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INTRODUCTION OF SALMON. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 18 February 1862
INTRODUCTION Fo SALMON. The following letter as. been. tdressed to the Editor of the.Arens: Sir.-Tlie" ii5Tie't drlftfeirtroduction fth salmon to these enlonies has excited so nmunh interest, that it is well worth while to inform the public of thepre. cise stawL- in the renewal of the experiment thus far attained. The Tasmanian - Parliament some time since voted a sum of £3,000 for this purpose. to which sum our government agreed 'to contribute £500. By the last mail I received a lettercontaininc the following passae, from Mr Youl, inyindefaiigahle colleague while in England in the proseeption of this experiment. and who, i have no hesitation in asserting. at present eats. drinks, and sleetps with risio s of the salmon in all its stages floating per pePtIall around him The spawning season', I may mention. during whech the ova can be procured, commences in November, and ends with Felbrury. The r. Ramshnotom -mentioned is a son of Mr. Ramsbottom ofClitheroe, now well known as one of t...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 18 February 1862
SALES BY AUCTION. MAE, POTATOES, DBAUGHT HORSE, DBAYS, AND HARNESS. X M. OOCKBURN has received instructions . to Sell by Public Auction, at his Rooms, Nicholas.atreet, THIS DAY, the 18th FEBRUARY, at Eleven o'clock precisely, 50 bags Maize 40 bags new Potatoes :--S - sem Herrings 2 do. Vinegar . .P DJiBnand fin-s HA . c , ., &c., Ac. Also, A DRAUGHT HORSE, TWO HORSE DRAYS, SONE'SET SHAFT HARNESS. Terms. ash. 311 TWO ALLOTMENTS OF LAND, Villdge or Lsnidley, OE SBALE BY PUBL0 AUGCTION. '- M.. COCKBURN has received instructions ii.- to. Sell by Public Auction, at his Roomas, Nliholas-street, R:';; HIS -TBI AY. the 18th TInstant, . atlls'clck precisely, .ll that ALLOTMENT OF LAND, containing by ilmeasmbnremnt 2 acres 28 perches, mire or . less, situate in the county of Churchill, parish and villsae of Laidley, being allorment No. 4 -of section 2, and .dsold as lot 18 in fursuance i... proclamsation of the 12th April, 1860. All thb-t ALLOTRENT OF L&ND, ontdining by a - ?d...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 18 February 1862
fbt& 4unnllanbs Stai. TEEM.S. : Susacnerptol.--The amount of subeeriptlon to the QBuee?srand Time, in Seven Shillisg aend ixpence pr quarter, if paid in adaince, or E~htCShillngs and Six. pence credit. The 'quertem 'teirmiate eon t.?_ 0th e&p tember, 8Set December, 81?.Marchj en d80th June, at which periousa only can nubneifres decline,' by giving noeiie, ,and paying the amountApr to the ndof the nurrent quarter. Single copies, Si?pne. , ADvzsTaesErlNs are in?seited oecoding to the 1ol. lowing scale -~,- / Twoline / ......... 1 0 Four.lines:. ../............. ... . C O Bix linen ../..... . 8 6 Eight linee or nuder~osinch ...... 8 0 Every noddhaOu1 eight lines, O! inch 1 0 The followi DeIoount is allowed on all adverrte. ments contin ud- 13or a . .. ............ 10pa nt. is , , .:.....;Z 15 11 All adventisements must sapeeif on the fie of them the numbpr Mof tjme tiylere to be inserted, or they will beoontiubed tillonMit6iAmndd koil ebaged aeoordingly. Orders'tor with...
Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 18 February 1862
* h ippitn *ntrlltgentce.." ARRIVALS. ebr-narv 14.--(Oarence, stelmer, Capt. O?,owCl, um the Nonhern Ports. Pa~sengers Me sps. Hoad; CO, Bennett, Shields, Wesley, Foster. Palmer, Hurloek,4 fe-' kay, Ooggins Hoss r, raerser, Oolquhoun, asd 2 Oitbe steerage" :. : Februar 14.-eberes, beque. Captain Ms~rshfli~pm hdalaide tbsl~lb sstmo. Passenger-M~r. Har7..
SUPREME COURT, BRISBANE. WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 12. Before Mr. Justice Dutwyche, and a jury of four. BANK OF AUSTRALASIA V. BOYLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 18 February 1862
SStPREME COURT, BRTSBANE. . W~E~aNEAT, FsuasiRY I Berfr Mr. Justice-Lutwyche ans aa jury oflour. lANsk OP AUSTRllA8tO V. BOyLAJND. In this Ceas, the Attorney-General appeared for :the plaintilfl, and Messea....Tonea?d Liley for the defence. Upon the jury who were to try the case.; being sailed, spd before they were sworn, Mr. Jones tendered -a challenge to the arraign, tje subshansz ofbhich -was that tipe panel had been.selecterl by a person not inilifferena to the cause about to be tried, ;z., by E. B. ,Dury, Esq., J.P., an agent for the plaintilfts. - . The Attornemy-General objected that the cehallengc; could not be placed on the record, on the ground that a speeialsury could not be challenged, and argued in sup. port of h;as objection. His Honor overruled the .oebjetion, stating that, as from the ases ?ited it appeared doubtful whether* right esisted to challenge a special jury rnsot, heshould allow the challeage to be entered on ta reodl. The Attorney-Geoneral then put in a -co...
BRISBANE. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 18 February 1862
BRISBANE. - (Pomrnehi Courler). We understand ilhat John Shapland, convicted at tile last Tonwoomba assize of the murdler iof one John Brownat Macintyre Broomk; and seitentced to death, is to be rpeprlieved, i consequence o' the elxtenuatinug eircumstances apparent in the case. Ecoa?nvao, Panro?aAPaY, &c.--Seri an ooth areo. it was aonouuced by?. .coptemporary that the services of i'litha?grapihic'atist from Melbourne had heen secured to'produce the first lithioraph erxecuted in Queensland, namely-a phlte .,f the wvell.known racing mare, ZSe. Little did ,we imagine that, within a few months from that time, we should have in Brishnne a laru estahlishment, with a Gfirst-class staffof artists and workmen em plnyed in the varots.braneheas of the engraving and lithographic artes, adll superior to any existing private establishment in Australia. Such, honw. ever, is the fact. and any of our readers who may pay the establishment sf Messrs. Ham and 0C., .of this city, a visit, will ...
Monday, February 17. Before the Police-Magistrate and Mr. B. Cribb. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 18 February 1862
Monday, February 17. Before the Polie-Magistrate and Mr. B..Cribb. Rdmund Owens was charged by Michael Erhart with tacbling I Ialf-echest tea, I bag sugar, and I keg contain ing 2 gallons of rum, his property. William Greenaway., constable, deposed that on Ss turday he rteived a earrant to search fr goods; went to Owen's hIouse and found it cloued; the doors dere locked; thiought some of them were nailed; thie went to the other side of the One-M.ile bridge with Bergeant ~Garson, and searched Owen's dray; hIis (Owen's) wife was at the draey; found about 2 lbs. of tea and 8 tlbs. of sugar scattered round and under the draey, and some te, about 9 lbs., in a bag, besides what was lying ?a the round; the bag was like a flour bag (produced); that is the bag; went eighty or ninety yards from the drayr and found an empty keg on the ground covered with atones; the keg when found had a strong smell of rum; the prosecutor when shown thie keg identified it as his property; apprehlended prisoner...
OFFICIAL NOTIFICATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 18 February 1862
OFFICIAL NOTIFlCATTONS. (Froa the Goeraent Gazette.) ArPOIrmENmTo. - WFlliam Leworthy. Good Drew, E?q., Paymaster, Rnyal Navy, to be Acting Under-SeBen tary tothe Treasury. Mr. Thomas Johln GrifBin, to be Acting Clerk of Petty Seslions at Brisbaoeo, during the absence from the colony of Mr. A. A. May. Tenders ire invited for constructing a punt f6r the Fitzrov River at Roekhampton, arid for pilot-houses at Reppel Bay. PB-'amrTIVE PUrncinke AePRoRs.-Johna Eaton, Teebah, 892 acres, at £392; Mes.a Isamacs, Gowrie, 648 acres, £548; Ditto, ditto,817 acres, ,317. Deed-fee of each purelae. l£1 10. Lsoae OPr?E FORt BEcCTION.--W loteof land, which tave been offered for sale by auterion .without obtaining purchaases, are now open for selpction at the polie-soice, Brisbane, at the upet price, u'hich is from £1 to £2 per acre; and Att'the police-ofltce, Ipnwrlb, 220 allotments, contain. ing from S to 819 acres,'at the tpat price. At Roetkhampton, 5 libt, of from 34 to62 acres esot. At Drayton, ...
IPSWICH MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 18 February 1862
IP8 XICfl h NIOiP AL COUNOI The usual Weekly meeting was held on iaday afternoon, at four o'clock. Present-the May ider metn Macalister, Crihb, Stonley, and Thorn. The minutes of the prerious memting, also nomi nationatid election of aldermen and of th r were rea d . . . The orereeera report was also read. 3diDOiE OVER THt BEea The letter read at the last meetingfro Coloniol Seeretary, with regard to the bridge.to North and South Ipsivih, was brought under t otice of the Council by the M[llor who also read a Of a reply, which requested the Governnent to han er the £3u00 without any conditions being iI d the Cotucil. He (the Mayor) thought tiaat when t got the £3000. they should apply for an act to ena to bor'ow -hafever sum over and above that a nt nwa rrequired tb cnmplete the bridge, if they e tenced with the £'3000. The security they wonld e would be the proceeda to be derived from a toll be erected there; but if the government took a rig iew of the matter, She was su-e that they...
DIARY. MEMORANDA FOR THE WEEK. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 18 February 1862
DIARY. K·ma.? ran ?a ~z FEAy. F Bn HlghWlr. oer ··- -R·-I-sen -f -Boon. Neor.-' AfRe.. 18 TDAT".... 50 02 4 I |_ Wo.eNEAt . I.I 6 .5 | 71$ I ii 5OI[TaBanunoy....-F1Sl.I 6501 Sf OJ 23# - " I D 1 5 01 B 5. o 3 3 4 ,s slusD .......' s sa5l5 e I4 . 40 , 4 t ,.BI .lrMe e ....... . . f I B s6 1 I I Ba .e d Beree In tine bween b? h?wtr at Sthe B tad Bileone?l e I hbontS nleutes,?old Ipswlch 5 hones 23 mnllnoee* nch dlereae must be?ded tthe tiLme of lhigh wate*ron the _.e-ue o4irf? wih obthe tnin @7 Bh" "yand the'felhei In unLhoawr,,oeb e e n teeme?u hon tnht bat these ore etyef]3 ,?eet. d ganeened by aownmm aw. try duteneiaia, Cime TUSDAY, FEIUA?RY 18, 1e0.
Local and District News. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 18 February 1862
local ants Blitcictr Ntu. WeSr Mon~ot.-We undemrstand that in the vrent or Mr. Fleuming resigning him seat for'th!, electorate, it is the intention ot Mr. S. ]?L.Thompson, thb solicitor;?to come forward as a candidate for the vaucant seat. Tea IPratO IsraNtrar Voernlams Rsre Cours. -A few membenrs of the oempany assembled at the practising gspnn? on AStssrdsy moring, and omni. ueee pt...trs, ?pt ,2650 .welds, withthhetllowing -r. IAutenant Giren... 1,0*1. ' ... 8 Bergeant Blunt.,......... O 0 0 1 I Hal . 1001:0 8~ I S arae ?'.......... . 1 00 0o ... 8 ) ,, Imrie .......'?.. 01 1,39 0g MacdonaldD....... 0.0 9 O', " ? i S Maughan..........., 0 0 000 ,, ,, Connoell .......,,, d)Op g ,O 6aZ & ***o** Cmb 1 0 0 33.. 4 O6tecnow in Am OP TiE ?mN os To HnE'o PITAL-The Rev. Mr. Ogg, o Brisbane, o~ciateld at 8i, Stephen's Chubch, on Sunday last, when onlhetlonkt were made in aid of thle funds of the Ipswich Hospital. The amount.raistled was £11 12a. TilE HAtoalIO UNcON'e CONOCERT.·-We ...
A PROLIFIC BREED OF SHEEP. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 18 February 1862
A Panltrzc Base D OF SrEEP.--t waS stated in a paper read at a meeting of the Society of Arts in London, on the 8th February last, t)hat Chinese lsheei'had been introduced into Engltad, by Mr. Ruthfoird Aleock, vicecetnnul at Sianghai, who in'1845,'hInd shipped'several of them as a present to Prince' Albeit. The Prince, in 1855, presented three ewes 'to the Londoni Zoological Society. Lord uncje also itaid somie; but, on the death of this lamented doblemen, the sheep neerelost oe diseperoed. to the Londoti Zoological Gardlens the increase of Iitnswnb s soreettst tht it was considered a nuis ance. One ewe hadl five lambs, another four, .ant a third three, thus making twelve Iambs from three ewes. Not:having accomandatiowon, and not wishjing to be overrun .withbChinese shetep, which were not very attraective to hititors, the hs'epear actually used the lambe as fres3h food'for lions anti tigers till the breed was exthi?ct; not wilhout reemembrance, however; for 'IMr. Bartlett, the supe...
POSTAL ARRANGEMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 18 February 1862
Posrt~iat an;aisrexars, .. . P"OSTAL. -RaG~?g EAoCH scceaeesv month shows morm and more thenecreuity for some more certtin arrange. ment of the postal servicenf this colony. Not ,lyg re we in astate ofcontinued unoertainty with regerdo our Jintercoloania1 manils, but our European mails also are -econducted in such a manner that our'merchbants ard traders have no meansof ixing.a date-for theolome of their cor .esporidence, or the conclusion of any businPes treansction.dependent upon the a:rrival or de parture of the English maiL Oiur trade with Grtat Britain sind Europit is low rapidly in. erasing," and every tdidltionil e#es4 whiclhl arrives in our portsladds to thie necessity for regulsr and cer~sipaTn unicSoji, - It is a matter of very rave imnlrtance to thim mer *lhant' wiheherise I all Wloae his a lorrepdn~ene in fhe 13ih or 19th of. mnditlr. .f..lie ha heen daepepding. on. the latter date, owhich i about the useualor jwhpt~sght to be thdUesl time for the departurerfthe inSil, a...
THE ACCUMULATING DIFFICULTIES OF AMERICA. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 21 February 1862
THE ACOUMULATING DI.FICULTI[E OF AMERCA[O (Frwm he TtsAe, NOe. 26.) We never thought the method adopted by Mr. Seward of picking a quarrel with England judicious one, and that for a very simple and obvious reason. War has out it many things which the experience of hiisry informs us have always allured mankind, especially the younger and more thoughtless. Glory, adventure, rro motion, plunder, have all their charms. But there is one side of war for which it is impossible to get up any enthusaasm, and that is th 'financial aide nui.ed States, the poet tells us, regret the wreaths of their grandfathers in everlasting debt. It is the slave who sits in the copnuewr's, hariot, the gall that adds fresh bitterness to defeat, the shadow that dims the brightneas of iotory. When, there fore, Mr. Seward strove to raise upsa demonstration against England, he could hardl)y have bit upon a worse way thanby asking indirvdual States for a contributton to fortify agasost her the shores of the Lakes a...
MURDER IN CUMBERLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 21 February 1862
MURDER' N CUMBERLAND. One of the most tbarbarous munders ever com. milted in this county was perpetrated at the Botcherby level crossing on the Newcastle and Carlisle Railway, about a mile and a half from Carlisle, late last night or early this morning. The victim was an old woman 72 years of age, named Jane Emimersoc, who, since the death ol her husband, has had charge of the crossing gates, and lived in the cottage by the side of the line. Her daughter and two grandchildren havl'recenttly lived with her, but in the beginning ofthe present week they west to Liverpool on a visit, and tbeold woman has there fore been left alone. It was her duty every night after the last train passed at half.past 10 o'clock, toi cloqe the gates across the line, and to take into the house the two lamps, one'of which hungon a signal post on the north side,, next Botcherby, the other hanging in a small wooden cabin on the Harraby side of the'line. Between that and 4 o'clock next morning, when she had to...
ADMISSION OF EDWIN JAMES TO THE AMERICAN BAR. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 21 February 1862
AnesMIssON OF EDWIr JAMBs TO TRH AesatcoSN BAR.-In the susreme court yesterday afternoon -Justices Clerke,Sutherland,and Barnard presiding -tbhe distinguisbed British member of Parliament and Queen's counsel, Mr. Edwin James, was admitted to the New York bar. It is understood that he intends to make this city his home, and that he will enter at once upon the practice of the profes sion to which he has won such conspicuous honours abroad. InTo spite of the barriers that oppose the progress of mere talent, haowever great, to high success in England, Mr. James had achieved, with. out the slightest aid from aristocratic connexiones, the very higb distinction of standing among the foremost members of the British bar. Since the elevation of Sir Frederick Thesiger to the Chancellor ship, and that of Sir Alexander Cockburn to the Chief Justiceship ofthe Queen's Bench he has been almost without a rival in some branches of the profession. As a Parliamentary counsel, even previous to their ele...