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PRODUCE AND STOCK CIRCULAR. [MORT AND CO.] [Newspaper Article] — Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 9 April 1861

PR1ODUCE AND STOCK.CIRCU7LdB [soan An wb6.] Woo--The esupply to hand this o'wakeek hea veen limited; and our sale to-day comperi?d ..17.4"bsýe 182 of which found buyers; and, thogh rnome folly equal to late quotation~s, kaie ' ,an. to specnlate. SnEwsauws.--Supply emal: nimly1 1097 were' e tloued which sold at from i$d to 9. p :r . TALrow.-Although some. parcels ?ealieef a ligh advance on late pripes; the demand is .aie.y.ii oUn''' for ehipping r-el...." " " , -.' One parcel of 11 lhides sold'atl 8? 8od. ? i ,eb paroels, consistiagof 'drysd lfi redp at from sa. to 7:. r PB NDIOs bt po" FAT WrnxE.-;-41Oeto 14. -as.oer TO' LONAO? -. , aes?,`';?4'`Oj . "er.an ". Tallow,4sa to 50s. pert in. AO1;: ain,;as per agreemnt. Exchiange on. L ndo- d do =F$ drts per-on pre. ndlnrmat Odays' .igt... :'." ;c .Prvate bblll (with ~podoae d 'ypothaea*84 of drawn Superior ip.s.. .................... ..... .. 1.?1?'. '.Lbw ...middling.............. rese ....................... Lsckt oieeeo, tbroken worol...

Publication Title: Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser
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TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 9 April 1861

PD CO I' POY 72NT& . JNob 'oticean be tafrea of angmmnmotu odmmund: cationM.. " W7aateeer"s intended for ineertion, a uoeeGc at eated bj the name and addreea of 'the writer; not n aec iar/lf orjruMloction, but rd a guarantee of ia good frthk. We cannot unfer6rbe to return rqjected cornmuni cation& TUESDAY, APRIL 9, 1881.

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SYDNEY. Sydney, April 2nd, 1861. [Newspaper Article] — Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 9 April 1861

SYDNEY. aPROH ova oWN COiRESPOvNDfT.J Sydney, April 4nd, 1861. A stranger visiting Sydney during Easter week would verily be guilty of a very great amount of credulity if lie could oe persuaded to believe, in the face of the jollities and amusements of the season, that our condition, in a monetary point of view, is most forlorn-commercially and politically equally so; or that distress, trouble, and want, existed to such an extent as it is reported it does, and as it is universally believed to be. It is just one of those idiosyncrasies to which the publio mind is subject, and is carrying out in its integrity the Mark Tapley theory--that we have no right to be jolly except in adverse circumstances : ergo, we, of all others, ought to e tremendously jovial.: The heavy work and. _onstant employment of the Chief Commissioner of Insolvent Estates would warrant it. The dull and vapid atmosphere gathering round our dying 3egis nlture warrmts it. A decreasing revenue and a ,ailiig exchequier,...

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DIARY. MEMORANDA TO NEXT PUBLICATION. [Newspaper Article] — Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 9 April 1861

DIAAY. - itae405.0 00. 111 uU.1ocLT1. *s;~ A.(L O aot UgWatnon~r a Sise.B I St.. Mom. I Afters. 13.Ip Taua8o ....... Id l1 a .1- I 626 -868 1llm av c..OlA..1.; .610 6-40-1 a SO ! -5 6 -fl I Tkraafv ~.~... i 8. 18 6i.648l0ll811084 12i PIalvkou .18 . 6 48 1 I I I. 688 of{SaUAa .,.1 . 1 . o 8ee i 401 0621' 188 IXossib .. .l.0t 46 -:. 169 .12 4 .88 s· a The'dlnence in thus betweven uigh wrttr at the Bar 18d Srlsbipels I hour 4 minute, and ppn boa s it m inutes, whlob di acraacmpmst be added to 0 ee tim e gh cterun the Oar.. *· *.·~ :.. Tklayw88te &ae T nla her ia.t t e Bday, acid the Boobo to ebeulvucsiftaoesoae a variation Rom oar tableobut those som - narao Lyamlde bielgovocaad bi binotwn law. .roae Suheoribera to the fpaulch Hcrald who do not reoeive their papers a would confer a fevocr on the Manager ininediablg informing him of the sue.

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AUSTRALIAN TIMBER FOR RAILWAY SLEEPERS. [Newspaper Article] — Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 9 April 1861

AUSTBALIAN TIMBERs vpO EAILWAY.BlLEEPExe. -n a -recent issue of the Journal of the Society of Ats, a -letter appeas, esigned by Mr. W. Archer, Secretaryto the Royd lSociety of Tasmania, calling attention to'the 'asmaisan timber, with a view to ascertain its value in 'the 'English market Mr. Amher submitse that. the timberof that colony is well suited for-the requiremente of shipbuilders, and also for supplyisg the- extensive demand now arising for - railway sleepers. The three kinds of gum-particularly 'the bine gum andlthe stringy bark--are aaseqtedtobe well adapted for works re quiring enormous upan, strength, and stability, 'on account of the great size of the. besets which they atfford. ?n instance is mentioned of a plank of blue gum -measuring a -bhundred and sixty feet in length. Mr. Archer proceeds -to. suggest that it wouldibe the best course-to ship in-theform of rail. way sleepers all the timber that the Tasmanian merchants are prepared to deliver in England, at a low. pri...

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MAILS CLOSE. [Newspaper Article] — Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 9 April 1861

MAILS CLOSE. Fao Bxnaissa.-8 p.m. daiIy. Fon D& wOb xAND ThPooaxniL-Traesday, at !L.4b am.;nd aFridy, at8 p.m. Faa WAEWIcL - Wedneaday, at I2.46 p m. and k Fridayat 8 jp-m

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COLONIAL EXTRACTS. [Newspaper Article] — Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 9 April 1861

COLONIAL EXTRACTS.- . The Newoctle Chronicle will lte published for the future bi-weekly. PiEUao-PNEUMoNIA is increasing in Victoria, and rapidly extending in the direction of New South Wales. -ae Voi,? m?nRs of Melbournerand the vicinity, 4,001) strong, were in camp for four days on the Werribeo. The weather was magnificent. COIrrETrrIIO.-TO such an extent is competition in coaching affairs carried in Victoria, that Cobb aned Co. were lately conveying passengers from Gee long to Baliaarat for hslf-a-orown a-head. The distance is little short of sixty miles.' The Melkourne Herald states that, on the 27th March, Mr. Serjeant gave notice of a motion, in the Assembly, to the following effect:--that £2,800-be placed on the Supplementary Estimates for 1861, .' to be awarded as a premium to the iuidiviulual, firm, or company who shall, subject to such regn? lations as the Gorernor-in-Counsil may deem neces sary, first establish in the colony of Victoria a woollen manufactory, and which ma...

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ARRIVAL AND CLOSING OF THE MAILS. MAILS ARRIVE. [Newspaper Article] — Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 9 April 1861

ARRMiAL AND CLOSING OF THE MAILS. - AXIJ8 AdB[BVE. Faox BR:neae.-Daily. at 7 pm. Jaox Dz)ri'ox, ToowooaaA, Aim WaaWPR . aunday, p.m.; ad Thursdays p.m.

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NEW ZEALAND. [Newspaper Article] — Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 9 April 1861

* EW ZEALAND. ,r the Sea Nymph, which arrived at Newcastle on the 26th from Taranaki, we 18. M. eraeld] have news frotn the sea of war to the .16th instant, for varded to us by our Newcastle correspondent, who writes: yavour of Captain Morrison of the brig Sea Nymph, I am enabled to forward you the !lranaki -erold of the 16th instant. Oaptain Morrison states that be distinctly heard the firing throughout all - Saturdsy and Sunday, up till fi'e ?look, when the firing ceased; it-was fully expected the Pia had been taken. The firing continued withiot tintermhision. The Sea Nymph left. Taraski' e~ d th" ha'ight of Sunoday. 17 instant." The following are the bmost inportant extracts:-. HURIRANGT. Thursday Evening, Marc 14th. At the beginning of the week dvery ono here felt ertain of seeing the British ' tag tating over Te Arei pa by to-day at the farthest, for our men worked with sach ncreasead energy as they -neared the enemy that on Monday etenidg the sap was pnmed within eigty gaide o...

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LIST OF AGENTS. TOWN. [Newspaper Article] — Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 9 April 1861

I 'ST OF IGERt .. Town. . Brisbone-surer ......... .M. Whitehead, io'o eiler Little 7pr?,i, ......... . Jo'hnton,at.stekeper . . O U N T Y . . syaney (George-s*rect) Mr. A. Lewis Brisbane (Qneem-street) Mr. J. Goodwyn, elationer& FormlUde raey......, Mr. G. Smith, chekinst South Bristme ........ -Mr. Peterson, storekeeper ,ongarg o Point .... Mr. Hmrgrave Dnlton .......... r. I. Smith, (arvey and Smith's) W aia ................ Mr. ing rd, storekeeper CaCal reek M..... Mr. P. Jiddy, storekeeper eoalom Diggings ..... 3 .eers. Betts, Drdale, and Camer?n, utoreoeopers. T?oormonba ............. Mr.IBennettu, etoreeeper. Ro ,hepton. ............ L. Bandel, Calandoon .............. W. Elliott

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IMPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 9 April 1861

TIMPOROO. Telegraph: 4 packages "oerbandlse. 08 hogsheads beer, N. 'aotley; Icse,.W. lWlxton; 0 hosshds beer, T. Bowden; I box, Mlss Bell ;.0 atsW.aod eBookes; Iemare, J.2. Bell; 2 mrrs, flBerkan ; .2 pdkges, 3. Birch; O0 bags flour, I caue, W. 1. Costin; 08 boxes slt and soap, It. Coxen; 20 bags potatoes,. . Cook; 40 bags potatoes, o0pesckages mehoslseVir anbb and Foote; 8Obsg poatot,10 bags onions, 3 oaaes OIut, J. DowI or; 30 prksgea sndstca, a.¶etle and Co.; bgGs sugar, E. B.Bomoet;di.'e pbots,J.Theeming; 100 bags lour, I box plated ..-e,WD'.Gry sd Co.; I.bole, J.3. Gy;V I ae, 3. Given; 80 ogsflor, r Cures merehandebr, a . aod H. Harris; I bogs headB. lra, 20 bags our, 40 pakages merbhanMdlse, Heuoslerand ra?okaen;.30 boxes tin, eltrs; trusnk boos, JL Mldge.; 3 tronks boos, llidge; 10 packages tea, 7 m' s ugst, Jobsson; 4 padhgsc bsad ar, T.IL Je.Oaso; 3s oaes, L A. KingslTord; 4boxes tn, ellth; S packages, 7. Kelly; 0 case, Kosvitt; Op1 rel, . Lev; 4p spoto, UB. Little; 2 cum g...

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Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 9 April 1861

*i'ppina antteitgtrce. ARRIVALS. ap .--Telgrpb, ster, 0 tain O'Relly., from 0nidrey Ain4n " 0w eate pe Mt . PaueOge raMa. nd Mn.Macd three children and servant, Mrs. Buxton, Mrs. Kelly, MIss Kelly, Miss Mltin,?Mis Perry, liPss Mea:e, Miss Wilkinson, Miss .KendallU , Mers. A. S Cnfdemon, 1. W. Lamb, Ivory, Drary, Grimes, H. 'Rilhbards, W.' Crenel, S. irom .7, d.yfe, H. Graham, . Dun, A. Markennle, F. lrt,. I. Tait,.J. Roberts, . ?son, Bt?art, LJ. C White, Jsrdine I and forty in Geot?atee?ag

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IPSWICH POLICE COURT. MONDAY, 8th APRIL. [Newspaper Article] — Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 9 April 1861

SIFSWIOHI POLICE .00QU T. ..MODAY, 8th Abra. -BzFOe'the Polioe rag?strate. Patrick Wallan plealed guilty to being draik and <disorderly, and was.haed tan-shillings. RosTERa mn APR..-9, T. Rbwlands and F,. Forbes;. 12, Dr. Lucas and' B. Cribb; 16, G. Fairoloth and T. ase Lacy Moffate; la, J. Fleming and E. W. Lyamb1 21, G. R. Wilson 1an F. North; *.6, '. J. smith and T. Bowlanidas .SQ, J. Fleming and H. Challinor. AsNNtrA Liomcss X 'EETNG.--Tlesday, 19th April, 1861, at noon.

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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 — 9 April 1861

Original .Carreponbtnet. (WhIle our eldumns. ssit be alwoays open to the insertion of correspondenee on subjects of lcal and general interest, oe do not, by any menans, Shold ourselves responsible for fhe sentiments that enay be expressed.] To the Editor 'f the ipslich Herald. Sms,-'Oolodong ever a report, published in a late Issue of your paper, of a meeting held by the Teuterf?eld people on the subject f Annexation to Queensland, I find astrong feling exists there against the catrying out of such a msneare. eeing this to be the case, the thought struck me that, instead of troubling ourselves any further en this question, we ought to see what could be done for our general progress in another way. With this in view, I would at onoe propose the removal of the eupital to Maryborough (here, no doalt, some Brisbane or Ipswih gentleman may become choleric, but I[cannot help him). Thus placed centrically, the affairs of the oolony weald be more efficiently administered, and the qroximity ...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 9 April 1861

IT is iqteresting td note howi.mucli of the pro gress and the material prosperity of the BritiasiEmpire is owing to the production and the manufatture of textile materials. Our firet manufacture, which we learned from the Romans, was that of woollen fabrics, and in the course of time it extoended so much, and became op important to the country, that at length'the woolsack was adopted as the symbol of English commerce. The cultivation of cotton was the means of enriching several of the American Colonies, and of opening out a trade which perhaps takes the lead of all others in England and -America; whilst the inventions of HaoRraves, ARKWIGUnT, CROMPTOa, Crarwaroan, and others have given an -impulse, which was never before eor has since been equalled, to the prosperity and the increase of the 'population of Great Britain. In Australia our first staple' of production, as was the case in England, has been wool. We are now looking forward to following the example of England, and .to find...

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Local and District News. [Newspaper Article] — Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 9 April 1861

Local atti iDitrtit Nctbn. WEST MORETON RLxCTIOrN.-1As will be seen from an advertisement, Mr. G. Thorn has resignedhiiseat for West Moreton. Two candidates have already been brought forwiard for the seat which he has vacated-Mr. J. P. Bell and Mr. B. Ciibb. Each ofthese gentlemen can eommand the supportof a large body of the constitu .ency, and if no other competitors are brought forward, •we may expect a closer conteit for the representataon of this district than we have yet witnessed. THE OCasuPION RACE.-The boisterous weather at the time the Yarra Yarra started, prevented the shipment of the horses which were expected, to arrive by that steamer. By the Telegraph, however, there have prrived Mr. Tait's mare Zoe, and another horse .beloiging to that gentleman, which is intended to run for the latiden Plate. Mr. Single's Ben Bolt and Lord Raglan also arrived by the same cessel. Fisherman oame down on saturdoy, and looks well oondidering 'the weather and 'the road he had to undergo....

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JOHN BULL IN THE COLONIES. [Newspaper Article] — Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 9 April 1861

JOHN BULL IN THE COLONIEr A FEW weeks ago there came a telegram headed," From Sydney, by Electric and International Telegraph." and the telegram was to this effect " Ale and porter are much inquired for." This was what the wire had been bidden to communicate frost the other end of the world. The simple announcement made us feel, as much as a folio volume could have done, that the Australians are our brothers. We might have telegraphed hack, if our friends over there would have ears to hear the news, that ale and porter are much enquired for in England! Wherever an Englishman goes he is apt to inqulre .o his beer, and to express his sentiments if no beer is to be had for the asking. And this community of tastes in eating and drinking keeps us together ai a nation in a wonderful way. We are not bound together by'a reli gion offormsand ceremonies, and so some signs of common feelings must bereognised and established, in order to band a nation together as stronglyas the English are boun...

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THE GREAT FROST IN ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 9 April 1861

TE- GREAT FROST IN ENGLAND. T"E English papers are full of aooounta of distress an acoidmcta oeansioned through the coldneesof the weather which, from the 14th December to the middle of January, wees unparalleled in its severity. In London 4he R'eot has been appalling. Numerous trades have been stopped both on land and water, adding thousands tothe aggregat number of the destitute. Bodies of uuemployed work men have paraded the streets, thousands of women and children literally starring have thronged the police courts and poor houses. Bricklayeis, gardeners, agricultural and other labourers have been for weeks thrown out of employ. Death las mercilessly struck down both young and old. The deaths in London one week were 300 above the average. Strange though it may appear, it is nevertheless a fact borne out by the records and experience of the magis trates that during the severe weather the criminal busi ness fell far below the average under other circumstances. Every means which ben...

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DARLING DOWNS. [Newspaper Article] — Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 9 April 1861

.DARLING DOWNS. ?(FPem the D. D. Gazette.) Ta Rav. V. F. Rassoxa.-We regret 'tslearn that the Rev. V.F. Ransome was tlken seriously ill during the close of Divine Service on Good Fri day last. 'His ,ndefatigaile assiduity 'in'the dis charge of his sacred duties doubtless induced him to overtask his powers.of endurance, as it wes found on Dr. Sachse being called in, that he had ruptured a blood vessel. Under the ekilftdl medical: treatment of Dr. Sachse, the rev. gentleman-is now progressing favourably, and may be pronounced out of danger, though it is feared it will be sometime. ere he can -resume his clerical duties with his accustomed zeal and activity. MYSrERIous DIsaPPErBhA cE.-Mrs.'Hutcihinson, wife of a bullock driver at Toooowomba, named William Hutchinson, bad a child under her tharge whom -she was in 'athe hablt f 'ill-using in the absence of her husband. On Hutchinson's recent return?to Toowoomba from Ipswich, he asked for the child. Mrs. Hutchinson said she did not know w...

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THE SEPARATION MOVEMENT IN DENILIQUIN. [Newspaper Article] — Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 9 April 1861

rTa SwPAaATIOur MOVEMENT eN DENiLIQm U -. We suppose that we cannot be far wrong in stattng that the Separation movement, under the auspices of the : select cemmitttee,"' hascome toirrevocable grieL . A meeting was convened of all these who were favourable to the cause, and the newly. appeinted secretary certainly exerted himself con siderably beyond the usual tether of Deniliquin secretaries--asfar asourexperience goes. Oirculars -written seductive -circulars-were lavishly dis tributed throughout the town And neighbouring distriotse great are was taken to provide suitable accomodation for the monster meeting expected. But, sad to relate, .there was no response.to the invitation. For one hour after the time for which the meeting was convened, there were ?nly. some five or six.janneurs, who. came to see what was going on; 'there was not a single squatter present, and, in fact, there was no meeting.--no Dr. Weston in the chairl-no resolution passed--no enthusiasm -no anything but spee...

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