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WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 8. Before the Police Magistrate and Mr. R. J. Smith. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 10 January 1862
WeDNUSDAT, JsniUR 8.5 Before the Police Magistrate and Mr. R. J. Smith. Matthew eogga charged Joseph Ohildgey.with neglect ing his work, and he was ined £16s., inclnding costs. Nathaniel Sadlier, constable, was charged with a gross riolation of his duty. Sergeant Carson deposedthat be placed the defendant in charge of the look-up on Tuesday; in the evening of the same day. six prislners committed for tiial from Too woomba were placed in the cells; afterwards witness wentar to the look-up and found one of the prisoners named Wall, sittincat a door in the kitchen part with his mot..er, eating his dinner; the door of thecell from which prisoner came out, and which contained two others, was unlocked; he put the prisoner in again, and from the manner in which defendant had acted, witness put anotherconstrable in his place; witness had told the defendant, but not at this time, not to allow any elvilian to see a prieonerwith sat an order from a Magistrate; from the poaition he was in, it w...
PARLIAMENT OF QUEENSLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 10 January 1862
PARLIAMENT OF QUEENISLAND. ( srom the Coirer, January 9) Pursuant to proclamation, published in the Gooeramein Gaoezter the third aesaIon otf th Queenosland Parliament was opened yesterday, at noon. Very littiW' interest appeared to be'attadhed to the ceremony, as it wasioown that the Parliament would sit osly to pass one meaeure. and that after this the members would tdjourn until April, when the regular sesaion for the depatch of public busiseu ommenues. His Excellency did not on this otaosion open the Parliament in person, but. ued commissions to the Peusident of the Legiiative aCounoil. the Hon. Dsuiel oley Roberts, M.L.C., and the Hon George eullerton, ILO.I. for that purpose. 4b few :visltdrd·. ilaedin#j' sdhsiar onla idee'~hteuideidt irto witii~st h ansounoed by the Usebr of'the Bls kTBod~ . "'ii'follow?o sg memelrs of the Legla~tIve onsult were panent when the Commiasioneri arrived:-Messrs. Ghllowa, Hohbs, Harris, W. Wood, M'Connell, Maedoegall, White end Barker. The Preside...
Local and District News. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 10 January 1862
Wical anb Ulitiltt NetuS. I-4--- AcctrmoT.-On Wednesday evening, about 5 o'clock, a man in the employ of Mr. George Wright,of Brisbone street, while euttmg wood, accidentally struck himself on the knee with the axe, causing a severe wound. He was immediately placed in abed, and a doctor sent for, but as,our medical men were absent from town, none could be obtained. From the quantity of blood that flowed, it appearoed that a vein had been cut. At about l10 o clocel the blood was staunched, and he is now in a fair way of str?overy, though very weak from loss of blood. :Nfuaow EcaEs.- Ah accident occurred yesterday morning at the A. 8. N. Co.'s stores. Some men were udoeading wool from a bullock dray, whlen one of the bales, alter falling on the ground, struck a little boy, naeted Creed, about sir years old, and knocked him dbwn, the bale rolling over him. He was immediately taken to Mr. GaOkartils house, and Dr. Schaizes was senot for, who made an examination of the little patient, an...
LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 8. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 10 January 1862
LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. SWEDNESDAY, JAntAB~ 8. Upon tI-e re-assembling of the house, the SPEAKER took the chair at a quarter past three. DISEASES IN CATTLE COT. The COLONIAL SECRETARY presented a bill to prevent the introduction of diseased catle intb the colony of Queensland, and to check the progres of ma lignant diseases in attei. On thie motion of the COLONIAL-SECRETA-RY, the bill was read a second time. SUSPENSION OF STANDING ORDERS. . The COLONIAL-SECBETARY moved that so much of the Standing Orders be suspended a would admit of the passage of the bill, whicl had just been rad a lErt time, through the house in one day. The provisioanS of the measure were very simple, as hon. members, no doubt, perceived. A perusal of the bill would convince the house that no harm could acerue from passning it through with greater haste than usual To do away with the standing orders, he was aware that he required the assent of fourteen members, but he had no doubt that he should receive the assent...
ABSTRACT OF SALES BY AUCTION. THIS DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 10 January 1862
ABSTRAC OF SALES El AUaION. TIrs DAY. By Mr.H. M. Cocraae, at his reome,'at 11 o'clock, books and stationery, maite, c. SATUDAYA, JaOIARY 1. Mr. TL M. CocxEaRN, at his rooms, at 12 o'elock, Ie blood stallion Sir Charles. Also, at 11 o'clock, household furhitre. By Measrsa. MacEaEIn and BOWLAD, at theirAnution Mar', SBlisbane-street, at 12 and again at 4 o'clock, weekly sale of merchandise. Also, at 2 o'clock, 10 saddle torses and a family sociable. MoNDaY, JaoUaRY 18. By Meesra. ?FAToROHI and Oo., at the Corporation Sale Yads, horsen.
NEW SOUTH WALES. SUMMARY OF NEWS TO THE 3RD JANUARY. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 10 January 1862
YEW SOUTH WALES. SUmMnAY fr IEPw TO TUE Ben JANUARY. (From the i Sydrvy Morning 'era.) This has been a bhliday week, and, a is ialways the case in this colony, everybody baa smaeemled in. clined to make the most f it. There hiave conse quently been but few matters of general Interest to The Eleven of New Sooth Wales playedaerleket match against eiehteen " all comers'"atthe Milltury Gr?ind. Palddington. on Satnrday. Tibe Eleven asoned fortysiz, and the Eighteendforty.fmour;-mther close play. SApriannernam ndCharles Colelsas been sufocated at ockatoo Island thrmtigh being aiwed, whbile laboIring under t disease of thec'iet, n s ap in a want whish had just been fumiae? wdth i brim stone. - * A fancy hazaar held last week terehe usrpose of assistine to learr offa debt ofr £40 0 I ?a Cl?rg. men's Daughters' f~chool. Waverleyjoduc~e?. it i stated, the greater part nof the reqnir:tmun,.t'. :i " Mrs. Griffths, Cooper's Creek, Chlppecdate,bla produced very bandsome artifcial flower+fr om the...
ROCKHAMPTON. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 10 January 1862
ROCKI HAMPTON. (From hi e lRekhastonsf Bautis.) Plkx Dowss GonE FsIoDs.-The eels from the i Peak Downs continues lavourable. From .private letter received yesterday morning romsa gentleman on the spit, we learn that nuuibersareasrivingfmum sll quarters, end that tll is f'nmd everywhere in the locality The diirers appear to be doingwerl. but they will not state wlat m ucceas they: have met with, and endeavour to keep it as quiet as possible.; The great want is the scarcity of water. Up to the present time a very smdill quantity of goIa bhas been brmught into town. If it is true, as reported,lhat there are apwanls of 150 men now working on the digings, we may hope shortly to aes something more suhstantial arrive. The present information is not sufficient to w.arrant very sanguine expecta. tions being entertainedl, and we would therefore caution parties against rushing off until something more decidedi comes in. hltncrt . COi .ctm.. -The Government has sanc tinned the Corporatiin of Ro...
PLEURO-PNEUMONIA. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 10 January 1862
S PLEURO.PNEUMOKIA. Durlng the mtnnihof Ja i nary last, the following questionS cbnce?nino pieuria-paeullarnia wetre piced heffre the readers of the ' North British Agricnlta 1. Canh pleuro-pneumnnia be transmitted from an infected to a healthy herd through the medium of human beingya 'wlien.no other commuuication take, place betweenu he ·attle. 2. Can hay, etraw, and similar things, which have been in contact with an infrected anuimal, trauemit the infectionotoa healthy herl f - '.'Or is itn~cessary, in ornler to cause infectionn that the-sabire atmosphere shulid be inhaled by the healthy animal as by the dieasedl one ? 4. Are there catse:aoffiat and complete recovery of sniaala in-wlbicr .pieoro-poeunaloiaa was .fi Tar developed that there can be no doubt about it treal character: . 6. Which treatment should be adopted with anoi mals in the first stage of the disease ? 0. What is the heat modle of tnatmePnt of animals in which the disease has reached a higher degree of develominen...
CATTLE DISEASE PREVENT, ON BILL. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 10 January 1862
..CTTfLIaBEASE-fREV ENTLON--Bx.Ir A Bill hd pseed throusgh both Houses of Parls.* mr?e.t, in. o: Sore th ,,Walee, .rithlbriuing the desrruclion of imported esattle from Victoria con. tray to prohibitllon; :The following is thie 'Act referred ton--: " I. It shall be larwfrl for the. Governor with the advies of the Exeoptive Council byr proclamation to prohibit the importatiqn or i,.rodrlection into thIe color y, or into ant lir'thereof, iroit any specified plase, antd fo;any apeleilfed imre, of any horned catte, and to autloriseu i ler destrnoti e of any sichl erslo ase may ha beirtoduced contrary : uclch p.?hibiionn F2t. It salrI else be lawfirl for thie Governor, with the liie4rvi?ae by like proclamation to nliaC?e elichrhgulratins respecrtilg any horned cattle a?s may bte deemed .necesaely for plererntilg tire introdliction or prl'Oplgrlilor of any. conlltaWiolrs or inaectiolns dinorler, wlhether by erlrrlitLing such eatt!e to any sapeifled systemrn o qurrltille, or Iby the.destru...
THE UNPRODUCTIVE LABOUR OF EUROPE. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 10 January 1862
T:' Uer;la~ocnv: L~aanug op~ UXOiPL-Snme ~tartat~iefbrahavnEteno~lel~P ,meg ~c lub oft enkiambyoai the qim?,o? Eurn1 +, e de ioY:uip aimnteinosiuigh to make one denpair of at mankind to 8. that, ,nmhlo likde 4 m Tot ptoacetion ok the cuttig or Ipb is. aLcue cle be. ietele a 3lt:--A1-ny of Austria, 789 '1 'Prwaroi 71%092. Inupi, 850,i0't $rent o2erzoi~ Brhlina ,a jI ridit. lt1827P D]enm ,?B' ,iq, -Ports11.n&It y,a os,4a;; wot(, I7i,7ST 8 E.The co Oa-niqtat~nul, eolh+ing, and p1,nyln the me?'l, iat t h low*r 40 peNe>d e ea6i'r mbpelo buttse toibi-not to be tnoatirerl b.til'e m.' ni?'yn uas it' for we mr eleo reakodr wlat~oulaa? gihed, +-+e'eBlr'rpat e' la't~Mur, proancth++;?n~t?++ nF on. cannot be oatouletsd a prdninjtes thaen iaocoo pr nltome+o r ?hti l th~ie betwet the lOt Of nuii laboure utilsed, their Ia aai~lotte of alhitg ike *1,ao.nooO a yeu. aWe bt Ie ' ?it. t),`?a 5l8110_ i we tht at e i "-mn |lantton "to itlq ex enditllte. lrs~be bteskdanomporpubal~ iyiotIWIlior 0...
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 10 January 1862
MARRIAGES. On the 6th instant, at the Registrar's office. Mr. George Francis Prideaux , late of Bristol, England, to Isabella Sanderson, late of County Armagh , Ireland, both now of Ipswich. On the 7th instant, at St. John's Church, Brisbane by &nbsp; the Rev. J. Mosely, Mr. Frank B. Bays to Caroline, relict of the late Mr. Edward Galliers. THE QUEENSLAND TIMES. FRIDAY, JANUARY 10, 1862.
NEW SOUTH WALES. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 14 January 1862
NEW SOUTH WALES. A lad named Hocky has died at Yellow Rock Oreek,Shell Harbour, from lockjaw, can?ed by one of his fingers having been nearly torn off by a string with which he was leading a restive home, having ceaught a stump A KNorrY POrTo OF TITLK- Law.--At the recent land sale at Deniliquin, Mir C. Lucas. the butcher,. who had erected a brick shop upon one of tile allotments offered, put in a protest to the sale of the land, on the ground that, under thb~ Land Law, he had acquired apre-emptive right. This protest was disregarded, and the land, on being put up, was purchased by Mr John Taylor for the sum of £200 (ona quarter acre), Mr. Lucas being allowed ity days for the removal of his building. The deposit was paid by Taylor, and be now holds the land agent's receipt, which, we should imagine, will give him a valid title to the land so soon as he pays the balance of the purchabemoney in accord ance with the terms of sale. Within the last day or two Luceas has been officially i...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 14 January 1862
No. 14. .N ACT JO SIMPLIFY ;TIE LAWS RELAT .:ING TO THE TRANSFER AND ENCUM BRANCE OF PREEBOLD AND OTHER :iT, INTREESTS IN LAL.NDJ LAesSwND ,TO 7Tn AUtsT, 1861.] ·- QsLcaidar oadisw a,#ewessi.) 89RED LEB REFERRED TO. ' ' QUOEnLBLwD. [Royal .)rms. Cart?deate of Title. of (bere inet-I drscriptioa, and (f certicele be iassaipaaahnt its any iransfer, referene to meaorandau ~ ow seleed of an estate (here taide whether ia -tmp U1ehbJe nevnrthaelets to such eneumbrances, lsitt'?da- inteests as are notifed b memorandum .ldrned ?bereon, in that piece of land situated in the (O*4gptrasee aIn) of (here tnaert aartcient esciption to idani the ad), which said pieci of land a.r~ a~ar-ct tf).the ~*s t ecti-o. obr otown acloarent) S.e"leesneited in the publMo map f the said o lmnship) denited in the ofplie of the saroe .- -?eem, sy Srigina n ted the day of arthe hand adieal) G" Governor of the sacid rona (at" n formertGOoeeraor of the Colony of Nerw .'t Waeri a Cna t he saidm land was then stua e e ...
SATURDAY, JANUARY 11. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 14 January 1862
S &TOBOAr, BT JAUAT? -:; . , ' The PRESIDENT took the ehaiir 4t -tr tt - '. notes past tea, oad opened the 'poeaogu 'rwix DISEASED CAtJ&T L 1 Lt On the motion of Dr .FUL RTfetaoams resolved itself into a roanmittea ot'Uaiprhopl t~r~tf4 p)iOrpss of considering this bill iqdetal, On the first clause being pJrol.oed Dr. HOBBS moved an amentinen prnhibitary portipu of it t, ca'tle.fi B» plearo-pneumonio or other milaignta I1i object of the amendmenta8ehslto t ti tion olI th- clause whichwouldtpwi eI o idon ot health?e?-tl into thecoli.' ' Dr. PULLARION oiijposed th aaahaBBneht, i c'useil it were jassed,4 wottildin edhct he44ii| . that they. had mo bill.til. I*"'He'. ti f they m de any - lterith 'inli the b?d|,ll lea not be a qaiaran in the other ihouBs t re"! te and heneethe hi, would be lIst aI6hr. , hoped ieref?ore ih&t thevy would not ttei on selesearespoasibilityaoseriousasthei*Wtlti~lh to inimplied; " - ,. ., . 'r. hARKERaapporte dtheamen m siams, ep cslcula...
LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. FRIDAY, JANUARY 10. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 14 January 1862
SLEGISLATIVE COUNsCIL.... F mE D o ,, J a O ."A.t'O The PRESIDEN took tie chair at flveminutes past 4, and opened the proreediugs wajIh payer. dESSAGE FRB3 THE -LEGTIS TIV: aSSEMBLY.: ~ ·It·! A message was received f~om mtlieaiwe Assembly, trausmittiug ;i? iea?." soi Bill MINISTER OF 1G1h P 8 A: D WOKS6 Mr. K IBERTS ashed i asrmsbe r r representing the .govewiurnipt i5huther thlse~ oe of Mitiister of Lands amn WVilte i~s bei' Dr. FULLERgBON res s Aretgement as Ieed ' dtce of appnister I that the , .oa~.-ep:u~ipk ~ ,a e lono . p ii. went. ;Oe result of the appointment .roin'd bse .a ministerial rel'resentalon in the house, such as had bken a ked fobr. RE.CONSTRUCTION OF THE LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. Dr. FUIE?RTON said that whilst nswwering the previous qilestion, he might as well reply to tile question put by the h?on: member (itr. Gslloway).ot the last occasion of their mreting, toulhiug the re constru:ction of tlint bohotarlle house. Hlie begged .to stare, therefore, or the highest auth...