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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 25 June 1861

BIRTHS. On the 9th June, at Redbank, Wide Bay, Mrs. William J. Kable, of a daughter. On the 17th June, at Glengallan, Darling Downs, the wife of   John Deuchar, Esq., of a son. On the 19th June, at Brisbane, Mrs. John Murhpy, of a daughter.     On the 20th June, at Lytton, Mrs. McDonald, of a daughter. MARRIAGES. On the 15th June, at the residence of the father of the bride, by Rev. J. T. Hinton, Edwin Torrens Brissenden, of Cooyar, late of New York, to Agnes Anna, eldest daughter of John Kent, Esq., Police Magistrate of Maryborough, and late Assistant Commissary General to the Forces.   On the 18th June, at the residence of the bride's father, Brisbane, by special license (by the Rev. Charles Ogg), Mr. John McAlister, fourth son of Alexander McAlister, Esq., senior, Cosey, county Antrim, Ireland, to Margaret, eldest daughter of Mr. Charles Collier, late of Sydney.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 28 June 1861

MR. J. WII?SON, PBOI'ESBOR OF Mt$BIO Thorfstraoet TEE "TOOWOOMIJA CHIONIUILE," ANl QUEENSLAND ADVERTISER. A T the invitation of a large number of the most influettial inhabitants of Toowoomba and its vicinity, a WEEKLY PAPEn under the above title, will be published on or about the 1st July next, having for its object the record of pnassig events, and the publication of such reading matter as will tend to elevate the social and moral condi tion of its readers. Every exertion will be used to obtain and impart information on all matters appertaining to the dis trict, reports of meetings, police intelligence, and markets, a summary of parliamentary news, and a careful selection from the Queensland papers, as well as those from the sister colonies. its columns will always be open for the free in sertion of correspondence affecting the interests of the community, and the advancement of literature and science, provided it :e written in a temperate tone, free from scurrility and personal or...

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COLONIAL EXTRACTS. [Newspaper Article] — Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 28 June 1861

COLONIAL .EXTRACTS. SUDDEN i DoT~ UNDEtn SuatO0?tos CxOutou 6atANbEe.-Mr. Huggies, of Nadgingomar, died suddenly on Monday morning, under circumstances that-bave.given rise'at some Ogly suspicions. It appears that on 'Thursday last he wae at Braldwoods and in sorhe quarrel which had risen in the public .hbotse'r? we he teas staying, he had received a blow from some misesile-a Jug or a bottle-'on thehtack parteof the head. This, itis reported, was thrown at him by his stepson, Who since the affray has disappeired. Mr. Huggnsa returned from Braidtood on'Friday, and as already stated; died on Monday morning.-G obut rn 7hronic?e. ScdAt o i9SErE.--At.the Courthouse,-East Maitland, on Friday, Mr. Mark Symons Christian made applidation for compensation for sheep infected with the Scab, and destroyed under, the Act of Council known as "'he Soab in Sheep Act of 1861." -~tr. Christian deposed that ho. resided in W3eatWdw; d and wads a Maref M lied pomine sheep diseased, infected.with.th.scab....

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THE ENGLISH MAIL. [Newspaper Article] — Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 28 June 1861

(From the Home News.) The Paris papers publish the following protest of the Pope against the assumption of the title of " King of Italy " by King Victor Emmanuel: Rome, April 15. A Catholic king, forgetful of every religious principle, in contempt of all right, trampling under foot all law, after having by decrees despoiled the august chief of the Catholic Church of the largest and most flourishing part of his lawful possessions, now takes the title of "King of Italy." By this he wishes to put the seal on the sacrilegious usurpations whlich he 'has already accomplished, and which his government has manifested 'the intention of com pleting at the expense of the patrimony of the Holy See. Although the Holy Father had solemnly pro tested against each fresh enterprise by which his sovereignty was attacked, he is not the less obliged to make a fresh protest against the act by which a title is assumed the object of which is to legitimise the iniquity of so many previous ones. It would be ...

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SYDNEY. Sydney, June 24, 1861. [Newspaper Article] — Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 28 June 1861

SYDNEY. [FROM OUB CORESPONDENT.] Sydney, June 24, 1861. Oun propriety has been somewhat shocked, and our feelings considerably disturbed, by the appearance ofthe unexpected visitor and uninvited guest who now' adoine our southern skies; and still more so Wjr. an astounding notice which appeared in Satuirday's Empire, from our great amateur as trbnomer, Mr. Tebbutt, to the effect t'hdit "&she tail (ollhe. comet), supposing it to proceed direct from tthisune, will cross the earth's path on Saturday, at: a poiat which will be occupied by the earth on Tueriday, so that it appears the earth will have a narrde escape from being enveloped in the more diffused part of that appendage:' With unerring precision, and at a trensnaous speed it nears us,. whizzing through space at some millions of miles daily.. Is it safe to write this--to send this? Will -it Over appear in the 'columns oT the Ipsaoich Herald ? Whither will tti " blakingstar " drift us tot After all, one begins to think th...

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A VERY PERTINENT QUESTION. [Newspaper Article] — Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 28 June 1861

Mjj34s VAq kmau.i"i. Mamma.;`c,_n~t Tba 'A4r ahe beoause, u fin iear,. ar n games cb w a he~ ost'it swuelC his" .as other ;'~QI '>;

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IMPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 28 June 1861

IMPORTS. Telegraph: 3 cases confectionery, J. M. laugbes; 7 bales, 2 dirumsoil. W, Gayand Co.; 10 cases 4 n, 100 bags flour. 32 clests 19 half-chests tea, 9 kegs nails, B drums oil, l package, 4 ilfl-lierces tobacco, I ca?ue, I keg butter, ' bags maise, 5 kegs apples, 3 boxes raisinls, 2-boxes glanger, l ase salmon, I ease-oil, i truss, I hogshead oil, 4 dozen buckets, I ease, Wilson ; 5 cases, W. lHsser; 2bales, casee, S. Paris; I case, G. I). Reid: 100 bags flour, 2 eases eoffee. S ease wine, 2 quarter-casks port,.3 quarter-casks shersy, SO cases geneva Pastos and Co., I truss, A. A. Gasklarth; I ease, C. (orry; 60 bars, I bundle iron, 1 ease stores, I bellows, I bundle spades, I bogshead oil, I case, I keg, J bale cramps, 1 case, I cask red lead, I cabin stove, I package saddles,. I package tarpaulins, 2 casks bottles, 2 casks lwhiting, I case saddlery, Jones; 2 eases, Bank New South Wales; I ease, 1 parcel, Pesrry Brotbers; 7 cases, 1 bundle, C. Walker; I barrel csrrants. 2 Lobs...

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PRODUCE AND STOCK CIRCULAR. [MORT AND CO.] [Newspaper Article] — Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 28 June 1861

PRODUCE AND STOCK CIRCUAK.' tkoT AND co.]1 Woor..-Our sale to-day exhibited po dlteation in" t?t the few lots o8 ering are no ortron f ? of the market. . 60 bales were offesre 0 l whl eeepinog'' les sooured wool, sold ao ei bel6 SmasNersoxn--Lasrgero upptythan nieual of 6001 weresold. etfomdid for thel pot9ah ooi down sksno, to 7d and 8d for pare quality. · STALLOW very dull of sale. Only ew of 12,6 asho catalogued, being "ponb 3 immediate waunt of he tradhe. A1ar tallow in good shippiugT caoinditonb enseonek f beef tallow were withdnrawln. SHID?s.-This market, imtannu eemo he hides of good quaity ad' weight 10414 e , and all sold at late quotatio? FErtoiTO TO LONDoe .- "a*1 Wool, ~d. to 1. rj?e.) .Hide, 80so. per tq. s ',- '4 Tallow, 60s. ser ? on. ; Gold, *piboD-ailg Exchange fftp : mium at , 0 0' ` _. Private blla?.. witho o.- e b'?yptsf?iat)if da against wooltiioor. lqtd.-Gr. ' Superor ipe e. Sairtogoor b .........Ii O¶.. uI Grease. Loeka .piateo ¶bkeis lrdl oa Scpured ,. ..... ...

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EXPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 28 June 1861

ExrPOa'B. Clarcnce: lor Iaryborough-- box type, ex Yar Yman; I .parnecel,C. Trundle; I easkL, A.Cornawell;-13ags sug., I bogs. bead sugar, E. B. Forrest; I parcel, l plough. 1 parcel barnes, W. and B. Brockes; 2 trusses, 2 cases, J. ad G. Harris ; hogs. head lemonade, I case cle, Gadnr ld gel Csk, I bale, Perrn Brthers; 2 easks, 2 bundles plueplants, 2 bundles banana .lasts, .1 pLarcel seeds, 3 casks trees, A. 3. Hootknga; 2 cases, G. elliolt; 16 packages urmuture, 2 Loxes snddes, Hutton ; I ease, T.8. /aIry; 1 case geese, WIUson. For Gladstone-1a bags flour, S bagssalt, I oase rapery, 9 ca ases ollstores, 2 chests tea, 1 case currants, 3 bags rice, I keg raddle, 2 cases gin, 1 can nails, 2 lbuekets, 2 pots, cases, I-keg pes, 2 eask delf,'I spade, 1 parcel, - tress, 20 feet timber, 4Id bags egar, 4 cask plants, J. and O. I-aelr; I package, 1 truss, ex Telegrapht; 10 bags potatoes, I bag bran, L..'ashall; 10 Ibags ugar, 2 caes, E. B. FrreastT 2 bags sugar, I alft-clest ltea, I boiler...

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Commercial. [Newspaper Article] — Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 28 June 1861

The following produce his been reei've:--A b9. stores of Messrs. G. H. Wilson ana o.l-OlOisrI. F;, 2 bags wool, 4 bales shlisinb''e talow. TW & Co. At tie storesr ia IBas.-& wnsSdn Co. -35 bales wool, H. B. Fit2baleooL-SMH.

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LIST OF AGENTS. TOWN. [Newspaper Article] — Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 28 June 1861

:LST OP AGENTS. Town. Brlsktnestreet - ....... eM r. Wbitehead, bookseller tile I .psw.h.. r.johnsbnton, storekeeper Sw ney (Geogeslreet) (r. A. tpewl Brklwne8ef s-es trteet) Mr. 3. GooDwyn, stationer Mr. T. Dowse. Fertiede rFates........ Sir, G. Smith, chemist sangaroo Point e....... Mr. Quinn snoi k..........:...... Mr. Kingsford, storekeeper Cin Creek ...::..... r.P. Liday, storekeeptr reeoeomba .............. Mr. Eenett, tbreikeepeie Rsoc npl ....... .... MrL. S.andel Calandoore ...........,,, Mr. W. Elliott. Souh. Brisbane ........ Mr. Peterson, storekeeper

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LAND SALE, AT THE POLICE OFFICE, IPSWICH. ON MONDAY, THE 22ND DAY OF JULY, 1861. COUNTRY LOTS. [Newspaper Article] — Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 28 June 1861

LAND SALE, AT THE POIXCE O FIIE, IPSWICH. ON MONDAY, THE 22No DAY ON IJLY, 186I, COUNTRY LOT,. AM 1.381 . " £ .... 1. 1 131 ... 1 0 1 1 - P 'Pash'f god` 2 13 ... 27 .0 ,, . ntM9 53 .26?0 . : 4 254 23-V Oi ' .6 2 . 2 - . I-8 - , S 7 -276...3 0 8277 .2 ' 0Ii 10 27 ... 4 95 , 11 2808 11 0 0. 5 12 8 ...4810_g ? or 1 5 23 1.. 1 1 rt 1 28 .. 17 . . 17 286 2. 7 a t2 `.s' 2 2 ... 13 1 85. 5? 192 2 ?8 . 172 2 20 .6 :9120 S 22 22 ... 18. 220 5 23 232 .15 387 2 233... 2022 2 5 2 8= ?1 '-14 ." 387 .'. 295 ... 1223 2 1 1123 "... . 12 2 ' 3 '2322 "...l.'. . 38 - :" o .= . 3I 243 1 '.2 014 51 L mee 0"." .38 2415 0 0 .4 9 24 6. 11 0 . 402 ... 11 ]8 42 240 ... 30 2 . 43. 21 ... 203 3.2 . . .. .. 44 251 ... 20 324 45. 252 ... 122 o .8 40 1 18 0 2.8 18.. 50 47 2 18 0 5 50 48 8 1 0 11 4 0 49 4 18 0 2 4 60 J 50 5 18 0 2 4 ... 0 54 6 18 0 2 80 S- 7 18 0-2-4 50 - 53 1 49 0;-2 24 50,; 54 2 49 0 1 38 50 55 3 49 0 1 371 60 Parish' FIp 56 4 49 0 2 1 50 ) onf 57 5 49 0 1.32 50 Ith. 48 6 49 0 12a S 50 60 8 40 0...

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ARRIVAL AND CLOSING OF THE MAILS. MAILS ARRIVE. [Newspaper Article] — Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 28 June 1861

AJUCIVAL AD'CLOSINcG OF THE MAILS.: X&ATLS ARRVE. UFBOý BUIDA$LT-.Dailyntfii t.u JaOxD'roc, A1Ip ToowoorAr.-.-Suday, $ p.mn. End Tihursdy, 8p m. Fsox W& CL0&-Wedneedays, 2 p.m.; end Satur da1s, 2p.m.

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LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. WEDNESDAY, 26TH JUNE. PETITIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 28 June 1861

LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY . WEDnuESDAt, 2TH JunE. PETITIONS. Mr. R. CRIBS -presented a petition from certain im-" migrants who arrived in the colony during the year1849,. by the-ships Cl:asely and Fortitude, praying-the House to take into consideration their claimsupon-the colony forthe grants of lanhd which they were lead to believe they would be entitled to on their arrival in the colony. Mr..,MOFFATT presented a petition .saigned y by the Bishop, the.clergy, and laity of the Church of England, to the number of seven hundred and fifty, setting'forth that in consequence of the rules framed by the Board of National Education,'a.great injustice lust been idlicted upon the'Clhrch of 'England by their being deprived of any pecuniary assistance toward themaintenance of the schools belonging to that body, in 'wshich there weie up wardi of 800 children, and praying for redress. ,MESSAGE. -A message was received from the Legislative Council transmitting to the Assembly the resolutions passedby ...

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MAILS CLOSE. [Newspaper Article] — Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 28 June 1861

MAILS CLOSE, ioa BnIs wh.-8 p.m. dafy, '- ' o-B~uDBLrOlj ToowDox?A.--Ticsaay, at 11.45 wa .; ai a F rida y, . • t . Joa WAnI.-- Thuza y, at B p.m.s and Sunday, .Ts all for Sydney will close at eight o'clock lbis ovenion.

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LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. WEDNESDAY, JUNE 26. RECONSTRUCTION OF THE LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 28 June 1861

LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. WFDNEBDAY, JusE 20. RECONSTRUCTION OF THE L?EGISLATIVE COUNCIL. : I~ iMr. YALDWYN moved that the resolutions adopted osi a former occasion, relative to the reconstruction of the Legislative Council, be forthwith transmitted to the Legislative Assembly for their concurrence. Tile PRESIDENT explained that the first tesolutioi" contained a verbal error, inasmuch as it did not embody the amendment which he had the honor of moving, on a former occasion. The resolutions in an amended form were ordered to be transmitted by message ' t the Legislative Assembly. LEAVE OF ABSENCE. On the motion of Mr. GALLOWAY leave 6f absence for a fortnight was granted to the Hon. Mr. M'Connell. PETITION. Mr. YALDWYN presented a petition from the Bishop and certain members ofthe Chareb of England, complaining that the system of education in force now is not calculated to promote the interests of the church, or facilitate the intellectual development of the rising community. Petition rec...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 28 June 1861

FASSIIERN STUD. T IE Entire HoRtss PIONEER, -SII1DAR, YOUNG SUTFFOLIK, and BLUE ADMIRAL will stand this season at Fassifern. Season com mencing ]st September, 1861, and ending 1st June, 1862, a which period all males must be removed and paid for. PIONEER. !?his thoroughbred :horse, lately imported from England, is a beautiful. brown with black points, taends 15 21 hands high. Bred by the Earl of Sonr borough, and own brother to the famous horse Skirmisher, winner of the Great Northern Handicap in 1857. P.DIsoaEE.-PIioneer by Voltigeur, out -of Yard hatm, Granodam by Langar, Voltigeur by Voltaire, out of Martha Lynnru.- For further particulars sea Stud Book, VoL 8, p. 170. Voltigeur, the father of this horse,is the most fashionable blood in England, and 'without doubt one of the finest sires ever Eng land produced. " TTs- -10 gineirs each mare, SIDAiI, an Arab, is a bright bay, withl.black points, of immense power, 7 years old, and. has very lately arrived in the colony from Calcutta...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 28 June 1861

*ite Epdbia WwefE. T EtM 8: "Usnonicrrow.-The amount of nubmcrption to the Ipswieh lerald is Eight BShillings and Sixpene per quarter. Thp ouarter itermnmte on the .Oth September, Iset Deemerhe, hstt noarch, and 3Oth June, at tihleh perlods ??e.can subserihere ) dllbne, by giving notlie, and paying the amount due to the end (f th.eourrat quarter. Single copies, Sipenoe. ALnovantIxssma are -Inserted aecording to the following iela:- . 0. I. ?',.oe no ..... . . . .. .. 'Stx ines ...... ...... 2 0 Eight lines t . ...... .. 0...... Ever additonal leghtI ine ...... 1 V t TOhe following Dsconuo ls Ellowed on all advertinemmat eon Uinuud Pr lix insertions 0 per cent. Peor i weeks ...... 2 ditto. or-2. weeks.. ...... nl ditto. 0 r4F2rweeks...... 5 ditto. All dvertisementa must epeetfy on the face of them the number oftlm'they'dreJo'be inserted. or they till be eon otnned tillcountermanded, and ehargedaceotdingly. -Ordes for withdrawsl or asteratoneannot he reeelvedlater ,thart Toele, noon, ...

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DEPARTURE. [Newspaper Article] — Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 28 June 1861

DEPARTURE. June 25.-Clareet., steamer, 350 tons, Captain Caottier, for the lNorthern Ports. P.ussengrs- Sir C. licholson, iart., Messrs. F. Adamu, E. W. Lamb, Simpson,, and twvelre in the steerage.

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Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVAL. [Newspaper Article] — Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 28 June 1861

Slit~t n ntetrlligniic, -4-t- June 26,-Telegraph, steamner, 700 tons, Captain O'Reilly, from Sydney June 24lh. Passenters--)Dr. and Mrs. Handeock, Mr. and Mrs. it. it. Bloomiieid, ehtidren and servat, Mrs. Hitleoly and servant, Mrs. Olton and child, Mrs. Swingslone, Miss Orr, Rev. i. G. Wilson, Master MeDougtll, Messrs. A. W. Norton, J. Blunelt, U. Mrlot, C. Wilmls, D. Forster, Robinson, J. Allen, Humphreys, Martin, A. Hirst, W. Kearney, N. Bowres, Darby, Delitte. E. S. Antill, J H. Aniders?n, J. W. D)eeds, and aevren Jin the 2.-Ea-::gle, steamer, at Paddle, om Sdy. June 27.-Eagle, steamer, Captain Paddle, from Sydlney.

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