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SYDNEY. Sydney, March 26th, 1861. [Newspaper Article] — Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 2 April 1861
SYDNEY. [FROM ocu oWN COBRsBPONDEsT.' Sydney, March f6th, 1861. A word or two on my last, in reply to some hypercritical and constant reader of the .Ipswich Ilerald; who by some etiaordinagy means or other has discovered the name and address of the-humble personage you are pleased to call "our own cor respondent."' As if the "thorns" already .referred to, Mr. Edito-, were not sufficient to account for all ihe eccentricities which might haveoccurred in that particular letter, another one has been sent all the way from Qaeensland. am .charged with profane piracy-having ventured to make use of some four or five words which happen to be in the bible. Most noble critic and valiant defender of the faith, who ever or wherever thou mayest e-art thou guiltless in the matter, bast thbu never committed the same YaultL--hast thou never pirated from so good a book, or have thy literary thefts and plagiarisms been committed on smaller fry, such as "Jack and the Bean Stalk," ".tlie Giant Xiller?" ...
COLONIAL EXTRACTS. [Newspaper Article] — Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 2 April 1861
COLONIAL EXTRACTS. M?UDERS BY THI ABBIOmAcs 3rc SoUnu An TsALa.-Kapunda, March 14. A jury of seventeen sat all day yesterday on the bodies of Mrs. Rainberd and the two children, murdered bythe blacks. Dr. Ward acted as'Coroner, and the jury separated with an understanding that another inquest would have to be held. Twelve, however, signed a verdict of " Wilful murder -by some parties unknown." Medical evidence proved that h rape had been com mitted on the unfortunate woman, and the instru ment with which the murder was committed was found with blood and shiron it. It was the coupling of a plough. The bodies were not found till sundovwn ofthe day after the murder, whet1 the stench of decomposition led to their discovery. They were most borribly mutilated. The police and neigh bours are searching in all directions, -and I have no doubt that the demon "Bobby" will soon be caught when rnolier inquiry will be 'held. The subjoined further statement is from our Riverton coirespondent:-" Ab...
THE ENGLISH MAIL. [Newspaper Article] — Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 2 April 1861
THE ENGLISH MAIL. A coaRRSPONbiSEN, originated by the.Lord Mayor of Dublin with the Earl of Carlisle, on the threatened abolition of the Lord Lieutenancy of Ireland, has been published. The Lord Mayor asls the Lrd Lieuteuant to make such a communication as will " allay the anxiety which generally prevails on this subject." The Lord Lieutenant says:-" My dear Lord Mayor,-I have been favoured with your Lordship's letter inquiring whether there is any truth in the report that Her Majesty's Government intend to introduce into Parliament, in the ensuing Session, a measure for the abolition of the offioe of Lord Lieutenant of Ireland. I have to state in reply, that I have the best reasons for believing that any such report is entirely destitute of foundation." A MOST interesting case was brought before the Tribunal of First Instance at Paris on the 25th of January. Madame Bonaparte, first wife of tbe)ate Prince Jerome Bonaparte, ex King of Westhalia. and uncle of the Emperor Napoleon, and...
TALLOW, HIDES, &c. [ANNING AND COBB'S CIRCULAR.] [Newspaper Article] — Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 2 April 1861
TALLOW; -mHE, &, [ANNIA? A N CoBs's CRCUiLAB.] There ha~i beeh no arrivals from Australia since the date of our lasgissue.. - -" '.1 ' ' a - Tallow.-The Mdhet chareoteristic of this market for the past year ha4 býcn the "continuation of the great Moscow epeclition,/ commoiced in 1859; -which heb resulted is forcing price far,:bevond. their legitimate levilh to the great irijuat'f heatrile, throiigli the intro duction of substitutes, which teree; itlittle doubt will ptrianently interfre with the oofsuptint ofts allow. We may instajoe, particulaly Parrafn OIa-'. recent inven ton, now growmg-anpidlk into use fran its com psrative cheapness, and gas is being more genijori intro duced into pnvate dweleiagsg -* ..,. :' . .- .". , : The year openeA' was -id orable auspices for the speclatos: tha trade;jivaing wept thesealved bare of stock, and sorteig scarce, were for a time ooipelled to resort to P. Y. C., and during January and lkhbrTuay . he prij advanad to 60i'tor60s 6d on-the ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 2 April 1861
SBALES BY AUCTION FURNITURE, &c. M. COCKBURN has received instructions Sito Sell by Public Auction,, at, his Rooms,_ icbolas.treet, On FRIDAY, the 5ith inst., Atoll o'clock precisely,. '2 Cedar Sofas S Cedar Chairs 2 Cedar Tables 1 Pine Table, 2 Cedar Bedsteads ' Ditto Toilet Table. 1. Ditto Washstand' J 1, Ditto Meat Safe 1 Lookioj Glass, with disarmas 1 .Toilet Set, complete : 1. PairPalliasses I Coyer Mattress 4 Pictures 1 Ladies' Side.Saddle. Toget lthe :tqtgi ity hf other loodi, includ ing Books, Crc? e Shc., &c. S Terms, Cash, 87 20 TO SO ,H EAD. OFC HOUSiS. S?'LCOCB wl-koRi hand eeeived instructions t.;TroL A.. WL. Coe mpi by P.ate to sell by ?oblic Anvtiop, at Mesesr, Fattorsnj &sed Co.a Sale On WEDNESDAY, 10th Instent, fit eh8srwec'dclock precisely, ' *8-GM 20 TO 40 HREAD OF HORSES, . 4040 to 1000 HEAB) OF CATTLE,. Tems.hthpr on~?alved apply at 12 month Action - ma-?&TichBl-ai0. .. .290-40 -18 months date. :- L -COCIURtN has received instruct...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 2 April 1861
- (IeAdint rjid it fe:tealir, -4e TERM 8: SallcanOTrox.-The amount of subscription to the Ipaer'c. l!d t? is Eight Shillings and BSpenee per quarter. Te tquartera terminate on the 80th September, tint December, blat Mareh, aa*, th June, at wbhich perlod only can subscribers e.line, by giving Snottee, end paying the amount due tothe end the current quarter. Single oples, Sixlpence. AnvoaRTISEMENTe are Inebtted according to the following 'sace: To.llne i ... . . 1 0 Four lines .. . 0 Sitlinee .. ..... .... BEiglhtl ne ...... ...... ..... Every additional eight lines 'I 0 Thefollowing Dracolaisallowed on all advertisements con tinne- n ' For six inoertions to percat. For 13 weeks...... 25 ditto. "For 2oree .o. 'tal itto. Porf2 weeks ...... 5 e ditto. All 'advertisements must specify on the tace of them the number oftimes they are to'bo'inseited, Or they will be con. tnuea till countermanded, -and ehargedacevrdtely. SOrders for nnithdrwal'or alteration eannot ber'seeertved'lt. The 'lpel...
No Title [Newspaper Article] — Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 2 April 1861
Tar Mr. IJ&&Llt5EE glate address to his con atituents he said, with great justice, that the Legislature had.done good service to the colony during the pas Session, an, that if the laws thatthey had framed werq not earried out as they ought to have been, or if the money voted was. either so$ spent or was mtsapplied, the blame. la' with the Exseutive, and not with Parliapment. r. MAcAixTjs a aiso rnmarked to the effect that some degree of excuse might be found for anp?ap:parent remissness on the part of Governmee as regards the construc .tion of authorise. p ublj works, in the fapt of the inefficiency of. the Engineer and Survey Dep?artgents, and the shortness of the period for" which this Oooni had been in existence. The caitable con uction :which our talented rep ey4tative bas pt upon the ioieadut of the Executive, as regarad 'ijat' the 'ave tone andwhat they have left Rgdone, reflects great credit onhis heart, and triumphantly refuots, as being totally inapplicable ...
DIARY. MEMORANDA TO NEXT PUBLICATION. [Newspaper Article] — Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 2 April 1861
DIARY. aaaxoAet To oaXT ,oaLItCATaOW. JUL. 1RltaeLI8et.. lt. I ARMflf a I wsrasnAT... ei I a a_ a 6 4 I t 4 .la rTa " , Aat b To atbOA ..... JaisI 821 tl 5 2 904 K61808000 .166 sa~ 66.1 TheJBTas...I a1so01 oaa The difference In time n high water at the Br and rabanel'bo miutes; u ime bofthiighouh w hau atee 91t t6080s, hiach.4ttlrence8 must be added to the tthe of high ratet68 tte 3ar. Theeastoely winds on the 6008 at the lay, aM4 the oetthes to atetriver, often clase a vartatton fTomn 66t" 4b~lO.b these are Aerorly ntcldentd; 6atlgoveirie by 'n. knownp~~ Those 9ubaorsbera to tho Iprwitt Herald .who do not reeive their pae o rl]Y *ottld tontbr a vour onthe. " eu i nedtr iorminig }id;ofthe s~ma.
MONDAY, 1st APRIL. [Newspaper Article] — Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 2 April 1861
Safre )};e Piiee M ieltete Joh lla $a11 wan ed e, o drunkenrieei 1to5,Ea Pot ArntL;,-;.,J. Rmnien and John Panton; $, H.'Chailniaor' n 'J P. leu j 9; ".'Ttovi lands Jhd.k -orbs: 32, Dr. asnd I4 . Cribb) 18 , Peirolotb.and T. de' ýiay Moffatt; l9,;J, J.cnx zog and Lamb. L B n ib Wilson n. orth; 981. J. Smith pad T. ý 8D 9; hsg and 'A±4ITTA. AOi0$hfltn MaIetawq. -Tuesday, 19th Apiilt861, et nooana's: ` The Poestasks W:- hy sho,. uld~-v ae have.goq fvivall(ig pieces in c reol4tion This is a quesO lion which oi tilJa- berold ing of nore and more Piressin$ interest:' Cnvenience, the rurrency, the pincip , `0r theory of tlie coinage, if suoca eor)t orprincipla ther be, .and the boneafteida lvexptni e %ourneighbours, all point in favour. SICj Ai
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.] THE CENSUS. To the Editor of the Ipswich Herald. [Newspaper Article] — Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 2 April 1861
driginal Cotrrrpoulet~er. While our columns toilt b alway? open to the insertion of cbrrbspondheinoe on sebfject'of loyal and'general interest;, oe do nbt, by any means, hold ourselves res pons ile for the seotsments that maty be er essed. THE CENSUP. To the Edito of the Ipswich Herald. SIR,-In common with my neighbours, I have had this weeko lef at'ny `oase a (aosue papie, which it is eipceted will be filled up by the banling'ith April. SThese returns I have no doubt have their value, and to the farnishing of the generalthfdrmation required few, I p!esume, if any, will be found to offer any' objeceton. An exception, I think, must' be made to the'heading, which requires the master of a household to report 'no only his own-religion;' but that also of all persons in his employ, or who may be his guests on the sad night. You are expressly informed in this paper that ! innot suflici eat that you put down "Protestantn "%CCtbolie," or "Presbyterian;' liner and sharper iahida of Religious ...
Local and District News. [Newspaper Article] — Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 2 April 1861
Lercal attnb 3itdict NtFb . ETEsqaeNIAL TQ TOO ZEY. MR. CURNOW. - At a. sodial teahotinag;'beld'eat the Wesleyin Church, ysesta' day evng, a geld watch apn1 chain, valued at £40, was mPrned to the Rev.. 4 uarnow, by the members and o?nd'bf his church: Wd afe compelled to omit a rpbrtof the profoedingAs until our next issue. " F .R L -D -eA .--On. Fr:cda" last, A man named Peter Xs'uzger, and who bts bee' well known br years in the'di?.rict by the name of Peter the Dade, was driving Srqon Ergs'Fgsin:? o?" oogr, when one o tthe .vh cam?a.' i a stump, overturning the vehicle aald i(rwiingIhbe hdse6 - The t?rt fell aer6ns the" lower part of the abdomen of the unfortunate man, and he lat there wihoseitho g eiaile Jl e~tricate himself for twinty four hbors, when" he Ra disecovered by some one p ,y. To add to the'ago g which he pust have onff the l)or* Tleked hlih fearfglly in maniiig _ruidles attempteto is As soon as the aeeident 'was known medical iasittance 'was seat for'; but when' Dr....
To the Editor of the Ipswich Herald. [Newspaper Article] — Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 2 April 1861
So the Editor of the Ipswich Herald. SI,-It i a hard ease at any tio oto bea loser by another man's negligence or want of principle ;'as a tradesman I have felt this, as well as many others do the like class in towh. But -the thiig 'becomes more 'than priovoking, when ire find the men who :'ake use of our goods without paying foe them' are conhtenaioed by a class whose postion in the plaoe is too often taken as a g 'uarantee for the honety 6f the impostdr-Las the case Smay be--with whom thiy associae. -A squatter, forin stance, may think it hard that his friedd-.so and' s6"was :refused trust by acertain tradeeman, and shift his acount; but by-and-bye, when the individpal 4a found out, and' his true characte'r-eveled lihthtr shai?~ 'f L. 8. D.,i then Ebmes the repudiation of all aoqkaitancetm hip with him, and if the poor iard-irorking tradesman is gulled* he must silently submit to be rebbed-anud laughed at. SPhen, again, we haer aiother lot i n the tovn, who arty Spartly living in ...
Commercial. [Newspaper Article] — Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 2 April 1861
THE town trace still 'maintflin the dullneps which h'li cliaracteisked it fob some timb priut. The only stir ainongdt oni Inerdhitts'and toke keepersis ci&ked' by thea uuali demand at this time of the"year'forsuuppyine stations. The price of . fldine tisnow' 21 per ton; bran, £7 10s. ; and wlet, s.' tb 'e.,' d.,per bushel: The market has an upward tendhnay, hie latest advices from Adelaide quoting wheat a't from 8s. 10d. to 79. per bushel, with a-de -mandfar in excess of the supply. Freights at that ao.* a- _ ., , -anae 50 PBer oat. Sugar is rising, and for best.qualities, parti cularly, no reduction can be looked for at present. .... We beg to call the attentipn of such of our rea.ers as are iritre??ed'5t the state of the L6n don tallow market, si 'shown in the elaborate circular of Messrs. Wnoing andtCobb. A cdm parison of jresent figures andthbse of past years would seem to indicate that'wpesent rates are onlyW haintained by the opprhtions ofspecu lqtors, and a fall in pr...
Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 2 April 1861
Maid Ch-Tan Yams, steamer, 520tona,_ Cotoin Bnn, frOm Sydney. Panuengnes-Itv."J~. a. d 2I . PFIeebfrb'ýnd'fou r rhlldxm. Mm. !larding uIptoafli,*r. add Yrs. Ktigsfod and fvechlldxeii, Mini Scott, Mitn eB rkn, Mm. Sriewn, Meie. C. Slventeri . Saventer, L Sveiter eiret,8. M. fleece. W.Mnott, 8 i. Potrest, Areher, W..A. Tciec, C. Cumming, . -Vumhting, s. 5. P6tdtiedenTG. ^Tbnie, x v jndndty in the n1)age
VARIETIES. [Newspaper Article] — Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 2 April 1861
VARIETIES. Buns l Scasws.-Almost every man who lives is what, if he were a horse, would be called a screw Almost every man is unsound. Every man, (to use the language of a veterinary surgeon;) has in him the seeds of unsoundness. You could -ot honestly give a war ranty with almost any mortal. Alasi mybrother; in the highest. and most solemn of all respects; if soundness ascribedto at eature implies that it is what it ought to be who sall venture -toa warrant any man sonndl- 1 ido not mean. to mnake my readers uncomfort~ble, .by suegeesting that every man is; physically d I speak of itntel lectual and -moral dness. You know, the most eimportsanthing about a horse is his body; and accordinde when we speak of a horse's sound. mess or unsoundness, we speak physically wespiak of hisbody. Bntth?iemostimnportant thing- abouts . an ishis mind; and so, when we say a mnan is sound or unsound, we are thinking of mental sound ness or unsoundness. In short, the man is mainly a soul4 the horse is...
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 2 April 1861
BIRTHS. &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; On the 2nd March, at Arinbingor, Burnett district, Mrs. Charles Dougherty, of a son. On the 27th March, at her residence, Kangaroo Point, Mrs. Jos. Darragh, of a daughter. MARRIAGE. On the 29th March, at North Brisbane, by the Rev. Samuel Wilkinson, Hiram, eldest son of the late Mr. James Wakefield, to Margaret, second daughter of Mr. John Birch, storekeeper, Bris- bane, late of Kingston-upon-Hull, Yorkshire, England.
IPSWICH POLICE COURT. SATURDAY, 30th MARCH. [Newspaper Article] — Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 2 April 1861
IPSWICH POLICE COURT SATURDAY, 30TH MARCH &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; Before the police magistrate and R.K. Wilson J.P. F. Grayson and S Greer, were fined for being drunk and disorderly, the former 5s., and the latter 10s. H. Stewart was fined £1 for obstructing Police in the execution of their duty. Ellen Falby was charged lay Eliza Gardner with using indecent language towards her. The case was dismissed on the grounds of the evidence not bringing it within the provisions of the Vagrant Act. &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp;
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 9 April 1861
SBALES BY AUCTION 20 TO 30 HEAD OF HOU?EES. H M. COCKBURN has received inetrnctione . from A. W. Compigne, Esq., to sell by Public Auction, at Messrs. Fattorini and Co.'s Sale Yards, On WEDNESDAY, 10th Instant, At eleven c.clock precisely, FROM 20 TO 30 HEAD OF HORSES, From his well-known and extensive Stud at Nindooinbah, Albert River. 85 Terms, cash. A DRAY AND TEAM OF THREE HORSES, wiTH HARNES CO2[PLETBE. H M. COCKBUREN has received instructions . to Sell by Public -Auction, at his Rooms, Nicholas-street, -On TUESDAY, the 16th instant,. at 12 o'clock.precisely, A DIRAY, THREE .DRAUGHT HORSEJS, AND S ARNESS, .&c., COMPLETE. . Terms, cash. 102 100 T oo1000 HEj OF CATTLE. T'eis-Approved Bills at 12 months and 18 months date. m. dOCIEBURN ieas received instructions to Sell by Private Contract, 400 to 1000 BEAD OF CATTLE, All in good condition and of equal Sexes. Deli Very can begiven at-once. - -ior further particulars apply at-the Auction M s,'.mNiicholas-treet. 29040 4347 ¶...