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SATURDAY, JANUARY 11. JOHN HARRIS v. DAVID SEMPHILL. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 17 January 1862
BATOAVT, Jkseunsa 11. . omr kni?rs v. DAVWD B5EMPt .L. •illegal detentiin'-6f property". Michael Ford sworn Has seen the bullock in te polieesyard; has not seen it since it was a calf; branded at s his property, and it now has his brand; has a pad Joek on the other side of the river, and when eaysing, turned it out with sevenihead more; about nine mont51 age sold this bullock to Mr. Harris; heuno doubt about $?)e*mad; them are two fresh brands on his shoulder; nacerelistesil ofthis bullock toefone.hbt Haris:. By MHr. Chubbh: In the brandlikeF, he could not sty wbtherhit had the sails to the top atcoke and the middle, but it might have been buert off; it had tails on when ghe calf was branded; can only ewear to the bullect 'by the brands; thought h iid recogoce its heads brand asl?,M as the abt " sever saw the h ornm the time he wed'i bdld tilt now; Harris knenby rstles; part of the bullecks ear is off now; a gpod stoeng bulloskis worth £15 or £50, an inferior one is met wurtlso mueh...
CALIFORNIA. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 17 January 1862
SCALIFORNIA. We have San Francisco papers to the 28th of October. *The only news of importance relates to the completion of the lelegraph between New York sind Cslifornii. The Daihy Ala in noticing thisreftE, says:-The great wolk which .ppAnsk *ootinent, and is the Iodegest line in the whildq was - p) on thdtjtk ib'tant,sad en the 23rd thfe fiitthrpoh mepoakes. were transmitted. The first from California was a message fromm eland Mtanftrd, Goovernorelect, to the Presideas) transmitted by )r. unlde.. An interruption had beenqu.eal to the sending of sneseages. by the secessionists in Missouri destroying theteleuraph line of the company. It will take '(slds thi Ala), a few days to tbt &nec line if 2800 nldes in'wneee rudltar w orking drner;so we mtoust be patient a little wfle, wheit wed ?heli be nibhe iegeuar receipt of daily delijIhka, 'fromn l'w York,Whcnidd ini.c 4hict l be laid s ni a Kint a ot-a?? suc oiinsr creted a seston 'y hry pmvii dhe iraenen ltmperot hQi bs r ? hn~...
SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 17 January 1862
8tI?IEY. tsttement of the Conaslidste Reveue of the eoiiono New South Wslee.n s heapeeial funds in?o int rnb~lW~ht iu netessn? 1 lspuissb~je o~ds~u Paisethis aitateteent tpCgon rloeb r teutp n oiy debent-eus alsoeld reseue ooehpte?" ~behe asn r dostilled in the coani ute.rl detd, harybbears out the noeforsth~e rmete e inemagse endis eitimate? Aelmilir statement of the -o ende for theuyears 180e and 186o lu dlso itwa, ai" e galion. Tea.amount oe revence debved duris, hse beer 1860 dise,168 s e. 0. During thear 1 86! the r~eepts amounted to £1,455,7780s8.wih distln im the o n? harb on thu e feea Thoh Is mu very? oifa1859y .at7eteit itliceiughI hadlyo beer s ouot the e-delne o de- .i of lee hais tm beng In thendreenue, but onmost ofar t.he ,.omthe headsof evad~se ther is, ali'n?.ght:_ hav sot3 te Wddt Stem QuenmFn..U~? In dere Janurs 8tmat. Asi r f t.. ehone fubo tibe s to the nde"18 "s flo sveo d-e ar8 wase£,18sea. l,. ..aving h .
IPSWICH POLICE COURT. FRIDAY, JANUARY 10. Before the Police Magistrate and J. P. Bell, J.P. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 17 January 1862
- 1PEWIOR POLICE COURT. Fee -,r, ,tostr 10...... .. Before the Police Magietrate and J. P. Bell, I.P. George Fairciloth v, rd. Iton.- Illegal detention of housee servie of totieeon defendant to quit having been proved, a verdict as areturned for plaintiff with £5 5s. naste. R. Farquhar v. D. Mad 3. Mdeonnell,-£27 7s. 9d. under the Maotere' aad6ereante' Act; the case was die minsed as the contrabt between the parties had not been .. m iehv..eege Hallam.--Catale StealiagyPe. nvation Art; postponed to 12th ApriL Daniel Mahoney y, Mary Sein.-Aesanlt; defendant btdrequested from plaantiffthe loan of a mangle, and it being resased, she aeanulted him. Guilty-fined £5 and n. ednto.
ABSTRACT OF SALES BY AUCTION. THIS DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 17 January 1862
ABSTRAOT 0O' SALES 33! AUOTION. Tars DAY, Dy Moeers. Fmatomes and Co., at the Corporation Sale-yards, at 12 o'olook, horaes. By Mr. ALIORD, at his Bale-yards, Toowoombe, at 2 o'clock, thorouphbred and other valuable horase. SATUnoAYT, JAVUARY 18. By Messrs. MAcusKZI and BoWLAJD, at theirAuotion M,.rt, Biebaneo-stroet, at 12 and again at 4 o'clock, earthonwayc. DgyMr. EM. a'oclxfaca,at the Corporation SaelYarde, at 11 o'clock, 44 head of hores.
THE QUARTER'S REVENUE. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 17 January 1862
THE QUARTER'S EE HENU&. Conmpeaufe .Saisement ef the £onsotsdateed Remasu of dtse Colon3 of Gswsdsauoi and of the h8peciat Fundq paid into the Treasury, at Briabane, during the QOartern ended 8lat Oecember, 1800, and 81st December, 1861, reepectively, chowing the Increase or Decrease under each head thereof Quarter Quarter Hxtn op REvEaxg ox enled ended aCzwt . I8?41. . Dec., 31it De, 1860. 1861. Customs: .5 a. d. & . 8. Spirit. .... ... 10095 10 8 11524 2 7 Wine ... 1164 4 6 1191 8 8 Al?, poter, anad lcer oa all oorta .... 205 15 0 844 0 4 Tobacco .. ... -. 4185 12 0 8216 18 2 Ten .... . 13989 0 6 1484 8 6 Surgannmdlsnems ... 2817 3 4 2233 10 0 co chocolate,sndeonoa 151 9 8 237 8 9 Opium ...... 1410 311 1 11 * 21144 0 6 20402 -811 LAND RNWvWfl Proceeds of land sales ... 15565 8 7 19563 8 9 Rentsofland .... ... 1395 4 10 8428 5 7 Aoseosment on ?ens 1198 1 3 1022 5 0 Survej of Runs .. 91 0 0 . 7 0 0 18950 4 8 24990 19 4 POTAGE ... 1819 17 8 1830 19 6 To wholesale apir...
DIARY. MEMORANDA FOR THE WEEK. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 17 January 1862
DIARY. araxesaMaM 100 103 #331 J.o 3.10. Wb l, t. .o .- JAyoeld . "DI "n ss.r s by gos, k n orn. owAn rl. 151 0&Y0500Tv .... I 2016 0 0 4111I 0' 1 ugo 50 IOSJODAT ..... 0V?i 0 lI.l 4f. I 00a SOO I K iioLT...... 0 0030ie531 0-101 004? st t ~VTDL, ..... ,if O 0 I, 33 2sI 0 I 2 40 11._¶ TaWrnoo*X .. I S MgIG 6 SI 1 to 1 243 The daereses Sintimse atwee high water at the law s i FBdsbane 1st hour 45 Jinutes, and Ipawlch 1 h.our 20 m2nutia, ohich dloreor©e soust ho added to the time. ofhtg water on the Olar. Thereiterty winds on the toast of the Boy, iS~d.thO loallhas In the ftyer, often suSeO •vsarI~ton from our lobe, b1ut those ame soerely so~edsotal aOS goremed by no koown law. FRIIDAY, JTANUA'RY 17, 1862;"
OFFICIAL NOTIFICATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 17 January 1862
,OFFICIAL NOTIFICATIONS. (From the Goeerners GaCette', 11th asnn 14th instant.) Parliament stands prorogued to the29thof April beot, when it is to meet, for despotch of business. St. George Richard Ore, eq., has beeegsppointed Sepretary for Public Lands and Works, also a member of the Executive Council. The Governor, with the advice of the boeautivo Council, has doclared the Secretary of Public Lands and Works capable of being elected a member of the Legisla tive Assembly. The Hon. William Hobbe, M.L.C. has resigned his meat as a mesnber of the Executive Council. The Lock-up at Ipswich is peoclaime& to be a public p.ison for the seception and detentios of prisioness corm mited for trial at the assises. The following Town userves have been made (indefea sible) :-Bassns Reserve, I square mile, in the LTtlh. hardt Disttleto Taroom Reservo, l square miles,oncthe right hank of the lRier Dawson. Arrots crsxrs.-Frederick Eawlins, Esq., to .be Police Magtstrate of Drayton, Toowoomba...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 17 January 1862
SALES BE AiTIC' ON. 44 HEAD OF HORSES, FOR SALE EYPUEIO AUOTION. 1 M. COCKBURN has received instructions to * Sell by Public Auction, at the Corporatlot Sale Yards. On SATURDAY4 the 18th Instant, at i! o'clock precisely. -'44 HEAD OF HORSES, from Mr W. C OalmeABL's well-nown Stud on ?the Hunter Rivee. Among them arc 28 broken-in, -nd the vem:?nder are first-rate brood Mares and Fmnag'Bttock Terms, Onah. 119. QUEENSLAND. Ie~*tto Mellne , Oayieolisla, Specudatora, and -. deeinss wf securing a Comfortaiie the whole of the Valuable Property known .aa , THE HWEEE u?[ ?S. sand MtIIaNG-DOWN ESTABLISHMENT, A. d o.O ACRas of LAND, TO BR- SOLD -Y .PUBLIO AUGTIN H I. COCKBURN haas eceived instructions * from Jojeph Pleming, BEs., to Sell by * ei t HE,, GROUND, On WEDNESDAY,, the: 18th FEBRUARY, at 11 o'clock pipcisely, The whole of the Valuable Property kuowu sa THE #REMER NrLLS, consisting 4t STEAM FLOUR MHIL, STEAM SAW MILL, ~3ILINfG.DOWR ESTABLISHMENT, ,and OO0&cres~of .rich alluvia...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 17 January 1862
Egbc Oucuwstleub timws. TERMS: Suasctctvvaot-O-.The amount of submeriptcloa to the . ealeneand Timne.is Seven Shillipe anda Singpeiee per quarter, if paid in advance, or Eikht Shillinieend e iz pene credit. 'The quarters ierminae oneahe0mth Sep tember, S1lt December,.81t March, and 20th .Juneat which periode enip can anhuebsrtere dedittie, by greang aoniee, and paying the amount due to cte end oC the ,.current.quarter.----------.... .. . Single copier, Sixpnih. - . AD.vSTismfEea rB are moa.eted ierding tO the tot. Tio Itlc....... ........... .. .. ' Four lines....... ....... 0 Si[ linee ...............................* .6 Ilight ilere,..;........."....'...?.."$e 'Every additiona eight knee :..A.A..i...t 0 The foll winDi&,ciotIant allowed on ~alI a4trclde. Smernts econti , r F PorE lonectiona ..... ... ... 0 pecent. 18 ,, ..... ?....... .. Ir" ,. , 6 . . ..... 5., , *-All pflvertisempata jnnt ,P . on the faee of, them 'the nn?ih ir of times th a, to 16 %eatcd, r t * e oiintin...
DEPARTURE. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 17 January 1862
DEPARTUeRE. January 11.-DBoomerang, stenamer, 850 tons, Captain Ohatfeld, fur Sydney. Passigers-Two in the seer. IMPORTS. Samson; Ibsk, 1 crate eartheware, T. O. Sydney: sot. beg soe, bags makne, 2 cases saddlery, 60 boxes aoap, G. H. Wilson; trunk, 1 parcel, Hasseel & Co.; I case, 1 bale paper, D. Hunt; 1 cask, . Harvey; I cease sxes bundles ironmbugery, 1 psel baskets, S cases, I package brooms, 2 bagp sale, 1 bor asap, 1 bale lines, 1 box blue,! case cosest E. W.lRobineon; 1 oles, a. Buckley, 4asefruit. C. W. Hunt; I esase, W. B. Tooth:' 1 funne, 1 aerewgaek, 4 atone-rings. 1 sheet curbs, W. Gray; 1 parcel, tester; I crate earthenwa-e, M'Kensie and Boylsud; 8 tap en,; S easses oilmen's stores, 1 barsm], 2 kegs apples, I 4 1 bag salt, 1 box boots, Hassell & Co.; 1 bale, Jaoba & Low; 1 parel, 3b. Baseman; I parse!, E,.de StJean; 1 p Oribb &Poote.
NEW ZEALAND. INDICATIONS OF A RENEWAL OF HOSTILITIES: MOVEMENTS OF THE TROOPS. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 17 January 1862
X4EW ZEALAND. INDICGAfONS OP A -ENEWAL OP HOSfl L[TIER: MOVEMENTS OF'THE TEOOPd. By the Crishna, Captain Morris, we have thirteen days later from Auckland, her dates being to the 20th ultimo. Tie &uiher0e Cross of that date reports the visit of. his Excellency Sir George GSey to .tbe Waikaitos as follows: -The Governor returned from Waikalto on Wednesday evening. The native meeting at Kohanga had come off, but we are not yetin aposition to put our readers in possession of the ietails of the business transacted there. The Uppeiliver natives were norvepresented, and slthough?-triendly feeling was Matwn 0y toose present and his Excellency. was well received, as we anticipated., affairs' remain much in selta gun. At the smie tihie. action has been determined on, awld itaws in or ers yesterday for a portion of the troo~s to proceed, as soon as possible, on a read. makitig ezpe.lition in the direction of Mannnats. .wpirl. Tha,'ifferent detachments, including those atrPolnt ?h?vali...
Local and District News. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 17 January 1862
Kora[ aub Uitri0ct Newz. -EPAr?-U'R .F TEE KAIlt FOR ENOLAO. .- t is announced atthe Ipswich Post-Offee that the English and intercolonial maih will be male up stde day,-for registered letters and newspapers, at . pmn., and for ether letters at half-pastose. A WOOSDEOWUL Dcsoovarr.-Whe orpormatin have, just diseoovered what every ratepayer in the town has known for months yqst, "that the me emplot by the Corporaoton are a ec of asiss,' and that St is ' better for them to make an alteration than to letanotoy moum esribblers take .them to task." They have also made another discovery.; and that is that the men are their masters, for they do as-they lke. Not contest with the reduetion of their time to eight haueg.and a thal? holiday on Saturday, they took the two hours lately allowed them from the half ilay which they should have worked, ao that the Corporation would have to. pay a fall day's wage too two hears work. Truly good masters make good men, and ere vera. AccE.rs.-On T'uesday a...
TASMANIA. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 17 January 1862
TASMANIA. A BoasIsLE Cast.-Last Friday Iorninog a most horrible outrage wes perpetrated on the person of Mes. Browne, wife ofr Mr. Wm.. Browne, of 8pring-hill Farm, West Tamar, by her oon.in-law, William Wurttey. He overtook..her on a bush road,.at.some distance from thelush Inn, Gravelly, and after stabbing and ilusing her in a most horrible manner he committed a rape upon her person, and would doubtless have murdered her had not a lad on horseback happened to coine near. The wretch immediately made off. Assistance having been procured the unfortunate woman was conveyed back to the "Bush Inn," where she received every attention, and was then forwarded totown. The poliee tern quickly on the alert and soon raptured Worthey. who was brought up at the Police Conrt yesterday before Win. Gunn, Esq, P.M., and after the evidence of the unfortunate woman hadtbeei taken, he was remandes4 until next Saturday. At the request of the. magistrate we shall not publish the evidence until the case i...
ITALY. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 17 January 1862
ITALY. The Italian Parliament reassemlled on the 20th November, anntht final propositlons made to the Pope, and rejected by him, have been communicated to the Chanhber. The following Is a momma4- t'The Pope and Cardi ail are to preserve their digmtyand lnviolhlty. PoXull libertyts granted to the Sorereign Pontiff as to hin acts, or Divinetights as chief of the Church. The Pope is empowered to aend Nunelo to communicate with the hishops of the faithful, nail' to convene -n'qsedann couneile without the intervention of the Goveernnent. The Sing of Italy renounced his right in erspect of ecclesiastical benefices. The Italian Goveennent re linhuishes all right of interference in the nomenation of bs?hops. The King of Italy will guaranteete the Pope a certain:revenne.
THE CIVIL WAR IN AMERICA. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 17 January 1862
THRk IVIL-'VARU TR MERlCAt We are indebted to Captain eflornot, ?f 1 ale of Fran -e, for rewa from Newirk o . nd iWa?ejg., toon t the 24th of October, being-sixteen days later thitan previous atdviesa. ? ,. - -. ' , The newO from the seat of wari-wbich. comes by telegraph, via COdifornia, I?'of the same .thdecided and fragmentary nature as fore months past-im mense preptra.tioJ. If the papers.ati talreridlted.: hut little activity in p6abing ot the Wt"6"Mg as of belngi i earnet.. TlIeI Bo ralqi#e W jre rnl ofhO'ctoi her remarks, oni the tprasent'satt pt)mattefrfl, Ae rica to-" Teaterdety we i&feWtT Iiitftr nflIciteia from the lta hk.'-h- $tthftiilttihlble news to the Union cfuse comea,gastual frn.sMNiesoorl. There has been anothei surre nlir iod'etentl fo~res. S"Tt appeaip that-an ttackJ lwa,.leeQa.~de bf the c(mfede atee ou. the forte at Hatteras They were hpulsed with great loss 'a inutherdt thb Aite'nmyra of the enemy were sunk, and 70)0 of.he ~rbels drownie. . . • The ac...
WANDERINGS IN TROPICAL AUSTRALIA. No. I. [PRELIMINARY.] [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 17 January 1862
WANDERINGS IN TROPICL AUSTRALIA. No.1 I. .(re?s tle BSneyda Morning Herald.) n1aarnaAay.1 ,. I't a lon bees k.nownthat,.he.reefs of.Torres .trait and.the.N.E. coast of Australia produced iti •a.nndance that valuable commercial drticle called hece*Fe-mer, s kind of muirine slug of: large size which, whenrpoperly cured by boiling and dryig, flnds a redy tnkrketin Chinas, ?here"it fetches Sat.rdi t a other inddiifoos, at the f? r£ ? on. The' idanda of r'acit were lisenown to #oducicttortoisjel sli'.el~l_ b.f, pUpe?. rior..jnsiityB.d ,aon : re" ently. ~ ip lctity a one but under cspps#a?n.ederiflg it probable-that it existed in gsaerulenty eeewkere.alone the coast.. These morsidertionn.indnsed$[es??v. Jantes. Paddon and Co.,of Poart FraeF ce.:to enter into a commercial .picealationa having forite 'object' £'sarch for the three articles enumerated abae; -with the inten'tiod, .faisflciet-enen rgement tiffereilin "inearlv stage, 'iffllovlwnl f,'p vi arbusly. 'Bus!t ntyenpntion. ij :ub *pti...
(From the S. M. Herald's Correspondent.) GOULBURN. Tuesday evening, 7 January. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 17 January 1862
Prom . e S. _. Has .vepdeaL) OOULBURN. Tuesday evenIng, V Jauna•y. e escorts 'ave arived with the following nts:--Braidwood, 1228 ese. 4 dwts. 9 gre.; ugoog, 1872 ose. 11 dwe6 2 gre.; Kiandra, ss. 14 dwts. 4grs. here has been quite an excitement in town to caused by ,many people mI8icg flhiratkma iand under the diew laud regularilYs. Theme i?about .eighty applicatlhas, twen~ty of :wIShIh ;to be s?ttled by let. The proced realised I e not yet heard, but must be vey considerable. he weather the last fewdays asbeen very hot; erday the thermometer marked ntlneyoerght in shade. 'to-dayTt is much cooler, and at ?reent loudy, like rain. MELBOURNE. he Norfolk ,lbrings.iatel ge tht l.ts. ..hen twenty-cue guns, had the pennant hoisted the 26th "Octobesr Is ?Portsnouth' docyard a. ship for Commodore Buirett, on the lan tion: - the. Aut.alia he Sydney eleven are all weli'abd are In gdod tits. Their practice on the ErOerildflJgiround ay was very go$d. :The Melbmrne. oric'ket: und looks well. rad...