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PRODUCE AND STOCK CIRCULAR. [MORT AND CO.] [Newspaper Article] — Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 18 June 1861
PRODUCE AND STOCK CIRCULAb. (MonT AND co.]R Woot.-The small quantities now ar?mrig' ald but little opportnnity of tpfi(g prices;. tho,?,fw lots ,quitted to-day bioqht late rates;' one pare1, I% bales lambs wool, in the grease (alightly seedj), realised ?ld. perlb. SSEEfsPsxsa.-The few to hand were of only middling quality, and sold at 61d. to 71d. per lb. TntLow.-forty-nine oasks were .atalogied and sold. There was rather more competition but we cannot quote ny improvement in value. The prices obtained were for beef tallow, £39 to £40 per ton for shipment ; mutton, £46 10s.; mixed and station pareels, £85 5s. to £42 per ton. II oEs.-About 1100 were brought forward, one parcel of 385 were quitted privately before the sale, two other lots fetehedl6se. and 1il. eachlirespectively, and the remainder being mostly inferior and middling, found purchasers at Se. 3d. to 14s. 6d1. eah. FatIGtITS To LONDON : Wool, id. to Id. per lb. Hides, 35s. to 40s. per ton: Tallow, 45s. to 50s. per ton. Oi...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 18 June 1861
IST of SUBSCRIBERS to a Fund for the S establishment of a PRIMARY SCHOOL, in Little Ipswich, under the Queensland Board of Education: £. a. d. George Thorn, Esq. ... 10 0 0 Joshua P. Bell, Esq. .. 10 0 0 Alderman Johnson ... 10 0 0 F. Aberdeen ... ... 0 0 Richard Watson ... ... 5 0 0 William Foster ... ... 5 0 0 George Haoencamp . 5 0 0 John Panten, Esq.... .. 0 0 B. Cribb, Esq. M.L. .. 5 0 0 Reuben Treadwell... .... 5 0 J.Germain ... ... 8 t 0 Sealyand Hampstead ... 4 0 Richard Wright ... ... 8 0 0 William Marks ... ... 0 Robert Castling ... .. 2 0 Robert Johnson ... ... 2 0 Thomas Lord ... ... 1 0 0 William Harri. ... .. 1 0 0 JamesPascoe ... ... 1 0 0 Alderman Clne .... .. .1 0 P. O'Sullivan, Esq., ML.A.. 1 0 0 G. H.Hal .. 1 0 0 OwenConnor .... .. 1 0 0 W. Atweu ... .. 1 0 0 J.A. cip ... ... 1 0 0 Wlliam Bey ... ... 1 0 0 F. Heibe... , ... ... 1 0 0 John Wright .. ... 1 0 0 James Hall ... ... 1 0 0 Martin Bure, Esq... .. 1 1 0 William Carson . .. 1 0 0 Henr Pillow . ..; 1 0 Alder...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 18 June 1861
ESe Ilpdatetrt Wjivtn.r, S -a' E a: M gecatretlrro.--The amount oartfnbrlptlon to the fpslwrle ferold is Eight ehLUlings and Sixpehne per qbartor. The "quarters terminate on the 30th Beptember, 3lit December, dehltne, by givlng notihe, ano paying the amount line to the end of the urrent quarter. single copies, etxpenee. AnvmarIs?gaTe are Inserted accordling to tbe folowlna nooale: -a. d. Twolio .~... .q... e h Four ines ...... ...... ...... lxe lnes ... ...... ......3 eight orPnes .,... .... 0 Everyiddltionalelghtlinoe ..., 1 0 'The following Decotntr is allowed on all advertisements eon lhouOd- 'ar tie Insertions 10 per cent. For 13 weeks ...... .5 ditto. Por 2 weeks ...... 3S ditto. A or n2 weks . ...... 3o dlito. All advertimepm mt speit ?y on' nthe r?ea oe? them the number of times they re'to be Insered, or they will 'b. ce? 'tinua till countermanded, and uhaigedaccordingly, Orders for withdrawal or alteratlon'annot be receivd later than Teelve, noon, on the day prevous topubllF...
Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVAL. [Newspaper Article] — Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 18 June 1861
Trjipping *ntttigcnce. ARBUVAL Jane ilS.Vanqnls,, ndsoone , e28 tons. Captitn Scott, trou Sydney rd Jaune. Purengee-M. and Mn. Aldermon, iand ins n the teerage. G. afanmd Co. agents Junemld.--Tlegp utenbe tu, Captan? O'BiBy. form Sydney June 14. -Paonsegern--ýr. and Mrs. T. PtlIpp. lMr.and; MU-. S.Davls, 5 chldrr, and 2 +erant?, t. ad M. . and Booth, M?n. JI. Smith, Miss Smith, D?ctor Dempter, MInw. B. Reynold., Pantovlch, Niel. Brock, Childa, S. Cobbahrm. MeCeew, Jas.Bouuan, Alex. Bowman, oven., eed, d4 inthomlormsr . -
To the Editor of the Ipswich Herald. [Newspaper Article] — Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 18 June 1861
To the Editor of the Ipnsich Herald. S,;--I feel itto'be my duty to caution the electors against a man, of whichj Iam sorry to say, report spek of Mr. O'Sullivan a being a part to. It as notorious that the gentlemaei alluaed to, wiheter justifable or not, has is many instances eixpreseeed'aitrdng d.slike to Mr. Macalister; and now, carrying that dislike to an extreme, he is about sacrificing the interests of the town by eend ing one or" two emissaries about to canvass for Dr., Cummii?,a?,amn ihose electioti would prdve, not only a latting disgroe to the parties lecting him, bot caculated to do considerablemischief tohemi"t"sb of ethoesewhom Mr. O'Sullivan representas and, in justioe I must say towards whom. he has always done his duty. Why h lhould hi the preent instance part from that rule I cannot' say, unless that he has allowed paltryrevenge to take the place of common sense ; however, I caution the the electors to be on their guard, and poll for Macalister; he may have made a m...
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.] To the Editor of the Ipswich Herald. [Newspaper Article] — Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 18 June 1861
eriginar Ciorrponbeatre. SWhile our columns toil be always open to the insertion of correspondence on subjects of loca and general interest, oe do not, by any means, hold ourselves responsible for the sentiments that may be expressed.] 7o Ste Sitor of tle Ipnareh Hersalh Brn,-Observing in your Friday's number. some strictures on the Redbank ease, I must claim, in fairness, spsce to reply. The case being now before" the public, I1 have no intention of prejudging or alluding to it further than to rebut your charge of vindictiveness ; and I think the circumstance that we have employed at Red bank a very large number of men of almost every trade, shade, and description, for the last 6 years, and in all that time having only brought three cases- (of which this is one) before the Court, and never having appeared in any as. defendant,:oagh to be a complete defence against any such charge; I had no ill-fealing against any man on the place, but it is not to be epected but in so large a numbe...
PARLIAMENT OF QUEENSLAND. LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. THURSDAY, JUNE 13. ADDRESS OF CONDOLENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 18 June 1861
PARLIAMENT OF QUEENSLAID. bjdldged from the Brisbane Papers.) LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. THUXSDAY, JuNE 18. ADDRESS OF CONDOLENOE. Dr. HOBBS laid on the table a copy of a despatah, forwarded by the Duke of Newcastle to his Excellency the Governor, intimrcing the death of her Royal High ness the Duchess of Kent. He concluded by moving, without notice, that the House resolve into a committee ,of the whole, for the purpose of preparing an address to her Majesty the Queen, expressive of condolence on the occasion of her lamented bereavement. The motion was carried unanimously, and the House resolved itself into acommittee acoordingly. The following address, after some consideration, was unanimously agreed to: "Most graciouse Sovereign, "We, your Majesty's most dutiful and loyal subjeets, members of the Legislative Council of Queensland, in parliament assembled, approach your Majesty with feelings of the warmest loyalty and devoted attachment to your majesty's person and government, desiring t...
MONDAY, 17TH JUNE. [Newspaper Article] — Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 18 June 1861
MONDAT, Ifirn Sna. Before the Polioe Magitrste. . teer was fined 0e, or in default, twenty-four hur in the oell, for drubloennee. Robert Hatton. Varant At. Pleadred guilty. Fined = der. fouteen 'tdays in Her, Majesty's Gaol at r e a ne. e.- d L. ott and Rowland,1 21, B, Oribb anud . A. orbes; 22, G , Wilsonand A. J.mithj 28,-".A. Forbes and O~, Bir Dsasr •owov .,l rfr , , __ ila. wusP: ýewb" , sad ý
FRIDAY, JUNE 14. BOUNDARY LINE. [Newspaper Article] — Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 18 June 1861
- IDAY, Jt~ 1;4. BOUNDARY LINE. Mr. MOPPATT asked the Colonial Secretary, "Whether any definite anangement has been agreed to by the Government of this colony, with that of New South Wales, forsettlement or re.arrangement of the present inconvenient boundary line between these two eolonies; or what reply, if any, has been received to the letter of the Colonial Secretary of 18th March, 1860, forwarding a memorial of certain residents on out Southern frontier, praying action should be taken in this n.atter t" 'The COLONIAL .1 BERETARY said no definite arrangement hal been arrived at, but, from the corres pondence that had taken plate between the two colonies, lalhad no doubt thet coimisioners would 'be appointed on an early day. Of course that would -not mn any way aoeet the question of a new .and more southern hoandary. SUPEEME COUET BILL. On the motion ofthe A&TTORNEY-GENE RAL, the second reading of this Bill was postponsfor a fort night. DRAFTS ON ANIBKES SILL. This Bill wa...
LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. THURSDAY, 13TH JUNE. CHIEF CONSTABLES AND CLERKS OF PETTY SESSIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 18 June 1861
SLEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. ThURSSDAY, 13iT Ji'u . 'CHIEF CONSTABLES AND CLERKS OF 3PETTY SESSIONS. Mr. WATTS, in asking the questionof which 'he s-esterdeygave notice, sta:ed that he was induced to do 'so in consequence of receiving alettter from one of.the c suntry distriets.stating that the district ,eonstable and ,hief clerk had taken for their ueethe horse df a private. iudividual, and when remonstrated with, had aiserted that they'had a right todo so. The COLONIAL SECRETARY said thatoll.chief constables were required to have.a good horse ready for iimmediate use, and 'that no clerk of the 'BDr4i isi authorised to use the horse of a private individal with 'out firstobtaining the owner's permission.. COLONY TO THE BNORTHWARD. - Mr.'WATTS, pursuant to notice, asked the Colonial .Seeretary the following question :-" Could he give any Sexplanation with rahe:enceto a statement which appeared :in f.ribane newspaper on the 8th instan,'to thefileet -that his Excellency the Governor had sugg...
Local and District News. [Newspaper Article] — Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 18 June 1861
GotaI aubn Uurtcd1t N oam. W , be to draw the -atntion of members of the ln ,7try Volunteer Companyto the 64 fleet Wednesda eveling next is ared fr the election of oficern, when a foil attendance itsb!fbW desirable. Tit- . Barsnran . oaOrnces.-- We beg to return thanuk to the Posoffie authoflties'at Brisranme for the oourtesy,. which has been displayed in pioking out and forwarding ourn papa. db Repros., which have hitherto been delk untlU'the deapatch of tihe subse quent m?il " Tmn Eoisr.--Onthe esubject of the roads we ancot. be silent. Under the regime of New South Was wse were onstantly complup ing. Under our own Gover" meat and Parliament the thing is no" better, but on the contr wor Th nd ha been pent, bt in such a bl?dring way U to thrrow dieoredit on sce ?e. concerned. Looekyet Oust, which drains the entire eastern slops of the Dividing BEa Is till without a bridge, though to our know ,e e a fe or the ?at am yearn. £1000 has been woteZeo er a wo re.ate' ant/cal beg, at thete...
"HERE WE ARE AGAIN!" [Newspaper Article] — Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 18 June 1861
" M.EBE WE ARE AGAIl ." AND so the wheel has again turned I " Fortune has again smiled, and hope once more fills the breast of those who aspire to steer the vessel of the State of those who, scoffing at the unskilfulpeg of their predecessors, believe that it requires only themselves to form part of the vessel's crew to ensure a speedy passage, avoiding the danger with which they always believe the vessel to be beset, and from which they believe none but themselves can extricate her. Once more are the citizens of Ipswich called upon to fulfil their almost sacred function; once more have they an opportunity of making to day promises to be deliberately broken to-morrow; once more are candidates for Parliamentary honours to be shown that the pledges of Electors are as worthless as their owns that coercion is no longer feared and cajolery no longer effectual; that votes are now no longer the offspring of intimidation but of character and intelligence-at least such are now happily the inf...
LONDON WOOL REPORT. April, 1861. [Newspaper Article] — Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 18 June 1861
LONDON WOOL REPORT. April, 1881. Since the close of our last sales the few contracts masle have been chiefly for export, the qualities taken being for the most part Gape, which, at the earlier portion of the March sales, were much de pressed, and a profit of Id. to lid. was teadily obtained on this description by the dealers. The few first hand parcels of Port Phillip combing had ,changed hands, and in the North, at about last sales rates, to a shade in favour of buyers tgeneral feeling existing, that rates cannot be higher ; but, on the other hand, in favour of the buyers the large arrivals expected, which may reach 100,000 bales ; f so, it will be the largest number that has ever arrived in time for one series.. The arrivals to date are 55,000 bales, and as the next eales will not onmmence till 9th or. 16th May, the anticipated importmnay be fairly looked for. The easier state of the money market, coupled with a rather better feeliog ip the North, may assist materially our market,...
SATURDAY, 15TH JUNE. [Newspaper Article] — Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 18 June 1861
tATU.. . , IS? Jvf. Befor the Police Magitrate and G. H. Wilon JP.1. Riav. John D onPint 15a.,'or twenty-fpur hours in the sell, for dr nkur s. Re " -wed~d an rbon ' Fine Be, or twenty. urs .1.e t * , fm .drunb ,n.ess . George Smith; delivered up by his smreties Alezanier MeDonad end Bobert Jeffeys, they fearing I Al ecape I freh sureties were allowed by the -ench. Davidea .. Y. -e-Hermnan Plats sworn About six or even weeks ago there wa a man ofla. Sidelair's lodgin at the hou e of Ce plaintiff s led him to writ a letter home o his moth plaintiff tated to me that he had reeivedt m ' Clone. B Mr. Thompsona; the mnb who wrote the letter, Davddab iold me took hs £8 outi I don't moir if the ma took it out 'th witness Smithi recved three months in gaol for robbing plaintiff of a watch and chan ; plaintiff told me theRZi he got es from Clne, on aooount of wages For plainAil, £12 log, and aCd ON. ed. 'oete, to le recovered by distrsI in defult of adlnin suioi t it oe e dmaprispnel n her M...
LATEST CITY INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 18 June 1861
LATEBT CITY INTELLIGENCE. The English funds are a shade rthter, coiunTs being e91, 92 for money, and 92 for the acco? t, thenew three's aind reduced are 901 to.9 ). Long annuities 151. Exchequer bills 3s. die. to par; bank stock 233 to 2347. India Five per Cept.' Loan; 102 to 103}. DittoDebentures, 961. The market closed with an uneasy feeling, owing to the report that a Rusesian army of 60,000 men have been concentrated on the Prntb. The. Bank of. England made no change in their rate of discount to-day, and the moneymarket closed quiet but irm;: The shares of the great Ship Company are nomin ally 4 and 6 to 5 and 6 in an absence of business.
LATER FROM NEW ZEALAND. WAR PROSPECTS. [Newspaper Article] — Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 18 June 1861
LATER FROM NEW ZEALAND. WAR PROSPECTS. We have intelligence from Taranaki to the 14th May. The latest issue of the Taranaki Berald reports that the Waikatos hal resolved to support the King movement, and that the Ngatiruanuis, who had refusedto accept the terms of peace, had been requested by the Waikatos to inform them immediately if they were attacked by the British troops. There seems eivery prospect of renewed hostilities on a more extensive scale than ever, and the follow ing extract from a private letter will show that even at Taranaki the peace. concluded was but ephemeral and illusory - " New Plymouth, May 14th, 1861. "Last night, as one of a family of the name of Bishop from the Omrnato tockade, was passing Mr. William George's farm (about three miles from the town), he heard the report of a gun, and a ball passedcloee by him; he-looked round and walked three paces on, when another ball passed him on his left; he then made off, and another ball followed him, So much for our...
SYDNEY. Sydney, June 14, 1861. [Newspaper Article] — Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 18 June 1861
[raox OUR COOrEBPONDEaT.] 6Sydney, June 14 1861. It is seldom or ever your correspondent has had to complain of a plethora of news, yet such is the case in the present instance, so much so that one is at a loss to discriminate between the various topics which presest themselves as to which should be rejected or accepted, premising of course that it would be simply absurd to condense it into the narrower limits of a correspondent's despatch. Independent of our own affairs, the April mail has broughtusenoughto talk, think, and speculate about for another month, which arrives most refreshingly at a time during our parliamentary vacation, thus enabling us to devote our exclusive attention to its consideration, and affording us considerable more plesare than listening to the wearying small talk i and little-minded badgering of our psenudo states The Upper House problem is solved-the Executive have hatched their chickens--and ananounced to the world the names of the forlorn hope, and for ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 18 June 1861
FOR SALE BY THE UNDERSIGNED. THE CELEBRA NE RACE HORSE, CHARLES I. NTOW in .fall training, 5 years old, got by Vagrant,out of Insanity, by St. George. This a rare chance for sporting men,the Warwick entrances being re-opened he has a good opportunity of sweeping themeeting, it being his own favourite course where he has always won. FA'TTCORE and Co. Terms liberal. Further particulars at the 0fice, East street. 401 "IATTORINI and CO. have received instruct on5 J to dispose of by Private Contract, the well knewn race horse BEPPO. He is by Vagrant out of a St. George mare, rsihng five year old, warranted sound, and now in full training. His late performances at the Ipswide Meet will give the public an idea of his speed, although, then, fearfully out of osodition. He is still reserved as a maiden horse, so any purchaser can make certain of any maiden stake he may ran for. We unquestionably pronounce him the fastest horse in 'Queensland, in fact, he will turn out s second Ben Bolt. . The...
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 18 June 1861
BIRTH. On the 15th instant, at her residence, Ipswich, Mrs. W. Cracknell, of a daughter. MARRIAGES. On the 31st May, at Gayndah, by the Rev. Duncan C. &nbsp; &nbsp; Mackenzie, Mr. William Richardson, son of John Richardson, &nbsp; Esq., writer to the "Signet," Edinburg, to Jane Isabella, daughter, of Mr. Duncan McNee, late Procurator Fiscal of the Long Island, &nbsp; &nbsp; district of Invernessshire. On the 17th June, at St. Mary's Church, Ipswich, by the Rev. McGinty, Mr. John Noonan of Seven Mile Creek near Ipswich, and late of county Limerick, Ireland, to Catherine, second daughter of Mr. James Moloney, of Warrel Creek, near Ipswich.
IPSWICH POLICE COURT. FRIDAY, 14TH JUNE. [Newspaper Article] — Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 18 June 1861
IPSWICH POLICE COURT. FRIDAY, 14TH JUNE. Before the Police Magistrate. Ogilvie e. Bethune.-Vagrant Act. No jurisdiction. John Gee v. Thomas Delong.-Assault.--John Gee, sworn: Last Tuesday afternoon, about half-past 4 o'clock I bought a fish from another Chinaman; Thomas Delong came into my house and said I stole the fish, that it was his; I said it was mine, I had bought it: he knocked me down on the verandah , he hit me on the head,I bought the fish from Chas. By Mr. &nbsp; Chubb: I did not know that Chas had his fish to take to the steamer;- I do not know he is cranky; defendant hit me first. John Sing, sworn by the breaking of a saucer: On Tuesday last a Chinaman named Chas came and sold a fish to Gee; a short time after Delong came in and claimed the fish; Delong said that he had stolen it; Gee said he had bought it; they had a fight, both of them fell, Delong hit the first blow. Alexander Cochrane, sworn: I remember last Tuesday; I saw a dispute between Delong and Gee; ...