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THE ENGLISH MAIL. [Newspaper Article] — Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 5 July 1861
THE ENGLISH NRAIL. MURDE. OP AN ENotrsienaAN AT CoA1tAT1 NopLa.-The Levan Herald of the 18th says: " On Monday evening a cowardly murder was comr. mitted near the Td6k, under circumstanioes of snob trivial provocation as to give to the crime an Unusual degree of cruelty. Three maskers.-ne of them a woman-were swaggering noisily down the street in the quarter n question, as 14oward, one of the English clakns nt Soullie'sCircus~ and some friendp were lenving a cold in the neighbouarhod. The domigoad r?-Signs; i who s?ourrilous licence passed.for wit, addressed some remark of-the former sort to Howard and his companions, to which the Englishman promptly replied. From " chaflng " the word.play soon grew to worse, and, the mhaskers still coming of second best, one of them sidled up to poor Howard and stabbed him deep. in the abdomen before the cowardly intention could be erceived. The ruffians then fled, but, pursuit eing made, the woman was seized; her male com panions succeeded in maki...
COLONIAL EXTRACTS. [Newspaper Article] — Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 5 July 1861
COLONIAL EXTRACTS. COTLECTIOG WO0DS FOn TRE GREAT E?xsBITnOX or 18102.-The Clarence and Richmond Eza miner of the 18th June says-Mr. Moore, of the Sydney Botanic Gardens, who arrived per Grafton, is on a visit for the purpose of collecting, for the Great Exhibition at London, next year, the productions of the district of known value, and those which many possibly be turned to advantage after their qualities have been more fully tested. Mr. Moore will, we understand, devote his time principally to the collection of woodls, many of which, though but little known, are of grt 'eauty and durability. He has, in company with an assistant, Mr. Caron, for the last few days-been examining the " brush " forests in the neiglbourhood of Grefton, with which he appears much pleased, and purposes proceeding for a similar object by way Gordon Brook,Yngilbar, and Tabulam to Casino. It is to be hoped that all who have the advancement of the dis'rict .at h'eart will at osen assist in furthering the obj...
SITTING BY THE FIRE. [AN OLD MAN'S REVERIE.] [Newspaper Article] — Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 5 July 1861
SITTING Di THE FIRE. [AN OLD MAN'S sPvE EL] GLESOMUl children were we not? Sitting by the fire, Euddy in its glow, Sixty summers back Sixty years ago! Laughing voices filled the room; Oh ! the songs we sungl When the evenings Imrried by-. When our hearts were young. Pleasant faces watched the flame Eyes illum'd with mirth And we told some merry tales, Sitting round tihe hearth I Sitting by the ire, Ruddy in its glow, Sixty summers baok Sixty years ago ! Beauty stooped to bless us once ! Sitting by die fi, Happy in its glow, Forty summers back Forty years ago! Words of love were interohng'd, Maiden hearts we stole; And the light aaection throws, Slepton every soul! Oh! the toumr went tying past Hours of pr~oeless worth; But we took no note of Time, Sitting ountd the heartk ! Sitting by the fire, Haepy in its glow, Forty summers baok Forty years ago ! Oh! the nights--the nights we spent Sittning by the ire, Cheerful in its glow, Twenty summers back Twenty years ago! If the days were d...
CANNING'S GREAT SPEECH. [Newspaper Article] — Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 5 July 1861
CAHsaenO's GaEaT SPEBCc.-Perhaps, the most false, the most unreasonable, and in every way the most absurd speech ever uttered by a Brittish Minister, was that of Canning, when he said in those much-quoted words, " I called the New World into existence to redress the balance of the Old." He had no moreto do with calling the new world' into existence than he had to do with the discovery of America. If anybody hal a right to claim that honour it was Castlereagh, who sketched out in papers new lying in the Foriegn Office the course that 'Canning afterwards followed; but even for Castlereagh to have claimed such merit in such terms would have been false and ridiculous bombast. We cannot, in a single sentence, point out the still greater absurdity of the subsequent statement, that his object was to redress the balance of the Old World. The meaning of the sentence is, that he rained Spain in order to weaken France. To any one acquainted with the history of the trensaction, as it has since ...
DR. LANG AT LARGE IN SCOTLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 5 July 1861
DR. LANG AT LARGE IN SCOTLAND. (From the dustralian and Ner Zealand Gazette, April 27,) Returned colonists from New South Wales, when they see one of the abusive egotistical letters which Dr. Lang is so fond of sending to English papers, feel inclined to parody Beatrice's contemptuous -remark to Benedick and say, " We wonder that you will still be writing, Doctor Dunmore; noboily marks you." The presbyter-politicat belongs to that very numerous class of persons who, the more they are known by those who are competent to judge, the less are they trusted. Unfortunately, the Doctor is not generally known in England, except by name. That name frequently occurring in Australian news, English readers, who for the most part have the vrguest ideas of Australian politics, are apt to consider the Doctor an exceed ingly important personage, and, relying on his pro fession, to take him at his own valuation when he trumpets fornt his praises-to believe that those who have opposed so (sofe-isant) ...
EXPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 5 July 1861
UXSPOR'rS. Yaam Yama: 117 bides, U. J. Smlh; 22 caslks. tallow, Panton and Co.; 17 casks tallow. Campbell and Son.; 3 cases, I cask frait,. ). Skyring; I case arrowroo. E. Flood; 1 case fruit. Baillard, I parcel, "I trunk, J. and G. Harris; 40 hides, Cribb and Foote; 1 package rusit, 8. Paris; 2 bags bags, Pettigrew; I fin sbrubs,, Walsh: 4 cases frult, R. Balcoctk ; I pckage models, Engineer of. Roads; ' ese fruit. Helssler asd Frasekse; 1 bag potatoes, T. Clarke; I case fruit, T. Dowse; I horse, Cowell; 519 sheep, Belt.
OXFORD ESSAYS AND REVIEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 5 July 1861
OXFORD ESSAYS AND REVIEWvS. LIKE every other celebrity, Oxford has her friends and her Foes. By the former she is regarded as the leader of philosophical thought and liberal opinion, and by the latter as the source of heterodoxy and irreligion. The simple announcement, therefore, of a book Oxonian, apart from its excellencies or defects, would be r gu:rantee for opinions not more numerous than divergent. This is not the first time within our memory that Oxford has aroused the attention and shocked the prejudice of Christendom. The celebrated ""Iracts for the Times," though unpretending in their title, asserted their claims to the notice of all, whether high Church, low Church, or no Church at all, and elicited signs of astonishment and terror. One of England's most masterly thinkers raised a manly voice for " aricient Christianihy," -and scores of British platforms rang with fulminations against Professors Newman and Pusey. Albeit the Tracts went on, and there was a panic. But. at l...
LIST OF AGENTS. TOWN. [Newspaper Article] — Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 5 July 1861
LIST OF AGENTS. Town. Brisbane-streelr ......... Mr. Whitehead, bookseller Little Ipsmich............ Mr. Joldb ton,-torekeer CoUrNra Sydney (George-street) Mr. A. Lewis Brisanes(Q&een-street) Mr. J. oodwyn, stationer Mr. T. Dowse Fortitude Valley......... Mr. G. Smith, chemist Kangaroo Poi ......... Mr. Quinn Warwick ................ Mr. Kingseord, storekeeper Canal Creek ............ Mr. P. Liddy, storekeeper T ma ............... Mr. Bennett, storekeeper Ro?ehampton ............ Mr. L. Sandel Calatoa, ............. Mr. W. Elliott. South Brisbane ......... Mr. Peterson, storekeeper Tooloosm Diggings ...... Mesrs. Betts, Drysdale, sel Cameron, storekeepers. Drayton "................ Mr. J. Smith, (IIarvey and
VARIETIES. [Newspaper Article] — Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 5 July 1861
VARIETIES. FEMALE DARicaG OF THE LAST CENTURY. - A ady came into Birmingham with a handsome equipage, and desired the landlord of the inn to get her a hbusand, being determined to marry some'. body or other before she left the town. The man bowed, and supposesd her ladyship to be in a face. tious humour, but being made sensible how t)qleh :he was it earnest, he went out in search of a man flhat would marry a fine lady without adking quesm tionsl After many repulses from poor fellows who were not desperate enough for ultch a rrenure, hI met with an exciseman, who said he " could pot be in a worse condition than lie was," anl accordiugly went witht the inlkeeper, and made a tender qi himself, which was all he had to bestow on. the - lady, who immediately went with him to one who gave them a licenise, and made the mtmaanmid Wife, on which the bride gave her spouse £200, and with out more delay left the town oand the bridegroom to find out who she was, or uuriddle this strange ad ventur...
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 — 5 July 1861
Oritgital ,Corrccupottebte. While our-columns woill be eays open to the insertion of correspondence on subjects of local and general interest, wee do not, by any means, hold ourselves responsible for the sentiments that may be epressed.] To the lditor vf the Ip?wich Herald, Sta,-The Courier is becoming very fueny latterly. Imagine his boast that we are beginning to appreciate his kind "intentions towards this town, both past and present. Such is the assertion made ue ofas apre. monitory.feelerin this morning's issue. Poor' fellow! how kind, how earskingly adapted fdr the purpose that follows, viz., an at ack on the Ipswich Corporation, by a comparison with its brother of Brisbane-and what for t Why, to show that if the letter body elect to paint their Frmes black, the Ipswich Corporation must do the same. The Brisbane Corporation borrowed money on their in dividual responsibilhty, ergo, the Ipswich Corporation must follow suit and do likewise. And because,forsooth, they have not don...
LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. WEDNESDAY, JULY 3. [Newspaper Article] — Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 5 July 1861
LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. WEDNESDAYs, JULY &. The SPEAKER took the chair at a quarter past three. ROAD THROUGK LOGAN DISTRICT. Mr. It. CRIBB asked, pursuant to notice,." If there has'been any road surveyed through the Logan district, towards the southern boundary of the colony:? If not, is it the intention of-the government .to do it, and when 1" The COLONIAL 'SECRETARY replied :t the question, reading his reply from a manuscript. The purport of the answer. however, quite inaudible in the reporters' gallery, and no opportunity was afforded of obtaining a copy of the manuscript. MORETON BAY TRAMWAY COMPAY. Mr. COXEN moved for leave to bring in a bill to authorise the making of the Moreton Bay Tramway, and to incorporate the Moreton Bay Tramway Company. Mr. R. CRIBB seconded the motion, which was put and passed. Tihe bill was subsequently brought in, and read a frst time. STANDING ORDERS COMMITTEE. Mr. LILLEY brought up two reports from the Stand. ,ing Orders Committee. LEGISLATIV...
DIARY. MEMORANDA TO NEXT PUBLICATION. [Newspaper Article] — Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 5 July 1861
ReabeANDA TO WEST PUBplCTIIOT. JULY. . u 8Un I lghWateienlie I"es.. I o.. : I A i" en .. I-. a-tnºA ........ - 6 6 3 . I S 1 6 '7 7 | 7 "4 1 8 S ATRDAY 6..... ( I 5 1 8( 0 1 8 - 7 I SoFao ......... 1 .53 ,1 6 6 1 9 4 J 9 0 8 Br7lsbanei.a hur45 minute0, and Ipswich 5 hours 5 minute, | O oloan a......... 06011 0 101 1 .0108S STOEIDAT,.. I &01 10 10 -' .1 ye 1el \oIWAn ns ... l .802i 017 l eo I 8i11 Ta2cpas ...... I Ol.l 0 17 I 20 ( 004 hleh'dlfe.nue must be added to the time of h?lh weter on the Tbheeaterly wlndls on the e.- t the Bcy, and the I?e.her In the river, often t?eus e varltlon from our table, but these are .-n.rely aldontal, nod governed by no known, Lne. haose .~t'oib bero to the !psoleeh Herald who do not 'reoi .thei ers a ular]y, would confor ae S ifavoiur thgo-Mtno*. riole-iailtely liforming him of the same
LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. WEDNESDAY, JULY 3. NATIONAL BOARD OF EDUCATION. [Newspaper Article] — Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 5 July 1861
'EGISILATIVE COUNCIL. WaDN$BDAT, DuLS 8. 1ATIONAL BOARD OF EDUCATION. Mr. YALDWYN obtained leave to withdraw his motion for a Oommittdo to'be appointed to engqair'into the workingof the National Board of Education. ALIENS'S BILL. On thelndtion of Br. HOBBS the House resolvedf itself intoa.committee of the whole for thesyprpose n considering' the tillin detail. Br. ROBBS explained that at the lat meeting Mr. Galloway suggeeted that so much of thenle?ting act as referred to the oathof naturalisatlon should be retailed 1n the present Bill, ant after mature consideration he had come to the condlusion that the suggestion ought to be adopted. The first elause was slightly amended on the motion of Dr. Hobbs, and passed. Clause 2, on the motion of the President was an.endel, by requiring the usual oath of allegiance. Mr. BAI.FOUR then proposed to insert, instead of the woeds justice of the peace, ' before one or more justices of the peace in Petty Sessions assembled"' which was carried. The...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 5 July 1861
CATHOLIC COlURCH. THE Rev. W. M'GINTY begs to offer his best thanks to the under-named subscribers for their liberal donations paid to him, this day, at the Town Marie Boiling Establishment, for the Ipswich Catholic Church. £ s. d. R. J. Smith, Esq ,.J.. ... ... 2 2 0 George Wilson ... ... .... 2 0 0 Alexander Wilson ... ... ... 1 0 0 John Clementte... ... ... ... 1 0 0 Patrick Connor... ... ... ... 1 0 0 Thomas Culis ... ... ... ... 1 0 .0 William ]Dy ... ... ... ... 1 0 0 Joseph Edwards ..... ... 1 0 0 James lHetrnan ... ... ... 1 0 0 James B shes ... ... .... ... 1 0 0 John Lyodn ... ... ... ... 1 0 0 Patrick Mnher ... ...... 1 0 0 JohnGO. C..Marstwller.,. ... 1. 0 0 Thomas I'Gaghran ... .... .. 1 0 0 Arthur M'Grary, juor .... ... ... 1 0 0 Timothy Ronn ... . . 1 0 0 Maurice Toomey ... ... ... 1 0 0 Edward Gormon ... ..... ... O 10 0 Peter enenaly.. ... .. ... 0 10 0 lawrence MGgkran .. ... 0 10 0 John M.lloy ... ... ... ... 0 10 0 Bobeht Smith ... ... ... 10 0. John Kell ...... ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 5 July 1861
(Ire 3FpdlntcR Wterci, TERMS: So aaeano'rlo.--The amount of subscription to the Bpmich •ersld to Eight Shillilngs and Sixpence per quarter. The nuarters terminate on the 30th September, gsat December, ist Morch, and 30th June, at whith periods o can subscribenr derllner by giving notice, and paying the amount due teo the end of the current quarter. Single coples, Sixpence,. DAavnroaesNes are Isserted acoording to the following scale:- Twoitne .. ...... "1 0 our lines ..... .... ...... 20 Six lines .... ..... ...... 2 0 Eight lines ...... ... ....' 0 Every addltionaleaig'inel ..... 1 O The following Dlscow ts amllowed on all advertisements 0ea tinund th r six insertions to per cent. In.or ia weeks ..... 25 ditto. or 26 oweeks ...... Stj dito. For32 weekt ....... dito. All advertisements must specify nn the face of them the ·umbei nrtlmet they are to be Inserted, or they wil te oon tinue till countermanded, and chorgedaseordingly. Orders for withdrawal or alteration cannot be received...
PARLIAMENT OF QUEENSLAND. LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. TUESDAY, JULY 2. MR. JTSTICE LUTWYCHE. [Newspaper Article] — Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 5 July 1861
PAIIUAMENT OF QJEENSLAND. (Abridged from the Brisbane Papers.) LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. TUESDAY, JULY 2. D1R. JTSTICE LUTWYCHE. The ATTORNEY-GENERAL laid on the tablethe copy of a letter from his Honor Mr. Justioo Lutwyohe, expressing his intention to petitich the Queen to disallow the Supreme Court Bill, it the salary of his suocessor on the Bench should bb fixed at a lower rate than £1500 per annum. MORETON BAY TRAMWAY COMPANY. Mr. COXEN presented a pettiion Tor the incorporation of the Moreton Bay Tramway Company. 'The petition set forth that the Company had complied with .theasual .preliminaries. Mr. COXEN gave notice that the following day he would move for leave tointroduce a Bill to incorporate: the Company. CUSTODY OF PAPERS. Ins reply to Mr..Ferrett, .the SPEAKER said it was the duty of the Clerk to'keep all the records and dooltente of the House. THE CASE OF MESSRS. W. AND J. NORTH. On the soggestion of the 'Colonial Secretary, Mr. BLAENEYEY expeessedhis .illingness to withdr...
NOTICES OF MOTION. [Newspaper Article] — Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 5 July 1861
NOTICES OF MOTION, By Alerman RETHUNE "That this Council, at their nest meeting, t,1e info conuideratioji the propriety of estahiehitg a bye-law for t .thepurpo?esef ievgiega. meall.wiierfege on .all goods, cattle, and homees, shipped or lamed at Ipewich wharf, also, to reduoe the present charge for water-frontage." By Alderman IBTBU*III - "That the ?yor, together, with the Aldermen and Ratepgyers of Ipsiteh' petition thoe G~oeanment to plaes, the management and proceeds of the Ipewieli impeoud.. ing yard 1 boe hants the Ipswicli Oorporqtto,