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THE MUNICIPAL ELECTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 21 January 1862
THE BINILIPAL ELECTIONS. Tue time is now fast approaching when the rateopayers ofipswich will be called upon to elect three of their rulers, or, in other words, three Aldermen, who, with thoee at:presentin office, will have the power to tax them and pass laws for the government of the town. Consi dering the specimens of Aldermanic doings which we have ?experienced during the past year, we think .there can be few of the rate payers who ar( 'not alive to the necessity of obtaining a reformation in the Muricipal Council. This reformation can only be obtained by union amongst theelectors. Had there beea anything like.concert among flelectors twelve months ago, the town would not fnoWrbe suffer ing the disgrace brought upon it by the ..result of theiltst election. We'should not thouen have had the opportunity of witnessing the 'hours of labour shortened to afford more time fbr dtink ing, nor should we have seen the jhbbath dese. crated by the collection of a number of Corp-. ration labou...
LONDON WOOL MARKET. JACOMB & Co's CIRCULAR. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 21 January 1862
*LONDON WOOL M3ARKET. Jicoes & Co's CraotsLa. The publio sales of oolonial wool, which commenced 6th ioustant, continue in progress, and will olose on or about I1t!, proximo. The arrivals in time for sale were: bale,. Austl'ian ... 14,876 Victoria ......... 8486 Taamania ...... ... ... 744 Adelaide ......... ... 1188 New Zealand ... ... ... ... 8286 Swan River ... ... .... .. 81 Cape ... ... ....... .. 27,470 61,080 All ,o, beld orer from previous l about .. ...... ... 10,000 c-? 71,080 Old aselects *tatalocue Wihbdrawn estalogued co~th. to eSrd . to Ls5b. tustralian ... 10,150 ......... 1014 ......... 160 Vietorias ...... 8126 ....... 700 .........2600 Tasmania...... 987......... 180 ......... 600 Adelaide...... 1285 ......... 279 ........800 New Zealand 57651 ......... - ........ 1250 SIwae iver ... 81 ........ -- - Cape........... 14,556 ......... 600 ......... 200 40,832 2728' 6600 The attesdanee of home buy has abeen good up to the present time,also of Belgimusand Germa...
MELBOURNE. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 21 January 1862
MELBOEIRNE. ; DAtumano AMPBEL 8r O9. report CAWTTLE.-A heavy supply, vie., 1,626 camen ward. Owing to the limited amount of buaineaa done ariog the holidayaolijera were (at the opening of this eek's market), mostly clear of thleir stock. There was, therfore, a good attendanee of buyers on Monday, on which cay an advauce bf lOs. per head was obtained; during the nrmainder oltObe weekpricegraduallyreeded olOing at ftully lower than us?al. Qiotat?ons-Beat quality bullocks, from £4 to £ i0s; do cows, from £8 to £8.1a "di. aecond quality bulloeks, from £2 iOs to £8 10s; daowe, from £2 to £2 o10s; inferior it low store re. We old 44 held of Men.Ri.oitchie Brothers .Igo jd quality bTilt eouO of theri yoitg)at fromt £2 108 to £4 es; onesuperior penbat e also,46 hdd of Mr. B. C. Portn'r mited qiality bullocaks, at dmf £ to £8.#6d. P~Ta Sgatr.-? full upply, amounting to 8,026, came to hand; a very large portion of which were ol grod to prime qualitien. With full attendenca of buyers a large a...
MARYBOROUGH. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 21 January 1862
MARYIBOROUGH. (Itom the Mseyleoegh Chrelele.) THE ALLEGED BLAOGK OTBAGE AT YABzon- Lieut. Murray informs us that on his arrival at Yarrol, he found there was not the slightest. necessity for his tiresome journey thither. The facts appeared to bo these:-A number of. rams were shorn at the station, every one of which counts with the shearers as two ordinary sheep, on account of the difficulty in shearing them. The book in which the account was kept, therefore, showed 13) sheep more than had actually been aborn. The superintendent, Mr. Matthews, there upon arrived at the conclusion that the blacks had driven away a large number of" valuable rams," and peremptorily required a black shepherd employed on the station to deliverthem up; which the fellow failing to do, this fast " super" rushed to the house for a pistol and presenting it at the blackfellow, reiterated his demand. Not relishing this treatment, the blackfellow struck his unrea sonable-master a blow on the arm, which caused him...
GLADSTONE. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 21 January 1862
GLADSTONE. (Froee the Roclhampton Bulletia' Correcpoandet.) Christmas Day glided away very quietly here-the people seeming to preler the day in agrehable faruily. gatherings, and .leaving sports to other days. SOn Boxing Day we hada Regatta. A number of boats were trimmed up for the occasion, and the racing went off in a very creditable style. The first race amused not a little, it being announced as "bushmen" versus "swearers" (alias swells). The pulling wase very foine, especially at first. After a while, however, one of the aristocratio " swearers" managed to brea his car, and this of course decided the contest. The whole of the" bushmen," chiefl8y sheearera, looked like a lot .of fine jolly tare, an snch,! believetheyhad been. In the evening there waele supper and ball, which were numerously attended. From the lest of January we ebshall have a weekly mail between this place and Yaryboroughb; and as from the same time a weekly communication is to be maintained between that place ...
TAROOM. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 21 January 1862
TAROOM. (mram tie Mryborough Chronicle.) A mtan named Muanstall committed suicide by placing a carbine to his forehead and blowing his brains out-cause unkiown. He was travelling with drays to a station on the Comet, and had been notided to be in a very desponding state of. mind. Another man named Sheen, found drowned in Euroombab Lagoon, is supposed to have gone to bathe, and, getting, out of depth and unable to swim, sank. We have had a heavy fsll of rain here. It com menced yesterday afternoon iad rained without ceasing until this morning. It will do a vast deal of good, as for theselast few days the sun has been sop~owerful that the grass and garden production was all getting dried and shrivelled. The ther mometer has on one or two occasions exceeded 100 in the shade. We hear that Mr. Berbert is coming up this way to meet his constituents. There is very little doubt he will meet with a hearty welcome. SThe last news I heard from the Comet was that all was quiet-the blacks disper...
ROCKHAMPTON. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 21 January 1862
EOCC HAMPTON. S• (romthe lockoampton Bulletin.) -MAILs To Ponar Densso.-We ar given to un derstand that'a large and importaht mail for Port Dmenisn is obw lying in the Rockhampton Post office, whicb has been econmcllating ¶fbr seven weeks, and there is to inihediate e~af'pet of a means of conveyanee offering. Ittpiets that Mees.i.Hutcibison., Hunter, and Co., who held a pionthly pail coiitiact for sii mdoiths, aecline to renew the coqtrapt st the same terms, chiefly )beause:of the. ecorbitant chalsrge for pilotage, amounting to £10 per trip, or eL120.per annum. (Thin oharge is" certainly most exorbitant for a ketch, ind is almost prohibitory to.a small coasting trade.) rile -PostmaiterOGenesral is. certainly cul pable in thu permitting a contract to. expire with. outMtn'ikio #rViisiclnlr the futire. If theaubsidy previoisly gvis h found insuficient, it should he agmentei, ? a tpkei tot?a a hort-sightedpolicy to bh Eparamlonaid postal airangements with the new and remb~i settlemeints...
GAYNDAH. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 21 January 1862
GAIWNDAK. (Prom ee BwaNett drgus) Batainanr BamoE--The line having been tnr oveyedl; the Barambah Bridge, we understand, will be commened almost immediately. Mr. Roberts and a staffare now on their way up, to make a commenicement, and go on with it at once. Many of the bridges in the Southern portion of the colony, for which money wasvoted in the first session of Parliament, are ubt even yet commenced. Wet weather for so long a period, and difficulty in pro curing contracts within the votes, as well as the scarcity and high. priceof labour, being, we presume, -the chief obstecles to thair progression The geographical features of the country between this town and the Barambah Creek atie strikingljr indicative of hidden wealth.. Relying on the esxperienceof.those who have been many years in search of the buried treasure in other portions of the colony, and who are practieal miners, we would advise that a subscription list be opened for the purpose of sending to this blocality a prospe...
SPAIN. Madrid, November 25, Evening. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 24 January 1862
h .'o'e nd s"d;~nii~~ Alagrrfao odil a npunqt?ht Beron 'l.e&o, ;he 'ardfnlmni 4.eliter halls 'e~bilqs~ id·bI& pip~rtsi, s ndyfli !irsav.adrid: n-':The $paoiai/h orerpwept, cnena d toB gdlnslier. np to the.p lian t overnmnpntholo . doiuntenta of the aepolinitApnhAfia which ido. u??orlae to. ?pol?tieal itrpenn.ondiioa.n ihat ia,:Emaiduie withdrew bis Brat N6ot1es. . on : : , - r -*"'- heltallsria venment. on tfdned ~ahdenian ad ithat 8psin ehmdd w.ditdrw the Notes inwc'hEj thedbalnad rben?l f r he lfthea h te t liooelrnfnsd Nnapollhn rdabine.e "th
LATEST INTELLIGENCE. AUSTRIA. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 24 January 1862
SLATES: INTELL[E NCE? .' (From the Scond Edaitio vf the eimea, N'. 26I ) AUSTRIi&. Advices4rmm Vienna,ofbe b22nd November. state .has the linistry hras decided not. o present the Budmlget the .Reicherath until t£ Transyiranian quesiaon is settled. SThe Cham~ner of Deputies is .uiscaing- the !Bill .elativertop seresonal lib yi The ibt p~iint ?b6der di~iession was an amendrtheint' Of: M.h Jlendi. pro. osid elast year, wbich reprodtuchethe arttile of the fundamental righta,--' No man? a beidellerived ol hi' natural judge. No excetflonal tribuinals can be crtated? 'Trie committee to whom the i?enimenit was ree'ne? proposed to admit the 2.rSrt portinn of the submitted a rittle, 'at to rject' the: jecold.. :The: coni.lnstons oftle coinmittee haie t~'asdpijt'ed. hi. ihe tshv the Prae of fieuhat oltre - '*"We sr f sor for; i" we retittt .e m?joritr, onesiing hie?ly or tmenofr ie l A I!, sh6iuhi have refisitdspld to Ol)ecttoi'tlhi iwallid-x tionsl 'btrib l~,"elss-on e'count ?'F he'"s...
THE CONFEDERATE STEAMER NASHVILLE. Southampton, Monday, November 25. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 24 January 1862
'BBE CONFEDERATE STEAMER A NASH - VIhLE. Souithaiitnint, M;innlay;Nnvember 25. AIn Ahiplicati;,n ofra?onuewwhlt tvel character it, connexinn withcthia s-ae wag ande to the bornuiri .magitatete,siatting in petty sessions at the. OGuil. hali-his mslwninlg. Theonaglitratea on the bench werOnptain Englednb (Ewho acted as chairmnn in ehetnan en theiMayor,rwlio had gone to Londan on public h.ltires), Colonel Stnitton, Messrs. J. Lobh,;E. Palk,and F. R. COopsry. C'aptnI ? Nl. n~i; oFthe late Harvey Bircht. tila'hta c atcnnmpnied. tl Mr. Penrey, Jun.., iof the flrim' n of Oliveren, L hti?whd 'Pelreey, a6licitora,i f LUmtlon, appllied for aseah"ni warrsnt. with? he view o! recwv.rinu f?pm, the iNstlille stenamer lii chirmltiitter. barmeter, and :hip's papers which wer taken on b?dn.rthat ecln d at the time of the captur-,- and befolre.hicahip was s?et .on.flre. : Previs to the formal applileation beingnlade, Mr. Pearea" hbndeld tn the chairman a letter.from the Ldml Mayr of Londn,-atintl tht...
DEERFOOT AT HACKNEY WICK. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 24 January 1862
iEEiui'O6 AT HACdKNi Wi" . Nearly:10,000 porsons of every grade b" isociety assembled at the HackneyWick sRace-ardunill yea. terday to witness tie match'l&etteen DA~-rto (the now oidl-pono~o Bencs Iindlai) mid tifiise Bar. ker, of London, for the tan miles' Champjibni Cha rlenge Cup, and £58.. ,hbe:cup:.iq. valued at: 60 guineas. 13a-ijI beinielabrateldy chased. it hle,' an appropriate isnacription ons dablet. It nmy be remembered that the Iidlan .woashis.terphy.pa few weeks ago, yhs hen ;ran against Mills and White; According tq.dthe-saoditlons as holder, the winner. was bound to contend agapinst any one who mightl challenge him. Barker, the opponent of leerfiot o'o lhies occasion, an abbai Rt5 ?is"ofa em and 04 tet 3' inches in heiglstg:ls rAh?nibns 'tnta1s tirare cless runner were c6sia iletd etii Bi we~lTounded, that his friends thought hini good icnugh to meet. so fornmi-able an ntasgonlst asithe lodian,especidlly as by many the latter wrtsrcnaideieid less formidb. hle ...
EXPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 24 January 1862
Em I ClaEe: Ibele wool-peol S boezem 4 tea, I boe tobeeco, 6 euses,6 , twIll leabthr, 41 bags piagar, S bag sltd 1 c3trYS Im ki 4bias Soar, l'anto~ and Go. as., I tcbm, Oribb and PFte; 185;pibceslimb.JiwS bhl.niuK ~4nul~e~lt.Dncak Zisgbs, atfi~~bg W.Ougafau irrsy * lfaa 5