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THE NEURALITY QUESTION. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 17 January 1862
* THE NEUBALITY QUESTION. The Seoema reports that a United States war steamer -an into Southampton Water, to refit nominally-really, Ms it is averred, to seize the West India mail stermer then due, and supposed to have on board Mr. Slidelt and Mr. Mason, Confederate rommmisionere, who were contraband of war. The mail steamer came two days before she was due, and thus eseaped the fate intended for her. Communieations then took place between our Government and the American Minioter, in which the latter diselaimsany intention auch asthst imputel to the prroeedings of lhe United States steamer; or rather, he diseoaims any knowledge of the matter. The United States steamer has now departed, but is sopposed to be craising of the Irish coast for parpoose similar to those which brought her to Soathampton. It is reported on boasd the Beorwes that the West India mail steamer La Plata was boarded and seized by an American war steamer, called the James Adger, and the commiseioors taken prisoner...
(From the S. M. Herald.) [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 17 January 1862
- (Freon the S. M. Herald.) The Oity of Sydney arriredat Glenolg Pier at 12.80, after 99 hours' passage. The P. and O. steamship Benares, Captain Stead, arrived at King George's Boand at 7.80 a.m., on the 7th instant; she left Galle on the 238rd December. . Pasuengers.-For Melbourne: Mias Clements, Mr. and Mrs. Hovil, Mr. and Mrs. Latounhe, Meesrs. Klingenger, M'Ewen, Karsley, Thompson, Martin, lHansbruw, and Ross. For Sydney: Captain and Mrs. Gordon, Lieu tenant Fraser, Messrs. Armstrong, N. Pry, Gibson, Taylor, M'Lesy, Humfray, M'Intosh, Mimiso, and G. C. Perrins. Captain Reynolds, Admiralty agent. The export of saltpetre from Great Britain has been prohibited. Great excitement prevails, Consols are lower 1¼ per cent. Cotton one penny per lb. lower. The Austmulian Beptember mails were delivered in London on 14th and 19th November.
LATEST INTELLIGENCE. SYDNEY. Thursday Evening. LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 17 January 1862
TEST INTELLIGENCE. fBr ELEcrtelI TELEGBAII.U 8YDN EY. Thursday Evening. (Tom our ow, Caorreondes.). LEGIBLATIVE COUNCIL. Police Bill and Viublicans' Jill have .both land's Annuity Bl thrown oltt. ?LEGSLTIVE ASSEMB-LY. nd Transfer and Registry Act, or Torrean' roperty Act, has been withdrawn for the seesson. Qneengland Debt Bil, lhitch Mr. Holroyd sham a.week ago, has been discharged from lament is to be prorogued on Monday mnet, a greiat amount of business must be hurried , or left over urtil anothorsession. -CRICKET .ATCI L grand cricket match between the All-England and the united Elevens 4tfVictoria and New Wales is postponed; on account of the rain[ has commeneedto'faH very heavily in ?el-: ngligh ma..per..ensre3 was dlivored here onhnave advsnced~from as tok3 above late er here exceeedingiy hot.
THE REVENUE RETURNS OF 1861. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 17 January 1862
TEB SEVENUB RBTruSS .OPF 861. ,WB could not wish for any better evidence of the progress of this Colony than that contained in the COLONuaL-TsasAsrS 'S statement, pub lished in the Goeernment ·eIcette of Saturday last. We have there tables of figurel , as lasting as if engraved on stone, proclaiming, the fact that within one year the revenue of this colony has increased one-third. This increase, more over, is not one-third upon the average of former years, but on that of the year preceding, which was far. in advance of its predecessor,.o far as we are able to judge from the facts and estimates gathered from the statistics of New South Wales. There is another pleasing feature in these returns, apd that is that they exceed the CoL.oNUAL-TREASURIBa' estimate. by upwards of 30 per cent. At the commencement of the session of 1861 the COLONlt.-TEAsCBUER, in making a statement of Ways and Means for the year, estimated the revenue at £189,200, and, as it will be seen by a reference to the r...
PARLIAMENT OF QUEENSLAND. LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. MONDAY, JANUARY 13. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 17 January 1862
LEGISTATIVE JOUNCIL> The PRESIDENT took the chair at- twenty minules~past S oncock, and opened the pooceedigge with prayer. - , .. - RESUMPTION OF THE STANp I G ORDERS,- . , - Dr. FULLERTON movedth the .spding orders, suspended for the purpose pf pjassing be the Pleuro-Pneumonia Bill, be resumed, the busine-s occasioning the suspension having been --goee through. The motion was ptt and passed without i.sppwi tion ... . ?. MESSAGE FROM THE GOVERNOR. a A message was received from his Excellency tbe Governor intimating his assent, on behalf of lar Majesty, to the Diseases in Cattle Bill, the esdue having been passed (according to the message) tn both houses of Parliament. MESSAGE PROM THE. LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. - : The SER(IeANT-AT.ARMS, under thedirectien of the Speaker, reported that the message sent by the Legislative Council to the Legislative Assembly, returning the disease in Cattle Bill, could ?ot.ie accepted, owing to there being no quorummprese4_, On the motion of Dr. FULLE...
NEW SOUTH WALES. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 17 January 1862
NEW SOUTH WALES. e Leglshfive Assembly have voted an annuity to?theRev. W. B. Clarke, the (Government private meetlng'as been held atithe ,res~ienpe rk Irving, Esq.,lfor the purpose of taking steps und an additional bldhopric in New Se.th -the see comprehending the Clarence and ona River districts and. New England. Lordships'the Bishops df Brisbane and New were presesit at the meeting. The sum of has already beenpromised for the endowment Inew see,3 2000 of 'which are given by Mr ng. who takes home the applicationtothe )IELBOURNE. 1wn rganoOo5onz. o5IOKT xer on. e ore o the Sydney Eleven at the end of the d nig was 109. GoiTy tour runs were bNte ictoriaijs in he~ir scond innings .hicthiey obtinsef wthout 'the loss.tf a Wicket-almost won in one innings.
To the Editor of the Queensland Times. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 17 January 1862
Ye tht Editorsf the Qaeewhmad Tiemeo. Ss4--I selomn trouble moyself about h woy my ay dingmwtoq in Parliament are rpre to the ptb~lisand. perhaaps, oll things considered, I have hot , but as I think it woul_ be &r. Pirrelt to place soy sins on their abo, j014h your hind smutp on this occasio 0s3 few loaeeles in your issue of ths£,34oupuc isg i comnnuttee onts - tloBl oua Moffate enaveeht rdsSe hlighe toted for the wodieigit h gas thea eupomsi asuesasment on stpek for every hudead o cattle; bat you ahouild have added, ,r. serypi a hundred head," tu which his amendmeut .o amnounted, though his ornly alteration was the tiwn of the wordfoe for the wordeigli. Ipro[c..'f. the words "or part of a hundred head," be Jdftbt and if the committee iad agreed to it the a e?bP .i would have been mine and not Mr. Mofatt's -h?y4*s cau see how injurious these words io the billari*o~ mnall farmers of East and West Moreone ies?$ .r whose cattle in the aggegate amount totoen4 g moqilon to omit t...
(From the Guardian). Sydney, Tuesday, Jan. 14th. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 17 January 1862
.~ydey. neiid% , Jan. 141h. minous dharacter df the news from America ly raised the rates oT insurance on Ameri-. ls, wheohor :belonging to 'orthern ,or orts? . WOOL iREPO-T . unon W?oot Sdles ,ommenced on the *ber, an8i epto :the departure of the 2aill, thbe-etoikti han4~ued been catalogued. •conatderable *.ompeattion for all a or wedi, and 'good fleeces especially mand. The attendance was large, not mae, but also or foreign lbuyers. kt tche annt of -the selee prices opened at .about current rates of the July salss. The ptionsoT wool stopd their ground, but days a conoetion was obtained on all d6i, scoured skins andlocks, which receded e half-pence qer~potind. It appears to be understood that neaf. all the stock on be submitted for ale " . .-There is a slight Tall in Allstralianhides. may now be quoted at, fo& best, Sd. to proportionate.rates for otherdescriptions. w.-The tdllow market. laai been in a nsettled condition. Prices range from is. to nderthe rates of last ih6n. ...
CAVOUR'S PRIVATE LINE. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 17 January 1862
CAvouR's PRIVATE LWE.-Tn tese nature, the private life of-'Javoj' traI simple and unpretending one. II- s four and five, had audiencesaeo i'ected with hjesprivkte proleei?t?il m7ekto very lightly,' ccording to Ili~t?Tulihfnu w~ith the interval -of ha#ir .hbuFw'1:9n ? middle of theday,worked till theThailifei te dined late, after the chambeis weirro ati- av -iways, except on the oocasiot&il state dinners,-alone with his brother. -h~ ds was over he smoked a cigar, sitting in time on his balcony, where the cititerat nn used to come and look at '' the Count,s wont to cell him: then, slept for'I if and workeL again till he went to it His amusements~were few and °sbnl ] t' drive out at times with hisoro(lIt?f-i carriage, known to all Turin 1ti b tired he went to the theatre there; and," in truth, hte most was . going lover, i e time,. to "isa own~eate brother's prop a Stenal about the fields, talking watehing the prgresfhisw Hiis "was a nloh' inthil' in everythiing eand everyby an...
LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. MONDAY January, 13. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 17 January 1862
LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBL. -^ : MOnATDY January, 1_3..,: ,;, ..,,&lt;-.: " The SPEAKER took the chair attwentylmi.p t -e past four, and adjourned the liousent-Jalf-pastf.ier r . until four the following day, there not beipgas quorum. The following members wieres,4peet ." when the house .adjonrned;--Meess,.ere, ". Mackenzie, Gore, Ialy, Ferrett, Wr. B.: Cribb, Edmondstone, and Richards.;:-a
VICTORIA. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 17 January 1862
VICTORIA. A FAUTHIso COLT.-A trifle is sometioes interesting in its signification, and this was tls case on Wednesday morning last,. when Mr.-Hert, the zealous secretary to the Hospital Committee, found .ery great dillioultyin procuring'a farthing. a coin of the realm it was desirable to obtain for the purpose of being placed with the other memorials of the present time in the cavity beneath thefoundation stone of the hospitaL The trouble experienced in finding a coin of thet description in a busy. trading town of Vietoriais interesting as an indication, of the depredkiation oflemall-coin for trading purposes in this colony, and.at the present low prioes.ot provisions. is significant of the greater comfort of the people hereiban in Britain, where even a smaller coin .is now in uirculation. - Deyletford E?.ress, December 14.
NEW SOUTH WALES. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 17 January 1862
sW QUhWALES. : i' $xs?bA ) Bkitt In the .New South • Waitns tgislitlke Assembly Mr. Weekes moved that the second aending of this bill stand sos rdss§ ,ilian theepiper Toe slrshe du-in meotous Wo .id, * and-th, postponement agreed to,.--4 At S eruM, 9th " fiat-K OF Wnco.-On?ondsy evening Newcastle wAs .visited by. a heavy gala of wind], about six •o'ldbik,'whirh took "up' the dust in c~louds, so muc1h so that it was almost isupossible to -proceed along the streetst:_ AlterthetJapse iof about ten minntess the wind went compietel!sdown,pnd the atmosphere beenrie sbhol And oppieiaisve a? it ¶Ad ble'during the early part of the day. When darkness coma oii, the appearance of 'the horizonuespecially il the diiectin of Port Stephens, was niagnificest---one , immense bush fire, the flames from which lighted etp the whole ,irthe heavensin a brilliant maoner apparently extending for several miles.- About nine o'clock there was another change, and this time n regular..untherly-busterc:ame up li...
FRANCE. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 21 January 1862
P:FANE. · P The Meonldeur of November 14th `ontaiah d~eareei nami . : nating If. Fouldas Mfinister of Finaui-4ndlOe, 'rcd " Larazotte, present Minister of Finanse, toth?i ~0o ,o Senator. . - The MoniterIo publislales .le eI.th Emperor to the Minier of b t approves of the dsnancinl mw h Fould, and acknowledges chnt Budget within invariable li?i '?s.5 ? , ..-. , The only elfgcb"deaolo 3 "to-sttainthis aend is to 6 . "Fatheu tony e origeiousno, op. uelther.. spe, which appertainse to me of as' absence of theChamber. 4 "'i V "I am deternmneirined toitrodcedhanesa a Conuetr which will be ptshentelstbreib pte thes 2nd of Decemberneit, will mptplabia;stuto m and deter mineogor t.Budgetnilsoese ; ofh #hea!s tries by large sectiona "on renoudcing a g p:ppi? the Soveeigns, even c oenti'uisnl s, ceded me;iny I do useftl thtis -wtawrs:aintt right administwation of the nanee. "Faithul to my origan, I thee. atives asda s.cred deposit which ano1ot as a heritage froni my pncentors arliti1i mitted i...
ARRIVAL OF THE ENGLISH MAIL. NEWS TO NOVEMBER 26. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 21 January 1862
ARRIVAL OF THE ENGLISH MA "L. NEWS TO NOVEMBER S26. Deerfoot has been beaten in a mile race aby Day, at Sheffield. lar. Charles Mathews capteadicts th? report that he has quitted the stage. Vienna is abouto be fortided by means of a series of Martello towers. The Grand Duke and Grand Duehess Constantine of Russia left Windsor on Saturday, 9th November. A rusfan has been committed to prison for three months, at Liverpool, for seriously tsaalting an old women with an ase. There is every reason to suppose that this tite the French will attack Austria, not in ~taly, but on the Dannbe.-Satelrday Recies. On Saturday, the twentieth birthday of his Royal liglmess the Prince or Wales was celebrated at Cam bridge with various rejoicings. The Right Hen. .?dsiard Cardwell haa, in a very consideroble degree, recovered from the severe indis position from wlich heshaes been suffering , The Lord Mayor ofLondon's processuon on Saterday, 9th November, attracted a larger concourse of specta tors than ...
MARYBOROUGH. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 21 January 1862
M&IRYBOROUG1H. F tes ki Coer'o Correponde?t, January 156 AR i 8.. 8. terlei, the schoolmaster of the o a chool, wa brought before the Polic ta i asw toer the charge of assaulting a son of H6oid. Paon thaevidence it appearedthe boy, bo eight years old;bad been guilty of disobedi eoce & poasitive refual todo so amething required by tb ther, oho thbie ,oh gve him a aeaing. Tie effe was eon Q .ejaP od, an~ a'. Kerley was sen too to su w~ei't onmenth thi gaol at Brie bane. \ . ... fig b1 hs& A the mse, one of those saenes o tha st a tret .nemewiltneosed anywhere else but I MarybtroehIe. A5oifY ir . 8. Sberidon'e 'wans mo lt ~o~leii , ;an, op being called, did t appear. Theotasat :,' o soI lekoo , r eh summons wa ron to prov?p3 to with theb .vior to compel th maoftloio nitoa, aboy bfiiah tot ionveoa. A d~~iil Ottf ~~il·:j~~~M;·6~ dan took his.abtnn Ihe beoech, taking the boy with him. After a discussion between the two magisalrates, which. ought not to have taken p...
IMPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 21 January 1862
IMPORTS, STelegmph:- 1parcel,,G. O'Roradke; 1 truss, M. and H, Levy; 5 chets, 10 half-chests tea, J. Murphy; 24 bags salot, Mort and Laid!ey; i epring-cart, I set harness, W. oeacad; 1 box pipes, 2 csesee. 1 roll, 1 bundle twine, 2 cases tobacco, 31 bags suger, 850 bags flour, Panton and Co.; 7 bags rock salt, 4 cwt. rock salt, H. M. Pearce; I case saddlery, J. Rae; 1 chest drawers, 2 crses, 1 bedstead, Mrs. Sidey: 1 case, G. Thonrton; S cases oil. I case, 1 keg, 0. Faircloth: 12 cass colonial wire, 12 boxes tea, 1 parcel 2 boxes, 80 bags lour, W. Grny and Co.; 1 caso saddlery. I ease, 2 oases chairs, 1 trbnk boots, I case cigars, 1 case cheese, 1 dozenabroons, H. Haes.ll; 3 burndles wire, L. Heitz; i6 caes fruit, C.W. Hunt; 368 bars iron, 10 buodles iron, 68 cart boxes, 40' cart aros, 3 bundl:s galvauized guttering, 4 bundles galvanised pipiug?, 1 bundle hIeads, I. bundle sloes, 1 bundle elbows, 1 case nails, 1 ease, 6 rolls lead, T. H. Jones; 3 trunks, 2 boxes, J.M. llidge; 3 bund...
BRISBANE. Thursday, January 16. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 21 January 1862
BRISBANE.." [prox:ouX ow? COBBasPOaNDIa~R. . Thursday, January 16. The Ple?uro-pnsnionai Bill' had a very narrow escape after all... The members of 'the Legislative Council had to show their subsetnioecy by swallow- : ing the Bill holue bolue. This, I feel assured,. the majority of your readers will consider anything but dIgniied, and far from occupying that podsition .hichthe Upperlounse would or ought toake un der the elctive system. I irinderstand'thatte Co lonial.Secretary has nearly completed a telasurefor. making the Legislative Coincil elective35ud.lfat it is based upon Mr.Hare's .system, by.which there will be a fi tegrysptetion of the eml rity.beoured. Will ithe epeniene whin we leb a toomovnd ofi the different systems of thie various colonieS, in the matter of a second chamber, it will be the fault of our legislators if we do not adopt something which will be an improvement on any of the plans now in existence. You will have observed the notification, in the Government Gea...
EXPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 21 January 1862
bg119 EXPORTS. wol itn lA Telegraph: 109 bales, 1 pocket wol Patons 119 bkles I bog, 1 pocket wool, W. Gray & Co.; 41 bales, 1 :ag. skeleton case wool,.. .H. Wilson & Co.; 52 bales wool,J. C. White; 20 bales wool, W. B. Tooth; 8 baleas wool, H. V. Hassell; 8 bales sl?ins, Pbttorini; l.bale wool, I. Towns & Co.; 70 hides, Campbell & Son.; 2 casks fruit, J. Ballard; I box, D. Penfold; 1 parcel, RL. B...Makenzie; eatra luggage,' lobey; Bibunc?es bananas, P. Ryas: I casefruit, 9 bunches bananas, A. gsgar; 9 cases fruit, T. Unmasok; 80 casks fruit,99 bunehea bananas, D. Skyring; 139 bunches bananas, 7 ces pFine, B.- -BulcDck; 1 case plants, W. sill; 1 csk fruit, GO. Dickens; 8 cases fruit, bbuncbes bananas, T. Clark; I box fruit, 2 casesfruit, 61 bunches ban?ins.. A.T. Hockingse; 1 basle.cto, ,woheela and arle,. C. RaT & Co.; 1 case, T. Dowsei 84 bunohles bananas, I cask pines, L: Hope; 4 cases, 6 caskefruit, eaddles, J. G:.. Harris; iparcel, Stewa...