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DIARY. MEMORANDA TO NEXT PUBLICATION. [Newspaper Article] — Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 25 June 1861
DIARY. KMeaonANOA To ?rZT PTLr?CATo?N. SDNB. Sun .luIghWateeoosL J . I Rises. Snets. ( Morn. I Afern 2, I 7 F5DA T ...... I a ns 1 II I_ 06 I n08 so I .nv.nao ... .. s l S Q t 1 02 s I sonnAre ...... ~ s s 51 . s ) 8 a1 I 4 o JuLY. .1i 1 onar .......... I 4 a io 4 26 I 4 0 The dlfferene In time between bigh warer at Bar andB Brisbane is o hour 42 minutes, and Ipswieh S hours 20 minutes, rwhich dlieeooemust beudded to the time ofhgh waer on the Theuterly lwindsentheeoar t the BSay, n. the freshes lin theriver, often cause a vriation from our table, but these areu nere)yancidenolal, rad gonemed by no known tlaw. shose Subscrlbers to the fposele Herald who do not reecive their pspae regularly, would confer favour on the Msanager by immediately informing him of the same.
No Title [Newspaper Article] — Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 25 June 1861
We have frequently heard it mentioned as a matter of regret, that social- life in these colonies possesses so few of the attractive fea tures of society in the.old countries of Europe. It is-a common remark that even the children are hard, precooious, miniatureAmen and women, who play as though they were engaged in some serious matter-of-fact business instead of with the 'hearty joyousness that in the mother country seems natural to childhood. And amongst the grown-up people there is far too: little of sociality and kindly feeling towards one another, Each one seems inclined'o hold himself aloof from his neighbour, as though he were determined that no one should share his pleasures or sympathise with his misfortunese; and so it comes toepass that the disunion in our small commnities~. roods dissension;: and "envy, hatred, malice, and all uncharitable ness" abound ;much more than they ought to do. . This is an evil which seems charactesstic of, new countries, and is, perhaps, to some...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 25 June 1861
E10 BEWARD. T ILT give the above teward to any paryr' Lparties that shall give such information that may lead tdo te. recovery. 'oTf GEORGE an MICHAEL M'KENNY, my apprentices, who have absconded from my service. JAMES lASRTON, Proprietor ot'ht6 Brtish and Ameridea Circus. SONG- OP A SORE-BACKED HORSE. 7J 3 tthlsat-4here'e a "bhrster" to bruise all 1_ your bones, Neighed my spirited nag, end be grinned tiko boear Ashe bnck-jmped te over his head n he stones 'Then kicked tp his heels in the air as he aeore. Odds, kuaskersnd vatsmeat taesta What do you mean. - Youvragh riding Russian, you hide rasping elf.' Blad.luk to yow, ain't you ashaued tobe seen.: . lu teo back of a wpoor: acabby beast like ull Under mypsadale~lmy cmaupie q ana glob, v asedderndera raw as a' aflitc or eal,' And though Ieve tfteh heard you extolling nmy worth " It's plain-yoe old savge, o pity you feel When the price of poor dinner (odds, gripes and starvatiom,, You. grudge three and sir pence to heal my poor back...
EXPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 25 June 1861
vnxen: 16 casks tallow, 55 hides, Rnssell .and Taylor; 638 casks talow, T: de tL. offatt ; 6d e wol. w 9 packages sksl., 108I hides, . Raffand Co.; 60 hldes; . Taylor; 2l hides, 2 cases bacon, cask tallow. R. B. Wan; I3 bags dlour, B. Celbb; 5 cash walmon, C. Tewton ad aC . The l Ogertdo; . fenny, dlOsshber, ecmak ea a ?ofl com l of emigrants for Moreton Bay, under the charge of J. We.st, q,.s sure upplntandeat; snd the ?ollswi?g is an analysis :-40 msaredcesapleS, 11 single me, 120 slngle women, 28 boys., 17 ir. ?-.d 6anl ts; numberoan souls, 70, equal to M.lt?blte adults. She saled n Moo?dy April I,. TberoI-: gis scopy ofher msa2nest:--58'boselsbeerl glass, 1; ,,pcsrt.2., -sops, .213 £n ha, 5 7; .s..piolls; sco, ral ., £a2.; bo£oks, LL; 2000 brll, 14,s kl4te9,'8ea .u, $29014 ewt~udles, carpets, $62;; cottons, 8678; asfeetlonery, "$85; 4eagi, ` 100 - 'earthenware, £250i sralt nib, 991; bcwt. fruits, Blass, 9222); troamonnas. r £0953 hberdasb,.Sfl· uboaiy, £yIclaoMhg, Zd3gll ds;':i;...
THE ENGLISH MAIL. [Newspaper Article] — Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 25 June 1861
TEE ENGLISH MAIL. -Ve take the Tollowing from the Home Newe: MARRIAGE OF A CLeRGYMAN BY HIuI ELF.-A decision has just been given in the House of Lord: in theimportant case of "Leanmih v. Beamish.' The case came before the House in the form of at appeal from'the Irish Court of Exchequer, affirming ajudgment of 'the Court of Queen's Bench. tDr John Samuellleamishhal two sons, the eldest, ths 'late Rev. Samuel Swayne Beamish, and the second, Mr. Benjamin Swayne 'Beamish. Henry Albert Beamish is-the only son of the Rev. Samuel Swayne 'Beamish, who died in his father's lifetime, and Henry Albert Beamish. was therefore entitled to succeed to certain'lands as heir-at-law of his grand. father. .His title, however, was disputed by his uncle, Benjamin Swayne Beamish, the second son of his grandfasber, on the groun -thet .he was notthe legitimate son of the Rev. Samuel Swayne 1-3emlibh. That gentlemnu,in 1831, went through the ceremony of a marriage in a private room in- a house in Coik, "with...
LIST OF AGENTS. TOWN. [Newspaper Article] — Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 25 June 1861
LIST OF AGENTS. Brron.maat ....... . Whitehea, boobelbr LU• pa ae........ Msn. ohstset, storekeeper. ' .. otnr.ar. Sydney tieotta srena fMr. A. Lewis Brtarane Qaeraen-sfrem Mr. . Gooaty, stationer S Mr. bowibse Fortitude Valey......... Mr. G. Smitt ehemist Kangaroo Pat ....... Mr. Quinn Wrarnk M.............. Mr.xingnfird, storekeeper Canal Creek ............ Mr. P. 1iddy4, strekkeplr Taaoowmba ............... Mr. Bennett, storekeper Rockhampton .....*...... M L. Sandel Coarndoon .............. Mr. W Elliott. south Brybae ......... Mr. Peterson, storekeeper Toaloam Digginga ..... Mesars. BettabDrysda4e, and Cameron, storekeepers. Dratse .................. Mr. T. selth, faarvey and
INDIAN VERSUS AMERICAN COTTON. [Newspaper Article] — Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 25 June 1861
INDIAN VERISUS AMERICAN COTTON. Tae following letter appears in the London 'econo. mist of April 13: The City article of yesterday's Times contained a letter on the probable supply of cotton for the ensuing year, which intimatedan impression on the part of the writer thatsomeunaccountableprcjudioe existed in the minds of Lancashire manufacturers against the use of East Indian or, as it is usually termed, Suret cotton, of which it is alleged, but for this "prejudice," almost any amount could be supplied. "It is impossible (says the writer) to ascertain what are the realobjectionson the part of English manufacturers to Surats." It is not only impossible, but it is very easy. Any Lancashire spinner or manufacturer could at once give the required information; and we need scarcely observe that to charge men of business like English manufacturers with a "prejudice" against any article which is cheap to buy and profitable to use, is simply childish. The objections to Burat cotton (as compa...
IMPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 25 June 1861
Yarra Yaa: 50 bars Iron, nnts tuth, 1 ea,. 122 nih weights, 1f-wheels, biundle zinc, 1 bundle saws, James Mirk well; 42 bare 9 bundles Iro, 6 grindstones, 2 crates, 9 boxes algs, I box sundries, S casks, I bundle hindles, 2 bundles boards, I bundlefeks, lean veamlsh, 2 cases, I tlere;l cask,' I wood keg, Luox thu, 1 bundl basketl , poIs, 3 kegs als, I cald wore, 2 eesPetry Burthers; 2 case, ILA. Abbott; I case, tbluso'n ; 4 st-irehplstes, J. Flml ng ; 2 boxes, 1 pacrage, 6 ca. i pl oes, A. Keth; IS cas., I cb, begn bags polars, '1cueg butter, C. OlBebos; 29 bags Dfur, 20bles, ppottors, 4rcate fruit, 0 bags mine, A. . LHoeklnpgs; 40 bags potatoes, 4 easks olacL g, L Ollver; 2 zases chairs, Carter ant MIumy; Iense chainr, Brydn; 2 trunks, . rogsn ; I p ,are seeds, D. F. ,obertl; I bags corm, rder; 1 rase, M.C. 'Conell ; 2 trunks boots. ues,1 cask truit, I ease,Klusela; I ese ASated ware, Pavelle Brothers; I are, Cptsin Bsllansbn; Kas, ul ro.k; 6 boxos, Iboedsestd, garish; Iparcels,J. ...
TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 25 June 1861
TO CORRESPONDZNT,& bo notice can be taken of anonymous communi cations. Whatever is intended for insertion,] must be authenticated by the nome and address of the writer, not necessarily for publication, but as a guarantee of his good faith. We cannot undertake to return rejected communi cations. EWhile our columns will be always open to the insertion of correspondence on subjects of local and general interest, 's do not, by any means , hold ourselves responsible for the sentiments that may be expressed. TUESDAY, JUTE 2s, 1861.
LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. THURSDAY, JUNE 20. QUESTION OF PRIVILEGE. [Newspaper Article] — Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 25 June 1861
LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. TEURSDAY, u ? o 20. QUESTION OF PRIVILEp. t1r. BAFF claimed the indulgence of the House for a few minutes, that he might call attention to a matter which affected its priileges.. lHe referred to an ocurenoe in a commiite of 'le whole House yeterday, when an Lon.member indulged in a habit, which, if persevered in, could not fail to bring 4isgrace on the House (he. referred to the habit of Imputing motives to. hon. members), and made use of language towards himself which he had no doubt would be ruled to be disorderly. The hon. member for Fortitude Valley finding that he was absent in the division on the question for a vote of £15,000 for the bridge, called his conduct onwardly. He contended that even admitting that the hon. member gave what he knew to be the. true reason he had no right o aply auah a term, or even to notioe lls absenoe .atal.. ~What would the hon. member for.Fortitude Palls1 lars thought of hiin (Mr. Raiff what would the House have thought of hi...
BLUE ADMIRAL. [Newspaper Article] — Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 25 June 1861
BlUE ADMIRAs, A eavy Draught Horse, a rich bay, 16 hands' high, 8 years old. Got by Mr. Jos$EP FLNo'sl imporTed horse Blue Admiial, out of a very superior Clydesdale mare. This is a fine colt, and has got immense power and bone. Termsa: 3 Guineas per Mare. The Passifern Paddocks are very large, and well grased and watered. Every care will be taken of the mares, bhut no responsibility incurred. P.S.--Any parties wishing to book mares to the' above-horses must apply early, in writing, as only' a limited number can now be takenfor each horse.. .Pa? sern, 25th June, I88L
FRIDAY, JUNE 21ST. [Newspaper Article] — Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 25 June 1861
FBm?A, y~uoa S??. The Sep?Rn took the chair at twenty iminutes past 10o'clock. PSS1SION TO CAPTAIN WICKObAI Mr. .I ORIBB begged.to move the following resolB tion, 6f which he ysterday gave notee, vic, " That thi house will, on Tesday iext, :reselve itelinto a commit tee of the whole, .to consider df. an address to the Governor, praying that his'Eeellency -will be pleased to cause to beplaced upon thesupplementary estimates for 1861 a sum not exoeedingS00, by way of pension to Captain F. C. Wickham,~~.,in compensation for the. loss of his office as government resident, consequent upon the erectionf Queensland into a separate noloy." .In: genera s as'rule, he was opposed to the 'priciple of granting pensions to government ofof rs, but this was a special ease which could never occur again in the history ofthe oelpny. If the colony did not make some such recognition as'that proposed to the services of Captain Wickham, they would be subjecting a very deserving man to a great hardship. (C...
YOUNG SUFFOLK. [Newspaper Article] — Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 25 June 1861
YOUNG SUFFOIL. a- vtyhhavy braught Horse, seventeen and a half' Lands high. This magnigicent horse has just been imported into the colony,-is a dark bay, of beauti Mul. temper and immense power and bone,'rising 7 ears old, Buch a horsels seldom to bpmet with, and as well worthy the attention of breeders 'who are deesrous of rearing heavy draught stock. Price-Three Guineas.per mare. 'YoUNG S trFOLO'S PEDIGESS.-Sire, Drayman, Dan:nby'Hercules, g. dam by Clinker, g. g. dam by Farmer's Glory, g. g. g. dam by Clydesdale.
VARIETIES. [Newspaper Article] — Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 25 June 1861
VARIETIES. REMOaAB-BLE AaarAGE CatE.-A remarkable trial has just terminated in.the United States, by which a lady named Gaines, after thirty.years' liti gation, has becoaie the richest woman. in America. One aofhe earliest, settlers in Louisiana was Daniel Clark, who was at. the. hoad of the, monetary and sooial circle of that State, on accunt of. his great business talents, w'ealth, and .agreeable person and manners. In 1802]he married secretly a beautiful Freechwomnl, :named Zulime Carriere: She had been married to Jerome de Grange,. who had repre sented himself as a nobleman, but who turned out to be a.coiifectioner, and likewise a bigamist. In 1806 Zulime'bad a daughter byClark named Myra, the present Mrs. Gines... Zuline went back to New Orleans to obtain proofs of her first husband's ras cality, in order to be.eiabled to have her marriage. with Daniel"Clark made'public, and while she was gone Clark became enamnured with a .Miss Caton,. and was engaged to marry her. She however...
Commercial. [Newspaper Article] — Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 25 June 1861
Mn. CooOBURN reports e sale of 1000; head of cattle, at 35s. per head;:, The following produae has been received:--At the' stores of Messrs. G. H. Wilson and Co.--128 hides, 5 baea sheepskins, 5 bags empties,. TW & Co. At the' tores of Messrs. W. Gray and Co.-IObalea wcol, Aih diamond. At the stores of Messrs. H. V. Hasesll an: Co.-21 bales wool, B & T. -,
PRODUCE AND STOCK CIRCULAR. [MORT AND CO.] [Newspaper Article] — Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 25 June 1861
iRODUCE-AND i 8OCK CCIRCULA;IL . [(MOT AND C0.] - . .' Wool-Only ten bales were catalogued, nd of these seven bales, Ifield, scoured wool, were bougit in at.22d per lb. , _ - , . " . . " ; SnEP?Sss.--Good supply, aod, for ksin of average:j quality, late rates are fully maialined. Onelot.oflambs', skins fetched 10d per:-b.; litbhe, paicels fom s6i 4d o 8d.. . TALLow.-Shipping parcels in gooa de i4"an at am" advance on late quotations. HTrDEs.-This market is ery. ull, and cs means satisfactoytothesealler, 'Tbelbgb'etp.ra.jsbtaod to-day for good heavy hides ta l?sSd'Ba ' " ., FnrEtGHIS 'To LoNsso ". ''' Wool, f&'id ld. .ibp.r;'r . . lb . , : ." -,. Hides, 0Ss.'per on. Tallow, 60s.per to. Oil, Iper't*f spae-r apsn *Gold, & per cent. byaahg, B in IIsytern; Exohange nonon n--m ink diafts It per ent. nioc:e mium-at 60 dys' sight. '"f:--'t.:,:; :: : Private bille with' prora hipc" hhaecated) if dirawni aga?instVrltal low, er gold,-ar. :' . -"
PRICES CURRENT. WOOL. [Newspaper Article] — Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 25 June 1861
SSuperior elips.................... Fair too o ....................,. Lowto miuddng...............;. : .reas :.. . ..... ..... Locks, pioces, "broken wool', c. " ; * Scoured ,. , 'F;^ . ............ o..-t o ? 0 S-ltio tl?ow....,....... , 8Bs0 o tO .4 So" o O , i e,.as., . -...... "07A 6 to o 9t. . . . .,
COLONIAL EXTRACTS. [Newspaper Article] — Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 25 June 1861
COLONIAL EXTRACO S. LeAMgo FrLAT.-This district is getting notori ons for daring outrages and robberies committed by men mounted and armed. Two men named Good win and Cameron, were yesterday brought in by the inhabitants of the Lachlan and Bland, -where they had been committing robberies with violence, day after day. four men stuck up the Jimalong public-toase, on the Lachlan River, tied all the ii mates together, and ransacked the. house. One man, a brother-in-law of the landlord, who was rpproaching the house at the time, with a consider able sum of money, managed to escape. They fired a pistol, and then a gun at him, the latter lodging Sote sixteen sings in his shoul3er. They then left, proceeding towards the Bland, met a boy and stock man of Mr. Strickland's, from whom they took their horses, and took another horse from one of Mi James Chbsholm's stockmen. 'The people of the Lacblan determined that an effort should be made to capture such notorious rascals. Some eight or nine st...