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ENGLISH EXTRACTS. [Newspaper Article] — Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 14 June 1861
ENGLISH EXTRACTS. CURIBOSrTeE OF PUBLIO WOBKB EXPENDITUOE. Critics of civil service expenditure are apt to complain not so much of specific acts of extra vagance as of a general tendency to reckless outlay. The reins, they say, are too loosely held, and every one permitted to bring in a bill makes c fortune. If those criticisms were ever justified, they are by the acconuts of the Board of Works just presented to Parliament. The department is supposed, since Lord Llanover's reforms, to be one of the best organised in England,but its idea of economy seems 'to be still but partially developed. The department expended last year £619,336, or very nearly the expected deficit of 1860-61, on some hundreds of different works varying ip magnitude from the new bridge at Westminster to St. George's Hall, Isle of Man. One half of the items it is, of courEe, impossible to submit to any but a professional test, but others are patent to anybody with a bead and a slate, and through all there runs a ...
DEPARTURES. [Newspaper Article] — Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 14 June 1861
e IL-T grap DEPAUTU?IIS. .. uInneZ---'. stoleemer, TOO tonn, Captain O'ellly, fo. ydney. Paengonr-tne.e Me. Wlson. Mesrs. Talt, Single, a_. ten Intin sleer?~. - Jnn 1L-jlaeosseo ate ?, cmm ptaln Coiler, tor the noetlee • Plmenger-.-MO. Eluon, the CoaUetor no Cntlnen, ...?m. J. Ponytl? ?meker. Jones, 8harpe, Whiteombe, ,L .? BnneB Jorgennon, Levy, e Perhls ('laute, Bmle, J. A. Wanton, Unenlg, Booth, Msnlehl .. Areh, , enan, and twentlin tin teersge,
NEW ZEALAND. [Newspaper Article] — Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 14 June 1861
NEW ZE~LALND. Br the barque City of Melbourne, From New Ply mouth, we have news to the Ilth nltimo, being a week later than previous advices. ..-, Advertingto the present critical state oF matters amongst the natives, particularly with reference to the Maori King Movement, the 'arana~ki esu?s of 9th ultimo remarks: Latest intelligence from the South by no means favours the hope of tranquillity which recent events have seemed to promise. A contemporary states that "a party of Wakateos beaded by thdChieftiewi came down to Waitotarn and report that the lgatirnanuis do not accept the terms, as they intend to join the King natives. These Waikates have comedown to ask the Waitotaras to return the £500 given them in May, 1859, as an instalment of the purchase money of land between there and Wanganui so that the land may bslongto theKing. It isprobable they have other objects in view, but they have not transpired." From the intelli gence they bring, it appears that the Wnikatos are determin...
EXPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 14 June 1861
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GLADSTONE. [Newspaper Article] — Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 14 June 1861
GLADSTONE. (Promn thie Correspondent of the Geuardian) Ma JOARPu MANrroN has arrived in Gladstone with some splendid specimen's of silver.and lead ore, foundon the Calliope River about twenty-five miles from Gladstone. He believes a very rich mine will be found in that locality; he is going to, prospect the place, as he believes the samples found are far richer than any he ever found in South America. Mr..King is aworking his copper mine; it is in tile county of Pelham at the head of the Calliope.ltiver, about 56 miles from Gladstone, and 9 miles S.S.W. of Mouint Redshirt, and on the line of road Mr. Yates party are making to the Upper Dawson. A gentleman belonging to.this district has just left en route for Sydney, to make arrangements to ship. cattle and sheep to Port de lFrance. I am rather surprised that this has not been done long ago, as our splendid harbour is second to none in Australia, and welt adapted for such purposes; which was fully provea by the speedy embarkation of ...
LIST OF AGENTS. TOWN. [Newspaper Article] — Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 14 June 1861
- LIT OP AGEN'S. Aioan-s .. .. : .i '? ',h.te. indo ooete Ll. .as.............. " or. oe.torekeeper Ugluep (Oherorgesae)U Mk.'A. ewis gflebsse (saes-iteleg) 3r.1.0ooodwyn, stationer 4tr. Dorse XEsgrore Poine ....I:... Mr. Quinn Wa e l.c. ..r..... K....... Mr. Eingsford, storekeeper CwwJ Creek . .. . P. IMdy, storekeeper TCOabaV............ Mr. BenOatt, storekeeper Rekhssap l . s......... Mr.l Eaandel CldsOO ............ Mr. . Elliott south Brisr~ba ..:..... Mr.Peterson,storekeeper bs.s?ggings ..... MLeor. Beotto Drysdsle, an Oameron, etorskeepen Drylon .................e . r.J. Smith, (srcy and
WIDE BAY AND BURNETT. [Newspaper Article] — Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 14 June 1861
S WIDE BAY. AND BURNETT. Tax SouernTaR BAD.-We believe the route recommended for.the Southern Road will'be from Maryborough to arianna, Gigoomgan, Bo'ombijan, Boonara and .arambalh. This will be highly bene ficial to the stations on the line, and will .no doubt affect Maryborough too, as the proprietors of several stations will find it to their. interest to send their produce here who now forward it -to Brisbane. Surely our Government who ask for £15,000 for a bridge at Brisbane, and £12,900 fora dredgefor ditto; will not refuse to place a sum on the Estimates sufficient to make this much-needed road. Ohronicle... " : Tas VOI.TNTEEsn lovEENtrT.- On Monday even ing teo secretary and treasurer of the: Corps made his appearance at drill ii one of the rcdOaribaldian shirts which have lately been purchased for the undress uniform. Two or three of the iembers expressed great dissatisfao;ion with the appearance of the shirts, and one member gave notice that next Monday he would move that a...
BRISBANE. [Newspaper Article] — Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 14 June 1861
BRISBANE. DEParToRE OP THE RAcERs.-Yesterday. Zoe, ,Ben Bolt, and Tartar, with their owners, Messrs. Tait and Single, started for Sydney is the Telegraph; and in the evening Fisherman and his owner, Mr. oeyayth, were passengers by the Clarence. On both occasions the persons assembled on thbe wharf bade farewell to the voyagers with hearty cheers. Courier, Jnunel3th. IuPonTeD RAMs.--The Telegraph brouglht to our pdrt thirty imported rams, whicah bad been tran shipped in Sydney from the German vessel Alster, and which had been brought to'this country for, and at the expense of, Charles ,oxen, Esq., of Dnandine. These rams were selected in Germany from the instructions of Mr. Tanner, who has been for some years a resident here, with a special view to the requirements of this district, and we understand that they are fully up to that gentleman's expectations. The fleece combines, in a remarkable degree, strength, firmness, and length of stapla- the qualities most in request in the home ...
To the Editor of the Ipswich Herald. [Newspaper Article] — Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 14 June 1861
To the Aittor ef-tie Ilpeirh Hernld St,--I thought you knew everything. Howisit you hare not given your readers "a full and particular account of the Comet" now to be seen every morning between the hours of 4 and 5. Is it that thle 1pswich )eraild is so bright i luminary that it eclipses every other that intrudes upon mortal vision! I have named :(intie absence of "tsowing ans other) this eccentric planet the"Arthur M3calster,"' from the shortness of its tail and its being raiser "down rasti," also its errvtic flight through space being ii other respects applicable to eraiting oirenmcstances. I am, Sir, your obedient serrant, 3OHN HERSCHEL, Junior. ashtom's Observatory, Ipswieb, 3une 12, 1861.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 14 June 1861
THE IPSWICH COTTON COMPANY. CAPITAL, £15,000, With provision for increasing it to £25,000 if required. SHARES, £25 EACH, TO BE PAID BY INSTALMENTS OF ONE-FOUBTR CASH, AND ONE-FOUBTH BACH BY BILLS AT TWELVE, EIGHTEEN, AND TWENTY-FOUB MONTHS' DATE? LIMITED LIABILITY. PaovrISrosa COMmXiwr E: JOSHUA P. BELL WALTER GRAY WILLIAM KENT, Jut. JOHN FERRETT SJOHN HARDIE JOHN PANTON B. J. SMITH. BANKERBi SEGRETABY, PRO TE., HENRY M. COCKBURN, THE Provisiond Oenmmittee who 'have been . appointed to make the becessary preliminary arrangements for the formation df the Ipswich Cottdn Company are highly gratified in being able to announce to the public that the Company has received from every quarter the most hearty as surancegof suppbrt, and that shares to the value of. from £4000 to £5000 have already been subscribed for. They therefore confidently appeal to all interested in the advancement of the Colony to give their cor dial -assitance to this effort towards creating a 'ew~and staple export whi...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 14 June 1861
Erte 3p4Ietdi rs tars. TERMS: BSceennrrow.--The amount of ubeoriitin to the ljoaete Retoli Is ilgDt ShiTlinsa and Siopence per quarter. The lusrter s terminates on the ath September, 31st December, ist Mearch, and I kdh June, at ghieh periods o lueasn aubeitber dctline, by giving notice, and paying the amount due to tieend of the uTrrenIqnaer. iglt e Eopiea,0Sinpence. A hnanxinguna5s tee Insertod aeoording to the followng -sIale:- a. 2t. Toli.ne . ....... I o Pour eitne ..... .. ..a. . Blix ines o....... ... .. Eightllnes ...... p .. .. .o-o0 Everyadditional eightins ...... Phe following Doconeg insallowed on all advertisements eon 'linutd- Paroin s~insertiona it pereent. eer l Oweda...... 20 dlo. Peor 2 weehs ..... 1tlitto, Por 52 weeks ...... ?0 ditto. All advertisoements must specityaon the. face cf'tbem the unmberoftlmes they are to be inserted, or they wtll be con tinued till eountermanded, and charged aeor dingly. Ordera for wothdrawal or alteention'cannot be retelved'later th...
Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVAL. [Newspaper Article] — Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 14 June 1861
- .?ippting *ntelgeuc. Junel.-Cheinee, ateamer, Captain Cottler, fm the Northern Porto, U hallolt. Palenger.--Mr. and Mre. Ghbbon, Mrs. Ibtcinson and chtld, Mnnesr. Tmne, MceDoenell, Mautoh, Smith, Toi~ne, 1Portee Thllmpn, and Steesn ineateeeye.
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.] NATIONAL EDUCATION. To the Editor of the Ipswich Herald. [Newspaper Article] — Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 14 June 1861
Original aotrespoigbenrc. IWhlGi our columns toill be alwaya open to the insertion of correspondence on subjects oflocal and general interest, roe do not, by any means, hold oureelies reosponsible for the eentimeats thlat may be ecpresed.j] * ATIONAL EDUdCATION. o tile Editor of the Ipsieh lHerald. Srn,-As public education is one of the great questions of the day, and one so well worthy of the consideration of every colonist, I crave a small portion of your space. I think it is the duanty of every mas atthe prcaent juncture who has the weisre of the coulony at heart to lay before the Dublic any .iuTormation he may possess on this all-important subject. . The educational institutions of a nation are her most valued possessions, and the best jewela in her crown, if estabhlisbed upon a liberal m satisfactory basis; they are the foundations of national gceatness and material he iein a most hopeful country0 and in a commu nity ready and willing to do that which is liberhal and just. We s...
WEDNESDAY, 12TH JUNE. [Newspaper Article] — Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 14 June 1861
WEDNEODAY, 12TH JoneE. Before the Police Magistrate, Dr. Lucas, and J. Hardie, Esquires, J.P.'s Edward Davis, Thomas Jones, William Griflth, :George Smith, John Coleman, John Stafford, Hugh Oarter, and AbeldAlford, miners, were charged with con Spiracy in having struck .from work, and by threats prevented others from working far Msors. Campbell, Son, and Another, in ther coal pit at Redbank. Mr. Macalister appeared for the complainants, and Mr. Thompson for-the defendants. The particulars of the .case.will be best gathered from the following evidence : John.Campbell, being duly swom, said: The informa tion produced is .true and correct-; on Saturday last I was waited upon by Tihomaa Jones, Edward Davisand John.Smith; they said that they came as a deputation from the whole of the miners to say.that if I did not raise the price of cutting coal to is. a ton, they would all strike on Monday morning; I refused to do-so, and the -men went back to the mine; after dinner I went outand saw t...
IPSWICH POLICE COURT. TUESDAY, 11TH JUNE. [Newspaper Article] — Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 14 June 1861
IPSWIOR POLICE COUIT. TUsnDAY, 11TH JUNE. J. Dixon was fined 6s. for drunkenesn.. - W.Crhp woionP a d IOa, for ug abusive Jongu¶ D:otbmiEr. i O s~~iv;b'riro.- ah~g ro a~ssult...;Doinld a~iAihJ~?Jiz. Iuily jl~cro. ..tatoe Qo t On'hp~h ua~t,mt I was on the aceeourse; I was keeping the Grand Stand ; one Watson came out, and gave me a haudful of silver iand notes to keep forhim, as he was going to fight; I said t would keep it for him, but would eudeavour to prevent the fght; I prevented the fight; immediately after Ogilvie came in and pualhed me; he swore at me, and told me to let the'rmen fht; I told him his conduct was unmanly, and I would hold him responsible if any. thing occurred in the fight; they did fight, but were separated by the police; a number of my men were there; I went to Ogilvie's booth and said that from his unmanly conduct that day, I would have no more deal. ings with him; he deliberately struck me on the mouth; he cut my lip, and threatened to split my countenance....
SMALL DEBTS' COURT. WEDNESDAY, 12TH JUNE. [Newspaper Article] — Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 14 June 1861
SMALL DEBTS' COURT. WUDNEBSb;Y, 19rnTH JU-f. Samuel Paris v. Charles Brown.-Postponed until; Wednesday, l1th instant. Robert Aland v. F. N. Imcnse.--No appearanoe, ?t missed. B?rsard MeGrury v. lames Moloney.-For plaintif, £10, and ds. costs. John Swann v.John Fassier.-- o appearanee, dis missed. Patriok Dowlingiv. A. A. Gaslkart.-No appearance, dismissed. John Moran v. James Delaoney.-N?o appearanoo, dis missed. David Anseal v. Frederick Mole.-Diminsedno jnris diotion. - David Ansell v. EPvana Cameraos--Fer plaintil£ ,5 14a. Pd. David ansell v . I. Kerr.~-?Tor painti £7 s. Cd.. David Ansell v. James Cook.-Fer Plaintif, £S lse. Sd., no costs. David Ansell v. Edward Jones.--Settled oat of Oourt. David Ansail v. Menrssy P. 28-For Pisintih; ,£4 188. 64 David Asail a. Henry Skinnes.-- or plainatiZ £8 s.a id. David Asell a Thomas Maloney.-Settled out of Court. . Bridget lames v. Thomas Brett.-For plaiatinf, £8. William Besser v. John MHeLeod.-For plaintiff, £9 1,s. d1, and a. cos s. : : ...
THURSDAY, 13TH JUNE. [Newspaper Article] — Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 14 June 1861
T?esra'a, 13oa. JN?E?. Before the Police Mmagistrate. J. Hayes, and Jemnesy Jock, a iinamn, were each fned 5. for drookenne6s. RosTEa FOM JtOTE.-l4~ Dr. .meO ane J. FPanton; 18, T de L. Moffsrtt and T. Rowlantls-; 21B. Oribb and F. A. Forbes; 25, G. H. Wiloon and R. J.1mith; 28, F.-A. Forbes and G. H. Wilson. SM?LL DiBrS' CoueT. - July rd, . 'HI. WilDson, -. W. Lamb, and T. Rowlands.