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ABSTRACT OF SALES BY AUCTION. WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 15. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 14 January 1862
ABSTRACT OF SALES BY AUCTION. WEvD~psDA, J3JuNAt 15. Bgy Mesaers. FAORIosI and Co., at tlunir yards, East street, at 12 o'clock, firat-class baorses. T?sOarDY, JANUARY I. BgyMr. H M.COCK5URN, at theCorporation Sale Yards at II o'clock, 25 head of 4horsas, and 4 brijles. By Mr T. ALI'ORD, at Groom'. o.ral. Hotel, Tao0 woomba, the Mort Esoate, eaonrsibting of 100 allot maentsadf land at Toowoomob. FUDAY., JAOuAUY 17. By Mt. T. ALFo'D, at his sale yards, Rulhren-street, Toowoomba, 20 heavy draisht colts. Also a osmber of thorough bred a~a other valuable horse stock.
LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. THURSDAY January, 9. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 14 January 1862
LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. TR5[RDAV January, 9. The SPEAKER took the chlair at half-past 2 o'clock. IN'O)LVENT 4ND PUBLICANS' ACT. Mr. BL AK tNEY asked the Attorney.-Gneral the follwineg qnestimls:-" Whethsr te government would he prepared at the commencement of next session , intnrlu'e Acts fr the amendmenlt of the pr-sent Insolvent ows and forthle better regulaion of Licensed Puhliroms in this Colony." The ATTORNEY-GENERAL replied in the efirortive. EMIGRATION FROM THE UNITED KINGDOM. Mr. BLAKEREY. uIl?un;lt to notice, asked the COnloni I.Secretsry-" Whether the Emigr.tion Agent. Mr. ionlsi, hid received any instructions as to the proprtin of emlenrants to he forwareled to this conlny fnrom Enil;m. Ireland, sn! Scotland respectivelyl And if so, whabt were the respective prnnnrfftiooS?• The CnILONIAL.-SECR't'ARY replied that Mr. Jordan had nllt baesl inslrocted to moako tny di? till;tion w'ith cegard to the iumlber of emi.rants cnming fran Enland,, Ireland, nr Sentland. The propor'tion ...
DIARY. MEMORANDA FOR THE WEEK. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 14 January 1862
DIARY. EHU. j rolt l llghWr. oBE ft. J r ses. . teta.s Mor. Af I I TsnD&T ...... | 6 22 4?4 1 5 5 8 i5 WEDIIESDAt ... I | 37 654 4 5 | » lilTnnaMna .... I 824~ 68 ~ 193 |1lo P6 I TanDAT ......... | 25 I 641 St 10 0 1 0 2 1i j l ana?r ......7 I 5256 3M It 4. Y t t0 18 IIBATURA a.„. ) SfM| M ~H llII l8 ISUnAa ....... 7 521 S 0 0 l i 42 0 6 0o I toDAT ......... I 5 8 I 6 53 I 0 S | 0 24 The difference In time between high watir at the Ber anil Britbane li 1 hour 45 minutes, and Ipswich S hours 2.1 mlnntae, hleh dlffreaern?cmatbeaddea toi? t imbe ofhigh wateron the Ear. Theenaterly wind, on tbecouui of the Bay, oil lhe frhohta la sheriver, often cause B varitnlon from our tohine but theie' an -erenly aecidentai, aod governed by no knbwn law, TUESDAY, CAANUA-TY 14, 1862..
PARLIAMENT OF QUEENSLAND. LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. THURSDAY. JANUARY 9 [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 14 January 1862
PAIIIAIIEVT O QUBEEYSLbP. (Prep P e Courier, Janusry 10) LEGISL UPIVE COUNCIL. l ntltRDAY. JANUARY 9 The Paesa NT tolk .t-le chair at ten minutes past 4 o'clock. and opened .the proceedings with prayer. IREPBRESENTATIVE OF THE GOVERNMENT. Mr. GALLOWAY asked Dr. Fulirtren if he rep reented the Govertnent in the house t D r. FULLER'I'TON answered that he merely auliplied the place of it-r-ierininui rdjiieStative flr the time-being,'tho case being one of unforeaseen elllprency. Cnnsiderable iisrn?sin arose, after which Dr. FULLERTO)N explained that he was net a member of the Executive Council, ant that he didl not pretsume ti represent the ministerial policy. At the paent tim e he hnsht he was in a psitin to aifrd hon. members some in~,rmnation which would sihow that the G?.vernment liad no inletitian ,of treatils the hlose with diorepleCt. He had hoen assuared within tile last few'hours -y tile head of tile tliiistry, that arraniements weare then it proeres, far the 'aplpintmnt irf a ...
GOLD DISCOVERIES.—THEIR DEMANDS AND THEIR EFFECTS. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 14 January 1862
GOLD DISCOVERIES., -. THEIR DEMANDS AND . THIR' FPFECT8. , TRE discovery of gold on the Peek Diwns is butr the preeursor .of marly ,luie?` iuch die. coveries in* the interior of nahiitqnd, We never expect any treat nant un Tfgid to be found neiar thile coast, but~?:fjel confidenft stat the iriterior of this colony wilrhe found as rich, in deposits af the precious metal au .siy other of the .Aietralian colonies. Every explorir who has lisited the interior hts diseovered in dirjtions-?f th.e precious sti I; and we m@i tely upon dhe diggers on tle Peak Diws, aftei satislviig themnselvs of the plrdicivenesee of. that field, exteneng their operatioiis i tier squasll·y pwolific.ii qusrters Blow onth o f and comparatively unknown. -kThe lamet.ed' explorer LEiceA?iDr o~rVed, uevenwl indiea-! daios of ihe gold~bearing wcka l urwve g 1p expedition of. 3845, and hot only recorded his ,.hservations inl his works, hut ofalten expressed to his friends a wish for 'the opportunit~y o more minorut, ...
THE MUNICIPAL ELECTORAL LIST. To the Editor of the Queensland Times. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 14 January 1862
THE MUNICIPAL ELECTORAL LIST. To the Editor of the Queensland Timee. Sa,--Con you inform me and my neigllbours what are tile prieniples on whichl the list of voters for the election of Aldermnen is mnade up on t I know that there w.ere some queer doings at the last election, end some ots resfused that ought not to hare been, and I should like to know what is to be done to secure a vote at the next election. Should not 4 list of ratepsyers be pub lished thle same as for the election of a member of par liament! . If you can give a litlle information on this subjct you will oblige me and many more of your readers. I am, sir, Your most oi-dient servannt, A RATE-PAYER. Ipswich, 8th Janoary, 1886. t,.--It is high time~the people of Ipswich bestirred tlhemselves to imlart some element of respectabilits and education to tiche Municipal body-sf this town. It might and did appear strangeno persons at a distance that suec a sorrylot of individuals-as a majority-of our Aldermen unquestionably a...
ARRIVAL OF THE ENGLISH MAIL. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 14 January 1862
ARRIVAL OF ..Z ENGLISH MAIL A·r I o'clock p.m. yesterday we received nlutice frm the Telegraplh Ofe of the arrival of the Eglishl mrail, and that a long telegram was coming through for u. The following is wlht we received: 665 w'r4ds from Sydney; £4 14s. 2d. to collect; Press R, port, January 13th. To Queenshrf Times. Tilhe Benarcs has arrived at King George's 'Sollnd. Vio.lnt gailes have taken pls?e on the Eng· lish a!ru Irish coeat, and in the English Channel, whlich have been productive of heavy isatear atsea,. Four large steamers have heen wrecked, and a great amount ol' damage done to shlippling. Sir Dotniric Daly, the new Gevere-r (of South Australia, has left England for the sent oflhis Governmeet. The newly-sppointed Governor of Western Australia lhas also left England.. A dreadful aecident has happened in Edlin borough; a seven.steried 'louse in thleat city having lallen and killed twenty-two persone. (Here the communication was broken off at Armidale, tile operator at that...
IRISH CATHOLIC IMMIGRATION. To the Editor of the Queensland Times. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 14 January 1862
IRISH CATHOLIC IMIIIGRATION. To the E?ditor df the Queensland Timrs. to,--T regret that my two opponente, an " Irish Pro. istant," and a "COtholieC" should have seen right to agethg e noe irrn our present trial of the Irish Catholie mmlgration Society .I regreItthis for many reasono. The rocedure is novel in journalistic controversy, save when efuoal ol'iusertion has been offered; I regret it the more rum the laet-thqt there are several sielisions made'by he Society' -champions, unexpected by me, certainly ry hlonestand.aceh as I should much like to see sub. ittd to theeyes of the public generally in your journal a publicity of which I regret toeeathcv must be de riveI byr-te limited cironlation of your eontemporary. hod at iart the intention nf-n far tropaaaiog on your So natureas to requost the reproduction in.your volumnos f the two letters in ertene, in order that the public might ivl know what la been admitted regarding the infant iety -hicbh h~sjust been discovered-in its swad...
AMERICA. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 14 January 1862
AMERIflA. The two armies still remained facing each other, but doing nothine. A Federal naval expedition, fited out for the purpose, landed a force of 15.0)0 men at Besauord, in South Caormlina. The town and niehboring plantations were destr-yed hy she Comfederates, to prevent their fallng into the hands of the expe- i dition. General Scott has resigned the crmmand-in-chief of the Federal Army, and had arrived in Ea~lard. The Federal Gvernment were preparing another expeditaon to carry the waer into the Cotton States. An attempt will he made to effect the dioranrnis atinn astd dispersion of the immense rebel army ii Virginia, andl to open the Southern ports ts coln mercs, aend to obviate the ruinous difficulties that are heginntnog to be felt in the way of pruoviding Cotton supply. FItA.NCI . The Imperial Government is almost overwhelmed with financial dilficulties. The dfi.ieny in the revenue is officially s!ated at £46,)0,000 sterling (not francs). POLAND. Poland still remaina in ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 14 January 1862
SALES BY AUCTION. QUEENSLAND. Important to A?4ers?, Capitalistls. Speculators and porlt~es desiroes of ?aureng 0 Conyortable Homfnseatd. The whole of the Valuable Property mknown as THE BBENEB MILLS and BOILING-DOWN ESTABLISHMENT, And 640 ACRES of LAND, ' TO BE SOLDL BY PUBLIC AUCTION. H M. COCKBURN has received instructions Sfrom Juseph Fleming, Esq., to Sill by Public Auction ON TEE GRIOUND, -On WEDNESDAY, the 12th FEBRUARY, at I o'clock precisely, The whole of the Valuable Property known as THE BREMER MILLS, couisting of STEAM FLOU MILL, S STEAM SAW MILL, BOILING-DOWN ESTABLTRISHMENT, 8ad 640 Scres' of rich hlluviel LAND, hoving a frontage of 3 miles. to the narigable river Bremer. THE FLOUR MILL i a :most substantial strunleture. 68 feet long by 30 feet wide, and three storeys high; tile walls 2 (eet in'thickuess, and built entirely of through stones, cut on both sides, no expense hbnaving ben spared tibbtain a thorougllhly substantial s ructure: the booms and framing for machin...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 14 January 1862
F Cb Sunnulaui~b Ciituw -4- TERMS: Suisntcrtalon.-The amount of susoriptlon to the QuPenslnd Tmer Is Sa even Shillinge wed Sixpence per quarter, if paid in advance, or Sight Shillings and 8ix pence redit, The quriatern terminate on 41he 0th Sep. tember, 8tat December, Blsi Marcoh, and )0th June, at which periods oely can seubmribera decline, by giving notice, and paying the amount due to the end of the current quarter. Single copies, Bixpenoe. ADVmoRTEIBE?T are inserted aeomding to the fol lowing scale: e. d. Two lines ...............................;4Jt Four linee................................. 0 Six linea .................................4-8 8 Eight lines ........ .., ................. o Every ?dditiond s eightles .........' I0 The folluenin Disnount is allowed on all advertise. maents contirned-- ' For 6 insertions ........... 10 per cent. .................1.5 26 ...........·..... 25 All advertisements must specify on the'face of them the number of timos they ame to be inevted,...
Commercial. IPSWICH. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 14 January 1862
Conmrciral. irrwicn. MA~cIcKrE & dBOWcza repo?Irt-. Our usual Saturday's sale was principally in horses, ronsisting of an excellent lot from uonaro, New Sauth Wales, which averaged '£15 per head; good e?-onut hand saddles, £4; side-saddles, £5 Bs.; and a quantity of sundries. Note.-For the style of horses offead, we con.ider the ,verage quotation much below value, attributable, no doubt, to the large mobs lately disposedo in this market. Good draught horses in demand. Lubodr Market.-Wo have registered a number ofnew applicants dnring the week--chiesy from New South Wales-in ballock-drivers, shepherds, and stockmen. Demand limited. Female servants much wanted. Land Orders and Crrtifiestes.-lIn. antiatio ion of a local land sale on the 201th instant, there has been a brisk trade in orders. The same ma beh said of certicates the closing of the English mail being at hand. The following produce has been received and for warded:-From the storeor Messnrs. G. H. Wilson and Co.-2e5 b...
Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 14 January 1862
ll?bippmng ntrllige?cr . ARRIVALS. January l1.--Boomeranet, steamer, 350 tons, Ciaptain Chmield,; rom R~ckhomplon on the 6th inast.t. Psesengers-- lr. Fer. Miss Reed, Mire Carr, Mr. Franeis AhDonnell, Mr. Hunter, Mr. Car,, Mr. Clarke, Mr. Gaton, and six in the steerage. The Boomerang left Bxckhampron on Monday the 6tllh, and tihe Fitzroy on the following day. She put in here merely for coal and sailed for Sydney ats three o'clock yesterday (Sunday morning.
IPSWICH MOUNTED RIFLES. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 14 January 1862
TPSWICE MOU'NTED RUTLES. A meeting of thir sorps was held at hLeadquarters on the 9th instant; Oaptailn R. J. Smith presided. The menbers met in full uniform, armed and aeeoutred, and mounted fre inspeetiOn. Captain Smith inaeeetrd the arms and accontrements of those mcmhers prsesnt (several being away ii1 or at risbahane), and they were in excellent 'order. The Captain read bletters received from Captain Bramston is reply to communications made by the Qeartermaster, under the aisptein's directions, as to the aupplvig of a target, drill intraetion, ammunition, so., and etated, sieethe receipt of them he had received a box of Sit0 rounds oT ascatridres. The offer of the target was an iron frame over which was to be placed calico; but. as the Captain observed. Captain Bramston samtted .aving four targets at Brisbane for the use of the 13th E-giment and the Volunteera, and that as all four were only reqtuired at very long rannps, he thnught they were ealtitled to twro of them far Tlswi...
Local and District News. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 14 January 1862
tcmal atl Diwtrirt F~lns. Tin ENoL?sef MArIL-The mail for England will probably be despetched by the Telegraph whilchl is ex ,eweod to leave Brisbane on Saturday "meet. Ourreadem vill therefore do well to have their correspondence posted at Tpewich on Friday. CAurro.--We hear that there are some of the light. fnlueeredgentry and other eswdieR knocking about the town. Ot Saturday there were two lghte in the public treats, in one of which a young man who was standing quietly on the footpath, reeeived shameful ill-tmatmrent. 1 'cope that our police will keep a sharp look-out, and .eonre for suech rowdies the plunishment they so strictly deserve. cleecree, CONCEIT POn THE BENEPrc OP TIE osPtTAr,...f will be seen by mll advertisintg columns that Mr. Uaitn berger's Choral Society, thie " Harmnor.i Union," intends to give a concert at the School of Art, on Tuesday next the21st instant, for thihenert of this excellent institue tiont. We have to doubt'that our readers will patrocisi this coa...