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A CHAPTER OF ROMANCE. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 29 November 1861
A CHAPTER OF ROIA14CE. • ··r. .'L ? .. An est4dinsry story, whieb reads more like a pago et~tril fron the Mysteries of Paris, or of Lond, than an 'Eurreace in what we are usually accus omedto look upon as real life, comes to us fr6'ni r. -Itconoerns a yousn child not quite three yenra old, and the heir to £14.000 a year, who has ?nust been rescued from a loathsome den in the puldqt , f Drury-lane, after having been suckled and f rom its birih aminong thieves, prootitu?' and beggars. The father of that child was broight up oi Septerober 1i on. a warrant before two of the Warwickshiro magistrates to answer the apparently mild charge of having "wilfunlly made certain false stratements concerning na.male infant, born of the braly of one Amy Georgina Hill, by Richard Goianeas Hill, her husband. The prisoner, Mr. Hill, mrriedl Miss Burdett;'n a lady in whose welfare Miss Bulrdett Coutts; by whom she had been adopted, took the liveliest interest. For several yers'after their marriage Mr. a...
DIARY. MEMORANDA FOR THE WEEK. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 29 November 1861
DIARY. EMOkAL4DA o0 T?WEEK.-Z ~DECEM0EE. Sun HghWir.e nIIar lD m ........ I nRieo. 6j ..t.. I o. 7Attn. 0I nAna ..~.... 5I . l e6 37,121 740 SOiSeanaw......l 1 01.011 8121 810 :.- Y " oabl ......... I i 6 I 7:8 i 0 ( 426 .s-oma I ....... 6 ,i ( 6 9 (10 4 ( 1 90 pas~na ... I 5 II 6 40( 142 04 .ji ..l... 3 Z 6 " 1 02864 -?z?' etn lime etween high water at the Bar anod I0aSar41sn-5 mtnnes, and Ipsawlh 5 hmar 25 minutes, 9i?-? nmiatbeedded to tas t!ree oahighateron tbs winds onthe east of the Bay, ?d the reshes in causes ea arioton from our able, but these are ? dents], sod gneoted by no known law. IT. j Anandlanb Lmr. I0RIDAY, NOVEMBER 2B, 1861.
Local and District News. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 29 November 1861
?L&oal aub Diztrict Ncna. Br. PAlT's Cnio-.--The Rev. Mr. Bailey whot to be the Eev. L. H. umrseys coadjater at this churei has atarved in Ipswich mand will at once commence his clerical duties, we believe the Rev. gentleman will take one ofithe services on Sunday next. LECrRmu -ON THEe ESAYS icD n ecan.--We, haven portion of the Rev. Mr. -Drane'etirstlecture in type, which we are compelled-to hold over till our next iiape. " .'.*'-.-. To. OCtrolL SorerTdi C?aceTa.-This S: ty lmve nnoanced their ionteulit6g ive a coisCert at the Schooelf Arts on the 17th proxim No programme of the coincert has yet been published, but we have no donbt the Sodety will provide a first rate entrtlainment CoLE?rNS o K Beo t ae P Or roE H83OSPITAL.- On iuhdalast collections. wera made at aeveral places of waiiip, on behalf of the I?sioh HBspitaL At St. anl' uchareh-the asum of £1 lis. 2d,-tt the Wesleyan Chtiiehls £ eo0 .ed, ahdat-,the Congregational church £7 10s?;?as colled~ t. t Onriday.last rh...
THE IPSWICH COTTON PLANTATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 29 November 1861
TBH ¶PI5wCc COTOrx ?La&5TATiON5. EAcp mail from England brings intelligende of the increased anxiety of -the manufacturere of the motner country respecting ~the supply of cotton. The anewsl from America, too, showe. that there is abundant reason for this anxiety, the o.il c iw tween -tne North and outh, ctill moitinoianand eachb :succeed?ing battle or skirmish tending to further. exasperate the belligerents. Tshejfort-s of ke "Solth, from whence- ~England drawi.her- -cotton supplj, ar.e strictly bdlokadedyanfd ·both'ior?~ a~nd Soutn are;inaking reprisals upon each other .by.fitting. out privateers, and endeavouring to do one an other as much injury as possible, by sea asewell as upon land.. .Under.these circumstances, it is .jith Pome feeling of satisfaction that we are enabled to notice the efforts of some of the inhabitants of this district, to assist in esupplying ~a portion 'of the wants of the manufacturers of England. We do not so much refer to'the actual quantity of c...
MONEY-MARKET AND CITY INTELLIGENCE. London, September 25th. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 29 November 1861
Mew TEAET n t ts. !? GEInialaond ep a ofh the E.glisho t t -8scket din osed Sa tt ?. 4 - the last! at any A?, ?u eater decline "*1 a bt m te ock was noted ~t~d~aec 0 er is., 3 tm31;jtndia~onds me-aMarch, Is. ' dituc? nt--market inarease. r rate, bat.Instaneas have Ttio sailfed ont the heast hortaill s · ?l'ec· r- 'was dull-this morning at vita lowar ;ratesr dlKe J4'a , Ma ntl?,0001. in bar gold was-set into ithe sadk'to li) itsng oa total of 087,0001. since thoe last eturen. the pr ?O5400" 'bya tile Swifture -r snot iyet been ude asred, rst it will irtimately Coearried to the Th aadrsa from Ruastia report large purchasers ? 4f -grain. Tihe mailste uontr sailing on te 27th inst. will tpikein specie 91 i re.l in silver, and 7,2001. in gold, for eBom 'b, and I 1,5001. 'in gold 'for Alesxandria. The issue of notices for the adoption of sbort timeon. i the partot the Ltancaishire mill ownere is diy. becoming general. Under tmese ?c ircumstances spinnoers and manufactcrers show increasing...
[DURHAM AND IRWIN.] [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 29 November 1861
[DURHAMl AND RWXN. Wool.-Sincse the depature of the October mail there ibhas been' few-transactions worbthy of noi.in this market. As yet the arrivals of the new .clip:(which may be considered anusually late) hare been so .small that no Tiheia prices can be:iquoted. The result.of the Ju;y August sales hare had co ble influence on the 'biddings made at auction, boiissclisation to purchase, unless at reducetPbt "it, wars must eaccept or risk shipnient nt. 815 bales were'brughtforward ut f which onl w 24 -ales were waithdre oel :? owpner's secount. The remaii.der doctf' . sf ory prices. n Sheepskins remain nandrl 8.U I 21;000 hove been sold at auetion .bais 6Od to 8hd; short-woolled ad peltsd 2di' dus Tallow.-Dull of sale; eiprsent. 1389 casks have been sold.tf £34 to -s,; station, at from £35 dea -T'he prices hia~~yitl advuncosg 1t botsnotenth. 'iong A r;et-61a p a ;s iht, j ~~~~"1s No ~ .~L :
(From the Courier.) [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 29 November 1861
~ibly naprepstss ithe eitswreds 8elearn thattbe. bee6v Furtrer exteaded&en teniapha, theintelligenceof whi aad Brisbane. It appear.shat,~ to6o sanufictre those parste r iiFh?bc n 't' the strike which recently.took piac~it~hirs'r. Russell & Co., the Sydney.ironfoune .eib send homne for the boilere anerathe ardg. h remahieng ssnsehssosr~ f 35 e bdseei: Cysst somplete, and these were the sosgy rtusa? wmg~o6sslake-; , the dredge available for.immediate usel Intelligenre has arrived, however, to the effeetthlt the We+eelin jschi the boilers, &kdpre shippea, hasheen totally vwreske" and her earg at;:ed we presuoje' ;tp bsl..b~ e the ida Belge tiii?.ith to SydneyWjib ?aaei reorted as havig setrue onr the Jemon Sads: niroheno? . eirren*eill, of course, irnvolvetfrtilerdy, b8tiwe are glad to ~ #saigt it maynot be. y a p eet e pl?? s ?lay after allaseisg thi tShe fosnders hlad eezvad: prDyejaho comscnees emeie maacture of saupheat set im on the eompletioea of ?he firsl...
MESSRS. MORRISON & Co.'s. CIRCULAR. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 29 November 1861
)IESSBS. MOBRISON &.Co's. CIROULAB . ., . The Summe rnmd?losing has been a very favourable ' one , no respects the weather, aud in molt parts of Eng - land good harvesthsbeenseeuredinrsrot~atecondition. This was much wa ted aoter 1 st year's defciency, and iegodeetets are to some etent already felt in our -- rarionsemarkets. Mortiey.iamoro plentiful, .and on the t. the Bank seduced the rate of disoount to 4 per . till the war in A'nerioa preses heavily upon eh of trade, and unti) it is brougist to a close, i' !s-a~ can be formed of wheat is likely to be its S sult, we must expet great want of condence ;j a eution in all oammercial transretions. . ; . ii,' .-The third series of Publin Sales, .always the '.?nost iportant of the season, commenced on the 18th of Jo, ~ terminated on Uhe 28th lnit., omprisirg about 000. bales New South Wales Wool, 14,000 bales , .tora, 9,500 bales Tasmanias, 6,100 bales south "' ustralian, 1,800 bales Westeen Australian, &, 13,000 bales Ne...
FROM NORMANBY. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 29 November 1861
Bed and white heife.topee~~.ar,'~b~otqa~a Beown balnoleg beJantii~i e, ~~~ Bed cowR, two nate otaslF~eB w 'oreh. oner o4jan Bed and ~ht Bean ~dbullock, C off-n-moi~p, :T erar~am top off near-ear Bed kutler~kD~eff li(low ire W~toba? cheek, ouit of nearea 1!ouoe-arlnurea and white hezucrr ne*a Sh~nerawheni-q e ter Fserrm White end red steer, holeton: .ear, like B off-thigfh ; ; Bed now andieaf, p ·ribs andrump: ;"i;:O ~. Whlite hnifenerpet.~ Otf-eibs --: ~r Bpottedoersuona-rj b Yellow ateen-~utro, -9ffr ranip o~a~f.ZiFsne ~ Bed n'enoton Yadlw~f ~ 'I oer DCC kaiqu near empg Jt~thrso~ oernaIor· JoearI ffehte~i $lnte ¶ fak~~efio a ~ J 0 oba · C 36u eeea!ta WD p galey efr n ar-nba, O6\"h 4 tff ltboff ribs w, perl~ead. o e t~bn-e gtk Delk Pake i~,: ·paeedteeP~
IMPOUNDED AT LITTLE IPSWICH. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 29 November 1861
I3POUlDETIL 5 ' fto" YA?- vraa ?. ," - ft:? ? Bay ma ,FRcolaFaiedofrao$-'. ,J' f sear hind foot white Grey mare spur off-sidefG: ? __? -. Bay fahly, ay ver ,lal3 - narh dmS? . , ",e . ,rt g 8tar Light bay aere, likerO J If not caimed on ort bsfor 4i b neld: driving and Iraepass, ljerhe ·
THE ENGLISH MAIL. LATEST INTELLIGENCE. Thursday Morning, September 26. ITALY. Turin, Sept. 26. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 29 November 1861
THE ENGLISH MAIL. LATEST INTELLIGENCE. (Prnw i eaond Edition f th Imea.) REUTER'S TELEGRAMS. ThursdaylMorning, September 26. ITALY. Turin, Sept. 26. The Gazetta di Torinoe of to-day swyss *'" We believe that the first eat of General b~tlii Rovere, in entering upon his duties as Minister of War, will be the amglgamation of the southern army with that of Italy. "The King will prolong his stay at Florenee, and will not return to Turin until the 12th of October. " It is rumoured that. his Majesty witl go to I-Naples on the 1st of January, and will com memorate his stay 4there by a general armneety. " The railway between Bologna and Rimini will be inaugurated. t .the -comzaencement of October." ;A ship .lafien withrms late s been eeized. It ih'believed that the armn were destined to fit out an expedition in Upria sgainst the Papal provinces.
No. 10. LIST OF UNCLAIMED LETTERS FOR THE MONTH OF OCTOBER. General Post-Office, Brisbane, 22nd November, 1861. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 29 November 1861
No. 10. LIST OF UNCLAIMED LETTERS FOR THE MONTH OF OCTOBER. General Post-Office, Brisbane, 22nd November, 1861. Parties applying for Unclaimed Letters at the General Post OfCice, Brisbane, are requested to give the correct number of the list in whichsey may have observed their names, as such reference #111 materially facilitate deli very. Parties in the souitry making written applisca. tionse, should accom~ tny deah appiicatioa?swill the amount of postagejf-H transmiaion ; and. ,bsf'additi&. to the former parcenlara, are reqgested to 5tat ? they expecttheir lette~t fa n, and ind~ therinofarma?a' tending to prevent.theu n s ai aismioen &, Ietbera. &i B; N E e, Ardell Thomas, Caddie CBrisa bane (re-addresood Bockhampesa)1 Atlu T WF DraJsyton (2); Aumuller K, Rokcamjiie.too?' - Baker George, Rsentshal.; Beard ,Taroom; Best W G, Moreton Bay (2).; Boyee Walter, Warsdiek; Brrownett A, Ipswich; Burdoff --, Einirtrek; Bur kill J Francis. Warwick. SCallon C. Westbrook...
SOMETHING FOR A RAINY DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 3 January 1862
"uenwrta eoR i Ruxv- Dy.-The New Post o Afe Sarings Bank Act is to 0ome into operation on the 16th ofiSeptember.- Wedo anot know, however, whether we are ju?tifed i calling 4t an ano -for to our Itj i e-pat much more of the nature of a sving Awnaut SBoeeaz-Sure.ou ALuDMncSaOeN --Mr. S.: "May'Ihavetlheppleasure of we.tig with you, Miss -loc l"--Mise ,TJ?, "FI would'. with pleOlure, tul w.b *srtlPar qrd.r..ll i"-bld. 1Tepwalu: ·P~nted anfii'uhllel4a~ by~'the Prophietoou. '::~fori p4iprOXCJ` . .BOWWGB fo~i'li -'~inr~~ ~bA` t he huroeeeetand. 2~ea So * '~BUe~~?a~fti set,
Commercial. CUSTOMS RETURNS. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 3 January 1862
. tu. o tnlrtial. -4-- CUSTOMS RETURNS. The following isa statement of the Customs revenue asIpswich, for thoqoartor endingl31st December, 1861 .£ s d. Spirits, 6727 gallons ................... 2066 1 9 Wines,1165 gallon........................ 116 10 0 Tobaso and onigars, 8095 6lbe........ . 811 11 9 Opium, 106 lbs ..................... 53 0 0 Bonded warehlouse duty.................. 14 10 0 Total ........................... £861 18 6 4 The following produce has been received and for warded:--From the stores of Messrs. G. H. Wilson and Co.--12 bales wool, PR over LM over Co. over, Ellan gowan; 10 ditto, MD conjoined over D 12 ditto (greasy), MHM conjoined over M; 8 ditto (clean), same brand; 82 ditto, ML$; 28 ditto, W in diamond i 5 ditto, P in diamond; 20 ditto, Hickey; 10 ditto,G. andeman ; 10 &lt;litto, CC; 82 ditto, GUM; 51 ditto, OO0; 7 ditto, 00; 8 ditto, DJHC; 10 ditto, M&W; 60 ditto, Targais 28 ditto, HI over Y ; 88 ditto, Fa~ssifera'; 5 bales slhinsm, I hhb...
UNSINKABLE IRON STEAMSHIPS. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 3 January 1862
SUNSINKABLU IBON STEAMsrIPS.- Southampton, Wednesday.-A new iron steamship, named the Briton, built by Mr. C. Lugleq, of Depsford-green Dockyard, [for the Union Steamship Company, and intended to be employed in themail serriae wsththeCape ofGoodHope, was taken out to Stoke's-bay to-day to undergo an " official trial ofspeed at the measured mile. This ve is of 1,092 toushburden, builder's measuremenm t followitnpare her leading dimensionst-Length- belw perpendsouars, 2.391t. e length over all, 364ft.; extreme'" breadth, 80ft. Sin.; depth ofhold, 28ft. llin.; depth from top of beam to top of keel, 26ft. Her engines, which were 6osstrotelby Messrs. 0, A. Day and Co., of the Northam Ironworks, at this port, are of 120-horsepower nominal, with an indicated horse-power of 716. They are Stted with steam jaicket, superheating apparatus, and surface coidensers, and fed by Lamb and Summer's patent boilers, which supplied plenty of steam during the trial to-dsy.: She has a two-bladed Griffith'...
STOCK AND STATION CIRCULAR FOR THE MONTH OF DECEMBER, 1861. [FATTORINI AND CO., IPSWICH.] [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 3 January 1862
SBOCK AND STATION C[IROULAR FOR THE MONTH OF DECEMBER, 1861. IFA?rronrxx ND Co., IrsWIOn.J. S?aToNs.-We have had several- inquiries for good pastoral properties, but present holders seem disinolined to sell out. Large sheep stationsin the settled districts can meet with a ready sale. Small. stations, carrying from 5000 to 10,00Q sheep are much enquired for, but not procurable. oATrn.-There is a fair demand, for t?ese, but purchasers seem imuwilling to speoulate, owing to the mcrease of plenro poanmonia in the Southern district. of Australia, and the reports of its having occurred and extended into New South W1es renders them fearful lest the disease abshonld spread into this colony. We succee led, however, in selling 1500 head of young cattle, of equal ages and seKee and fair proportions, according to sbohedulje, deliverable on the Manning River, at £1 2I. 6d. Thistigure must not be taken as a basis, and we qoote otherlots at from 80s. to £2. SneE?.-Tse demand for ewes is on the inc...