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ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 14 January 1862
ENGLAND. The unuromising aspect of the political horizon hea produced a very uneasy feeling in England The Bank discount rates have heen reduced to three per cent. Consols were at 94j There was little ,tteration in Colonial Seeorities New Sooth Wales Five per Cents were quoted at 99 to 100. Sydney. Teantairv 11th. An Extreordinary of the Sydney Morning Herald jest published, contains very itoonrtaut Enighlsh news, broncht by telegraph dia India. Serious diflietfriea havse arisen behatween the Go vernment ol Great Britain and the Federal Govern ment of the Northern States of America, and there is much reason to fear that they will not be arranged except hy an appeal to arms. A feeling of great uneasinress prevails. Coneole have fallen one anld a quasrter per cent. POSTSCRIPT. A postscript to hetplegram hqesjusthren pub lished. It is rnmonred tlhat war has actually heen dlenlared; the ruth of te re)pom, however, is not .oCehbed for. Great excitement prevaile The.financial difficulties...
VICTORIA. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 14 January 1862
VICTORIA. ~~~1 (From The Argus.) We have beenfavoitred with a hunch of the dowers of the Oaerthamus tinctortia, or the sai iwer'ofcom meree, grown in the garden of the honorable William Hull, M.LD., at Hichmond. and highly esteemed for its properties in dyeing. Mr. Hull sent tepeceimen of th. flowers to Mr. Joseph Boeaisto, a chemist, who reiorts that the' dy9'e mnaterial obtained from them is folly eqtal to that of the same species of p!amnt enltivated in Snaln and L vant. A srample'of wiool dred with tda Oarthtmus from Mr. Hutiusgarden accomplatried the flowers. The hue is a brilliant carmine. Mr. Hull intendato extend his cultivation'of the plant, which thetiea little doubt mnight he made a valuahle 'sddition to oat exporta. H:e statesi that the CaItzamus has beed?ngrowitig in his glarden for ffteenr year.. The Board tor the P oedtitpitol the Aborigines is it present engaged itiatadk of great'interest It is but too evident that ihbe naitiveas are fast pbsitig away, and-from their...
(From the Courier.) Wednesday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 14 January 1862
*(fls the Cearter.) Wednesasy EVening. The Queensland Border'a?s?oms' BU1, which has been introduced, merely empowers the Governor of this colon, to enter into.a treaty with the Governor of Queenslanl on the ouhieet. Messrs. Mort and Co. have sold the etatios of GoondS burra, in your.colony, zith 21,t00l sheep, at 21si. fd. per head, and fifty shillings per head for cattle The plr hasled land to be tt~ea at coit price, and the Storos, &o., at valuotion. The Assembly has aholiahed the offiee of oornonrr threuohout the colony, with the exception of the district of idnoey. The eatimated revenvefor the year achibits a deflelit of £70,000. £20,000 were voted for immigration puar pomos. The ifTimnrond has arrived from Coalifornia with a mixed cargo of oats, barley, wheat, and flor. Sugac have advanced £2 per ton in prioe.
SUPREME COURT SYDNEY. IN RE ALEXANDER KEITH COLLINS. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 14 January 1862
SUPREME COURT SYDNEY. Ir Re ALEXANDER5 EITl Co INf. Thlisrule was. ~ ,id iseued atthSorder of h Court itself, cslling.upon Mr. ColiiseM show cause why a$on,ttachment should not be i(sed :?gainst him for iaving made. a false return to a wit of rab"eas corpu . in: reference, to lhe blsk boiy, Tommy, alre4dy referred-to. The writ :e beien issued upop n a.fi, it by.Mr. Daavid. ?Ruseell mhi~s.~ ise~~izpnsobae eej Lo9bim hy Mir. Collins of his (Collioi) having carried off the yfby f ot enae :rol» hiU irntA snobd trbe The teot of thlretnrta was ,tb»$.. Oollins had reoIved the bltk hov from the tfthsf Of the latter with the Herif't free will of Ibth ael'nw.t u4d c)ild. There was not, hiowecer, any aliIavit in 'uplipot of this r turn 'Th ret'ur t, the writ' iy MI. Oollins and th., effidorit of Mr, Russell, have abreadly been ,.nhlihed in extenoseo in the colunibs Of the lr. Darrvall, 9 ,- Mt. Martin, and Mr. Isaaes now appeared toeliow cause a.ainst. thde rui6. * T.e Respondent's couoseloiij...
THE ENGLAND ELEVEN. [A passenger, by the Great Britain steamer, has kindly furnished the following description. published in the Great Britain Miscellany."] [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 14 January 1862
THE ENGLAND ELEVEN. (A possenger, hy the Great Britain steamer, has kindly fu-rnised, the following description. pahisled ia the' Great Briaito Miseeelany~."] Witinout firther.preface. we will now proce?d to give a slight desrription of the capabilities of the players and of the different points of the game they represent. . First then upon the list stands the Captain (selected li the eleven themselves). I. H. STEPBRENaIr w as a cricketer stands pre.emi. nent, being the next best wicket.keenewr .to.the renowed Lockyer; n good bat of terrific hitting style, and as a howler, without doubt, one of the most pnzzling f4st bowlers known;, when; at all on the spot, which this last season has scarcely been the :case. Hie style is not of the must elegant, tbhoigh his knowledge of the game and teaching i thereof isseldom exeelled, and (we quote the words ,f Henry Marshall, Esq., President 'f the Surrey Cluh), we doubt if the Eleven had.had choice of many mure than they did if they could have ...
THE EXPLORATION PARTY. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 14 January 1862
THE EXPLORATION PARTY. The followirng depetobsee have been received, by Dc Macadam; from Meauindie, abd published in Melbourne: "Menilndie, Darling Diver, Oct.15, 1861. "Sir,-We do ourselves the honor to enclose to you a despatch from Mr. Howitt, according to proniee made previously to obtain it if planted at a point given, via., at the epot werehe left Mr. Burke's track. We were oni our return from a trip round Bullk and the adjacent country. The enclosed was planted on Porio Creek, at AiMr. Howitt's twentieth camp fromn Menindie, near Mr. Burke'a iftieth camp from Melbourne. The tree was marked AII conjoined over XX, the broad arrow pointing north.wret--in the direction Mr. Howitt was going; close by, on tle same tree, was DIG, N (north) under, XVI[ yde.under. The despatch was placed in an old cartridge tin. We crossed Mr. Howitt'a track previously (on the 19th September), on a creek called by the natives Yanburrews, thie treack leading north went, straicbht for Mr. Burke's second...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 14 January 1862
o. 4la. AN ACT TO SIMPLIFY THE LAWS RELAT ING TO THE TRANSFER AND ENOUM BRANCE OF FREEHOLD AND OTHER INTERESTS IN LAND. [ABeENTED TO 7TR AUoUBT, 1861.] (Coetlinuedfrn ear tst.) No entry to be made in register book afeeting lands in respect to which caveat contiones in force. 101. So long as pny caveat shall remain in force prohibiting'the transfer or other dealing with land, the Registrar-General shall not enter in the register book any memorandium of transfer or other instru. mont parporting to transfer or otherwise deal with or affect the land, estate, or interest in respect to wichi such caveat may be lodged. Registrar-eneral may cancel caveat upon proof that the interests of parties have been satisfied, or that the interest of the eavcator is inadequate to warrant the cavest. • .. .,?La ur est which may be lodged under the p?dfit'itis hereinbefore contained, may be cancelled by the Registrar-General upon its being proved to hIis satisfaction and that of the Master of Titles, tha...
BARNEY SHEEHAN'S ESTIMATE OF THE QUEEN. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 14 January 1862
BatrnEY SnEwna's Esc'a IM m OP THE QuOWN.-The special correspondent of the Standard,during tile Queen's visit, Ihas the following reference to some proceedings at the Town Council of the city of Cork :-" Mr. Bernard Sheehan, the gentleman who pronounced the eloge upon her Majesty, is a member of the Cork Town Council, whose otherwise dull sod uninteresting proceedinge he is wont to enliven by his amusing gaucheries and eeentri cities. Mr. Sheehan owes his popularity amtoongst the Corkonianso, as it would seem, to Isis strong sympathiies with the poor, and the energywith which he denounces the rich; on one remarkable occasion giving point to this sentiment by attacking, in language suitable to the circumetances, the wicked 'Davisa.' mentioned in the Scripture ' problem,' who refused to give a few crumbs to the unfortunate 'Lasarum." The honorable coun cillor's large heart, indeed, baits for the poor and oppres sed of all treeds, and, although he is a warm Papist, to his creditheit sa...
IPSWICH MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 17 January 1862
* IPS WICK MUNICIPAL 00OUNOIL. The usual weekly meeting took place on Wednes., day afternoon. Present-the Mayor, and Alderpoen O Malley, Johnaton, Clune, Watkins, and Gorry,, NOTICESOP. MO . . By Alderman Clunes-" That applicatioso be ca for.to fill the olfco of TtwnOJerk four waeekbeford the prasent towo ?0?eys term of oSce expiree. " By the Mayor :-"That a premium of £iObe paid??or a plan oha specifloation of a Ton ,hal, uajct to Use approvi of the Cosncil ; the 4epee of bailding not to exceed £1200, and onsbe adoptlon obthe plan tenders to be at once invited for the erection of earns." By Mldenuso O'Jsloall :L."ihast tlns Overseer of Works be instructed to cu two tot, more or less, tf that portion of Brisbane-streetlying between Mr. Reeve's and the North Star Rote?l"
SUICIDE.—CORONER'S INQUEST. VERDICT OF "FELO-DE-SE." [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 17 January 1862
-. SUICIDE.-CORONER'B INQUEST. .TEDICT OF "FZLO-DE-sE." On Wednesday msraing, the 15th instant, Mr. G. Thorn received information by a special smessenger that Richard Idams, who had been for some. tism. in his emplye as an overseer at the Normanby station, had camu mitted snicide by poiaening himaslf. The deceased had been absent from the station for about a week. duoing which time he had been drinking, and it is supposed that, whilst eofering from tel effects ofoaer-induigenc he cenmmittd the rash act which ended his life. The following is the evidenen takeubefore the Coroner (Dr. Rowhsade) iand a jesy at Normanby on Wed nesday:- ".. . Ernest Elton, being duly sworn, states,-I am a work . log boy on Mo'. Thorn's station at Kornanhy; the de ceased was overseer of the station ; about half-past five o'clock last evening se crone home to the station, after having bhen away for about a wseek; he then appeared to ho much in his usual statet he was quite soeh.r abont seven o'eloek this mo...
TUESDAY, JANUARY 14. Before the Police-Magistrate and Dr. Challinor. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 17 January 1862
THESD.rAs JANUARY 14. Before the Police-Magistrate and Dr. Challinor. John Wilson was charged by Charles Frederick Chubb with assaulting himin his ofsec in Bell-Street5 on Saturday last. Mr. Masalister prosecuted. Charles Frederick OCubb being duly sworn: Is a soaliitor practising in Ipswih: uenows defendants has been angagedagainst him in the court in an ejectmest case; Mr. Thompson acted for defendant s was not in any waybagaged for'defendant; .abogt half-past twelve on Saturday was in his honse defendant walked abruptly into hi4 uoce; he asid "Chubb I suppose you want costein lis affair between me'and Gossett ;" he said he didnotbuh Oly wanted what was fair, Mr. Gosset to paybritneis Witness mentioned to Wilson that he wtas awtreiharstd?lce would not let him a house, which was because Fna childrenacommit'ed snoh damage; he replied it was a d-d leo witness said ho wanted no rows in Ihis oflee, and ifn ae.ould not conduct himself as agentleman he had bettarleave; Wilson said -he wo...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 17 January 1862
. A .... J.:?€WORLD FORG -L .H2 OOMKOJ 5AlueG. Ats a9 vsoy well for a Oali tQ laa o . But wat tHi hi, wee i ' oatoniiishg to leg t wh??sb, isfunmd, getting low, ,..,!,Aed 'oraitunensacloseeon hl, t'e? k, Edlklend, t ht whom o arg is thenrl'd " . is? ... .ends whhpo a frown, Aind ther ips, wbon hey ameet him, with poorn wll be ?'vaivMd in the wortd for a go~od many years : •'.And I's ss~n a:ew th;ing. an :nq 0024 lad the mano w~,o, when he of" l'ideud'e trouble-1bes0, Br.npn the. puroe that relisvas and with sympathy Dot 'wh thinb the same, c12enue r h o a mn a An. when he.,. not orowo ? -Althe hoitlea st y who think themeelr9e men, J?Lsh's'hea',i saydt'spgeoB ltol;veiivin, That theit' I Anwewpavpeo Icrasktin ~~ d reye; What he thi he wold--e iill'ittteuy slgh, And I'll wager he'll tell you, and telI ou~ninlie, .Thatit kicks ?t?mma whenhea -down. ' -ethl Sholo . . . Wurowonuu. WIv bwatineA lut? .' bi d by the Proprietor, Yl ml a,J..:r?- :.Wl4: S.n,. ..?,. . an•
BRITISH BANQUETS. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 17 January 1862
,, BareSH BAxQtKrsTIn old tiniesiwhe.Eiglisn& intn were realjyJovial, the conviviality wouud.have begun to' wag warm. with the. deseart, and the eventpg.would have presented a se0ne of verygeenu. ins,%f pot.very refined enjoy.ment...Aectaflincly, in ?"r...d]6t; thk itatitine i"|hithlarcil. y followedI,, andi 'a'ith the 'deuMt tn8mtrne'ih? thf formalities of jollty. Every convivial precedent Ia edruaulously bb'nered. ntho btlng cup goa 'grimnly routnd-a 'fomesi lp .dacing the old hearty dnrtglt. A company uf rglee.singer'go, thtaauwh a' mumber ofs?rtirthttti sags w lted ityand the ¢.pnnpaeyliiten wlth grathev.itdt y.. Then coma the pe~eches 'If yu itlk round you at' the brginning 'hf the'deehiort'yoti tiy'.euery here and there Awiung the vow of heated prhylaoniialeM five or six peculiarly rueful viages. heie are the. tnforttnatee who have received the'tnfarmation'that they will have to make a speech. They .know perfectly well the smtertiq at t p the r altaty tpntofreiea,. ana...
Commercial. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 17 January 1862
Ea.?n.?.itdal. -Mr. cckbunt reports the sale of 1000 apiulden ewes at 14.. 64. per head; 1000 agel ewes at 8s.,~nd? hesd of hoees. atan asverage of £? 1s. per head.1-b -Sb-- - The followig wool has been reeied~ 1 m. W. H s l't orth 8 d8to LW; 1 dit1 St..-lsiws 40 dittos H&D in diamoad; bThi II g y tnceha been rioe7iw 7f@r. wee4-SreA tth stte oikaes. W. dj sad Co. GRE le s pkasH 40 Isles woal, €+REL?Otilto, ?n*?ou,..From the stor?. of 341amui. Go6. hi. Wileon and Co.-14 bales *ool, KE1 15 ditto, WYFK; 1.bale andi ease wool, GD india. mond: 118 hidea,'8 eaksatallow, KW. ]Bromthe stores af Mr. H. V. Hasaell-19 belpe wool, B'3in squarej 55 ditto,'_t..o01laiS8 ditto, M&D.. From the stores of Meesrs. Panton and Co.-8 bales uheepcn Syds. Ira the stores of Mr... Marphy-- ale wool, Mss.