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THE VALUE OF A REVIEW. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 24 January 1862
* 132 VALUE OW AflflIEW. 1 ... ~... t ?':.?, r ,A-lv?'w. °? • O ;ut Eniipal Council, whien theiiy ?ive any buanietotirainsaes, generally affird .sbunda'nce ofipportunity for criticism. Yesterday's pro. eeing. afford no exception to thir rul?s and we sha!ll therefore proceed 'o rerier the basi ness trasacted on that occasion. - Thn first noticedle featre in heprooel-. itgs was the ?ejetion : foiu LAnrD's. acuOnt for work done under entm?n,,hecaure it was Sot performed acoording to sppcifl.eli , the - oaces.-u~o&e nge to inch geeage,and this eot? .: ?be face of a:cei?ideate feem ,l-e oeeetherthache work wasropererfoi e4. . nt c.a se w.e.o th ihg..._q }soth . 4w isccousn on the verblin inaion eE tie Qypreseei din dip worit: a henis comr ltaot ac.ord?ing to g ti o r .?c but aur.d angto the Pii?iti-cions ggiren by the frmprov? mestCommittee. TIn reply so the enquiry whether thep?oper gmvel had been put uver qae~pip, tshe Couecilw WeigliuiforMiimd ijad. o What way.this has bhea i2...
IPSWICH POLICE COURT. TUESDAY, JANUARY 21. Before the Police Magistrate. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 24 January 1862
IPSWICK POLIOE QOURT. : oz a " o r Jaar . ,' o. oie the Pol ice Mlagir e. ThnComid. y wes Ice S. for tdrnknses, with the usual~ateradve. - WiULiarlmb?r,?sadhwge4, with ?liang & f f boos, theproperty ci Thaidote Breoce& Goig- asoteneed to one months' herd labour ic Bbsce gsL - David Mitchell weas bhrged by Cot ale.Dimmn with il~gally detaining his saddle and bridle. ?.tap peared that proetutor leI s horse ast itehelPl on Sun. day with addlesod bridle. The iorse beoned to one M[nmanats. Qi thefollowing day,.oe appltog for the adie? e was informed that the livery (liu) most be paid nrt, the hotes being at Mitebell's at the time. The saddle is worth fl £5. The defendantegreetto deli. veraup the saddle.
BATHURST. Friday, 17th January, 9 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 28 January 1862
. ·I' ... . '·--F.?lari a1y,?.?.!7?,,m ? . . A meeting was hldrs'atfitTBelibueU? Teat"'-_ evening, for the purpose of pmnh9 foods to Ihring the Al'Engloef eve. Mr. W.H. Oliver occupied th b~ fr. tIt alt the meeting that Measilra. SpiQea ad Pold equired £750 to bring the All Englmand Elrueven all expenes paid, but they had since onsented to'bliiegth.e for the sum of £600. During the evening several gqntlemde ganted differentsuins amountingin all to£500., nnrinGM of that sum was to be made todayR, tud gaotlir meeting called for to.night to consider their repl.'
VICTORIA. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 28 January 1862
VICTORIA. (From the Mclbourss Ezaminer.) The balloon ascent from the Melbourne Cricket. gmround, on Saturday, at the termination of the match, was one of the prettiest ever witnessed. The currents of nir. seemed to be specially arranged so as to keep the aerial voyager constantly before the gaze of the peoe for whose peculiar entertain mint it was started on its trip. In the first place they wafted it a sliortdistence towards the bay, then back over the cricket-ground, and then, after displaying its fair proportions '.beautifully in the bluens sky, sight in front of the opea.sglasses of the occupants oif the grand-stand, canse4 It to return once more almost to the place trim whence it ascended A letter, deseriptive of.t aseent, has 'been addressed to one of the daily Jourhils by the aeronant, Mr. Brown, who weasaccompanied on this occasion hy his wife and Mr. Dead.. Mr. Brown says, " After having responded to the plaudits of the thousands of people in the Cricket-ground, I seated my...
BRISBANE. Monday, January 29. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 28 January 1862
- BRISBANE. Monday, January 9... Tbhe Qaueensland Horticultural nd Aricultural o eieie eld tlheir first exhibition on Th?rsa laust, at the Botaleal Gard~ns. The weather was delightful, and abtdt 400 persons visited the exhibition. A large mar quee was erected opposite Mr. ill'Ps residence for hold mg the eibiition a., and was neatly decorated with shrubs aid boughs. The nuimber of exhibits was not by any means large, yet what was exhibited did not lack T le l?es f'the Soutlh Brisbane ferry has been brought up beto' tbe behnoh on the charge of allowing four horsecto be oarried over in the small.punt. He was fined 5 for this offence. Another charge was then pre ferred against him-with refusing to ferry ovbr a cOw, for which he w?sflued £2, and severely reprimanded. Tbhe. majority of the Bench intend to recommend the Corporation to dismiss him, forhis previous misman?ge ment and incivility. Thes 'eattle-stealin case, egiou a. Nicholl, the Attor ney-?Goeral has come to the determination...
OFFICIAL NOTIFICATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 28 January 1862
., . OFFICIAL NOTIFICATIONS . L (PFro te aGamerenmt Gauete.) Trad sales are announced ta take place at Drayton aditVaeiok on Monday, 24th February ne4t, andat Brisbane on Wednesday, 26th February. AL?zEATION IN THE E? n uLaTIOXaL On CuRsINO Tnrxas.--The following important ialterations haver been aade --Initead of twelve months being allowed for the removal of timber, it is notified that, as it has been re presented that ninmc valuable pine timber is destroyed by being left in the sortabe for so long a period after being c?t, the period for removal of pine, after falling, is from Shiojsdate limited to three months; any pine left for a linger period will be seized and sold as prescribed in the legnlotions of the 34th December, 1860. ELEcToATE Or WA?a O.--.TamesT John Kingoford, Esq., has been appointed Returning Ofleer for the Elctoral District of Warwick, in the room of C. H. ribhnal" lsq., absent from the colony. ELtcr AL I DIrasric or EaSrE DOwns. - ahi4uel William Aldred, Esq., i...
SATURDAY, JANUARY 25. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 28 January 1862
Sn.rs.ar, JAA?YA 25.o 4: ?0;ogeW-nCormaek was fned Soafor'drnkennees. .sac Woodlord was sent to gaolfor a month, for? v ing no lwfulor visiblemneans of support. Kiipper Billy, ho.we remanded from hneday last, was agam brought brought up, when the following evi dance was given: Jane Ra, sworn: Kowaprinoer; on theday shbe was assaulted by Stinkabed Johnny and others, at the Brisbane River, the prisoner was present: alter Stinks. bed Johnny had pulled Billy Bow-wow away from her, jhp prisoner with the former dragged her to the inWk of the river, the one pulliag her by the hair and the other by the leg, when the pr?asoner held her by thelegswhile the other attempted a criminal asuasult; joust then herson crossed the river on horsobaek ; the prisoner and the other blaekfellow, hearing him coming, lether go, and madule off; wr I h"eroi esme up, she told him what had happened, after which she became inseeeble; would s?wear the priloqer warbe same person who had ausanlted her. JamesPrithcar...
Commercial. IPSWICH. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 28 January 1862
Commnutii. Mr. IOeokbnin tepwt Hlii uiluiF theiste of fhaEb or portion sale-ypirds and market-iaq?ei, at tISS pe annum, to Mr :John Han-an; also, a quantity of oatn hay at £ll1 peton.' - - - The following produce h bi eit recoved nd for warded :--From the. storera of Mear . G. , W'oo and Co.--1O bales wool, Hikej?y ditto, WFT 18 ditto, Ros; 20 ditto, MRW; '2 ditto, Tlgai; 20 dikto, PB over LM in diamond.. From the tores f M-. H. V. Hassell-18 bales wool, Etrald Dorwis; 2 ditto, Bracketr; 20 ditto, B&T. :Frd the itore of Mr. -. Forrest-70 bales wool, ?/ over T. iLlaACEx E & BRoWAND repor: ?A? fair attendann at their Weelsy aale; levene.ase damaged troauser,.:drapery, boot?.&, on acont .of abrppers, ex recent airials, were disposed of, and ealised average rates; also, privately, one draught horse stt85, one ditto att~8; one horne, addle, and bridle at £18, and 18 head of poultry at ls. fd. LAtNer Marketl-Fem?ale aerant, bullook-drivers, and shepherds much wante...
FRIDAY, JANUARY 24. Before the Police Magistrate. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 28 January 1862
FilDAIY, JA~YBT S4. Before the Police Magiste oe. argaret Shine, on the application of he. husband, we bound over to keep thepeace towards him for two months, Leel?f in £20, and two sareties of £20 each. winliam Hugia and James Todd were fned £2 for "Lurio,,s tidiji .Z . . Gteorgs " oa' ,,s oed John Clone fo wages. Plaintiff never made y demand for the money previous to the ,ofta..amompons. Dismissed.
SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 28 January 1862
BYDItEY. merss. L. E. Threlkeld and Co. of-rid to~? aat aeuion thecrgoes o??MauritnsS sugars, ez ofEu and Shib Jelsa , wrih ahttratedj iothwithstanding the unnfavourmble state of the wether, a large attendanoe of he sede, and upwards of 0S tons were disposed of at pries showing an advance of fully l per ton olas rees upondll4bhee ofine ounter mp the raton s?d lo" q?.lity realiring about emmte s?sq stationt Tahe olooing were the primes obtaine :--Da kratio, LU to -£2 10s; brown, "'?,5s. t6 £8L 13. &lt;yellow eountbts, 26-St 6d. to8910a; "ine yellow couten, and triaw' toloor crystals, £62 do £43 Is gay eryetqls, £48 10s a wanritiuacryet.lsIn(e. smple), £6 LOs.-I. M. Jerart.
PRODUCE REPORT. [MORT AND CO.] [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 28 January 1862
-' * . PRO[OqE BPO.] . -. Exoar iI o .1 Wool.-Owing to the news front ~mg andby his pnkt is eerr t y dpcljese adt our anotuio. day the ias melth Iam ot dieinl noL chit nteorfl? belisrtatadl Ohja ss ·so and on thu.de atnel wejjad1 snhlt a ioadeellnolldto 3d per l ' or othbr Int weoe suld ot pa ofr witbiin jl~sis~on nnisttamstU 60 wid~ s' we .weiw'not psPprasireztu~thethbudmfe phi heif~aulhttfii-'si .n pmhbiirityfth.odtziflinedo of 41th* ileeion in th tane~asiitti-t mee·tthe deolimloked fiorty pur. u ers, wrer?oo peled to withdraw the bulk E the , kin--As there wua no diephedon to operate all gsceptone lot were held over formezteale. .-Tallow.-Tbhs mnailt partsaes in asme deph 4f the enra|l depruimn. and pries were ai abeelo? th'?nbl ktll 'woelk_- • - .. , ' '· ,' ,/·.?, ', 'ides.--Only in mal npplyInd oet ligl'i feloti" quality, pri~a ranged e.m 1to ambh me hide, very hev, sold for fOe. *Palsclas Conmwr. ' Woo0t. .d . e. to midlin ................ ito. i~resse *Ditto. -'Mcs piees. br...
[O B. EDSWORTH.] [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 28 January 1862
Lo a. ueswoame.] Wool-In oezaquonoe of the shordiem of the time between the delivery of the letters and the edvatiseedtime of sale, the prodnee salewa pwetpooid illi tlisafteinoon, whebr the atendne ofthe r wgabn yea ,wbd e and although the icounts of the 1olemba? dles were d courging. and the Peb~7ir eerlUlkel toleatll lower, still where theres wle s dirptlon to me the market there erepet olbore mwhlioe to eperate; aodlUth oni, two eneptlione the whole of the bsl .foqd ~.uqr.. ea~ at a decline of lid to 2d per lb, being equivalslt to Stat m etioned in the Londou beokes' repoet. Upon ]hily onidseri thesaubjeot, the grower must arckow. ledge that even at ls rduction he has an sdvanta~e. the additional purmiam he is called upon to pay for nm -urnoe, and the rate of height being oh thrse, wee h to ship on hi acoount, he would End that the te on th: spot for ash was far better than the unoertainty of tlhe home market. What is the state of the home market P It is this; theules opened und...
VOLUNTEER RIFLE PRACTICE. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 28 January 1862
VOLUNTEER BIFLE PRACTICE. The following is the result of the iring on Saturday mo ding . distanee, 160 yards: Ljeuteaut Given............ 8 1 1 0 ... 7 Sergeant Blant............... I 1 0 ... .6 Hall ............'1 2112 ... 7 SPrivte Bays ............... 22111 ... ,, .Davis ... 1.... o 12 1 ...5 ,, Davidson............ 2 1 222 ... 9 , Gaukarth:.......... 1 0 0 21 ... 4 ,, Imrie ............... 1 2 1 1 2 ... 7 ,, MacdonaldD....... 0211 I.. 5 , Moir .............. 2 0 2 1 *.. 6 S Norria ............... 1 1 0 2 ... 5
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 28 January 1862
SALES BY AUCTION. MILCH COWS WITH YOUNG CALVS. r M. COCKBTRN has received (ntrctionus to . Sell by Public Auction, at the Corporatlon Bale Yards, TO.MORROW, the 29th Instant, at II o'clock precisely. 5 MILCH COWS WITH YOUNG CALVES, all broken-in to ball and quirt. Tennrm, Cash. 192 SQUEENSLAND. Imeportant to Nitetrs, Capitalists, Speculators, and 'ai esiroem of securing a Oomfortabi The vwhol of the Valuable property knowa a? THE BREKEB MILLS and SBOILING.-DOWN ESTABLISHMENT, S Ania 0 AOCREB of LAxD, TO BE BOLD BY PUBLIC AUCTION. H N. COCKBURN baa received instructions S frow Joeeph Fleming, EBq., to Sell by Pable Auction, • ON THE GROUND, On .WEDNESDAY, the .12th FEBRUARY, S".... . .at 11 o'clock precisely, Th- whole of the Valuable Property known aa * 'THE BBEMEB MI.LS, " Smnlting of STEAM FLOURB MILL " TEAM SAW MILL, BOI[ING-DOWN ESTABLISHMENT, -. 8140 Acres of rich alluvial LAND, having a ,Itontage of 8 .miles to the navigable river Bremer. ¾ THE FLOUR MILL Is a rmo substantial ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 28 January 1862
f bt . .utt3ls" tftim. , TE MS : SuiscRai.rTio-The .amount ofsmb?~ontion to th Qoeeos d Timel is Beven BbhIll neand Sitseneej quarter, iftpaid in aavanoe,'or ERgtShlllig and io . pence credit. , The luarte tr'tmetri on bde B0th 8ep tembdr, 81stDedmiber, 'lat l8as , mnd BIth June, at which periods eoy con aubs?ribera. de.?.n by iving notice, in'd paying thie amout duie t0 io the a .? e ciurrent quarter. . Single copie, Silpenmoe. ADVaBTI?E?MTS are a era sLed 0eed 0o to the?. l lowing acale:- .. d. Twolines................. . ......; 1 O Fourines.................................. 0 8Silin6e '.;..:... ......... . ....... . . 2 4 Eight 'ines ................;....... 8 0 Every additionaleight li~ .......... 1 0 The following Discountt is alloi on all adver~tle. mnenut kotinued-d For 6 ineertions............. 10 pr cent. 13 ,, ...·.. . , 26s , ';..............I25 ,, AU advertisement mest specify on the faee of them the number of times they are to?be inserted, or they will beeontinuedtill ...