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Original Correspondence. NEW WAY TO OBTAIN A VERDICT. BARTLEY V. ROW. To the Editor of the Queensland Times. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 31 January 1862
whipch ap;ipesrc ,i yor .iu- ". r ni ddy, last, tpton?te 'subj~r:ofWas.attempt st.de l? et., rignd l~o pe, eastion tofinfldsaca;f :±~ - theam is yet another ibthh hasr bnot iesen t4ibed upon, and as it is an importast one;I aball'~not hesjtat to claim the paeuary 6pans to call Eublio attention to it. Bsr~fr·B~al ttetoo thejuysmn.ls datea the 1'stl usap ia4~ti creful enquig that thejurysout, ~i _Onttees Wa~5.ot.5C.O5td in Ipatich tilt the evenia~ lof.', that day, anire;io. finthe hand of th 8herifi'ali till the nncuisi ofi.o;s0ta~ `Oth.The ucatiesin, theqrefore • isece-where didMa DrtH Jearn wuh werethe lure-. " men that were eummoai ed :.-evidently did neoteo?ai the infoimation fmtus thoparti s mimne wiho eru oned, as his letters were irritten two re they were served. The information guisfa es ve been ob tained from eome one in the depateit wthih h?aiseharge ,of the jury list, and whose duty t lt iste ie the ban. meonses; or, at least, it i' 'difilt7 to mai e hwl Jsrs.? the informat...
DENILIQUIN STOCK MARKET. Thursday evening January 16. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 31 January 1862
3)ENIhIQUIN 8TOCK MARKEtE Thursday evening January IS. There have been no arrivals of Store Catle during the week, and no trnansactions further than those previously mentioned. Baker's 1200, sold to Mesrs Mackinnosn and Lydiard, of Come, have re-croeed theriver. A mob of 1000, mixed, partly store and partly fat, have started for Hisndra(wrongly printed in our last as. Kiandre), on the Upper Lachlan, and are now en roase for the Edward river. No Fat Cattle have passed, bat a mob of 500 mirned, from Mnosrs. Harvey and Cookburn's are expeoted to ros to-day. The quantityof Fatat Cattle that tas gone down into Victoria during the last week or so, has verp materially decreased, and this must be regarded as satis factory. The demand for Store SheepiS well maintained, hat ther are none to speak of in the marker. A t moderate prices a large number might easily .benitted, and really good sheep would command atoppriee. On Wednesday 2St000 Fat wethers (Coaw's) passeed down. We understand also t...
[O B. EBSWORTH.] [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 31 January 1862
jLo a. NanoeaoR.] Woon.--here is little to report in this market.. No improvement can be noted on the prices obtained last week, and purchasera will not ,operate except .at the decline then noted. Sheepskilhs dull of sale. Tallow is ocarcely so firm. There have been no boiling parcels offered, and that catalogned to-day consisted entirely of mixed melting, and being hardly worth the attention of shippoerthe biddings were without anima tion, although no actual fall in the market can be reported. Hides.-A considerable decline was notiCed last week, and prchasers have not come forward to amist the market, consequently there has only been a limited busi nes done at the reduction. There is difficoulty in making. arrangements for frieghts for new ehipperm. -~ . I . .
IMMIGRATION. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 31 January 1862
[MIIGRATION. A a?SORT time ago we referred to the coming tide of immigration, which there was every rea son to expect would set upon our shores. The. irst waveof the tidal stream has now reached us ; three large vessels-the Saldanha, the Jessie Munn, and the Csesar Godefroy-have arrived within a few days of each other, and brought an addition of about one thousand.souls to our population. Of this number, all who are disposed for hard work, and who will at once strike into the interior to seek for colonial expe tience, will soon find employment. Those, how ever, who have come here with the hope of living by the useof their wits, or, in other words, without hard work, had better have remained at home--we do not want them here. What we do want, are men of capital, and enterprise along with their capital-or men who love labour, andI are determined to mend their circumstances by making that labour the means of accumulating capital. SIn our former article, we pointed out the ne cessity of...
ABSTRACT OF SALES BY AUCTION. THIS DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 31 January 1862
ABSTRACT OF SALES Bf AUCTION. This Das. By Mr. H. M. Comuavar, at the residence of P. Var dew, Esq., Ehossilli, at 11 o'cloek, 60 head of cattle. SATUanr, PaEBBUXBY . By Mesrs. MACKENZIE & BOWLa?nD, at the Oriterion Hetel, at 10 o'clock, all the honesiold furniture, bar utensils, &e. MONDY, FItIaUlY 8. Br Mr. H. M·( COCKa En, at the residen~ e of Mr. C. Ferris, Brisbane-street, at 11 o'clock, household mtrniture, ?herse, l. Cw Erthutezlantb Ctmes0. FRIDAY, JANUARY 31, 1862. '' 9P_ · .
VICTORIA. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 7 February 1862
VICTORIA. From the Argus we quote as follows: Ot'. Qutteensotff corr, pondenlt writes: "t haunt fotr o'Oio k this afternoon Jonnary 21), a reoflVing storm. trcv lling in a direction fr:om snoit-we-c to niorth.-wet. passed a ashort distance to the west' of Qileensrliff The ship Lillies. Cl?ptain Btll, Ihond for Boimbay, which had left Hffhsoo's Bay in' tie itorning, had arrived outside, sand ad Iore to, to dischtarge her pilot, who tooik his leave and wentt on board tile pi ot cutter. I he captain at once gave olrders to fil1 ihe lower yardsn and set tile fobrertnl; ltut.as the.vessel payed off. the wind kept shi tumg round, anid, seeing a sqtall toming utt, lhe onuerCed the topgallant h?lvarls to be let go. Before thit could be done. tlie squall, or rather the shir!willd, caghlt her, and in ins insut sihe was a wreck. TIhe bowsprit bIroke off, attd ente ilbnboard; the foremast went Olose to the deck, ttd fell on the deck louto, carrying away the mainyard in the slings. The smaintopm...
DIARY. MEMORANDA FOR THE WEEK. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 7 February 1862
DIARY. sUsOhAI NDA FoR t WEERK. S EBRUAY . sun IliUghWa'r. rn Br B~tstonAD. . Rtse'? Be. I Morn. AOrn. p ( FarreY ......... 542 I 48 4 0 1O 4 5 8 O BAW oDAT ..... 6 4I2 1 6 4 1 4 46 5 4 8l8eCDr...t..l 15451t4415501550 I se ( Tot ....... 6 4 6 4 I S 110I 7)34 12 ( WeDSaDsa ... I 5 U4 1 6 42 7 1 1 816 Is-T?nwner ...... I 5-4 41 838" 9 0o The dil'erence in time between high water nt the Bee and Brisbame Is ! hourdS mirutre, and Ipswich 5 hourn 55 mieuntes. r-heh differenee mun t be added tu the tlme'othigh wster on the Bar. The easterly winds on the ueast of the Buy, end the frenhes In theriver. oteon cause a arition from our table bul thene are merelyaccidental, and governed by no knbow law. FtRD Ftu EBirslanRb ir1e. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 7, 1862.
WANDERINGS IN TROPICAL AUSTRALIA. [FIRST SOUTHERN CRUISE.] No. IV. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 7 February 1862
WANDERINGS IN TROPICAL AUSTRALIA. (From the SM. t. Herald.) jFIRST sOtTrcsmic CRUISE.] No. IV. Afrter a stay at Lizard Island of a few days only. the ulica Percy left on a short lcich.a-,le.mr seacking erite to the southasrdI, tihe chief inducement in selpeiheg this ronte being the certainty of afaiirwind icomng baeck. Oi.the second day afterwards we took up an anrhnrhoge"near, the Inoeky Islets and ref hearsing.N.E.'from Ukpe Hatery, dihtant ten mile. Here we remained.fer a fo:'tnightl. beche do. mering with consideramhl success, until lithe, neighli hnring reefs w4>til five, pr sif miles ind been pretty well ,leared of" fish ." I may now give an .econnt of the mode of collecting aid prcpa.ring becheade mer. . preliminaryinform -tion it is anecesasytomen. tion.thalt. as in the S W. Pacifc. so on the N.,. aoset of Auti alias, besides three kin is if heche de. mar especially sought for, there ate a few other sorts which seldom occur in any great pilenty (as " prickly ash," and " w...
MUNICIPAL ELECTION. THE NOMINATION OF ALDERMEN. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 7 February 1862
IlNICIPAL EL ON. 7i anxxxre io ow F A MEcs. 'h-rihailbS of firreS Allleriire'rn ser, .rc the coop W tern. hofti oPetU and Gorrs, *who 'edti &p . nt"ir tuk k,1rice a the stores of ,tr1ThU~IR last, owing.to the Court. bof,,'??s' ? b brttdr'the busineis ot the Tgh esturt?nm.' Sr, AierfD9 .Zu.intnot..aaidd •s-"he .t'jof the meetin witP .for the purpose of S ratepayers t serye in tihe Municipal r frr.thmree years, i plie of Mesars. ''6omp* aid cGorrjy, ptlittlbaon eligible for -i.el'Zi e the read thera"vei.iseeiret, ard explarlot thein that those dehb 6 de'Skli hle 'fot the e nidc thoseligible to vote, ieriuldl 'uiire : le ,tAr;,i sthat is, 'all 'ersiiai who tkretfree" oeltr2'; hon ebolder, and all persons who .ere rateprie of thie town of Tgpiric!, T".Thte ~ismns .who r'i:nstp.y the whole of their iriea us to bthe and: deit.J ar 6y Mhnnd4a neit,'wriuid be diti~q-a liuejlrorr'Irt*; but their not voting Would noat freete m'fiom lirhilityto'pay 'the ratPs, as, at the uexn itt)r of ...
Local and District News. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 7 February 1862
Luocal anu Ditrict Ncts. LECTcvR AT THRE SCHOOL OP ARTs.-It will be oh cerred that the lecture advertised to be delivered by the Rev. Mr. Curnow at tlhe School of Arts on Tuesday even ing is postponed to Thursday, the 13th iastant. This will le the opaning lecturedof the present season'scourae, and we have no doubt that it will be well attended. We understand that it is the intention of the committee to, secure the delivery of two lectures a month. Several gen tlemen have already volunteered, and we trust that othes who are competent will follow their example, so that the committee may be enabled to publish a syllabus of the course. • . * . TovzaEE esE LAxo SAEs..-Land sales have been advertised for Monday next, the 10th instant, at the fol. lowing placeb-Draftod, Nanango, and Taroom, at the polie offices f the respective localities. REOezls4,RlosTrana, RsGottEfi.-We again beg' r remircld oilbrderlthht if they wish to secure a voice in theilectioen ?i?m-eober P esliaameat, they must...
THE TWO MILLS. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 7 February 1862
Tee Two Mans.-Xn a Iarge sobool there d we tw t..cbem of the nanre of MlL One wes ubland and8 Fo e ering seldom or never having rseooretab te er s of ~iecipliee in It. roghest form. The the'~rwas ;i~ h,~spy· warm uphpl dr of the ilghts of the i; Theditmrelie wae soen noted the bof4ao dthe ae' wrppropiiately knowaastheieour fi' l athsa e is1 Mill - --" .j r Ay e but seneider hor eeoen eharge himwith they deonfind . He sleid~thai
IMPOUNDED AT LITTLE IPSWICH. Driving and trespass, £2 12s. 6d. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 7 February 1862
IMPOUNDEb AT L1TTL IPSWICH. .'Promn Mr. O. Hanson'a Paddock, Driving and trespass, £2 ,12s. 6d. A bay mare, branded a roundW trear-4holder and thigh like T.erosa 8 under saddle near.ribh. If not released onor before the 27th February, will be sold. Fromlnm oewood. Drivingand trespass, £~l 1. pr head Obeenut mare, blats; near-hind- oot-whilte,-oirle.ovsr 0 off-shoulder ; over C.nearrthoulder. Chesnut solt, aip 4 near-ribs. Oheanutt imare,I hind.feet white, blhea, RH nea.. shouldar.. " Bay bhorse, ear.thigh, BP over RW near.shoulder, Sike6 off-?shulder, 70 ros offaneck, near bind foot. wrhite, Driving and treepaass, £4 10. Roan mare and foal, hollowed.backed, M over W over' B pearshould', off- shoulder.,. : . bIf not released on or befre hq8b h of.hbrp wil'.i ha sold.•". ,E A. HAM1ENRAMI', Psandkepsr
RECAPITULATION. AUSTRALIAN CROP. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 7 February 1862
RECAPITULATIOB. Auarantas Cror. Sugar.. .... ..· . gu&stse ar ... "?.......... ... SS70 -SIrT.s Wait ltcia Cir,. Sugar ... . . ... .50 . ,alane in favonur of Atnablia in the value of her eops £70@e Lasasere. In Austrlia ... ... .. ..ao Salaries ... . .. .. .... 1400 s l .W.estla. d ,so. Sulares~ni .... ..sa· BSitnae in Iavour aof West Indles ... .. £ Las taLIm'(itl-su)fszihe cltl Itutlnln ..i.. rae.ereqatald in sfavsa Vsitlnats?ta ld 51ster afSLtuuara .,,a . r s. In addition to ihe above hajinee in vsrofthe,, nture Australian s ?ngar tlteas, bewillr "s.y others, which the West India hlater e;esot.Csjoy. .; of a signally fioancil charbier ; onep"ly, o.owhi I will here note by f8gpes , v,::The.. rmer.willl. have,atlest,snix cropsfromoeplanting-l~ ltter less than.ewo; J will sy tWo. Hence it folo~v, that the expenses of the latter in the tillagp ef4W acree, three times during six year; satten pounds per s?re, wil-amount to £6690, one-thi oulyof. which sum would be expeodedy.the...
SUPREME COURT.—IPSWICH. CRIMINAL SESSIONS. Tuesday, February 4. Before His Honor, Mr. Justice Lutwyche, and juries of twelve. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 7 February 1862
SUPREME OOURT.-ISWIO0. OInrMNAL Blsrows. Tuesday, Febsruary 4. His Honor, Mr. Justioe LutRwybe, and jurie. of twelve. Honor took his seat en the Bsech a ortly after lock ~B~e'~RAPB. Hortos, an aboriginal, was placed at the bar, and ed with that he did at Fernie Lawn, felonionsly one Jane Rae. Prisoner pleaded not guilty. Attorney-General opened the ease for the Orown, lied nno Rae, who was sworn, and stated that she was dine at Fernie Lawn, on Mr. North's station on s nenday, about a fortnight before Christmas, she had at the river washing; she left her children at the , and came sp from the river about noon; went to rown hut and put the kettle on the fire; then went wn to the saw-pit, about thirty yards from the hut, get some chips for the fire; saw a bag of sugar at the ge of the scrub, which belonged to witness; she took p the bag of sugar as well as she was able, and was arrying it up to the hut, when a blackfellow came iehind her and caught her by the hair tof the head; the pri...
QUEENSLAND AND OUR NORTHERN RIVERS HIGHLY ELIGIBLE AS SUGAR-PRODUCING LOCALITIES, FINANCIALLY CONTRASTED WITH THE WEST INDIES, AS REGARDS THE VALUE OF CROPS, AND THE COST OF LABOUR. To the Editor of the S. M. Herald. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 7 February 1862
QUEENSLAND ANDOUENORTHEIIN £11r238 HIGHLY ELIGIBLE SB 8UGAR-PEODOING . LOCALITIES, yINJZ OIALLY CONTRASITED WITa 22DB. WM8T. INDIES. AS XEGARDD THE VuuE oROcuPos, AND THE O0T OF ' •LA.BOUR.I .. . . . .. Toet Editor qf the . lf. erald. Bau,--I your'iseaue of the '14th insetnt,. a conre. spondent, writing under the inital. *J. A. L,6 requests from me a table shiwing the above results. Admitting the force of hiufremark that it would throw an additional light?? ou previon?aly published letters and fig-realiereci, and it being at the same time subject prospe~til affetiug the Public interests, I readily respond' p hli call. Ti,' will show the cost of European and free negro labour, as applied in the production of sugar in both countries respectively: TABLE elxhibiting the debit and credit r?isll of Sngar Plantation, producing lID tons -1ua ancd 25,000 gallons rum for one crop, in AButlia had" the West Indies respectively, with each onehundeed " free labourers; the former being based upoh....
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 7 February 1862
SALES BY AUCTION. QUEENSLAND. Important to Miliers, Capidaliss, Specnlators, and parties desirous of securing a Comfortable Homestead. The whole of the Valuable Property kBnown as TEHE BRE ER MILLS ' and BOILING DOWN EBTA~BLISHMENT, And 610 AVRES of LAND, TO BE SOLD BYn PUBLIC 'AUCTION. H M. COCKBURN has received instructions . from Joseph Fleming, Esq., to Sell by Pnblic Auction,. O0. THE GROUND, , On WEDNESDAY, the 12th FEBRUARY, Sat 11 o'clock precisely, The whole of the Valuable Property known as THE BREMER MILS, consisting of STEAM FLOUR MILL, STEAM SAW MILL,. R BOILING-DOWN ESTABLISHMENT, and:640 Aidre of' rich alluvial LAND, having a frontageof'S miles to the navigable river Bremer. THE FLOUR MILL is a modst substantial structure, 68 feet long by 30 feet wide, and three storeys high; the walls 2 feet in thickoeus, ajid built entirely of through stones, cut on both sides, no expense having been spared to obtain a thoroughly substantial s'rmcture: the floors and framing for mac...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 7 February 1862
: Tb € uartullanbi itluaus9 TEEMSi Soaavarreipo.-The mount of subselrpteon to the Queencland Time ils Seven 8billingip and Sixpence per quarter, if paid in adynce, or Eight Shillings and Bix pence credit. The quartrs terminate on 4he 8Oth B.p* tenaber,81st December, 81st March, and O0th-June, at which periods oniy can aubacribera denlieb.., giving notice, and paying .(he amount dua to tla oa f uin current quarter. . Singl copies, Sixpenee. . ADnE'rTu EMENTr are Eacted accrdi'ng to the fat lowing stcale:- . . . .. a. 4, Two linea............................... 1 0 Four lins............ ................. 2 6 Six lines ................................. 2 6 Eight lines, or under one inch ...... 8 0 Every additional eight lines, or inch 1 0 The following Discount is allowed o all advertliae. nmeants centinued- - For 6 insertions .............. 10 per cent. 13 ,, .............. 16 , S ,, .. ... 265 All advertisements must specify on the face of them the numbe'hr of times they are to be in...
THE IRISH IMMIGRATION SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 7 February 1862
TIE IR313 IEIGRATUOR SOQCIETT. It will be recollectedtha±t a few wee ago eneral letters appeared in the columnsof the Ipswichjo , nals, on the subject of the establisabment of an?.igh Immiratioo.p.lowiety?ni ..aeeutr nL._ S?_. a eren's Tou-ea bhas taken up the qsueotifo, and gives more explanations as to the mode of conducting the society than we have hitherto obtained. The fol lowing is the article referred to; The letter signed "An Irishman," from the Nor Ausatrhaln, copied in our last isasue, brings before the public of the Anustralian colonies, but more espeeiall~y before the Queensland Catholic people, a subject whiel we Catholics epeecially should closely watch. From thact letter, it appears that the Emigration Agent, Mr.Jordan, who was purposely sent Home by the Queensland Government to encourage a stream of emigrants, irre spective of country and creed,is not fulfilling sMaeftorily his mission, and is displaying an amount of bigotry that was not to be expected from one who r...