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THE POST-OFFICE. To the Editor of the Ipswich Herald. [Newspaper Article] — Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 29 March 1861
ITHE .POST-OFFICE. To the Editor of the 'patoidpsHeril ,-I deem it my isperative duty to trespass on a oof your space, in order to attract the attention of oetmaster-General 'to the'facts I state-touching the (for such they are) that are been constantly eod i the de'partment over which 'he stiles. As are necessary to support my argument, I shall stale eneral information that only four (4) numbers of theo icr Herald, since the let day of February last have edhere; and the numbers are 12th, 15th, 19th, and February. Now, I adk what has beoame of t"e and whether this is a case that requires an imme. examination. It were perhaps trifling if only one this complaintto snake, but lean assure you 'that murmur is loud and general. One gentleman to I had spoken this morning relative to my answer se' at 'the Post-office, declared that he eanslet ve half-a-dosen numbers of the-Courier in'? monith , believed that "the (newspapers). were- being otod for some 'p~vate purposes. What do you k of'tba...
Original Correspondence. While [?] columns will be always open to the inst [?] of correspondence on subjects of local and [?]al interest, we do not, by any means, hold ourselves responsible for the sentiments that may expressed.] OUR CUSTOM HOUSE SYSTEM. To the Editor of the Ipswich Herald. [Newspaper Article] — Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 29 March 1861
aI .Eortcpotib'ct te. codumns ro il be a?weg open to the i : of correspondence on subjects efloede a a "interest, wte do not, by any means, es responsible-for the sentiments that * resscd.] CUSTOM HOUSE SYSTEM. a the Editor of the lpswich Herald. a, willeemenmber some months ago, when we er. curing to gta "BondedStore established in Ith~'town, some one of your correspondents suggested ' the Bonded Store ought to belong to Government,. Snot be private bonds as at present; that party r;sently foresaw the troubles and irregularities. that wonld arisesboth to the off?aers of that, dqpartmont, t to the tradingeommunity. It:isawell-nown fact, that the offeers Or the Custom Housn are .most desirons to , riquirements of busaiessand do their utmost to e.rants of the merchants of the place;'but, S ,tely all they can? dolor us is'but trehing; for, w een the steamers, the tides, and the several al Custom House agents; peoplein'Ipwlieb have S chance out of fifl. of ?aving etheir business l-ents ...
FINANCE COMMITTEE [Newspaper Article] — Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 29 March 1861
fnt waMivfT Your1om'mlttm mpeptthattheyhave dtdeISbmmemtt 'for payment the undttmenttoned aoylgnta fat 44e we* anuteeg 17th March :- i $ a. d. ht'Quaker and Wtiton, no~nunt if Ooettat aed Stonew ork ......................................... 15 C0 WagonandCartage ........ ....... 45 0 n tnnnett. Long, and Co. . . ... 50 0 0 lam none t and Co., aount of Conteont ............... I4 0 4 Catao.................. S It t Seoty not Itfempstead, arcunt of Coontact...»...... 10 1t 0n Johnu )tLeod, a o teootofrtbunut ......e................. 58 5 I
IPSWICH MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 29 March 1861
IPSW[CH MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. npual weekly meeting of the Counoil wea held on raday afternoon. Present : The whole council, rith exception of Alderman Thompson. he minua?tes of last meting were read and conrm ed I , the report of the Overseer of the Works. be following Report was then read: ort as to the best oeadedoalTl tng an equitable rent for river I:ntagee ocoupled ac wharves. our iommlitte. in aecordaner with a eaolttlon of the' ounef, leve visited and examined the river frontages ceeupled several persons as wharves, &c., and beg leave to make the fol. wing reeommendotions: avreg calculated that ervery eeeamer will oeeupy at least 150 at her moorings, that fhontages be allowed to each lndlyldual wharlage. Any person wishing to occupy a greater extent of ntge can de so, ubject to the approval o the Council, paying the same rato as for the 150 feet. hat the rent be fixed at 2s. ed. per ft fo earoh foot e cofage frostage having a depth from the river to Brment, That, 0 feet ...
No Title [Newspaper Article] — Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 29 March 1861
AT' tbe -public meWerntg hick w s hbrd on Wednesdwcy Evening for the purpose of atamb liahinwg £l io 1.V'4iniPry Sichool in this town gsia~eat interest py dIsplayet6to.ve that. this movement, at least, will not share the fate ofmany others which have been initiated in Ipswich, and be allowed to die of inanition through want of nourishment in the first stage of its existence. We feel no doubt that the introduction of the National System amongst as will be the means of doing a great deal ofgood, if carried out with judgement and energy. We .still adhere, however, to the opinion we expressed when the Bill was first introduced with the Legislature, and consider that there is one point in the Regulations which requires notificatioi, or otherwise the advantages which they offer will not be accepted to the extent which might otherwise be the case. One great feature in the National System is that it provides religious instructtion, both " general" and '" special." One of the clearest and be...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 29 March 1861
USINESS DIE UECTO Y. Ws Ihtend to publish the names, addressee, a.d pre easions of :our ussiness advertisers, under the above heading, once, a week if possible. ,Should we avre omitted any of our advertisers' names we hope they will make it )known.to us, .and we shall be glad to sdt theat. lIonvrs OE M1an3cair. Hassell and Co.o, East-etieeL Grey, Walter, Bremer-street. Panton and Co., Bremer-steet. Orais., William, Brjsbane and Whleh -etreeta. .Wis:on, G. IL aid Co., limestdne-street. - IBULLDEBn , dC. Bethune, Donala, Brisbane-street. Shenton, Sainuel, West-street. Fattorini an .Co., East-street. Cockburn, H. M., Nicholas-street. (rairs; William, Brisbaneand tWhar estreets. Most and Co., Pitt-street, Sydney. STOPES, WaorsmaenTc fD. asEra?.M An_ l, Di, (leneral) trisbane-street Besser;Witisie, Brigbanestreet. Oribb and hoote (General) Bell-street. in,T, (our tand Grain) East-street. ailsday,:d _,a.g and Morrison, ( .ngineers' e-treq S Co. n East-street, pawioh.. oir;esT.-. esd' o.,1...
WEDNESDAY, 27th MARCH. [Newspaper Article] — Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 29 March 1861
k Butler-Master and fervant' Act. Post ,'. D. Bethune.--The Bench found that an ad been committed, but of sotrivial a nature as eserringof punishment. Hanlan, eharged with being drumik and din' . ad guilty, end fined 15s., or forty-eight hours hby, charged with ubing abusive and insulting aboriginal, charged with disorderly condnet,. and reprimanded. eon MARCK. - 29, Pollet Cardew and T. ide ffhtt.
FASHIONS FOR JANUARY. [Newspaper Article] — Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 29 March 1861
FASHIONS FOR JANUARY,. Ton season for grand balls has not yet comimenced,.bnt we'have already observed me nverites "in dinner nd evening dreuere. The faaian is aleo.nearly fied 'foriaigb boaies, and the different kidade of 'siltk T ter .wear. The.Gaiibrelle fern.of dresses is dit ngu?s?hi _e amrong 'the many dthei. The baody ena eldr are. msteinsn .in fronit, without a.band to mari .the waist ,There a a saecide vaiatiodn in the ht this winter, end it Si hown by thie same Imn p traiee., Lst yearii aauthbe-d dp aeaaqoe-'Vely fell, without plaits ri fronlt p.orbeb d-a asih?tan that was .di~eult;topermole. The imp.roo?snjt reded?th roebe" i r?.- io.,no.?...re .grce a,.n mn? e ly w y all'gea n toil ebo tte. In frtle?? it is foralaed like aroog sew que, widening blc siderssyl hmeeaa, under tarhe arnreeasewi 5 S..arwth bowr s and itoaiue p .. f its novelty. Dresses 'ew ave seen one in violet. ordeod sl.1 ,tbeton of ieli wsabimmed w:ith a broae oronmade ot velvet: ?-?vgd tfha.arow ane? bl"o...
Local and District News. [Newspaper Article] — Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 29 March 1861
Local and District News. Return of the number of patients in &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; Ipswich Hospital . -Week ending March 28th: Patients on the books 21s: instant, 26; admitted, 1 ; discharged 1; present number,26. Medical Officer for the ensuing week, Dr. Lucas. Excursion to the Bay. - We would draw the attention of those of our readers who intend to celebrate the Easter Holidays to an advertisement which appears in another column, to the effect that the steamer Breadal bane will make an excursian to the Bay. We have no doubt that the cheapness of the fare, and the known character of the boat, will ensure for her a goodly &nbsp; &nbsp; freight. &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; Erratum--In the letter from Dr. Challinor, which &nbsp; appeared in our last issue the third line in the seventh paragraph was omitted. The words left out were-"'of. acting in a...
IPSWICH POLICE COURT. TUESDAY, 26th MARCH. [Newspaper Article] — Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 29 March 1861
IPSWICH POLICE COURT. TUESDAY, 26th MARCH. Before the Mayor and B. Cribb, J.P. Jemmy, an aboriginal, charged with damaging public property. Charge withdrawn. John Daley, found guilty of having no lawful means support, was sentenced to three months imprisonment &nbsp; Brisbane Gaol, with hard labour. Benjamin Webster, charged with two offences under the Towns' Police Act. Found guilty of one, and fined 10s and 4s. 6d. costs. Charles Cameron, charged with profane swearing, was &nbsp; found guilty, and fined 10s., or twenty-four hours in the cells. Donald Bethune, charged with assaulting and resisting Police in the execution of their duty. Remanded until the 27th instant. John Maxtead, charged with an offence under the Towns Police Act, was found guilty, and fined 10s, and 4s 6d costs, or seven days imprisonment. Samuel Owens, charged with using indecent language, guilty, and fined 10s., or twenty-four hours in the cells. Timothy O'Sullivan, charged with an assault on E...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 2 April 1861
ASHTON'S rENOWED BRITISH & AMERICA2N CIRCUS AGAIN AT IPSWICH AND BRISBANE. S?EH Proprietor of this well-known and unequal led Compady of performers begs respectfully to state that, having, at a very heavy expense, engaged Artists unequalled for skill, whose names throughout Europe as well as the Colonies ei Australia arse a sufflicnt guarantee of suscess, and such an amalgamation of talent as aSeer was pre viously introduced in this Cblony, and after a long and successful tour to Rockhampton and through the Northern Districts, he intends visting the towns of Ipswich and Brisbass, and therefore hopes to meet with the patronage of an enlightened public; founding his claim to the same, upon the. strength of the number and efliciency of the Troupe, and beauty, docility, and training of horses, forming together a concentration of such novelties as he prides himself must ensure success, and at the same time defy competition. The Entertainments will be 'given in a new and spacious ...
TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 2 April 1861
p? CORRESPONDENTS. No noticp. can be taken of anongmoue conmmuni cationi. Whatever is intended;dfor jnsertion, mit be'autentiehted-by tle name and address of the writer; not necessarili for publication, but as 4r0uarntee 6f/A6e good faith. We cant? undertak to return r eted.communi cations. .?- ~ - - - ", " "t' Lbe *p , WF I Itra&.. TIUBSDAY, APRIIL 2, 18GL
PRODUCE AND STOCK CIRCULAR. [FATTORINI AND CO.] [Newspaper Article] — Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 2 April 1861
PRODUCE AND STOCK CIRCULAR. - [rATroiBrr AMD bo.] The satisfaction hitherto evinced by our conititnents by the publication of our Stock end Station Circular has determinddus upon issuing these short but truthful summaries of. mercantile transactions end bsiness in Queensland. -'- - . * We beg to thank our friends and oonstituents for the liberal andiatisfactory patronage accordedtoaim si ce the dissolution of the partnership of Iroughtona nd Fattorhii. . - ' - Dn our last Circular we ventured to pass an en?eom" m' upon the workingof our bfirt QAeensland GoveremPit and the liberal measures passed. thmagh the ,o.se' sadis tdyeari bei.lt ately hibly condpi?e ,tothe eff de e enterprising airm of?aser-?s lnd to'nglnd, having, hae e .lad toe, ' o proved highl t succe meassreerifio ed..aTh il, the tei u of Tu avigation Company,' the Premead ompany, isid the Electric Telegraph, are great facts, satd it f all a fair way o bei ir esselo ti e i st ansfiheto aly-earried out s t b tht t t Thepre...
WANTED, AN ORGANIST. [Newspaper Article] — Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 2 April 1861
wANTED, AN .ORGANIST. (From.Houaehold Words.), The church organ had; for years, been. the great musi cal anixiety of the parochial district of Twirlington. It. was a Father Smith; had seen its best, days; and;, to use the idiom of Captain O'Sullivan, bothered the organ ist entirely. If he played on the full organ, people com plained that the shrill sesquialtra drowned their voices. If he played Oe the diapasons, or the choir organ, people Coold hear nothing, and could not follow the tune. If he used the swell, it jerked the pbople into the middle of .the next verse. One half theeopngregation said the organ wanted power; the other half thought it too lbud. The List half thought there was too much -music in the cervice; the second half. declared that the Litany and responses ought to be chanted, as at St. Bell'seChuerh, Oxford Place,. Gambridge-street. The only matter they akreed in, was in worrying theorgapist, and in.determin int not to spend a shilling on. the organ to make. it Aft...
THE DISTRESS IN NOTTINGHAM. [Newspaper Article] — Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 2 April 1861
quence of the e fde thed i`s oji e he aee, both hosiery. ati.tb6 t-18 etls nita? engg ned 'In eachd o egto i fffil eti nt. There -area ireh eieat i t 1,?o ? a inum.te. f The, o yn fi 4 'hd D)*tecipilents of ntad lbf.N bej of eth'ozeople ami eh1 "'tstt etre 5 'tbe inclemency. of e pv a'dddebly to thoineet eot ity of thqelr 'euiib.: roup-kityhenesthaiceetafbishe4d ih. .f er inethods a .ileptdo? ?k n .enthe rgow of the; i-?eent aelemýt ie 5ys.tet ?o ,]st~ge. r y., ina.ithe ;Austrian t On Wed n'te vening at 9o elool,'the nl ai which brout the Archduke erd Milian to Vjien: i? hd in wlhic were 6eietent h-Field 'but ? alf rn hour when ? i t iC auglit 'ire through the over heating ,thi"'teir stove. The flane, 'ed by onib b_ e atetiale,praead rapidly end the connection thie uithercariages oThie traii was cut off. Cunt °de Bombeller, at the jeril of hie life, cibered on to the roof ofth ciatriagc, end hie a were at 'lase beard by tensie. -drivor,'wto *medietely broxght the irz '.to . atand4U ...
IMPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 2 April 1861
Yana ri1¥, : SO csres, I bales, 2 eabia ale, 1' tss E. B. utbeden '," 6 dsell4"bxe, l boes lipe 1 tan ? paoages bobble, 5 hogbheads rum, 2 100t3*, 1 ble, 20 eases elret 3 ases, 1 ease, . bkeslt tatcb, 10 hoghbead ale, I parel, C.B. o.; I erqs, tpooL I ise;. . MarkrEll; 4 eases 2 easkL ae, B A. klsgaited; 10ease4: t psreel;1 Selaoitlotb,1. W.lluxtotl, 20 bags Soor,20 bagslee, 5 bngbpTOds alg, T. Bowdes; 4 ban ,ses, Oegaall, r package,- I- fee, es, 4 kegs philm; I dvaenase tin 010 nlou,'l2g ,le leka nab, cases, Ibox, 2 ndlesaPerry okL.1se; ;t Ibg I Olverv10bag potats;G egst, ases,'1 bale, S.aodli.; l2bogobe ae lolags Sesr,I parcel, deasea, 'cases w akt., s. ltlEe; 4?Cdea,'l4ses 'boe blue, pe brady, L quart e-:lak.v Wilmu; r?, caei parcel Kne50 .leases, 2 pqdces 1 2 boxes c 40 ba4 s pelalses,4tr ýTmae, r t'nd1 e xtlmnf i.bn bpar iroe, V.o' ylri 1 t-k, easeT. lldIdge; 7caska, I 2aee, Ieg, 2 casks poet, 2 aks, 1bale, I packages asas brady, 600 bag potatoes, 10o mat-- bread Warty. 2 reos'...