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PRODUCE AND STOCK CIRCULAR. [MORT AND CO.] [Newspaper Article] — Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 16 July 1861
PRODUCE AND STOCK. CIOCULLbAR. i [MOT AND co.] Woor.--For this staple there wasgood competition, at our sale this day, and all.pffered (49 bales), found buyers at satisfactory.price. One small pasrcelf dee, CA, a bales, realised is. 10d. per lb., the other lots are quoted below. SHE?EPrsiu. - About t*o thousand skins We brought forwar, and'fellmongers beihg in wait to keep their establishments at work, last week's Yates erefully maiutained. Ta~iow.-117 oeasks were catalogued, arid !oost of ?t was sold, oalya lew samall ltsbeing withdrawn. There was rather better demand.for shipment, but the require nie?ts for eonsumption on the epot very llnitea, in consequence (manufacturers state) of the diffiulty in quitting stock at remunerative prices. No alteration to. note in this market. . MItos.-We this day submitted for sale, 1485 hides, all of which were disposed of and late rates were fully maintained. One parcel of 882, good quality, and equal weights, in prime cohdition, brought 16s..V...
DEPARTURES. [Newspaper Article] — Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 16 July 1861
DIEPARTURES.. Jury fl.-Und4~eTom, iuehooner, 166 louI, Capta ~Laku, for Sydney. !lo yassebprs. July 13.-.Tamraa Yarn attamee, 540 lan Captan 3a11. far tny.paaengnpr-ML. and Nias anrton. Mless. Slandoagall, Wianoa, leuUt, Wlslon, Bloaty, Tidawel, and seven In the otuesuge.
IMPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 16 July 1861
I' MORTS. . Yarm ant : 1. cuesftt, T. O. Roblnek 1 ese, Inspector of Polie; ls cu te,'l ftuee, 10 kegs nails. 3 ?ts tubs, 2 casks, 4csei.2farebcks,4eZ Ppialt,l I bundle hoop Iron, t uw, I in siL4 bo ttsulas, S bundles IroB, I bundle ftka. Ilar steel, Scrts, I tfeice, 3 casks, l case plate glas. PmT-eiBtbeisb : i0 uasks beer, I cases beer,30 bags flour, 15 bogsheasJ beer, 2 bogs hbeads bandy. 5 bhogsheadsae, 60 ba flour, N. Bartley 4 drunms I cask, 2 cases, Kent and Wonderly; 2 cses, Jaesi Brydens; bogsieada.le, C-. MIanim; 10 vasesal 1: :Bot?nr: S tasks butter, lOases apple, sBarington and Webb I keg, casea,. Milner; MO bags lour, 20 bags oats,9 bas ugar. I chest tea, W, Cray asd Co.-,0 bas Ien. I cask, I binnAlte dles, 2 eg,2 s sil, T. H Jones 1 case, C. W4111i; cues chatc , 1 box. Stephenson; I trunk bts, PetIrson and ounger; 2 cases, 2 kegs nails, Sbundles etteadt,iA logslkeOs, 3 Markwell; 4 cases wine. S. Bfrown; 2 boxes raisins, I easg currants, I cases cheese, I case, IN lags ...
(From the Toowoomba Chronicle.) [Newspaper Article] — Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 16 July 1861
Flrom the Tootoooanha Chronicle.) SERiOUS AccIDrwr.-About eight o'clock on Saturday night, a carpenter, named Williami Coin mine, in the employ of Mr. Watts, of Eton Vale, was thrownfrom his horse in front of Mr. Groom's stores. 'The injuries the poor fellow received were of a very sediousacharacter,she getting his shoulder dislocated and receiving internal injuries, and being so stunned thatfor over a quarter of an hour he remained quite insensible. Dr. Sachse wasbent for, and had the sufferer immediately removed to the hospital, where, we understand, lie is getting en as well as can be expected. It appears the horse rolled over on him ifter he was thrown. Onu TevtEsaAPL --The wire that is to connect Queensland with the rest of the colonies was com pleted past our office on Thursday last, and we understand that for a considerable distance beyond Drayton the posts are up and only wanting the continuation of the wire to be ready for use. We hope soon to be enabled to record the openi...
EXPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 16 July 1861
.? l'r~tY.T]~ .iil E ,.o-?. . ..b soap, I causks tallow, 80 bundle?' sklnm,9Obldeas76 *Ib He,. .em yonm:.bo.sbe s? tllow.22,bide, C. lWms. ; " . ases frulit D. Skyring; 6 caes fr'it, I , 1R I ulcok ;1 ,svve and pa Wootdre; , hogaheadltab;o G.ffIWllnn; Itones, 4?l.Bdouthenrden 1 8 cs fruit, T. Unn..kn 1 bog iotsaoes, T. Clarke; 14 bunheoas ,nna, Barrlngto. .d Webb ; n bundles 3lne suckers, A. J. Hocklina ;'lbuniole. cask plants, W. Hill no cue, se ces?rutl,W.J. Coatln; i boxs.J basket, T. Rnyner, 2 boeso, bliss Darto? I cle,?Telenph OMce; 6 hbides, Ilneg , teus)plermnd fosnken. .
DARLING DOWNS. [Newspaper Article] — Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 16 July 1861
DARLING DOWNS. (From the D. D, Gazette.) CouT-House AT WAaWKO.--The Government have fixed the site for the new Court-House at the corner of Palmerin and Fitzroy streets, on the Re creation Reserve Square. This appears to be a central and convenient position, though in the opinion of tome of the residents the Police Paddock would have been the most eligible site. We are not in a position to say whether the Government have best consulted the convenience of the inhabi tants in this matter or not, but from a cursory in. spection of the maps of the town it would appear as though they had. All court-houses or other public offices should be situated as nearly as possible in the centre of the town. THE LATE M?. STEPHEN MEHAN.-It will be a matter of deep regret to .many of our readers that we have to announce in this issue the demise of Mr. Stephen Mehan, of Drayton. It is now some fifteen years since Mr. Mehan first took up his residence in this district; and during that time he has taken t...
LIST OF AGENTS. TOWN. [Newspaper Article] — Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 16 July 1861
LIST OP AGENTS. Tows.. Briibane-twre n ......... Mr. Whtl n ookseeer LUtte se...s......... ... ?a3o.htn, stomirseper Spdney (George-street) Mr. A. Leis Bfstblnepean-street) Mr. J. Goodwyn, stationer Mr. T. Dowse poarntude Valley....g.... Mr. G.'moith, chemist Kangaroo Point ......... Mr. Quinn Wanoefk...r.............. Mr. Kiingtsfotd, storekeeper Canal Creek ............ Mr. P. Liddy, storekeeper Too mba ............... Mr. Bennett, storekeeper Rockhampton ............ Mr. L. Sandel Ca sndes s ........... .. r. W. Elliott
THE ABORIGINES. [Newspaper Article] — Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 16 July 1861
STHE GIBORIGINES. THme fillowing letter has been addressed to the Editor of the .Guardian: Sta,-There is a point raised in Mr. Thomas Payne'siletter on the aborigines, in your last 'issue, which should be sounded in .he public ear until a. remedy is discovered. T refer to the daily spectacle .of drunken blacks in the thoroughfares of this city, 'and this not of an individnil here and there, but of -tens and twenties. During.the three months which I have spent in my present residence, the shouting 'of these.inehriated creatures'has been almost every day ina my ears. They wrangle and stagger about untouched of the police by the hour together, and within a stone's.throw of the, main street and of the courts of legislature and justice. To me it is a coritinudl surprise that very grave mischiefs are not perpetrated on these occasions. True, yoe may !hear of terrified women in the suburbs hastily barring ,up door and window atthe sounderf drunken blacks approaching; or your children may c...
TRANSFER OF RUNS. [Newspaper Article] — Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 16 July 1861
TRANSFER OF RUNS. A notificoation in tile Government Gazette of Saturday announces the following transfer of runs: LEtCHHARDr DISTrIOT.-M. Gogos to Mrs. M'Lareen, Police Lagoon Nos. 1, 2, and 3; A. Brown to J. Lackey, Pastorale 1 and 2, L'Ete, La Paule, Crescendo; Macartney and, Mayne to R. Caldwell, Merion Macartney and Graham to P. F. Macdonald, Rongaring; P. F. Macdonald to R. Caldwell, Rongar ing ; F. Walker to D. Cameron, Crescent Creek, 1 and 2, Wongaleigh; G.. Bandsman to S. B. Davisa nd Co., Carbine Creek ditto, 3, 4, 5, and 6; 0. B. and F. Dutton to J. Dickson, Prospect, West Clovernook, Glen Odirn, Glen. Elgin; W. F. Kqnoedy to Willmott and Woolley, 'illiney, Howth, Clondaikin, Nass, Glasnevin, Leixlip, Drumoondra, Bolero, Wambrook; J. A. Larnaek to Donald Gunn, Ensham, Cuddoesden, Calgrove, Langley4 Raymond and Cameron to E Henry, Tungarra, Bundills. Batoondah, I and 2, Robinson's Creek; E. Henry to H. Boit, Baroondah 1 A., Baroondak 2 A.; H. C.Greagnory to G. Perry, Baro...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 16 July 1861
SALES 'Y. AUCTION HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE. For Sale bv Public Auction, ON TUESDAY, b 16T INSTANT. HI ,. COCKBURN ceived instructions * from Dr. LUCAS, to Sell by Public Auction, at his resi-lence, Ellenborough-street, THIS DAY (Tuesday), the 16th Instant, at 11 o'clock precisely, THE WHOLE OF THE FURNITURE, Consisting of I Cerai?shbl' AndCover 1 Double Iron Bedstead 2 Spring - seated Arm 2 Single Irpn Bedsteads ihairs . I Palliasse :. 4 Cedar Chairs 4 Cocoanut Mattresses 1 Cedar cane- eated Feather Bolateras> and, Rocking Chair Pillows 1 Chbeffonier 2 Cedar Washstands 1 Bookcase 1 Cedar Cupboard 1 Cedar Sofa acd fat- 1 Cedar Dressing Table tress 2 Toilet Sets 1 Fender and Fire-irons' 2 Chests Drawers 5 Pictures 1 Cedar Wardrobe. 1 Umbrella Stand And an assortment of Medical Works. PLATED - Cruet-stand, Liquear-stand, Butter hiNslet, noast-~ack, Waiters, Fruit-basket, Coffee-pot, Teapot, Candlesticks, Forks, Spoons, LadlesA,,&c. GLASS-Decanters, Ale and Wi?se-lasses, Sugar bha...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 16 July 1861
TERM 8: se?at?arrew.--The amount of subseflptlen to the Ipsmich Verld Is E?? i blnnlrs nsd Silzpene per qater.. The quarters terminate on the 30th September, aiet beeember, irst March, and SOth Jne, at wblb periods nly ? can subscribers *dnhiiae, by giving notire, sar p a the amsont due atohe end rof the current quarter.. Stlagie espl, Sxpetnc. Av??isa? xrTes are InserteA according to the following stale:- . d. Sxaltnes ...... ...... .. ghtillnes ..... . ..... ...... 3 S Every additnoaleighbtlines ...... 1 The following Dscomear eiallowed on all advertisements con tIunud onr sl insla ertion 10 ecent. nr l weeks.... dittoa. Por If?iedfa ..... 83. ditts. Tor S weeks .... 560 catto All advertisements must specilY on the face e them the numbervftimes they aere t ha sert ed, or they will basvn tlnueo fill countenmafled, and charged accordingly. Orders for withdrawa r m dttergtton'cannot be receivedtater than Twelee, nron, on the day previous topablication. The powlep l'erlara is publishe...
IPSWICH MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 16 July 1861
IPSWICH MUONICIPAL COUNCIL. A SPECIALT MEETEG of the Municipal Council washeld on Friday' morning, 'for thb purpose of taking' into consideration the Municipalities Act Amendment 'Bill. Present-the Mayor, and Alder Smend Johnston, Gorryj Stanley, 'Clune, Watkins, and O'Malley. The MAioe, in introducing the object of the meeting said, that he could not help adverting to the hasty manner in which the Municipalities Act Amendment .Bill had been carried through the Assembly. He thought that the Colonial.Secretary should have allowed time: to canvas the various municipalities, and to receive suggestions. The second reading took place on one day, and the ]ill was committed on the following day. There was one clause which struck him as being particularly faulty,. He referred. to one ranoting a money endowment. It was ridiculout to sup. pose that this clause could be the means of any real or permanent benefit. One objection was that it would operate very unequally. Newly formed municipaliti...
Local and District News. [Newspaper Article] — Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 16 July 1861
otr al ant Iintritt Xtla. GovEURNENT APPOINTMaa~R. - H. C. Rawnslev, Eaq., to be Aeting Commissioner of Crown Lands for tihe district of Burnett and Wide Bay. John O'Connell Bligh, Esq., lot Lieutenant, Native Mounted Police, to be Acting Commandant of the Force, vice Morissett, resigoed. 2nd Lieutenant William Carr, to be let Lieutenantin Command of'the 8rd Division, vice Walker, resigned. T'e CELEBRATION o0 -RMAHiGE. - The Right Reverend James Quinn, D.D., Roman Catholic Bishop of Brisbane, and the Reverends Michael Renehan, John Cane, and Paul Tisson, of Brisbane; and the Reverend Fulgentias Holdebourgh, Minister of the Church of Rome, are registered as Ministers of Religion for the Celebration of Marriages.