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THE TELEGRAPH. [Newspaper Article] — Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 16 April 1861
TTas Teraeak.OBs:-- WeS e av e > dlt'L formed thathe -tlegrapb MilAe', as $spt4 far as Benloenopd, -whieia. e miles from Tentirfeld a o l:fa speed with whieh the wor etlw we1 look forward to einoy direci t mnnication vith the 'metropolis i four or ave weeks, and ellse1aqalte to present our readers withtelegr all parts of the colehy, and alsd o 'i . Beans of NEW Eiwdiax -lTbi aants our toads asre pr eiaielc Zt '*i "a the (Governnet knows. aaol the geogrepbjof the colony beyoi! much as sey sider the .aiin stop at th la In plbce main line of rs ivbhichpat tt Glen Inues. sand Tenterfield;ndfo with the'Qu~ensland miain lin have taken it' into their Wieeeelie line froin Armirale to Tente have thlrefore. panted ithe'n -n per mile, instead of £50, pia roads are entitled to. Itrwoiil e' part of tie Government ~l u all, for in pla? of confealerig the means of caning a v traffm throughouthedii sense mu t admit t_~ ieeis n j ad this colony, unlewss a;nE' ` once granted,:i would :he.tri i etl...
DISCOVERY OF A NEW GOLD FIELD ON THE CLARENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 16 April 1861
DISCOVERY OF A N ]XJLk.UQNTI OLARIOE.- . Tea small but rich gold-field disovered some two yenrs since, on the verge of the dense cedar scramb that covers, as with a.pall, the table-land on whith the Millera Creek has its source, was always believed by practical miners to bb but the outskirts of an extensive tract of suriferous country; and :so w on. fident were they of this fact, that manyparties were formed with the view of exploring these untrodden wilds. Most of the adventurers, after futile attempts to penetrate the living wall of vegetation that appeared to be intermainable, returned 'to daylight with their clothes in rags, and utterly exhausted. These men told of gold everywhere, but noewhere in sufficient quantities to induce them to eoter. the scrub a second time. They had .had epeog4l of it, The prevailing opinion was that they became sie bewildered, and so much occupied in lsktig thteir :, way either in or out, that the object of theirjohiey was forgotten. Some.more ventur...
DIARY. MEMORANDA TO NEXT PUBLICATION. [Newspaper Article] — Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 16 April 1861
DI A R'Y. ??tIORRAD'A To x?E l PTl IATr.o?. ApnzI. . | Sun UlhgbW?terwBar S Riss. 'gets. M orn. After. I , T1UESDAT ...... 21 6 88 .2J8 I 3 0 17 I VrnsesDA ... 6 11 5 37 1 8 22 1 40 Is I TasusnsY ..... .?S I 5 36 I 41 4 28 19 IFoIuD ........ 86 u 12 "6 35 I 110I 6r12 20 1 SATURDAY .... " 6 283 5 4 534I 6 88 21 SsDLT ...... .484. ' 88 .20 I 14 22.? Mo?oAr. .......I ,e 4 .I . 32 jS I x65 The difference in time between high. weter at the Oar and Delshbaneu I hour'45 mlnutes, anoIiwtch'5 hours 50.?inUt.ee, .. hiFh dilr'enncemutpAddLd to t)le~tmse.othh water.m?cehe tar. The easterly Winds on'theiaas als he 54y, nd the Deihee in ,tehriver, often cause variation iO rm our tIble, but these are ,merely accidenti; and governed by no known law. . £hose Subspribere.o the Ips?olh Harald D o do not receive their papt s . reglay, wouola confer 'a favour on the Mao ,y oby n ae l informing him of the Ce6 " . .. . ? -' . -
GRAFTON. [Newspaper Article] — Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 16 April 1861
GRaFTON.-PROPOSED iTAxrW pWiel--The 0. and B. Enxamifl t: e i : t' meeting of the Grafttdimprveent held on thie 2tst ultt1, p-r noe bris htforwelt a motion to requet'i 'e Gvernmenioto eontr a trimway 'between (Ginona ril, thr wise the H eirE ii9a trh woiMn 1iedc;iri Moretdsy ia The eubje t e4 eY t 'Ui two patties werea ide~ cti hiiii
Commercial. [Newspaper Article] — Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 16 April 1861
MR. COGOKBURN reports. the sale of 5000 wLthers,.at 9& per head; and of 100 head of cattle, ast Ss. per head. Hides, at' 8s., and tallow, at 82b. per cwt. " -,. lhe following produce has been reeivesd? Aý'she stores of Me?ers. G. H. Wilson and ."0:"o. ý6 Bastk 'tallow- h bles sheepesl , TW & ? .. 6.8 ides, "GBr. At the stoers of Meesara. W. Gray and af e.-B balesa woOL Lbur. Welltowl. Fw
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 16 April 1861
SALES BY AUCTION .A DI1AY AND TEAM OF THREE HORSES, WITH HIARESS COMPLETE. HT COCKBURN has received instructions i to Soill by Public Auction, at his Rooms, Nicholas-strect, THIS DAY, (Tuesday,) the 12th instant, at 12 o'clock precisely, A DRAY, THREE DRAUGHT HORSES, AND HIARNESS, &c., COMPLETE. Terms, cash., 102 25 TO 30 HEAIV OF _ HORSES. To be Sold by Public Aiction. N CLOCgKBIURN. -as received instuctlons , fr:m A. W. Compign?e, Esq., to Sell by Public -Actioi, at the Sale Yards, adjoining the North AiistralianClub, JOn WEDNESDAY, thd 17th Inst. At 11 o'clok precisely, - Proim 28o 30S HEAD OF HORSES, Prom;his well-known and extensive stud at jindoo?tiHab, Albeit River. Tecteshoies as e all a superior Int, and amongst t--ep a e'veral first-rate hacks, both broken and S. :-' . ermns,cosb. . 1. 354 IFTY iiHAIF-CHESTS TEA. 3n. COCEBUJrN has reveid instructions I to Sell by Public Auction,at his Rooms, holas.treet, On,FRIDAY, the 19th inst., 1t ll'clock .recisely, eFIFTY U&am...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 16 April 1861
T.ERH M : stIsctPotnii.--The amount of eubstfiliion "to the tprvtleh Vqerad Il Eight Shillings and Sixpenee per qmrter. -The i uartern tefmtnate on the 30th September, 1ist December, list March, &idl'30t liune,.»t hbell perlods .nlU.??ilubsrlben Sd,d.line, by gilvln notice, and paying hie. imount due totheend -of tihe cueent quarter. .Single opies, Sxpencs:.. .. . . . AvnERTEsnlZINTe re -lalrted aeoirdlng.to 'the followlng cae.d:-. Twollnel...... ..... ..... 0 Four lines ...... ............ . . .. Sinlines e .. . .....1 S EIRltlinel . ..... .......; S 0 'Every adidltlinl-telght lnei .... 0 'The following Dusconmr i allowed on allv'dwertt-nmelt aOn lTnud- . " 'Par six Insertlions M ere-t. FTor I reei...... sltto. - . "Fr 26weeks ...... . IS3tdito; . 'F Tor62weelu .... .O¢lt€o,'' : .All dveartsements 'must speeiy.ontPoe fie of' ?emn the umberoftimes they areto'be Ineetedr, or they -iltS.e con-, Buea till coudternunded, 'and-chrgid,-ctorttho y. Irden s't-hrthdravni we -ilteratl...
IMPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 16 April 1861
'C aro~rc'e: dzbyoivM: rdianiagvId eoop iurkeuoi l coop imum, a eos Jfawl,; salev package svll~us sa 4boxes, A. "orr,ýpto O'COllnglL: Ysrnust : 4 boxes plas I bairn, 9 ace galvanlsa4$oon ' kugs ti1ctage ptong'Ii -f skau.IJgheasds-holaw .. vsb--ý h - a case, a -1,1gp! ld 4 pluCcm, wp ovens, 70 slueet. KffVItPvV4Iselpflong f0,ý Mor 0 oelooko, oryoirr 1 post42a rw-i ar1lo 1 reelver.I cask, I mttled garkge, Perry Brothers e0 cues, 3 bale', 6 trunks. cases vslagar, 4 casks brrley, 2 cases arrow rot, 0 ases 1 atslc, 20 oases aC d 0. bogsheads brandy, 4 casks and 4 quarcer.cesks.wile, 6 hogsheads wine, I ble palper, I."e verdcelll, 2 oases, C. itwlon and Co.; 1 hogilseads beer, I ease, I bag rle,'e0 cass brandy. 5 hogheadds le, N. Bateyl ,4 casks chain, I bundie rnte hndles and rake heads, 6 cask, 8 cases, 4 bundles iron pots, 15 kegs nails, I easeplickL, ,9lbo steel, I cue. W. and B. ?rookes ; bogshead hoiltow?le, I. case cots, I bundle, I hogshead, 0 casks,. I cue, 2 boles eclr fibre, ke...
Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 16 April 1861
hb(pptutg FnttWgeauc.: -A ben. ornce,. steamy. or, tiptole Cotlr. from tbh vornsrra Potts hioengerr.The icon. Captain. O OonneU an trn.o'OCooaoaeltunttooyaet, DItu 9ottiyý r ttl7r. P. Aadedroo, -Ciopal. Mo,,.oett, horn. B li.ia;. Cttlti:rO .Cltitammooo, Webbe, ''eo~lligott )orDoaoM, a tihirteen t the oteemae. April I6-.Tura Yarn, tl *oor, goo" Captain Bell, from n. Wn umMn. Craword; M u. I edep Ifljg. Ievell. Miss .Alhab "xlll) tIWH ,' .A . !E-e) b * - I. U. Wbhtebead,C.*intmorer.G O. Moo ,.Crod, W. wood, 'V. kitUltoee, A. Cameroe, Nefoil, , hiuelunae, A. lery, trhA RaBaQ I8.: bete, T., U. ;le n.O tblly two Ilathe deom : 7
FROM BODUMBA. [Newspaper Article] — Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 16 April 1861
Fnol' Booplmc. Byrder of Ral1p Goe , Esgo on te :8th` intiant Damages'and driving expenses, ?s. 6Ed per head : Strawberry cow. WC over B off ramp, oar marked Light strawberiry bolock G'in square near raimp, HD conjoined off back Red cow, G in square near, rmp, ;6 near shoulder, piece of'ear. Strairbery bow,,IY owerO of rump,andthigh T off ribs Red poley cGw, L neatn amnp,TDl of ramp,'Y off rib ; Ied poley eow. 6 earw romp, illegible brand on riba Red cow, 1 Y over O off rmp and thigh White bullock, GM near rump, piece out of ear Strawberryheifer, MO of neck. . Red cow, bald fae, G in aqaare near romp, ear marked Red e4w, Gin aqare near rump, nearu shoulder Brown codw, G sn are hear ramp, neat ahbuldder Brown cowr, i near loins - White cow, D rD'near ribs, GE' wear back, I near ramp - Red-flWtT otp*4 Meir-ramp, Goff rseamp .Ye- ow' id ,earnne . Cne, ,,(.g?,s dewlap If the above4 tient? eattlere not duly rleaed on or before the let slotf May, 1861, they wall be. old to defray expene? ...
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.] COOLIES. To the Editor of the Ipswich Herald. [Newspaper Article] — Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 16 April 1861
Eriginal EorreppoIaenere. I While our columns oill be always open to the insertion of correspondence on subjects of local and general interest, we do not, by any means, hold ourselves responsile for the sentiments that may be ezpressed.] COOLTES. - To the Editor of the Ipiic Herald. Ste,-In looking over the Norih Adutralian of Tuesday 'last I saw a letter 'signed "Caustic," in which it was stated that the introduction of Coolies into Queensland would be'themeans of raising the wages of the wo king white mun;ifistced of laowevin them. Now, in answer to' Caustic," and I may also mclude the late Editor of thebNorih Alutralian, ' Hurray Prior" 'A Progress," the Editor of the Guardian, and the whole pack of humbugl who have been trying tL deceive the working claases for some time back, falsifying the Iruth, and trying to gain them over, and luri g them to their own rain by the most infamous and coaLtnptible untruths that ever the devil or old .Cro'e, " Caati" invented, I will pay in plai...
MONDAY, 15th APRIL. [Newspaper Article] — Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 16 April 1861
MONDAY, 1th, A~PL . J. Encleeton, out on bail on a oharp of being drunk and disorderly did not appea, and his bail (82) was forfeited. :: B. Dawson and W. ost were arged, the former -ith robbing itken and the latter with aiding. and abettnig. The' wif .of the proseoutor stpted, however, that she authorided Daisson to abstraot the money frtm her husband's pocket, for safety, Case remaded for further evidenoe, defendant, bound over in their own reoognissano to appear when cal'el on. RosTaR ?on APRa..-18, G. Paieoib. and do Lany Mol 19t , J. Jieming and W. L*mb.a 28, G. 1H Wilson and F. North; 26, B. *. JSmith andT. Rowlands; 80, J. Fleming and H. Chillinor. ANUAL. LICE?slaN. MEETING. - Tueday, 19th April, 1851, a! n on.
LAND SALE AT THE POLICE OFFICE IPSWICH. ON MONDAY, THE 15TH DAY OF APRIL, 1861. SUBURBAN ALLOTMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 16 April 1861
LAND SALE AT THE POLCAUe OFFICE IPSWICH. O- MONDso, TEa 15TH DAY OP -APEra, 1861. OreCUBBAN AI.OTMENU , d ýý+4+ Zm dcce Purobaser. A. , P- "- s. d. 1 257 .. S 171 / 5 0 0 C. Gory. 2 258 ... 18 2 7712 0 P. Dwyer. 8 29 ... 18 127 7 10 0 W.Oribrb. 4 260 .. 9 0 0 1i 6 0 C. Collins. 5 26i 8 2 0 10 1 0 Ditto. 6262 7.. . 0 10 0 0 W. Wt?qina, 7 203 ... 0 0 10 020 O .MWonmelc 8 26 . 7 s 12 6 0 G. H. Wilson. 9265 9 83 27 10 0 0 Johne -ttigrpw. S0a... A t 3 to o0 00 Dt. 11 267... 9. 0 10 0 0 Ditto. 268 ... 8 10 5 0 .T. Saem .13 2 .. 5 0 .10r10. 0 "Ditto 14 270 ... 2 0 0 "O .0 Ditio. 15 271:. 6 0 0 20 ) 0 Thoe;' Kmpson. S27... 5 0 10 0 6 W.; Walt.' -. COUTRY o1TS. - 17 .278 ... 37 3.3 10 15 0 W. Watdins. 18 274 ... 17 8 16 1015 0 ( .H Wilson. 19 :2? ... 17 3 16 7.16 0 Ditto. 20 289 ..: 18 S 0 8 4 0 .0 C. Foote. 21 .901 ... 12 0 0 9 13 B. 8ribh, 22 291 -.,. 5 0 0 1. 1 0 -itt?-' . 23 292... ' 0 1 0 -Ditto. 298 :: . . 4) -o O Dittc, 25 29 . 50 0 10' 1t Ditto. 26 29 . 5 0 0 I' 1 0 P. O'Sullirw: 28 ...
To the Editor of the Ipswich Herald. [Newspaper Article] — Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 16 April 1861
* 6 the Edier ofau Ilpreit Hearld. Datn Ma. EoDIrO?-TWill you do mee the favour to Sod pace, in your' columns for the following truthful re?erkbs which have formed the topio of ronversation for several dapa past amongst.an assemblage of squdt tre and gentlemen, who herajust renson fotcomplait- I refer.,o the shocking state of the roads between Ipswiho and Tooeoombs. One Ivishes to be charitable and to make everyallowance for diroumstancey but I would ask who can rile--say even ten miles fom Ipswich-in that direction iitoit rear?sing - the dan gerons and .disgusaing wanner in which some-pacto of: the road 'are snow left It wool ,hare been better fe if thse partsso left had 'nevr been'touehed; it is only by mtre chance -that a persns can ride here withote breaking his horses' lege and n iangering his own life.. It appears that ttees are lad erosswise and fal tb pleepers, these trees being so far apart as nicely to allow a horee's hoof to-be entrapped b.teen, and epostlikely his leg br...
No Title [Newspaper Article] — Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 16 April 1861
,?cae our last issue. an everit has taken place the importance of whichas .regadse this colony. pin hardly be over-estimiited.: We allude'to the ',ipmlietioi. of tho first link of that electric ?ominrýnato[i'?p M lic, io.' the course of time,. ..... .. · will connect not only towns and neighbouring colonies, but will also form a chain binding Queensland to Great Britain and the remotest regions of the Antipodes. The communication having previously been ascertained to be per 'ief, on Saturday morning the following mel sage was flashed along the wires, in which the Government complimented the people of Ipswich on the successful completion of the adnertaking: "18th April, 1801, "Meisage for C. 0. Gray, Eq., PM. " The Govermot in Council cong atultes the People ou IpswiQh on the establishment of 'deraphic Commu. .ication between the two chief towns ofQuaeesland." The reply made by our Police Magistrate was tas follows: "The People of Ipswich feel much obliged by the. communication from ...
IPSWICH POLICE COURT. FRIDAY, 12th APRIL. [Newspaper Article] — Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 16 April 1861
IESWIGO PFOLICE COGUT. FeuRir; 12th Ariu.., B6oxathe Police Magistrate, and r. Luoa, J. P. S. Robects was fined is. aor being drank nd dis. orderly. - . . John DUffl y mmonea8 . Balllie for wagea uderthe Mastes nd Servants Act. It caae oat ii te.eridence of the complanant that he had already sued forthre same amount in the Small Debts Court and theease as settled by the porties. Casefismissed. H. Mceary v. . Aikin. A dain tot wges, as a bullook'driver, unde the Masteri and- Servanta 3at. Verdict fer plaintiff?,? 16s. ana e k 66, d. osts. C. E?desly was charged by .L rose with assaulting him by kicking and knooking him down. Fmind B aand ds 6. cos. . Tie same defendant uas also sentenSed to a similar fine'or assaulting Mr'CoCioesby trikingher with aboot. The prosecutrix hid presiously thrown aetone et defend ant in order to protect her hUsband from t'.e defeudant. D. Sullian peaded guilty to ssaulting J. Boberts. Fined £1 and 6e. ad. oost