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IMPOUNDED AT LITTLE IPSWICH. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 21 January 1862
IMPOUNlDED AT LITTLE IPSWIORC. If not released on or before the 10th of February they will be sold. Feox WoLerOIr. By order of Mr.M. Gogg, driving sodntrespass; e. 6I . Pr head. Strawberry steer,JM near ribs and rump BriPn~le and witesow anit calf, top of off-ear, AY of rmip, W both ribs and off-loin Strawberry hoifer and calf, JH over H of-romp Foley red and white heifer and calf, like Og near rump, CC near-shoulder Poley strawberry heifer, like WIO over WO off-rump Strawberry heifer, two notches of off-ear, S off-ribs, T offrump Strawberry heifer1 top off both ears, IlR with seurve Bed heifer f over oSribs Poley red and white cow, HB with curve over near ribs, like C over a conjoined off.ribe, a conjoined off-rump Red cow, top off both ears, blotch over AS of-rump Yellow.and white cow, 8 over JR nsr-ribe Poley and strawberry cow, JM near-shoulder and romp *Strawberry cow and calf, piece out~aothears, like Cl near-rump Bed d white cow, dewlapped, top of off-ear, T off rump and near...
WANDERINGS IN TROPICAL AUSTRALIA. No. II. FIRST NORTHERN CRUISE. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 21 January 1862
WANDERINGS IN TROPICAL AUSTRALIA. No. II. FPer Norrraan CaRUsE. The shore party on Lizard Island, consisting of thirty-two persons,being left to establish themselves there, with two life-boats to carry on beche.de-mering on the neighbouring reefs,on August 10th the Julia Percy started to carry out the next piece of work in the programme, or the search for sandal wood. Four days afterwards we remached Night Island, 170 miles t6 the northward and westward. This is the place where certain people in the Prince of Den? mark schooner had " cut a log of sandal wood close to the beech," but it was only by dint of much in genuity that a clue could be obtained to the exact locality, which the owner of that vessel wished to keep secret. So one can easily imagine our hopes add expectations when we stepped on shore, and all running upto a small tree determined it to be sandal wood. I went by'the foliage and bark merelynbut a ouple of blows with the axe broutght to light the inner brownish-yellow...
THE WOOLLOOMOOLOO. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 21 January 1862
THE WOOLLOOMOOLO0. The following are the particulars of the passeengers and cargo of tills vessel. The Breadalbane took down the last load of wool on Saturday, and- CaptaTidJol fully expects to sail froti Moreton Bay about Thursdq uent. Passengers-E. J. and .L O. Bays, ?r. Bays, and child, Mr. and Mrs. A Taylor, Mrs. Cameron and famly,. Ers. Jackson and family. Cargo--20 bales wool, James TIoy; 80 ditto, Fattorial end Co.; 137 ditto, G. H. Wilson and Co.; 284 ditto, Belland Sons; 117j ditto, Panton and Co.; 80 ditto Hodgson and Watts; 70 ditto, Iardie and Wienholt; I4 Tditto, Marshall and Deuchar; L0 ditto, John k errtt; 25 ditto, M. H. Marsh; 22 ditto, W. North; 182 ditto, Kent andwTienholt; 44~ ditto, W. and J. North; 88 ditto, Arnould Wienholt; 16 ditto, A. W. Compgne; 88 ditto, teorgeThorn; 96 ditto, F. and F. Bigges; 2 ditto, Walt"r Gay and Co.; d7 ditto, J. W. Backland; 85 ditto, H. and F. Isar ; 29 casks tallow, 184 ox-hides, . W. Buekland; 504or-hidea, G. H. Wilson and Co. B...
[BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.] SYDNEY SHIPPING. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 21 January 1862
[ - l ELEOTOIC 'zELErzAo. 1 SYDNEY SHIPPING. - AROIYALS. SJanuary 18th-SteametKemobla, frea? Clyde River. S City of Sydney, from Adalsidi. 1?th--Barque Juverna, from Foo Choo. Ship Ganjam. from the Downs. Schooner Atlbion, Troth Adelaide. Steamer Prince Alfred, from lelmoni, f,. Sohooner Don Juan, from Eockhampton. Barque Melrose, from Malaga. S .eamner Telegraphb, from Brisbsoe. SSteamer Balcluthlba, from Melbourne.. nppaw~TuoEe 1S9thL-Eliza L, Eanson, for South Sea Islands, Boomerarng, for Eoekbampton. Wonga Wo,?g for Adeaide. - '
Commercial. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 21 January 1862
-r. Cockbnrm reports: the sale of 2000 wetherm at a. per head; 000 wetleresats,.4d. pao r headi and 42 headof horses, chiefly ~ltsr li, ad l at an iasge o i £t 17s. per head. .'- *.' " df The following wool has heenreeived i? y Mesers. W. Gray and Co., for shibpment pvr George Kadd4--8 bles wool, F. & F. Biggle; 4 ditto, JI over E. The following produce has been reoeived sad for ,.arded i.Fom nftie?tres bfMes '.W.Ga?hay abi Co. 12 lbales wool 3DO in biaoond 2 tales woel, 1 cask tallow, 6 hides, 2 bundles sheepshis, IlI over B. From "ibe stores f idearsm. G. H. Wilon and Coi.-W bges to'iMHIB conjoined over Ma 9 ditto, lzR; 1 ditto, K-;.K37 hhda. tallow, TW&Co. From the stores of lie. .V; Rassell-- 1 bales wool, G in triangle; 8 do., O & C; 28 ditto, St. Olaitr Prom the stores of MIr. B. orrest-18s bales wool, T over T.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 21 January 1862
SALES BY AUCTION. ABOUT 20 HEAD OF BROKEN.IN HORSES. J N. COCKBURn has received instructione eo . Sell by Public Auction, at the Corporation Bale Yardls, On WEDNESDAY, the 22nd Instant, at II o'clock precisely ABOU3T 20 BEAD OF BROKLEN-IrN HORSES, among which are some FIRST.-RATE HACKS. Terms, Cashl. 153 QUEENSLAND. Important to MAilers, Capitalists, Speculators, and parties desirous of securing a Comfortable Homestead. T he whole of the Valuable Property (known as THE BREMEB MILLS and BOII.IG-DOWN ESTABILSHXEN'T, And 6M0 AOBES of LAND, TO BE. SOLD BY PUBLIC AUCTION. [3 M. COCKBURN has received instructions L. from Joseph Fleming, Esq., to Sell by Public Auction. ON THE GROUND, On WEDNESDAY, the 12th .FEBRUARY, -.: .. . · . at 1 o'olock precisely, The whole of the Valuable Property known as THE BREMER 'MILL% oobesting of STEAM FLOUR MILL, STEAM SAW MILLt,. .BOIlING-DOWN, ESTABLISHRMENT, "' aG-fes of rich alluviml LAND, hiving a 'Adpti toFt milees to:-e navigable river remer. THE FLO...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 21 January 1862
yr bt Sturnlanb fimleu. -4- TEERMS: 8uascaintroi.--The amount.of subkario ,ld the Oueenland Times is Seven Shillins eind dixeipe ati quarter, if paid in advance, or Eight Shillings and - pence credit. The quarters tetminate on.she 80tli Bep tember,8lst December, 81st March, and g0th June, at -which periods only can subecribere deolin4 by giing notice, add paying the amount due to the end of thI current iluarter. Single coples, Siipenqo?e. ADVERannTeSasr are inserted acording to thi .fol lowing scale: s. 4. Twolipes.............. .......1 0 Four lnee................................ g 0 Six lines ........................... Eight lines .............................. 0 SEvery additionial eight linen ......... 1 0 The following Dispount is allowed on all advertle mente continued For S insertions ............... 10 per cent. 18 3. ............. 15 SS6 ,, ............2. ,, All advertisemeats must specify on tne face of them the number of timei they are to beinerted, br tihSy will be ontin...
DEPARTURES. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 21 January 1862
DEPARTTURES. January 17.-~ Tarra Yara, steamer, 00 tons, Captain lelliCor Sydney. S nJanuary L--Samaon, steaaesr, t110 one, Captain lirown foe Sydney. * January 17.-.-Telegrsph, steamer, 700 ton,, Captain O'Reilly, for Sydniy. Psaaengers--Mrs."Webb, Mr. T. Illidge, senior, Miss Cameron, Mrs. Caston and child, Miss Ca~on, Misas S. Deightoli, Miss Fleming, Messra. R S. Robey, Compigne, Royds, J..G. D. May?? He, . G. Lewis, Y. Thomson, J JJnephlson, S. TViteman, A. Ca. mneron, Aken, R. Bulcook, MacLaren, W. F. Kennedy, .in? ios, T. Eten, J. H. Poole, E. Binney,J. C Mayne, Dei.hton, H. J. Corbett, Martin, Dr. PErsons, ,ev. D. M. Sinclair, Master Caetoo, and 51 in the steerage.
Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVAL. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 21 January 1862
sr RRIA., "anbary 16--Telegraphl, steamer, 00 tons, OaptaIn Henr O'Ileilly, trown Sydney J'auusy 1.l-Passengers -, r. and Mrs. Butehen and 5 children, Mrs. H. Haydon and child, Mrs B. K. Sidey and Z children, Miss Berry, Mis MIersey, Miss and Master Roberts, Mr. W. C. Belbridgeo, Mr. Ja. Bebal, Mr. A. flrton, ~Mr. It. . Paterson, Mr. A. H. Brown, Mr. J. E. Geraiam, Mr. W. A. Ogg, Mt. E. Ogg, 21r. A. L. M?Dounalt, Mr. W. Macale, Mr. H. Jonesc Mr. W. .Craies,Mr. '. TNobbs, Mr. Bulman, Mr. E. Newton, Dr. Parsole, lMr. BMiahe, Mr. J. Scott. Mr. J. F. Garrick, Mi- 3. Cowlislhaw, Mr. J. L. -Andreaws, Mr. ? H. K Fle, Mr. Black, Mr. Brett, and 85 in the stecie. . Jinuary 17.I-Clarence, steamer, 800 tons, Captain Cdtier, from the Northemrn Ports. Pasaengere--Mesar. Fleming, C. nld M. Fitmssmmons, Sutherland, Dunwoode, 'Turner, Anrliw, Shielsa, Thomson, Glenn, Hening, Al1port, ?r?mp, Ms. Harrison; Eaxat, MacLaren, She. ridan, Cameron, Misses Cameron(B), sandS inthe steer. age..
To the Editor of the Rockhampton Bulletin. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 21 January 1862
Teo the ?ditor of the? IRotrkhamptsi Butleti. StR,--nHavin received isibme information cob. cerning the Peak Downs diggings, I beg you will favour me by inserting the came in your popular jourisal. . A gentleman left Rockharnbiton some time sinel with the intention to proceed to the so called Peak Downs diggines but, on arriving at Yanmba, he was infurmed that some drays which were to be sent there had been unloaded, aenid that it would be more adlvisable to wait till further acoounts were received. - Having heard that a gentleman had got forty ounces of gold on the spot, he iseqired as to the truth of the report, and was informed by the gentle memn himself that such oss nost the case and he denied having any gold--as stated-in his poomession, and that the total amount of gold obtained was ten ounces. . ' He further stated that the diggings were grjatly scattered, some .parties working ten miles .ppart from the rest, and that he would not recommend people going without further accou...
GOVERNMENT LAND SALE. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 21 January 1862
GOyERNMENT LAND SALB. The usual quarterly lana sale took plane at the Poaice.office yesterday. There was a very poor at tendance of buyers, and very little competition for the lots offered. As it will be seen below, many of the lots were.passed, there being moo offer for them.: The lots sold were near -be junction of the Bremer and Brisbane Rivers, near thetowo of Ipswich, and at Deebing Creek. The total amount of the Sale was £t1269 lSs. 10d. . o area. Prico per Porohnser. Amountft. 4o Acer. lh~B~ .RO .. L. d. No S . d. 87 0 0 Nooffer 89 0 0 Ditto 92 0 Ditto 425 8 0 :218 3J. Campbell8tUo. 68 4 9 27 2 01 0 Ann Hayes 2710 0 6 261 0 1 90 am Hulter 8818 S18 8 0 "0 iP.Bergin 8710 0 8 25 0 0 2 0 Thoms Bergi .60 0 0 18 0 0 2 0 W.Short 6 0 0 S18 8 0 2 2 OAfredRoe 28 17 6 1 15 1 2 2 2 Laurence Moan 88 6 8 12 19 029 No offer. 818 1 Ditto 1416 2 18 Ditto 1614. 1 20 0 oE. H. Blet 28 15 9 1622 2 0 2 0 OWilliam Gill 45 0 0 17 26.0 0 2 0 . T.T. Makepeace ;2 0 0 49 00 Noffer 1 0 0 0 B Jame hield 8...
(From the Rockhampton Bulletin, January 8.) [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 21 January 1862
(Frers the Roekhampton Bdaedis, Ja?smy 8.) The obstructions standing in the way of the bond fde settlement of the beautiful and fertile traicts of country as yet lying waste in Northern and North western Queensland, is a matter demanding the immediate and earnest consideration of the Govero ment, the Legislature, and the people of Queensland generally; but in an especial degree does this matter affect the pockets, and, in many ways, the material advancement of the inhabitants of Rock hampton. This port most be regarded 5s the key tothe greater portion of the country referreifo, the area of which is greater than that of the whole colony of Victoria. At the present time, only a mere fraction of this country is occupied, whilst thousands of square miles of the chodicest pastoral I Sountry are locked up from the boed ide occupier, and a wide field has been opened up for speculation and jobbery. The complaint we now suffer under is oineof long I standing under the New South Wales regime,...
IPSWICH MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 21 January 1862
[?PU ICH MUNICIPAL COUNCIL The usual weekly meeting took place on Wednes day afternoon. Present-the Mayor,and Aldermen )'Malley, Johrnston, Clune, Watlkans, an Gorry. The minutes of the previous meeting wereread and confirmed. The Ovsroeer's report was also read. The Finance Committee's report was as fol lows:- A, e. d. 'B. F. Whitebead--:Stationery ... 2 7 0 North AustralianlPlinting ^. ... 10 8 8 Qaueensaland Times-ditto ... ... 10 1 0 Lewis-Briclulayer's work at the-Corpora ration watertank ...... 15 10 Wages and cartage ... ... - .... 89 4 0 -M O'Loughlin-Stnmping .... ... 14 8 6 liannermnn-Blaeksmith's work ... 15 8 0 Alderman Johnston enquired if Lewis'e amount was for the whole well. Aldermen TWatkins said it was It bad been found necessary to hridk the well first, because the water comingin had hmindered themeno. It had been done cheaply, and the money had been laid out to try the well. The Toirn-Clerk 'read the following letter from the Colonial-Secretar'e Office: ' Colonia...
(From the Tenterfield Chronicle.) [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 21 January 1862
(Jrm the Tehjzpi nise.) 4 Ta. ~TelrolEuPa --The. sire,. was agr in broken down on Tuesday last betwqen Glen nneds and Arimidale. Thisis a. niost,~ulellyiine :altogether, and.sometlling gught to bIe done o obviate the reourrenoe of such. breakaeges... . a inspector rere to run tihe lne.th'rocgh, igd aue the remioval of enery.jikely. c?,je Wherehy ?tb .*wjre ;dt?i; be ;broken ordlnspi~d, awe migiht .n6.'k oleni ha to 'notice the illeotS at pres'ept existing..Eveyjw'week increases the bneoeiitywe formerly po1 tee -ut of having two wires on this line. As we are at prient stuated, there are five chances to one-that a tele gram can either be sent or received at the time re quired. which of course renders the telegraph all hut useless to us. A duplicate wire could be stretched at very little. expense, and we have no doubt but that the outlay of such mbney would send ijto the coffers of the Government a great additional amount of receipts. s CNor.L-These diggings are not so prosperous as ou...
NEW SOUTH WALES. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 21 January 1862
NEW 0SOUTH WALES. (From the Sydneey or-ing Herald.) Although the present session of Parliament is drawing towards a close, and although there have been many matters of great importance under die cnssioi among the wise men of.the land who sit nightly in Mscquarie-streea, we are afraid that" the manly game oforicket" lihasjiust no~ a far greater share of attention .than the most keenly-contested question of politics. No sooner had the excitement relative ito the match at Melbourne with the, All England Eleven died away than the Inter-Colonial Match began, and has caused, and is cauisng; an excitement searcely less intense. As the arriral of sach tele gram is expected, the BHerald Office is completely besi ged. This gives us a fore taste of the exci~tement which is certain to attend the fortheoming con test with the English Eleven on the. Sydney ground. Great preparations aveieing made for tha'event. Among other things there is to bhesa iand stand in the Domain, of unnusnal dimensions....
DIARY. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 21 January 1862
DI A it 5I6NDOA8DA PUB ~RZ WERE. iAse~ay. I Bun I BIKhWtr.on Bar ~ VAses. J Bets. I bOom. Aftn. OtITOESDit I 889! 668! 3281 148 20 j WgoxzoOAy ... I A 60 j 0 62 I 280 j 2 86, UlTnuauoAe......j.8 80.16 62 8 Cl 324 2OlPaza.al .1881160218101 436 Z0IIATIeEDST......f 68216001440160 OeJBusoaw .... 100816601 624J 002. SOIXsemoT.........l 0241 002146.I 441. 20. difference in 43mw betWe4ss 08gb water at she Bar misi 4ad~w8th 0 hours Olbstnutes, ~f3s1gh waseross the Oar. Theeaeteet~mIsdaon$1sseusooot the Ba~asd ~ ~ Lbssleer, often ossase a Parlettos from oar table, but Obese are etereJ7hresslenteiEoaJOvernedbyesokoawo jaw. TURBDAY4 JANUARY 21, 1862. hi
Local and District News. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 21 January 1862
Laocal azib tistrict NEW, . PosbTPoszeor or O n Corozncr.-?T -ill- be-eenm by in adoriieesemet whichappearsinalm# ,h·tlumn,that the Harmonic Unlonn Coneert, which wato hii?ve taken place thie evening for the beneft of the Hopit4l, to post poned for Tuesday evening, the 18th of February. Wazr or ELac ot.-The Honorablethe Speaker. has issued his writ for ihe election of a member for Warwick, vacant by reason of the aeoeptance of. oflep by Mr. Gore. Thle nomination will take place at Wairielk on the 8lct ineant, and'the polling on the -4th of February. STrE ELECTION on WnawrcK.-We understad that Mr. P..O'Bullivan has'gone up toWarwick with jthe in tentipofuaing all his power and influence in opposition to the rethrn of Mr. G~ore, whose acceptacoe of abl efdoe of-.?ecatry of Ladds and Works necesaitates his re election. . . To; L*Tn AssAUT Caee.-Mr. Wilson, thleorpnist, was yrsrday discharged from ertody by order of the Eacrtire'.'....-........ AorursI*ne?oansaoNO -Oue contemporary, in ...