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SYDNEY. Tuesday, 4.30 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 7 February 1862
SIDNEY. Tunedy, 4.30p.m. The All-England Ebenhsve ban the New South Welee Twenty-two by forty-nine rune. The Elevn etarted to-dy for Bathurst There was esome talk of their playin the Goulburn oric??ter, but there does not seem much probability of the egocaitious coming to anything. At the Oriminal Seesious, Thomas King, chsaged with attempting to rob the branch Bank of New South Wale?r wse sentenced to.fifteen yr imprisonment. News has been reeived from America, confrming the report of the capture of the Confederate Commisslonera, Slidel and Meson, by.a Federal frigate.
Original Correspondence. To the Editor of the Queensland Times. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 7 February 1862
Originral Covrcuponbcncr. To the Editor of the Qseenssahd Tisne q Sm,-With great reluetanee the congregation of 5t Stephen's Scots' Kirk granted permission for the intro duction of a barmonium, for the purpose of imprroving the psalmody of the Church, which it has in some met sure succeeded in doing. But I do not think itwastheir intention that the instrument was to be used by the gen* tiemarn who plays the same, for the purpose of giving lessons in assle, and to give 0he lessons in the church. Ifsuch be in reality the ase, and the pastor, elders, and deasonshave granted this permission, thesooner the se of it is dispensed with the better. When that unanility and good feeling under the ableand earnest ministtions iof the pastor will be restored, which its introductioo has partialy interapted. Begging you will allow me space for thes few remarks, I remain, Sir, Yours, &c., PRESBYTERLIAN. Ipswich, February 6th, 1862.
[BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.] WARWICK. Tuesday, 5.30 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 7 February 1862
[Br EraorctE TcrbonaaE)] WARWICK From the Guardianm's Corresupndnt Tueds~y, .80p.m. The Warwick election just over, after havin sase an immense amount of exitement in this little town for some days past--qtt a tempest in a ta-cup, I may caiiit. ThesfoUoiiigttheresult: Jones .. ... ... ... 75 Goe .. ... ... ... St Majority for Jones ... 94 Jones has therefore got in, and he may thank the honorable member for Ipswich, Mr. Patrick O'Sullivao, for his election. Religionus infuences of every desrimp tion were brought to bear upon the Roman Catholic portionof the eleetors. I could have believed almost anything of O'Bullivan, but he certainly went much farther Cn this oocasion than I could have thonght possible. He told the eleetors that Mr. Gore's father had been shotin his pulpit for having.exacted tithes! Jones's supporters ouw say that they would still vote in preference for any district man.that they knewu: they do not at all preteni to believe in thir new member, but voted for him, n...
IPSWICH POLICE COURT. WEDNESDAY FEBRUARY 5. Before the Police Magistrate and L. E. Lester, J.P. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 7 February 1862
IPRWIO POLICE COOURT. WEDmNSD.Y "EBRn n 5. Before the Police Magistrate and L. E. Lester, J.P. John James Thompson was charged by Mr. Joseph Cook, of Gatton,'with stealing 9 lbs. of meat. valued at S. 3d. Defeanant pleaded guilty, argusng that he was drunk at the time, and did nit know whiat he was doing: Fined 10os. in default 7 days in the cells. Benjamin Redwood was tined 5s. for drunkeness. Edmund Owens, (oneof the caadidates for Aldermanic I rl-inaj,) brought up on a charge ofstealing a hat, wa I niaided to Priday, and allowed out on condition of hir ?epoeiting £10 with the lock-up keeper. Agnes Abhott, for an assault, wa also remanded to Friday. TasoanY, FnsaulaY 6. Before the Police Magistrate. SJohn Bookey was ned 5s. for drunkenness.
SUPREME COURT.—CIVIL SITTINGS. Thursday, February 6. Before His Honor Mr. Justice Lutwyche and a jury of four. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 7 February 1862
JSUPREME COURT.-CrVIL SrrrInoase. Thursday, February 6. Before His Honor Mr. Justice Lutwyche and a jury of four. John Murphy and John Johnstone swere Sned f?ornon attendance. The following counsel were present-the Attoresy General, Meecsr. Jones, Bramston, and Lilley. CULn 0. Px GREW. The following jury was impannelled.-Joseph North, William North, Willi a B Rawson, oand Henry M. Pearce. The Attorney.Genseal appeared for the plaintif and Llley for the defence. The Attlorney-Generalhaving opened the cae, John Clune was sworn and examined: Is the plaintiff; knows the defendant ; is an alderman:defendant was one also; remembers seeing defendant on the 6th of October, at Ross' the tailor's, of East-street; Mr. Ross, Mr. Holt, and Mr. W. Macalister were present; the declaration is true; Mr. Pettigrew was in the room off the shop at first; when he came out of th room he said "holloa, governor, is this you P" after some conversation he said "I wonder whether Bcthune is coming forward as a...
THE MEMORIAL TO THE POSTMASTER GENERAL. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 7 February 1862
THE MEMORIAL TO THE POSTMASTER T QENERAL. The following ~eply has been received tothe memorial lately forw-?pal to the Postmaater-General, prpying for Slternation in the Post-Oice rrangements: "General Post-Oflice, ,"Brisban, February 5th, 1862. " Blas,-In answer to the memorialsigned by yourself and severalof the principal merchants and iahabitasts of Ipswich, end forwarded -to me, together with your letter of the S?3d sf J?a?iary, I have the honour to in ~form you that I. have insditted enquiry into the com plaint therein. "Conaiderinag it the duty (as it i the wish) of the PostmasteriGeneral to afford all possible facilities for, postal communieation, it is also his duly to provide gainstzrisk of loss or damage to the mails in transit to the General Pos?-Offce~, and to allow what he considers su?ieient time to secure the due delivery of the mail begs on board the iteamers. " With gegapl to telegraphio notices of the arrival and' departures(f the mail per steamer, they will cantin...
SMALL DEBTS COURT. WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 5. Before the Police Magistrate. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 7 February 1862
SMALL DEBTS COURT. WEDo SDADY, FEBsUE?nb5. Before the Police Magistrate. Bank of New South Wales p F. N. Lucas.-Verdict for plaintiffas, £818s. SH. M. Reeve .Willi'm Spar--This was a claim of £5 17i. 4d. for balance of ood? sold and delivered. Plese, not indebted, and a set-off of £3 8s. Verdict for plaintid, sllowing £2 9a. 4d. set-of C. F. Chubb v. Charles Wheeler.-A claim of £8 16is. for professional services. Defendant pleaded set-off of St 14., and. ehargee not resonable. Mr. Chubb, lecofftwtn flha lieremem le~la'redlce:i-P ikeafofedin stoce, when he receired ioetructiou to defeud a cer?uae action brought against defemdant, and he defended the action accordingly. Mr. Macaliater, on being swoa, said, supposing thie work to have been done, the charges were fair and reasonable. The defefce was that if the clsaim, as plaintiffadmitted, was £8 1Is. after deducting the set off, the whole amount was £17 10s., therefrethe ease ought to have been brought into the Supreme Court, that he ...
SOUTH AUSTRALIA. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 14 February 1862
SOUTH AUSTH&AL S W61i&e realived Atlktids' Vaih Ra ultimo. The following is from the Obp . " "The ceremony of turning the first"?.o4 the Kadisa Railwny was ptrfotmed by His Ejtoal .n the Gosvernor on the 17tli of Jautinay "Cffpp accompanied byLadyiM1Donnell and seveihbi.. bers of Parliament, including the Ministry. 'Fhr above railway lis the arton~e habt ban bee nrV" taken hy privito enisrprise2' Exrneoonrtem Sluoornuo.-Alsew miorniulegt one of the ninembehs of the Eastera Suhaurba f e-. Company made the folloviingextraordiuary 'nn't0 i -At tS6l earel, 4 centres end an outer, ??t?n?nt " 7tt yards, 7 points---mking 16 poit?s in dici im" ronnds A strong wind -rs" ilowing at the Mute. which makes tile sheeting moinre. riaakablet ll.' We h?ve not seen sonh a higb.c ore recbr4o . 'n any of the English or colonial newspajnrs. F?idt • Anefva/inn £eghster. Jennery ii). Sweet's ExrnsrTIO,n'an - We lear 'tt'j Stuart, Mr. WVaterhrouse, alstr pirty hat p:tnied them. reached Obam...
VICTORIA. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 14 February 1862
VICTORIA. We regret, says the Argue, to have to report the occurrenceof a most distressing accident at Queens. cliff on Saturday last, by which an accomplished and amible youag lady lost her life. Sir Henry and Lady Barkly are at present residing at that watering phlce, and it seems that in the forenoon liss Mary Jones-lMiss Blanche Barkly's governess -went to the beach to bathe Our telegram does snt state whether she was alone at the time, but, while bathing, she had probably ventured 4to far into the water, and was carried away by the advancing tide. The alarm seems to have been immediately gleen, but aleut half-an-hour elapsed before the efforts made lor the recovery ofi thebody if the unfortunate young lady were successful. Faint hopes were entertained that animation might he restor-d, and the-most strenuous exertions were made,pad continued for twan hours and a-hait in that hope, but without success. Life haIt passed away. Miss Jones . was very highly. esteemed by all who had t...
From the Burnett Argus. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 14 February 1862
From the Burnett Argus. PaosaCTrttG.-We have received intormahi?n from a private eurce, that some parties are out proopecting for gold in the Wide'Bay dieriot, outoup till the present the result las oot been veey fa~vourable. Gold has been long known to exist in various diowetions; small speoks have been obtained on the bunks of the Burnett Birer, and in theriesmPty ofBsarnhah Creek, at the l'vnsdure, Widgee, Baim~bin , utid Ban Ban Stations. Is it trte we have a goldfi?.d near to o.r very door., and no parties energetie er'g?]bendeavour to reveal and develhpe its resources ? We ti-noit help remsrktng the rapid strides in advince merit which has takenti poein Goayndah during the lo.t twelve months, and alse the changes and improvements which daily arise, still -e think a paying gold.ol?l would do more to bring it forward that any othernmesna. AoOOCULTUALt.- The growing capabilities of thin district, especially -for the-wine, show it lo be little, if at nil, inferior to any in the co...
(From the Toowoomba Chronicle.) [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 14 February 1862
(From fhe Toewoomo a Chronse.) The polling for the election of fenr Aldermen took pleo o Thuredoy lt. Con-idehble ereitemene pro railead throughout the day, The only large notiee an' pesring about the town was one from the friends of Mr. Thompson, which was tarried about by a blaekfellow, to the amusement of many: Other smaller ones were pl. carded about, containing the names of Boulton, Thomp son, Walker, and Patterson. .The falloueng were the number of votes recorded for the diffent eandidates: A. S. Walker ... ... 51 A. H. Thomupn ... ... 49 H. BouIton . ... ... 48 - . Patterson - ... ... 46 J, Taylor .... .... ... 26 T. G. Bosinson ... ... 12 T'he Retusring.OfIlre. Mr. Groom, "ailed oeer the namesoand stated the numbers polled by each candidate ahbout? in the evening, on the verandah of the Royal Hotel, and declared the erst four duly elected Aldermen. Messrs. Walker, Thompson. Bonatos, and Patterson severeally returned thanks for the distinguished hosour conferred upon them. A ...
EXPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 14 February 1862
EXPOBTO. Bslelathas 20 bale. wool,2hatleusaticu asktfallow, W.tay & Co. ; 15 bales woul,,G. af& Co.; I bale oS'Ol anon and Oo. .78 *sales wool, '21 cask. tallow, .5 hides, G H. Wilson &Poi: 51 b?les, H, V. HasseR &V@.a 49 bale., 1.0. White. epJp emimgi.l peck age, H. M. Reeve; 3 cases des'pery, Oristottpher Rgeswo,, B'os.; I case fruit, Sinclai f1ussk frut, utherlad ; 8 cseas,"ea sks fruit, I. Ballard; 1 .psres, BP?msys; 4 fumee, Unmck4 ( case, J. HaIsby; 1 ease fruit, F. W. Pegan; 3 case fruit, 3. Actont I taefroi, H. Woollet±, 39 , ases, 17 casks fruit, D. Skringi 6 eases, 8 casks, T. "7larlteo 1 parcel, 3. &tG. Harris; 6 eases, 8 casks fruit. .. J. Hockings; I bag copper ore, M. 0. O'Oonnell ; 8 casks, 6 cases fruit, B. B. Levy.; '2 caes'l frit, B. Bul ?i.k7 "i? Ieksgea?,B . b iggiles, . I'".." . Stephens '6 ditto, Petrie s 14 ditto,'ryars 7 ditto, D. T. MRKende; "17 dito, Louis Hope .18 ditto, G. Buff &Co.4 8I"dihidittb, Golliosq 1...
Commercial. IPSWICH. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 14 February 1862
Eoin'ueral. - T1SWIOH - The following wool has been received by Messrs. W. Gray and Co., for shipmecrt ptr George Kodd :-160 bales wool. St. Clair; 46 do., Turner; 85 do., Rewooc; 40 do., E&D in diamond; 40 do., MFT' & Co.i 17 do., JO orer WG i 20 do., MLR. The following produce has been reelived snd for wanded :-From the stores of Messrs. G. H. Wilson and Co.-12 bales wool, 1ffO ; 9 do. do., WaR over Hard. ford; 11 do. do., 1 pocket do., Fit; 20 bales do., HL over Y; 86 do. do., OW over M; 21 do. do. Sondemana 17 oeoks tallow, TW & Co. From the stores of Measra. W. Grayand Co.-.19 bales wool, Dorsey; O8 do. do., BzB; 20 do do., 2 hales aheepokino, 8 casks taliow, Gillespie; 25 bales wool, 1 do. sheepskin,, Chinchilla. Pram the stores of Mr. H. V. Itssell-88 bales wool, l,&T. From the stores of Mr. PR. Forrest-I6 bales wool, VT ooer T. From the stores of Mesars. Paotoo and Co.-l9 hhds. tallow, 86 htieu, V. Mr. Coekburn reports the saod oT 6106 sheep, ...
THE BRISBANE MUNICIPAL ELECTION. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 14 February 1862
THE BRISBANE MUNICIPAL ELECTION. It being knoan that, although the obloial 'declattian of the poll could not be made jantil Thursday, thi result of the elecions would be announced as. soon as the re turning-oflcers had completed their labours, a more than usually large number of persons attended at the Muni. cipal Oounril Chambers, and mwited with the most ex emplary patience until the realt was posted. The result was as follows: John Petrie ... .. ... ... .... 97 Thomas Blaocet Stephena '... .. 267 Richard Symes Warry ... ... ... . 252 Patrick Mayne ..... ... ... .. 197 George M'Adai . ...: .. .,. ... 137 Jeremian SeanIan ... .... . 80 William Pettigrew ... ... ... .. .. 80 'William Brooke ... .. 23 Albert John Hockingt ;. .. 19 James Swap . 19 William Mason ... ... .. .. ..; ... 10 Thomas Illidge... ... ... , , 8 Jaines Tebvan ...... .. James Collins .. ......... ... 4 Jolhn Ines ...... ... .... .. 4 -Ceuricr.. . .
SYDNEY. PRODUCE REPORTS. [MORT AND CO.] [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 14 February 1862
SYDNEY. PRODUCE REPORTS. [MeoT AND Co.] Wont--This market is without alteration and likely to remain so until the reeceipt of further advices from England. At our sale to-day, 414 bales were sold, the principal lots being :-GORDON over MANAR, 28 bales at 20d; PC, 22 bales, ecoered, at 18d e Sin circle, 15 bales, scoured, at 17jd; WR, 25 bales at lT7d; ST, 28 bales at lTld; Hall, 32 bales at 20S ; C. Warden, 50 bales at 184. Scoured and greasy wools are in less demand and are not aleashle unless at considerable reduction on late quotationo. Sheepskins--T?he supply was over 4000 skins, none of which ware firet-class, and prises were hardlyso Dnrm as last week. One lot inferior skins wold at d4d, another atfd, another at Sjd, and the retlinder at 65d to 65d per lb. Tallow.---4 casks were eatlaogued,,andaexept a few .iaks inferior quality, sold at 8s to 8ais d perycwt. Hides.-In small supply. A few paritdo, u?at? good quality sold at 12a to 16s 6d each. PRlsCa CuRENT. WooL. a d. a.d. Su...
SUPREME COURT, BRISBANE. (IN CHAMBERS.) Friday, January 31, 1862. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 14 February 1862
SUPREME COURT, DM3SB AE. (INe CiOANDElB.) Friday, January 31, 1802. In the matter of the application of William Henry Walsh, for a writ of prohibiteon against John Kent, Esq., J.P., and Patrick B A rule ais for a prohibition in this ease was obtained by Mr. Lilley, upon tine grounds that an order made by Kent, Police Magistrate atiMaryborough, tor the dis charge of Patrick Burn,, a shepherd, from the tervice of W. H. Walsh, was mane eeparte, and without notice to him; that the magistrate exceeded his jurisdiction in 1 making the said order; and that the order wasirregular. Upon showing canoe against the rule, the Attorniey-I General produced affidavits which disposed of the Brat grourd on which the rule was obtamned. Burns indeed a complaint against his master for an assault, and Walsh having pleaded guilty, the Police Magistrate fSed him £1, sith 4s. Gd. nests. The order for the puymeotof the fine was made on the 17th October last, and it appeared from tie affidavits, Bled in oppos...