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THE ARMIES OF THE NORTH AND SOUTH. [Newspaper Article] — Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 30 July 1861

THE ARMIES OF THE NORTH AND SOUTH IN two very interesting ietters which have been sent to the Times by its special correspondent, in America, Mr. W. H. Russell, we are furnished with tolerably graphic pictures of the appearance of the military levies boeth of the Northern and Southern States. Mr. Russell refers as follows to the troops at the disposal of the Federal government:-. It is scarcely possible to ima.gine a more hetero genous looking body of men; the variety of uni form, of clothing, and of accoutrements was as great as if a specimen squad had been taken from the battalions of the grand army.of 1812. The general effect of the men and of their habiliments is decidedly French, and there is even a small com pany of Zuaves, but I cannotunderstand how these ittle independent bodies are to be brought into line of battle, or depended on for united action. On the . days, above mentioned the monotony of the wide, lifeless streets was broken at intervals by the tap of the drum, beat...

Publication Title: Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 30 July 1861

REVENUE AND EXPENDITURE OF THE IPSWICH MUNICIPALITY FOR THE HALF YEAR ENDING 30TH ~TUNE, 1861. D. £ s. d. "s. To Endowment on account of £3000 BY WORKS, BRISBANE-STREET. voted by Legislative Assembly £ s. d. for improvement to Brisbane- Wages and Cartage ... 789 6 0 street, andapproachestoWharves 2500 0 0 Excavation ........... 274 7 9 Endowment on accountof Rates... 681 19 0 Trotter, for Culvert ... 75 15 6 Rates Collected.................. 497 14 6 Road Metal............ 424 3 11 Cash received for private work ... 48 8 6 J. Hoare, Contract, Lit Cash received for Rent......... .. . 0 4 O tie Ipswich........... 31 0 SBalance due Bank of Australasia 1070 13 10 J. Hoare, Contract,Bris - bane and Thorn Streets ................. 133 1 0 . Timber for Culverts... 30 17 0 Blasting Powder......... 15 0 0 Carting Metal............ 50 15 0 £1824 6 2 WHARVES. Excavating and Metal ling approaches to VWharves............... 519 5 6 Stone Wall, approaches to Wmharves.......... 243 15 0 £763 1 0 £...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 30 July 1861

te !piutrll ¶hevralbt, T J JM 5: ;stascuralo1?.--The amount of uhaorlptlon to the Iireeeeh nold Is ElghtShtllings and Soxpenco per quarter. Tihu quorters termtnte' on the 30th teptcmacrr, Slt Dreeoober, lst Moarch, andStlh Jute, at whlch periods onltrcnn hubscribhrs de.line, by giving notice and paying tle amount due tothe end of tho current quarter. Sngtleoople, tin pente. Aavr.nTIsuEaETi are inserted scoordlng lo the followina scule: a. d. Toollnes .....it ...... Ponellena... ... ...23 tixtinnas ...... ...2 3 Eanhtlinesr.......... . ... 30 *? Every ddilonaleight !es ...... The followding Dscounr Is allowed on all advertisements oon Itnoed- Por slx lnsertlons ltpereenlt. or I wees...... 25 diltto. For26n;ens a..... 9s dl tt. Tore 5?2 s ...... 6Oedl~to. All advnrtlsemenos must speclify on the fela ba them the number oftimeot they are to he Inserted, or the .will be con Ollnuci 0ill2 ountermanded, Ond charged asreod~llgly. Orders forn rthde a alleratlon lannut be recelvedlater thao T...

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TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 30 July 1861

TO CORRIESIPONDENTS. No notice can be taken of anonymous communi cations. Whatever is intended for insertion, must be authenticated by the name and address of the writer; not necessarily for publication, but as a guarantee of his good faith. We cannot undertake to return refected communi cations. TUE Dp, inUi 0, 181tralb. TUESDAY, JULY 30, 1851.

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 30 July 1861

Tes. Lambing Flat afair seems to have assumed another uspect. A week or two ago, we were shocked to hear of British subjects bearing arms against their Queen, ,and that within the boundaries of Australia; but that which appeared to us then as dire rebellion, presents itself to us now rather as a mischievous affray between the diggers and the police. The apparent facts of the case may be briefly stated:-The alleged ground of the attack of the diggers on the Chinese are wanton and treacherous cruelty, and constant encroachment on ground to which the latter had no claim. On the arrest of the leaders in this attack by the Burrangong police, another "roll up" was made of 1000 strong, for the purpose, it is said, of getting the prisoners released. Some of these (about25) had fire-arms,some had sticks and pick-handles, but the great majority were unarmed. On their arrival at the camp, some of the diggers held a parley with the Govern ment Commissioner, and while the great majority of them ...

Publication Title: Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser
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PRODUCE AND STOCK CIRCULAR. [MORT AND CO.] [Newspaper Article] — Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 30 July 1861

PRODUCE A~ND STOOK CCOULAB. [sonT ACO co.] Woo.--Oer sale to-day comprised 48 bales, consistingo of New Zealand and fellmongered wools, for wl ich there was good competition, and the whole woo quitted at satisfactory rates; tile reports of the state of the home market not having hlad a prejudicial eect on the prices oealising here for the deseriptions submitted for sale. SumrEFsKINs.-AII offered aound vedy prcehaners; there is no alteration in eatoe to note. T ntLow.--The news by the Eongish mail has cansed a decline of about 20s per ton Tor shipping parcels, but as freights are a little easer, there was better demand at the reduction. The traie have purchasel more freely this week, and for parcels suitableto their wants prices are fully maintained. Seventy-one oasks were sold, one lot, 20 casks beef tallow, in good shipping order,realised £39 10s per too, the remainder as quoted below. HnEs.--We submitted for eompetition at our sale, this day 776 nearly all dirst-class hides, but a...

Publication Title: Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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PRICES CURRENT. WOOL. [Newspaper Article] — Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 30 July 1861

.RICES CUOBNNT. WOOL. "Superior clips...................... Toominl. 'Fair to good ........................ ditto Low to middling..................... ditto *Grease ................................ ditto Locks, pieces, broken woul, &c. ditto Hand-washed ........................ ditto "Scoured .......................... .. aitto

Publication Title: Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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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.] THE ABORIGINES AS TOWN VISITORS. To the Editor of the Ipswich Herald. [Newspaper Article] — Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 30 July 1861

Original Correaponbtee. .flile ou" columns soill be aloays open to the insertion of correspondence on subjects of local and general intrest, toe do not, by any means, Iholdrmurselves responsible for thLe sentiments gloat naty lbe excpressed.] THE ABlORIGINES AS TOWN VISITORS. To the Editor of the Iprwc erlh etd. gra.-Duringthe debate last weekon the report of the ommittee . on the Native Police Force, the Attorney Oeoeral exyressed his opinion that the blacks ought to e .kept.ut of the towns, and that the report should have contained a recommendation as to the best means of effecting this objeot. No doubt most of us wish for quehl aresullsvewod by itself; but thle question i5r0elves some important oonsideroations, which would appoear to reoder the policy proposed doubtful. Such a recommendation to hare been effectual must have suggested fore? or riddance-by the Van Dieman's Land method or osher wise, for persuasion is useoless. Even were the bleaks not British nubjects, as Mr. O'Sul...

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Commercial. [Newspaper Article] — Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 30 July 1861

Eanatmercial. I~ L The following produce has beon received:-At the stores of Messra. G. H. Wilson and Co.-?7 bales wool, I bag clippings, RS; G casks taUllow, TW & Co.; 1 cask tallow, 86 hides, .. H. M.

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TALLOW. [Newspaper Article] — Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 30 July 1861

HIides,each .........' 6 - -o 016 0 'Sbeepskins, per lb.... 0 0 5 to ;0 0 9 Pitt-streht~ Sydeey, 38th JTu~y.

Publication Title: Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser
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THE SPANISH NAVY. [Newspaper Article] — Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 30 July 1861

THE SPratris Nav.-Wehave lately, on several ,occasions, referred to the preparations which Spain is about to make with a -view of-resuscitatine her navy; and, by very recent dat s from Madrid, we :are enabled to state that the ministers.of her Most Catholic Majesty have for the present resolved to build five vessels of 800-horse power, two of 600, one of 1000, one of 450, one of 1250 (iron'plated), one of 1000 (ironoleted), one of 350, and three iros-ploted thot-proofgunboats of '250. Of these, 'two are to be built in the Thames-both wooden -ships. One is to be built in France, and-the others are to be constructed in Spain. These are the ar ·raugements which have been made for the pri-esent; but it is not improbable that Esglishshipbriilders 'may be called-upon to make ~further tenders. PsIV?rATEEzss.-The question has been raised 'whether or not privateers comnmissioned by the .Government of the Confederate States. at Mont gomery, could carry 'their prizes into any 'foreign 'friendl...

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SYDNEY. Sydney, July 25, 1861. [Newspaper Article] — Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 30 July 1861

SYDNEY. (frOM OUB COBBESPONDENT] SBydney, July 25, 1861. TaE one pret s?bject occpying pnblic attention is the liinmbzg ?lat 4frair ad the great Chinese qLuestion, so intimately connected with it. What is to be "dp? wlthf the Chinese ? is the gieat problem for estt jegislsators to solve during the recess, nd' the one tunm'blijfh]lock in thb way of the peaceand cqmfort, quietness and repose, whlich the Government ~sully cxpect in the short inter eals of pariiame Ayary warre, Bight or wrong, principle or no principle, someithing must be done, Theevil hos now"issmed a magnitude that impe ratilely dematdsinmedl iate??,orop s, and decided action, qualitiesery b scarce in,.the administiation by which we are governed at presedt. Those who have been allowed iii land here are as certainly under our protection as they re subject to out ikrs, and in a measure contribute to ori. revenues ~IPhie will he the great qeestion to sgthite our Pari Ilsment, and will in all pohbabiity prove" the rock on...

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SPECIAL MEETING OF THE HUNTER RIVER AGRICULTURAL AND HORTICULTURAL SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 30 July 1861

8FEdiAL MEETING OF HE ImUNTE R IVEE .AGI CUr;TURAL AND HORTICULTUnAL BOCIETY.-?A sjp*iatmeeting of the sabove assoclatlon was held e-tthe Northumberlatid Hotel, West Maitland, on Tuesday afternoon, pprsnaot to advertisement, for the prirpose of deciding the day on which the exhibition of cotton ahotld take place.. The chair wastaken by Mr. A. J. Doyle. After some minjor matters of no public importance had been disposed of, the subject for which the meeting had been specially convened was brought forward by Mr. Rlobertsou proposiug, and lIr. Nowlon seconding, "That the show of cotton should be exhibited at 1he Northumberland Botol, on the 1st of August, at twelve noon." A conversationl followed, as to whether the exhibitors of cotton should pay an entrance fee or not, some of the nmembers being of opinion that many persons who had only a small quantity of cotton to show would be deterred if such were the case.. It rwas proposed by Mr. O. Vindin, seconded by Mr. Rourke, and carried, "...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 30 July 1861

MARRIAGES. On the 18th July, at Moggill, by the Rev. W. Curnow, William Robert, third son of Mr. Job Twine, to Anne, eldest daughter of Mr. James Shield, of Moggill.         On the 18th July, at Clapham House, 278 George-steeet, Sydney, by the Rev. J. Voher, Mr. J. M. Illidge, Junior, of this town, to Lucy Henrietta, only daughter of Mr. John Scott, Carrington, Port Stephens, New South Wales.

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IPSWICH POLICE COURT. FRIDAY, 26TH JULY. [Newspaper Article] — Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 30 July 1861

IPSWICH POLICE COURT. FRIDAY, 26th July. Before the Police Magistrate. William Roberts was charged with committing an assault on William Scarrow. From the evidence of complainant, it appeared that defendant attacked him without any provocation and knocked him down. Fined £8, and 6s. 6d. costs or, in default, one month's imprisonment.

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FRIDAY, JULY 26th. [Newspaper Article] — Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 30 July 1861

FRIDAY, JULY 26th. The SPEAKER read prayers at ten minutes past ten o'clock. SALARIES OF MINISTERS. Mr. ROYDS gave notice that he woeld move on 7uesday for an address next day totheGoisernor,praying ' that the sum of £650 be placed on the Estimates for eapplementing the salaries of the three responsible Ministers. (The announcement was receicvd nwthtderi. sive cheers and laughter.) EXPLANATION. Dr. CHALLINOR rose to make an explanation with reference to statements made by the Attorney-General in the course of the debate upon the report of the Native Police Committee. The remarks of the hon.member (Dr. Challinor) were vary inaudible, but we understood him to say that he denied ever having made the assertion that the government had declined to prosecute because Mr. Hardie entertained his Excellency, and some hon. members of the gorerninent at his residence. What he (Dr. C.) actually did say was that it was utterly incredible that he should, in his judicial capacity, make wanton charge...

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Local and District News. [Newspaper Article] — Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 30 July 1861

Local and District News. A PRIZE FOR THE VOLUNTEERS.—One of Prince's breech-loading rifles is now to be seen at Mr. Given's, in Brisbane Street, and it has been suggested that it ought to be purchased by the Volunteers, and shot for as a prize for the best marksman. It is a beautiful little weapon, on the latest principle, and the most effective rifle that has yet been invented. Prince's rifles are equal   to the Enfield at long ranges, and much superior at short distances, whilst they have an immense advantage as   regards rapidity of fire. Mr. Prince has fired twenty- four shots from one of his rifles in five minutes, and every one of them would have taken effect on the figure of a man. IPSWICH VOLUNTEER RIFLE CORPS.—At a meet-     ing of the corps held on Friday night, Mr. Elliott, the drill instructor, was unaimously elected Serjeant-Major, and Mr. Cook, who had offered his services to assist in drilling the corps was appointed Drill-Serjeant. The follo...

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LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 7. [Newspaper Article] — Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 13 August 1861

, LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. VNEnsDhsc Arouse 7. The SPEAKLIER reasl prayers at fourteen minutes past thret.o'plneck E' DUCATION AND CIHARIITABLE ISTITU TIONS. Mr. ,LI.EY moveid the second reading of the teligiaousEIucIatioal, andll Beneavolent Institutions Bill. Carried. MIr..LTLLEY moved ilhat the committal of the bill stand'an Msdrt of the day for a letter hour. At the suggelhin oe! the Attorney-Generae' Mr. LILLIE'Y.nemstded his cenotion, antd tie committal of the billstood an norder of thle day for Thursday. QUEENSLAND S??'Ea NAVIGATION COlE PANY. Mr. LLLEY rmored the second readiag of tbhe Queenalaid Steam Navigatiuo Company Bill. The motinn ilavig been seconded, was passed without debate. T''hde House then went into committee non the bill, and all its clauaes wser passed without alteration. The 'ouse haling resumed, thie report from committee was ailpted, and tihe bill read a third time, and trans. mitted with a message to the Legislative Council for Eonnurtnce.. MUNICIPAL BILL. A...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 13 August 1861

- fc lf r ' Ek Siltk ai~ ........ TERtM 8: BSlserx losrio.-Te a mount of subseription to the Ipoeleh Vrurld.ls,, Siht Shilling. and Szxpeoe per quarter. The quarters terminate on the 0bth September, Slit December, Blit'Mrch, end 3ith June, at wimch periods onlgeon ubacrlbera dehline, by giving utlnce, and paying the amount due to the end 'of the curreni quorter. 8inglecoples, Sinpence. AuVrrTIsEENTB s e inserted ccording to the.followlng scale: Two lines ...... ..n . ..... e - lolinta ........, .,2. 0 Eeghtlines ...... . Every addlClonelebghtllnes ...... 0 0 egb t1Uoeing Drscoun ITs allowed on alladvertisemtete eon Ilnaed--. ' . PFor ala insertions It eecr'enti. Per13eekrs ...... J5 dItto. For weekln...... 0dltto. All slvertlsements must speclfy on the fee -of them the oumbeS-ottlmen they are to be' Inlerted, or they 'wll be eom tluuenotlllonltermmnded, acd clhrgeldoeordlly. J Orders for withdrawel or alteration annotbereceved later 'than Twerer, aoon, on the day previous topublicat...

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