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DARLING DOWNS. [Newspaper Article] — Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 12 April 1861

-3 - DARLING DOWNS. ' SDaasrox MeUxicIArL PeTnsrow.-Pnrsuant to adredasement,s~ 4 lico:meeting was .held ut the Solje;ge urt,Vlryto?n after the termination o 4e -Pollee Offce busine??ontriday list.. AD. . Brl gh ton, Esq., P.M, presided. and stated that he had received the petition for the incporatisn of Dray ton, with some obhmelicatios m the Govern me-it, which- he would read tothem? ~Fom the ocunui ta read, it appeared tattlde petition ias sent back for sevision and ertification of the signa-. toa s. 'The jetition _ to come -from electaesia, iewessj houideb v naeeh ten bos plders,ý obme saght ar pns tin the. boihondaities were suggestedin .-the aeport Trom jhi~.T?u eyor General, which was read. '4he; plan of ;boundaaie proposed by the Surveyor-Qeneal.was s.bmittelto the meeting, andowem liesain the bands of the (lerk of the Bench for inspe'eon. -OaO sa-revsiou of the. sigieatures to the petition, eighteen names were strucktoff. As will-be seen 'by-anadvertisement in anothir colum...

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Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVAL. [Newspaper Article] — Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 12 April 1861

1ijipptng 3ktrtý U enre Aprl R-aavsn, aeboo' Copbt n W.Lýrown. Tm Blydney. ,asseng?s-Mra. Ells ,mS chlldrmn, Mr. nd Mn. Murtn Bd cllrr7, J a e, od 8 Si the ateer5r.

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CHURCH OF ENGLAND ADJOURNED EASTER MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 12 April 1861

CHURCH OF ENGLAND ADJOUBNEDEASBTER MEETING. Tan meeting. of parishioners, which was adjousrned from Easter Tuesday, was held on Tuesday. There was a larger. attepdance than upon .tbhe previous occasion, and. the proeedinge were conducted much more har moniously. The Chairman, the ev. L H. lmare?s, read a ,copy of a letter, which-be bad sent to the Bishop of Brisbane, apprising him. f the resolutions pased'at' the previous meeting; and also'tnh Bishop's reply, in which he ex pressed his intenotieif waiving for that occasion the right he had auplosed that he possessed to nominate' a Ohurchwaren in hi capacity as a Trusted--but without any prejudice to his exercising that right for t'he future. The Chairmah then called aipon Mr. Gill; who had moved the adjournment, to address the meeting., -. Mr. 9{t was much pleased to And that his anticipa tions had.been fulfilled, and that his Lordship was dis posed o concede the point. He wotld now )eg to more that Mr. Pantoi be aspointed Churchwar...

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AUSTRALIAN WESLEYAN MISSION. [Newspaper Article] — Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 12 April 1861

A'tSTiRALIAN WESLEYAN MeISSbION. Tes anniversary .ervices, in coroneto " ,wlth the e above Society, were beld i" Ipswich n Sunlday and Monday last. Sermoies. w e pfad oed ou Suntay by the Bev. .Msse.Danean8a ee? -' O'. Mohda~_. evehing the publiM neetitjg wag .,1iel; B:. Kiibb, Esq., to the chair. iht pietingras larg, aindthe deepest interest was mp~hifeated in therceedings. The OraraB N Called eloqMr. Aland to read the report, from which we etract'the following:~ "l ie inmeeft hs cetialua n WelesyacMissioniary ?ociete for, the past year has boeu 00. ie.a. 2d.; -asdthe erpeudite, £14,896 8 a" 5dl. ' The deflcleno, which will.have to be granted by the Parent Society, es £4,570 19 4: d; The numbero f the chapels is 540; other preaching places, :68; minieters and preachers pn trial, 30; catechist; 244; dayechool teohers, hot inoluding Fagee, 858-. S??asy eeo teaceheri, ' h ,0? ' Ihosl preachera, 1,217; esiuac on' reuern fopr Fegee, 1,0404 fall and aoeedltdl it?sit .members, 20,880; on ...

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IPSWICH POLICE COURT. WEDNESDAY, APRIL 10. [Newspaper Article] — Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 12 April 1861

ZP8WIOH POLICE VOURT. WEaDNas ., ArXIL TO. W. Beverley was 9neu 1 for prefane Swearing. M. Gill was zsd dt for beingde uanklicdisdeyrl. ROSTER FOR APRI.L-IS, I)r. Luou and B. Cribb; .16, G. Fairaloth- and T. de Lacy Moffatt: 19, J. Fleming end E. W. Lamb; i8 ,. G. . Wilsop and F. North; 26, R. J. Smith pnd T. Rowlands; 80, 5. Fleming and 11. Ohallinor. . ANNUAL Lotanst MZoETWG. -. T- oday, Ith April, 1861, at noon.

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Local and District News. [Newspaper Article] — Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 12 April 1861

Local wb ULedtritt Nttm:. WasK T* EaTVIeFr Pi rwBsW -xv TrawrIc Hos. Ps T -M-roP 6th to 11th April--No. of patients on !th utimo, 926; admittell, 1i discharged 2 .present Na., - -. Medical Olfaer far the ensuing weak, Dr. BLSipagIarq, CexIOmCAlaon wafr Breeasit.- Thetelepraph was tested yesterday afternoon, and com msnicaotion onnd:to be complete. Theline will be open to thepobleoan ,Martnr morning. - "Tae adu#or.--Tha 'Sehop of Brisbane has. siiag' his eitention of visitirg Ipswich this week, and will ofielete ,atBt. PsaPs Church on Sunda~ei nre r} osnmarsaw A.'?4rturnes re.-. The following spjihitmniG ave''been madecr-Mr.4ohnleCramp tobe Line Ispetoar and Steparer in the Department of Rlrhio Ttelgtaphpl M. TheThomesakhott to a bs,Seon Offesr of istomsat t Maryborough ; anaMe. Erederick Kilner to be'semonldOQloe of Customs at.Rockhampton. Meeuifl or TE IPSwRIC VOLruseentR Sia loxo? .-ThB ]Mayr being called upon to take the chair, invited the Secretary to state vie ebuesiness ethe m...

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Original Correspondence. [While our columns will be always open to the insertion of correspondence on subjects of local and general interest, we do not, by any means, hold ourselves responsible for the sentiments that may be expressed.] To the Editor of the Ipswich Herald. [Newspaper Article] — Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 12 April 1861

Grdinat Corrcponbtnte¢. tW: our ? tmns willt be %cways open to the. i?sertion of correspondence on subjects oflocdl nind general ierterest, toe do not, by' any means, hold ourseles responsible for Ike enetioments that may be etpresaed? ' j fe the editaer oqf the Ipeich Hera. DEaatIt,--In mycapaoityssqeoniu Colectmorn the Eastern and Southern Distric of thistown, amongmyany other,I met with one case of famdy-l4itresm which I think Iam.'"ntled to make %knwn to .the. benevolent' publio as a case diberving immediate attention,ponosiaous thatthereis one at leasut?bie commu~ity who?illlend a helpig hand. On visiting the south ditiitel ealle -ata roofes: delapidated hut. which I at 'abrt took fora?enaiatlese retreat. Tfottni spoo ill-la woman stnding befoie a a few smoiný etibe.S, and two chilrn--~one five yeas, and another Sixteen months 6dd, standing at iherfeet.) I 'asked herif she stayed here, -she replied yes; but that the late stormy'aeather la'ablowneiffthe'roof; thather husband had...

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IPSWICH MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 12 April 1861

IPSWICH MUNICIPAL COUNCIE. The nenal weekly meeting of the Council weas a eld on Thuredav afternoon. Piesent-The Mayor, and Alder. men O'Mialley, Watkins, Clunqe Gerry; and. John. ston. The minutes of the previous meeting were read and confirmed. Also the weekly report of the Overseer of Works. The MoYro then read a letter from Mt. ,Mapnig, in reply to a letter calling the atlo stion of theQo~emtrnen? to the neow ity of ereting a Post Ofee .and-house for the Postmiter j to the want ofBonded .Btore -16whioh bendddg? d~ iHight be eafely depoeited Ler homers ; the want of two Iron Pillar-Letter Receivers; and to the eubject of accommodation for prisoners to be employed on works in Ipswich. Mr. Manning's reply stated that the various subjectse were under consideration of the Executive.. The Mayor gave instructions to the Town Olerk to address another letter to the Colonial Secretary on the subject of putting £400 on the Estimates for the fencing-in of the Hospital, which was one of the ...

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DIARY. MEMORANDA TO NEXT PUBLICATION. [Newspaper Article] — Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 12 April 1861

...... ' . - 1gRM.;IUA 30 tro 1UD80030 ý" ',? sun 2 f.ba'e,. *týW tu2m3 " Rs.M. I Bet. l. I " NIaa f.. is .1 assm- a ....... 1 i I B 1 7? 17 i 11 8 16 1 2 rouutr ..... 1 -6 19 1 6 4 1 0 4 0?I?e 0 .14 I OuDAT ......... (I 20 l 10 0~1 o0 °, i 18 15 I .ount ......... 1 0 SB01 aS J 1 4i5o tS IS 1e 1 'DtsnD a.... 1 eI.. ( . 0.I 0i 8. 1 ' .0 17 I WuuauD~· t'.. 1 - 4 " s 87 I0.2 1( -18 1 Tamasoar ...... . d 2 I J?'- ( 1 8F' 8 Thoe d?ereoeia tIn ti n, wen nb1.lb utrer ot te'. lo und. BrwU e t11 hoaur10 mInutea andlpawlob 1 bhnro 96 p5lut?_, ohich dlffmnoeumwut>addod to the mne fhtgh r0eer?an tte 'lr. Theutrlu .oorthe....t the Bay.aBt?.?,q' u eida ? aheraver, oftencause a vaiUIon from oiur t-blebu threse a melyaccldcentaland goveoed bya oh?Ow law. MJom Subooiborn tot The. uagarh Heral. who do mot ant1843 " their 3sapga1,neOurly7 1wou i fr t fariur orn .the Xnulqimediately iiramin8g im - iAt them.sL _

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MAILS CLOSE. [Newspaper Article] — Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 12 April 1861

LAXLS GIBE. oa BazesaNU.-8p.m, daily. Fou DAYgrSoz Arm ?oOWOox `-'Tleuaaey, yI t. a.m.; and Friday, at 8 p.m. .' FoR *awoIc. - Wednesay, t .1.4l p.am.; and umay,atS prn.m

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 12 April 1861

Tnsa seemrs every probabilityl bat the Coolle qustion. will at :rat be' the, great 1io10et of debate. when Parliament meets. Thfa'is a question which concerns every one, 'and' o on' which every one has formed. an ophionbu, regarding it in the light either of iprincile or policy. The views entertained on the:ebhJc!t are various. Some perspns insist that Govern ment shall introduoe 'Colles at 'the public expense ;'. others q gp to the opjobite ntome, and dezlare' that it will be' the dqy of : 'R#4F.. ment to pass? a? law, prohibiting their' intro. ductlesn., Another cl44a i 4n m nake i- no alstinction between the Indian labourer and a4 other British subject, giving him the s:aqm privileges and affording him the same means. of. emigrating floms is native country; whilst the opinion of a fourth party is that the Legie lature are not called upon to interfere at all in the matter, beyond removing whatever legal difficulties may stand in the way of the employ ment of capital in the introdu...

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TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 12 April 1861

TO CG8R85PJNDENJW No nonce can be taken .f anonymou :,ommuni- 1 cations. Wteliver jaf interiae& d jfr ineertdon, uobe a authenatebedf t .name 4andradreU o the Lorierrn e oubotit o ighae a guarantee of hie We cannot tirdertaiee to rttrn rjeaed aoammfni-t cation.. P IDAY, APRIL 12, 1861.

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 12 April 1861

BIRTHS. On the 18th March, at the Sovereign Hotel, Toowoomba, the wife of Mr. John Dare, of a daughter. On the 28th March, at Bellair, Drayton,the wife of W. Arm- strong, Esq., M.D., of a son. On the 5th April, at Canal Creek, the wife of Mr. John Nason, of a son.       On the 8th April, at Waterstown, Mrs. T. De Lacy Moffatt, of a daughter. MARRIAGE. At Albert Cottage, Ebenezer Place, Brisbane, April 6th, by the Rev. B. G. Wilson, B.M., Mr. Thomas Slaughter, of North Bris- bane, to Miss Matilda Bale, third daughter of Mr. John Bale, builder, Fortitude Valley. DEATHS. On the 7th instant, John, the beloved son of William and Rebecca Wright, aged 11 months.   On the 9th instant, after a few hours illness, of inflammation of the throat, Charles Haynes, the infant son of C. H. Burke, Esq., Kangaroo Point, aged two months.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 12 April 1861

SALES BY AUCTION A DRAY AND TEAM OF THREE HORSES, WIT? HAIINCSS COMPLETE. l M. COCKBURN has received instructions , to Sell by Public Auction, at his Booms, Nicholas-street, On TUESDAY, the 16th instant, at 12 o'clock precisely, A DRAY, THREE DRAUGHT HORSES, AND HARNESS, &c.. COMPLETE. 'Terms, cash. 102 400 TO 1000 HEAL OF CATTLE. Terms-Approved Bills at 12 months and 18 months date. H M. COCKBURN. has reoeived. instructions . to Sell by.Private Contract, 400 to 0800 HEAD OF CATTLE, All in good condition and of equal Sexes. Deli rey ?g eon glven at once.. For firther particulars apply at the Auction-. looms, .Nicholas.tret. - 9040 4847 EWES, HOCGETS, &c. SL COCKBURN has received instrutions - to'sell by Privae Contract, viz: 2073 Ewes, 4 years and upwards; principally y. oung 900 Roggeta, 0 5months old,- eual ,ames -74 Weanem mixed .4347 in al,-more or less The sheep are good, lealthy, -ans souml, an d SOlivery wvill be given at Warwick. For further particulars apply...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 12 April 1861

3- 1s. zAtvltablqtaIz p.fstai anoun soeubecrlption to the fpeseh vedpd'e hc8bfh 8e 5,rpehce per n*OL tAte. ttenrmnnate ;mn}7th. oBth ept?samber, Slt D"ecpmlber, set KvrehIiib41Otb7uut mhich rods otap ee$ubdeibnr hy,gir?nr/nllo'e, n.d.Pa a:t.e msoe?n-;oeo to the end, the .current.quar., .,ngle copies, BSipen . .. .$ntmlIZUin ZI -.we Insted acrordlig t iba nfollwint A Two Ilnne ,. .. ...,. I dl " 1' dit.eo ..... . .:.'. ..yp"2 'Sn . ov .ptiSeia btSilny136dne o n rd .F . Oictylttoi nal 16 0. ' ' , followiungDocnmretslooerd en uildtertliementa eon lPols?Iee|ni1 ls j 'lao . . ForPweek....;.. 88§dtto.. t aeidrthhnolis* abto ipet Eons -ro tr. a qsn the. oftim ,es thc areltobe inserted, or they will be con- -o " v o+'dgtir or, .,"i,' sIoprp' . !'., : .-e.l', " . oeleet, noon,-on te day Ap?rv+Nstopblecit.on. Iptebehir fferdltdrtlldbd beetei .wl tiidtftsttds~nfl 8BANK OFA ao Ifre o o(Incorporatendby . oyal?. mrte?.... . SAt6 rnonths ,..,,+.,;., 3 p8er cent. At12 ditto.nta:..:......... 4 p rcn...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 16 April 1861

OYDNEY OPTHADMIC INSTITUTION, Sor the CURBE ,O DISEASE8 OF THE EYE. Patron-~Ir W. Denison; : PresidenLSlr A. EtBphe,* , uieo-ri O-D.. eniasLJe;-" "" . ' , Apply;?froqin?tbo?, to ?',?orrbbsO.TCW.?,' Sydney, .. - 1: . : 1 4-22.-4. 79 ,OEARGB B TBBET 80 UJlG~TT. f SYDNEY. ,272 ENERAL PRODUCE 8TOBES; 239,. Pitt. ' ttreet. Sydney, near the Theatre.-The under-. signed begto return thanks for the very kind support they hav troeived during the many years they have acted as General Brokers and Commission Agents inSydney;' andhavinglarge and. conmodious stores centrally situated, are still in s position and happy to receive an kinds of colonial produce foireale, and ' trust, by speedy disposal of consignments and renderingf.accouit saales, to meet with the same hare of patronage as hitherto received. Always ON SALE, the following approved kinds of Agricultural Seeds, &c... all quite fresh, and .u arapteed to grow . .ceme seed, French or coloni~l ' White Dutch clover, perennial.; red c...

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VARIETIES. [Newspaper Article] — Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 16 April 1861

VARIETIES. low sco? MONEY TH 'rEa rI TN THE CoUITITY. It appears, from an.. Prticle in the Mechanics' Ngaeiuc, that singe the year 1816 uptp.thepresent time there hate beas Issued from the Britlsh Mint 16,119 double ;rovereignse (loing since .'obsolete), 136,071,895 sovereigns. and. ,26,092,908 half sovereigns. By far the greater, proportion of, the. last two. denomlnations bTf coin have been .issued during ,the .reign of . her present. Ma jesty, the years 1853. and 1856. being ,prtieular)y.prolific. In the irst no less than £11,9?2,391 in 'sovereigns and half.aovereipns were pressed ioto, being,.and in the second (lG5) nearly £10,000,000 issued from the Mint in the ships of gold colns. rt is estimated tht .the ilune of gold pieces now circulatting amongpher Majesty's subjects in Great Britain and Ireland mounts' to at least £100,00000, or an average to each- inhtbitant, young and old, of £3 s. d, .Of the silver coinage. it:results from official documents that ,there, are in circula...

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LIST OF AGENTS. TOWN. [Newspaper Article] — Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 16 April 1861

LIST OF AGENTS. Town. Brisbane??treet ......... Mr. Whith? ed; bookeler Li~ate l wieh. .:....... "3r.'Johneton,?storekeeper CoumrTY. -Sydney (George-streret) Mr. A.'Lewiis IBrisbane (Queen-street) Mr. J. GooDwyn, stsmioer Mr. T. Dowse ;Fortiide'alley ........: Mr. G. Smith, chemist :.Kangar Point ......... Mr. Qiinn SWarwick................... Mr. Kingford, torekeeper Canal Creak .,......... .Mr. P. Liddy, storekeeper Toowa ba ............... 'Mr. Bennett,.storekepper, tRoekhampton ............ Mr. L. Sadlel 'alandoo ... .......... Mr. W. Elliott. :South Brisbane ..., Mr. Peterson, storekeeper :Toolom Diggings ...... Meusrs. Betts, Dryedale, ,and Cameron, storekeepers.. 'Dra4ytn ................ M'r. J. Smith;, . (Harvey .and Smith'e)

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SYDNEY. Sydney, April 9th, 1861. [Newspaper Article] — Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 16 April 1861

SIYDNEV. (orlO OUR Own cInESPONDErBNT. Byney, April 9th, 1881. JrDorIN frpom the tone of the Queensland papers, the old .aphorism, "nothing like leather," bids fair to be eclipsed by the more popular cry of " nothing. like cotton.'" "Time changes oal things," said one . af the old L?tin writers, who himself has undergone 1hauhangeto which all flesh is heir to, and whose ase?ains hbae' long since mingled with the dust of Rome.. But, and if, that noble personage could be seised -upTtom the sleep of death. by ode of the spiritualistsof this age, howhe would marvel at the proof whiechhis own native city evidenced of the tratnh?lness of his very sententious remark. The toallmthe aqueducts, the marble palaces of the falsa?s, crmbling or crumbled into decay. Her Tarnm rio.longer edloing the eloquence of orators whose ?ames outlive the building in which they pleadedd ·Rome, with all her .grandeur and lier worldlhilte fame, is not proof against-the ravages of T?me, thtetroyer. Oninen, asoell...

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ARRIVAL AND CLOSING OF THE MAILS. MAILS ARRIVE. [Newspaper Article] — Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 16 April 1861

ARRIVAL AND 'LOSING.OF'THE MAILS. MAILS ARRIVE. F-ýaox'BRI?BANE.-Daily at7 :m. F'aox DRaYTow, ToowoouBA, :?AN WAwtO?L S.Sunday,8 p.m.; sad'Thurmday,4 p.m.

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