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ENGLISH SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 19 July 1861

ENGLISH 911P1IMG UW IELLIGENCE. Tn' rfolowling vesels were loading for Queensland at the depaer ore of the English mal :-Carl eyer, liultina Wanefell, Jones; nd Agricola, iahenhead. AaeteAna.-ta 1tlh. Wooloomoolno; O8tb, Omar PaIsha: 19th, Daphne and Walter Hand. the Wnoloomooloo would have arrived in ample time for the Mray'sales?ard i not been for a aneueaion oelight ninds snd ?alms. In plte orf these. however, the Line wat crossed on the tot day. and on the With April the chip was wilhin'6 tmiles ?f the Lande'fnd. At thisteDt light ,inds and occaalnnnl galea frotm the est kept her k n splite o every exertil? of the aptain toeet in in tlm.?"

Publication Title: Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser
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DOMESTIC INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 19 July 1861

DOMESC INTELLIGENCE, SThe Anglo Ausra.ian mails per Jeddo were ivsqred in ?ora5on t18th May via Marseilles '?,19th via Sbuthsmptoni. '.The Gaz ,Of AKaY 8rd, announces the, betrothal of he Princes Alice to the Prine Louis of He se. A bill grianting to-the Princess a dwr .Of ,000, and an anquity of. 6,000, was passed y a vote of both Houses. ,ft is rum red that an alliance will shortly le place tween the Duke of Newcastle, and ?'ý i ineces Mary of Cambridge. ' he Op sition in the House of Commons sg9ved the mission of the repeal of the paper dduty from e Budget Bill. The deb t on the Paper Duty was to come on on the dO? . It was rumoured that Gladstone would resi n to avert a defeat. Mr. Fal ner, the American Minister at Paris, and Mr. Ailas, the American Minister at London, hhve been replaced by the new Minis ters, Mr. ayton and Mr. Adams. The Br ti5ls Government are adopting mea sures for ie immediate despatch of a powerful squadron f first and second class steam vessels and arm gun...

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LIST OF AGENTS. TOWN. [Newspaper Article] — Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 19 July 1861

Briba&me-srbeet ....,.. Mr. Whitehead, bookseller Little Ips ............ Mr. Johnston, storekeeper Couo??Y. Sydney (George- reel) A. Lewis . Brisbane (Queen-t . J. Goodwyn, stationer Mr. T. Dowse PFortitae i J......... Mr. G. Smith, chemist Krng?ose Polt ......... Mr. Quion Warwick.................. Mr. Mr. ingford, storekeeper Ceant Creek ........:... Mr. P. Liddy, storekeeper Tooeoorb............... Mr. Bennett, storekeeper Rockhampton ............ Mr. L. Bandel Calandoes ............... Mr.W. Elliott

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THE CIVIL WAR IN AMERICA. [Newspaper Article] — Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 19 July 1861

. THE CIVIL WAR IN AMERICA. CIVIL war in America has commenced in sober earnest-or rather the wildest enthusiasm on both sides, the people both North and South being beside themselves with warlike ardour and the desire for vengeance in the bloodshed ding of the innocent, even to women and children. The bloody hatchet .has been sent round and tomahawking and scalping are the common talk. The President of the Federal Gavernment declares through Ministers that the North will not allow of any secession, and will march a gigantic army into the South to recover the national property, and enforce the abolition of federal duties and taxes, while the Northern people are supplying the Government with men, arms, and munitions of war, and, above.all, with money. Perhaps the most, .triking proof of the enthusiasism prevailing is the fact that the Quakers of Pennsylvania had suspended their Peace rules and permit'their sons to join the war for liberty. The Astor family gives a free gift of £250,0...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 19 July 1861

SALES BY AUCTION SALE OF VALUABLE AND ELEGANT IIOUSEIIOLD FURNITURE, THIS DAY (FRIDAY). THE 19Ta INSTANT. M. COCKBURN has received instructions Sfruin James Gibson, Esq., to'Sell by Public Auction, on thre Premises, at the Bank of New South Wales, Brisbane-street, THIS DAY (Friday), the 19th Instant, at 11 o'clock precisely, THE FOLLOWING ARTICLES OF FURNITURE, Viz.: i Rosowood Loo Table 1 Cedar Table 1 Cedar ditto 2 Sponge Baths i Rosewooll'iano, avery *1 Cedar Cheffonier fineinstiuienut, in ex- 1 Malhoany Wardrobe cellent oirer 2 Fenders i Ditto Spring-seated 2 Sets Fire Irons Couch 1 Double Brass Bed 6 Ditto ditto Clairs stead 1 Ditto Wiatnot 1 Double Iron ditto 1 Fancy Side Table 1 Chest Drawers 1 Larse Pier Glass 1 Double Washstand 6 Cane-serted Chairs 1 Child's Cot 2 Roc9ing Chairs . Child's Iron Bedstead 2 Children's Cane-seated 2 Horsehair Mattresses Chailrs 4 Palliassee 5 Oil Paintings ' . ALSO, One China Breakfast and Tea Service, white Sand gold ,One Crystal DestseRtervie...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 19 July 1861

Thre 3 al tffr event: T E-?RM S: S-sscnorrTon,.-The amount of subscrlption to the Iprwlch Vernld Is Eliot Shillings and Sixpence per quarter. The qeearters termhiate on the 20th September, 0l.t December, Slit March, and 30th June, at which periods only can susacribers denllne, by giving notlce, and paying the amount tue to the end of the current quarter. Single copies, Sixpence. A?uao aTerserz ?Ts are lnsorted according to the following 'cale: e. d. Twoltlnes ...... ..... ..... Fur lines ...... ...... ...... 2 0 Stxllnes .......... ...... 2 Eglghtlines...... .. ..... 3 0 E-eryaddltionalelghtlines ...... 1 O The following DtsconnT Is allowed on all adveortisemte eon tlnned For lx insertions 10 per eent. For 13 weeks ....~. Lditto. For20 weeks ...... 3dittne. For 52 weeks ...... diW. All odvertisements must specify on the face of them the numberoftimes they are to be Inserted, or they will be cnn. tinuea tillcountermanded, and dhargedaccordingly. Orders for ltthdrawal or alteration ca...

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Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVAL. [Newspaper Article] — Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 19 July 1861

. ? . . ..a~n . Hnr , -"~ t. . mm . 8raoey, July,? if.' .auseog --Ulr. i fnd'n.. . LhaS, rmh cblldr, antd 'two seuant, Mra. Ountdegoiad treehildren,' Mr. al Mrs. W. Mager and serysnt.,Mr. padU if..LB1I BiRtlAs, Msti Hughes, W. G.Tseny, Dr,??Morrison, Mutsr' liasm. P. Ciarrla, R. Be , a. B B . Istokn P. Perry,n diltiststenyse. . ;- in

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SUPERABUNDANCE OF STOCK IN VICTORIA. [Newspaper Article] — Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 19 July 1861

SupgraAuNDlqs 'or STOCK Uit , VeoBrba. The Federal 8t¢ndard reiarks :-,The present, low piHie of cattle is' dlmulating some of our bqef .growers totieek other meanis for 'diesposl? of thbei +tos k than sending them to the MsihouMnersarlctts In lime parts of the 'country 'there i' great talk' of "boiling down," but this wastefifl vsy.oge trg rid' of fat stkll does 'not 'appe to be mho patronized as yet. To make the Goiling bpsine8' profitable,' it 'eems isesssary that] the ielatni' should be saved, and that the prime phirts.of tle meat should be preserv'edi in tins, and ,old for, `victualling ships. Mi. David Reid, of Bi?inawatha, is 'aboet'ttylug an experiment which seemi likely 'to lead to better results than the boiling-downi opera tion. He means'to'sslt ten bead of fat cattle in the course of a few weekls,'and pack them 'eat in barrels. T'he beef will be ethibited in London, and a portion of it will b b sent back froi thence to, larnawatha, in Order that Mr.'Relid may have an ipp...

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ARRIVAL OF THE ENGLISH MAIL. [Newspaper Article] — Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 19 July 1861

ARRIVAL OF THE ENGLISH MAIL. THE P. and O. Company's steamship Benares anchored in Port Jackson on Monday. Pas sengerd for Sydney : Lieutenant Stuart, Mrs. Perrins, Messrs. Walker, Fellowes, Angelow, and Mr. and Mrs. Earl. HEADS OF INTELLIGENCE. The Sehleswig Holstein affair is not set;!,. but England, France, Russia, and Sweden, have joined to bring out a peaceful solution. Italy is comparatively quiet. She gives up the intention of an attack on Venetia, regarding which I know that there are some endeavours being made to induce Austria to offer a sale to Sardinia. Italy is about to raise a loan of £20,000,000. Ten thousand of the inhabitants of Rome have signed a petition to the Emperor for the withdrawal of the French troops, which will be the pretext for so doing, when the Sardinians will walk in. Matters are quiet in Hungary and Poland; in the one the Emperor of Austria gives assurance of liberal reforms; in the other the Emperor of Il6ssia rules by his military powers. France h...

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CENSUS OF 1861. [Newspaper Article] — Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 19 July 1861

CENSUS OP .1861. W re-publish from the Coarier afe further particulara relative to the census of the populntion which has just been taken, and the details of which are now nearly com plete. The ,egistrar General--to whom, together with his subordinates, lasting credit nust be awarded for the extraordinary pains taken by them in making the com pilation-is now, we believee occupied in preparing ise report, and it is propable that the whale of the tables will, ere long, be in the hads of the printer. Mean while, we give below the division of the population into sexes: Tows POaTrOn O POLtE DrISTaCTS. Districts. Males. Females. Total. Allora ........... ........... 831 .28 5 Brisbaie (North) ......... 1884 1585 8469 Ditto Suth) ............ 381 367 741 Dittp (Fortitude Valley) 661 673 1886 Ditto (Kangaroo Point) 251 247 498 Coodamine.................. 82 42 124 Dolby ..................... 240 207 447 Draytn ................ 176 '114. '320 Gayadah................... 268 -146 40 Gladstone ...

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MANTON'S COPPER MINE. [Newspaper Article] — Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 19 July 1861

MANTor'B aoPP?e Mi&.--Mr. Manton has returned from Queensland,. and has brought down richer spepimens of the copper ore than those he exhibited on the first discovery of the mine. Mr. Watt, the analytical chemist and assayist, describes the present specimens as blue and green ecrhbnites mixed with groe sulphates. The latter quality no doubt turning in the depth to black sulphltes, and will contain more silver. The present specimens yield eight ounces to the ton. A prospectus will he issued'in a few days, and a small company will be at once formed. so as to work the mines as cheaply as ossible. The mines are only thirty miles from ockhampto, so that expnsive land carriage will be 4Itoidea.--8. M. fer .- -Z...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 19 July 1861

FASSIFERN STUD. THE Entire Horses PIONEER, STRDAR, "YOUNG SUFFOLK, and BLUE ADMIRAL will stand this season at Fassifern. Season corn inencing ]st September, 1801, and ending 1st Jan uary, 1862, at which period all mares must bu removed and naid for. PIONEER. This thoroughbred horse, lately imported from ngland, is a beautiful brown with black points, stands 15 2I hands high. Bred by the Earl of Scar borough, and own brother to the famous horse Skirmisher, winner of the Great Northern Handica.p in 1857. PEDIGEaz.-Pioneer by Voltigeur, out of Yard ham, Granddam by Langar, Voltigeur by Voltaire, out of Martha Lynu. For further particulars see Stud Book, Vol. 8, p. 170 Voltigeur, the father of this horse,is the mostfashionable blood in England, and without doubt one of the finest sires ever Eng land produced. Terms-10 guineas each mare, SIRDAR, an Arab, is a bright bay, with black points, of immense power, 7 years old, and has very lately arrived in the colony from Calcutta. He is pro n...

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IPSWICH POLICE COURT. TUESDAY, 15th JULY. [Newspaper Article] — Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 19 July 1861

IPSWICl POLICE COURT. TUESDAY, 15th JULY. Before the Police Magistrate. Robert Buskell was ined 5s., or twenty-four hours' imprisonment, for drunkenness. ROSTER FOE JULY.-19, T. Rowlands and E. W. Lamb; 28 J. Fleming and G. H. Wilson; 26, R. J. Smith and J. Paoton; 80,, J. P. Bell and G. H. Wilson.

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Local and District News. [Newspaper Article] — Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 19 July 1861

local anb m isutrict. Nres. Oware to the. important news received by the Benares we are corgpylleo to omit a leader, and to post. pone other matter on) bas ioid oar pert. LiuTE a?fE WA? eibb -Ou? b .ATI?VR POLIOE. A public dinner was given stvondamine, onthe 8th in Lsant, to R. G. Walker, Ebqi, late Commandat of the Native Police Force in the Maranoa district. The chair. man, Mr. Kennedy, passed-a-igh eulogium on the~char acter of Lieutenant Walker, and presented him witli an order upon Messrs. Brush and McDonald of Sydney, for a claret jug and salver, valued at £60. THE Rosses CATROLTc B5BROP OF QimEENSLAND, His LDrdship haB lately paid a visit to the Logan ; adn i .about making an extensive visitation of the diocese Munder.his charge. THE B?eRISBA? VotTesEcr RrIFsa.-SopOe cause of dissension appears to have arisen between the two Companies at Briba, ef the Queensland Wolunteer RifleBrigade. The Second'COmpany has declareditsdf tobeann mdependent Cor, under the title of ';The Quene...

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NOTICES OF MOTION. [Newspaper Article] — Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 19 July 1861

*Norns or MonIo . By Alderman War*e s -: That this Council will .instruet the Overseer of Works to form the water tablq In Boutli-street, for the benefit of the aBel Yarde and Maeketplaee. By Alderman WATKIts : That the Legislative Committee meet to form Bye laws for the Sale Yards and Market Place, as the Bale Yards will soon be completed. ?--- mmmmm m m ,

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IPSWICH MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 19 July 1861

IPSWICH MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. THE usual weekly meetingof the Municipal Council was held on Wednesday afternoon. Present :-The Mayor and Aldermen Johnston, Cluoe, Watkins, Stanley, Gorry, and O'Malley. The minutes of the previous meeting were read and confirmed. The weekly reports of the Finance Committee and of the Overseer of Works were also read. THE REBNT OF THE WHARVEs. On the motion of the MAYon, the Standing Orders were suspended, in order that he.might brink a motion of immediate importance before the SCouncil. His Worship then adverted to the letter from, the Colonial Secretary, which, as they were aware, stat?d: that the-several wharves-at Ipswich were -udeer theirridiction, and that .they were filly competent. to lerse themn :He (the Mayor) considered that that letter was a legal guarantee; .empowering'them to hold and-to recover rents. In fact, they had` already received rents from some parties. _The course which Government had -adopted was strange, although, perhaps, it was...

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MAILS CLOSE. [Newspaper Article] — Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 19 July 1861

MAILS CLOSE. Fon BEMTIrs .--8 p.m. daily. FoR Da?rro An? ToowooxDL.-Tuesday, at 11.45 a.m.; and Friday, at 8.p.m. Fox WARnwIc.-Thur'day, at 5 p.m.; and Sunday, at 56 p.m.

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ARRIVAL AND CLOSING OF THE MAILS. MAILS ARRIVE. [Newspaper Article] — Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 19 July 1861

ARRIVAL AND CLOSING OP THE MAILS. M~alT ABR[VR. P80K B32SBaEE.=DsIly at 7 p.m. Fnon DuLtToN, A" TOOwooMBL- &nday 8 p.m.; and Thursday, 8p.m. FROK WAuwWLOE-Wedneadayu, 2 p.m.; and Bator dayas, pm.

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THE CIVIL WAR IN AMERICA. [Newspaper Article] — Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 19 July 1861

PARI?MIEN OF QUEENSLAnO. (Abridged from the Brisbane Papers.) LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. TUEvDAT, JULT 16. The PaEossDNT.read prayers at a quarter past three o'clock• .a, i !. ASIATIC LABOUR. Dr. EOBBS laid on the table a despatch from the Secretar of Stete respcting Asiatic labour. PýR.L'A3IENNJR Y? PRIIVILT G? BILL. On the siionn of Dr. HOBBS this Bill was reads second ?me, several members expressing their intention of oppo?iag errrin clauses of the Bill at a future stage. • RECONSTRUCTION OF THE UPPER HOUSE Thp PAREtIDENT reported that he had received a message from the Legislative Assembly, .thanking the Legislative Concil for a series of resoiuntions, having reference to ts reconstructiol. SREVENIUE AND AUDIT BILL. Dr. HOBBS moved that this Bill be recommitted with a view of. reconsidering clause 8, upon which Mr.' J-ARRIS moved, as an amendment, that this bill be recgmnetted with a view of reconsidering clauses 3 and 7. After soip explanation Mr. Hairis' amendment was carried, ird, ...

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TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 19 July 1861

TO CORRESPONDENTS. No notice can be taken of anonymous communi. cations. Whatever is intended for insertion, Smust be authenticated by the name and address of the writer; not necetearRy for publication, but as a guarantee of Jhi goodfaith. We cannot undertake to returd rejected communi cations. [(hile our columns wit'tbe always open to .the insertion of correspondene on subjects oflocal and general interest, we do not, by any meas, hold ouredves reponible for the sentiments that may be ezpresed. . .. C Iet JpUbitr) 1trai6 . iRIDAY, JULY 19, 1861. ,

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