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THE GREAT EXHIBITION OF 1862. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 21 February 1862
TEID GRIEAT EXHIBITION OF 1882. (mal the 21,s, Noember ]9.) The most difficult ofall the works in connexion with the new Palacei at Kensington are those belonging to the ereeti of the domes. Glass and Iro domes o such stopehilaous magnitude as these ae neo alike to architects and engineers. A glass dome for the building intended for the Arpsterdam thibbitlon next May is now in course of erection at that clta, but as this is to be oval.sbhaped, and is little ngre than 100ft. in diameter, the ditficulties to beoaecpopme are mesre child's play when cam p~red with those to be encountered in the construe-. tion ofithe great hemispheres at Kenosington. As yet nothing of their size hsn ever been attempted in ~any material. The dome of the Pantheon is only 142rt. in diameter and 70ft. high; the dome oft St. Paul'ais:112ft. in diameter by 215ft. high; that of St. Peter'si s 158ft. diameter by 260t. high, from tbhe external plinth; Bruneleschi'sCat Florence is 139ft. diameter by 133ft.; and e...
CALIFORNIA. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 21 February 1862
On thde poapeti breseidffm l e _in of t'be 7th oft Deebr reumtsi~1 ~ that the wasntp eat er°eUn onuMit, eStae e san xeggae0,ated, but iit. .adl iy " thbi e nse sideoou cose of fd iron o maikets tht yearthy an last on 'ww l ,pae scca abroad would? be ike3( ~ he aftoemaj.A~h Pnoaris or:re?lj ndenice 4orethetitee e the" defiit in the 1Freincli crpoe u'o wh. t Tra?e wis bi copeled to idui?m itt2,uOO I 0 Auhsete, itrees, s* oote6o0,ooi tui'elsi "Woir, 'we 'ibiuk that hft litlei'guing ille necessar to?jh.w that this deficit coidedin a smiall degretlj he I mrade upYiroisl the Unised States, ThIeistilftie ,*heat Irp of rbe' Unitod 'States in'e$fid"*I. 0 o00,0?~0 bis?e?li, and of this wefrtieste : 48.4609000 busbels, bowiig that aboutliju?el0 ?0: bushels were iecessary for the an.-bd~dihi eiti o of our idlpuideitio 7 O?: course ?-o ti surplus frhm tht-a kl'diof tt y bi ly not larger?lian or th9yesi'eaei!'.. ever it wathr wisnotrd o matienli " ' ir estimates. ThAbentlie hbi tfi iled Sttes in ...
IMPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 21 February 1862
" IMPORTS,....... Governor 25 eases Geneva, 8 ases tobasoo, 2 boxes ditto, Iobalf-tiereesditto, 10 hogsheads rum, 6 hogsbeads breudy, 146 bags sugar, 60 bote, 10 chests 20 half chests tea, 23 bags cofee, R Towns and Co.; 10 hogs heads ruNm, 80 bags biseuits, .. 8. Wirry: 190 bags sugar, 4 hogehdas ale, 4 ditto porter, 2 cases wine, 5 aks bottled ale, 1 tub augar candy, 89 boxes soap, 89 cuases oil stores, 145 bags salt, 2 bales paper, 2 hogsheads bollow-ware, 8 drums 4 sases oil, 68 packagee groceries, &o., G. 8. Leathes and Co. } 70 chests 40 half-cheats tea, E. B. Forrest; 28 eases beer, 1 ease matches, Gray and Co.; 2S5 casks beer, 48 iron pots, Wilson and Co.; 10 casks beer, Oliver; 1 case whiske, J case old tom, I case champagne, 2 cae claret, 1 box tea, I case coffee, 2600 slates, 1 iron tank, 851 bundles Bfibre, I ease fruit, I case raspberry balm, 4 eases eundries, Order; 2 cases, Simpson; 2 cses,18 rolls matting, Kingsford; 2 drums soda, B. Douglas; 1 hogshead stone...
THE CIVIL WAR IN AMERICA. NEWS TO 5TH DECEMBER. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 21 February 1862
THE CI[VIL WASR I AMERICA. NEWs TO Be DaEmnBEB. By the Star King, Captain Confield, from Puget Sound, we'have news to the 4th of December from Washington, and to the 5th from St. Louis. We understand that Captain Goofield spoke the Edith Rose, froim C(alifornia, and received from her 'a bomplete file of San Francisco papers to the 18th of December, only two of which, however (vie., the 7th and 10th), have been preserved. This will account for the meagre and fragmentary nature of the following extracts. The. San e amsco Herud of the 7th publisheq the following overland telegram: St. Loule,-December 'th. Great exciteupent and consternation exists at Chbrleston and other towns South. At Charleston the rebels are burning all their cotton and ric, to'p~iiireit it falling into the hands of the Federals. At Greenville, Tennessee, too Unionists have been hiaungby the rebels. Their offence was bridge burning. Pa-son Browlow is making himself felt. In East Tenesaee, at the head of 2000 men, h...
EXPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 21 February 1862
EXPORTS. C?larence: 1 e oil, 10 kegs paint, I coil rope, 1 axe, 3 kegs lead, 10 boxes, 16 bars iron, 22 cart poles, 12 packages, Perry Brothers; I ase, J.Miller; 1 box soap. I parcel, 20 bags flour, 1 bag nouts, 1 bag coffete, 7 pa k. ages, 2 bags sugar, 1 bag rice, 1 bagoatmeal, 1 chest tea, I oase, I bale bacon, I quarter-eask wine, 1 parcel tobacco, 2 packages sundries, G. Leathes and Co.; 6 cass porter, 1 hogahead rum, I casks bottled ale, 4j cases Geneva, 3 cases old tom, 1 case champagne, 2 bocsheads sundries, 8 kegs paint, 24 packages, 10 eases brandy, 2 cases pipes, 1 case salmon, 1 case jams, 1 case mustard, l cask sherry, 2 quarter-casks aherry, 3 casees Geneva, 1 ease aherry, 6 cases sundries, 10 casks poeter, 2 eases confectionery, 12 camp-ovens and covers, I bundle spades, 1 case sundries, 10 cases cider, 1 quarter cask vinegar,6 casks ale, 1 cask salt, 1 cask belts, 6 eases champagne, 4 cases red wine, 1 hogshead sundries, I cask soda, 5 jars, 1 hogahead coffee, 2 hogs...
BRISBANE. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 21 February 1862
4 z&lt;:,;. BRISBANE. (Pemo tie Qouelar,, .aodioa, Fetra?y 19.) We regret to hear that Mr. J. J. Astin, of the oe graph department, is serionUly indiposed, fro? the efect~ of the buratiag of a blood-reseol, no don$ amse by .bis ardnou~ndtis. Mr.oastin has beenremsraly energeticimn omrnetindgi ie department, and has expert' end? much enaoan: at i the irelr ie oe the. .?ris.litide on the ew "8outh Wales side. We ~ueneaml .ant that b i6dis 6toi n Will' prov .dl temporary, an tie he may be longe parfo snjoy the resnlts of ihvaido-tkin care, in the regilar and eifeient working eldis depdiMtet. onme very teautifd specimens of .gold, from Peak I?o*ns, haire been shown to us by Mr. T. H. Hood, roeived per last Clarence from his bmrother. The qtiartz is very tridiq? in?bout eight or tenmof the uggets?, and it is evident, r aomhe apperanee of the gold, that there is much more where this came from--one of them weighed aboanst lf.an-oante. We shall not be mrprised - pheaer!aagr ' yi d o...
SUPPOSED WRECK OF THE FIREFLY. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 21 February 1862
BUPPOSED WRECK OF THE FIREFLY. (From the Coarier, Pebruarey 26.) We regret to state that the intelligence received by the Jeannie Oswald is of such.a character as tolesnus to believe that the Firef.y, Captain Kirby, which left this otfor the'GIlf of iasrpeutria onsthe 2th of August st, in osompany with the colonial war steamship Victoria, has beean wrecked on Sir Clharles Hardy' Iland, in Torrs' Stnita. It will be remembered that the Firefly was despatched as a kind of cendrto H.M. s.s. Victoria, in search *f the eplorer Burke and his party, sad that·the Firey .contained, in addition to a large quantity of coal .and proviasion, a sepaate exploring ex:edition under the leadership of Mr. Indaborongh. -Yesterday morning Captain G eoigse-of the Jeannie Oswald, accompanied by the agent of the Insurance Companyty whom the wesiel was eharterd, rrived in town forthe prpose of procuring provisiomns,and tele graphing to Melbourne the news of their arrival here, and the esnucess of the expedit...
SYDNEY SHIPPING. ARRIVALS. February 19. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 21 February 1862
5YDNEY SUIPPING. [BY ELECTBIC TELEGBkP.1 ARRIVALa. February 19. Breadalbane, barque, from Aucklasnd, R.Z. Ellen, schooner, rom Twofold Bay. Meroury, brig, from Lsunceston. • Hunter, steamer, from Clyde River. Victoria, steamer, from Manning Eiver. February 20. John Banks, ship, from London.
THE CONCERT IN AID OF THE HOSPITAL. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 21 February 1862
THE CONCERT IN AID OF THE HOSPITAL. The Harmonic Union's Ooncert for the benefit of the Hospital, under the conduoctorship of Mr. Haimberger, took place on Tuesday evening, having been postponed tiom sat month, in conseqguence of the bad weather, and it was also thought the attendance would be larger when people had the certainty ofa moonlight night tore turn home by. The Hall was neatly decorated. The platform had a screen across, with the words "Harmonie Union" worked in Sowera in theeentre; snd the iunecrie tion "Faith, Hope, and Charity," in large letters on either side and in the centre. The company, which con sisted of the elite of the town, numbered between three and four hunidred persons. The additional time given to:he amateurs for rehears ing enabled them to perfect themselves in their music, under the unremitting perseverance of their able con ductor, whose endeavoursa proved very sueccessful. The chornuses were sung with the utmost precision, and the instrumental pieces....
DEPARTURES. February 19. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 21 February 1862
DRART~URES February 19. Oriental, ship, for Shanghai. Prairie, brig, for Newcastle. City of Sydney, brig, for r ebkampton. Roderick Dhn, schooner, for Bribane. Uralla, steamer, for Grafton.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 21 February 1862
SALES BY'AUCTION. 25- HEAD OF HORSES. - M.'COOKBURN has received instructions . from Mr. JOHN GUILFOTLE to Sell by Public Auction, at the Corporation Sale Yards, TO-MOBROW, the 22nd Instant, at 11 o'clock precisely, TWENTY-FIVE HEAD OP HORSES, most of them first-rate Colts fit for Draught, and the iremainder are broken-in to Draught. Terms, Cash. 820 7702 EWES AND LAMBS, &c. H M. COOKBURN has received instructions Sto Sell by Private Contract, 1123.Ewes, 3 years old and under 2785 do. 4 years old 1476 do. 5 and. 6 years old, including 236 S aged . 1500 Lambs 783 Wethers, 4 years old and under 5 Rams . . 702in all, mors or less. Delivery to be taken on or about the 31st March. For further pirticulars, apply at the Auction Rooms, Nichola-street. 297 15,600 J.IXED SHEEP. H" . s COOKBURN has received instrations to Sell by Private Contract, 15,600 MIXED SHEEP, oopseitinu of the following, viz. : S 000 Wethers, 21 to 5 year 4000 Ewes, 8 to 6 years 2000 Maiden Ewes, 18 months , 40...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 21 February 1862
4--e TE aEMll S m SosCsePTTo0.-LThe amount of suboeription to the Queensland Time s Se en Shillings and Bixpenseper quarter, if paid in advance, or Eight Bhilling and Six. pence credit. The uasnlrs terminate on the bth Sep tember, 3slt December, 81ut March, and 80th June, at which periods ofly can subscribers decline, by girjng notice, -and paying the amount due to the ecd of the current quarter. Single copies, Bixpenee. M.?vawrcscufl?Ts am inserted according to thm tol lowing scale:-- . S Two lines...... ...,,1.. 1 0 Four linese................S........ P 0 sirlines26 Six linen................... ' Eight lines, oufnsder one inch .. .. Every additionsl eight lines, or inch 1 0 The followli~ Discount is allowed on all sirtiKe. mecs eronticued- For 6 isertions ............. lOper cent. IS ,, . ........ " ' 5. ....... .'....." ,, All advertisemente must ,speefy on the face of them the number oftimee thyare tobteiusrtcl ort~h pwl, - be oonone? till euonterninded ahd hiaegdhoorslngly. Or...
DEPARTURES. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 21 February 1862
Fe'brunrV 17.-0-a rGodiffoy, yhip, 428 tons, Cap, tain Frachtenicht, for Valparaiso. February 18.--0larence, steamer, Captain Oottier, for be northben Jrts. Paeaenm-~e-Mre. arrison, Mrs. Wilhoaud Ehild.Mr.~ryh ? iF h fi. A. Semaikin, F. M. Giblett, severn, Putohb, . 8haplander, B. Scott, A. -M. rgsanon, James Bartley, and 80 in the teerage,
WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 19. Before the Police Magistrate. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 21 February 1862
W?DNeRSDAY, FEBRUAM 19. Before the Police 1iagistrete. Billy Bow-wow, an aborigianl, remanded from Brie. bane, was charged with committing a rape on Mrs. Jane REe, at Wivenhoe, on the llth December laest. Jane Rae, sworn, stated that she had looked at the prisoner'in the dock; she never saw him before, and he was not one of the blackfellows that assaulted her. The prisoner was then disoharged.
IPSWICH POLICE COURT. TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 18. Before the Police Magistrate and Mr. R. J. Smith. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 21 February 1862
UPsWICH POLICE COURT. Tosa?Dy, P?a?BBu. 18. " efor?ethe ioe Magitrate and Mr. .l. Smith. , i. sloane charged r. Beverley, of Ellenborongh rbt. with usig insulting anc gs to her on the 12th 'instnt• Fined 4,ine ildingeosat. in default, 7 days' ?pusonmnt?, , Jgon l ariboie apan.-jr. Mamlister for -l£adti, Mr. Chubb for defendant. Tnie was a case brought under die Tmpe ing ~A.et, against Mr. Han 505, for exoessive damage. : Adelphus E?senlkamp, sworn, stated that on the 4th inletnt the defendant cent a bay mare to be impounded, and sment a not!e salo; the mare had bee in iHanson's * Padded; the damage and driving ntpenses were £2 20. Gd.: thepolalntiff paid this amount, together with pound. ?lseesbut ? l.?der protest t kndwa tHanson's padeork, it itle nc ita foar-rail fenose, arid erfectly secure; did not believe it Ii~eel ?bb horse.esald get it hem atill the omnisunit df daniis. John ?ller stated that he lost the mare in May last, and never ga5e!y anuthority to har her placed in Hany ...
No Title [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 21 February 1862
If Imight give a abshort hint to an impartial writer, it would be to tell his fate. if he resolvred toventureupn the dangerousn precipice of telling unbiassed truth, let him protlaim war with manokind-neither to give nor to take quarter. If he tells the crimes oT great men they fall upon him with the iron hands 'f the eaw.1 if he tells them of eikt.ea, whea .the have any, then the mob attacks'him with slander. But if he regards truth, let. him expect martyrdom on both sides, and then he may go on fearless; and'this is the course I take myaelf. DE FOP.
DIARY. MEMORANDA FOR THE WEEK. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 21 February 1862
DIARY. ORA5IMDA ~OB Tr WIrC. P-- c. - Rise. 7 tluHghWattr. on Br anosar. Rises. Sets. |-Mor. I usa. 21 I FaxAT ...... I 5 2 86 261 2?6 0) I2 22 SAmttIA.....l 52 65 | 3 61 I4 0 - Dna?eT ...... I S I ? 6? 4 20 1 4 24 onensT....,. .. 2281 63 ( 5 6 628 25 I ccsnAT .... 526I5 6 321 5 S06! 828 281I WKDNSsDA,... I 5281 621 al 6 401 2 16 27: Inaaan. ..... 6657 .6 801 888 20 The dfLference tn time between high wac at the Bar and,. Brisbane Is 1 hour 45 mtuitcs,'and Ipielch 5.hours 2. mlnuten, .-hich dtfference must be added to the time ohigh water on the Bar. o the The eaterly winds onrtheeus oa the Bay, and the /rehes In aheriver, often rause a oarition [rem our table, but these are .nerely accdental, and governed by no known law. Ej e tufentflnb 8inmes. FBIDAY, 'EBRUARY 21, 1862.
Local and District News. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 21 February 1862
Local ab RBistictt Nilet. Pose OFPrIo AaBAkeon se.-,Althogh the Sam son arrived at Brisbaue at an early hour yesterday morn ing, the postmaster at Ipswich had receirved no notice of the tie of the departure of the Sydney mail up to a late bour lost night. DuBe Mlrsseeo,--The Rev. William Ournew left Ips wlih on Wednesday, intending to make a short tour in. the both, and to visit Toowoomba;and Warwick, to pre pare tlhe way for the settlement of the Rev. . orbete eho inay. shotly be ,expectef. olhe district. It is tn tended that the latter minister shall be attaohed to the ipwieh station, itineraligthrougb, he l d±istriet of' Ippwioh, andinoelude Toowoomba .eadthe.ownships a?in a twn eixAoq4 1hi laboure. WEsLEuAN MEcTocDrIT MtIoSTEea ?0 QoewENS. AND.-We observe in the South Aostralhan Register of the i1st ult., that at the Wesleyan Conference which was held in Adelaide the following ministers were allottato Queenaland -Brisbhane--Rers. J. H. Fletheber and-. Turners Ipswich-Rees. Theop...