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ARRIVAL AND CLOSING OF THE MAILS. MAILS ARRIVE. [Newspaper Article] — Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 23 July 1861

ARRIVAL AND CLOSING OF THE MAILS... . MAIhS ARRIVX. FROM BRISANEi.-Dailv at 7 p.m. FROM DaYrroN, sn ToOWOOB.--Sunday, 8'p.m.; and Thursday, 8 p.m. FROM. WASWIC.-Wednesdays, 2 p.m.; and Satar days, 2 p.m.

Publication Title: Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
WIDE BAY AND BURNETT. [Newspaper Article] — Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 23 July 1861

WIDE BAY A BURNETT. We have received a file of a Maryborough Chronicle up to the 18th instant. Our otoiporary now comes. out with a full-sizod sheet, apprs to hbe well sup. potted by the public. We t the following intelli. gence from the Chronicle: MnARYeIROUOH COTTON Ccl~AN.--Wo understand that the Directors of the Mar.orough and Wide Bay Cotton Growing Association le commenced the forfei ture of the shares of several pe ons who have neglected to pay the calls a long tim overdue; and all share holders who are desirous of fulling their engagements with the Company are recomi ended to pay up the amount due on their respective ares without delay. MEDnoAL.-Our readers will gratified to find that at last, another medical man ed and already con menced practice in Maryborough. Dr. Ward has lately been residing at Cook's River car Sydney, is a duly qualified practitioner, and recogni an such by the New South Wales Board. A duly q alified chemist and druggist has also come from Sydn to assi...

Publication Title: Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 23 July 1861

SALES BY AUCTION CATTLE. 'R. GILL will Sell by Auction, at Douyere's ? Yards, On FRIDAY next, 24th July, at 12 o'clock, About THIRTY HEAD OF CATTLE, Consisting of M3ilkers, Heifers, Steers, and Bullocks, all accustomed to run near Ipswich. Also, A CAPITAL SADDLE HORSE, No reserve. Terms cash. 135 F"OR UNRESERVED SALE On the let of AUGUST next, By order of the Mortgagee, if not previously sold by private contract, of which notice will be given, THE JWNCTION STATION, Together with the Stock at present thereon, con sisting of 700 Head of Horses 900 Head of Cattle j ore or tess. This Station is situated at the confluence of the Weir River and Western Creek, in the DistriCt of 'Darling Downs. It is very compact, well Watered and Grassed. Distance from Drayton about94 miles: the neighbouring stations are Dunmore, We:tern Creek, Retreat, and Weranga. Setimated capabilities, 4000 cattle. From this Station upwards of 100 head of horses were sold last year at an average price of about £9 er h...

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

Rb 4piptyti fo S cacR Ipror.-T nt f?acrpteon to the Ipmaich Ferald is Eight Shb *.4Aipence per quarter. The quarters atte i ?:tW..'i.tenber, S14t December, 81 at March, slid 1ith ie, t hllt rloda enly can nubecribers deoline, by gng onog iw UIthste amount due to the end of the current.qla i , Sixpence. AnvERTISM i tteccordng to the following .. d. S l lnes ... ... 1 0 'hefollonii ai ed on all advertisement conm - jio? : l tdltto.i Ali *v( sflety on the face of them the irdbeetfn betos uInierted, or they will be con tinue Wwteit tjdi' i hrged accordingly. Ordnl -breini ir lierstion canot be received lter *thauoswe ae, a the dsy previous topubllcation. The pfP i'liahed every Tuesday and Friday. % ,nadd .oa lln,,sue rMtiustne all partt ofthe colonies. ? AUSTRALASIA. 4 ;': pC it'by RoyalCharter. 6r.iF9a on FIXED DEPOSITS- r iptich'u.ib......... . 3 per cent. 4 ,.t .............. 4 per cent. Bll hlents of Proucepurchased at 'ir ,'id anceB effected from Ipswich 'dirt ey to London, or Live...

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

DEPARTURES. July 19.-Duke of Wellington, sehooner, 88 tons, Captain Ceilo, for Sydney. No peaseegers July 20.-Telegraph. steamer. 700 tons. Captain O'Reilly. for Sydney. Passengers--Mr. and ras Mt. Goggs, Mrs. C. Oapeline, Ret . BG.. Wilson. Dr. Dorsey, lasters Manning and A. White, Messrs. W. D. White. J. Gibson, A. G. Jones, I. Neil, Buclurman, Jedeey, anud eight in the steerage.

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Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 23 July 1861

ARRIVALS. July 20.-Clarene, steamer, Captain Cottier, from t Nhe Northen Ports. Passengers--leslrs. Barnett. Mlarch, Haig, Brooks, Adams, Callaghan. Dr. Hamlontoand ia in the steerage. Julyil-Yarra TYan. steamer. 560 tons. Captain Belllfrom Sydney. Pasengers--Mrs. Bell and child, Mr. and Mrs. Airken, and 9 in tCe steerage. July 21.-Eagle (s.,). Captain Paddle, from Port Denison via RoRkhampton. Passengers from Port Denlson_-Captal it. Toonns, htessrs. Gregory. Hood, Bennett, Black, Myles. IDr.LM. Somers. From RBochampton--Messrs. Chemist, Vtckery, Bird son, Landsboomgh, and 1 in the teerage.

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

DARLIN DOWNS. Too M mNIOIPAL ELECTI at Warwick has resulted as follows:-Maiyor, Mr. J. Kingeford; Aldermen, Messrs. Thomas MoEvoy, Iliam Craig, James Mergan, James Allen, George KCe dy, Dr. Aldred, Captain Daveney, and Mr. P. ,le ng. Alderman Kingsford, having the highest numbe f votes, was subsequently unanimously elected Mayor The forthcoming races a causing a great deal of in torosts. There are some 1 or 20 horses in training. Euclid is at Canning Down ad is well spoken of. slr. Blair's trio--Van Tromp, rles I., and Miranda, are also getting on well. Besi the above, Huntsman and Risk are in training at Wa Ik. SUDDEN DEATn.-A ma named Alexander Thomp son, who was working at a bridge at Dalby, died suddenly on the 13th instant lrough bursting a blood vessel. The deceased was a dower, and has left three orphan children in Belfast, roland.

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LAND SALE, AT THE POLICE OFFICE, IPSWICH. ON MONDAY, THE 22ND DAY OF JULY, 1861. COUNTRY LOTS. [Newspaper Article] — Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 23 July 1861

LASND SALE, AT THE POLICE OFFICE, IPSWICH. ON MONDAY, THE 22ND DAY OF JULY, 1861. COUNTRY LOTS. 1-1 o d AEAnA. r. Ptirchaser. A. A . P. I .. d. 131 ... 81 0 0 816 0 olnPanton. 2181 ... 87 0 .0 6 17 0 ohn Ferrett 25 ... 26 0 0 4 0 0 Mich. Macanallen. 4 254 , 8 18 4. 0 ThomasRowlands. 6 255 ... 288 18 4 0 0 Ditto. 6 256... 23 13 5 0 0 C: Gorry.. S276 ... 2 0 16 6 12 0 G.H. Wilson. 8 277 ... 23 0 16 4 0 0 J. C. Foote. 9 278... 28 0 16 1027... 25 0 82 412 0 T. Kenyon. 11 280 ... 12 0 0 5 0 0 Michael Ban. 12251... 18 116 5 10 0 Michael Ford. S282... 18 o 0 4 0 0 Ditto. , . sa ,.... 30. 0 8 o0 F. A. Forbes. 15 ... 11 0 0 4 0 0 John Wright. 16 285 . 17 8 8 8 9 0 J.O. oote. 17 '28 .: 27 0 28 310 0 F. A. Forbes. 18 287 .. 1 8 82 . 4 0 0 Bernard Prley. 19288 ... 17 .2 4 16 0' L Ford. 20 '26 .. 9 220 5 1 0 J. Glennon. 21 227 ... 15 2 0 5 0 0 J.O onnor. 2 228... 8 2 20 23 229 ... 135 0o 0 0 0 DPhillips. 24 281 ... 14 2 16 25 2 ..... .15. 87 26 281 ... 20 225' 27 231 ... 14 125 5 0 0 Thomas Bell...

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IPSWICH POLICE COURT. FRIDAY, JULY 19. [Newspaper Article] — Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 23 July 1861

IPSWICH POLICE COURT. FRIDAY, JULY 19. Before the Police Magistrate and the Mayor. G. Roberts was charged with a breach of the Towc's' Police Act, by firing a gun in town. Case dismissed. J.Hagan v. M. Shea.-Assault. From the evidence of the plaintiff it appeared that the defendant after abusing him, seized him by the cravat, and cruelly kicked him. Plaintiffs evidence was corroborated by the marks on his person, and by the evidence of a witness, named Edward Twidale. The defendant was found guilty, and fined £2 10s., and 8s. 2d. costs, with the alternative, in default of payment, of a months' imprisonmaent.

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Local and District News. [Newspaper Article] — Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 23 July 1861

LocaI ani .Ristrict Nebs. IPswIon .VorsLUNTE RltEs. CoEo .--Te following notification appears in the ovierapenr GOaetie oft flatur daylast: -"ColonialSeeretar?'s Omicee Brisbane 15th July, 1861. His Excellency the Governor has been pleased to appoint, bylq omission, under his hand end eal, thejfollowing gentleMhn to the several ades inthe IpswichCobtingent of the Queensland Volunteer Rile Brigade,. mentionedin.conecrjion with ·their falmes, respectivelyr:--John Murphy, Eigs to be Captaini Geore' Hamilton Hall, asq., to be Lietutenant; and Henry Scotti HEsq, to be Ensign. By his Excellency's command, Ri. G. W; Herbert." Several persons have expressed surprise that the new Corps boas not been gzetted; but t it may perhaps have been con tered that as ,hi. ?xcelleney on a previous ccasion aepte eobslfeh of ner Majesty, the services of the Ipswich Valuateer it would be unneeessary 'to do so a second time,. It remains, however, a question of doubt whgther the'present corpe can enforce the...

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MONDAY, JULY 22. [Newspaper Article] — Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 23 July 1861

MONDAY, JULY 22. Before the Police Magistrate. Tohn O'Donnell' pleaded guilty to being drank and lisorderly on .the 20th. Fined ls., or twenty-four -AotnsiiDhe-lla : Olarles Crawley pleaded guilty to the ame offence, and wase?ned £?, or twenty-four hourt in the cells.

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SATURDAY, 20TH JULY. [Newspaper Article] — Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 23 July 1861

SATURDAY, 20TH JULY. Pefore the Plice Magistrate. John Hall, pleaded guilty to being drunk and disorderly on the ILa instant. Fined £2, in default, twenty.four hla?u inthe cells..

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DIARY. MEMORANDA TO NEXT PUBLICATION. [Newspaper Article] — Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 23 July 1861

DI ARY. NMEMOSADA TO NEX PYBLICVATION, ,Sun .,rcmalla - . Rises. l Sets. Mor. I Aftemn 23 I TVeDAT ..... 1i 1 4 t jt 10 24 I WEDEDsuAy ... I 6 47 5 24 l.4 '- 0 ? -.. "5 ITnAosrDY ..... ( d 4 (i 61 241 O 20 O34 28 Bnar ......... ( 4014 0 26 i o 2 1- 46 27t 1 3CoeAr ......... ( 6 O 5 . 2 2.. ( 1 480 The difference In tlme.betweeo high water at. the Sar and Brlsbane is I hour 45 mlnutes, anod Ipswich 5 hours 25 rmliutes, which dlfference uust be added to the time of high eteraon the Sar. - Jeeosterly linds on the .. t the Bay. nd the eshe??In bhe?lecr, oftn eusen eOrlo?ton from our table, but these pro. .menelyaccldental, and governed by no known law. Chose.eSubscribers to the Ips ?'ich Herald who do .not ruoiveo their Ppes regularly, would confr 'me favour on the Manager b' immediately informing' h?imofthe same.. .

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

MAILS CLOSE. F -.BRUnBABE.-8 p.m. daUy. PoB DRAYToN AnD ToowooaL.--Tuesday, at .4 a.m.; and Friasy, at 8p.m. Foa WARw.c --Thuraday, at 5 p.m.; and BSnday, at 5 p.m.

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LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. WEDNESDAY, JULY 17. [Newspaper Article] — Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 23 July 1861

SITVE ASSEMBLY. TDA ly 17. Prayenat '12 minutes past " f sAND NATIVE POLICE. "ASITRE laid on the table ittee, itl.. the evidence, pDon of: the report on notice., asked the e9tion;-If he is e o hetraders of d arriving in rlebane prior to dr ihe Govern ate t ons is to feorhaded %he al )that the not'h._ dad aisaeni ret r "dnt dif ey additi should

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 23 July 1861

Ir we can judge by the comments of the home newspapers, Mr. JORDne and Dr. LANe have succeeded in. impressing on the public mind in Great Britain the facts that cotton can be profitably grown in Queensland and culti vated by European labour. We are well aware that many persons in this colony either do not do not know or will not acknowledge that the latter statement is perfectly in accordance with fact. As far as this point is. concerned, however, we feel convinced that the Emmigration Commissioner has advanced nothing but what is true. In some other respects, we must admit, Mr. JoanAN has, perhaps, painted his landscapes in rather glow ing colours; but when he slys that Queens land is perfectly adapted for British colonisation of every description, he states nothing more than what is self-evident to all who have any practical acquaintance with the subject. It has often struck us that many of those who are opposed to the cultivation of cotton by European labour are very inconsistent...

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THURSDAY, JULY 18. REPRESENTATION OF THE GOVERNMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 23 July 1861

TuaiSDAY, JULY 18. fEPEESENTATION OF THE GOVERNMENT. The PRESIDENT announced that'he had received a communication from Dr. Hobbs, resigning his position ea erpresentative of the Government in tmat House, and requesting leave of absence on private business for one SO the motionof Dr. FULLERTON, the leave of Mr. Y LD then ad attention to the fact that -there as.ddo :nmemibr' epreseneingihTe Government in :-.at;ha.abe, and movedie asdjomrnment of the House ;.AOil seobmember be appointed. a a.-i e sme discussion, the motion was -withdrawn by AUDIT BILL. Mr. MACDOUGALL gave notice that on'Tuesaay .-me?t he would more the rescission of the vote arrived at on tbhe'previoes dy in reference to this bill. EXPEDITING OF BILLS. Mr. BALFOUR,in tie absenceof Dr. Hobbs, moved the suspension Afeertain Standing Ordea until further *otice, for the-purpose of enabling the Council to pa_ Bills through theirvarious stages in one day. The motion was carried on division by 7 to'4--the * "tmodty eonsisting...

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

' 2*O cknesPo 'DENTE. No notiea can a iadken of anonymous communi cations. Wisniever is inlended for inacriion,' must be authenticatced by the name and address of the writer: not neeessari4' for pablicalion, bed as o gusarattee of lidsgood faith. We cannot undertake to return rejected communi cations. [IPWhile our columns toill be aloays'open to the insertion of correspondence on subjects of local and general interest, we do not, by any mneais, hold ourselves responsible for the sentiments that may be exprssed.] ?EUSDAY, JiaFY 23, r881. TUESDAY, JULY 23, 1881.

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CAN COTTON BE SUCCESSFULLY CULTIVATED IN QUEENSLAND BY EUROPEAN LABOUR? (Shipping and Mercantile Gazette, May 25.) [Newspaper Article] — Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 23 July 1861

CAN COTTON BE SaUCCESSFULLY CULTI VATED IN QUEENSLAND BY EUROPEAN LABOUR? (Shipping and Mercantile Gazette, May 25.) While the question of the cotton supply is now pressing itself upon the earnest consideration of the whole British nation, a small pamphlet is issued by authority of the government of the new Colony of Queensland, entitled, "Queensland. Emigration to the- new Colony of Australia, the future Cotton Wield of England." * The question with which this paper is 'eaded, seems to be definitively determined by the state ments made by the Queensland government in reference to the peculiar capabilities of the soil of that part of Australia for the production of cotton, and especially in reference to the climate as suited to the European constitution. It appears that cotton has 'been exported in small quantities to England for several years; that te quality of the textile has been pronounced by the highest authori ties.as very.superior, and of an average value.of Is 4d..per lb. T...

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

TIMMIGRATION REGULATIONS. Mr. OC ALLINOR asked the Colonial Secretary '§Whether it is the intention of the Government to alter Clause 8 of the Immigration Regulations, so as to admit of children between the ages of one and four years at the time of.landing participathig in the benefit of the laud order system ?" The?COLONIAL SECRETARY said that any such alterations would be contrary to the provisions of the lAoh passed last session. If it were thought desirable to amend that Act, of course it would be competent for the Legislature to do so. GRAMMAR SCHOOLS. Mr. RAFF asked the Colonial Secretary-"Is it the Grammar Schools Act admits of the establishment; oa these schools on Denominational or Sectarian principles t If so, is it the intention of the Gtovernment to iatruduce this session any measure to amend the Act of last session in this respect ?" The OOLONIAL SECRETARY read the following reply, which, on the motion of Mr. O'Sullivan, was ordered to be printed:-" The Government are a...

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