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SYDNEY. Sydney, April 23rd, 1861. [Newspaper Article] — Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 30 April 1861

SYDNEY. [oP t oU owN CORRSPOoDENret. Sydney, April 23rd, 1881. i have already informed you that the Now Zea land war is over-that the Commander had returned to Melbourne and been feted. The following is the latest intelligence we have: The negotiations with the chiefs for peace proceed satisfaetorily. We give unoerneath the teims of submission effered byhlis Excellency thle Governor to the ?Vaitera insur gents: Hiapurona and Ngatiawa.-For twelve months you 'have been carrying arms against her Majesty the Queen ?and the authority of the law ; you have now laid down lyour arms, and expressea your desire for peace. Believing youn to be sincere, I have come from Auckland for the purpose of stating the terms upon which it will be granted and upon which herMajesty's gracious pardon will be extended to you. They are as follows- 1. The investigation of the title, and the survey of the land at Waitoamr to bacontinued and completed without interruption. 2. Every man to be permitted to state h...

Publication Title: Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser
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Original Poetry. DAWN. WRITTEN IN ILLNESS. [Newspaper Article] — Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 30 April 1861

triamial Settry. DAWI*. Waerrre Iw ILLsESA. I love the bright, the noon tide sun: and will I love thoe softer hour tht his r m t- These blessingo all can feel til few eantel The Joy that ilsr the heart bor loIe eppreel, When the' the csetment In one clearing ray sringo the long-nighed for light ofd rewning d.y. Awl thou I'ee nigh.d for the- theo eew:nX datn, The' the long, tedious wathes of the night: At length thou dent appear, tand pned and worn I hall thee almtnit withe much delight, At iron angel on thy winga had come To take me with him to his own bright home. it'ltu toti'rt come. bol adoi thot bring That ease for whlch I'e sighed iolong in wait, Which hone has alt night been whlspering. Would lull me to forget the present pati. Ohi disappoint me noi. nor let me find That thou hauttledthy heavenly Jor behdnil Pain In a bad ehronometer: bnw long- How erey long hare seemed thone hoan'to me t Which thnunandn to whom health and ease beloun Have pened in slumbers undloturbe d and fe...

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COLONIAL EXTRACTS. [Newspaper Article] — Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 30 April 1861

COLONIAL EXTRACTS. RACING.-The horses for the various races at the Randwick meeting of nert week naturally claim attention. Numerically, the entrances for the different races are above the average, though -most of the animals engaged are only of mediocre pretensions. The weights for -the three handicap races are generally looked upon as satisfactory. In the neihbourhood of 'andwick many of the horses are stalled, including Mr. Gorrick's, Mr. McKellar's, and Mr. Doe estrd's, while Mr. Tait's occupy their usual quarters, near the Boundary Stone Inn, Surry Hills. The Melbourne pair are at Neich's, at Burwood. The request from horse owners, to be allowed a gallop on the Randwick course,hascaoused a little excitement among the membersof the Jockey Club Committee, who are pretty easily divided in opinion. It is said by some that the .running ground, or portion next the rails could be so protected that little or no injury would accrue to it; and that couch grass improves rather than deteri...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 30 April 1861

TJE 8M,: SB c a15sroo.--'The amount of Iubseriptibu to tbe I7?rec A aerald ts Eaght ahrllinal a BLipene per quarter. T?i 0cale:- a. d. Wuheto wimlnate on the .sh o 0tlmbert'imet clober,, Bier March, end S0th June, st whichi perloda onl? can lub?'iber" e :linet %ly g ng otlee, and paying he amiount due to the nd ol£thecurt'cu qlurorP rlngle eeplaleSxpnee ourlns ............ .... 0 Forllnle. .... . 0 Eoghtlitut . . ' ?s Ereryodditi~onlelgbl lz-. ..... 1 0 " ne oollowl og Brcomor Isallotwed 0oa* ar+tee)roomn cot finurd- For aiolnrt-ontin D0pereent. Torlweeks...... ditto. For weko s '......... ditteo. A or 1 weeks....... 00 ditto. All as·enertiSs hpt. musts.poclT on 'ihe See or them 'th? eomberoftieos rhey?asredo'be nloerted, or they olll be co. tlnuet tlllcouoermsanded, and chargd eoordongly. Orders for 'ithdrowd or dlterst1on'c0 ot be.r'eelred lter ethio TwnOr?, roon, on the daly preetlous opubolieoton" The Iprieo HeR-idais publlshet every Tmesday and ]?lddn, and despatCied by the eal...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 30 April 1861

SALES BY AUCTION SADDLE .AND DRAUGHT HORSES. H ]. COOKBURN has received instructions , to Sell by Public Auction, at the Londoan 'lavrn, . THIS DAY, the 30Bth inst., At 12 o'clock precisely, FOURI SADDLE HORSES TWO DRAUGHT HORSES. 226 Terms, cash. FREEHOLD PROPERTY, To be Sold by order of the MortgagOee, On 18th MAY, 1861. H. B COOCKBURN has received instructions? S from the Mortgagee to Sell by Public Auction, at his Rooms, Nicholas-street, On SATURDAY, the 18th Mray, At 12 o'clock precisely, The following valuable properties, viz.: Lot 1.-ALL THAT PIECE OB PARCEL OF LAND, containing by admeasuremon: seven aeres three roods and eiglhtperches, be the same more or leo, situated in the County of Stanley and Parish of South Brisbane; Western suburban allotment, No. 48, ommencniag at the north westerly intersection of two roads, each one 'cha snwide, at a .point one chain west from the southwestemrnmost carner of allotment 81, and bounded on the east by a road bearing north seven chains...

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DARLING DOWNS. [Newspaper Article] — Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 30 April 1861

DARLING DOWNS, (From the D. ;D.~GKne.) PuBcrca? s' L5CENSEs.--'The application for the Royal Bull's Head Hotel was granted,.nas was also that of Mr. Webb for the Bushman's Arms, a new public hotuse in Winchester Street of this town. Theseveral applications made to the Toowoomha Police'Court were granted. DrIscoEer oF REn.ass.-Mr. John 3fcArthur,1 writing from Glenel, under datel0thl April, informs us that part of remains of. the little girl who tras lost fromnt one of his out-stations, onuthe 8th January, harve been discovered by the'blacks in a gully about four mileo;from the place where she strayed Yfrom. There is every reason to believe that she strayed from there herself, and died a lingering death. MIr. ~icArthur is of opinion that there is nothling in. the nature of the attendant circumstances to justify a ouspicion of fiul play, and that the fact of the blacks having themselves made known the. dis ceovery of-the.remains, together with other circum stances within his knowledge...

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ARRIVAL AND CLOSING OF THE MAILS. MAILS ARRIVE. [Newspaper Article] — Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 30 April 1861

ARRIVAL AND CLOSING OF THE MAILS. MAILS ARRIVE. FnoX BmSAAesse.-Daily at p.m. uFaox Da)EPrlw, An ToowooMnA.S-Bunday, B p.m.; and Tbnraday, 8 p.m. Pnox WaTCrcE-Wednesdays, 2 p~m.; a~d Sat ur day; 2 p.m.

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THE BULLDOG RUSH. [Newspaper Article] — Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 30 April 1861

'as .BuLLDOo Rus.--Late accounts from these diggings are very favourable. The ground is taken up for a considerable-distance, and all tile prqpects have turned out good. From 100 to 150 diggers are at work, but owhig to the late rains some of- the claims were not properly opened. All the diggers seem to be sanguine as to.-the, nltimate. success of these diggings. The distance from Tenterfield has been much exaggerated, and also the nature of the road, the best and shortest inite being by Poverty Point, from t~en6e to Tracy's Old Store, crossing the riper a little above the junction of Nicholas' Creeln and tha locky-in all about 47 m'iles. There have been upwards of 50 diggers weather bound at the crossing-place of the Clnrence in consequence of the unusual fresh iu theriver. The best uhny road into the diggings is by Thle Grafton. new line.-rentesjield Okronide. : Ax·oTrra RsU .-A newgold-field has been dijs covered about two miles from Nelson's Creek, Poverty Point. The exact local...

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LIST OF AGENTS. TOWN. [Newspaper Article] — Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 30 April 1861

LIST OF AGENTS Town. Brinbne-treet ........ Mr. Whitehead, bookseller Little Ipsarid...: ........ Mr. Johnston, storekeeper Couswr. gdney (George-slrelet) Mr. A. Lewis Brisbane (Q seen-strees) Mr. 1. Goodwyn, statieser Mr. T. Dowse PFortituade Valley......... Mr. G. Smith, chemist RKaaree Point ........ Mr. Quinn Warseekoik...... .... .. Mr. Kingsford, storekeeper Canal Creek ......... Mr. P~ . Liddy, storekeeper TooFrooora .............. Mr. Bennett, storekeeper Rskhap .tonl . ............ Sr. andel Cstandoss ............ Mr. W. Elliott. Souee Brisbane ........, Mr. Peterson, storeo?eeper Tooloomn Diggings ...... Messrs. Betts, Drysdale, aun Cameron, storekeeplers. Drayln ........... ..... Mr. J. Smith, (Harvey and Smith's)

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Commercial. [Newspaper Article] — Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 30 April 1861

Eouttutr caial. Mn. CocKBUrn reports the sale of 2000 wethers, at 10s. per head. The following produc$ has been received :-At the stores of Messrs. W. Gray and Co. - 20 bales wool, Chinchlilla; 10 bales wool, LOW; 2 boles wool I: bale sheepskins, RP&SYsI; 0bn bsles wool, T. At the storc' of Messra G. H. Wilson and Co -20 bales wool, CAR; 18 easks tallow, D); 20 bales wool, 2 keys in sqare; 2, bales wool, 1 bale skiUs, 1 bundle ditto,! D in diamonod; 4 bales wool, ROSB; 0 bales wool, HMRM conjoined over l3." At the stores of Messrs. iH . Hassell and Co.--2 casks talloa, 7 hides, 6 bunidles skins, AXS. At the stoes of Messrs, I. Towns and Co.--5 bales wool, 5 boles skins, V.B 3. Tooth, Ji(ston. At the stores of Meess. J. Painton sd Co.--17 bogsheads tallow, ±0 bundles sheepsiins, 66 bides.. At Mr. Brewster's atuction sale, in Sydney, on the 17th instant, the Rosevale Station was offered and with drawn, but waa subsequently oldd to Dr. Morris, of Maitlaud, with ten thousand thr...

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EXPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 30 April 1861

E.XPORTS. Mdltronaj per floomerang: 7 casks tallow, .. W mlth; I bo, W. Grayand Co. Ibox, C. Trundle 4 lsxes~caodle, 2 cooks eurrants, C. Wllnos; I parcel, G.15. D. Webb. " - " The Yamn Yate, nolliloive for Sydney on Wednesdoy asoe. .og.

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PRODUCE AND STOCK CIRCULAR. [MORT AND CO.] [Newspaper Article] — Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 30 April 1861

PRODUCE AND STOCK CIRCULAR. [MaOT AND Co.] Woor.-Notwithstanding the unsatisfactory nature of the European adrices just received by tie Benares, our sale to-day manifosted the existence of a satisfactory buoyancy in this market, and the few parcels of wool we had to offer found buyers at rates in excess of our expectations, and almost equal to prices that have been current for the last month. SHEEPrs9KNs.-Moderate supply,'and prices much the sanTe as last week, Upwnerds of 4000 skins were sold at from 3ld for very inferior to 10id per lb. for some superior and partly washed skins, For average quality the prices realised were 8d to 9d per 1b. TALLow.-This market is without alteration. Our supply was limited to a few lots, insufficient to test the market, which were quitted at late.rates. One parcel of prime mctton sold at 50s. HrDEs.-Small imRply and generally of inferior quality. A few lots of well-conditioned heavy hides fetched 16s to 14s 6d each. FBEIrHTS TO LODON : Wool, id. to ...

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IMPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 30 April 1861

1ara aim-: pace,. School ofArtsa 2 homes, I saord, . D. Clarke; I arnsaepan, 2 cases, kergs red lead, 2 casks colors, I keg shot, I box, l?rooes; I truss, I case, E. B. irutherdea; I arle. I case, Peterson and Younger; I parcel, eisvlto; 50 bags fllur, 4 chests candles, 5 e estu"olf.ehetst ta. 19 bags ho our, I hogshead brandy,, Ii ease s g n, nr0 case. Obaa, i rosen pickles, 4 cases mustard, 18 boren candles, S barrels murctlels, C. Wllms; 1 truss, l nneJ. Kelly; 40lkegs whrte lead, l0 kegs, 28 sash erghtls, I Ioratin, 2 cans vansab, 68 bars, 24 bundles ieon, l box glass, I case vanish, L eask, 6 kegs nailss,l mg nails, 9 bars steel, 1 cramp, 2 Yycao, 1 bundle steel, I anvils, 1 bundle eoppereods, l crate, 1luaei bundle cepper, I bo nlln, 0 bundles iron. 8 kerg nails. I cask, I ase oil I caks, k bundle hldes Perry Brotherse; bags rie, I ase sardines., W. J. Costln; I parcel books, Clerk of Assemably; lhonren Hopkins; l0bags charcoal, l case, bogs oats, manes currant, It. Oliver; 80...

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TALLOW. [Newspaper Article] — Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 30 April 1861

TA.LU vw. Beef........................ £36 0 0 to £38 0 0 Mutton..................... 40 0 0 to 45 .0 0 Station tallow ............ 3 O0 0 to 41 0 0 Hides, each............... 0 8 6 to 0 7 0 Sheepskins, per lb....... O 0 5 to 0 0 .9 Pitt-street, Sydney, 18th Aprl.

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Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVAL. [Newspaper Article] — Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 30 April 1861

- bitpitlu *zitellig?Cnw, ARRIVAL. Apr}l 2t..--Clrenee, steamer, Captain Collier, Prom the Morthem p~otts. In hallast. Passenger--Rev. T. Jones, Messrs. Flteslm. Ioons, Brown, EllIoIt. ano sti In the steerage, Aprl )i.--Ymr Yrts, stesmer, 28u tons, Csptaln Bell P"om Sydney Apetl 23. Poaset.gers-Bev. S. Melly, Mr. and Mrs. Cnlemte aolts. Sirs. era Master Holmes, Mr. It. Carep. Mr. D. Claro, lr. J. R. Clorh, Me. BR. Finloy. Mr. F. A. Costln, Mr. Jacomb, Mr. Murphy. Mt. Porter, Mr. E. H. Boeth, Mr. LIvIng stone, Mr. C. M. . A. ?l, and :?Iaster ting, Mir. Maekenrle, end forty-,sl In the steersge fromSydney, and thlrly Bonn 2eweootle.

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STATE OF THE ROADS BEYOND IPSWICH. [Newspaper Article] — Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 30 April 1861

STATE OF TIE ROADS BEYOND IPSW?CR. The following lettee, under the signature of "Obser ver," appears In the orriton .ay oecier of Satur daye Sin,-On perusing the Ipswich Herald of the 1Gth instant, I observed with no small degree of satisfaction a letter respecting the present disgusting state of the roads between Ipswich and Toowoomba, and also referring to the road from the latter township to that of Leyburn. (Canal Creek), beyond the Csondamine, ia E tlsngowan. oaving but a few days ago travelled oner that line of country, I cannot refrain rom adding something to the; mild but timely remarks that letter contain, although IT fear they will lead to no benefcial result, for the plain reason that .Govecsnmentksnows very little .and cares les] about the roads lealding ihto the nIrTERIoB Of the colony, so long as improvements go smoothly on in and around the metropolis. Snch, Mr. Editor, is the state of these roaends that draymen are as many weeks reaching their destination as they wou...

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TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 30 April 1861

- TO CORRESPONDENTS. No notice can be taken of anonymous communi cations. P7hatever intended for insertion, not be authenticated by the name and address of the writer; not neoesarily for publication, but as a guarantee Of is good faith. We cannot undertake to return rqejected communi cations. ?UES DypliAdI 3 t'rall8. TUESDAY, APRrL 30, 1861.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 30 April 1861

SONG OF A SORE-BACKED HORSE. TAKE that--there's a ~-'burtei' to braise atll your bones, Neighed my spirited nag, and he grinned like a boar As he buck-jumped me over his head on the stones Then kicked up his "hees in the air as be swore. Odds, knackers and catsmaeat carts What do you mean 7 You rough riding Russian, you hide rasping. elf, Bad luck to you, ain't yen asohamed to be seen. On the back of a poor scabby beast likei myself. All under my saddle, my cropper, asd girthb, T'm as tender and raw as a fillet of veal, And though I've often beard you excelling my worth, It's plain-you old savage, no pity you feel. When the price of yoear dinner (odds, gripes and starvation, You grudge three and six peace to heal my poor back y) Would purchase abohttleof ew's Easuocs . And that would cure all my bad spots in a crack. Like a siek full of sharp hooks sad gooseberry bushes. You mount my galled carcase, my feelings to rack, I'll be sliced into dinners for puppies and pussies Before I ag...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 30 April 1861

OwING to the want of abridge or two on one of the main lines of internal communication, we are not in a position to inform our renders of the result of tihe declaration for West Moreton. As far as is yet known, Mr. Cain has a majority of forty votes. Mr. BELL's friends are said to muster strong in Cressbrook, and if tihey have exerted themselves, his election is certain. But judging by the apathy with which thle contest appears to have been regarded everywhere out of Ips.sich, there is overy reason to suppose that Mr. CRIBB will be returned by a small number of votes. The electoral distriet of West Moreton is composed almost entirely of small land-owners and of squatters. The farmers, and such of tlle voters as are resident in Ipswich, have done all that could be expected from them, consider ing the great influence that was brought to bear in thile matter but if Mr. BELL has lost the election it is entirely owing to the class from which he would naturally have hoped for support. Whe...

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MAILS CLOSE. [Newspaper Article] — Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 30 April 1861

SMAILS CLOSE. Po BEtsBA~NE.-8 p.m. daily. Pos DarYToX taD ToowooxnLes-Tuesday, at 11.96 aom.;.and Friday, at8 p.m. For WAawVL-Monday, at 1 p.m.i and Friday, at 6 a.m.

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