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DIARY. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 25 February 1862
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SYDNEY MARKETS.—FEBRUARY 14. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 25 February 1862
SYDNEY MABKETS.-FYzsanfr 14. Flour.-The millers' quotations are for Sue £14, -nd forbeat seconds £12 per ton of 2000 lbs. Bran, l. 6d per bushel. Wheat, Os 6d per bushel. Biscuit is quote1 by Mr. Wilkle at i8a for cabin, and 17e for navy, per 100 lbs. Messrs. Hamilton's prices are, for ship T17s, and cabin bssse per 100 lbs. Bra,4ipr2l.loaf. Btoher t.--Be~i( to l1d, mutton 2dto8tjd, pork 5d to id, veal 8d to 6d pe 11. lamb 6h to 6G pet quarter. Poultry, Game, and Dalr'y Produe.-Fowls 2s 6d to 8g duek. 2« 6d to 8s, geee 5to68, turkey &lt; to 20e, teal 2Is to 2s 6d, pigeons la 6d to 2s, wild duoks 4. to 6, rabbits 3S to 4. per couple; ooating pigel a to 8 e eosh; butter 9d to Is, cheese Gd to 7d, bacon and bamn 6d to 7d, lard 6d to 7d per;lb eggs ls d to is 3d per dose.
Commercial. IPSWICH. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 25 February 1862
Eaommtrctal. ^IPSWIOR. The followlng p "oe has bea recelved by Me?sr. W. Oray & Oo.-For ehipmeet pe Geore Xiddd. .0 bales wool, FCE .16 ditto, ' bale kine, TB over U. rillei 11 baleo wool, JO3 9 ditto, W ; 605 ditto, Turner. Received and forwarded 20 balel wol,, So ditto, OREi 80 ditto, BB E 14 ditto, 1 bale hides, DCC in diamond; 4 bales wool, KO0. Frtm the storem of Mesrs. Panton & Oo.-8 bale wool, B&D Yuilbar. From the stores of Mr. R. Foreest-O balo -wool, 20 hides, TI overT. MACKENEIE & Bowwn> report a very large attend. anee at their Saturday's esle, which consisted prinoiplUy othousehbld fornltUre and grooerte, wieh isedi.d good& pres alo, 1 bor, saddle, Md b 0idi.e.1 lO. o 1reo niable and floubleiet .harneso,,l gol watttb, 4 1Os.1 7 sees ug, atait.; ponobsok hog, £17 . e., cake porter, 13«. 6d. per dozen c ash sin S. fld, s., &o. Labour Merket.-A number of re?peotable female servants now want eoggment. Wegee hBe do.n ward ei...
Original Correspondence. (To the Editor of the Queensland Times.) [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 25 February 1862
Original Cor?responbense. (To the Editor of ie Qaueeusand Times.) Sl,-I nerceive in the Guardims of the 16th instant, a paragraph, in width it states that evidence has been of fered that will reverse the tecision of the court, and the verdict passed on the unfortunate blacks tried at our last Ipswich assises. That the public may not be led astray in the matter, or exercise their sympathies bor the sup. posed innocentaboriginals, I will try togive a clear state. ment of facts that came under my own knowledge the day that Mrs. Bae was maltreated by the savages. I, in company with another, weas at her place, and had not leht if more than an hour when her son overtook us on his road to Wivenhoe to acquaint his father with the fact. It was not another hour after that before I arrived atWi venhoe, and when I did arrive (mind you when [ did arrive), there was a black gin crying close to the pnblir house, and saying that Stilkabed Johnny had beaten her, and Kipper Billy wanted to mamr her, ...
[O B. EBSWORTH.] [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 25 February 1862
to 3.RBSWORTU.] WooLt-This parikt vry qobetj and no improe ment whateveroente re'ported. For faulty and seedy eonditione4 sampes the biddiangs are r langukd, likewise for jas wool. Sttpod, pound, .bnrbt;. n rotnmg led woor~sost salebl~e, butlort?e 1ie Oetffpee onseooe kF¶eenbfleir andkd~llee h'ts peat nwingprinipa to their hea and seedy co itionls haive been in ieeM request than fe any years pat, amn the deprssion on deseahbaben grater than oa Etronget. stapled wools. heepsn inm bitter &nand, but liimpovmmnt hba ttenplace on the deolisn otioed last week. Taow.--The arrivals hive been inmostly oftown melted stuff, and which has been.taken by the trade at pri.ces rM?ing from 8, to 4s. 9d. In shipping parcels no toansatiens to y... Eidtpr.--For the same reason nothing done for ship muen; and the mnly lets orFd have beep takezi by the tade without any alteration toiose. :Circular Q~ay, Sydney, lb .
No. 1. LIST OF UNCLAIMED LETTERS FOR THE MONTH OF JANUARY. General Post-Office, Brisbane, 22nd February, 1862. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 25 February 1862
No.1. LIST OW UNCLAIMED LETTERS FOR THE MONTK OF JANUARY. General Poet-Office, Brisbane, 22nd February, 1862. Parties applyig for Unclaimed Letters at ote General Post Office, Brisbane, are requested to give the correct number of the list in whichthey may have observed their names, as such reference will materially facilitafe deli -ery. Parties in the eoumtry making written applica-. tions, should accompany ouch applications with the amount of postage for transmission; and, in addition to the formner particulars, are requested to state where the'y expec their letters from, and any other information tending to prevent the unnecessary transmission of letters. . IaorLts L. Msraar Peaoe, Postmaster-GenemaL AlnerfR John, Dawson River; Andrews A, Ipswish; Angel A N, Mlurilla Creek (2); Armstrong John A, Botkhamcton; Aspinall, John, Koorooan; Attwell William, Ipswich. Baby Henry, Ipswich; Bailey Thoms, Callsndoon; Bail Andrew, Boekhampton ; BalwinEdwin, Woohthed; Bsalwin---, Taroom; Barnes...
PRODUCE CIRCULARS. [MORT AND CO.] [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 25 February 1862
PRODUCE CIROULABlS. [os AND. co.] Wool.--We ranot remark any material change itl?i market Wellconditioned clips mare in gooddenand, ant in some instances a slight advance on list week's prices ha been obtained. Scoaured wool and woolin greas ar?g still diffcult to move exoept at preies fahr below sellers' valuations. Tlhe principallots ofleece wool sold to-day were-8 over Wonibo, 15 beles at 19d B over battle axe, 10 ast 20d; ZP&Co., 24 at lBid; LOW, 20 st2ld HA. 21 at 19td; Bunnamago, 42 at 18td1; Hr, 86at Iujd. Sheepkin.--Tbere is no alteration to quote. About 8000 shins sold at Sd to 7d per. lb; T.llow.-Only sixtesks were offered, and sold st 80e, 81e 6Od, 84. d, 875 8d, and 89f 68d per mt. Hides.-Thoeo to hand were orlight orintferorquality, and notof a hebaracterto test the maket. They were quitted a ditailed below. PaIses CItenNT. WooL.. .d. . d. . .r.dto . ... ......;............l...... l to.l 1 Lowto.middlng .. .......... 8 ...... 1 Ot l 4 Grase.....................,...
(From the Clarence and Richmond River Independent, February 10.) [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 25 February 1862
(pFro the Clareoe atd Richmoed Riser Isdependest, P?ebrLary~ 1o.) A publio meeting was held on Saturdsy night in the Assembly Rooms, to consider Mr.loark Irvig's alaims on the electors of this district, and the peropriety of es tablishing him in his position as our representative in the Assembly during his contemplated visit to Europe. Not withatstanding the short notinogiven for the meeting, the room was crowded. ~Mr.Irving rose amid cheers. It was an honour for him to represent this distriet-the most valuable in New South Wales. He identified himself with the district, for m it behhad acquired most of the wealth of which he was possessed; he had grown with the district, and it had done more for him than he had done for it, and he would indeed be ungrateful if he did not feel the extent of his obligations tooard~ s the plaee'in which hehadmnade his position. When he first hadthe honour to represent the Claronwe, it was a very small appendage of New Saouth Wales and was called the C...
NEW SOUTH WALES. GRAFTON. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 25 February 1862
NEW SOUTH WALES. GEAFTON. (From fle 8. K. Beraid'. Orrespondent.). Ormaember, igfr. Clark Irring, hua j?ast paid as a fy ng eal);partly pera?psein anticpation of his.intended isit to England, and. with a view to the retention of his .est doring that time, partly to fslither his niewscheme of a bihoprielfor Grafton and Armidale, and partly tocarry away iaioble eolletio of the birds, &e., of the Clarence and Rlihmond Rivers made for him by Mr.J. F.Wilooza, ot Grafton. I? ?oprt be trae, Mr. Irvigintendsto tdake t~i collection with him to the old emntTry, in order to preseit it to the Carlile Iuseum. .I wase favouried with a eghbit fitat Mr. Wilcoi'se yesterday. It ohtainsmany nrare, d.aio, and even new species of the feathered dse. nizene inees, and reptiles.of our adjaeta wdoods, and it will indeed make a valouable present for thepurpose for which itis intended. Mr.Iring meetbiseonstitieo tseon Satrdsayevening, the 8th instant, and ass-welt received by them. Very little else i...
PROGRESS OF OTAGO. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 25 February 1862
PR:~ O ?G ES OE OTAGO. (fj thSBgdIoy De ornidag herold.) One If t-s-lt remarkable colonising revo lutions of late times may be seen at Otago and the surrounding territory. Our readers are aware that to that coun~ty a large number of the members of the Fr Church of Scotland -wended, jheir way, to realise, if possible, their ideal of church government and social life. Theigidiosmynerasy was thus strongly impreseed npo?he first social and political development of the infant State. Fortunately for them there was no native pqptlation to obstruct theirpnovements, or to give the geeral Govern mentlany pretence to interfere with the man agement of their affairs. Had they continued undisturbed by any new and powerful element, the chlony would probably have been highly prosperous, as well as highly respectable. The ordinary accumulation of wealth where the habits of a people are industrious, thrifty, and inexpensive, is very rapid, and we do not know that we can congratulate, the province on ...
(From the S. M. Herald.) [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 25 February 1862
(From Ehe 8. M. HeralL.) " The proceedings at the inquest upon the body of the late Miss Loftnus have been brought befpre the .. Supreme (oure by eertiowri, with a yieast 'Ip. versal of the verdict of felo-deets found by-the oro- . ncr's jury. The case.stanimds for the firat dayof ext ' term. - . ' . - The Bishop of Sydney administered the rite of con. ' firmation lh fortyyoung people,.at St;Anu'a Churchy hyde, on Monday, the 13th Ultimo. Mr. J. Develin,junior, J.P., and IMr.- L Shepherd, J.P., have presented St. Ann's Church with a set pt handsome chandeliers, with lamps for kerosine oil, and globes, complete. A person named John Wickham residing about a mile and a half flim Ryde, do the road to Lane Cove, was killed by lightning oh the evening oftnie 4th instant. " . The annual general meeting of the Wesleyan N Missionary Society was held at the Centenary Church, York-street, on Monday evening, under th presidency of Mr. John Caldwell, ML.A,.. - 1 . On the same evening a public me...
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 25 February 1862
MARRIAGES. &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; On the 22nd instant, at Rhossili, Ipswich. by the Rev. W. O. Drane, Frederick Hinton of Ipswich, to Harriet Garlick, daughter of Mr. Charles Gale, of Glastonbury, England. 330 On the 19th instant, at St. Mary's Church, Ipswich, by the Rev. William McGinty, Mr. Franks to Johanna ?after only daughter of Mrs Margaret O'Loughlin of North Ipswich. 333
(From the Courier.) SUPREME COURT.—MONDAY SITTINGS IN TERM. (Before his Honor Mr. Justice Lutwyche.) REAL PROPERTY ACT. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 28 February 1862
(Prom the Courfer), BUPREME COURT.-MoaT ' on SITTINeS ir TETaM. , '. (Before his Honor Mr. Justice Lu.twy ,s e . REAL PBorrBTu ACT. '... . Mr. Brams~ton, as Master of Titlre, riutilhis _Hondr' opinion on a special case under 6Slecteon of Real Property Act of 18tl. By that section it ened that the fRegister shall not bring auy land under e Act agaiust whiich a judgment has been entered. It apel . however, that all judgments in this colony Bare nte&" up »gainat the pertson, and not against property. IiTtsa question now eubmitted was-whether, in the eveab? ;a, judgement being enterred against the proprietor o.land the Registrar would be jtstlifed inrefosiegeto bri' the land under the Real Property s-orthetbertheibove. mentioned aetieon should Je-inopeTtife. , . His Honor said the point rtI.oae of eol?ne neety and that be would deliver a writte ~jedgcmeon upoa it. Toasor, FastAr5.'. -i jllefore hisaionor Mr. Jnatine Loatsyaj t 1jBM1S8BO5 OF ATTOREi s. - The admislaou of J. F. Ga...
BRISBANE. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 28 February 1862
BRISBANE. (Freauthe Guardian.) We regretto state that the fears entertained that the late ac?i?ent to the lev. Mr. Creyke would deprive 1irm ofthetsight ofone of hies eyes, hlre been vri8fed. In. other respects hae has nearly recovered his health, and is able to take tarriage etlretse.' A prospectus is in cctlration of a !' Qeenaland Paunchl," the first number to be published in Brisbane on the 15th Matrc-h, and to be tontinued every alteirite Saturdey. The address, under the signatoe of Mr. Gerald Gr:flin. as editor, states that the object of tha intended periodical is e to drag down giant abuses--t bring help to the helpless, and. renenbr?vn to the forgotten." .We trust that the enterprminig pri ject?r will be suessaful in htl task, and that hisnliboas' will be the source of profit to himself and of -benat to s-ociety. . . ? . .:-??: WOe etatad on the 15th instant that Shapland wpwa sentenced to death at the Toonromba ,aitesi a murder of Mr. Brown; a piublic-st the'Matis.tr would ...
NOTICES OF MOTION. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 28 February 1862
'NOTES Or MOOTIOn. By Alderman Murphy- That committee be appointed to enquire into and report noon the statement made by Mr. Pettigrew, late an alderman of this Couneil, as regards the carting of the earth excavated in Mortimer-street, and referenesa made to the late Mayor in that statement By Alderman Cribb That the plass bent in for the erection of a Town Hall be referred to acommittee, consistiong of the Mayer, Alderman Murphy, and the mover, to report to the Counoil what steps they recommend to be taken. 2. That the Legislative Committee be requested to frame bye laws to regulate the deasturaing of stock on the land set apart for a town commonage. 8. That the Town-Clerk be insteructed to furnish tHis Couneil with an account of the amount of the rates unpaid up to the present date. 4. Thate tenders be called for froeh parties willing to 811 the oieo olf Rte-Collector, Inspector of Nluisances, and Corporation Bailiff; the whole of the duties to be performed for thie one salary. 5....
IPSWICH MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 28 February 1862
IP8 .1 i Mtl ,fUNICIPAL OUNCaL. The usual weekly meeting took place on Wednesday, at four o'elock. Present-tle Maover, Aldermen Cribb, O'Malley, Watkins, Thorn, Clune, Bianley, 'and Murphy. The minules of the previous omeeting a$ the Over. seer's weekly report were read. • The Town Clerk also read -atter from the Overseesr to the Improvement Coismittee, respecting the gravelling of Thorn·-street, as fo)lows: -. ' To the Imalirovemeot Committee. " Ipswiebl4 26th February, 1862. " Gentlemen.-I-beg to ologsour attention to Thorn street; thegravel having disappearsd below the stones, teamsa- travelling on the street cannot be kept it tihe centre, consequently the sides are being cut up by the drays and will soon be entirely displaced. Permission is requested to re-gravel said street. S"lam, den, "Jao. CanoN:'." BJ?GO To 0.ON51OT .IOfT AtoD sOUTH IPBWICe. A letter was read from the U?pder-Secretary, saying tbhat the letter of the Counel with regard to the bridge will be taken into consid...
IMPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 28 February 1862
IMPORTS. Kembkl : I bale, 12 asea irmnaiev?, B . Aland; I keg ink, Byers; 18 bags potatoes, Brown: 1 hogshead brandy, Bland; 82 bags sugar, Berkman; 12 bales rope, 2 nests tubs, 2 kegs paint, 2 trunks boots, 1 bale, 2 eases Maruaparills, 10 boxes pegs, Cribb and Foote j 12 cases paint, Dougherty; 8 bundles, 1 case, Gorry; 6 chests tea, 2 lases pickles, 2 dees jams, 1 bag rice, 1 truss, VTe GSray and Co.; 1 case, R. Handonek ; 2 boxes soap, IL. Hughes; 6 druns odil, 8 boxes glasas, 2 packages, Harle and Dalton1 4 trunks, I box boots, Hooper; 2 trunks,4 bales woolpacks, 10 eases ale, S trunks boots, I bale leather, 2 cases paperhangings, Has selland Go.; 1 ease harness, Hiekey; 1 bale, l compass, 8 onrs, 2 boxes, 2 paekages, A B. Jones -20 bags pots toes, S bags onions, Johnton ; 5 oases, 1 package, T. K. Jones; S casks, Kennedy; 2 cases, Kilner; 1 keg hard ware, Leeds; I ease drapery 2 cases glass,l.ease oil stores, Lavers and Co.; 1 pianos, 1 harmonium,.Maon; S ases old tomn, S ease...
IMPOUNDED AT WARWICK. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 28 February 1862
SIMPOUNDED AT WARWICK~, From Eosenthl.a by, order of J. W. Buealaed, Eq. r damages and driving expenses, WI 6d..perhead. .One bay mate, black pointe, like .- over A cff-shoul der, like MDaearahoulder. . Bleok maore,spubrandier-.houlder. PP of-shouldesr Bay illy, like 0 over d ofe-shouldpr.hind foot ahite 'Bay'tuos liike. over A of-slsouder, spmr near -houlder,bl ee poiota, aid smill ear. Oh~ssiut ha . '4 oF-neF.ecllike T near abolder, thre white'f .. " - . -,oa, iateabolit, neirand viaible. If not teleald on ot. before tbe,8t Magebwillbe. -old.
EXPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 28 February 1862
EXPORTS. BSamoa: 108 bides, W. Gray and Co.; 3d casks tallow, G. H. Wilson and Co. Kembla s 82 bales wool, 20 bales wool, j.C. White ; 8 bundles skins, Hasell and Co;l 10 oa.tarmns, Wilson; 9 tins preserved potatoes, 1 oase,. Perry Brothers; 18 cases 1 casks fruit Sk'ring; S oaks 2 cases fruitl Brown m 9 oases fruit Unmack ; 6 eases froit, Ballard; 1 case ohees, Davis; 1 case fruit, Denny ; cases fruit, Bauloocks 2 nsks l ase fruit, 3Clark; 88 bunches banso nas,-S cases pines, Hookinugs; 1 parcel, Millar; 1 case * rit,ilegrr. *ebeeoca?: 40 toes coals,.e eases plants. The emblalefty8drs y Heads at7 o'clock on Friday arevsig and arrivodat the barstf 4Ol'doP. pp Monday arO~pi-. -.~ A rumour le current to the effect that ani;tnennt is in eontemplation by the Government to despetch the' 9pitflre in earch of the passengers anti crew of tia Firefly, and, if pouible, to asoertain the fate of the tar rteamer ?V?itore. Whether this be true ornotthereon be noloubt thit some prompt measurechoul...