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LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. THURSDAY, 27th JUNE. COAST AND HARBOUR PLANS. [Newspaper Article] — Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 2 July 1861

LEGISLA£TIVE ASSEMBLY. THUrnDAY, 27th JuaE. COAST AND HARBOUR PLANS. In reply to 'Mr. WATTS, the COLONIAL SEC RETARY said the Government would shortly publish some lithographic maps of Lieutenant Heath's survey. DURATION OF THE SESSION. In reply to Mr. BLAXENEY, the COLONIAL SECRETARY said that, as far as the Government was concerned, the session would be brought to a close in the month of July. DUTIES OF CLERKS OF PETTY SES SIONS, &c. In reply to a question of Dr. CITALLINOR, the COLONIAL SECRETARY said it was the duty of Clerks of Petty Sessions to attend at their offcee between the hours of 10 a.m. and 4 p.m. (2.) In addition to their duties as clerks to the Bench, they were in most eases charged with the duties of land agents. (3.) The Chief Constables were responsible for all matters con nected with the management of the constabulary, and the preservation of the peace of the district. (4.) The Ser geants have special charge of the severalpatrols, and are immediately ans...

Publication Title: Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser
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DEPARTURES. [Newspaper Article] — Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 2 July 1861

DEPARTUTRES. oJune28.--Don Juan. schoooor, 190'ono, taprin Arnrldor Sydney. Passengers-Four of the crew of the Harp, and seven In the steerage. -June 29.-Telegraph. steramer, 70 tons, Captanln O'Reily, for Sydney. Passengers-lev. and Mrs. P. T. reawsome, Mrs. J. Lones, Mrs.Ro.. Omlth,. Miss ackenzie, reonssrs. Shaw, Bland, Hieiy, lMangley, E. W. Veney, T. i. AtkLonsnr , Shrwood, Massle, Porbwry, an? seven in the steeroge. June 29.-Eagle, steanmer, 200 tong, Captaln Paddle,.for Port Deinlson, ia Rorkhampton. 1Passengers--Mr. and Mrs. Codner, Captaln Towns, Lleutenant Iaath, Messrs. D. Bennett, E. 8. Antill, J. Hump?reys, T. H. Hood, A. C. Gregory, W. Drooks, T. Hartin, -. Jholoaon, W. Klearney, Dr. Bempster, and-twenty In the steerage. -

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PARLIAMENT OF QUEENSLAND. LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. THURSDAY, JUNE 27. MR. O'HALLORAN. [Newspaper Article] — Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 2 July 1861

J'ARLIAMENT OF QUEENSLAND. ---~- .(Abridged from the JBri?eanePapers,) LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. - eceieiaY, JUNE 27. ER. -O'HAIiLORAN. In reply to a question by Mr. Brown, Dr. HOBBS -aid, the G3overnment did.not permit itsallcvers0tot ftRllc in runs directly or indirectly. The Government had not received any representations whatever as to any Commis sioner of Crown Lands selling runs in the northern or in any other districts. The Government would be quite willing to lay on the table any.eorrespondence wvith Mr. O'Halloran, if the hon.member would specify what was avanted. DRA3PTS ON BANKERS BILL. Dr. HOBBS smoved the saaond reading of this Bill. Dr. FULLERTON said the Bill was admirably cal culated to servetheb merchant or wealthy man, but it. would be a great ineo~venieneeco the poor man, for if he .took a cross cheque for wages e he could not get it cashed. As it was, hoe thought banking establishments in this colony were conducted very arbitrarily. He considered that the combination ...

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IMPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 2 July 1861

sIMPORTS. Volunteer.: 4 packages furniture, 0. Luklnr; I?,0bgs donr, 17 chest 45 half-bchestn'te. G. Hai and Co.; 4 bales paper. T. B. .nLephen ; SJO bags flour, 40 boxes.crtridges, J. and G. Harris; I rase, Mrs. oberta; 5 qoarter.caks'Jionegar, S barrels eatmeal, '25 baerels apples, 251 barrels apples, .0 ceases geneva, 400 bags toor, 5 casks soda, I ease raisins,. I e biscuLts, h bales paper, 10caues ale, C. Wllms; 12 rolstChlnsmattuinitS bn andso'dste; 254 bags maize, R. S. Warty; 2cases vostas,6 DGaes earthenware, 2 aurs merehandlse, Order; 4 cases sulphurle ail, Bartlett. Yanm Yarram: 1 case, . 'Gray. 1 parcel, Robaerts, 1 case, Courtney ; 1 cask plants, T. Cribb ; 6"bags "potatoes, 44 cases frlt,2 kegslbutter, B. Buleock; I pareelJ. Wilssn; iease, t bundle bedding, J.iMurpLy: S cases, 2 casks bhlck, ?lsfilbarrels heurlngs, 1 bex arorwoot, C. O'B01en.; parcel, C. Pcnfold; ; boxes tools, I package, 2 emptyboxes, osplnall; ? cases, i package paper. h bores candles, 5 bags malze, ...

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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 — 2 July 1861

Ocgisnal Correspoftilezlte, i{PWlie?e our columns will be dlways open to the insertion of correspondence on subjects of local Sj and general interest, we do. not, by any means, shold ourselves responsible for the sentiments that .may be expressed] To the Editor of the Iparnich Herald. 'Sm,--On looking over the coluums of your valuable I jourral of last Friday's issue, my attention was attracted by a Notice of Motion placed before the .Ipswich Town Council, by a member of that body, for the purpose of Slevying a small wharfage on all goods, cattle, and horses S'anded or shipped at the 'Ipswich Wharves. The idea,. Mr. Editor, in my estimation, is a good one, and I do really truest, that no member of the Ipswich Town Council will have so little regard for theinteresta of the .rate-payers as to oppose the motion. -A .RATE-PAE?E. .Ipswich, July 1.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 2 July 1861

FAS SIFERN STUD. THE Entire Horses PIONEER, SIRDAR, YOUNG SUFFOLK, and BLUE ADMIRAL will stand this season at Fassifrnr. Season com nencing ] st September, 1861, and ending 1st June, 1S0G, at which period all mares must be removed and paid for. JOHN CRAId, Jun., PIANOFORTE TUNER .AND REPAIRER, S School of Arts, Ipswihb. " Seven .years with Collard and Collard. -Terms, 10sGd. 48 1O'R UNRESERVED SALE On the 1st of AUGUST next, By order of the Mortgagee, if not .previously sold 'by private contract, of which notice will be Sgven, - THE JUNCTION STATION, STogeiher with the Stock at present -thereon, con "' sisting of 7'00 Head of Horses m 1 900 Head of Cattle . more or less. i 'his . Station is situated at the confluence Sof th- Weir River and Western Creek, in' the tri*it of Darling Downs. It is very-compact, p l ;. ere and Grassed. "Distance from .-?m?ayton ? :aheut94 miles: the-neighbouring stations reDnrunorem, Western CreekRetreat,and Werangoa. " Estimated capabilities, 4000 cattle...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 2 July 1861

loe Iplvfrft 3eraFD, - 4 .TElMB: BnesenrrToto.--The amount or sebserli?tion to the Ipswlch Flfrald is Eight Shillings and Sixpence per "quarter. Toi qualners terninate on the 901h September, slat December, lest March, ond 30th June, at which perlods only can subscribers detline, by glving notice, and paying tile amount due to tie end of te current quarter. Single copies, Sixpence. Anvaa nglemISENTS are insrted according to the followaln scale: Two llnes .... Pour lines .....2 x lines ...... ...... ...... 2 Eightlins .. .......... 0 Every addltionalelght llnes ......1 0 ?Thc following Dsconasn iallowed op all advertisements ooa Ilnuod Sor six insertions 1l per cent: Ior I weeks ...... 25 ditto. For 26 weeks ...... 331 ditto. Fonr 52 weeks ...... 6 dietto. 'All advertaiements must specify on the face of them the umberof tlmes ithey are to beo inserted, or they will be eon "tinuea tillcouotermanded eand charged accordingly. Orders for withdrawal or alteration'cannot be recelved loten :...

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SIRDAR. [Newspaper Article] — Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 2 July 1861

-SRDUAR, an Arab, is a bright bay, with black .points, of immense power, 7 years old, and has very lately arrived in the colony from C(alcutta. He is pro -nounced by competent judgesato be, without excep tion, the eLreit caste and most stylish Arab ever landed in this country. lirdaris the winner ofseveral crack races. Price for each mare, Five Guineas.

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PIONEER. [Newspaper Article] — Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 2 July 1861

PIONEER. This thoroughbred horse, lately imported from England, is a beautiful brown with black points, stands 15 2- hands hiigh. Bred by the Earl of Scar borough, and own brother -to the famous horse Skirmisher, winner of the Great Northern Handicap In 1857. ,PIenoaas.-Pioneerby Voltigeur, out orf Yard ham, Grauddam by Lang.r, Voltigeur by' Votaire, out of Martha Lynn. For further particulars see Stud Book, Vol. 8, p. 170. Voltigeur,thle father of this horse,is the mostfashionable blood in England, and without doubt one of the fmest sires ever Eng land produced. Terme--10 guineas each mtre,

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IPSWICH POLICE COURT. FRIDAY, 28TH JUNE. [Newspaper Article] — Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 2 July 1861

.IPSWICHI POLICE COUNT. FInAYr;28ne JnE. Bcr?ono G. H. Yilson, J.P. Regina v. Atkin.-Vagrant 'Act Profane sweaiing; :prirsoner pleaded guilty. 'Fined ]Os., in 'default-twenty four hours in the cells. Regina v. Thomnas Hanlan.-Drunkenness on the.27th -June. Fined 10s. Before T. Rowlands and G. H. Wilson,J.P.'s. Regina v. Skinner.--'The defendant was charged writh a breach of the Publicans' Act, in abandoning his licensed house. He pleaded guilty, and was fined sa., and.4s. Gd. .coats, and.the license to be cancelled. ROSTEno ro J?Y.--2, R.J. Sminh a3d'J.:P.1Bell; :5, F. A. Forbes and H. Challinor.; , J. Panton eand J. s"anken; 12, T. De L. -Moffat-.and Dr.Lucas; ,16,0 G. Faireloth and B. Cribb1 19, T. Rowlands and E. W. Lamb; -23, J. Fleming.and G. .H. Wilson; 26; R. J. Smith and J. Panton; .3d, J. P. Bell.and G. I. "Wilson. SMALL DENTS' CoURT. -?°Tly'~8d, . 'P. Bell, T. .:lRowlands, and G. H. Wilson.

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Local and District News. [Newspaper Article] — Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 2 July 1861

Lotal anrb Jistrict N1W, . ' TE SYTDNY aItA will close at half-past eleven this forenoon; and an hour sooner for newspapers and, registered letters. Mn. O. P. Cesnn, of this town, has been appointed by the Governoent of New South Wales, Commissioner -of Affidavits, and to take evidence for the Supreme Court of that Colony. PAsionau Lausns.=Tho Gazetle of Saturaay con tains the following additional regulations for facilitating pastoral leases under the 24th Victoria, No. 16:-" 1. the holders of annual leases for pastoral purposes, who may desire to renew their leases.under the 24th Victoria, -No. 16, must apply to'theChief Commissioner of Crown Lands for leases for five years under the said Act, and such application must be made at least six months prior to the expiration of the present leases, which will 'terminate onthel31st Deceniber, 1861. 2. Applicants for leases must name a fit and -proper -person, to act as valuer on their behalf, and -the -Commisieoner of Crown Lands will act...

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TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 2 July 1861

TO CORRESPONDEEJ'S. No soroce can be taken of anonymous communi .cations. -xVamtever is intended for insertion, must be autlhenticated by the name and address of the writer; not necessarily for publication, but as a narantee of lis good fait. We cannot undertake to return nfjedted communi cations. TUESDAY, JULY 2, 1861.

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DIARY. MEMORANDA TO NEXT PUBLICATION. [Newspaper Article] — Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 2 July 1861

DIARY. NSNonENDA To NE?Tr SF.?XCATION. Sun Il ghtWateeronle J . Rses. -1 Sets. I orn. I AItern 2 1 TnEnnAY ...... 6 44 5 4? 114$ 5 3 l WEDNESDAT ...: 1 6 4 "-1 5 14 .I6 . 6 16 4I TUonseAT ...... 1 6 53 | 6 15 6 381 7 0 5 1F DAY ......... I 53 5 15 ( 7 20 1 7 44 S 1SSB*TanDAY ...... 1 53 1 5 15 8s 10 1 8 7 S Saor Y ......... I 6 a5 5 5 l620 1 4 -9 35 8 I Moln?r ........ I t 52 1 5 16 I 4' 0 0 104O The difference in tIme between high water at the Bna and. riusbanels I boure 5 minutes, and Ipwich '5 hones 25 minutes, wbhitch dlffenee nmusteadied to the time of igh water on the 3ur. Theeeasteriy windson thei e c t the Bay, and the mephes In therlver, often cause a r?riation from our table, but these are merely aelidental,nd governed by nonolwniaw. hose -Subscribers to the I'pnewih Herald who do not -receive their papers regularly, would confer ts favour on the Manager bytinmefliatcly informing h]imof the same.

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THE BIRTHDAY BALL. [Newspaper Article] — Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 2 July 1861

TIlE IRTIHDAY BALL. TaE Aonual Ball, given by his Excellency the Governor in honor of the Queen's e Birthday, -wos postponed on account of the death of tho Duchess of Kent, from the 24th May until Friday last, the 28th June, the anniver eary of her Majesty's Coronation, Unfortunately, it commenced to rain heavily in the early part of the evening, and many were thus prevented from attending until a late hour, and there were fewer ladies present than would otherwise have been the case. At twelve o'clock there must have been about two hundred and seventy present, which las quite a sufficient number to fill tihe room comfortably, without inconveniencing the dancers or endangering the corne of those who, for want of partners, bad to content themselves with looking on. The Ball was held in the long room in the Immigration Barracks, which is about 85 feet long and 25 foot in width. It was very nicely decorated with flags, and stars formed of bayonets, and wase tastefully and pro fasely hun...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 2 July 1861

?Y was with feelings of the utmost indig nation that we heard that an attempt was about to be made to "gag" the Press, by means of a Bill that would'be introduced by thesCotLoNAL' ScaORETRlx, under the pretence of defining 'hle powers and privileges et Parliament. - We were horror-stricken at the idea that the Panes MnmarISEconptemplated the sacrilege ofviolating the sanctity 6i the - Palladium of British Liberty. But we have since read the Bill, and we breathe inore Treely. It appears.to us to possess the properties which are popularly ascribed to a'chip in porridge, and to be capable of effecting no great amount of good,, and of doing quite as little harm, so far as the Press is concerned. The Parliamentary Privilege Bill is not a lengthy document, as it contains only sixteen short clauses. The principal feature is that both Houses of Legislature have conferred upon them the power of enforcing the attend ance of witnesses betore Committees; and df punishing them summarily, in case...

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LIST OF AGENTS. TOWN. [Newspaper Article] — Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 2 July 1861

LIST OF AGENTS. Town. Brisbane-street ......... Mr.TWhitehead, booko oltor Little Ipswidc............ Mr. Mr. Johnston, storokooeeper Sydney (George-street) Mr. A. Lewis Brtsbane( Guen-street) Mr. J. Goodwyn, stationer Mr. T. Dowse Fortitude alley ......... Mr. G. Smith, chemist Kangaroo Point .......;. Mr. Quinn IV'arwckd.................. Mr. Kingsford, storekoeper Canal Creek ..... ....... Mr. P. Liddy, storekoeper Toowoomra ............... Mr. Bennett, storekeeper Itokhampton ............ Mr. L. SBandel C?tandoon ............... Mr. W. Elliott. South Brisbane ......... Mr. Peterson, storekeeper T?oloom Diggings ...... Messrs. Bette, Dryedale, and Cameron, storekoepers. Drayton ................. Mr. r . Smith, (H4 rvey and

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EXPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 2 July 1861

Don JUn11: 170 easks 2 quarter?oastks 2 packnges nallow 8 bales wrdol 10 bundles calfskins, 30 hldes, B. Towns; 6 eaasl tallow, T. . Btepbenls. Telegrphs"8 bales wool, W. Gr y and Co.; blales weol, 4 bales skin, bsg bg r casksU tallowk, bas glas,G. .W Wlson; 20 bales wool, .EaQI tallow, S0 hides, Hassell and Cp. ; 48 asks allowt nmshubs Mrs. Walsh; I box, en Brisbane; 2 bgs ?abgs, . 8. Grenfeli; 6 eases bananas, A. o. Iloklngs;l I package boilers, Perry Brothers; pareoels, E. B. outhedee; I denm oft, e.Wnhame 4beaseseflrt, T.'U!eeak; 48oEs. gld, Bank of Australasa; 1 cases, I cEsk fruilt, T. Clarke; 22 casks tallow, Pantm and Co,; cases fruit, E. Wagner; I trues, Captain Tlowi 200baosssalt, ..and G. Hnrrls; I patreelBallantye; 10 apotatoes ; eBulcck 40 tunhes bananasu, Wllls; !d0sbeep, Belt; I bundleclotbing, Forrest; I pard books, W. T?el ?. H. Hood; T. !enppitl I pakage, B]ik oeAuatral sla; ) [arel,!. H. Hood; lupaeel G. D. Webb. Eagle: for Boe adampto'd0 bogs doour d Eae n hd, I ...

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MAILS CLOSE. [Newspaper Article] — Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 2 July 1861

?iAILS CLOSE. FoR BRDtBANE.--8 p.m. daily. Fon DRAYTOn AND TooWooXBL--Tuesday, at iL45 a.m.; and Friday, at 8 p.m. Foan WAXwICK.-Thursday, at 5 p.m., and Sunday, at 5 p.m. Fun Mail for Sydney will close at eight o'doek ?uls evening.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 2 July 1861

ORMS of AGREEMENT on SALE at tbe Ipswich Herald Oice. BUSINESS DIRECTOR Y. We intend to publish the names, addresses, a.d pro fessions of our business advertisers, under the above heading, once a week if possible. Should we have omitted any of our advertisers' namos we hope they will make it,4nownto us, and we shall be glad to add them. PRODnCE MEsaRCHeNTS. Hassell and Co., East-street. Gray, Walter, Bremer-street. Pasitou and Co., Bremer-street. Craies, William, Brisbane and W'harf streets. Wilson, G. H. and Co., Limestone-street. BanDEBBns, bo. Bethune, Donald, Brisbane-street. Shenton, Samuel, West.street. AuorroNRns. ' Fattorini and Go., East-street. Cockburn, H. M., Nicholas-street. Craies, William, Brisbane and Wlharrstreets. Mort and Co., Pitt-street, Sydney. ACCOUNTAnT. R. C. Mackenzio, Nicholas-street. STonRs, WHnoLEnAE Ain RETeAL. Besser, WVilliam, Brisbane-street. Cribb and Foote (General), Bell-street. Davis C., corner of East and Brisbane Streets. Fleming, J., (Flour an...

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ARRIVAL AND CLOSING OF THE MAILS. MAILS ARRIVE. [Newspaper Article] — Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 2 July 1861

ARRIVAL AND CLOSING OF THE MAILS. ýATLS ARRIVE. FRoM BRSDANE.-Daily at 7 p.m. Faox DATrTON, A.D TooWooMnA.-Sunday, 8 p.m.; and Thursday, 8 p.m. Bnox WAuwlcsL-Wednesdays, 2 p.m.; and Satur dayt , 2 p.m.

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