The ship being the uioneer from England direct, will make known to Europe that our new colony of Queensland has a harbour where rst-class ships of the largest tonnage can come in with safety. She dropped anchor in eight fathoms of water, about midway up the hIarbour, piloted in by Mr. GeorgeSeeds, oneof the Customs' boatmen. On the following day the new arrivals, in number 487, were inspected by the Board sent up for that purpose. Thie Clarence sailed for Rockhampton on the sameany that the Persia arrived, and was enabled to convey immediate intimation of the fact. Under the direction of Mr. Jardin, thie Eagle was deopatched for Gladltoae, reaching that place on tht Tuesday morning, just two hours befor...

Publication Title: Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser
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Commercial. IPSWICH. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 26 November 1861

4ComincErcial. '¾PsWIOH. Woot.-Large qusantities k.sool still continue to aerrre, sand it I:s beginnlne to an mulat at the various shtores in town. Messro Vr. Gray and Co. lhave three of their stores full, the prinoipal part of which is intended for shipment by the Woolloomooloo. The following wool has been receirved by Masers. W. Gray and Co., for shlpmaent per Woolloomooloo:--3O0 %ales wool, TB; 20 ditto.d.tte, MB&D: 40 ditto ditto, WYover Wt 20 ditto ditto, WIf; 10 ditto ditto, GT over Warra Warra; 30 ditto ditto, OHO. Tihe following produce has been received and for warded - From bthe stores ,of Messrs. Walter Gray and Co.--3 bales wool, H &FI; 28 ditto ditto, Gilles pie. From tlhe stores of Messrs . G. . Wilson and Co. --31 bales wool, PRL!over M & Co. in diamond:' 36 ditto ditto, OHO; 60 ditto ditto, Talgai; 22 ditto ditto; AX; 19 ditto ditto, WN. Fibm the stores of Messrs. R. Forrest-36 bales wool, TT over T. From the stores of Messra. H. V. Hsoeoll an...

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TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 26 November 1861

TO CORRESPONDENTS. We are compelled to hold over " Una's' letter, also a commulication on the subject of early closing. Thosae Subscribers to the Queenolond Times who do not reoeive their papers vegulnrly, would conr'?a r favour on the Proprietors by immediately ilforIn iOgnthnemofte te me..,

Publication Title: Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser
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THE MASSACRE BY THE BLACKS: THEIR CAMP DISCOVERED AND THIRTY SHOT. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 26 November 1861

THE MASSACRE BY THE BLACKS: T-EIR CAMP DISCOVERED AND THIRTY SHOT. A correspondent of -the S. :M. iBeralI, after de scribing the intermnentof the remains of Mr. Wills ;nd his servantls, says: This mselanchly duty over. the recovery of the stnck next claimed attention, there beinc ten thou sand ewes and aInmis'wandering in the bush, yet Iy the afternoon of the 22nd they were nearly all re. 'overed; and the numlbr of neighbours being in creased by arrivals from a distance, the party was plit into two-the one remained to assist Mr. I'homs Wills with his stock, while the other, .levcn in number, taking np the trail of the ilstrks. sollowed them out. After tedhous andslifficault work, they succeeded in comning in sig?t:d f the lamp fires on the second evening. Layhi?j in am. 'ash during the night, the camp wna tiurpised at Isylight. The firing was brief but effictlive-sn?hont :hirty demons lit the dust, and the camp was -esrchel. To particulnrise the articles found woull te telotns, Ibut...

Publication Title: Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser
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ADDITIONAL CONTRIBUTIONS TO BE SENT TO THE INTERNATIONAL EXHIBITION. Specimens of Woods, indigenous to the neighbourhood of Rockhampton, Queensland: with short descriptions of their habit, nature, and quality, so far as they could be ascertained, by Mons. Thozet. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 26 November 1861

ADDITIONAL CONTR.IBUTIONX S TO BRE SENT TO THE INTIERNIATIONAL EXHIBITION. Specimens of Ioorts, indigenous ta the neiglbor hood of Rockhermplon. Qoeenaland : toith short dqcriptions ;f thfeir habit, nature, and quality. so far as they could be aserbiised, by lions. P7ocet. This district, hatnrally ovnoured as it is by o very rich vg?tation, could hlave sent a very large cidlection of timbers to tihe Exhibition; int. limited by time, we hovepreferred to make a selection of those most interesting from their utility and beasty. or from the peculiarity or elegaunce of the trees yielding them. It may he rworthy of remnrk that the well-known Tranbark. Flooded Guin, Bloldwnnood. Bnx, Red Gum, Mahocany, Ten-tree, Moreton Bay Pitn.. &c., abound in the:listrict, and are used lor building, fencinG, and other purposes. Then follow a description of 26 varieties of wood. In addition to which Moeas. Thoz-t has already -forwarded the undermentioned specimons, of which we gave fn)l particaln...

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ROCKHAMPTON. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 26 November 1861

ROCIKRAMPTON. (From the Rocrkhaipato Ballelin) WALERE'a Exz'not?o.--Mr. I)illon has jest re turned from the Victoria River, and he informs us that he saw Walker and Ihis party on tite 7th Octi her, when they were making favourable proress. Walker spent a few days at a camp there, to prt his sadllery in first-rate order. His horses lioked well, and he and his party were in goee spirits. He expected to make the Alice ]liver in two days, and to, see Captanin Norman's signals by the ltith N??. vember. In that case he will have taken seventy seven days to the Golf of iarplentarin from Rock hampton, instead of sixty, as he calculate(d in before starting. He left R?itekhlimpto n on the25th August. GoLto.-A very fine specimen of gold was shown uts by Mlr. Jarlitne on TIIesday last, which lhai been frund by two men near Thlresa Creek, Peak Dwns. They are confitleat that there is a quantitty of goll in that neilllmnrhold, aind Ihey have started with all the necessary : equpments for mining pI...

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HER MAJESTY'S DEPARTURE. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 26 November 1861

HfL iwTSITS DEPAU7IE. The L;oid Lieutenant sand a.numnerous suite ofthe vice regal hopsehold were in aiienadan~c to receie the royal party, and her Majesty haing seated heisl hsr eqi page drove at a slow pace, preneded~iid folllipdby de usual guards of hoeour, along the prnnipai'taetr of the city, to the terminus of the Kingstown Railway. Thb reception of the Queen throughout tlhi long route wan most hearty and enthusiastic; in fact, it amohat?d to a pcriect ovation, in which all classes' of the comimuanity joined. The sceone in Saekville, Capel, Mary, Henry, and Westmoreland streete was beyond daecription. As to demonstrative enthusiasm, the streets were not only blocked by masses of people, but every window, house, and cab-top was occupied. Oheersgreeted her Majesty, who was constant in acknowledging the aeclamations of thie people. The day was observed as a general.holiday. The shops were closed, hlalf-holidays were granted, and business generally was suspended. Her Majesty.arriv...

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THE QUEEN'S VISIT TO IRELAND. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 26 November 1861

THE QUEE'S VISIT TO IRELAND. Her Majesty's visit to Ireland was broughtto a close amidst demonstrations of the most undoubted loyalty on the part of her warm-hearted and generous subjects of the slstet isle. From all classes of herp?eople the reception she met with was such as israrely accorded to a sovereign-a reception sincere, devoted, affeotionste, and lovaL.. t g The 'reat renew at the Curragh which came off on the 24th of August was one of thile most remarkable, if not attractive, spectacles presented to the general mass of the people during her M~a?jesty's recent sojourn in tihe Green Isle. lUnfortuiately, the weather was anything but propitnous, and at one pert of the proceedings bid fair to bring them to an abrupt conclusion. Thie troops received her Mtjesty in line, alsing whidh she drove, evincing marked interest in all, bat on aipproaching the Gresnadier Guards, to which the Prince of Wales is now attached as a subaltern, the attention of the Queen was especially directe...

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DISASTROUS FIRES IN LONDON. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 26 November 1861

DISASTROUS FIRES IN LONDON. The rear 1861 will long be remembered in the annals of Metropolitan conflaration obr the number and gravity of its fires. Tlhe conflagration which occurred in June last near London-bridge can only be compared for grandeur and duration with the Great Fire of 1656; and it still stands prominent for value of materials destroyed; but the number of disastrous fires which lave followed it in quick succession is something literally appalling. A most destructive fire broke out on the evening of August 30, on tile premises of Messrs. Harrison and Wilson, sugara refiners, situate ir. East Smitllhfield, and writhin a few yards of the St. Catherine'a Dock. The premises consiested of an immense block of brick buildings, covering more tlhaon a quarter of an acre of ground, about eighty feet in height and fifty in width containino nine stories. The workmen, fifty in number, were on the point of leaving off work when the alarm was given that fire had broken out in the ba...

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