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THE ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE. No. I. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 21 February 1862
trS LmSINISTrATION OM JUSTWL0. 1j o.L1 IT is now three montbs sinee we drew the at tention of our,readers to two trials, showing the glorious uncertainty of the law. Weallude to the cases of BarTLrT e. Rowand the BANK ow AsIrntraLstA . thesuretieseof BOYraND. We then and there pointed out the fallacies of the decisions of the juries who tried the eases, and concluded our article in thes'e words, " We feel werl assured tkat neiter of tlwese cases owill stana tire test of a new *rial withoagt aving the eersdiat reverse4." Our judgment on both these cases has proved to be correct, first by the verdict of the.jury at Ipswich, given in. favour of Mr. BAIrTLr.,. at the last cvin sittings of the Supreme Court in this town 5 and second, by the verdict of the jury at Brisbane, given in favour of the BANK ov AtSTaALASxa lastweek. Therarecircum stances, however, ii both these c~aes which we molt etronglycondemu. We will frst tRke the case of BAtLEUY e. Row. The plaintiff in this case, after be...
Commercial. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 21 February 1862
Eaoittitrctal. The following prodnee has bern received and for warded:-From the stores of Mesers.aG. H. Wilson and Co--32 bales wool, MB in diamond; 30 do. do., Hickey; 5 do. do., 3 casks tallow, 2 keys in square; 3 do. do, MD. over D; I do. do., 2 do. skins, PR over IM over Co. in diamond; 18 hds. tallow, TW&Co. At the stores of H. V. Hassell--1 bale clippings, 8 bales sheepskins, 2 ea?sk tallow, 8 bales, Kooroona. From the stores of B. Forrest-23 bales wool, 80 bides, 40 sheep okinm, 'T overT.
A "BULL'S RUN" IN SUTHERLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 21 February 1862
A "BULL'e Rust" Is SOTBRELARD.-k com pany of volunteers, while at drill the other day, were taken aback, while in the act of skirmishing, by the threatening attitude of a large Highlahd bull, which had been grazing near, and, no doubt, con eidered his province unfairly invaded; be this as it may, he soon showed his determination to give battle, and proceeded at once to drive in the skirmishers, which he succeeded in doing. The volunteers retired rather precipitately, hut with considerable regularity. But when about to form rallying square round the oficer in command for the time being, the latter was seen "panting and breathless," and in a rather undignified position, in the act of getting over a dyke. Fortunately. some one present had a dog with him, and "Collie" soon put the enraged bull to the right about and the double.-Nortlera Eenign. A MYTReaocu Rreo.-The London cop-espondent of the Belfast New?s-Le.er tells this story :--Io London the other day, a well-known auctioneer of Bo...
AMERICAN ITEMS. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 21 February 1862
AMERICAN ITEMS. If the Northern States beanxionue to emancipate the slaves of the South, I am forced to believe it is not from any good will to the African race, or any recognition of its members as human beings of their own kind. In fact, it would be a problem for these unhappy,involuntary immigrants-if they had intellect for it-to determine whether their social ostracism and the cruel Iprejudice against. them in the North would not be far less bearable than their chattel condition in the Bouth. Just take this case from a paper of to.day: " "The people of Cletiead have been siomewhat?ea?eited orver aecse of amalgametionowhid z odurred thee Jast week. A coloured man, att~ihbL to Dan .ic'es ircus, won the affections of awhite girl named-Emily Fuller, and, obtcainin a eertidtate lnthb"suul way, married her. Tho gal, after the mereisgea retured to her fther's honse, and her desky loard, believing that her parents prevented herloining him, eued out a writ of abeas eeorpru in one of the ...
ANECDOTES OF ADMIRAL SIR CHARLES NAPIER'S YOUTH. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 21 February 1862
AweDOTEo OF ADsntAL SIn CHALES NAe'NR'S YouTas.-His arrival in London was marked by a characteristic circumstance, as relate l by one of the family. On landing at the TowerStairs, the ofcions porters began to lay violent hands on his luggage. [Ie had been duly cautioned against London aharpers, and, thinking they were going to rob him ol his sea-chest, he seated himself across it, and drew his dirk to defend his property-thus showing that the same resolute spirit animated the midship man of thirteen as did afterwards the admiral of seventy. We have heard another anecdote con nected with this his first visit to London. He was stayings at the house .of a relative (the father of Mark Napier, the historian, and.author of "The Life of Montrose"), who, after showing the youngster all the London sights, took him to see the lions at the Tower. Amongst them Wairse on which the keeper represented as being so very t "that,"said he," you might pet *your hann his month." Taking him at his word, ...
CHARITY OF WOMEN. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 21 February 1862
CHARITY OF WOMEN. An article on this subject, recently publishbed in one of the weekly newspapers (London Regeist s. ars to us of such a character that some of its eading ideas may very properly be transferred here for a more Wide diffusion, as well as more pbrma. nent pieservation. "True charity," It begins," is as wide spread as the heaven above us, and like that heaven; sliould rain down upon us all alike its equal portiodes of love and bleasing....Charity, rightfully understood, is the brightest grace in womanhood; tile moat beautiful flower in a garden where nature has planted her loveliest; but it is a flower which may soon degenerate into a weed, inoat carefully wacsphed, and which needs intelligent culture topreventarantk or sickly growth." After some observations and remarkson alms. giving, we come to the following:. "When charity to the poor takes the form of personal visitation-of teaching wretched, unromantic, unlovely children of boldly braving sights and sounds, and sm...
THE SCHOOL FOR SOLDIERS. TO TWO PRINCES. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 21 February 1862
THE SCIHOOL FOR SOLD E . TO TWO PBOnCE. Erle of eulted itation, Go, and in the cannon's nout:. Seek the bubble reputation In the war of Narth and South. If, above mere murderoul fooling . Some advantage you nprwueS, Go and get a martial choding In a strife that't nought to yoa · Qualify ourselrve leadesn, Ready for future day Practising upon Seoadenr. Game as fair a bilds to siy. Conscience steeping, lte to waken, Licensed cut-?roats, eIpr your trade | Iflou'r hanged, should you be taken Two exiuaTple wlltbemrde Tou'll rejolea to fell with gloryi Smile In dying, red with in1 Bravos tell a diferest story When ip pangs of dtatl they gria Heaving groan Wi'desperation, Crushed by shot or tora with shelli All their hope anethlliton Weigh the Other propect well I IrswqAt aPrinted and Publileald by the Proprietor$ . n, cfgh.stI. . . . I kantuPo o, ?.T. ownueO Szoxa, and · 4p?Wj~IJ~m.?qrl m "~~r~ ir , sor
IPSWICH MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 21 February 1862
IPSWICH MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. The usual weekly meeting took place on Wednesday, at four o'clock. Present-the Mayor, Aldermen Cribhe, O'Maillev, Watkius, Thorn, Clune, and Stanley. The minutes of the previous meeting and the Over. eu?er' we?kly report were read. BBIBlBeAfLETHB T CUTIItiG. A letter was read from the contractors for this work, saying that as the Coundil intended to rescind their con. tract, and as they were stopped by Alderman.shme, they hoped theCouemcil wopld take the tools obteined for the purpose of doing the work, at the price paid for them. I The Mayor said as they were poor men, and had vidently purc~hased them for the express purpose of orrying on their ?ontract, they might take them off their hands. ?'" The letter was ordered to lie on the table until Alder. man Maealister's motion for raecinding the eontract I was disposed of. E.DERIOK-BTREET* zonstatcx-anuxsr. A memorial was read from nertain of the inhabitants of that street praying the extraction of the stump...
OFFICIAL NOTIFICATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 25 February 1862
OFFICIhL NOTIFICATIONS. (From the Goo~maeut asettr.) Areo?rnxsa?.-WilliRam Beit, .Esq, to be the Returnieg O~oer for the Eleotonrte of Drayton and Toio?wonim. in te om of lrt ,othur Harvey, T.q., retnbedoWl?e?'iam bhhrpel3q, taeuto Ularde . In tbe Ria~iia~oiCci;. flair~~i .t · msta the Nte~y5Lute Pidlici? ~eeant Wilia?n Apjohn, to be ChiefConstable in and fai the Dietrict of Briebane, vice John Thomas fi3raliu, procotedT PaoxonTo0s.--Second Lieutenant J.T. Baker, to be asn~rt Ligntenant in the Native Police, with conmaPnd of tihe.2nd Division of that Force; Acting .8.r gti,'ohn WL*Donald to therank of Sergeant, and to be Sartin charge at the Police Station, Brisbane. QuzassLa oD GovaancexT DBENTcTuns.-Tenders are called for fifty-eight thousand pounds, redeemable in IS2, bearing interest at 6 per oent, per annum.,
MONDAY, FEBRUARY 24. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 25 February 1862
MONDAT, PEBBNU, St . .John For charged with being drunk and disorderly, was dishebarged, having been consned 8.housa. Daniel Alone, Charles Datter, and David Mackenzsie, for the like offen?e, were isned 10. each 5 in default, 24 hours in the wells. Sttord Hearne Webb was, o the appliecation of Franas M'Loughlino, bound over to hesp the plae to wards him and all her ejesty's saubject for the spaoe of sr monthe-himself in £40, and two sureties of £20O eath. The Bench determined'to applyJlto havetbe provisions of the.Act of Council 18 Vic. No. 28 extended to the town of Ipawch ich i h provides that no cattle intended for aile, olaughter, or shipment, shall be driven thlrough the streets of populous towns, .except betweq 8 in the afternoon.and 8 u the morning; the penalty beido any sum not exceeding 1i per head. The word "rattIle im. plies balls, oen, oow,, heifer, and steers, bhut does not apply to miloh ows or cattle in teasm, or to wprkiog - r " "
IPSWICH POLICE COURT. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 21. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 25 February 1862
IPSWICR POLICE COURT. Pannir, Panavr Si. Before the PElie Msagistrate and Mr. IR. Smith. d psawbroketr license was gramned to Robert Chriptie Maekenzie - Andrew Malcolm was fined fs. for drnnkennesq Martin Laong pleaded guilty to sauanlting the police, and was fined £2 12s.; in default, 7days' imprisonment. Thoms Inigham, charged by onstable Sdleir with -sing obscene language, was fl6ed Is. with 4s. 6d. osts. Minhael Fecane was afianeil £1 for profane swearing. JameasCunninghain was Loed Is. andosl, for allow in his pigs to stray. - John Norris, Samua Somervile, and John Byers were faed, the two former lOs., and the~ntter Se., for allow. la pigs to stray. ete Cain w aa ned a. G. for meglenting to regiater his dog.
Local and District News. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 25 February 1862
Local aub Uiutrict Ne10. ---+--- IA Marts won SoDonE NnD T' ESournn CotUorsCa. -The steamer Kembhla is advertised to leave Brisbane this day. The mails for Sydney and the Southern Colonies will, therefore, be made up at the Ipswich Post-oflice, for registered letters and newspapers, at 1 o'clock, mand fror ordinary letters at half-past one o'clock to-day. SerIonus Aocrnlnn.-A very sriones accident bap pened to a carrier named Malloy, at Little Ipswich yesterday afternoon. It appears that when he was driving his dray and team, consisting of three horses, through the cutting at the end of Brisbane street, the horses took fright, and bolted down the hill as fae as Mr. Johnston's store, where they were stopped by Charles Endersby. Malloy was riding on the loading of the dray when the horses bolted, and jumped off ashd a deavoured to stop them. He asleceeded in laying hold of the shafts, and held on to them for suoe time, but the speed at which the horses were going, compelled him to let...
IMPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 25 February 1862
IMPORTS. Sameon: 18 trunks boots, I ase, paresl,, R. Baieysl 4 ohests t10 boxes ta,6 bags salt, 81t bags sugar, Scak sod, S cats bhloaking, cases jams, I keg baErey, 8 cases oil, 10 boxean sperms,l1 -leaeoaoetionery, Ials paper, S? esS banrrels eumrrants, E. Binney nd Co.; Seale saddley, Ball and Sons; S bags rie, S paokages, 84 beags sugtr, W. Bseier9 g bs iuar, J. Bsrukman 2alsms, 118 bags sugar, 2 parcels, Cribb and Foote s; Z bags maike, 25 bags potatoes I ease gods,-L bals'Gor. don and ed d; trunks,S coals npe, :2 pckaga, WalterGray and CQo.; 5 hogabheada ~ram, H sall and Co.; 28aule-blocks, Ouaxie boxes, 90 barson, 6 corn shllrs,.10 dmma pil, T. H~ Jone; 2 pckages, J. ohonton; B-boxes boot~a, Lmda te; 3 cases, savers and Co.; ?? cases starch, S rbesa,l10 drums oil, 19 packages sandries, l ease, 1 bale drapery, trums leathelr, 1 coe boots,6 ~4p ,A b a t,4 chea ste 6 pck Order; 117 mate uganLTPaao and Co.;1 bandle spon.yare 1 bnadla tma-shoopL ss -tsven, RL J. ImiLth i earase tr...
LACHLAN. Sunday, February 16. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 25 February 1862
LACHLAN. Sunday, February 16. The prospectors on the Caledouian Lead have etruck gold, with a wash of about five feet, at a depth of one hundred and thirty feet. Immediately this became known a general rush took place, and the ground is now pegged out a distance of nearly twq miles. This morning, a young man named Frank Rodgers a native of New Orleans, having in company with one of his mates descended a shaft of No. 3 claim, north lead, for the purpose of removing some well boards, was ssf foacted by the foul air at the bottom. It appears that the party was aware of the epistenue of the gas and took a lighted candle with them. On the light going out the alarm was given, and one of the men wasinatantly pulled up, but before Bodgers eould be brought to the arfac life was extinct.
RIFLEMEN, MARCH. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 25 February 1862
BILEMEN, MAIRCIl! I h, maexh, Volunteer RIfemen ! one of the men who at Aginpourt wo a BngRsod~e ddenoe i byno means a trinef me, r Crenas he who thedne geoeud shun. Mel 'e p'epsetioeo .... _ And this might naition Need f?ear no enemy underthe sun' Arm oyour freedom, your chjldren"your prie 8gquirue ~d farm lsboharerstrad ers end 5iai5~ 'Eady to guard the gindlewtimwth your vire. John Bull wtil bolder : a laugh whm i the i op I er, . '?a , erm, by Thgmes, Tweed, eid .y?Iewy. _Arm, whereLoch Lomond is deeplne! erine Anrm, where old BSevermn to oo~ean .makhed~way,. . Arm, wheretse adpwroF Ozrord .~g?e.n S ,"Don't let &n'gliupl'? sdanam-eu?, But fock to thAe indard, An?d be ready to ght toriyo.i homes eud your Qoee. --'e.tetutimnl Presu J ats.? "' '' Irsew;re Printeded T 1 ble.bled by the !roieo lpioI; pinwse, at o. ,s,..n 4 : ..
EXPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 25 February 1862
Sb REXPORTS. - Whit; : S28 balsa. H. V. Hassell 106 babe, J. C. ?,__i~t.?_, t ?., ? pate .®I, S brlcrr.,, + hot-+ head. tallwm, . H. Wilaon: 8 bha. wool, 6 bale shins, 4 q uar?.aks tallow, W. Gray and ?3.: I bale gunny hag, IL and H. Levy: l seel", M. 3.Let.; 1 ho?, Cluane: 1 box plants, owl; 1-bo;, 1 prcel, ribb and Foote; I bar pattern?, J. Petrie; Ibo fit , thaw; 83 bunche anana, A J. Hok.og k ngsa ?c?.s fruittR. Buloek; 1 ease, l box pranesk R. Olivesr; 1 taunk, S cses, J. and G. Harrs l ase fral, m old ld; I cams instrunness, Rocbriabt; I Slp, Role; P aks, S~ case .nrit, . Ba.llsrdjl, .0 tea banas, fltchr; K jercal t36.Blton5 easesa fruit, S bnonel? btnan , T. 'rk~ i ase,o 8."lj 7 c -sks, Canes, 4 bundle, filt, A. Begar4 .1 asE a?s bag?, 1 ust, i trunk f atl, Beer; 3 p-o? B. , osa 1 c ..fruit, Lethes and Co.; l ,ase, , 2 cwse,1 banh fruit, G. Blrcst; S ces, 1 cask pLas, . H ill; RIcasts 9-fruit, D . Skying; ease'c, toI con.e frit Hunter; 1 cokfrilt0 lay ; 30 se sult, . Unmck 1;...