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COURT GOSSIP. [Newspaper Article] — Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 23 July 1861
CounT GossrP.-The marriage of the Princess Alice has been hurried on, I believe, and will take place a good deal sooner than was first intended. Her Majesty's very delicate state of health is the cause of this. It is believed to le a matter of the very first importance that something should be done to rouse her from the unnatural melancholy into which she has fallen since the death of her mother. Apropos to this, a curious statement was made to me in the beginning of the week, namely, that her Malesty's state of health was used as an argument against turning out the Government in the lobbies of the House of Commons for ew day-s before the great division. It was said tilt if all the anxiety and worry incidental to a change of Ministry were thrown upon the Queen at the present moment, the consequence might be too serions even to speak of. There was really a good deal of force in the argu ment, and it had weight, I understand, with some two or three men, who consequently abstained from...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 26 July 1861
BUSINESS DIRECTOR Y. WE intend to publish the names, addresses, and pro fessions of our business advertisers, under the above heading, once a week if possible. Should we have omitted any of oue advertisers' names we hope they will make it known to us, and we shall be glad to add them. PRODUCE MEnReANt. Gray, "alter, Bremer-street. Panton and Co., Bremer-street. * Craids,;:Wliam, East-street. Wilson, , aad Co., Limo stesi street. eOmk'.3V WesDit.sted. ireeatanas. :AUGTEDNEERS Fattorini and Co, East-street. Cockburn, IL M., Nicholas-street. Orsies, W.illism, Eastatreet. AccouwnT. R. C. Mackenzie, Nicholsas-street. TBonss, WHOLESna E AND RETArL, Besser, William, Brisbane-street. Cribb and Foote (General), Bell-street. Davis C., cornerof East and Brisbane Streets. Fleming, J., (Flour and Grain) East-street. Hendren and Co., (General) East-street, Ipswich. Jones, T. H. and Co.; (Ironmongery) Union-street. Paris, S.; (General) Brisbane-street. M. and K. Levy (General), Brisbaae-street. TI...
LIST OF AGENTS. TOWN. [Newspaper Article] — Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 26 July 1861
LIST OF AGENTS. Town. Briane-street ......... Mr. Whitehesad, bookseller Little Ipswich............ Mr. Johnston, sn torekeeper Cougar. Sydney (George-street) Mr. A. Lewis Brisbane (Qusen-street) Mr. J. Goodwyn, stationer Mr. T. Dowse Fortitude Valley......... Mr. G. Smith, chemist Kangaroo Poist ;....... 'Mr. Quinn Warwick .................. Mr. Kingsford, storekeeper Gantl Creek ............ Mr. P. Liddy, storekeeper Toowoomba ............... Mfr. Bennett, storekeeper Rockhampton ............ Mr. L. Sandel Calandone . ......... .... Mr. W. Elliott.
LONDON WOOL SALES. [Newspaper Article] — Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 26 July 1861
LONDON 'WOOL B ESALj SALE by Messrs. 3. T.: Simon and On., Monday, May 18th;:- Ex Cairngorm: K and over Rosevale, 6 at 23a8, 6 at 2sd, 5 at 221d, 7.at 22S,:8at21d,.1 :at 16d H Rover , 5 at 268, . 12at 24jd .Macarthur, 19 at- 21, 1 at 74, 2 at 1fd;d ?ulian over Queenaland, 18 at 284d, 6 at 27d, at 25t d,.1 4t8d PRL. and Me an diamond, 8 at 28d, 23 at 271d, 16 at 27d, 18-t-61d, 7 at 28d, 10. at 2545, 4 at 225, lat 18, ; at .9d; T.T overT over Callandoon; 5 at 80d,.16 at-2B8d,6iat 285,86 t 27,. 6 t 27d, 1 at 22d; o;iver Goomburra,. 12 at 288, 1 at 21d, Sat 18d, 8 at 12d,'2 at 1Od8; oer Jondaryan, 25 at 14d, ;at 10ld, 8 at 9d; TT over !Toe Glonmore, 6 at26d, . at 25td, 1 at 201d, 1 at 9d. Ex aaon : Julian over. Queenaland, 5 at 245d, 5 at 24:d,: at 231d, 1 at 205d. Sale by Messrs. J. fl Edenboroagh and Co., Tuesday, May 14: Es La Hogue ,S over MUM, 57 at 265d, 28 at 265, 6 at 244d, 7 at 24d, 8 at 21d, 8 at 19td, 1 at 19d. Ex Cairngorm : DGL, 6 at 281d, 4 at 275d, 4 at 26~t 2 at 28. Sale...
MAN MONKEYS. [Newspaper Article] — Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 26 July 1861
MAN MoNrErs.--The Geographical Society met at IlBrlinton House on Monday to hear M. de Chailler and look at his gorillas. He is a French Canadian, whom an irresistible desire to travel led to Africa, and there he explored what is called the Gorilla country. These formidable animals, a kind of ape, stand when full grown upwards of aix feet high, with enormously broad chests and upper arms of prodigous girth. Their roar surpasses that of the lion. When angry they strike their huge chests, which sound like monster droms, re-echoing fear. fully through the dense forest. One day De Chailler heard a roar and a sariek peculiar to these animals when devouring their prey. He hastened to the place whence the noise proceeded and found his servant in the clutches of one of these brutes, who was tearing away one rib after another, and sucking them with great relish. A ball from each barrel of the rifle killed the fierce beast but could not save the man. Professor. Owen took the opportunity of co...
ENGLISH EXTRACTS. [Newspaper Article] — Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 26 July 1861
ENGLISH EXTRACTLS. At Jamaica it has been determined bythe Cotton Growing Company to plant immediately several thousand acres, that the crop may be in Manchester before the end of the present year. W. White, an officer of the Colonial Bank, has absconded with £5000. Serious disturbances had taken place in British Honduras, and a requisition was sent by the Gover nor of BeliEe to Governor Darling, Jamaica, for a reinforcement of troops immediately. It appears that several head of the cattle belonging to the Indians had been stolen by the Spaniards, and taken to Corosal, a twn in British Honduras. The Indians traced their cattle, and to recover their property made an inroad upon the British teriory. Two military officers of the Royal Engineers were dispatched to demand an explanation and apology of the invaders, who were made prisoners by the Indians and sentenced to death; their lives were, however, ultimately spared, but they were stripped, beaten, and forced to swallow intoxicating...
DEPARTURES. [Newspaper Article] — Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 26 July 1861
DEPARTURES. July 22.-Eagle, steamer, Captain Paddle, for Sydney, with orlginal cargo from Roekhampton. Pauengers-M?sarn. Summers, Kannis, Mills, Brldsona, Vickery, Barnett, and S In the steerage. July 22.-Cl--ence, steamer, Captain Ootler, for the Northern Ports. Passeuygers-Right Bev. Dr. Quinn, Rev. Mr. tenehan, lev. M. Tissott,. Dr. Hamilton, Mesoro. Callagan, G. G. Leicester, W. Bishop, Whooe., A. C. Blake, G. Black, and 12 in the steeage. July 23.-Yama Yarns, steasner, O0 tons, Captain Bell, for Sbydney. Pasenger--Mr. and Mrs. Glbson, Dr. Hamllton, Messrs. Abbot, H. M'Cllntoek, U. ?lnhol, H. Mort, Barnett, Bennett, sod 7 in the teerag?.
PROSPECTS OF THE DISUNITED STATES. [Newspaper Article] — Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 26 July 1861
PROSPEOTS OF THE DISUNITED :'STATES: T?s. northerners say.that Mrr. jfferson Davis and his -fellow-trAitoi? . are thoroughly frightened at ii ~tii~st of union patriotsm. They had, say bhe"?sinionists, no idea that the north was' so' ·idignr?t. or their doom so near.- They.Jadi .beea sccustomed for more than a generation :to :.be obeyed by the free. -states in .: ?all' -ijmportant matters. They furnished the cleverest politi cians and the most unhited an' d `steady voters; and1when coneithtttior?al meini s failedl they .?er? aver ready with threats, whliph were,only toosuucessful. SOthey had' ome to' look, on the northerners as people too peace loving and too dependent on slave-grown, cotton, and tobacco ever to r'list them. Calcuiating: on tbe much-enddring character of their oppo-I nents, they had plunged into treason' withont preparing to meet .its consequences, and they were now horrified to find that the day 'of reckoning was at hand. We are .80 completely without accurate intel...
IMPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 26 July 1861
IMPORTS. Pioneer: L62 bags max, 155 bags bran,1i bales bsy, 24 pieces timber, H. S. (,renfell. vixen: 2 thrashing achlnes, I cases pianos, 4 cases bedsteada, 20 casks oil cake, o10 bales hay? 10 chests, 20 half-chesLts, boxes tea, O. Raffand Co.; t25 bags maize, I1 cases eolonlsi wise, H. S. Grenfell; 912 bags sugar, 207 bags potatoes, C. Newton and Co.: 7 casks beer, I cases beer, 1 cask, anchRca, 8 caloils ape, - blocks. I bag, 2 cases ironmongery, Order; 20 eases Chinese oil, 14 drums ol, 7 cases, A.I. Jones ; 4 balea wool-bagging, 10 tonzs lour, 12 bundles cabbage?etee, G. I. Wilson and o.; 400 bags aour, 10 bales bay, Pantlon and Cao.; 200 tons doner, . and G. Harris; 2 casks bolloware, 2 cases bedteadsa, 81 kegs whitl Iad, Perry rharaecs; L60 caes $?ams, R. Board.
A CIVIL WAR IN AMERICA. [Newspaper Article] — Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 26 July 1861
A CIVIL WAR IN AMERICA. (From the Shipping and MercantileGazefte, May 25.) If reliance may be placed on the latest intelligence received from America, the Federal Governmentis gradually but securely acquiring the advantage over their opponents. It is true that eleven States have now joined the Secession movement, and that three more are hesitating between revolt and neutrality; but as events progress it becomes more and more evident that, whatever may be the issue, the North has resources which must render it more than a match for the South, no matter -what amount of energy the Southerners may throw into their movement. The attack on Fort Sumter, whileit was the signal for the commencement of active hostilities, at once defined the position of the contending parties, and enabled them to measure their relative strength against each other. The call of President Lincoln has been answered, we are told, by offers of millions of men and money. An army of 40,000 men has, within'the space o...
EXPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 26 July 1861
EXPORTS. ' t-lsenoe: Por b sryboroughb-- cases, bale, 20 bap fnour, 20 bags salt, 10 ases wine. 1 saddle, 1 ease bota, J. and G. arris; 6 boxes candles, It. Douglas;. 0 bags potatoes, I bag seed, Hill ; lcases rifles, Colonel O'Connel; 1 parcel, T. 8. WarTy; 1 case, Ies. Walsh; casks lemonade, Garcner sand CO.; I bundle Pouttla, IlDougall; IhagtreelsO'Nell; lease pls, t paotel seeds, I bag potatoes, k ease, tIesk plants, A . HHokins: I parcel, J. Miller : 1 box, ..A. Klngsord; Isaddle, Cooksery; 2' eases, Pollee. Par Gladstone-l parcel, H. I. Reeve; I hex fruit. T. Clarke; It bags potatoes, J. Johnsaon; ease oIl, 1 case asherry, I pacel, J. and d. Harris. PFor Roekhampto.-4 quarter aks weine, 2 bags sugar, 2 measures, 1 ease drapery, 1 pireel, I box tobacco, 2 boxes candies, ! bags sugar, I boxes candles, I boa soap, 1 casestarEch, i ease sauce, l case drapery, cases old tom, I quarteor.eask brandy, I hogshead rum, 10cases Reneva, 8 cases brndy, I cuaes drapery, I quare-cask brandy,...
PARLIAMENTARY PAPER. NATIVE POLICE FORCE. [Newspaper Article] — Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 26 July 1861
PARLIAMEINTARY PAPEL. NATIVE POLICE FORCE. RePoa?T of the elect Committee of the Legi~lat.vt Assembly., p,ointed by ballot on the Ist May, 1801 with power to send for persons and papers, and sit during any adjuorument ofthe ionuse, to enquire into and report on the organisation and management of the Native Police Force; and further to enquire into nasj report how far it may be practicable to ameliorate the present condition of the abori. gires of this colony; have agreed to the following report: Your Committee, entering on their duties fully impressed with the importance of the subjects under consideration. have examined upwards of thirty witnesses, ir?clnling the principal officers of the native police corps, and have thus collected a mass of evidence of the most comprehensive character. To make this record more complete, your com mittee have availed themselves of portions of the evidence taken before a select committee held in Sydney in the year 1858, and in addition, the appendix...
GRAMMAR SCHOOLS' ACT, 1860. [Newspaper Article] — Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 26 July 1861
GRAMMAR SCHOOLS' ACT, 1860. Whereas it is expedient for the encouragement of learning that public Grammar Schools 9hould be established in the Colony of Queensland for r.o?: ferring on all classes and denominationSE f her Majesty's subjects resident in the .said col6iy with. out any distinction whatsoever the advauges o regular and liberal course of educa ' ti the9, fore enacted by the Queen'sMost!E teei??tajesty by and with the advice and consent of'tbe L?egisla tive Council aqd Legislative Assembly of Queen land in Parliament assembleddand bhe autbority of the same as follows:- 1. If at any time hereafter and so often as a anm of not less than £1000 shall have been raised by donation or subscription in any district for the purpose of establishing a public Grammar Schoo. within such district it shall in every such case upon the wrilten application of the donor or subscribers of the said sum be lawful for the Governor with the advice of his Executive Council by warrant und, r his ha...
LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. WEDNESDAY, 24th JULY. [Newspaper Article] — Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 26 July 1861
LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. WEDNODAY, 24th JULY. TaH SPEKER took the chair at ten minutes past three. QUEENSLAND STEAM NAVIGATION COMPANY. Mr. LILLEY presented a petition from Messrs. Pickering, Warry, Richards, and another, in favour of the incorporation of acompany to be called the "Queens and Steam Navigation Company." The petition was received. CALABASHIES. Mr. WARRY, pursuant to notice, asked the Colonial Secretary " Whether it is his intention, in this or the next ession of Parliament, to introduce a bill for the purpose if making illegalprinted pieces of paper called elabashese, which at present cause great inconvenience to the public, and particularly to the poor." The COLONIAL SECRETARY replied, that the matter referred to should receive the carefid consideration of the Government during the recess. (Hear, hear, and Laughter.) THE AUDITOE-GENERAL. Mr. WARRY, pursnant to notice, moved "That, in the opinion of this House, it is undesirable that any one engaged. on the permanent sta...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 26 July 1861
SEMI-ANNUAL: ALE. H. M. REEVE B EGS to announce his PERIODICAL SALE of GOODS, which will Ie sold A LARGE REDUCTION on former prices, and in many instances MUCH LESS THAN COST PRICE FOR CASH ONLY. 147 B 0-WE N H OU ?s E. -1-c ARRIVAL OF NOVELTIES AT BOWEN HOUSE. SAMUEL PARIS, IN returning his sincere thanks to the Public, and inhabitants of Ipswich and District, for the libera patronage.bestowe on him, begs to acquaint them that he has received, ex Telegraph and Tarra earts. a very choice assortment of New and Seasonable DRAPERY, CLOTHING, and FANCY GOOD;1 also, GROCERIES and OILMEN'S STORES, the best ever imported in this colony. S. PARTS' particularly begs to direct public attention to the contents of TEN CASES OF GREAT BARGAINS, Just received. They comprise ,Magenta Skirts Crinolines, striped, coloured, and white New Stripe ditto Lineey Petticoats Ladies' Felt and Straw Hats Jupe Robes Fleunced Dresses Tweed ditto White and coloured Kid Gloves Vest and Bonnet Bibbons Ladies' Belts...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 26 July 1861
Eire 3ipdlsicft Yerualb. TERM St SliscnnrTon.--The amount of subscriptin to the Iprweih ferald Is Eight Shillings and Sixpence per quarter. The quartners terminate on the 30th September, Slst December, Slat Marnh, and 30th June, at which periods onl can subscribers dellne, by glving.notice, and peayng the nmount due to the end of the currentquarter. Stngie coplea, Sixpence. ' ADnnRTISeMENTs are Inserted aeonrding to the following scale: e. d. Tour lines ...... .... ....... Sixu lines .... 2 Eightlines ...... . Every additionaleight lines ...... T?he following DIscorNT is allowed on all advertisements con tinued For six Insertions I1 percent. For 1 weeks ...... 25 ditto. For 2 weleks ...... S3 ditto. For 52 weeks ......50 ditto. All advertisements must specify on the face o them the numberoftlmes they areto be inserted, or they will hbe con tlnued till countermanded, and charged accordlngly. Orders for withdrawal wr alteration cannot be received later then Tieele, noon, on the day pr...
LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. WEDNESDAY, JULY 24. ALIENS' BILL. [Newspaper Article] — Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 26 July 1861
LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. WEDNSDAY, ULY 24. ALIENS' BILL On the motion of Mr. BALFOUR, a message wa transmitted to the Legislative Assembly conveying the Aliens' Bill, with an intimation that the Legislative Council adhere to their amendments. MINISTERIAL REPRESENTATION IN THE COUNCIL. Mr. WOOD moved the following resolutions: " The Legislative Council begs to point out to the Legislative Assembly the great inconvenience suffered by itself, and the great injury done to the public service, owing to the want of a responsible minister to lead in the Legislative Council on behalf of the Government, The Legislative Council is fully persuaded that both houses of Parliament cannot but agree in thinking that the appointment of a fourth responsible minister will be the only war to relieve the Legislative Council fromits present anomalous position. The Legislative Council would therefore trust that the Legislative Asserbly will take steps to place ministers in a position which will enable them to ...