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GLADSTONE. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 26 November 1861
GLAi?sOwE. : (Fees the Correepondens of the Bokhamptson 2taestin.) F,.r some time past there has been nratherserions epidemic aging among the children here. Scarcely a child but what has been brought under its influ. 40oe. It is generally accompanied with acough, together with sickness and libghtness of the head. -t is diflcalt to account for such a hdisease prevail ing just now in this exceedingly healthy place, un. lesp it be regardled as the effect of the very wet weather we experienced during the winter. I am appy to say, though, that in no case has the epi. demic ·hitherto. proved fatal, and consequently the Srepo.t thst has'been Sling thronuh Rockhomptora, that tne children of Glla?One were dying by acores, is whoily unfeunded.- Under these circumsntances, bowever, the wont of a resident doctor has been muoch?elt. The Rev. J. Suatton speads a consider. ible portionii of his time in administering to the wants of the sick, hut he is away from home at east one' half of his time, ...
GAYNDAH. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 26 November 1861
G•AYNBAH. 4feem Seh Gaydq k Corra loftf the Mwb~eough ZC~essief.) On Thesday evening last -INnvember 19th) a meeting was held at the Gasydah Hntelfor the por pose of considering matteres of isn.portence in cnn eaction with the newly formed Farmers' Club. The BRMen. B. B. MoIreton hi'ing bhen move. into the -bair, the Secretary read the minutesofrtheprevigsn iheetings of the club, which were passed Rseam. can. The Chairnaathen briely explainul the okject iTf the meeting. Mr. F. G. eonnoly~mroposed-' That the annual fee to constitute membeaship he one ?ninEu; that a list be prepared and prdnerc lforthe e-iilment of members, and also a donation list." oosled by Mgr. B. Walker and carried. A number ~~gentlemea immediately enrolled themselves as nembhers,-inall.hbout sixteen. -Upwards of £21l woas thenabecribel in the room, after wvieh it was .ssgnedt~hat te e rovisionnsl tt?rmmttee abaould imiehth~t'dav fSrtnirht to frame rules and reuls. :&lt;iriWq~lica shoald be sad'smittedl t...
MARYBOROUGH. POLICE COURT. Before the Police Magistrate, the Mayor, E. B. Uhr, and R. B. Sheridan, Esqrs. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 26 November 1861
MARYBOROUbH. (From the Maryborouel Chrownide.) POLuCE CounT. Before the Police Magistrate, the Mayor, E. B. Uhr, and R..B. Sheridan, Esqrs. J. etty and Lazy Johnny were broecht up on mnl. charged with the murder of James Elliott, slios Jemmy. A number of witnesses were examined, amon bhom were the Messrs. Giles of Wibltree, and Mir. flortimerof Manumbor. 'lrte erileac is too lengthy fTor publication, but th, facts elicited were as fol lows: Acout the 11th or October last, Mr. W. C. Giles., superintendent of Widgee Station, being in want of blacks to assist in mustering and branding cadtle. visited Mannmbar, accompanied by the deceased James Elliott, and another black named Summy. dth Mr. Giles and the blackcs were armed, as they intended to camp out, which would not have heen safe had the party been unarmed. Having obtained permission fram Mr. Mortimer to take any \Widcee blacks he might find on Manumber station, Mr. Gile. proceeded to a sheep station some fiEve miles off, where he ...
MR. J. C. HEENAN. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 26 November 1861
M3 . J. C. EENN. . Heenan, or some one on his behalf has adressed thb following letter to the New'York Sp~irilr: "' Washington, August 15, 1861. ' "In consequence at certainremnarks that have recently appeared in English journals in which tay name is again brought forward in connectiou with the, championship, I wish, through you, to say a word. It is said that Mace, now that he isnchampion, desires above all things to meet me; and it is also said that he is willing to make a match for the championship,'mnd for as mush more as £2000 a-side. Now if there is any sincerity in this offer,' it afforde me an opportunity to any what I will do. Not withstanding Itho unfair niannei I was dealt~ by whene was in England (from' itiefi I ehtirely "i?uit T Sayers), I am willing o tt?y liermiaximrbof & c ipiay7se more, and will fight the bestminan thiat E.skad E ?a. produoce for the sum of £2000 a iaife;.le ib f .siai " thought to be her best man, I will, rs 4 . I allude to him in this way ...
FRANCE. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 26 November 1861
FRANCE. SActire preparations are being miade in the porte of France to fit out ships of war for sea. Among them are the Invincible and the iron-eased frigates Normandie, Couronne, Magenta, and Solferino. Intelligence' " which," says the Armnny and Navy GOzette, "may he re~arded as authentic, has been received in London to the eff-ct that the Emperor of the French has decided upon adding ten more iron-cased eteamshipB to his navy." The Pays, of September 8, announces that an increasen in the artillery and the marine will shortly take place.
FRANCE AND ROME. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 26 November 1861
FRANCE AND ROME. - We have had another French pamlphlet, announcdig the approaching withdrawal of the French troops from Rome, and tile final separation of the temporal from the spiritual sovereig?nty: followed, as usual, by a disavowal of its authenticity after it had .produced the desired amount of disturbance. Tlhe emperor deepens the mystery of his Italian policy from 4ay to day, and in tihe midst of confticting canards Italy stands still Energetic efforts.are making to clear out. the brigands from the Neapolitan territory buht touching Rome, Victor Em manuel preaches " patience" to the people, and the pro posal which Baron Ricasoli was said tfo have forwarded to the Pope, we now learn has been withheld, some say at the instance of the. French Governmenot on the ground that the terms were too favourable to the Church. Howerer that may be, the straw is not moving in Italy at present.
DISASTROUS ACCIDENT TO THE GREAT EASTERN IN A TERRIFIC GALE. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 26 November 1861
DISASTROUS ACCIDENT TO THE GREAT EASTERN IN A TERRIFIC GALE. The announcement of tlhe disaster to the Great Eastern on her way out from Liverpool, was thle topic of conver sation hod exrcitemont during yesterday, not only in the City, but throughout the metropolis and the provinces. The telegram received by tlse Great Ship Colmpany, and posted at their ofices in Cannon-street, received from Captain James Walker, the commander of the vessel, was as follows :-" Queenstown, September 17. Haoing lost both paddles sand rudder-hesd in a terr:fic gale, I Iave bhen compelled to put back until put to rights--J. Walker. To thle Directors of the Great Ship Company." From other information received by the authorities, it I appears that the vessel left Liverpool on the 10th instant with 400 hundred passengers and a large general cargo, a eomplement boath of passengers and freight considerably largerindeed than she had been favoured with on aso previous voyage, arising from thle fact of the feeli...
BRITISH. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 26 November 1861
BRITISH. At the close of the. ession the Admiralty got a snug vote of £2,500,000 for the ines iron frigaten, which, in round numbers, is just the price of fire of these costly vessels, necording to the new scale of dimensions on which they are in future to be built. Having got tile money, the authorities issued their plans, and called upon thie leadin frms for tenders. These tenders were duly sent in tobmerset Hones on August f81st, and on September 4th itwas notified to Mr. Mare, of Millwall, Mr. Laird of Birkenhead, and to the Thames Ironworks, wher. the Warrior was. built, that their offers were ec* ospted, andsthatthey were tocommenoe the oonustraction o ,th vewor o ghwids.. · ..: .... . ..
SYDNEY. FRIDAY, 1 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 26 November 1861
SYDNEY. iB " E .VCTrIe T ELEG?A rP . [ (From 1JECouier) ) FastnY, 1 p.m. Sir John Young has received hbytliis mall positive ad vices to the effect that the separation of the.Clarence and Richmond River districts from New South Wales will not take place. The cattle inspectors recently appointed report that no less than 40,000 cattle on the northern frontier of the colony are afocted with pleuro-pneumonia, and ask whether they are to proceed with the slaughter of the infected. The government will this eering seek to ob tain from the Assembly special powers to enable them to act under the circumstances. Thsenumber statedis be lieved toebo an exaggeration.
(From the Courier.) SUPREME COURT.—NOVEMBER 23. SITTINGS IN TERM. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 26 November 1861
(From the Courier.) SUPREME COUBT.--NovEMBR SS. SITTINGS IN TERM. Sefore His Honor the Judge. On the motion of.the Attorney-General, Chas. Lilley, Esq., was admitted to the Queenaland Bar under theAot 25 Victoria, Ko. 13. sABTXEY V. ROW. The Attorney-General moved for a rule nisi for a new trial in this ease, on the ground that the verdict was against the evidence and the weight of the nvidence; that thu Judge had at the trial admitted improper evidence in allowing a witness to give evidence of goods anpplied by defendantuto one Barnes after the proof of a bill of sale executediby Barnes in favor of Thorn, which was shows to'be a continuing security; that one ofthe jury was interested in the result of the trial. Rule granted upon all the points. With regard to the latter point, his Honor remarked that he -could not recall any case in which such an objection had been before entertained. No doubt, however, it was just in principle, and by granting the rule the point might be fully arg...
CANADA. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 26 November 1861
CANADA. Seeing the precarious condition of armerica, as wdlLas for other reasons, the English Government have felt it desirable to strengthen the garrisons of Canada, and before the close of the poeseut month, three regiments of infantry will hayv been despatched from England for that purpose. The prudence of this step will be imiversally admitted; hbut it is tobe regretted that, a change laving been resolved upon inthe hiead 'of'the Government, some experienced statesman had not been selectel for aposition which may at any moment become involved in the most serious dif?lelties. Sir Edmund Head is 'to be displsced -by Lord Monck, an Irish nobleman, who escapes criticism simply because he is unknown. Lorild Monck ba never held ofie of any kind before. He has hIad no experience of diplomatic' life, or of any branch of the apublic service. That he should be chosen for such a post as that of Governor of Canada, at such a moment, and summoned to open his noviciate under circumstances whi...
ARRIVAL OF THE ENGLISH MAIL. GENERAL SUMMARY. AMERICA. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 26 November 1861
ARRJVAL OF THE ENGLISHI MAIL. GENERAL SUMMARY. (From the loatme News, Ceptember 26.) AMERICA. The American war is slowly, but surely, enlarging its horizon, and developing a variety of features which wete never contemplated at the beginning of hostilities. The measures passed into law by tihe Norlthern Congress, aend the executive proclamations issued by President Lincoln on his own responsibility, embrace a circle of pro hibitions, penalties, and menaces such as no European Sovereign wouldaventure upon under any pressure of circumstanees For example, the Southern ports are "shut up".by President Lincoln, after a fashioti which, in older communities would be conasidered hig~hly pre posterous; all persons going to or coming from a ' suspected" State, are required to be provided with passports, and all persons who are supposed to be in favour of secession are seized and put into prison. Arrests on suspicion, even of ladies, are constantly taking place. Spies are employed on board the ...
POLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 26 November 1861
POLAND. In Poland, affairs are going on no better than in Hungary. The people everywhere manifest the most resolute opposition to the German element, and have proceedaed to acts of open violence against German residents. The Rusoian Government, that ca bestow such temperate advice upon America, can here find no escape from popular discotsnt butinguns and bayonets. At Warsaw the governor threatens the people with a state of siege; but the national spirit is indomitable, and in the ftace of all these perils a meeting of delesates has been organised from all the constituted bodies of the three Polands to celebrate the union of Poland and Lithuania, which took place four hundred years ago.
AUSTRIA AND HUNGARY. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 26 November 1861
AUSTRIA AND KUN?G?IY. The Austrian government is resolved to carry nutits despotic policy towards Hungary with a high hand. It has suspended tile committee of the Comitat of Pesth for having protested against the dissolution of the Diet, and it lhas prosecuted three of its members for treason. Other Comitats that passed simdlar resolutions have been summarily dissolved, and the expression of opinion on the subject is interdicted. Yet these proceedings are enforced by a Government that claims to be regarded as constitutional in act and spirit, and that resents with indignation any suggestion to the contrary. The position taken up by Hungary is rapidly securing the sympathy of other dependent provinces. Croatia is now the friend of Hungary, and in bothl Houses of the Reiehsrath, her cause has been eloquently espoused. The Parliament which the Emperor has Introduced by way of establishlino a free representation of the multi farious nationalities clustered under the Austrian sceptre, do...
BRISBANE. Thursday afternoon, Nov. 28. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 29 November 1861
BRISBANE. Pex O UE OWn cnttnflrorvog It# Ttiuredoyafterenoon, bv. P. in the Sup reme d ?iirtn WV3 eidny, His Honor th. . Jutge asid tlatrllwoirle for-r ew trsialivd it?tb? :i Dortlrepp. R* *&ae~b~nldta sndetianlote ~lh 11th-' - 4fi~ that impraps?r?irr t8a Jad bep admi tted onthe alatri A written judgrment, ho'ver, will be given, ot accoue t of theimportancdf th mepoiatsboa poght-up. On the same day MLr. Daniel Francis Colline, attor ney and solicitor of. t'e Irllsh~atijrswas admitted as attorney, solicitor, and proctor of athe upreme Court of Queensland. A misunderstanding haslately talen nlace hetweena the slet Company of Volunteers heo, and the Adjutant and Drill-Sergeant of the brigade, withlrgard,to'lol4?the proper party to furnish targets for.. pa ,i' 2heh question has been settled by 'ibe; E~.? . ihmerips; ordered a supply to be made at the pilPlti e?pei "' SBome fears are entertained of thi snots oFisheped meint of growing cotton at Oabulture. ~fios tiasrSiiP saores o...
[BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.] SYDNEY. Tuesday, 7 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 29 November 1861
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STITCH, STITCH, STITCH. To the Editor of the Queensland Times. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 29 November 1861
-.. I~i sTITCffiSTITCH iTo the Editor r Me Quednsland Times. sm,~-'Will you permit me to draw~attention to arit · which, it seems to me, admits of very sioi1ae retiBf? tion. I refer to the late hours ts which, me sall'n o Saturday night, the stores in Ipswich remb ase I requires small logic to show that if people withto bhy, and become aware that after a fixed hour, be trly r late, all doors are abut and all lights ,atpse a a?l be efifeted none the less. .. W.o,? sot? hte dwellers in a cold and bracing 'am bjLin Tp~ephre prolonged exertion leaven msodaid oyJp sin, g, and it were a positite cruelty a ?-he~.i)oeii oyer to try to squeeze out of their ii -blood--leaving them long, gaunt, t-l?k ingtng,--all legs and armsnn- g g libppero er laddylnoglega. Susi;tYhoe light is sweet," as Solomon says, -" a lpnen-antbthin it is for the eyes to behold Ohe'aun," but at present thenassistenao in our stores are all but de barred that "?'sweet and pleasant thing." Nor should I wonder if; in proce...
THE QUEEN AT BALMORAL. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 29 November 1861
Tss QiUlE A:'P BALMOBIt.- " ft is R singuiar and 'cheering"ig'ht," seys a writer in the Ltrdon ieiese, "to see Queen Victoria treading the heather, and ~indawbri amongthe mounctains and streams, where the p ropl once rose en ?aosse to rediset that dvyianty of ijbleh'f b6 is' sO' llustrious an son'rwnr.t Wl~tlihiihlg?dthi'ceiLf arid lowlaed'laird .h4i till as popular aas e is revered; Med were he 'tiibne endangered the shattered remains of once powerful clas' w6iid'mselt into oe ina order ?t, cnusl' those who would touch her crown with a rude, a hostlle, or Impiousian.d. Those white cottages that 'seni the i?oiuays across the Dee from their bright weg are the cratiod i of the Queen. What is more, [ permnally visits her tenants, takes a lively g ite .) in their comforit aed wellibeing, and thus'finds time: to be a model"laird's wife. as well se a mu tish s e .eeign On Sundey eshe appears, and l.y day, in the)little parish church in it.of erigblsed leentry and subjects, a i the simple ...