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EXPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 29 November 1861
Ei-:XQP4TS; ,?,h-?nB?O24t?t i ??.mn, *5g , r. t of • e . eoel ore yBdon Exhibition a stid Co.I?dea?i "? e, 2 caeks D~uglas 6 bundl" ?nes, A. ft. H ekings ; 00 e lIfssk illbes, O ily okadC.;2 ak luG at wyes 3 "aies 4 ar -ajev 4zplarf~ ·Stne nol~~~; oa?.5 Ad i d eas aan; e sag ses fineit, 5 n..esar1nhasn bolos te tbag, sugr ; Brgary; " 'adeusr,3-qflnsaes alse'xesP ~caelato, rqa -. Iaskirum;,vu2sc-es:e ar WtJ.? i oit , . .ari cae e2 Anna, uilese, r;.RZp . att i bagi'y potates, oItunckt rl e arcet Buxton; le case;s box soap, J.Lnd G. Wairis. cF'oitackhaseptnn)-5 cases 'llmeni's t osh .S r We 1a trunk, Brisbane; 15u bagse Sour, 1 ti eseisca e, 1 cassk earrants, Scheats tea, i mc pe, magils. triusm, I cask, 1 package tobacco,S packages bedsteae, 1 bale wpgolpacko, 20 bagp sugar,?1boxoa? p, GI. Wileons 1 tase, Crib? and Foo:e; 1 box, 2 paslice, lakerleys 1 box seap, R. Douglas B 6 bundles pinet, a . J. Hockinge ; 3000 feet timber, Birley, Cokc, and Co.; 25 sacks flour, G. Raff and Co. bund...
DONCASTER RACES. THE ST. LEGER. Wednesday, September 10. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 29 November 1861
DONCASTE REAES. THE SW. LEasR. Wednesday, September 10. The morning of the St. Lager was, as St. Leger mornings have been time out mind, the signal for every street and every avenue to the town: to be crowded. Before twelve.o'clock (says the.~flisnes) a s~ass of moving beads wap seen wenasing its way towards the racecourse, which presented the usual features of a Yorkshire gathering where horse i the object of attention, and horse appears 'to reign supreme. In the horse fair the siiales of blood stock were mnetfttractive, the yearlings from the stud of the Earle of Derby and Scarborough, and Mr. Pedley realising very high prices. . The only noticeable feature in the betting market was the increased favour shown to Kildonan, about whom seven to one was freely taken, whirbile outsiders. appeared on the dicline. The favourite eont~iued firm as on th6 previous evening, any offer above fivre to foar beingeagerly accepted. The mass of visitors who go annually to Doncaster forione day only...
MYSTERIOUS MURDER NEAR GLASGOW. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 29 November 1861
MYSTERIOUS MURDER NEAR GLASGOW. On Thursday evening last Mr. William Simpson, coal-master, Larkhall, Lanarkshire, a young man of high respectability, and possessed of the most pro mising albilities,.is supposed to have been murdered near the village of Mutherwell. Mr.. Simpson, it appears, had proceeded to Airdrie on Thursday, for the purpose of drawing some money from the bank, in orders.pay his men .at the .clliery. (which .he doesonoe a month), pay day being Saturday. Whin he left Airdrie he had in his possessios £188 in notes of the following banks:.-One £100 note of the Na tional Bank, six £1 notes of ditto, one £20 note of the Clydesdale Bank. two £5 notes of ditto, two' £1 notes of ditto, besides some silver money and a gold watch. When Mr. Simpsonn walked as far as Mo therwell, he went to Mr. Clark'e Motherwell Inn, where be partook of a simple refreshment. 'ain hav~inghy this time begun to fall, he ordered a con veyaqchto take him ho~is; but as the weather soon became fair,...
FIRE ENGINE. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 29 November 1861
Fran lgercea. A letter was read from Mr. Henry ilner, enclosing a copy of a letter from the Sydney Fire Inosurance Com pany, with a view to the Corporation again discussing the propriety of obtainiog a fre-engine for the town of Ipo wihob. The letter was as follows: "Sydney Insurance Company, "14th November, 18J. S." Smr,--As our insuranuee are now mounting upo a considlerable sum in Ipswich, the Board desire me to ea quire if taere is any evidence of an intention on the part of the inhabitant ton get up and support a Volunteer Fire Brigade, You hare adverted to the matter in one or two of your letters, but have not yet stated to what ex tent dthe inhabitants of Ipswich are inclined to assist in the matter. I see the Town Clerk promiseathat land and a suitable building shall be supplied by the corporation. Now if-there were a liberal eubseriptlion entered into by theinhabitaritsand a brigade formed, I am sure those ero-ouices in Sydney'that hare risks in Ipswich would •ssist liberal...
Commercial. IPSWICH. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 29 November 1861
..8 . i nnWICH.: . r. "Iesre. Macboenie and Bowland WPpot-the a le, on . Wednesday last, of eongau tgas-at 28.. to 25s. per box; c oses of German toys, at 16s,.0 ,40s. to 16ds and general morohandle at low Al . .? reor. t *LA0onR MiET.-Macen-io and alsnd report a demand fortbullock-dr rar, shepherds, and domestic servant s; i?a ~ an f married couples waiting en e OnnRE S.-8ane kenzie and Bowlsnd report the nomiial price of land orders at 15 to £16; land , eretpiestes, so2., and no buyers. o hA~"he following wool has been; reeioed by Messre. Walter Gray and Co., for slhipment per Woolloomoolooc 80 bales, MLS.; 89 ditto, TB4 14 ditto, Noith.; 10 *ditto, MD over D. The following produce hae been reeeved and for. warded:--From the stores of Messrs. Walter Gray and Co.:-I bales wool, Turner.; 80 ditto ditto, Mt&Ly. From thle stores of Mesaars. G. H. Wilson end Co. "80 bales. wool, MLSt 24 ditto ditto, Dt;, 19 ditto ditto, WN; 10 ditto ditto, MD over D; 6 balem sheep skins, TBS. F...
IPSWICH MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 29 November 1861
I[.WIWC iH BIUNEIPAL COUNCIL. The usual w mekly ttingws hell on Weln, sday ., Present - Thu Mayor, Aldenuenychuronr, S4 aulry, Clune, O'Malley, Watlkis, and Gurry. " The real prepared by Mr. Ham was exhibited to the Council. The minutes of the previous meeting were road end confirmed; aleo, the Oversee's weekly report. --The Finance CoiumUitr&s report was put ardjafse& aS follows: £ e. d. Wages and cartage...... .... ... 99 8 ( .T. Cannon for 900 slates .. ...... 10 0 It M. O'Laenchlin for stumping......... 8 9 0 Ipswich otherald ... 8 9 9
PRODUCE CIRCULARS. [MORT AND CO.] [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 29 November 1861
SPRODUCE OIROULARS. [nOtT AND co.] PASTonAL PRoPErnTEs.--Good sheep properties, .particularly to the north, are much enquiredfor, as alsao young'breeaing sheep; and, without doubt, should the demand continue, extensive operatione will be effected after shearing. We are unable to note the same feeling with regard'to ,Ottle properties, enquiries for which are only to a linitea extent. With sales now pending, we -nte the following as iold :--The Tamboureenstation, in Ithe Leichhardt district, Queensland, with-4000 cattle,at £2 15s. per head. Thea?ooms, Pitt.atreet, .November 20.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 29 November 1861
S SALES 0BY0AUCTION. PRETiMiiNA; T NOTICE. ABOUvT 25 HEAD OF HORSES. . M. OCOCKBURN 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, rom bles well-known and extensive stud at Nindoo inabh, Albert River. Furthler particulara in futuro advertisement. Terms, Csls. 351 8025 EWES AND LAMBS, &c. 3 . ? COOKBURN has rceived instructions Sto Sell by Private Contract. 2085 Wethcrsa, 2 to 4 years old 1800 Ewes, not over 4 years 865 do. 4 6to 6years,--uoe broken mouthed 900 do. Maidens [O Rames 2825 Lambs 8025 in all, more orlesa. The sheep are good, healthy, and sonud, and de Slvsery csn be given immediately. For further particulars, apply at the Auction .opums, Nicholas-street. 352 FOR POSITIVE SALE. *O· TMURSDAY, 19ta DECEMBER, 1301. To closesa Account. ~.ACBEs OF LAND AT WARRELL CREEK, S NEAB IPSWICH. S5ESSRS. FATTORINi & &lt;0, ?arve received & ?...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 29 November 1861
Xnea 'o. mtl?;?lMw;te.itilehlln,,!Odjlps nne,.j pr, if 1*4 d advancesig Di . whhich.~ezode nip/b hcan eue r libebm Ya .-gice, end payeg'.tbe emoi.z.?4 SAlihe~a d the irurt quartr.- :: kbli~iguo~piees Eitpeanti Avrnrvezuiea b" ina ? illirtal e?llog;, f thol. lowing scale: nllorDntsl upctee ~ali--. .?- . , a. . c" . e: ·It , . ..- _?.,l, ?.., +' ': :!.:* . ?+'aS"L M I,.L...; ...~i.... ~ L'.;..;..;,.....i b 4hiem .... K dveiteiem~ - a PftflOU . "-AhiI tb a . da..? ? ecllete. r ,rt Ar thxiolom '- .. atat up Oalpitl £750,00. Resrve'land £2-18,000. TIIS "BANK allotrsnterest on eposite at ,the :following ateis, . . , . TFor l4 'inths, r er cnt. - A: - '6 *I U 1Bills aigainst produce io 'the 'United Kingdom arnl'has~ed at? the current exchange, and'Insurances .with a London 'mpany effecteid or one direct route or , ia 'ydney; in the latter cLeOT is lfried the option of 'terniinating the -risk in Sydney ata c':.ommensurate reduction of" premiuma •. " BANt Ot NTEW SOUTH WALES. pit. ' £76woo00...
IMPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 29 November 1861
IMPORTS. Yelagrapl 1 bnndle, C. Gorry; 1 parcel, Hutchin soan £ package, Handcoek ; 1 paccage, B,?iek eyl parcals, Ibox, Heitr; I engine, 1 fune lsn, shafts, 8 cases, 1 package sbafte, 1black.boar blg,-" horse, J. , Ivory; 1 pared, B casoes fr?it, Levy; 1' hore, 1 cart, 7 horses, Nelson; 1 case, J. Pettigrew; 2 ctelorse shoes. 1 bar iron, . Aleand; eI~a , Bank of Auatralaesi; 1 bale, F. Buttner; 50 casks beer, 25 cuases beer, 0 hogs headsale, 10 cases brandy, 10 eases old toa," 20 cases champagne, 20 eases genevae, 25 ~ses claret, 10 cases whiskey, H. 8..Blands 4casee, 1 parcel,. 2 packagesc apples, 1bag arrdwroot; 1 case sago, lbaeg lapica, eases pickles, iI bes ealt,- ease confectionery, .1 bag tobacco, 5.Benjamin; 1 ~ireel, D. O~nie~ru; e ask curraents, 10 boxes raisinps, '9 eaksk. iaIasi, t msats sugar, 2 cases, oaseas, Cribl and F?ote, 100ast~ves, J. T. Green; 0 bags flour, W. (isyp:ahd Co.; 24 meate sugar, I cheat tea,?0 four, 80Saga Slour 2 boies? snap;?2 aese, I lag ~s 4bags...
Shipping Intelligence. DEPARTURES. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 29 November 1861
-4-+-- DIEPARTUaEs. W. E. eood, for the Rioh~ndfoni.er~iVballei . - Norevember 2b.--?utsi;t*ol~ieamr Captain Harley, for Sy'dney. . M1. November. 26.-.Clarencea, e,1800 tona, .CptaIn Cottier, for bhe. "erthern Porta. P?s?eners - Sir Charles Nijholtosn, 1abse.1Bnsay, B Poole, P. and W. Atkinson, E·. T·. Aldridge, Jones, W. Anslow, Persae,. Porter,-. B. Y .al, ld0 ian tlIe steertge. November 27. Tel?, , steamer, 700 tonn, aptain Henry O'Beilly, for Sydney. Pase n r- and Mrs. Diekes, Mrs. SBtephens Mrs. ·0vde, Messrs. G. R. Franarsen, M. B . Heywoood, H. B. L. Hitehio~n,R. 'Brownlie. J. L.Andrew, B. Tyffe, Captain MIehel, M. Eloevin, . T'horne, Allan Bimpson, Orant, A~cant, and 8 in the steerage. Hovember 25.-Vanquish, brigeantline, 80 tone, Captain H. Scott, for Maryborough, in bsllast. ' N?ovembenr 28t?h.-ea Gull, brigantine, 390 tons, Cop. tsin T. Laurence, for Rockhampton.
AMERICA. New York, September 13. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 29 November 1861
a META A. New York, Septemni~er 18. 'PUr " North .mierian," #ia Londonderry.) An l action was fought on the IOth instant, '-ear Summerville, Western 'Virginiai between ??,000 Confederates, under GeneralPloyd, and a. body 'of Northern troops, under General Soseneranzs. The former were strongly posted, Sand held their ground during the: contest, but : The niglhtretreated, abandoning a portion -"i1seir baggage and samunition. The loss of the Fedets i :reported to be light; that eoiFhe Confederatesa ould not be Sascertained, as they removed "their killed and &mrounded. 4 tirermoure,8, Atmenmotr ianotcredlited, 4at General Frediont-hasa been superseded, on '?te groand,~it is supposed, of havitig exceeded a.ileauiority-in issuing the preoclamation te-: ee-tia~ ghelr? vre owne' by na-..ree.ionie in. .· i~ '&~iar mihwintokp ba Ketotcky slaturelhase decidee 8 upon gabe rehtgji out of ahestate, but r t:?ltuusedq) oopto l ar s v e with rega., :o th ede dpurale ?e The .Confedera...
DEATH BY DROWNING. CORONER'S INQUEST. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 29 November 1861
DEATH BY DEOWNING. CoRoEa'E's INCESaT. An inquest was held at the Hospital on Tuesday last, on the body of John M'Alpin. who was drowned in the Bremer river on the previous day. The feolowing evi dence was given: William Wright sworn:--On Monday afternoon he c?ame down the hill by the ferry, and saw a man sitting on the bank of the river; about half past'two the anan came further down the river, and lay down on the bank and appeared to go to sleep; witness then left the river; witness was on the boank ahbout 6 o'clock this (Tuesday) evening, and saw a man taken but of the river quite dead; has seen some clothes which he was informed werefound on the bank of the river; they were the clotheis the man had on when he saw him; the perseo he saw taken out of the river was the same that he saw n the bank oe the river the daybefore. Willian Gunn, pelice eonstable, dworn: This (Toes. day) morning he received orders from the Inspector of pohoe to search the river ~for the miseing man; he and ...
MEXICO. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 29 November 1861
• ?EXICO. L The Paetie contradicese the ,report tfhst the har'est state of fex'viois $bout to be the-sub-. ject a? a conventtion between the three powers most inter~sted in-the question. ?-p Patrie -_mWuits-that theArench .Governmentiiu fally pproved the eonduact or inister in Mexico, '-t ---?-it;~s ezprese?d its g'eeat dissatisfaetion heit inhesuree" of 'the President Juares, and ,%to inetion:to .proteet the.French interests bet?eD 8 tb? At.em But no decision has been ' 1a t-?? to~bi f ea?ns to be employed to effect isiseaoult
IPSWICH POLICE COURT. TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 26. Before the Police Magistrate. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 29 November 1861
IPSWWCII POLICE COURT. S TuBs?br, NovoaUses 26. Beforoe the Polie Mwagistr?te. : JTames Annand was eharg rd, undur thhes p a Poliee , ti:,±A obstnr utir thefoot.path.in.ose ? . The case was '.iamiu~.d owing to the iftinality of the saumons. SA?ieander McBDean was fined 1Oe or 24 hoirs imprtsonment for drunkeneses. Patrick Scully was fined £1 with 1.ogates, for assaulting a Constable and using obscene 1eusiage, WEDNEeDAY, NOVBEstaa 27.> Before the Police Otagistrate. John Korby was fined 10s. with the usual atet ative, for druankenes. THURSDoAY, NOVEMBER 28. Before the Police Magistrate. Patrick Burns was fined o10o. or seven days in Bria bane Paol and es. sd. coosta, for allowing his pigs to stray in the public streets. Hen, a chinese, was charged by James bItahoney with maalicionsly setting fire to 800 feel of split timber, valued sat L£12, and ilntended for the erection of the Primary Behool at Little Ipswich. The defendant was fined L5 as ompensation, with do. Gd, costs; in de...
(From the Times' our Reporter.) Rugby, 25th September. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 29 November 1861
. Fr-on " kr Ti ae' eon Repsrer.) BRugby,' 25th September. : The ndjoiihed`inqniryinto theh charge preferred against Richard Guinness Bill, of baving furnished to the Registiir tdf Births' for the Rugby district fals particulars touching a male child, born on the 6th of Jsnanuary, ISii9 was resumed and concluded to.day at the ToWn-hall.1 The: court.roomn was crowded by the people of the town' and neighbn-' hoon. "eighbour The prosecution was eonducted by Mr. Cooke, solicitor. Mr. Philbrick, instructed by Mesre. White and Collins, defended theprisoner. The Gfirst witness was Mr. John (3ollinse,record keper li ishnp of London's Registry; wbb satied thit?'?epositnrg of records in that registry is in St PtslIesit' edral, Randwho 'produded thence asertifi eate Of ratiasrege. the tBthop tt.-opdo'a ?f, b r. Thi mode of rce gistryhea by enternntth cez~iilcates in shbook,l and depositing thioragnal in the cathedr#al. Socb had been thelavatisblerpiapice for many years, Mr. Philbrik .remarked ...