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DEPARTURE. [Newspaper Article] — Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 9 July 1861

DEPARTURE. July 5.-Volunteer, senooner, 70 tons, (aptayn Howe, for tbe Tweed Rive in ballast No passengers.

Publication Title: Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser
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DESTITUTION IN IPSWICH. [Newspaper Article] — Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 9 July 1861

DiESTITUTIONT lf. IPSWMJ3L1`!. 1 WE were considerably taken aback atsih 'e lpw ing letter in the Sydney Empirie.. _}b' e .ipl we can make to it is tht.it iseitireyXljftm beginning to end. It is true eiong thao hrand in Brisbane, and in every other v'n A i usratia there is frequently, a scircity of *ork; but there 's alhwys a demand for labour for the bush ;baand ai y man who really wants employment and goe.th. right way to work to look for it can always otai. it. It was oily yesterday that we heair a wealib* nuatter tell his agentto send up wjth )is dirayiten -shepherds at the current rate of wages, remiking that,althuoghlie.was in no immediatew'nt ol ? men, yet there. was a reat scarcity of labour . la? a " LT Edistr d tahe Emspire. ' "SB?r-I:.t you will do me the favour 'Oin sertineri vs aluable coldimiSt EfIe n i its publication aI have the.effect of'petftg may in your col, Ibo are ici"t ifortable cr cumstances and intenT emigrating.tothibpartf the Antipodes, 'from becoming *redn...

Publication Title: Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 9 July 1861

CATHOLIC CHUJRCH. T HE Rev. W. M'GI: TY 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. IP. . ...... 2 2 01 George Wilson ... ........ 2 0 0 Alexander Wilson ... ... ... I1 0 0 John Clements ... ... ... ... 1 0 0 Patrick Conner... ... ... ... 1 0 0 Thomas Culla ... ... ... ... 1 0 0 William Day .... ... ... ... 1 Q 0 Joseph Edwards ... .. ... 1 4 0 James Heffernan ......... 1 0 0 James Bughe? ... ... ... ... 1 0 4 John Lynd-n ... ... ... ... 1 0 0. Patrick Maher ... ... ... 1 0 0 John G.C. Marnrteller... ... ... 1 0 0 Thomas M'Gaghran ... ..1.... 0 0 Arthur M'Grory, junr.... ... . 1 0 O Timothy Renan ... ... ... 1. 0 0 Maurice T.omey ....... 1 0 0 Edward Gormon ... 0 10 0 Peter Kennedy.. ... ... ... O 10 0 Lawrence M'Gsgtran .. .. ... 0 10 0 John Molyloy .... .. .. 0 10 0 Robert Smith .. ... ... .. 0 10 0 John Keil . .....

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 9 July 1861

(lete Ipdinblch enicattr TE A 8: e asec?rIo.ro.-The amount of subhmriptin to the Ipi wcl lerald is Eight shillinga and Sltpence per quarter. The quaters terminatet oa the B0th September,? lit Decetber, 8lat March, aend 30th June, at which perlode onagcan eubacribera dealine, by giving dotlee, and paying the amount due to the end fto::aeurrenttoqartr. slngie copie, Sx!pence. ARsnteaEosxnTe are inserted according to the following sicale: a. d. * w io nes ...... .. .... .. ...... 0 Four Ilnes..... ...... 0 "Slxlin es ...... ...... ... 2 Eight llne ...... . S Every additional eight lnes ...... 1 0 he following Dascopr in allowed on sl adsvertisemelnt aon }lnu.d l or - six insertLons 10 percent. eor 13 weeks...... 25 ditto. S For 6 weeks ..... 8 dltto. For 62 weeke Y.... 0 ditto. All advertisemeita inist speelty on the face of them the -tmber of times they are to be Inserted, 'or they wil be eon ttlnue till countermanded, end charged accordingly. Orders for withdrawal or ~lte?ation canno...

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Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVAL. [Newspaper Article] — Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 9 July 1861

$pptn . utecignue. -4-f- ARRLV AL * July 3.--Duke oa Wellington, ?hooaner, OS tans, Captain Clulow, from Sydney. Passengers--Messrs. Candlish, Green wood, Flirtl, ind Copes. G. Raffand Co., agents. July 4.-Uncle ~dm, schooner, 166 tons, Captain Lake, froo Rockhoptnn. Passengere.hlr. Armstrnong. . Towns, agent. July 5.--Prine Albert. brig, BSt tons, Captain Wells, ihom Melbourne. Passenger--. Keel. . Rff oand Co., agents. July 5.-Clarence, ateamser, Captain Caoier, nom the Northern Ports. Passengers--Mrs. Eaton, Mlrs. awnaley, rs. Cornwaell, the Collector of Customs, Messrs. Walsh, Monlssett, BlLgh, Mate •eft. Keloan. D. Maeckenle, T. B. YaLes, Bfhsster, Mackay, Blsck, Kingsford, Robertson, W. Achxea and five In the ?teerage. July 6.-Telegraph, steamer, 00 tons, CaptlainO'Rellly, from Jydney July 4th. Passengersa-lr. and Mrs. D. Maepherson, Mr. and Mrs. Linden, Mrn. Drew, Messrs. . Sandeman, A. . Wetenhall. J. C. Mloore, dams, G. K. Allan, A. Ball, De Stage, ,;ytl, F. W Btnney, F. W....

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 9 July 1861

£100 REWARD TE, the UNDERSIGNED, hereby offer a Reward of ONE HUNDRED POUNDS to any person who may give such information as will convict any party or parties of having stolen any Horses or Cattle belonging to us from either of the undermentioned runs or elsewhere. A. WIENHOLT, Maryvale. 0. and W. DAVIDSON, Canning Downs. MARSHALL and DEUCHAR, Glengallan. J. W. BUCKLAND, Rosenthal. 32 HENRY CHALLENER, PRACTICAL WORKING GUNMAKER, AND IMPORTER, Has on hand a large stock of Single and Double Barrelled Guns, Rifles. Car bines, and Pistols, WILLIAM TRENTER'S, COLT'S, and other Revolving Rifles and Pistols. BLEY'S APPARATUS AND AMMUNITION ALWAYS ON HAND. Repairs properly executed, and Guns re-stocked, in the London style. ENFIELD RIFLES, with ball-moulds, &c., for sale. TERRY Breech-loading rifles, assorted, early ex pected. The Trade and Storekeepers supplied with Gun Stocks and all other Materials, &c., &c. 134-23 TO BE SOLD by Private Sale, that Portion of Land, ...

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Local and District News. [Newspaper Article] — Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 9 July 1861

ULocar anttWl 3tttrit Netas. SAvIwa?T BANK.-We understand that Government have at length acceded to the request of the inhabitants of Ipswich, and are about to authorise the establishment of a local Savings Bank. OCArTAt BLAKE, Adjutant of the Queensland Volun teer Rifle Brigade, will return to Brisbane on Friday, to put the Volunteer Corps in that eity through a course of musketry instruotion. He expects to return here in the course of another month or two.' GtRAQena Scuoo?.-We are informed that the sum of £2000 has been subscribed by the Catholio eom unlity in this town for the establishment of a Grammar School This liberality is highly creditable to those :conoerned, and it would have been well if the followers of other religious persuasions in the town had sooner taken advantage of the provisions of the Grammar Sohool Act. We must regret, however, that itshould be allowed to have the appearance of being a sectarlan movement, through being confined only to aone'eliioup bodly. IxM...

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DIARY. MEMORANDA TO NEXT PUBLICATION. [Newspaper Article] — Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 9 July 1861

DIAItY. JULo. .. I Sun t HilgWatren S • tsset. I Sets. I Morn. Aftemr SI To?saa ...... I 6 2 16 | 16')'10 50 1 11 I6 .0.1 WDSeIsDAY ... 6 52.1 5 17 .11.42 .1 ?0.4 71 1 THRnseaY ...... 1 8 62 0 6. 17 1 0 20 0 !64 1 1 FrDAY ........ 6 62..1 6 171 1 l2 I 146 13 SATrohaav ...... 1 6 51 | 6 16 I 2 10 I .?. 14 ( 1anspar ....... I 610 l I I 18 2 T 0.1 922 15 MonnAY ......... . 6 60 I S .1I 3 4J8 . 4 6 Thie ifeune in time between high Water at the .Bar and r?eesbanels 1 Jour 45 minutes, and Ipwlich 6 hourn 25 minutes, I2ch dle'eineemist bemd!Oed to the time of high water t the Theeaseterly nwndson thees t the Bsay, nd the fresher In herilveter, often cmusea oarttonl from oar table but these are' anerely accldental, end governed by no known law. Those fubsribers to the Ipeil fHerld wbO do nlot Sreceive their .papers regularly, would confer a favour on the Manager by immediately. informing 'him of the same.

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TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 9 July 1861

TO"CORBGSPONDENTS. JNo uiotice Ean be takese of anwnymous commtni cations. Whlatever is intended for insertion, muet be authenticated by the name aud addreae of the writer; not mceaaariZifyorpublication, but as a.guarantee of eis good faith. We'cannot undertake to return rejected comoiuni cations. I. TUESD *pY bUitL Y ,' 186.. TUE~sDkY, JULY 0, 1861.

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MONDAY, 8TH JULY. [Newspaper Article] — Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 9 July 1861

MODOAY, 8TH JULY. Before the Police Magistrate. Thomas Monoghan was finea 10s., or twenty-four hours' in the cells, for drunkenness. Jackey, an aboriginal, was chbarged with the same offence. Discharged with a reprimand, having been confined forty-eight bours. Jane Brown, for using profane and obscene language. Pleaded guily, fined £2, in default, ,one snonth's im prisonment in Brisbane Gaol.

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ROSTER FOR JULY. [Newspaper Article] — Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 9 July 1861

ROSTER FOR JULY.-9, J. P&nton and J. Rauken; 12, T. De L. Moffatt nad Dr. Lucas ; 16, G. Faircloth and B. Cribb; 19, T. Rowlands and 3E. W. Lamb; 23, J. Fleming and G. H. Wilson; 26, R. .J Smith and J. Panton; 30, J. P. Bell and 4G. H WVilson.

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IPSWICH POLICE COURT. FRIDAY, 5th JULY. [Newspaper Article] — Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 9 July 1861

IPSWICO POLICE COURlT. FmnAY, 5th JULY. 3crong the Police Magistrate and G. H. Wilson, .P. Charles Crawley was fined 15s., in default, forty-eight hours' in the cells, for being drunk and disorderly. Charles Arnold v. Francis M'Loughlin. - Obscene language. Defendant found guilty, and fined £l; in default, seven days in the Brisbane Gaol, with Ba. 2d. costs. John Glennon v. George Fitseimmona.-Assaut. Pleaded guilty, fined £3; in default, one month's im prinonment in Brisbane Gaol

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SATURDAY, 6TH JULY. [Newspaper Article] — Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 9 July 1861

SATUDALY, 6TY JULY. Before the Police Magistrate. Henry Brown Simpson. Profane swearing. Pleaded guity, imed 10s.; in default, twenty.four hours'inthe cells. Beevorv.Webber.-Assault. Remanded to Tharsday. Defendant allowed to ball on his own reebgnisances, in the sum of £i0, to appear on Thursday, llth inst. Eliza Ann Evans, brought up as a lunatic. Her father offering to take charge of her, she was die. charged.

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SMALL DEBTS' COURT. WEDNESDAY, 4th JULY. [Newspaper Article] — Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 9 July 1861

SMALL DEBTS' COURT. W?D?SDAY, 4th JUILY. Before the Police Magistrate. Samuel Paris v. Charles Brown.--Dismissed. W. Munro Smith v. A. H. Blair.-For plaintiff, 41. 5s. i W. Munro Smith v. John M'Leod.-For plaintif 1S. 5s.. W. Munro Smith v. Catherine Fenning.-For plain ff, 41.Js. 6d. j Jeseph 'Fleming s. Henry Skinner.--For plaintiff, 91. -. 7d. David Ansell v. Joseph. Postlewaite.-For plaintif, John 'Pettigrew v. Patrick M'Namara.--ettled out of John Pettigrew v. Henry Skinner.-For plaintiff 91. .9s. lld, and Ss. costs. John Pettigrew v. William Conry.-For ulaintiff, 41. 12s. Old. John Pettigrew v. Messrs. Marsh and Row.--Settled out of Court. Barrington and Webb v.William Craiea.-For plaintiff; S1. 8s. 4d. SJohn Haekshall v. David AnselL- Dismissed, no asppearance of plaintiff. Thomas Boyland v. Henry Eilner.--Postponed until 'Wednesday, the 10th instant. Thomas.DBoyland.v. Henry Skinner.-For plaintif, 31. 6s. C.. F. Chubb v. Walter Grieves. -For plaintif, 41. 4s. 2d. Godfrey O'Ro...

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FRIDAY, 5th JULY. [Newspaper Article] — Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 9 July 1861

F ?_~n, 5th Jim. Before the Pdlice Magistrate and G. H. Wilson, J.P. Male and Denman v. Alexander .~Donald.-For 1 hlaintiff, 71. 148. 4d.

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PRODUCE AND STOCK CIRCULAR. [MORT AND CO.] [Newspaper Article] — Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 9 July 1861

PBOt3Ci E AND'STOOK CCIULhOIG i~ r0.? ,Wpao-QOvn t hirty- wo bIlo were broig t f W1"' at our au ation ale t=I s day, the whole tof wCi a I ,.. ^a·pay tserat~ii a fiyallp tolbo'ekettUifl2Bg .; Two ptab~ boW-aeliad-B~JBa 18 bales,' flgerflSd;, a?.r~.eI .B hbles, scoured, 2LIdp)pJb. SwzrEprai;-Moderate supply andm g9O° . . 'he Ibt solil Bhowing aslight adance t?altt er5:. "i TALLOw.--Thi niarket still rememiniullK will:only:.operpte for their inmnedia?e? ; purohs.q e d for ipiment are oillingra) t aS ductioknwihich Salira doovolitelie fotoip.. Otilriales't-dvi aouanted toseeanty~foaiwir»tha6>y B6 quoted below. eM-4' i'j4 Hwipas-The whle of those categed war quality, 'or f f 1088. wresot, theibolk' 'flbhichaa i 6fOfB$;h

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SYDNEY. Sydney, July 4, 1861. [Newspaper Article] — Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 9 July 1861

SYM)NEY. [FarOu oR CORBESPONDENT.] Sydney, July 4, 1861. We still exist notwithstanding the ungracious nearness with which the comet favoured us. Noth ing up to the present time has occurred morethan the ordinary events peculiar to this unodame state, and as it is rushing away from 'as at a rate hardly safe to mention, may reasonably resolve ourselves in that calm frame of mind we were enjoying when our reveries were disturbed by this brilliant visitor. Nothing of particular moment has taken place since my last, unless it is a little extra work in the insolvent Court through 'the number of small trades men seeking refige in that sanctuary from the grasping avarice of individual creditors. Efforts have been made during the week to dis cover the remains of the unfortunate Dunbar; the painful history of which will doubtless be familiar with a large number of your readers. The graphic account below is from the REmpire TaE D??ss.--On Thursday last, Mr. Thomas D. facnab, an experienced di...

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ENGLISH EXTRACTS. [Newspaper Article] — Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 9 July 1861

ENGLISH EXTRACTS. The German Diet has provisionally .voted. one, million florins for the arming of the fed4arl y-a tresses with rifled cannon. This sum is divided as follows:-Mayence 300,000 florins, Ulm 240,000 forins, Reastatt 200,000 florins, Luxembourg 150,000 lorins, and Landau 110,000 florins. A singular instance of canine idelity and attachment has occured at Portree, Islel of Skye. A young man some few weeks ago died\of fever, and his dog lollowed the funeral to the chirchyard, aryl was with difficulty removed. It returded again and again to.the spot, and, unobserved, dug into the grave until it reached the coffin. At Portree, as in many other parts of the Highlands, the people bury their dead in a very superficial manner, making only shallow gaves. The dog had gnawed thro gh the coffin when. the fact was discovered, but the body of its dead master was untouched; and there the faithful animal was found looking into the grave. STREET TRxea ATYS-The Street Tramway is at presen...

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VARIETIES. [Newspaper Article] — Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 9 July 1861

VARIETIES. AN AFRICAN SBACatrFI.-At the mouth of the Brass River, when an Albino girl is sacrificed, the officiator at this ceremony is an old man named Onteroo. He has an enormous tuberosity on the back of his head; but whether his divinity, is believed to exist in this or not, my informant can not say. Several canoes accompany him and the victim, who, it seems, is quite satisfied with her fate, as she is indoctrinated with the idea that her future destiny is to be married to a white man. As soon as they reach the bar, the canoes are all turned with their heads homewards; the word is given, and the girl is thrown into the water, with a weight round her neck to prevent her floating, thus obvisting.the possibility of an escape.-Ten Years' Wanderings among the Ethiopiaans. By Thomas J. Butchinson, F.. G.B. CAwxINGa A TARTAB.-WnAT CAKt OF LIFT meG A Tuasra.--The other day several sappers and mihers were passing a gentleman's mansion not far from Airdrie, when one of them stepped off th...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 9 July 1861

MARRIAGES.           On the 18th June, at Brisbane, by the Rev. J. H. Fletcher, George Francis Smith, late of London, to Eliza Jane, eldest daughter of George Brightwell, late of Chelmsford, Essex. On the 6th July, at St. Mary's Church, Ipswich, by the Rev. W. McGinty, Mr. John George Christopher Marsteller, of Town Marie, and late of Germany, to Miss Mary McGaghran, of Town Marie, and late of county Fermanagh, Ireland. DEATH.   On board the ship Anglesea, on his return to this colony, on the 26th April, William O'Grady Haly, Esq, of Taabinga,   Burnett, youngest son of the late Colonel W. C. Haly.

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