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SYDNEY MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 19 July 1861

SYDNEY MaxXETeS. The searcity of simes iew articles hab imparteO oere activity and given a more favoratle tone to etrojnaiket than could otherwisbeb'exlicete& an d adany ne rstea occrrirng are the eonoetqence offsinall supjlies and nstaC on aceount of any general improsel ceodatono of the Dlog the past weel blisinesa has set been qeite sn brisk as previously- the u 4ti" having pasned nce we may expect the next week more etilniated. :eeosiepa lamps and oil in conseqoente of the inerdioirdoltn t*in aupply of cue are mach in request, Ale in bul, ·sttblks iirequit eatp'le f pceeeit too samption, which isalcays limited atthisuoti. - Porter in bulk comeas forward epain:'8aiAa 8 someswhat ; ktire, ceo shapsitns ini eillt ze etutionory.. Ilcetled, Scatbrandas. snnclaw~;;~nit~, -bothi : quartasoad pinto.` Brandy.-This article is noat q it f ao Sn Rtum..- oderate inqoult, uupjSi slntti eual b reqoirements.e Genev.-tIn good denidn itt leetey 4alet~ment4 expected. Pact wine and isheerr ...

Publication Title: Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser
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DIARY. MEMORANDA TO NEXT PUBLICATION. [Newspaper Article] — Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 19 July 1861

DIARY. MEORºrD?A TO MR&T PUOLICATIOa. JULT. Bun HghWteronBla JU ie I Oa e Se.ts. [ Mor. I Aftem 19 I FaDAT ........ 1 6 49 5 21 ] 7 0 "224 20 6A 0a?AT ..... 6 49 5 21 70 52 1 8?0 21 ? Soun ....... J 6 4 J 6 .2 8 50 0.1 922 e 1 MoInDA ....... | 6 48 { 5 2 1' 9 0 10 0 2I Tuas..T ....., 6 418 5 2 ) 16046 1210 2 V Waunuaso.a... 6 47 1 5ei6 114 t I O.0 2L5 Taase ...... 1 6 4 24 (1 0 28J 08 The differenee in time between high water at the Bar and Brisbane is l hour 45 minutes, and Ipswich 5 hours 25 mnutea. rhich difference moust be added to the time ehtgh water on the gar. Theeasterly wn6son theno.a t the Bay, andfthe freshen t hberier,eften neaoee vart?n from tn 6 ahbe, but those are merely aecidental and governed by no known law. -. Those Subscribers to the Ip;saic Herald who do not receive their po r urly, would confer a hV% Lanr o the nIbrmwolg bimod the game.

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WEDNESDAY JULY 17. [Newspaper Article] — Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 19 July 1861

'WEDEEoDAY JULY 17. We extract from the Courier the. following epitome of the proseedings in Parliament this day, a full report being omitted to make room for the intelligence received by the English Mail: In the Legislative Council fourteen days leave pf absence was granted to Messrs. White and Massie the Fenoing Bill was passed through committee; the Revenue and Audit Bill was, upon re-commitment, thrown out altogether by a majority of 7 to 5; several clauses pf.the Real Property Bill were agreed to in committee, and some other business of minor importance was transacted. In the Legislative Assembly, the Colonial Treasurer, as Chairman, brought uip the report, of the select committee upon 'the organisation of the Native Police, and notified that he should move the adoption of the report on Wednesday next.-Several. questions were replied to; the Benevolent 'Asylum Wards' Bill was read a second time; and the Medicaland Municipalities' Act. Amendment, Bill were each read a second tim...

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

LEGISLATIVE. ASSEMBLY. - e"ro?ux 36th1 :3uY. S s" .ABIATI L?ABOUB. 'eOke LONIAL SECRETARY laid hetnth. ebAle a ep jia r m -e tie'eeStay f State in reference to the ujotruoinioe of Asia4o labors, bihd wasoaoered to he ý viBXAIh r OF COMMIODTTEES. Ohe tmotion of 'heeOIONIAL SECRETARY, )fLa[D1 ftt was ppnineed ae? t ai Oh?airman of Com - ei atig theebseice of Mr.IBla keey. EUDE D ORABELEY IMMIGRAN?L. I;O +CRIBB oeored for the-appointment of a select loo st~ittee toonsider the petition presented from the e nits per Fortitude and Chaeeley, representing the wrongs they wereIabouring under in conseqence of the ian;` s Ln edbyDr. Lang not being -atisfed hy ann mstauces of the ense hed alady ueasa d tm'oinlroduneed. by Dr? .Lang oenfalse pre e ? r miused heBouebyeevralheatse iro theesiieneeaof d4M4r.hbbbefore the former (pmmittee, vintced inhtie motts#., {.. - - Mr.s.BAFF ridimeeeltdtheidea of a aai a arising from the simple faetithei''*httsep, lp q getad proved theor ee pgo rly pdiie vesti....

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GEOLOGY OF NORTHERN AUSTRALIA. [Newspaper Article] — Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 19 July 1861

GEOLOGY OF NORTHERN AUSTRALIA. Bl A. C. GREoonY. TaHE following paper was compiled by Mr. Gregory, and read before the members of the Philosophical Society of Brisbane, on Tuesday, July 2nd, by Mr. Charles Coxen, in the absence of the aboveenamed gentleman : ON THE GEOMOGICAo L CHARACTER' OF NbRTHAERN' AUSTRALIA, AS AFlECTING ITS GEDOGAPHICAL FEATOBRES. The following paper has been compiled 'from my notes and .journals, during the period I was in command of the Expedition, which was despatbched by the Imperiat Government to explore the N. W. portions of Australia in the years 1855-6 and although already in substance prifited in 'England,' by order of the Parliament, has not been available to the Queensland public. As the settlement of the northern portions of the continent is a subject of great importance to thin colohys it appears desirable' to facilitate the access to every sourceofinformation which may exist with reference to its general character and ftcilities for occupation. T...

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THE EUROPEAN MAIL SERVICE. [Newspaper Article] — Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 19 July 1861

THE EUROPEAN MAIL SERVICE. A copy of a Treasury minute relating to the Mail service between England and Australia was laid on the table of the Assembly on Wednesdaiy. The' Lords of the Treasury- state that by the present arrangement Australian mails are carried as fareas Ceylon by the vesiels of the Peninsular andl Oriental Company, which are under contrict forthe conveyance of the Indian mails. From Ceylon they are conveyed to Melbourneand Sydney by a packet, calling at King George's Sound. The main serpice ceases at Sydney. It appears that the mails fur Australia, carried between. England and Ceylon, by one out of the fpur.services in each month, are far' greater than those for India in the same packets. Under these -circumstances the Lords are now prepared to sanction the follwint propositions: 1st. The Austraiian colonies .and New Zealand, each paying a proportion to its number. of letters, ?will":together :contribute a, moiety of the cost.of ernveying ..the. mails between Ceylo...

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

BIRTHS. On the 13th July, at her residence, Mary-street, North Brisbane,   Mrs. W. J. Parlett. of a son. On the 13th July, Mrs. Samuel Benjamin, of Stuart-street, Toowoomba, of a son.

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PARLIAMENT OF QUEENSLAND. LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. WEDNESDAY, JULY 17. TOLL BAR AT DRAYTON RANGE. [Newspaper Article] — Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 23 July 1861

PARILIAMENT OF QUEENSLANIII -4-f-- (Abridged from the Brisbane Papers.) LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. WEDNEOSDAY, JULT 17. TOLL BAR AT DRAYTON RANGE. Mr. FITZ asked the honorable member representing the Government,-(1.) Ts is true that the lease of the toll bar at the Drevcen Range expired on the let of January of the'present year; and that the Government did not adopt any measure for re-letting the same. (2.) Has theindiridual (hnt has been residing at the Toll-house, sinoe the period before alluded to, been authorised by the Gonernment to receive theloll dues. Dr. HOBIS replied that the arrangement under which the prowst tlil-hteper held Ihis position originated with the New South Wales Government, and that steps had been taken to make him disgorge the profits over and abbve thos lie olught to have obtained under the regula tions of the Queensland Government. It was also in tended to insist upon a re-lease of thebtollbar. FENCINIG BILL. The House went into committee to consider the pro vis...

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HISTORY OF THE COMMONS' PRIVILEGES. [Newspaper Article] — Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 23 July 1861

* HISTORY OF THE CoMt0ESI' PBlITILEgES. (Smorning Post.)-The hisitory. of Alie,riginalnd progressive development of .te privileges .,fthe House of Commons in respect to.money ills~i 4ot devoid of interest. In early times, when parliament was but seldom summoned, and then chiefly witli the object of providing for the kicg's ecesaities. the Lords and Commons made their puual grants of supply independently of eich nther. 'Thrse did not, however, form. the suljecti of'* pecial enact ments, nor did they require the assent of the ,irow, Such continued to be the usual mnode; of ehn~ g taxes until the reign qfEdwardtll n The Irig immediately'subsequent it 'would seem from '.. parliamentary rolls that.siusidiis w gerire eated tto the crown afterthe joint deliberation of tAhe;ttwo houses, but the Commons are recited to have ngde the grant,'and the Lords to bare'ýiven their assent thereto. In the reign f Edwmard V. thepfivileges of the Commons to grhnt subsidies without the La-' sent of the up...

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COMMERCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 23 July 1861

cOMMERtCIAL. Mr. Grr.L reports ile sale of a quantity of cows, heifers, andsteers, on Wednesday lab, averaging £3 5e. echb. WOOL CLr CULAB. [MassRs. c. TACdoB AD S° soy.) London, 25th Mys;186L ToE public sales of colonial wol which liars :been in progrees since 9thisetst5 wp op )is roe . The arrivals. in timesraafsfi d o g o forwarded to thbeNorth, use;nd;cE , ll d, W55e date., . , aS- taSedleWO?arn. 12,611 balesiAenallnar n -." I ... 2 lp bales. 1052 .,, sN'ew Zealaad'. 1-0 '...-: : 'a6s , .. a.pe ,_- -" 21 - Leaving about 245000bslea ulU to lie oferod.. ully 600 bales ictoria have been withdrawn totlsiv date. Kotwitvhotsnuingtheoininoos aspect of dirs in the North. American - State, and the increased aine of whith has lied its efl'ect an the erade of, the 0bstntiryve are enabled to report a maintenance-of Me rk or most descriptions of both clothing ands " ocks with, in some instances, a slight retes . iee of scoured wooles woolss i grease, and falu6 :ontter which description we fe...

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CIVIL WAR AND PATRIOTISM. [Newspaper Article] — Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 23 July 1861

GIVIL WAR AND APATRUIOTISM. (From the New York Sunday Times.) Mrs Satford, wife of Captain Edward H. Sanford, of Boston, drove to the door of the Boston volunteer head quarters, 179, Court-street, on Tuesday after noon, and sent hgr little son up. to the officer's quarters with a bandsome little box, decorated outside with red, white, and blue ribbons, and inside with a bundred dollars in gold. The gift was accompanied by.a pretty note, of which we give the following extract :-"Please accept with a mother's offering a mother's fervet prayers. Our hopes are all with you. God bless and keep our darling boys-old, Mlssachusett's sons, our hearts' dear treasures, the defenders of our flag. Again and again, God bless yode all !" The money will aid to maintain the large body of men now in the quarters, and the casket will follow the fortunes of the regiment, as a pleasant souvenir from. a patriotic lady. A German, driving a bread waggon, in Phila delphia, on Wednesday, was overtaken hy -a ...

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ENGLISH EXTRACTS. [Newspaper Article] — Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 23 July 1861

ENGLISH EXTRACTS. It may be interesting to know that on the late visit of the Duke of Cambridge to Shoeburyness, the Whitworth and Armstrong field pieces were matched for time against each other; when the former fired 20 rounds in 20 minutes 16 seconds, and the latter did the same in 15 minutes 7 seconds. The practice was at a 1000 yards' range, and was of first-rate quality from both guns; but the Armstrong, in the form of the breech and the manner of closing up, would appear to have an undoubted advantage. A 300-pounder gun, on the Armstrong principle, is in the course of manufacture. The territory of Bandoo, on the west coast of Africa, late under the government of a Sherbro chief, has been ceded by him to the British Government, and is, therefore, now under the British rule. Formal possession was taken of the territory on the 26th of March, by Commander Heneage, of her Majesty's ship Falcon, in the presence of a large number of persons, who displayed the greatest enthusiasm whil...

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CLEARED OUT. [Newspaper Article] — Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 23 July 1861

CLEARED OUT. Julg 79.-Bessie, brig, ?93 tons, Captain B. Davies, forLondon. Passenges-Master Edward Feeney, and Mr. G. Hunter.

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DEATH BY DROWNING. [Newspaper Article] — Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 23 July 1861

DEATH 1Y DROWNING.-We regret to learn that George John Edward M'Lean, aged twenty, son of Mr. Edward M'Lean, of the Race Horse Inn, High-street, who had engaged about a month since to go to Mer.Mullen"s station, at -Bingera, lost his life ashort time since in crossing the river near the station. The letter, dated 8th July, from Mr. Campbell;'the superintendent, states that they had been delayed by the flooded state of the river 'from crossing'fromtwelve days. A carpenter con structed a sort of canoe, in which five-men crossed the evening previous to the accident. At first Mi. Campbell refused to -cross, but the next morning, the river still -rising, he determined, in -company with Mr. Holmes, to go over. Mr. Camp bell crossed over first to seeif it was safe, and then returned for the others; Mr. Holmes' boy and one of the constables, with some goods, next crossed. The constable returned, and .MLean and Holmes went into the canoe with some goods belonging to the latter. Holmes was to...

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IMPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 23 July 1861

IMPORTS. Clarence: I cask tallow, R. Douglas; I plough, J. Msrkrel; 1 ease, .Toawns; I case, J. and C. Phillips: lot machinery, .Gvernmaent; box, Poole. Tanra Yarra: I dray, I box, 2 packages, C. .Coidelli 14 pieces machinery, 9 bundles machinery, Y casks, i. d. iell, I cask tar, I bundle tubs. 1 hoghbhad, I bundle forks, 1 cases mustard. 6 chests, 6 balf-chests tea, 2 parcel, I truss baskets, 2 caks: teases, I bale, 2 packages, 1 cask saltpetre, 2 trunks, cases, Orlbb and noote: I case, W. HIendren and Co.;: cases, ucaks., S. Paris 2 bcests tea, 5 cases, 6 boxes candles, 2 packageso?igars, 5 tagsnie,, 4 cases, 2 caskls, barrel currants, IM. and H. Levey; 2 casks, tins oil, I caskail, 2kegs nails, 1 bundle bucketa, I case'bedsteads, I cask, I bundle saws, f Aland ;I case, J. Johnson ; >:bas iron, Sbars steel, 4 drums turps. s wheels, 9 kegs slls, 2 .ale blocks, 2 buandles steel, 40 bars iron, T. H. Jones ; I case saddlery, J. A. Bell; I parcel Bulbtnsbaw; ll ags maize, 62 bags su...

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ROBERTS' STATION, MONDAY, 10 p.m. RETREAT OF THE FORCES FROM BURRANGONG. [Newspaper Article] — Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 23 July 1861

ROBERTS' STATION, MOIhDAtY, 10 p.m. RETREAT OF THE FORCES FROM BURRAN GONG. I send younthiseabsty telegram to say that since last night the excitement here isintense. The mob at TipperaryGGuilly are arming'to a man. The'three men arrested were brought before 'the -Bench to-day, and committed for.trial. The Torcesahave 'been under arms the lastFforty eight:hours. The casualties are greater'than I sent you yester ,day, but .Icannot send particulars. This "Toll-up' hbeing for no other pnrpone than revenge. The men 'conmitted have been admitted 'to bail. Chptain Zouch very wisely determined to with-' 'draw the force,'from the utter impossibility, after the proceedings that have taken place during the last forty-eight hours, of holding the-camp. They. are now on their way to Yass. I hope the Government will see the necessity of -ending a military.forcebhere at once. I am ohliged to close this'hurried account, but,if 'possible, will 'send again to-morow. The Govern. =ment have had caution...

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EXPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 23 July 1861

EXPORTS. Duke of Wellington : 4 usks tallow, 409 hides, 4 bales wool, 1.andG.Harris; 145Ibides,G. RafsandCo.; 3b8hides, Russell and Taylor; 58 easks tallow, P. Maynes, 119 bundles sbeepskins, T. De -. lMoffatt. Telegraph: S bales wool, 3 bundles skins, I package' eUls, G. . Willsonn: 1 cIae, I box, I parcel, e. Forrest; I ease, Jl:'obs Jton; I pakase, se. W.4lUs? 2cases 'Inltd BallardUs ; "1.ns - .dlT.-Wagner-; " bundle awi?'2 3, oaokedle e"sesýs .," Barringtog and pebb; . cases fruit, Eleoner, ?381tales weol . and G. Harnis; I bag bags, IL I. Grenfell; I uaaes al-t1,3 bundbes bananas, T. Clarke; 20 banehs bauhans, A. J.Hoklns; -l pakaek? rClbb and Toote; l kegs, I portmnnto,' I parcelDr. Dorsey ; 55 boxes, p. Dowllng; 1 ponrel. olonlal Sesc?my. Bes?sie: 118 bales wool, 09 hides, Walter Grayand Co.; ?I bales wool, 30 bogshead, 09 cosks tallow, 1188 bldes;tG. 1l. Wilson andCo.; oltons bones, 9 bales wool, 2016 borns, T. JB. Slephens; 400 hides, 100 casks tallowi, W. B. Tooth; , keg t...

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RIOT AT LAMBING FLAT. FATAL COLLISION BETWEEN RIOTERS AND POLICE. BURRANGONG, SUNDAY, 6.30 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 23 July 1861

RIOT AT LAMBING FLAT. FATAL COLLTSION BETWEEN RIOTERS AND POLICE. (From the Telegraphic CGornepondent of the S. A. Herald.) BURRANGONG, SUNDAY, 6.30 p.m. TRnne of the ringleaders of the late riots were arrested to-day. Great excitement prevails at the present time, and a "roll-up " is now coming from T'ipperary Gully to release the prisoners. The whole of the force hero are under arms, several of the stores in the town are filled with men armed to protect them. 11.30 p.m. COLLtSION WIrH THE FOenc.-About 1000 men crossed the creek and made for the Camp. A deputation of four arrived, and requested to see the officer in command of the camp. Captain Zouch and Mr. Commissioner Griffin received them. They asked if any, and what. number, had been arrested with respect to the late riots. They were informed that three were arrested; they then stated that they were requested to demand their release. Both Captain Zonch and Mr. Griffin firmly, yet coolly, declined to release the prisoners, info...

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LIST OF AGENTS. TOWN. [Newspaper Article] — Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 23 July 1861

LIST OF AGENTS. Towx. Brisbae.stret ......... Mr. Whitehead, bookseller Little Ipsjich.......... Mr. Johnston, storekeeper Sydney (Georgeestreet) Mr. A. Lewis Brisane(Qaeen.street) Mr. 3. Goodwyn, stationer Mr. T. Dowse Fortitude ley......... Mr. G. Smith, hemist Kangaroo Point ......... Mr. Quinn W sam ic .......... ... Mr. Sinagord, storekeeper Canal Creek ..... .. Mr. P. Liddy, storekeeper Toomoemba ............... Mr. Bennett, storekeeper Rockhampton ........ Mr. L. Sandol Calandoot ............... Mr. W. Elliott.

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PORT CURTIS. [Newspaper Article] — Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 23 July 1861

PORT CURTIS. New JO??tuo .--The growing importance of the Port Curtis district is evidenced by the recent publication at Rockhampton ofa full-sized weekly newspaper, the first two numberacfwhich we have received. The Butletin, which is the name of our young contemporary, is well printed, end appearts to be conducted in a manner that will render it a very creditable addition to the Press' of Queensland. We extract the following items of intelli gence from the Bulletin : Wood and brick buildings are springing up in every 'pat orf the town, ye7t the totally inadequate house accom modation is the grsatest drawback to our advancement at the present time. .Not to mention the scores of tenns, several families are residing at the hotels and boarding establishmentl inable to obtain a dwelling at any price. We "regreoitb lobtice that from the same cause Mr. Meiklejohn and family, recently' arrived per Jenny Lin, havegone to Gldetone. From our.adveriing columns it will be seen that in addition...

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