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[O B. EBSWORTH.] [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 14 February 1862
- O I. 3EaWORTH.1 Wool.-J.his staphe maist be quoted lower this week by about balf-penny per lb., and there is'little or no animation in the market, purechasers declining to operate to any great extent ittil further adviceso grens' wools are partieularly..dutl of sale. dheepskins have declined considerably, tn eom-' instances Id to lid per lb. elallow.-Sbipping parcels have been more enquired for, and a fair amount of bueines has been transacted; tahe trade have mupplied themselves at currentmratee. Riden.-The demand is confined t?b .bst heavy in shipping order,butinloeieostation anid light neglected. j~thebruary • •. F
WEDNESDAY FEBRUARY 12. Before the Police Magistrate. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 14 February 1862
WEDNM8D&X ?EflsIBAT 12. Before the Police Magistrate. Jnmets Mackensie was fined So. for drunkenness. John Gross was funed 20s. for seing obscene langewage; in default, 1' daysimprinsonent. John Cross wasathen charged with resisting Constable Dunn while -he was, with -another constable, etideavour ing to putpriaoner in ahe lock-up on the forneer chargec. and ~e the- futeueent of -. , ,in., trI inde o-~fto e1*4s5D . 4 William Genii, for a like offence, uras fiedk2li - fault, 14 days' imprisonmenet.. Tuuasnox, FEBBUARy .-8. Before the Police Magietrate. Edmund Oweus, charged with drunkenness, pleaded not guilty: fined ls., in default2 hours in the cells. 2amos Mackenzie, for a like offence, was fined 10s., or 21 hoans' in the cells - Michael Gill, charged with nsing obscene legngage, pleaded not guilty, se?.eg he did not deny the charge, out he had purchased come food, and thet, while aleep in his own house, a Mrs. BusI'nby camie and tok it away, and he had called her the care...
[MR. BREWSTER.] [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 14 February 1862
S Ext,. 3REW5TER. . Stationa.--Prou rties of this claas,in faorzrtelonaaities, are still enquired for. At my saleiby ajwtion thie weok I disposed of the Westholee station; doQueenslaud, with 2000 head of cattle, at two poudde See ehieinbg (£2 'S)-per bead--toree, &e.,at a esluation; e-d sub teqoently, by private sale, the Barbigal station, with the brand of cattle belonging to the uno, for £1100 o four imprted buls, at £50 each; stores, stock.eshaer, &e, at a valuation. , Store COstle.-Verylittle demand-qiatoens noinal. Stare Sheep.-A considerable demand has sprung tip during the week for younjg ewes in parillar localities, siostly required for the north; the nsinbter of this clans at preaat for sale is bittlimited. I have sold 2000 ewes at Rimbaxdi, New Einglabd, consistiag of mizedages, at an average of 9s per head. ". Squatters Exehanges George-street, Sydney, 7th February. .
IPSWICH POLICE COURT. TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 11. Before the Police Magistrate and Mr. R. J. Smith. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 14 February 1862
ilPSWICH POLICE COURT. -eemoAo FB~aAary I . Before the Police Magistrate and Mr. R&.J. mith. Auoes Ki rodi wae dned Is, . for using indecent lenguage to oy Amn Barrett. Another chargeo f assault Twee sta by Ellen Barnes agaisat Bridget Ei igetfor a a ndecent language, were din Ellen Haye s ned lost for committing an assault on Temothyei'O?ian. Miller a ksio's -Two eases, of illegal detention ofa bor.e anid e'?e?ait-ee damages, were. postponed for a week, '9 ,y RonBebe a. Henry Radley.-This was an sotion broeghtTorlgean dismissal from service.- For the. de once, it wan awtr that the plaintiff absented herself freom her smeploypept for. several hours without leave, that she hah been eutioned, and had then expressed her Swilliegnessl,? ae and was accordingly diamissed. I Agreement )fdsrdd be euaelled. C Dobldu? ?d Baid Bollivcn.-This was an action to recover p it5d a cow and calf, which were illegally detaine by~' t. Verdict for plaintiff; cow and call to begs~ Wiluiam" pa;wan ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 14 February 1862
SALES BY AUCTION. GENERAL MEROHANDIWE, MAIZE, FURNITURE, he. T M. COCKBURN has received instructwinns * to Sell by Public Auction, at his Rooms, Nicholas-street, THIS DATbthe 14th FEBRUARY, at Elev.en o'clock precisely, 40 bags maize 8 eases herrings • tsases salad oil '2 cases vinegar . Jrcnse lobsters s.udozen millet brooms I cedar wardrobe ": :1 cedar bedstead . paliasses 4/pictures, * Te., ne,, &o. • ." • Tenns,'Cash. 209 TO BUTCHERS AND OTHERS. To be' told by Publitc Auction, 400 FoAT WETHERS. H? il COC3OlURNhas received instructions to BellR U by Public Auction, on the vacant land 'ppoilto AJe Scotch Church, " '-ir- ONDAY, the 17th Instant, I at 12 o'clock precisely, 400 PRlIfE FAT WEFIIERS, • tote to init purchaser. Terms at sale. , 298 VALUABLE FREEHOLD PROPERTY, S itetn Brisbane-street, Little Ipswich. IT R? COCKSURE has received.instrestions .'. ' l" m Mr. R. Watson, to Sell by Public AuctIon, . his Rooms, Nscholas-street, On i-TUESDAY. the 1'th FEBRUARY, ' " t 12s...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 14 February 1862
Ej eftgedetwuanb Ct mws. TERMS Sunecarreot.-ThS amount of anarpito the Queeneladl Times is Seven Shillini¶i .hi. ,nl7i. pence redit, The quartter.tern i n -tlhe 8nth Sep. tember, 81st Dnebe ,Slehf .h, and 90th Joune, a: 'which, periodes nlp can anbsmnrbers decline. byl giivi'ag uoties, andh psyag the amount due to the end of the current quarter. Single copts, Sikpeiwe. towing weale: a. d. Two lines............... . . *t °o Pour lines............................. Six lines ........... ....... Eight cliea, otunder oneinht ...... S Every gdditionst eight ne, r inch 1 0 The followinc Dieco?nt .a allowsd on all advetlae. 'menats eontinueed For 6 inoee rt ............ Pcent 18 - s ***...... * ..,l 1 ;,, ... .... 25 1 Alld avertsements ra/t apealfy on the face of them 'the number of times they aret..einaerted or they will hecontimueedil mt ,ener .(an t e ?_ .rdn4y. Ordera tno .efhdtliplor lt.at a? ~ cannot he ._recesed later than ?.me?, osoen, n the d., p.rnviona to pub. ,teai~at n.-? ., ....
DEPARTURES. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 14 February 1862
- DAEPATURES.. SFebrery 1O.-Balelatha? tesmer, Ceptain Tronton, for Sydney. Passengers--4i is ? eae, Miss Horton, Mrs. . l~rke, Mrs. Herton,- Messrs. Bean, Mr. -elford, Markinsos, Maries Dnutomty, J. W. Grimes, J.o?rM k well, Ingranm, 0 W.Zahat W.Perry, W.I . Poeel, Sush, 3. M'Arthor, Bishop Quinn, Dr.Newboltl, Vt. O'Dog. betty; and thity in the seersge. Febrnsny io...A'ixeo,.sc]?,oner, Captain Cope, for.
Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 14 February 1862
&Dipping *11trtiligcw. ARR IVALS. February 12,-Telegraph, steamer, 700 tons, Captain 'OReilly, from Sydney February 10. Passengers Mrs. Hayselden, MeasT. . W W. Burt, -G. Unmaok, Seal, Gibbons, A. W. Beard, HI i T. PJewi, B. R .Lloyd, ,. Scott, Russll,, A, Sergison, Thos. llapi C. M'Leod, J. Campbell, A. Chauvell, t. A.'yiet, Ber. D M. Sinclair, and 40 in the steera-a
CLIPPINGS FROM PUNCH. CLERICAL ELOCUTION LESSON. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 14 February 1862
CLIPPINGS FROM PUNCH. CLERICAL XLOCUlION LEcOaoN Bishop Punch: " Now, sir, let me hesr ou publish .anns of marriage." Benell Canidate fr Ord~ers : " I---aw-publeh bannts of mawidge 'tween Weginald Woherth, Batehla, and-" Bishop: "Stop, air, atpp. That 'will never do for usn, -You had better take ordefo--"]the esmmercisl .jine." - Bs Just, ir rou wox'r Gmanovs.--t iestnot fair for us to laugh at the poor Yankees. If they have had theia Bulls' Run, pray haven't we, also; evey year our Castes' Regotta.. . A Tirts I.arrurL or Corec.a-The newapaper paragraph eubjoloed will afford as answer to the question, "Why is the 1op alike Punch?"'-" Peter'a Pence,.-Tlee total amount af 'Peters Peance' paid into the papal treenery up to the preent date, is said to be £2.280,O ." His Holiness has a great many oubscribero. Thio is the reeemblsnte between Punchandthe Pope. Theldifferenes is that Punch's subscribers take Punch in, whereas the Pope's subscribera are taken in by the Pope. Sn"PECIEso OF A ...
Local and District News. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 14 February 1862
.octal anti u .intcict NeWs. TNSPECTcOt On T:E PrWaCwi INO'ANTeY VOLras. ,rvto Coates.--On Tuesday last it was notified to lie sniembers of lhe above corps, that the arms and nacoutre nients would e esamined * Colonel O'Oonnell at six o'clock that enstino. Notwithstanding thelshort notice given, as many aso18 members attended. Alter the com -nny had been put "thlrough -the manual exercise by Sergeant Green, the instructor nf the Brisbane Volun teers, and Colonel O'Connell had inspected the rifles of the men present, the gallant Colonel addressed the cors, expreosing hin surprise that, after the many discourage. moani asd great neglect they had experienced, Ma, Xpswivh Volustecrs -were enabled to muster so many men at so short a notice, anti in aso advanced a state of discipline. He was-in n positioi to promise that this -corps should very soon haverthseervicea of a paid drill instructorto attend at certain-periods for the purpose of drtill. The ammunition receied by the Government w...
BRUTAL TREATMENT OF APPRENTICES. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 14 February 1862
Daunt TSEAXMOS? oN APREahTimnr.-'la following cane ocourred in Bodfordshire not many d a ago. A nan named Whitelook had two orphan girls aged 18 and 16, apprenticed to him by the poor-law guardians of Hemel liempstead, to learn the bonnet. making trade, One morning he asked bis own children well as his apprenticea if ehey had seen a purse which he haS miened the previous night. They all dented knoidedge alit, on whioh he repaired to the stable for a whip. Unt of the poor girls, having but too ofen experienced what was likely to follow, Oed into another room. He followed her, made her kneel down, put her head between his loge eo hold her tight, and then the brute aetoally "double-thonged" this wretched child as hard no he could lay it on fir nearly half.aon.our. lie seemm to have been somewhat proud of the feat, for ie declared that "all the devils in hell should non keep him from thraahing his girls." About the same time the other irl had four dozen boonets portioned out to her on a...
THE MUNICIPAL ELECTION. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 14 February 1862
THE MUNICIPAL ELECTION. - * WE have to congratulate the Municipal elecors of this town on the result of the laiieelection, and we trust that the lesson which may be derived therefrom will have an-abiding place in their minds. We have'bheard some regret expressed that the election of three good men to the office of Aldermen, should have been followed by the election of Alderman JoHu SToS as Mayor. There can be no doubt that if Mr. MACALISTEa had been elected, the town would have stood higher in the estimation of the colony generally, as that gentleman, from his position in society, would be enabled to do the honours of the office more ably thaa the newly elected Mayor. We, however, see no pardeticlr cause for regret; the election might have fallen on a much worse man, and the election of Alderman JomaNsoNE, will do away with the cry of the party who are constantly complaining.about the disabilities under which they labour. We have watched Mderman JoNsToNu's career in the Council with...
DIARY. MEMORANDA FOR THE WEEK. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 14 February 1862
DIARY. MEMORADO A DAP. THEW DE. -RFln... isea. Sn Sets. IMoohWorr. r 14 J Fns,, ........ I 48 I 8 41 O 9 :0 1 9 44 15 I SSrIADA ..... 6 9 " 6"9 I 10 6 i I0 3D 16 I SMODAn ......... " f 49 j 6 s IB o 10 60 11 16 18 1 ToIeTsa ....... 6 " 86 "| "8 : 0 201 046 19 1 WEoDEsDAT ... I 5?26 7 I t 1, I 1 31 20 I TaUonRte ..... . 5 3.I 1 , I 2 0 21 2 -4 "£he di~feeece 6i0 time between higb water itt t}he Bo" anli Aeiebaoeta d, h erurlinite. and iJtswith 6 bora 1666ei. e-heb dtfRie DAeYmll bePdded to the t .6e of h .gh water oB~be Bar. Tbe?eUe~erlB wvinds on the otiut of the. Bay, and the Oteshes In beer-leer ottenunuoa~e zuiztion £rom our. table, but tbese Le1. meeely soldoittal.untO govonedhysto nown lai .. Eghuttswlanb girnu "
Messrs. DALMAHOY, CAMPBELL & Co. report. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 14 February 1862
Mesnre. Dan.ac or, GOniOL & Co. report. Pat Cattle.-Thin week's supply amotnted to 1,509 head, alarge portion of which were only of middling quality? We taco noteted that In ceonsequenca of the arccity of really goos quality -a tter competition for the beet pee,ht. otonthe g-ene rlity of lthe lota no leeprovement oan be quoted. Selections are being inaue with apparently very little care,as?teqeulity, from many f fthe herds .aowcbontributing-.to our aspply, and to this-maioly we owe the abundance of stock panssing the hammer at euch low.prioens nthe renialt is certainly not in favour of atoneownere and not so much to the butchars' advantage as it wouldhbe if cattle in euperiar esndition were offered to the m at considerably higher figures. We quote - this week--Best pens bullocks at from £4 to, £5 Ak; do m?ow fromu £8 to £4L: necond qualityaulloeke from £2 ldasto £8 ls; do cows freme £2 to £2 osi inferior at etore'prices. FAT Suar.,--A ery heavy supply, vyz., 11,243 came to h...
MELBOURNE. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 14 February 1862
MELBOURNE. Meanrs. 3. H. aecono and COa. reporh: WooL-Since our last thiel have been no public sales held, and until the arrival af the next mail it is not probable that there will be any large quantity of .wool offered. There srestill, hosever,.?everal parties in the market deaireva of baying, but at prices generally below. growers' ideas of value. it is possible. the text advices from England may be ofa snore favourablensature, whoa aconsiderable business may be ioitd forbefore the end of the se?on, which is new drawing to a close. A fet balks of wool (saleage), from the shpip tmpress of the Beae (recently de6trayedhy ire at Port Phillip Heeds), wereto-dsy(Thursdav)sold by us at war asction eale of tallow, and we have disposed of about 870 bates privately, at a slight reductian oathe astes obtained at aur ast auction sale. . Talloir.-W~e held a alBrby s~etion yesterday, at which weoffered nearly B00 casks tallow, the whole of which wee sold at full rates; abouti125 enoks of the lo...
MELBOURNE. February 4th, 1862. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 14 February 1862
MEl.BOURNE .The Lady Bird. from Otg raa iatruction by fire of the QOsei i~~' mer e.Asm!a .9alt is being1 Lab o~y~y Butterhtls advaen ~ Istoo ta Tiae seecon dmi-o tet~ waorit peL inajsai F~veor~erm r vted wthh tb p ao ~ ~e thr nCislen /prity athin on lastanacale l&,ia psqdae BfM rshala ysro8 ~ jb.o th~~14Qeil to tleclane. lbTh eoe a ' irstgeuareC t~o .1k ,Budd jaaws, lEllieots V CaasoaBa!. 140audeta tBtithaed)or;~yz, *, mnkD, 0its etoteateaerdust ttg 'fla escortetly gi46 att * 'inTeesmana,tla Goernoer Pafaliamontg itt conasusleofat -aititlbeanguenrredlysga
ABSTRACT OF SALES BY AUCTION. THIS DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 14 February 1862
ABSTRACT OF SALES B? AUCTION. Tars DAr. Br Mr. II. M. COcEBUR at his rooms, at 11 o'clock, general merchandise, inaize, furnitare, &c. SATURDAY, FRcUARY 15.' By Messrs. 1fACKENZfr and BOWLAND, at the New AUD tion Mart0 at 12 o'clock, gun, wearing apparel, &c. ; gig, sociable, horseo, harness, &L. MONDAY, FEsBRUAY 17. By Mr. H. M. CocKaUoN, on the vacrat land opposite the Scotch Church, at 12 o'elock, 400 prime fat . wethers.