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IPSWICH. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) TUESDAY (YESTERDAY). [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 5 June 1861

IPSWICH. (from our own correspondent.) I '¦,??.' i:j vj.¦>.'¦;.;. 'Tuesday (Yesterday).* I There was a slight ? shower in the.-forenoon of yesterday, but, not. so-heavy as to makes any impression on, the course, .which, has' already dried again; ¦ '.V,.'':'¦¦,';?'..,?:'¦¦ W The town still continiios pretty well thronged with pennie; '-Thproriwasya- isalc yesterday, at Mr. Fattoriui's rooms, of the stabling-paddock, which Mr. Ogilvie bought for,£3. Mr,.Tait explained that the custom on other courses in thc colonies was not to sell the stabling-paddock at nil. ' ,.":'. "V,!'V Ashton's Circus has boen a little better patronised since Burton's went'away; On Saturday Pablo Fanque went up a'rope, amidst a blaze of fireworks and illuminations, the rope extending from Brisbane-street to the top of tho Circus. Tho contractor is proceeding with tho groatest rapidity with the hall of the School of Arts, really seeming to rival the building of the Great Exhibition in 1851. The windows have b...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
QUEENSLAND MAILS. ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE of MAILS at the General Post Office, Brisbane. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 5 June 1861

QUEENSLAND MAILS'. ABBtvAlj.nnd Dkfabture of Maim at the General ,_': . ,. . Post Office, Brisbane. POST TOWNS. HAILS CLOSE AT BRISBANE. Auburn... ... ... ¦¦ Callandoon (Gundawinda) .'.'.. Casino and Grafton- '... . Cleveland ... ... ' , Condamine ......... Dalby ... :... ' "....' .. Drayton? ..;'?... Gayndah ¦ .v. ¦ ..." '. , Gladstone :'"_; .? ". . Ipswich... ?. ¦-.- .? - Leyburn... : ....'-- ... "r jioBsiu.- ...: ? .; .u .. Nanango '.';?."' ... "' Marlborough v.? Maryborough .... '. ~.;.' - Maryborough ;... Bockhamnton and Fort Denison Surat and Yarrow* " ¦... ? Taroom... ... . ,?' - Toowoomba.-1...,'. .J : Warwick.;. -.J.;.'M;vr b.».V . WtwoWandJTolauMB... i Monday at 1 p.nf* ¦ - Monday at 1 p.m. .*""¦' ?"- - Monday at 8 p.m. ".' - " Monday at 1.30 p.m. . Monday at 1 p.m. . . Monday nt 1 p.m. . '_ Monday at 1 pm.,and Friday at 1.15 p.m. Tuesday at 1 p m. Hy steamer every alternate Tuesday ¦ Sally at 1.30 p.m. Monday at 1 p.m. By steamer Hawk, 3 times a week. Tuesday at 1 p.m, ¦¦...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Commercial Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 5 June 1861

Commercial Intelligence. J bc ' Tai following produce 1ms boen received and 'forwarded from Ipswich;?From tho stores of Messrs. G. H. Wilson and Co.?18 hales wool, KkSTviSO.ditto; 6 in diamond; 2 pockets. ¦wool, ditto. From : tho stores of Messrs. ¦Panton and Co.?15 bales wool, B & D Yule liar; 9 hogsheads tallow, V.A. From the stores of Messrs. W. Gray and Co.?22 bales wool, G in.diamond. From tho stores of Messrs. Towns and Co.?ts halos wool, McD. ?North Autiralian, 3'uno 4. (, Messrs. Fattorini and Co. report the salo of 17 hoad of. horses on thc 28th May, at an average of £10 Gs. por head; 38 head ditto on thc 80th May, at an average of £16 per hoad; Mid.lf.licadfditto on tho 1st June, at £1.5 Ss. Igor .head,'' Also, on. tho 3rd Juno, a quantity 9f.8add.lery, grocer! es, and other merchandize, at good prices.?Ihid. The allotment r.t tho junction of Brisbane arid'"West-streets was sold to Mr. Hauran yesterday for th& sum of £330. This is tho same which I previousl...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SHIN PLAISTERS. (From the Burnett Argus, May,25) [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 5 June 1861

SHIN PMISTER3. -.(From-iho lim adi. Argus, May ,25-) TT"''isAsbiiie'iv1i'it'"tis't5his'hiiig thal Hie' various'¦ Banking firm«,?usually so keenly alive lo; business, extcrnling their branches lb all pleasant directions to gather in the golden harvest, which they aro sure is always ready for reaping or storing oro <hcy venture to pitch their tents in a locality,?should not, before this, have established a branch Bank in Gayndah, tho capital of tho rich and populous Burnett district?a district fast progressing, and constantly flourishingly in- creasing its wealth. Gayndah is the main, almost only, outlet of the produce of a thickly-settled country, and through it must necessarily pass, tho traffic arising from i.-ivcstmonta in "stock, estimated at over three-quirlers of a million sterling, reckon- ing sheep at £1, cattlo at £3, and horses at £10 per head. Thus together with the very extensive trade carried on by store- keepers, publicans, and others, and the value of freeho...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 5 June 1861

BRANCH ESTABLISHMENT OF FlavcIIe Brothers «fe Co. OF SYDNEY, . ;;IS NOW OPEN IN QUEEN-STREET, BRISBANE, OP , PQSITE Mit. SOUTHERDEN'S, With au Assortment of Goods selected from tho ' undermentioned Stock,' which will be disposed of at SYDNEY. PRICES. FLAVELLE, BROTHERS, & CO., WATCHMAKERS, JEWELLERS AND OPTICIANS, 354, Georob-street, Bxdney, ; BEG respectfully to invite the attention of tho publio of Queensland to thoir LARGE and VALUABLE STOCK of GOODS, the quality of which is such ns they trust will main- tain for them tho reputation they havo so long enjoyed. A few of the leading artiolcs in each branch aro enumerated below :? WATCHES. . Gold Hunting and Open Paco, Slop, Keyless, and Independent Centre Seconds Watches, Gold Duplex Watches with compensation balances, Gold Hunting nnd Open Face Patent Lever Watches, by M'Cabb','and other makers nf repute; Ladies' Patent Lover Open Face and Hunting .Watches, with richly engraved cases; for superiority of workmanship and corr...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
MARRIAGE ENGAGEMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 5 June 1861

MARRIAGE ENGAGEMENTS. There are two things which almost every   one finds it difficult to do easily and with gi'ubei. ? Ono kv for. < a man ?'¦ to announce orally that he is going to be married, and the other is to congratulate him. Why the announcement should cause embarrassment is obvious. However proud the happy lover may feel in his heart, he knows that by saying he is going to be married he at least exposes himself to the criticism of friendly curiosity. The friend to whom the an- nouncement is made has also many reasons for feeling a little nervous. Not being a foreigner, he cannot throw himself on his friend's neck and have a good blubber, and he must confine his congratulations within the limits of English reserve. The surprise and the oddity of the thing, again, often overpower every deeper feeling for the moment, and even the sin- cerest and warmest friend has been known to receive the affecting intelligence with no other answer than one long peal o...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 5 June 1861

w WANTfitv,°a FEMALE COo£ Apply a.% Vt, ....the, Qneensland Hotels,EdirftVd-itreet» . North brisbane. - "<). -..- ¦:i\-r ..¦¦- ¦.;,-_ "ANTED; a BOY as APPRENTICE'.'to-thV ¦¦ Painting trade. Apply toO.SHALLEHN,: Eiizabotli-street.'; "; ','..'. ^V ...,? , tTTANTED, a General .House SERVANT,): W /Apply at J., and Q. PHILLIPS, -Qa&tf-V .. street,' Brisbane.'. _..-vx.iJ.'-¦?:': r^xC. S-'S? 'ANTED tb-'Purehasb,:iri;Qaeensiand, tens or Ttvelve Blocks of First-olass".SHEEP, COUNTttY, UnstockPd. /Address, ;;with.,full, particulars, to:-J..P., Post Office! Jtoblihamptpft t WANTED, by a-Ynmig, Man', a situation :iip BOOKKEEPER or CLERK ; or on-:*i Station in thu country.... Salary. not:80,mueh'iin objection as tb gain a thorough knowledge/of th*! tnamigement of n Station,?D. M. li..,, at Mao.r Donald's Bunrding Hoiisn'. Qiieeri.-street.   CABrNETMAKlilis WANTED.?Two' good1.' ? bands, cood workmen; required. GEOHGB " DOWDEN, Brisbane-street, Ipswich. &nbs...

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Letter to the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 5 June 1861

Sj.Rj?Although'but a new: bonier" to this; colony, yet as I am certain that the opinions! of nil classes will be fairly considered, I have ventured to. address you on tho important .subject, of immigration, which, from . the manner and system in which it is at present carried out, threatens' us at no very distant period with,a.serious convulsion, and of a nature that must inevitably require many years to recover from. My remarks have been suggested by Hie nurnbers now arriving here both from the sister colonies and from home, induced by the statements now publicly made bolh by tho paid government agents aud the public journals (no doubt misled by tho authority 'under .which they are noting) as to the afhoitht' of labour required and tho high rate of wages obtainable by working men of ' all classes. That such statements aro totally false,it would be no difficult matter to prove, from' tho'number now unomployed both here and in Ipswich, and also from the fact that three-fourths of thc...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
REMINISCENCES OF A REPORTER. NO.I. (WRITTEN FOR THE COURIER.) [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 5 June 1861

REMINISCENCES OF A REPORTER. By Ciiatelar. ¦ ' '. . No. I. ¦¦..- cl ¦':.'' ?-¦ ? ¦ 0l (written for the courier.) h; It was the evening of ono of those dreary and dismal days in the dreary and dismal month of November, whose gloomy aspect has been so graphically depicted by almost every writer of English Fiction, from thc days of Fielding and Smollett to those of our incomparable " Boz," aud experienced by all whom business, pleasure, or necessity have rendered residents in the " Modern Babylon" during that most lugubrious month of the London season. The dark and heavy clouds hung, like a funeral pall, above the city, the harsh east wind blew in fierce gusts driving before it a sharp and piercing sleet, windows rattled, lamps flickered, slates and tiles occasionally fell crashing to the street from the roofs of houses, warning tho passers-by that dangor was associated with discomfort. Contrasted with this external gloom was tho pleasant aspect of a snug little apart- ment in an arist...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
GRAFTON. (From the C. and R. Examiner, May 21.) [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 5 June 1861

¦ GRAFTON. ,*) . . - ha (From thu ft and ll. Examiner, Stay 21.) ! Op The inhabitants ol' Grafton arc indignant at tho resolutions carried in the New- South Wales Assembly against separation, and the disastrous consequences of the late floods heightened, as they havo bcon, by govern- mental mismanagement, has added ad- ditional strongth to tho agitation. A corres- pondent writes:? " Tho deceit now stands admitted. In the Legislature of New. South Wales, it has been openly and exultingly, confessed, that through tho machinations of ' Now South Wales, you wcro treacherously persuaded to give ear to this proposal, with tho covert object of misdirecting and -stultifying your struggles for freedom. Through the energy of ti few of the more discerning of your number, this precious fraud was defeated, and'your enemies in New South Wales, laying;aside for the,moment the tactios.of treachery,..have now declared thomselvos openly." ¦,--.¦: - Colonial Workmanship.?Wo have been favoured .with a ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Shipping Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 5 June 1861

KnfdUgeaee. Ci? to the hour of going to press there was no in "telligence of the Sydney steamer. We are now In- clined to the belief that the Telegraph will be the first boat from Sydney, and as she could not have left before Monday evening her usual time will be ?ome hour to-day. The only steamer for Ipswich to-day is the TJ,r mer, and she starts at too early on hour for ??"??? going to tho races, viz :-4.30 a.m. persons The Swordfish having got her car- .? ,? -i?i,t0 will be ready to resume her voya- ? -»>° ^,,3? morrow. . '*« some time to-. ¦*r^Bm«" Steahebs.?Misfor* ? .f..«M ,.»» come single, and the fact rf?*. ^'"A .»e»? rlvnr boats J»In<r har ' ef the A. S. N. Co.'s.two £me w£k %"& ' >er, «"gl>% disabled in the ¦^wich'starteovV eolour to the adage. The Ips- wich anoVw' - Rn ear,y h0ur yesterday for Ips 'stav-'bolt; MX> "breast of the 15 mile corner a 'boat ar'" t*? *"&>a^ *' was ^solved to stop the kari"' ",i?efl,' *let passengers ...

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Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 5 June 1861

;THE COURIER' IS NOAV PUBLISHED "£.;;'. BAILY. '¦'subscription ter quarter :? ''''^'' ' In advance, 15s. -'1 ' I ' ' Buring Ute cai rent quarter no charge] 'will bc made io present Subscribe!s for the'' .additional jiapers supplied. , «.. '? Steam to Sydney. THE YARRA TARRA, from the A. S. N. Co N Nev .Wharf, on THURSDAY, Juno ».6lb.. ¦:. ;^T,Steerage Fares Reduced to £3. ,,y: .J-:- GEOw D. WEBB, "'. :.-;.:.-:..- Agent;' to Eor 'Rockhampton Direct. . THE UNCLE TOM, Lake,'Master, : hourly expected, will have- dis- patch? ' : ' '..-.'¦ ¦;¦. For .freight or passage, having ex j'cellcnt. cabin accommodation, apply B. TOAVNS.and CO, ?, South Brisbane, : . ¦; - ' ' -? ll ;;. May 31st,, 18.61..;.; V -. VVW.it-": r 'y ''V;;r'VFpr;IiOndon.V ;,: VV'V.'^'' THE brig BESSIE, Al at Lloyd's, ." 600' lons burthen, Benjamin Davies^ Commander, 'having a'jiinv ^ tion .of her cargo engaged''will Ss^meetwith quiok dispatoh. : om?1 :,trrJh«« \ with-5 percent.1 Tallow 70s per ton ¦¦¦*¦ ?' ?¦- - X wit V Hi...

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Local Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 5 June 1861

Local Intelligence. Look out for Burglars.?Tho careless security in which people used to live during the early days of the settlement can no longer bo indulged in with Impunity. Doors and windows should be looked to be- fore families retire for the night, and a loaded gun or revolver by tbo bedside may prove serviceable. There are a number of ruffians prowling about, who are too ready to take advantage of any negligence in this respect. A few nights baek-anontrance was attempted between 1 and 2 in the morning, on the pre- mises of the Hon. W. D. White, M.L.C., in Eagle-street. The rascals, four in number, were disturbed before they effected their object, and they decamped, leaving behind them some skeleton keys. About the same hour on Tuesday morning, the housekeeper of Mr. Justice Lutwyche was awakened by the furious barking of the yard-dog, and plainly distinguished the soumls of men'B voices in the back verandah. She instantly aroused one of the men ser- vants, nnd heard the soun...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
TRANSPORTATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 6 June 1861

TRANSPORTATION. Mr. Childers has rendered an important ?service.- to-these -colonies by the ¦ m ode * in" nvhich .he.has., presented .the. question .of. 'transportation to'the notice pf'the House of 'Commons,'when moving; for and obtaining the appointment of a select committee to inquire into the present system. If ho had merely shpwnit to.be repugnant to tho feel- ings and prejudicial to the interests of colo- nists themselves that any portion of Austra- lia should fee-made the cesspool into which the mother country pours her moral sewage, Mb representations would have had but little weight. -It is proverbially easy to bear other people's troubles, and thc Impe- rial Government would be able to endure with the. utmost equanimity¦: the irritation and dissatisfaction which transportation las occasioned to' the ' free settlers in .these colonies. We are a long way off, very little known, nnd very much misunderstood; and nothing can more strikingly illustrate tho erroneous notions ?whi...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
IPSWICH. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) WEDNESDAY (YESTERDAY). [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 6 June 1861

IPSWICH. (l'bom oub own correspondent.) . .Wednesday (Yesterday). Yesterday:was' the first of the three days of tho''Annual.'North Australian Meeting. It was{thd-yevy best day's racing?not in my opinion, for, I could not venture to pro nouncc.bne-^-buti in thc opinion of many good judges .who have seen all the races on the Ipswich oourse for years past?that ever was sqcn-'on that courso. Tho concourse of spectatora,(st'raugo to say) was not a third? if a fourth?of that onthe Champion Race day ; and certainly much smaller than any assemblancc over seen- there when the weatheiMvas fine, at tho Annual Races. His Excellency appeared on the course accom panied'.only by a few mounted troopers ns escort.'/The/handsome uniforms of the" cavalry volaritoers wero not to bo seen, and Burton's'ciivalcade was also absent. Seal's band performed with their usual good taste on the Grand Stand; Weather very plea- sant, When I was in the stabling paddock three of: tho competitors for the Maiden Plato ...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 6 June 1861

'J'O ADVERTISERS. ! 0f'11 _ J incl WfR must nguiu Aili attention to the rule of our } (nit YV Office, vin., to ¦ Insert NO ADVERTISE-I MEN TS from nou»suhsoribers uule«B aeceuipauied [ , ' by tho CASH. | WU« TO Otra AGENTS. OUR AGENTS will please to bear In mind the USUAL STATEMENJ? of ACCOUNTS, to be made ap to the 20th of the present month, and forwarded to this Office by the 30th. TO SUBSCRIBERS. SUBSCRIBERS are reminded that the price of the Codbikb per rpiarter is'now FIFTEEN SHILLINGS, to be paid in advance. (AGENTS wil ^please to note the above.) .

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QUEENSLAND POLITICS. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 6 June 1861

Qu£"lSNSLAND feOLTTICS. *N clio -hope that some other better qualified writer may take tho matter up, I ask permission, through your columns, to direct attention to the present aspect of our colonial politics, which seem to be rapidly approaching toa confused state, not at all jus" tifying the bewildering flattery which we received at tho beginning of .our. history as a separate colony. " It is early for, members of parliament to be resigning their seats'in sheer hopelessness of successful opposition to what seems to have set in ; viz., the arrogation of omni- potent power by the Government. No doubt Mr. Macalister had excellent reasons for the step he has taken, besides those pub- licly assigned, but it is not congratulatory to thc colony that tho explanation ho has offered has so much truth in it. 'That amount of truth will, from all present ap- pearances,. increase, and go on increasing until none can say, except jestingly, that we are living under a responsible government. For w...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
QUEENSLAND MAILS. ARRIVAL and DEPARTURE of MAILS at the General Post Office, Brisbane. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 6 June 1861

QUEENSLAND MAILS. ABWYALand Detartube of -Maim at tho General Post Office/Brisbane; POST, TOWNS. Auburn... :... ...'. '".: ... Callandoon (Guudawinda) ' Pasino and Grafton .; '...' . Cleveland ..ij ¦ .";..'" ^ . Condamine ?''...- '-. ';..;-¦ j-' . Dalby .v..... T .-?...'--.;: i»ft- ¦;¦'- .. Drayton... -..'... : .'.."/'.-? !!.? Gayndah - : '-...- '"-. r...-i Gladstone' '..." -?;..;;'S.. ipswich ... ... '- *j. ;? : ,;"'_-; Leyburn... .'. ?.r- '?'-?.:'.- ¦".' i Moggill ...... ...T:..-. ¦<?¦ ¦:? J;, Nanango ... ?: '_ --.,.; ; ' Marlborough'-.. ... - v.. :?;' Maryborough ... ... Maryborough ... " ... Eockbamrtnn and Tort Deaison Surat-and Tarro wa ,... i uroem... ... ». Toowoomba ... .n Warwick : ... Westwood and Nulalbin. _ MAILS CLOSE AT BRISBANE. Monday at 1 p.m. ;'.; ". Tr. Monday at 1 p.m. '"?' ;-.'. .'.:¦ .;?;"?? -T.'- .'!'. Monday nt 8 p.m. ¦ ,; ;';' "I; .': }" Monday at 1.30 p.m. ?--¦ '"-!:£-. '~ ¦*"'¦ ~- ! ' Mouday at 1 p.m.'. "." :;r ;,i C- ? ' Monday at 1 p.m. -=-.-...

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THE VERY REV. DEAN RIGNEY. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 6 June 1861

THE VERY REV. DEAN RIGNEY. On Tuesday evening, a little after 6 o'clock, tho following gentlemen waited on Dr. Quinn, the Roman Catholic Bishop, to pre- sent him with a petition on the subject of tho presumed departure of the Very Rev. Dean Rigney from this colony :?Messrs. Doniv^n,, O'Brien, Beelham, Darragh, Free ne.y, Woods, O'Neil, Couolly, Scanlan, Fogarty, and Belford. The petition had been prepared in the be- lief that the services of the reverend gentle- man, who has for some ti rae; had charge of the Roman Catholic Church in Brisbane, was about to bo recalled to Sydney, of which diocese Brisbano was, up to the arrival of the Bishop, ouly a parish. The Bishop received tho deputation courteously, and after its several mern hors had been introduced, and the petition read, which was as follows:? - ".To the Right Reverend Fathor iii Godj James, Vicar Apostolic and Bishop of tho Dioccso of Brisbano, " May it please your Lordship, " The petition of the undorsignod Catholics residi...

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The North Australian Meeting. (BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.) SECOND DAY. IPSWICH, WEDNESDAY EVENING. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 6 June 1861

llie North Australian Meeting. (BY ELECTRIC TlSLEaBAni.) ' . SECOND DAY. '?¦ Ipswich, Wednesday Evening. The -excitement which caused so largo an attendance bu the course yesterday must have worked itself off, for the attendance to- day was much smaller. This was, doubt- less, in some measure to be attributed to a viry general impression tljat the day's racing was' not likely to prove very productive of sport.: What was wanting in quantity was, however, made up in quality, and although an occasional weather prognostic was indica- tive of; heavy wet; we were agreeably dis- appointed, the day having passed over with some excellent racing and weather, &c, not to be sneezed at. About noon the bell rang for saddling for the First.; Race.?Tho County Stakes of Sixty Pounds, with a sweepstakes nf Threo Guiucas each added. For all.horses ; to bu handicapped.by tho stewards, br whom they may appoint. Heats. Twice round. Second, horse toveceive £15 from tho prize ¦ i ¦The entries for t...

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