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IMPOUNDED AT IPSWICH. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 11 October 1861
IMPOUNDED AT IPSWICH. From Dunlop Farm. A bay horse, star, Iind feet white, CC near-shoulder. A bay horse, star and snip, hind feet white, WS near shoulder. A bay mare, I over o near shbulder. If not claimed on or before the 31st October, they will be sold. .Driving and trespass, 8o. 6d. per head. A. HASENKAMP, Ponndkeeper.
NEW SOUTH WALES. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 11 October 1861
NEW SOUTH WALES. (From the Sydney Morning Herald.) Pintr~i.EN T has been unusually active this week, and has got through a great deal of business. Both land hills have passed the Assembly end are before the Legislative Council, which will brobably pass them also, wiath come little amendment; The bill for the regulation of Chinese immigration has also passed the Assembly, but it is very doubtful whether the Upper House will concur in it as it now stands. Mr. Wilson's motion for a committee of inquiry into the disturbances at Butiangong has been negatived by the Assombly, as was also his appligation for the pro duction of all correspondence, telecrams, d&e., between the central Government and the Burrangoug officials. One of the Burrangong rioters (Claremoat Owen) has been convicted at Goulburn, and has been sentenced to two years' imprisonment with hard labour, and at the end ofthet period to find sureties to kcep the peace. But if he behaves well some mitigatibn of punishmen...
DIARY. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 11 October 1861
D AIA Y. MEMORANDA TO NEXT PUBLICATION. OCTOBER. Rises. Sun Sets. I IghWate oIhta. II 5 FaSln Y ........ 5 33 2 4 0 4 22 12 I SArn AY ...... 5 32 6 2 440 5 10 13 1 SUNDAY ......... 5 31 6 2 1 5 41 6 0 14 | ton DA ........ 5 30 i 6 3 0 6 2 15I TUESDAY ...... 5 29 6 3 7 18 i 7 42 16 "WEDNssDAY ... I 5 28 6 4 8 6 i 8 32 17 I Taunss Y ...... 1 5 27 G 4 8 54 9 18 The difference In time between high water at the Ear and Bri?bn is I hour 45 mlnutes.: and Ipwdrich 5 hours 25 ainflcs, hich difference mut be added to the time of high water n the 3ar. Theessterly winds ontheoue. t the Bay, and the reshens in the river, often cause a variation from our table, but thlese are merely accidental, and governed by no known lawr. Those Subscribers to the Queenslaad Trime who do not receive their papers regularly, would confer a favonr on the Proprietors by immediately inform. ing them of the same.
ADVANCE NEW ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 11 October 1861
ADVACEL NEW Ewo.LDn.- An event this w'eek ree minds us of the days of the Horatii and Curatii. Th first triplicate birth, so far aswe are aware, that has hap pened in New England, occurred at Summer Hill, near Armidale, on Wodnesday last, when Mrs. J. W. Scholes bad three daughters. Dr. Skinner attended; and the mother and her daughters are doing as well as can be wished. Mrs. Scholes is only 19 years of age, and it is the more extrairdinary that this is her first confinement. -Arrmidale Express, September 28. The vWarrambool Erxaminer relates the following singu lar and fatal Accident which occurred in the neighbor hood of Glenonrmiton, near Terang, a fews days ago, by which a poor fellow named Thomas' Fardell lost his life. " 4 man named William Johns, at present kangarooing on Messrs. Black and Co.'s run, just before dusk noticed an object which he thought a kangaroo, and accordingly fired and struck it. On going up he was horrified at find ing the supposed kangaron a man, who at...
ADELAIDE. Tuesday, October 1, 6 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 11 October 1861
ADELAIDE. TuEsday, October 1,6 mi. The debate in the Legislative ; ouncil and the House of Assembly, on the motio nto suspend Mr.' ustice Boothby, stands adjourned. Flour, £12 to £12 5s.; best brands, £18 to£18 10e.: wheat, 5s. per bushel
[BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.] MELBOURNE. Saturday, September 28. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 11 October 1861
[Br Ercra?c~ Tmxoutr .] MELBOURNE. Saturday, September 28. The Oscar has arrived from Otago eithb &:tO oune's of gold. One hundredminers returned'by her,:who appear utterly disheartened, and report many others trying to get back. The country hithcrto opened is not capable of supporting the present population. G Mot distress was expected when the 10,000 that have ft fromVietoria are added to their number. Nothing doing. Monday September, 3oti. The Otago rush is entirely quelled to-day. TheBan" gatira steamer is taken off. Passages are irri ng at lbw rates. Returned miners report great hardships and privations ' The Pleuro-Pneumonia Commissioners report this: disease increasing along the Maurray `Diatriet:. :_
THE POLISH DEBATE. PROGRESS OF PARLIAMENTARY INDEPENDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 11 October 1861
THE POLISH IDEBATE. PeOOBESS OF PARLTAXLN'TARY IKD-rENDENCE. (From, the Liveyrpoo Albion, July 8.) Consciously or unconciousl, Parliament is reformine itselfin matters of far more momenotlhan the obliteration of old seats or the creation of new. The House of Commons has defied the Minister, and has refused to be countel out. The event took place on Tuesday, the 2nl of July, and is the fourth instance oflrebellion which it is our lot to record during the present sessiun. The first was on the 10th March, when Mr. Dunlop, the last gentleman to be suspected of an insurrectionary spirit, a man advanced in years, o' religious principle, of judicial habits, dared, in defiance of the united Government, to move for a Select Committee to consider the correspondence relating to Affghaoistan. Every means short of employing the Sergeant-at-Arms with 'is mace, or a company of the Guards to clear the House, was adoptedl, but in vain. The debate continued. A direct charge of forgery was made; sixty...
LIMITED LIABILITY COMPANY FOR THE SALVATION OF SOULS. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 11 October 1861
LItrEoD Lr I.InTy COMPANY FOw TAE SALVATION ai SooLS.--As we were passing the other day through one of the great pious charitable establishmhents in Paris, everal papers were pressed into our hands by sealous ract dietributersa and among'them a prospectas, i.i four pages, of a company (association) which has been formed ' for the deliverance of souls from purgetoi'y." The origin of this company is told in a feol words. A poor servant, who had saved a )ittle money from here wages, iresolved to give it, with her services for the rest of her life, to the Catholio Chburcs, for the relief and deliver ance of souls in paurgatory. Her example excited emu lation-so at leost we arc told in the prospecus--and suggested the idea of this company, which was formed inu887, and'if any of our readersare desirous of oh tahing shaUes, we cap recommend them to the central bureau; 95, Rue de Sevres, Paris. SWe are assured in the prospectus that the shareholders incur no liability P beyond their subscri...
CHRISTMAS RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 15 October 1861
CHRISTMAS RACES. A me ting of those interested in sporting matters was held at the Clarendon Hotel, on Friday evening last, to make the preliminary arrangements for carrying out the Christmas Raceo, the Jockey Club havisag declined the offer made to them to take the meeting under their management. ?Ir. P O'Sullivan was called to the chair, and invited sugreeions flom the gentlemen present. MTr. Ford recmmended that the racs should be post entrance, as be thlought that plan would bring more horses to the post than the system of requiring the eistrance to be sent in previously. Mr. Ross also supported the surgeetion. MIessers. Clone, Thompson, and Sherwin were in favour of the old system of covered entrances the night before the race, as they argued that if the other system were adopted, parties bringing horses on the course intendinag Ie enter thea; would refrain rfrom doing so if they found tlat any horse they considered superior to their own was entered. On being put to the meeting...
Local and District News. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 15 October 1861
ILoral anb i5:atrict eRWs. TatE MAIL Fon ENGLAND A3D EUROPE.-The mail per the P & O. Cos R. M.S. Salsette, will be made upat the Ipswich Post-offiee this evening; for registered letters and newspapers at six p.m., and for all other let ters at ten p.m. The Yarra Yarra is advertised to sail from Briabane on Saturday next, and it is intended to despatch a sipplementarv mail by her. Scmo L or ARTS DInCustloN CLASS. - A meetting was hield at the School of Arts last n;ght, for the forma. tion of a Discussion Class, and framing the rules thereof. Ofeers were elected, and the first meeting was fixed for Monday evening next, when Mr. Bostock will oplen the discussion with the affirmation " That the Southern States of America have a right to secede." OUTRAGE BY A BLACrFELLOW.-Aa outrage of a moet di.gusaing character was committed on Friday atter:oon, by a bisokfellow named Georsgey, upon the peran oft a Mrs. Ityan, residing near the Pound, at Little Ipswich. It appears that Mrs. iva...
AUSTRIA. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 15 October 1861
AUSTRIA. A communication made on the 23rd of August to both Houses of the Reichlrath at Vienna, in the name of the Emperor, explains the difficulties created by dthe HIungarian Diet, in insisting on the re-establishment of the laws of 1848; and, by the inadmissible formn in wlichh the demand was made, these laws encroach upon and prejudice the rights of the other nationalities of the Austrian Empire. The Emperor announoes his inten tion of maintaining the fundamental laws of the 20th of October and 26th of February last, because he con eiders the unity of the monarchy as the inviolable basis of the indivisihle empire. His Majesty further declares that he will not withdraw the concessions which he has made to Hungary, should Hungary not take part in the General Council of the Empire. The resolutions adpt ed by thLe latter will ieverthelese be binding upon the whole empire. The Emperor placens his confidence in the new diet, and finally declares that instructions hare been dispatched ...
CONTINENTAL AND FOREIGN AFFAIRS. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 15 October 1861
CONTINENTAL AND FOREIGN AFFAXILS. In Italy, Genmrea Cialdini was still successful. Every where throughout the Neapolitan territories he bhad succeeded in suppressing the attempted reactionary movements of the Bourboni'ts and their supporters. The new Italian Loan will be subscribed, and there I seems no grond for apprehension on the score of finances. The Italias Government has abandoned the parsspeort system. The HRngarian Diet is dissolved. The Diet has pro tested against theaet of the Empaerr as being illegal, arbitrary, and unconstitutional. The payment of tses will be enforced by the military. There seems to be no prospect of a peaceful solution of the Hungarian question. In fact, euch a prospect appears to be hopeless. The Croatian and Selavonian Diets have resolved not to send representatives to the Imperial Council ast Vienna. From Poland cmes intelligence that popular demon trations continue. There is much discontent at Warsaw, and vigilant measures of repression are still ...
EXPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 15 October 1861
EXPORTB. ODrasbrook: 20,000 ire brick,, part of original cargo. Prince Albert: 120 tone coals, Booth and Binney; 9 oase hams, W.'Barker; I ease clothing, Booth. Tl~te~~s apb'i ll leaie eth the European Mall, on Wedneoday afeernool. b y upDlementry Mail for Europe will be dePpatehed by the Yarra Yarrna on Satrday next. * The Clarence wall leave for the Northern Port thin afternoon at'three o'clock. The Clarence left Rookhampton on Tuesdy last, at one p.m. s Port Curtia on Wednesday, at two p.m.i Moryborough on Thursday, at two; rraved at the bar on Friday, at eight p.m., and at the wharf on Saturday, at aix L.m. The Boomerang (full of wool) was at Polt Curtis, and the Pearl in the Fitzreoy, bound for Sydney. The Jenny Lind waa in Port Curttia bound for Roek. hampton. Shea? hail-storm was eperienoed by the Telegraph of the Solitaries which lasted cf an-hour. Haitones as large as ben's eggo are reported to have fallen, doing some slight damage to the newly painted portions of the tease...
THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. THE FEDERALISTS AGAIN DEFEATED. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 15 October 1861
TflE AfluIOChN RVOLUTION. THE flEDOBRLIaTO MIrE DEFEATED. The American ems comes down to the ilth of August. Another battle has taken place, and the result has again been disastrous to the North. It was before reported that there had teen a great battle between the Confederates and the Federalists o n the 2ad of Alugust, and that the latter had again been defeated. This intelligence is now fully conirmed by news just received. The engagement occurred at Springfield. A foree of eight thousaad men..ude.the: ..benn. of .bh United States and commanded by General Lyon, encountered the Confederate army, said to have numbered twentr three thiusand, at Springfield. The result was the defeat of the Federal troops, with the loss ot eight hunndd killed and wounded. General Lybn was killed in the action. The Federal army retiredin good order to Rolls. The Seuthern Confederatee are said to have sustained heavy losses, but upto the present they appear to have had by far the bent of the contest in...
ENGLISH SHIPPING. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 15 October 1861
ENGLISH SHIPPINGO. ARRIVAEL Great Britain, on 4th Auguat, from Melbosne (6O drov.) 'Marmo Polo, on 21st August, from Melbourne, via Valperniso. Suseex, from Melbourno, May LS Suffolk, from Melboumrne, May 80 lHardwick. Laurence Brown. No arrivals from Sydney. SAILCO. For Sydney-sle of the South, Daphne, Naomi, Sax on, Annie Arehbill. For queensland--Perlia.
GENERAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 15 October 1861
GENERAL INTELLIGENCE. The weather has continued favourable, and the har vest is nearly eomp~eted in England. Leoounem trom ilotiad end Wies are not favormble. Her Majesty's Emigration Commissioners have given notice of their intention to receive tenders on Thursday, the 29th of August, for a ship to proceed to Moreusn Bay, Queensland, tq be ready for the r~ception of pan. assgers on such day as the commissioners may appoint between the 13th and 21st of October inclusive. Tlhe British Fleet is nowtat Naples, and has, it is re. ported, rendered assistance to the Italian Government against the insurgents. Dr. Baring, Bishop of Gloucester and Bristol, has been nominated to the vacant Bishoprio of Durham. Doctor Baring is succeeded by the Rev. William Thompron, Provent of Queen's College, Oxford. The East India Steam Navigation Company propose to borrow £;20,000 on debentures. The Rev. James Boe has been found guilty of the charge of having forged a cheque for £6000, and has been sentenc...
PERSIA FOR PORT CURTIS. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 15 October 1861
I'PERSIA FOR PORT CURTIS.. List ofexports per Persia, sailed from London July 18th, and trom Plymouth August 6th:-Agricultuaal implements, £20 ale and beer, in glass, 198 barrels; apparel and slops, £33: cottons. plain, £85; coals and -oke, 150 tons; corks, 8 Ibe.; earthenware, £42: hard ware and ironmtngery, £515; hats, 1trmw, £4' ; leather wrought, £615 ; gaelaniaed iron, 18 tonls; nails. 9 tonss; Oilmen's atoares, £19 t; paints and varnisl, t80 plated and papier mache goods, £25; salt 51 tons ; bromdy 39 gallonsa ; rnum, 98 gallons; upholstery and forniture, £876; wine, red, 57 gallons ;. wire white, 145 gallons. WANSFELL FOR BRISBANE. List of exports per Wansfell, Caltsain o.les,717 tons, sailed from Gravesend, July 28 :-Agcrieltrsl ituple. ments, £245; ale and beer, in bulk, 112 barrels ale alnd beer, in glass, 62 barrels; apparel and aloas, £B17 ; books, £2"0; brushware,e £100; oandles, 13 ow;.: cot tone, plain, £35; eoofectionery, £68 : drugs and elte micals, £18; earthenware...