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LAMBING FLAT. Friday, February 14. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 25 February 1862
SLAMBTNG JL'? if. .try o '' . Friday, February 14. eseterday, Garlinaer aek up and robbed two mSO ,within twenty miles of this pldee. Piesley, who is being escorted by fivse of the mounted police, passed the Gap, about twelve miles distance from here, yesterday, en route for Bathuret. At Marengo, the night previous, he succeeded in esoaping from eustody, but was fortunately again taken, The bodyot a man was found suspended on a tree in the bush d?i the Lschlan-road. Tm police proeeded to the spot, but from the advsanced state of decomposition they could notbring the body in; they, therefore, buriebd it. An enquiry into thecase will, no doubt, be held. Poliee protection is greatly wanted between this place and the Lachlan Monday, 17th. Lieutenant Pottinger proceeds to the Laohlas to-day, to take ohbarge of the police there. Captain Battye is appointed superintendent of polise beer, and ia hourly.expected.
MUNIFICENCE IN CHURCH BUILDING. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 25 February 1862
MNIFICENCR ns CHaUBC BUILDINMG. -On Satur day last, at Little Horton-green, in the borough of Bradford, Mr F. 8. Powell, of Horton-hall, in the presence of a large assembly of clergy and laity, laid the foundation stone of a new church, which, though it is included in the scheme of the Bradford Ten Church Building Society, will be erected and e. dowed solely from his own munificence. The cost ofa the building is,estimated at about £10,000, ex clusive offence, walling, and other incidental ex. penses. The church will be in the Gothtc style of architecture, from designs by Messrs. aslJinson and Healey, of Bradford and Halifax. It will afford accommodation for 1,000 worshippers on theground floor. The district allotted to it by the ecclesiastical authorities contains at present a population of between 7,000 and 8,000. Some years ago the Vicar of Bradford stated before a committee of the House of Lords that there was a population of no less than 70,000 attached to the parish church of B...
ABSTRACT OF SALES BY AUCTION. THIS DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 25 February 1862
ABSTRAVT OP BALES RI AUURION. I T. . m,. Ds . _ O H. CoK 3U N., at his rooms, Nicholas reet, st o'elock, roaslss Afnitare, books, Wb aso ron, Famaizar 26 By Mesars. kLacwznma k BowLaN, St their Mrt, at doclook, books, satlour y, &o.
(From the S. M. Herald.) MELBOURNE. English News to 28th November. Arrival of the Suffolk. Wednesday, 9 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 25 February 1862
(Promn te S. M. B'eretfd MELBOURNE. English News to 28th November. ArsvS of the uaffolk. Wednesday, 9 p.m. The Sufolk e arriv brigg Eiglih papers to 28th November. Consels 91, to 9-. The following details amre given of the seizure of the Southern Oommisionenr, on board the steamship Troet:- OaptainWilke, of the American war-ship San TJainto, arrived at Havannabs, on thes2nd instant, on his way t New York, and gaining intelliglenre that Messon, Slidell and Meason were on beard the Treat, he tarted in pur?anit, and overtook her on the 6th instant, in the narrow pas. age of Old Bahama Channet : On the boat leasing.the Trent with the Southern Commissioners on board, Mr. Slidell said he expeetpd redress from the British Government ,for the outrage, whilst under the protection of its Lag, and ralled upon the English coptois to reisrsent the case properly. When thoe Amerlcan ofleer firsthboarded the Trent, Captain Moir pointed to the Brhitish Sag, and said he aowuld resist. Whereupon the e...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 25 February 1862
SALES BY AUCTION. 100 BUSHELS MAISE, FURNITURE, BOOKS, AEND STATIONERY. H t OCKOBURIN ?b?s received instructions Ji .to Sell by Publio Auction, at his Rooms, Nicholeaetreet, TH[I DAY, the 26th Instant, S at 11 o'clock precoisely, 100 Bushels Maise . 8 CRsee Berrings 1 Cedar Cheffonier 2 Pine Bedsteads 1 Iron Cot, together with a qusntity of Books and Stationery, inolnding OCsb-Book, Ledger, Aoeonnt.sales, Waste ad ay.bool?s Memorandum Do6k bMiug Wai, Wafers, Lead encils, &c., &o. 0. No Reserve. Terms, Cash. 842 FARM FOR SALE AT ,0ooDNA CREEK. H u. COCKBURN-bhs received instructions .: toselt by Private Oointract A FARE OF FORTY FIVE ACRES,. 25 scres of wI!iph'te ? r? b Land partly cleared and 20 acres?i.f re?~ Land lightly timbered. 3 acres of this are ?dde-cultivation. The whole is fedrol in; there is also a Stock-yard with bailing place and C·alf-pen, together with : A VERY. NEAT COTTAGE, containing 4 Rooms built of Slabs, floored and s-ingled. l B? his property is...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 25 February 1862
fbWe 6utsnplanbl Stats. TBERMS SBsacRIPTIox.?-The amount of anbeiptlon to the Oeeenelnaai That, is Seven 8hiliiana sea tyenmoej?1 qutrter, if paid in ad?anca, orE .iht ShlUling an!dit. pence credit. The quarter tohlnote en the 50th Iby tember, slat DecUee at March, and 80th'June, at which periods only can anbecribera decline, 'by gleiag notice, and paying tho-amounttdau to c4b end ci the current quarter, . , ' ' : single copie, Sixpene. DVfBTIBEETS r inaet d acording to the ftl lowing ctsle: TWo lines ..... ....;... . ... . 1 0 Four linres....... ...... .... .. 9 0 Six lineas ... . . 2 6 Eight lines, or under one inch ...... 8 0 Every additional eight linoe, or inch , 0 The follorin Diseoenit is ailowed on all advortise. .aente eoptinu d-- ior n ineeto ..t.......... 10 per cent. 18 . . ., .. ... 15 . AU advertisement t apecif the aof them the numbed t~itusthey acto beineersl~~todorthy i be continced tiiimaentermendet anikhargod ~arordingly. Ordere for witham.dtdrow lsr a tnnce by re...
DEPARTURES. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 25 February 1862
DEPARTUREZ. Febrasry 22.-Jeannie Thwald, 211 tons, Cptsin Gascoigns for Melbourne. February 2&-Tehgrapb, steamer, 700 tons, Captain o'Reill, far Sydney. Pasengers-Mm.r Grogmn, MessrL J. EeJly~ Arthur A. May, 3. rogiu,.3. S. Lloyd, Gary, I. Clarke, Moor, T. Jones,and in the stmge.
Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 25 February 1862
~tipping nteU?ignte. A• RIVLS. _ebtary 90.-S-amson, steamer, Captain Brown, Sydney thelSth, and Newcast]s the 16th instant. Pa, aenger-5- in the steinge. Fbebruary L.--Teleqap, steadrer, 700 tons, Captain O'Reilly, from Sydne o mary 18th. Passetgers ?n. Drew, e .ildren, and ervarta Ms. Bob~ts, Miis Bmrad, Messrs. H. Mort, H. Richards, Garliob, W.P. Botton, Margemay, Anslow, W. Lloyd, J. Lloyd, W. H. Cyde, J. T. Dee, W. . Costin, A. 'W. Talbot, E.Wing. Williams, J. Wilson, Mayd, F. J. Ivory, M'Intoh, L, Heits, J. Murphy, W. O. Rush,and 55 in the steerage.
WANDERINGS IN TROPICAL AUSTRALIA. No. VII. [TORRES STRAIT CRUISE CONTINUED.] [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 25 February 1862
WANDERINGS IN TROPICAL AUSTRALIA. No. VII. (5rom the Eineg iMoning Herold.) [r-aBu STATR R03n53 CONTolUO.ED. Meanwhile we had been anriossly waiting for a change in the weather, and as a guide during our contemplated cruise to the northward to seek for tortoiseshell, having no chart of Torres Strait,I had censtraeted a substitute by putting together the materials in the Directory, to which I afterwards made daily additions as we advanced. At length the weather having become fine, we left Cape York onDecember 12, for Mount Ernest, distant 28 miles, but did not reach the place until the third day, so hampered had we been by strong tide currents, aIrms, anul light variable winds. On the 15th we passed inside of Peenacar, and anchored off the west side of Mount Ernest (Nasir or Nagheer) in Oj fathoms mud, half as mile from the shore. Doring the morning a very large canoe, highly ornismented with ~white egg-hells abont the bow, waspeddled out to us while becilmed, and accom. panied us to...
LATEST INTELLIGENCE. SYDNEY. Thursday, 4 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 25 February 1862
LATEST INTELLIGENCE. IBIS"Errac~t~oarosanada (Prrm the Courier). SYDNEY. Thursday, 4 pa.m. English news to the Uth of November-two days ater than by the last mttl-has been ececrved in Mel. bourns. The psper give details of the seibzare of Slidell and Mason, the Southern Commim ionero. The commander of the Trent-the royatl mail steamer from which they were tskete--stdrt refeeed to gire them up, but the steambr wos immediately boarded'by one hundred s.d atty sried men, andtheso.Called "oebtls" were taitn by force. The l?ir nwas eaaing.nitensM eitiment in GreetP Britain. - t large public meeting wa held at 5wiverpool to eon sider the saubject of the saremst, and. resolutionas were pasaed denpuncing the set in the strongeet terms and talling apon the gosernmec-fo iohwoitl.to aesert the dignity ofthe British kag. The greatest excitement prevaed -.on 'Change, the building beirg so thronged that hundreds were unable to obtain s?miesion. A5t the produce asesto-day bouiness was stationaro,' ...
(From Clough's Circular). [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 25 February 1862
(Psim loeugh'. Circular). WeIn'isate. aiutL ia few days, the pro -spct; e o~ oue:iil ei puMishel, having * forlcjen t oonisaon of North-Western 'aving hada prospeets in maonuscript, with ,ter..data connected with the contemplated r-payjlaeed before us, with permission to e r the ·information, we gladly do so, n fy? aled thtt the fermation f Celerela n trraia will advance the teruil yand that the fset of bringing the B$jjsh people the subject of the it" pw one on .the continent, will, -plan proposed, lead to extensive 4, iT ucontemplates a ominal eapital ef 0,n 2000oo0 shares of £25 each; half are to be reservedfor rnd it is contemplated q e t e months, of calling up 0s dtoake no~further ?all wbat *vera ~ uabeahsreholders, unis the Company, a a iigatLaki h the British GovjsuRt getes o ' tthe ~ae if the e iitory, wai dll to ;inatl~ero ofoi~hi~; 'ith nallarofenrdmin; hte t of the Company appers to a100,000 breeding ewes and '600 sia4le mseet practicable routes, upon the inb the explore...
THE PROGRESS OF AUSTRALIAN SETTLEMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 25 February 1862
THEP OREsS OF AUSTRALIAN SETTLEM?ET. OTaeG bhut a general and long-continued ar -can stem the progress of Australian settle -ent. From two distinct quarters of the Anr- 1 alian continent, we hear the note of further ogress sounded, and those who have well sidered the subject cannot but conclude that settlement of the northern coasts of New Hand has become a maltterf ofnecessity to the othern colonies. The enormous interests at are at stake between.those colonies and the other country, demand more. rapid commhni tion tban at present exists. The large in rease of cattle and sheep, and the very un stled state of the Land Laws have grested in he minodof tise squatters iuch a want of con dune as .to lead them to look beyond the ounds of their einoelonies for a more certain eld for their labours. And the prospect of resting a proitabletrade with India is another nducement to endeavour to establish a settle ent or settlementsin the extreme north. By the Sydney papers it is stated that Sir ...
HOW I BECAME A CRICKETER. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 25 February 1862
HOW ...-?ECAME..A.CB!CETSR ...... (By one of the Bgus Seven, itn Be's Ls/fse in flicZbrie.) A younger son ofa younger son, I found myself, at the age of twesty-sxl, with a profession, a very small income, and no practice; but hoping still as others had done belore; I studied ben, always sticking to the office to be ready for any business, should the goddess of Fortune think fit in one of her freaks to favour me with so desirab!e a commodity, which she at last did. I got a beginning, and if I had worked and studied hard before, I now made myself almost a slave tomy profession; for was there not in the'distane tihe prettiest pair of bright eyes combined with the most lovely face-that I some times in my wildest dreamns hoped at no distant period to call my own ? But* ."all work and no play makes Jack a dull boy'r-and the author might have added a sickly one too-and so, after two years of intense mental application, I found myself one evening riding home to my little villa, by Kenning t...
RECRUITING FOR THE FEDERAL ARMY. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 25 February 1862
RECRDITINo FeO Tva FDanuLL AS.rr-The MJoniseur de r'Armes is publishing a series of letters from M. Ferri Pisani, Prince Napoleon's aide.de. camp, written dnring his visitto America. The following is well worth reading:-" We have at this moment at New York the extraordinary speo. tacle of recruiting in full operation. The great Barnum is the model and master of all citizens who aspire to the honour of avenging the Federal fag under the title and with the pay .of captain, colonel, or general The brigade called the Excel sior, which is really a fine body, had its central recruiting ofice established in a fine bone covered with placards and flags. An immense crowd of people was assembled before.the extensive balcony, ornamented with. warlike emblems, and in the midst of Which was stationed a military band, which delighted the crowd with its bursts of har mony. At intervals, a patriotio speech was deli vered, in order to give the finishing touch to the excitement caused by the music and...
MELBOURNE. Messrs. J. H. CLOUGH & Co. report. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 25 February 1862
MELBOUoNE. M keaurs. .. . CLOv ar s Co. WooL-siss out last report ther ew tnrsuottonsr of importance to mot. Buyes adtl mskisgiequiqirbort its wruiouslota E t ji et end though unwig-tog bisyat limit.tsrice joes wedik r brisk~~ business may beateaeb 'a of the mall, should our adyices - biO mo P7 Woe have sold a few small lo of wool at hi s T"atow.--Thesrss agood inquiry for iii ping ovdes, and we have diiosed of mutton tel, and a lot ofzmixed,.:ooaiaaiag ofn p 8ors for shipmenat yth Donald e Ky. Nioea.-We have had a(sias omot -oyfor. hides in shipping oder, but amhe n oes b thea Oprs e?s at prss t emt d the limio o f en, . u? l usiAJ alt thehides hffm storhsre e, Uhaad alwtl of the Ourer. We have disposed oaiufejloT~i~blm hides at S1st ats liseah. :' -Shepah~n s.-Very few hasve bkeedn oIb~sa ne our last; proes, however,ui sim alrto the qdtom 1gven in our t raporende tbddiert g.h dg Messers D MA1earo OkasrezL , Co.reports- Pat Osttle.-j very lerje supply, iaeuoutlug to 9,152 bead, ha ...
DENILIQUIN STOCK MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 25 February 1862
DENILIQUTIN STOOK HARKET. Monday, february 8,.-It is almost useles iteration to deeoribe the stateofthe.strs etttle tearket in this lo. cality. We sonld, of course, wishit othewis, but etag nation is certainly the only truthful epithet which can be applied. Threare no setore-cattle n the market-no new arrva, no reneot transactions, and the demand Is certainly below .the bucolic ero, Fat cattle arestill goingdown. Wemention twoi6obs .a havig paised slme our last issue, namely, Idoom?ds 28? b nlulo. wh nc Co. ed pSatday, and a mob of aSprinially bhllocks, from Wavbraaean, which lea yestdy ms ~or g. Store sheep oantinue in demand, bht the only ale? we bare heard o03 that of quantiy of maden ewes in th neig?b. nrhoca ; but as the-number and term have not reAche us throgh shffbitiently reliable snaWe, we e frin frommentioning th matter, further thin to show that the market-is not altogether inatie.', The onlyfatetee that he carod re a- Inch " Pethnr, which Went throneh at the end of auta...