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DIARY. MEMORANDA TO NEXT PUBLICATION. [Newspaper Article] — Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 14 June 1861
DIARY. smnMOa~DA TO SCXT pTULICATION. I un S l/IghWatereenfl JZ Rises. set. 1 Morn. I Afters 7 I MonDAY I I1 A 16 I so IT ose A . I b tol th I h H a h n . 10 I ETnN~ soil··- 5_ I 7isI74- he leeY in .. tim. b en hi h wale t n d him of? . o I 8 1 I s ame. l8 I -,Y ...... I n---_I n a 19i rl)?l?UA ?I 1 O 8 ie @ 1 ?61 r es) hour 4 minutes, anuIpwe boos 25ptnotes, • hlch dif~fesrese mlUt bedded to the time ohlgh watereos the lar. The.oteriwinds, eon the-noes t the Bay, eed the gnses In theriver.notnecsouse* eaiotliC from. our tohie, bO 1e65 mre uereiy aecldentfl, and governed by no known law. T~hose Subscribers to the Iposerdr Heemr who do not roeeove their popero ronlo~ye wRould confer n favour on the Manager by imWI1 yd1at5l inorming hoi ofthbe same.
Local and District News. [Newspaper Article] — Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 14 June 1861
_ oal ant! Wintrirt Ntbm. MUNIOxIPAL ou1YCrL--The usunal weeljy meting took place on Wednes?day. Present:-The Mayor, anwd Aldermen Gorry, O'Malley,.Olune,and Wathnse. The w-eekly financial report was alopted. Alderman Clune drew attention to the hmenitablenesa of the material used in theeoanstrctionof.-a bridge over the cnlvert at. the, junction of Wharf and Bremer streets. Grey gnm :alibs-which every bushman knew was an inferiorade secription of work-only one inch thick had been laid down over a otulert of four feet span, with eighteen inehes of sbtone and earth on them. The sleepers were of the same material, and would never stand thc'damp to which they were exposed, whilst the slabs were too thin for the-presure to which they were subjeot On ;the motion-of Alderman O'Malley, the Improvement Committee were ordered to esamine antlreport upon the The Nanange will toDrayton oT the 4th itltant was lost itirtbsie -follomg elngular way. About ve miles beforearrivingat'Cooyar, the packho...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 14 June 1861
AMERICAN CARRIAGES and WAGGONS for SBALE, and built to order, by HALLEY and CLYDE opposite the Cathedral, George-street Sydney. 181-43-1, BUSINESS DIEECTOR ,. WE intend to publish the names, addresses, ad pro f(ssions of our business advertisers, under the above h , once a week if possible. Should we have omi any of our advertisors' names we hope thcy will make it ~oknown to us, and we shall be glad to add them. PaonoDu MEsurnursa Hasell and Co, East-street. Gray, Walter, Bremer-stredt. Panton and Co., Bremer-street. Crales, William, Brisbasie and Wharf stroets. Wilson, G. H. and Co., Limestone-street. Bunr?rns, &e. Bethune, Donald, Brisbane-street. Shenton, Samuel, West-street. .AUOn?oNEBBa. Fattorini and Co., East-street. Cockbi?rn, H. M., Nicholas-street. -raies, Williams, Brisbane and Wharf streets. Mot and Co., Pitt-street, Sydney. ?ACCOUTANI. R. C. Mackenzie, Nichola-street. 5t05OS, W OLES0LE AD RETAI. Basser, William, Brisbane-street. Cribb and Foote (General), Bell-s...
No Title [Newspaper Article] — Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 14 June 1861
WE published on the 31st May a copy of a Wine and Spirit Dealers Bill, introduced by Mr. FOEBs, in the Assembly, the second reading of which will take place on the 20th instant. The preamble of the Bill states that "it is expedimt to enable other dialers in fer mented and spiritous liquors than licensed publicans to sell in less quantities than two gallons." We do not atall imagine that the Bill will be passed, but we look forward with great curiosity to the arguments which Mr. FORBEs? will, no doubt, use in endeavouring to prove the expediency of this measure. Asn this Bill has not been called for by the public, we must assume that Mr. FousEs is in advance of public opinion, and that he has reasons, for introducing this measure that would not suggest themselves to an ordinary mind. Probably he will argue that some wholesale dealers are or have been in the habit of retailing spirits contrary eto law, and that it would be expedienttolegalise this traffic as it cannot easily.be preven...
THE STRIKE AT REDBANK. [Newspaper Article] — Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 14 June 1861
THE STRIKE AT REDBANK. As several erroneous reports hare been circulated with regard to the part taken by Colonel Gray and the police at the late strike of the colliers at Red- bank, we beg to give the following as the real facts of the case. After Mr. Campbell exhibited the information at the Police-Office, he stated that the men at the coal-pits had used threatening language, and that it would be necessary to send a strong force to apprehend them, as they would be sure to resist, and would be aided by all the miners on the ground. Consequently a requisition was sent by telegraph to Brisbane for four of the mounted police. On Tuesday morning Colonel Gray pro- ceeded to Redbank, accompanied by Mr. Inspector Quinn, and ten of the Ipswich police force. The party met the Brisbane men at the appointed place, and on arriving there found about 140 men assembled opposite the store. Colonel Gray advised them to go to work, and called out from amongst the crowd those for whom warrants had be...
THE MONEY MARKET OF THE MONTH. City, Thursday, April 25. [Newspaper Article] — Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 18 June 1861
?PHE MONEY MARKET OF THE MONTH. City, Thursday, April 25. The rates of discount have continued steadily to decline, and the bank minimum, which, at the date of our last, was 7 per cent., is now 5 per cent; Some think it will go lower soon, but we arn inclined to think that this figure will be maintained for some time yet. Good bills, however, continue to be done in Lombard.street, at 4 to ' per cent. The share markets have been irregular, but generally depressed. Political disturbances and uncertainty counteracting the. favourable influence of a declining money market. Mr. Gladstone's financial statement hssexeicised a bteficial influence, being more favourable than has been generally anticipated. The manner in which the estimated surplus arrived at by him is to be disposed of meets with not a little criticism biut auch relief is felt at the announcement that no fresh taxationis required, not even to cleat up the expenses of the China war, now happily terminated. Theconsiderable deg...
THE POPEDOM. [Newspaper Article] — Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 18 June 1861
THE POPEDOM. The Independence Belg, of 20th April, contains in its Paris etter of a previous date the fellowing remarkable statement, which, if correct, - woald show that a wholly new turn may be given before long to the Roman question, and that the discus. sions of the restriction or abolition of the temporal authority in Rome may lead, in the event of the reigning Pontiffs decease, to the temporary transfer of the Papacy to London :-" With reference to the affairs of Italy, the following details respecting a' project concerted at Rome are derived from so good a source that I have no hesitation in transmitting them to you, though I do not at the same time pretend to guarantee their authenticity. I am assured that the Holy Father has already, some months ago, made all the arrangementsin theevent ] of iis death-in the event of voluntary abdication. The case of his death in particularly provided for. By a decision, approved of by twenty-one eardinals, Pins IX. is said to have nominate...
POLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 18 June 1861
POLAND. All the latest intelligence from Poland shows that the work of oppression goes on with ncreased in tensity. Every day it is made a crime to resign a civil office, and functionaries who have resigned are transported. in default of returning to their posts when Ordered. Aprivate letter writes that the Opione .Natioale says that he directores and editors of the journals and reviews in St. Petersburg have been tent for to the Board of Censure, and offered the alternative of soppresslon or the renunciation of all liberal ten-' dencies. O>e of them, an eminent publicist, ven tnred to say that a Iuna who respected himself could not thus abandon his convictions to order. He was not listened to, and dismissed, like a bad servant or an unfaithful lacquey. This writer be longed to the official professionals, and in a few years would have been entitled to a pension which would have provided for himself and family for life. He resigned all these prospects, and writes to a friend:-" I ...
SPAIN. [Newspaper Article] — Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 18 June 1861
SPAlN.. The Empreas of. Aatria is shortly expected at Cadiz, on her return, from- Madeira. The Correa ponden Au ografa ofJsdidd,,ay=-" The Govern ment will accept:nthesrnnexation of St. Domingo as soon as it basbeen onfirmed by a vote of the people, and if no ~oreign power protests against the incorporation of St.Domingo:with8pain. It is ofi cially announced at Malrid `thatthe Haytiansliave demanded the protection odfSpainsolely in order to preserve the administrative "powers of the re public.' .
FRANCE. [Newspaper Article] — Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 18 June 1861
FRANCE. The Pays, of April 23rd, published thefollowing important announcement:- "Orders have been transmitted to Toulon to complete the fitting out of the transport vessels destined to bring back to France tie troops now in Syria." The Daily ZTers correspondent at Paris, says: "1 bear from a good source the Important statement that Russia has recentl informed France that in consequence of the events at Warsaw, it will be impossibletojoin France in any measures for the settlement of the Eastern question. This means, I suppose, that Russia, looking upon France as an accomplice of Poland, finally declines an alliance with her." On the same subject the nimes' correspondent, in a letter of 24th April writes:-" The massacres of Warsaw have excited the pity and anger of the population in every department of France, and has" produced the warmest sympathy. So say the 'refects in their latest reports to the Minister of the Interior, and in this their assertions may, I think, be relied upop, ...
IMPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 18 June 1861
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ITALY. [Newspaper Article] — Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 18 June 1861
ITALY. A perfect reconciliation has taken place between Garibaldi, Count Cavour, and General Cialdini. Garibaldi had an interview with Count Cavour, followed by another with General Cialdini; he afterwards left Turin and had proceeded to Villa Pallavicini. The Monarque Ntioneale, of yester day, April 25, mentioned the joy manifested by the Italians at the announcement that Garibaldi and Count Cavour had become reconciled, and states that the reconciliation was brought about by the influence of a very high personage, who induced .them to come to frank explanations and ultimate reconciliation. The Paris papers publish the protest of the Pope against the assumption of King Victor Emmanuel. " The desire to have Rome as the capital of the new kingdomof Italy," says the Paris correspondent of the Times, "is every day growing stronger at Turin, if the official accounts from that city are to be relied upon. M. Cavour has again informed his Government that the only way to restrain the im pat...
GENERAL SUMMARY. [Newspaper Article] — Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 18 June 1861
GENERAL SUMMARY. (From the Home News.) Tea prospects of an European war are thicken" ing upon us; the darkest omens come from Denmark. We are by no means sure that we guite understand the actual state of the situa tions in their minute phases, so confident and perplexing are the reports we get about it from Berlin, Paris, and Copenhagen. The firstflash of a cannon is expected, and if resolved upon, will bring France to the side of the Danes, an extremity for which Germany is said not only to be fully prepared, but to be rather desirous of bringing about, partly to afford an oppor tunity to Prussia of taking the field as the leading German power, and thus by her pre sunce strengthening the progress of German unity, and chiefly to divert French ambition for the present from the banks of the Rhine. Austria cannot afford to take a prominent part in tl.e conflict, if indeed she should partici pate in it at all, she has her handes.ll at'home with Hungary, and the demands made upon her by ...
DIARY. MEMORANDA TO NEXT PUBLICATION. [Newspaper Article] — Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 18 June 1861
DIARY. MarOaDa*A Be NIXT rl ICdATBOrN. I Bun HI ighWatetnnBa JU I Ries. et. I Morn. I A ern I 1 TUESDAT ..... I 8 61 I 5 8 I b 38 ..6 0 19 I WnnasaAYo ... 6? I 1 81 s z6 6. 6 20 I T?aanA ...... G 6 1 6 a " 7 189 7 46 S21 sarLY ........ 6 62 5 5 9 5 18 890 22 STrearc .... . 6 52 I a 9 . 5 19 82 23 I ua r ........ 7- a2 1 10 | 9 66 302 2 l MoDA AT....... 6 62 5 10 I. 1 2 1 II 20 The difference. Is time between high water at the Bar and Brisbane is I hour 45 minutes, and Ipswieh 5 hours 25 mlautes, hlch differnce mustbe added to the time lafhlgltwateronte gar. Theeterly windsron lbhecoe t hbe ]ay, and the feshen i thertver, often cause a rr?tton heo our table,bu them ares merely accidental, and governed by no known law. Those Subecribers to the Ip~waih Herasd. who do not receive their prpes , regularly, wouldonol fr favour on the Masager by iumediately informing him of the sam.
ARRIVAL OF THE ENGLISH MAIL. [Newspaper Article] — Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 18 June 1861
ARRIVAL OF THE ENGLISH MAIL. The P. and O. Company'e steamer Northam left Point de Galle on the 21st May, King George's Sound on the 4th, and Melbourne Heads on the 10th instant, at 7.30 a.m., arriv ing off Sydney Heads at 5.30 a.m. on the I2th, thus making a capital ran from Port Phillip of forty-six hours, and being in advance of her contract time two days. Passengers-From. Southampton, Captain Norris, Mr. Cohen. From Melbourne, Colonel Stralton, Mrs. Schevarass, Mr. Perani. H. Moore, agent.
MAMMA BECOMING JEALOUS OF HER DAUGHTER. [Newspaper Article] — Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 18 June 1861
MAMMA BECOMING JEALOUS. OF HEl DAUGHTER,. (From Lte Sydney Morning Herald.)' TuneR is no question about the fact'that-at present the new colony of Queensland.is in a very prosper ous condition. Its rapil advaneement would be less unwillingly recognised in Sydney if it were not for an uneasy feeling that this rapid prosperity is being to some extent achieved at the expense of the older colony. Mr. Robertson has undertaken to dispel this .delusion, and with the happy self-complacency natural to our Ministers, has shown that everything that is happening is for the good of the' colony, and that all this lucky arrangementis the result of the wise and provide t : o"cy of a Ministerfor Lands for whom' the country can never be sufficiently graterul. 0 fortunatuzm natam me console Bomam I His reasooing would be more consolatory if it were sound. We do not do him the injustice of supposing that he is deceived by it himselfbut it is of that plausible character which ingeniouamadvocates who arg...
No Title [Newspaper Article] — Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 18 June 1861
Tak Electors of Ipswich have a duty to Eer form to-day, which can hardly be called an agreeable one. Of two evils. they. hae to choose the least. They have to choose between a man who has betrayed their confidence, and one who cannot well betray them; for they never did and never will have the slightest con fidence in him. Mr. Macatrnsan very much deceived him self when he anticipated that the electors of Ipswich would receive him as a political diiartyr, and carry him back triumphantly to the seat which be left with so much parade of virtuous indignation. He will returd to Parliament merely because the electors- were not prepared with any candidate to oppose him, every one expecting, up to the hour oft nomions tion, that Mr. BuLt would be brought forward. It was stated authoritatively atthe meeting that Mr. BELL would not oppose a townsman, and nobody was ready on the spur of moment to propose any one in his place; and so the quondam CaTnxma of Coxrrnrsse will be allowed to return,...