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IMPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 28 January 1862
IMPORTS. Telegraph:)8 boxes glass, 1 case bedstads, 1 bundle w.helsh1 bhnd2spades, 1 cask sundries, 8 oases oil, & Alnd ;- 1 bag seedB Brownlie; 14 tans boots and shoe, I bale leather, 1 ease shoese, 8 eaeswjames, S ases pikle, 6 chests tes,l case blue, 1 case starh, 4 eases candles, 11 ases, 1 bale, 8. Benjamin; 1 bale leather,T. Brennaeeke; 1 case eonfectionrry, 1 keg barley, 1 barrel urrants, J. Berkman; 1 parcel, Bank of Autialssi ; 1 hogbhead saundries, I asek, I ase axes, 2 bundles spun yarn, 1 bundle shovels, 1 bale handles, 8 kegs' nails; 1 asne fincy goods, 6 chests, 6 half-chests, 18 boxes tea, 1 ease clovms, Sboxes gls, I ease stone, l ask irons, 8 baee- nails, 2 bundle spade, 1 bale lines, I sket satones, 1 osk cream tartar, 1 case almonds, .5 ces saune, 8 eisk oat meal,. 1ek se?ds,, 1. case pste, 1 caus hams, caes, 1 bale, Cribb and Foote; 1 cask horse.bohes, D. ortkhill; 'liogshead bindy, 9 quirner-cask wine, 7 cases old temjw:hrter;:4O cabes fruit, Suiea,,' D....
Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVAL. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 28 January 1862
ARRIVAL. January 25.--Telegraph, steame, .00 tons, Oaptain Henry O'RPilly, from SydnesJanuamy 11. Passn -Mr. and Mim Simpson, M3. and tie. Bnne?tt, -e. and Mrs. M'Oath, Ms. M'Dermott and erant, Mrs. . W. p~egan and serrant, Dr. O'Doherty, ev, . W. . Gore, Messme. Maskallt, I M. Frguo Humlnfray, B. Smith, . Browlie, . Want, W. iilgrow, K. M'Der mott, R. M'Kinle?, Master Gore, M tM'r IKinle, Mr. t. Alexanuder, Mr. Kelly, and 80 in the steerage. - Januuary 26.-Badtutt amer,tm, Captain Tremton, from Sydney. January 27.-Vixen, schooner, 181 ton, ,Captain Bennett, from Sydney. January 27.-Pioneer, schooner, 80 teas, OCaptain J. Biggs, from Newcautle.
THE TOWN HALL. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 28 January 1862
TEE TOWN.HALL. The following memorial is now in course of sig nature. Copies of it may be signed at Messrs. Cribb a,.d Foote's, at Mr. Worry's, and at the Queeesulacnd Timer?s' office. To the Worshipful the Mayor and the C-orporati" of Ipswich. The memriasi of the undereigMd ttplsyers;of the teown of Ipswiohiespectfully shoeweth, that your memori-. lists have heard:'with great surprise that a resolutionuhas been passed by the Municipal Council to erecta Town hall,at a cost of (£81200) twelve hundred pounde. Your meemorialists would respectfully reprenent to you that, in their opinion, unob a building is not reqeired at the present time ; and, knowing as they do the heavy debt resting upon the Municipality, and also ksowingthbo great necessity which- exiats for forming and improving the streets of the town, they express the hope that the Counil-will not divert the funds of the Muniloipality to such an unneessary purpoe as that ?ontemplated. Your menorialista would also respectfully.r...
POLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 28 January 1862
POLAND. The following letter; dated Warsaw, tbhe 16th, contaioelfrtherdletaiflsof the severity with Which the MUhftunate inhabhitants of .that city are treated bytbe.Rsasian 4thorities4-- . UItlidiAJfiilt to fohm an idea ef thne .wmlehieh et'tils'dmbmsnt iti'Stei6o the kindom es of Pola, qadn at.houanle~Vehyhia, Podollad a indthe kaiukie. Vhlile theroilhtaj fo i an the interior it contnoilousy .eievring re.F.poe~snt other large bodies of top:are~n being ceriotated 0n the freaoeerd ofPolend. Gtlaor a the. Ui?ihn' b~dusteri. The 1lthdivision of tthbo, rthes i?salrokd.d%'eio trm~ed ohn the sde'oressast . til StheawrodirOnera l Todtleben arid of GeheialHonsen et.Zomoo, shewe'as a eounoilofwar..?id-?s the tjuobr . etos pf ?orrel .Ioukhossoet..at .whloh:)esral . Lde?-. and the oerseals on the staffofthe army isPofnd . elated. Aicr thils Counoil, the ,Oeeqbliuspeote.d the fortressesa of the qm'udiilterl, bntween the Vtstuls, the 'arew,,the Bug, end 'the 'Wiepree; An~onmouesouP ply of provi...
Local and District News. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 28 January 1862
Eacal auib eiutrict Nebns. •-. -- ? .. .; - T. IstrfaooliwA j L,.-The mal pr Raici. tha,- for Sydney and the southern colonies, will'bi'nmade up at thebil?wich Po--oflice on Wednesday; for rgis teredletters mand newsppe#i at half-past one, adil for al other letteis at two o clock. The Balclutlha isto erve Brisbane at 7 a.m. on Thursday morning. . T"i BcTar.CxI?.rcr--The Rev. B, ."il pnrehed at this church on Sunday lst, and aftrd the evenuig serrvle he administered the ordinance of baptism to fire inembers of the church-two nmales and thiee females. A8rvALr or IEscxt m Veassua.-By a telegaphic meenage,"a-ted Lytton, 7 o'clock p.m. last night, we are ihformed that the Saldahha was boarded by jilot uierlhy on Fridsy last, anl -that pilot Sholl tookehsrge pf the Jessie M?an yesterday (Monday). oth vessels may be expected in the ay to- day. Tee WoOLoloor oo-Thi e.- sm e is still a Can Cowan, tdg'ged in taking in water and prpaing dor is. There hsa-been eomie disturbance on beard, throug...
A DEFENCE OF THE CORPORATION. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 28 January 1862
A DEPENOB OF TUE COnebEATION. Wa are heartily rejoiced to find that the Corio ration have at length sueeded in finding a champion. Our contemporary, in his tlet issue, takes up the cudgels on'their behalf, and has endeavoured to show the vast amount of good which they have accomplished. We again say ,e rejoice that they haveir found so able an advocate, for we shall now be relieved from the charge to which we were formerly liable, viz., that of persecution. Now, however, seeing that the corporation have an organ possessed of such a "sense of respect" 'for them, we shall fIeel no compunction in pointing out a few more of the doings of that immscu late body. We will, however, first address ourselves to our contemporary's remarks. Speaking of 'is, he says:-" Our contemporary who, for more than a year, has been an unappreeiateddletatbr and bogie-boo to the present Council?;'"i We were under the impression that thiejourrial was nearly .foli mbnths 6ld,. but it is just possible that we ma...
DIARY. MEMORANDA FOR THE WEEK. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 28 January 1862
D~ARY. N INODAWDA ]POnt 125 WanE. JA IA. Sun I HJlhWatr.e Br I Rises. JSets. aore. ( ftre 1 I WEID·n ..... I 5 4 I -st I 7101 I 40 29 | W5osD535A2.. 525 65 I Ssti 5I8 -0 TutIsDaT ..... I 515 8 611 9 6 1D . 4 1S Fasar ........ 1 S 2 6. S l 10 10 L 10 I II SATrURDA...... ( 6 37 5 0 II . 0 1 24 2 | SIwaT ......... ( S6 | 6 60 i t 4g ! 0 80 $ I Meons .........I 8.8 2 8 4 I040 I .1 .Ths duib-reue its. time hatweet high Water at the Bar ?an risbhae Is 1 hour l5mlnuit, and•tpswrch S ?eom 2 mInutes, ahich dlfere?tte must be added on the tint of hlh wstero? its _?. . · . . . . Theesbacrly windshon she a e , of the Bny, sod the flahes In' thetietr, oumt calun. varIaton frm our table, but hte are oeilrelabeeldawd ioeIed b7 no.?ov t Lw. cta eflutreTlan8b ftnis; TUESDAY, JANUARY 28. 1862.
THE NOGOA MASSACRE. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 28 January 1862
THE NOGOA" 1'ABSAO(IE. " os the Me?bsste ,aw?ai't. A letter, written by Mr. T. W. Wills, the son of the unfortunate gentlemen who was murdered by thie natives in Queensland, has been made public, in which the writer sup plies some- partiedlars of the events skiich preceded the massacre. These will be found given st length in an inner column. One passage of the, letter runs:-" A few of the natives then came up to the camp to look at the white 'maries' (women), as they call them. One of the' black women wanted to exchange her piccaninnie for the overseer's wife's baby; hut of'oouree the white woman did-not see the point at all." It seems to us not impossiblethat the pantomine of the black woman may have been mistaken, and that her object was not that with which she was credited. A supposi tion has already been hasarded by one of the nortbernjournals that the fearful deed.of the blacks was committed in'revenge for some wrong previously intflicted upon them by white men, and that they m...
THE SETTLEMENT OF AUSTRALIA. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 28 January 1862
-THE SETTLEMENT OF AUSTRATAA. The following article, which 'is peculiarly applicable to this colony, appears in Clouglh's Circular: " When looking at the fleet of vessels in our harbours, loading the cargoes' of our, produce for the markets of Europe, we cannot buti' be proud of our adopted country, and the climate which enables us to do so to the extent of in value of £12,000,000 from gold, wool, and other sources, and when observing the:msg nifeent line of clipper merchant vessels which pour intoour ports daily, from all parts of the world, seeking and obtaining loading; making passages across the seas which a few years ago would not have been dreamt of,. we feel that we are coming nearer and nearer to our mother homes, enjoying all the luxuries of foreign and European productions, with the necessariesof life so inexpensive, that tre find we have left a country where everything is cbestly which sustains life, in comparison, for a land of peace and plenty. The almost un bounded ext...
LONDON WOOL SALES. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 28 January 1862
LONDON' WOOL SALES. Sale by Mr. Henry P. Hugh.s Thuhday, Nmoumte 7th: Z, Clebar (Mc ,Bawy wool)l M&kW, 18.t 2d, a, tS,; wMJr, 6 at 274 5 at Zljd,6 at 285. "z TtmeW:'WBSToothover-uii,4at2; "8 . , Sale b Messr. Chares Jaomb and rSo, FPiday, ovember 8th: 'E?z Tiptree: A in irle over Mt. Hutton, 10 at 194d, Sstl94e 15 ait 18) d, 7 at Id, t at1ld; hLA in di. moond, 9 atSd, at 21d, Sat 20fd; W,7 at 9Istd, I at 18, ; o over CLS, 18 at 221d, 7 at ed, 2 at 2id; B&T over M Bay, 8 at 2-d; DJOK, 1 at 26: WR, 8 at 20d, 19 at t d, at 19d, I at 14d; Bose Valley, 5 st 15d; Collingwood, 7 at 264, 8 at 24d HAT, 7 at 1s14; :A, 10 B t 19ld, 1 at 19, 7 d, I latl 6d; TarmPe, 7 it e4td, 8 at 24d. Ez s d ofJudAsh: JT,15 at 04d. Ez British Trident: JR over B ravered, I st 10td. Ez Star of Peace: TB in diamondover M. Bay, I at said. ?ale by Mesas . T. Simes and Co., Saturday, Ho~ r?embe 9t:h - Exptiree: feover T,Pikedlae,3at 254; over CIba, 11 st 194, 7Sat ISd, I at 17Td, 5 at ld; over Goombu...
MELBOURNE. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 28 January 1862
MBLBOURINE. Mesrs. J. H. OLoCOK and Co. repor:t WooL-The mail news, per BLoses, as to the state of the home wool.msrkets, te of the moat unatisfsctory obar?eter. The state of trade In the manufacturing die tricts is described a being very bad, many of the mills working only half-time, and others altogether unem played, in consequence of the heavy eoeumulation of goods in the manfacturer' hands. Under such cir enumstance, it can soareely be a matter of surprise, that wools here undergone a futhe er serious deolinein rioe- very inferior dehoiptions of Cape and New Zealan wools, suitable for low army eontrmets for meriac, being about the only kind not included in the fall in prices and snoe the arrival of the mail buyers hrave been altogether dilin lined to operate, except at a reduction in tesl. We have been fortunsate enoegh, before the imr'il of the mail, to dispose of about 820 bales of the liotas bought in. at ourlst sale.. Tallow.-We have sold a few leots of beef and mixed tallow...
ADELAIDE. Friday, 17th January, 7 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 28 January 1862
- ADBIAWDE. Friday, 17th January, ? p.m. Flour, mik dressed, in-dull of eels, at £12OC Cd. ,.'Wet is didclining. The price ofdelivery at tell :Pot-is ;lO1. - The cargo oftbhe Amands, from Maurtiuasti sl t?, -day at the following prices;--Bation sugs r raveeted at from £21 to £80 perton; yellow counter, 88411 yellow &'rystIsS ... The weater is still eool. o _ Mronds, 7Tom. • Thew ;ae alight rednctioun tinhe pd c_, .end wbetto4l5gy. -:_..-", - Much anxiety hbsee en usuesdAd syndotdib?tvitM en resueihed about the steamer a?rr ay ?-i - Guieheu Bay for here last Thursday. ,la --,,
MELBOURNE. Friday, January 17th, 9 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 28 January 1862
MELBOURNE. Friday, January 17th, 9 p..'.. The Treasurer has made his financial stateetent The estimated revenue is £3.100.4000 ' The gold duty is to be reduced during the year to ls. 6d. per ox. Passengers rates.areo.lo i. b altogether abolished, also the Chineise rejidenc' tar . . - The following new taxes are proposed-On i, 2s. per cwt.; dried fruits and preserves, 1p cwt.; sheepwasb tobacco, 2d. per' lb.i matB per bushel; hops, 21. per lb.; on wine anaddltir Is. per gallon; cigars, ..lditoinal 2s,? per Ib,; new duty of 3d. per package on all goods :mo . and exported. The wi'rds of the resolutio e, "Goods in packates or pireols or otiheWir$ entry, 3d.; goods in bulk by weight or imie .a number for each unit or entry. he nt rhe r to bp fixed by the Governorin O uncil." '.:"\' The debate is adjourned toTuesday ; lustoms duties in the interior Lr being at.the new rates. . ' ? - - Monday, Jenuary2Oth, The'Mioisterial statement was well The rowing match between M'Grath a was won easily...
NEWS FOR AUSTRALIANS. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 28 January 1862
NEws rOR AusTherTANs.-ACcording to the Ami' de Beligitn, An important step is being taken'iat Rome, calcolated to have a salutery infuinence on the inrtrest of Ciathlicism in theEnast. The propaganda is to be divided into two entirely distinct conarega. tions. Oie would have under its jusiediction :Eigland, America, Australia, and the Transatlantic MIssiones; theb other would be exclusively occupied witb the non-Latin rites. Distinguished men are to be speciallypsummonial from differetit countries, and the religiouse affira of theEast are to benmade ~the objeoct of aprofound study anl bf sjpeclal solicitiidC This may be a grOatstep towards the uniion of the cluesmitic G:' ell Churcess with the 0hurh bf
Colonial Extracts. NEW SOUTH WALES. SUMMARY OF NEWS TO THE 22ND JANUARY. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 28 January 1862
. -. NEW SOUTH WALES. SOWUSSY eP NEWS TO TOE 22SD JANUABT. (From the Bydney M2forning Herald.) The weather.huo been oppressirely hot through nutihe entire week, and the want of rain is being The ktodles of the English cricketera and the de feat ofour swo eleven at the intercolonial mnatch were.the chief topics of dis?ssion during the early parstofe. week. The coming contest with the .Bnglish Eleven on the Sydney ground is still looked forwardto with unabated interest. -.Tae k?nouncement, per mail, of the chance of a Wasfbtlween Great Britain and the FederafiGovern. mentor America has caused a great deal of excite ient but the general impression is that such a con festh-at the present juncture especially--highly isajrobablhe. William Benison, who was shot some time since by Peisley, the bushranger, at Bigga, has since died. There isa report current that Peisley himself has been subsequently shot • A wild bn'Jock, which.was wandering about the streets of Maitland. on Friday morning, t...
FEARFUL STORM ON THE NORTH-EAST COAST. Bridlington Quay, November 11. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 28 January 1862
FEARFUL STORM ON, THE NORTH-EAST .0ABT. Bridlington Quay, November 11. The violent storm rwhlich swept over the north. east Coast with snch fearful results, on Saturday week, has been followed, -b? andther, within eight days, no less violent, and scarcely less disastrous in its effects.. Along the line of coast running from the Humber to Flambro' Head, it has fallen with a severity unprecedeuted for many years, and the beach, for many miles of this place, is literally covered with stranded vessels and wsieck. 'I'he eoast here forms a flue bay,.bounded on the north by the bhalk. cliffs and sunken rocks of Flambro' Head, and on the east and south by a low line of clay eliffs and a sandy beach, exposed to the full fTorce of storms from the. north-east, south, and south east, which sweep over it with irresistible vio lence. Stretching from the Hunmber to within a few miles of Flahbro' Head is a eunken slhol.osalled the Smethwick sands, over which the sea breaks when the wind is on the l...
Home and Foreign Extracts. THE AMERICAN BELLIGERENTS. Southampton, Thursday, November 21st. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 28 January 1862
THE AMiERICAN BELLIGEREiNTS. Southampton, Thurpday,'November Slut. Great ecitement bs bees creoated hbre ty the arrival in our waters this morning of a 'teamer of war hearing tihe flag of the Confederate 'BSates of America, and which has jinee come into 4qce, where she now lies snugly berthed ie the ,outer tidal basin. SIhe came up theriver bibou 8 'lookc, and anchoired off hlie nouth f the thi withi the Confederate flag'flyigattheipeaBk ahd ,a penaht at the main. Soon ifterwards a number 'of men were landed from herfnttie hocks; who proved to be the crew of a. late Auierioan merthant ship, named the Harvey Birch,.. which had been cap tured and brpt on Tuesaey worning pear the enltlrance of he'Chiinel. The steamer in question wascaled the Nashville before she was purchased for the Oonfedeiate naty, and is of 1.120 tons burden. • Sheiscommanded by Gaptiin Peagrim, his chief" sobordinate officers being First-Lieutepant. Fauntleroy and Seco-d Lieutenant Bennett, and she has a cesw of 0...
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 28 January 1862
BIRTHS. - At the Bank of Australasia, Ipswich, Queensland, on the 26th instant, Mrs. Geo. Maughan, of a son; both well. On the 25th instant, at her residence in Brisbane- street, Mrs. Besser of a daughter. . MARRIAGE . On the 21st instant at Warwick, by the Rev. Thomas Kingsford, Samuel William Aldred, Esq., to Miss Jannett Hay, both of Warwick.
THE ROCHDALE OATH CASE. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 31 January 1862
TeE LOCKDAEr Orn Cs?-g-_ the Court of Exchequer on Meaday n. appeal eamE on from a decision of Mr. Teanple,judge of the County CoMUt of lochdale, who had refused the testimony if Mrs. Maden in a ease, on the grounds of ineligious beliet The-Lord Chief -rstice said the Court were agreed that the proceeding of the County Coort Judge wse right. the appeal was tacordingly dismissed. DEATR or Sia H. Dovso.ae.-Gneral Sir Howard Dougas died on the 8th instant in the 85th iear of his age, aing been born in 1r76. Hi career, minitary, political, and scientide, had been both long a md distin guished. He entered the army in early life, served in Portugal and Spain in 1808 and 1808, formed part of the expedition to Walehberen in the foUowin, year, returning to the peninsala in: 1818, and sersed therem until the close of the campaign of 1818. He was Goemuorof New Brunswick from 1828 to ·829, was.. Lord High Commiesi?ner of the oteisa Islands from 1855 to 1840, represented Liverpool from 1842 to 1...