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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 12 July 1861

THE QUARTER'S, REVENUE. OPA.RATIrE STATEMENT Of tie CONSOLIDATED RE'ENR Of the CoLonur t QUREEKSAND, and of the SPECIAL FUNDS paid into the TEASmURY at BBISIwNE, during the Quarters ended 80th JuNE, 1860, and 80th JUNE, 1861, respectively . QUAETEB QTUABTE HEAD OF REVENUE OR RECEIPT. ended ended June 30, June 30, 1860. 1861. CUSTOMS- dS. & C s.n d. Spirits ... ... ....... 8022 11 6 9296 14 8 Wine ... ... .. ... ... ... . 809 0 67 9 11 AlePorter, and Beer of all sorts ... ...158 .8 1 1O 8 10 obaco ... ...... ... ... ... 290 7 7 3405 0 4 Tea . .. .61.. . ... ..9 .. 1 9 1152 17 2 Sugar and Molasses ... ... . .. .. ... 931 010 1093 1 1 Coffe&, Chocolate, and Coco ... ... .. ... ... 449 14 3 3 5 2 Opium... ... ... .. .. . .. . 88 11 3 95 8 10 14,527 13 5 16,241 3 0 LAND rEVENUE Proce.ds of Land Sales ... .... . ...20,35 10 10 19,800 13 8 Rent ofLanid ... .. ... 5.. ... ..., 85 7 6 6712 3t 3 Baney of Runa ... .. ..... .. 0 13 0 0 -Assessment on Buns ... ... . .... ... .. 8...

Publication Title: Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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GAYNDAH RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 12 July 1861

GAYNDAH RACES: Tues first Meting of the Queensland Jockey Club,-took place on the 25th, 26th, and 27th Juams. 'P eh $sBmett Argae we extract the names of the winaear Frasr DaY.-Mfaiden Plate; Hazeldean, 1 Ojruiser, 2. Gayndah Plate: Lucy, 1; H hazpd,2 ap' :. -Weltg Cralser, 1; Coronet 2. Hack Belisng l8tabks:f erag. leap, '1; Beeswing, 2. , SECOND DAY.-Hnrdle Uses a Lottery, I; !Jotth Star. 2. Hack HurdleRases LtCatic 1; Admial, 2. Corinthian Stakes; Hazeldean, l Lottery, 2. Hack Race: Ginger, l; Banoo, 2 Tore? DAY.--Pablica's Purse :. asedeenal, IL-y 2. Ladies Purse: Bclipse, 1; Jocntp 2.CCone tion Stakes: Play Boy- 1 anep, 2. ie r-s cap: Eclipse, 1; Haxledesc, 2. Sac, 'Rs ase, .uy s, 1; Faugh-lua$Blthigh:,'2. Friday, after the aces. Prouces?d Pl?tae , .M.- ; Knavery, 2. laintaisfor 2'ý140 asside, betwcs %4e:e ad Coronet, 8S'milea,1 atone weighti Cruiaer, l t1 h;d' aac 2. -~ Mr. N. P. Willis spec?lates thus fancifilly.oi'the possible ouitaoorouss of the parlotr skatesa:-° he 'fleix...

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OXFORD ESSAYS AND REVIEWS. No. II.—ESSAY 1. [Newspaper Article] — Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 12 July 1861

OXFORD ESSAYS AND REVIEWS. No. II.-Essay 1. IT would be useless to attempt anything like an analysis either of each individual Essay, or of the Essays and Reviews as a whole. But there are some of our readers who are anxious to know what this notorious volume is really sabout. For the sake of such we have resumed our pen, and shall give the sum and isubstance of one or two of these far-famed productions. The scholar and the student should pass on to something on the subject that is more pre tentious and complete; it is not foi them that we write. The Essays and Reviews will neither be strenuously defended nor violently opposed. If they be.true, our ansWer is-truth is eloquent and needs not our advocacy. If they be not true, we need not disturb our equanimity, for error isits own refutation, even though gilded by the sophistry of learning or softened by the blandishments of goodness. The first of these contributions is an Essay ; its author, Dr. Temple, Bead Master of Rugby ; its sub...

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PARLIAMENTARY PAPERS. PETITION OF IMMIGRANTS BY "FORTITUDE" AND "CHASELEY." [Newspaper Article] — Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 12 July 1861

PARLIAMENTARY PAPERS. PETITION OF IMMIGRANTS BY "FORTI TUDE" AND "CHASELEY." To the Honorable the Members of the Legislative Assembly of Queensland, in Parliament assembled. The petition of the underssigned Immigrants by ships " Fortitude" and " Chaseley." Humbly Sheweth: That your petitioners emigrated from England for the Port of Brisbane-then of New South Wales, but now of Queensland--in the year 1848. They were induced to do so from the representations made to them by the Rev. Dr. Lang, to the effect that each adult should receive, in addition to his or her passage, sixteen acres of land from the then Government of New South Wales. That the Land Orders than given by Dr. Lang have never been honored, the government of New.South Walse baving refused to acknowledge that any contract existed between them and him. That notwithstanding siih disappointment your petitioners have settled in the district of Moreton Bay, now forming part of the colony of Queensland. That, during the period...

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DEPARTURES. [Newspaper Article] — Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 12 July 1861

DEPARTUEBS. July 8.-4eanaleDveq schooner, 101 tons, Captain MeDemoItt, for Sydney. Onepassenger in steerage. July9.-- larense, steamer, Captain Cottler, for the Northern pEorts. Passengers-Mr. and Mrs. Leith Hay, Mrs. Cornwall, 1t. Eaton, Lieutenant lligh, Messrs. Courtnay, Walsh, Maddox, EllIott, Johnston, R. Porter, i. Porter, J. B. Yates, Mlnton; Jullan, and eighteen in the steerage. July 10.--Telegraph, steamer, 700 tons, CsptLain O'Reilly, for Sydney. Passengee--E. V. Mlorrisett, Smitt, D. Ferguson, Pratt, J. I. llidge, W. Archer, W. Iobilnoso. D. W. Laurle, BlacLk, I Blateley, W. M. Mcl)ouga1, Jellrat, . Monrrts, Miss Fleteher, and ten to the steerage.

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LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. WEDNESDAY, JULY 10. CONTRADICTION. [Newspaper Article] — Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 12 July 1861

LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. WEDNESDAY, JULY 10. CONTRADICTION. Mr. FLEMING rose to contradict a statement which was reported to have been made by Mr. O'Bullivan on Friday last, during the debate on the Moreton Bay Tramway Bill, to the effect that he (Mr. Fleming) was interested in the Tramway Company. Such statement was without foundation, be haring no interest in the company. Mr. O'SULLIVAN deniedthathe had msdeanyeuch' statement. Mr. FLEMING was quite satisfied with the statement made by Mr. O'Sullivan. He knew nothing of the matter beyond the report appearing in the Guardian of Saturday. Mr. MOFFATT was present during the debate, but did not bhear any such statement as that referred to by the bon. member (Mr. Fleming). PAPERS. The COLONIAL SECRETARY laid upon the table some papers relating to the Mail Service between England and the Australian colonies. BENEVOLENT ASYLUM BILL. Mr. ROYDS, pursuant to notice, applied for leave to introduce a bill for the management of Benevolent Asylum W...

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IMPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 12 July 1861

IMPOtIT& Cydlone: O,OO fee/ t umber, 137 pair bshes, 91 door, 20 bags ofpotatoes, i spring cart, 121 eases wrbLky. 270 bags mate, 200 boxes candles, 8 cases eecta, 6 bales ay, H. 8. GEsn'elL

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ALIENS BILL. [Newspaper Article] — Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 12 July 1861

ALIENS BILL. On the motionof Dr. HOBBS, the report from the committe f the whole on this Bill was adopted, and the third reading fixed as an order for the next day. PENCING BILL. Dr. HOBBS moved the second reading of this Bill, and in doing so, briefly explained its provisions, much to the same effect as the introducer of the bill in the other House. The motion was carried, and the committal of the Bill was fixed as an order for Wednesday next. The House adjourned until the next day at 8 o'clock.

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EXPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 12 July 1861

EXMORTS. Jeanle Dove: 251 hides, 39 casks tallow, nuasell and Tayloa; 6 Lags fldour, it. Cribb ; I cwt. 2 quarte copper, J. McDermont; 47 casks tallow, 23 bales wool, l123 hlde, G. Rat and Co.; 2883 ?est pine, Petligrewa. Clarunce : For Maryborough--2 paokages, Swanson; I baundl galvanlzed Iron, 1 plough, 3 shares, 3. tarkwell ; I ble. 2 cases hock, 6 bags maize, 2 cheats tea, 1 case, bale, 2 bunmdles, 2 cans' tar, hogshead, 1 ease fruit. I bag sugar, 2 bags rice, I cae sardines, cset ollstores, 2 kegs apples, B bags oan. and-barley, saddle, 2 bogahbeds sugar. I box raisins, 1 case drapery, I quarter cok vinegar, 3. and G. Harrnis ; 2 iron botlpre, Perry Brothers, Sparcel, Cameron; I porel, urvey-odice; i0 bgs potatoes,' ohnson; I case, T. 8. Warry; II packages luggoge, W. Gray and Co.; 30 bags 1our, N. Bartley; I box notatoes, r caskplast A. J. Hocklnga; I package, M'Donald ; bale, Police Depoet m?t; 2 parcels, R. A. Riagoford. For Gladstone: I box, I cane I caslk, 2 bouckes, 2 pol...

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PARLIAMENT OF QUEENSLAND. LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. WEDNESDAY, JULY 10. PAPERS. [Newspaper Article] — Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 12 July 1861

PARLIAMENT OF QUEENSLAND. (Frjm the Courier.) LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. WEDNESDAY, JULY 10. . PAPERS. Dr. HOBBS laid on the table a commeision from bis Excellency the governor, empowering the Preaident of the Legislative Council to fill the oflice of Administrator of the Government in the event of the death or absence of his Excellenoy. Also, a paper relating to postal communieation. Both papers were ordered to be printed.

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LIST OF AGENTS. TOWN. [Newspaper Article] — Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 12 July 1861

+;n LIST OF AGENTS. ToWN. Brisbae-street ........ Mr. Whitehead, bookseller Little Ipwich............ Mr. Johnston, storekeeper Coun ar. Sydney (George-street) Mr. A. Lewis Brisbane (Quee-street) Mr. J. Goodwyn, stationer Mr. T. Dowse Foertitude Yiley....... Mr. G. Smith, chemist Keagaroos int ,,. Mr. Qinn. Iwtriek..k s**** Mr. Kingsford, storekeeper Casal Creek ..... . Mr. P. Liddy, storekeeper T4eowoomba .............. Mr. Bennett, storekeeper Re k-anaptoe ........... 'Mr. L. Sandel Calnda .............. Mr, W. Elliott.

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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 — 12 July 1861

Original CorratpoarttEnt. I[While our columns will be always open to the insertion of correspondenee on subjects of local and general interest, toe do not, by any means, hold ourselves responsible for the senttimets that mnay be epzressed.] To the Editor of the Ipswich Heraid. ta,- V\ n I heard of the intention of the Government to bring in ? Bill to amendthe Corporation Act, I'was under the impression that provision would be made to eanpel owners of property to herb and fenoe in front of it; but I regret to say such is not the case, and the iesult will be that'our pathwaye must remain from ymear to year in no betternondition than they are at present Lad lards, no doubt, would grumble; but ultimately they would think differently when they saw the inoreased value their property would receive by this improvement. With the limited meani at the disposal of the Corpora tion, it is impossible they can ever do it; and no matter what they may try to do in making and improving our stuoets it...

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ARRIVAL AND CLOSING OF THE MAILS. MAILS ARRIVE. [Newspaper Article] — Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 12 July 1861

ARRIVAL AND CLOSING OF THIE Bu1sfAwE-Daily r 7 p m. \ DR DAraN, AxD ToOwoo2I3-4'Thnday 8 p.m. ) and Thursday, 8 p.m. T !t WABwCL.-Wodnflday3 3p.m.; an Satur -days2m. 2p.'f\.

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IPSWICH MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 12 July 1861

IPSWICHI MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. THE usual weekly meeting of the Municipal Council was held on Wednesday afternoon. Present :-The Mayor and Aldermen Johnston, Gorry, Clune, Watkins, and O'Mllocy. The minutes of the previous meeting were read and confirmed. The report of the Overseer of Works was read, stating that six men and two horses had been employed during the week. The Report of the Finance Committee was handed in and adopted. The following were the items: H. B. Way, engrossing petition for commonage, £1 is.; W. Basser, sundries, .£1 1s.; J. Glennon, timber, £6 6s.. S. Whitohead, stationery, £1 6s. 44.; M. Donohue, balance of account for carting metal for Brisbane-street, £20 15s.; wages and cartage, £16 4o.; H. Campbell, blacksmith's work, £3 2s.3d. WHABFAGE BaTES. The following motion, of which notice was given by Alderman Bethune, lapsed through the absence ,of the mover : "That this Council take into consideration the pro priety of establishing a bye-law for the purpose of levy...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 12 July 1861

SALES BY AUCTION HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE. For Sale by Public Auction, ON TUESDAY, THE 16Ta INSTANT. H M. COCKBURN has received instructions . from Dr. LvCAS, to Sell by Public Auction, at his residence, Ellenborough-street, On TUESDAY, the 16th lastaut, at 11 o'clock precisely, THE WHOLE OF THE FURNITURE, Consisting of 1 Cedar Table andsover 1 Double Iron Bedstead 2 Spring- seated Arm 2 Single Iron Bedsteads Chairs 1 Palliasse 4 Cedar Chairs 4 Cocoanut Mattresses I Cedar cane - seated Feather Bolsters and Rocking Chair Pillows 1 Cheffonier 2 Cedar Washstands 1 Bookcase 1 Cedar Cupboard .1 Cedar Sofa. and Mat- Cedar Dressing Table tress 2 Toilet Sets 1 Fender and Fire-irons 2 Chests Drawers 5 Pictures I Cedar Wardrobe. 1 Umbrella Stand. PLATED - Cruet-stand, Liqueur-stand, Butter basket, Toast-rack, Waiters, Fruit-basket,. SOoffee-pot,Teapot,Candlesticks, Forks, Spoons, Ladles &c ' GLABSS-Decanters, Ale and Wine-glasses, Sugar iasin, Cream-jug, Water-jug, Dishes, &c. An' ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 12 July 1861

the ptMa1ht %tea r, TERM8: SorscnPorroi.-The amount ol subseriptlon to the rpseeleo 7lernid is Eight Shillings and Sixpence per quarter. The quarters termielte on the both September, $lot Deeeeber, Sist March, and Othl June, at which perlode oele can subescriber doeline, by giving nooitoe, and paylhg the amount due to the end rof tihre current quarter. Single opieSl, Sixpence. AllvaEnor1tLem Ta Are Inserted according to the folIowinl scrle: Teallcee..... s e... PFour lines ........... ...... O 2 0 Mlllnees ......2... ..5....2 Eight lines ...... ... ...... Every addltionolelghtllnes -..... 1 0 The following Drsconl is allowed on all advertisements cone tnuatd ~nor clx olnserona 20 percet,. oSe 13 weeks ...... 25 ditto. For 20 weeks ...... w 831 ditto. Fora 2 weekle...'.. ?0 ditto. All ndvertlsements must specify on the foe of them the umer of times they re to'he Inserted, or they will be eoo tins till countermanded, and charged accordingly. Orders for withdrawal 'or lterotlon'eannot ...

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Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVAL. [Newspaper Article] — Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 12 July 1861

&D~ippinrg ntets~iience A$IItVAL. Jnly 1O.-Cyclone, scheaner, 89 tone, Capatan Hedr, ftem lelbonmeand Newreatle. Paeaengera-Mra. and Mni Coenaaltt andame In the ateerage; H. S. Greniell, agent.

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FASSIFERN STUD. [Newspaper Article] — Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 12 July 1861

FPASSIFERB STUD. THE Entire Horses *PIONEER, BIRDAR, YOUNG SUFFOLK,and BLUE ADMIRAL will standthis season at Faisifern;. 'Season com mencing 1st September, 1881, and endig 1st June, 1862, at which period.all mares 'hust be removed and paidf. .. .PIONEER.'. Thi thoroughbred horse, .lately..mportea. from Englad, is a beautiful brown with black points,. stands 15,2jI ands high. Bred by theEarl of Scar borough, and own brother to the famous .hbrse. Skirmisher, winner of the Oroat Northern Handicap in 1857. :PniGaBE,.-Pioneer by Voltigeur, out-of Yard hamrGranddam by Labgar, Voltigeur by Voltaire, out of Mirtha Lybu. For further particular see Stud Book, Vot 8, p. 170. Voltigeurthe father of thiiihord eis the'iostofashionable bloo4 idi England, and withdit tdpibt one of the finest sires ever E.g-" tia 'prodnced. Termsý-O guineas each mare, . an Arab, 's. a bright bay, rith. black points,. of immense power, 7 years old, and, has very lately arrived in the colony from .Oalcutta; He is pro ...

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SMALL DEBTS' COURT. WEDNESDAY, 10th JULY. [Newspaper Article] — Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 12 July 1861

SMALL DEBTS' COURT. WEDNESDAY, 10th JULY.' EieOlBE the Police Magistrate and G. 1$. Wilson,J.P. Tho following cases, which were postponed from last Court day, came on this day. Thomas Boyland e. H. Kilner.--£ ds. Dis missed. John Moran v. John Hawkios.-£2 4s 6d. Dis. missed, the Court having no jurisdiction. John Moran e, John M'Leod.-£4 17s. Settled out of Court. P. G. Coploy v. Edmund Owens.-For plaintiff £9 10s. Thomas Kenyon v. D. AnselL-£7 16s. Case dia. missed.

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ENGLISH EXTRACTS. [Newspaper Article] — Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 12 July 1861

ENGLISH EXTRACTS. Eo?UsE Icos.--Two straugaei-presented them saelves on the 29th of 3March, at the prison of the Conciergerie, and requested permission to see'the prison where Marie Autoirette was, detained. They were not funrished with any order, and the usher hesitated; but coinmmiieating the request- to the magistrate, and. adding that they had the appearance of distinguished.personse the permission was glantdd. In the prison of Marie'Antoinette one vf the visitors knelt down and prayed for a time. They were shown other interesting places, and the same ady.knelt down:to ipray in another poison .room as fervently as she had done in that of Marie Antoinette: It was the place where the then Prince Louis Napoleonshad been detain?d. On leaving, a gratuity of forty francs wasegiven to the usher; and the lady, on lifting her veil, was recognised as the Empress.- Oourt loernal. A OCuroLIs .CkrasrhorO .- re of those inlucky occurrgncqs..which of late have become. so common took pls4g ien ...

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