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ARRIVAL OF THE ENGLISH MAIL. [Newspaper Article] — Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 20 August 1861
* ARRIVAL OF THE ENGLISH MAIL. [A portion of the following oas issued to our town subscrfibers oa Saturday morning.] The Salsette, with English mails to the 27th June arrived at Sydneyon Wednesday. Pasengers-For Sydney" Captain Cloete, Mr. Muir, Lieutenant and Mrs. Good, Ensigns Duncan and Brittain, and Mr. J. M. Gray, For Melbourne; Mr. N. Riordan. Mr. and Mrs. P. Craig, Mr. :nd Mrs. Bevens, Mrs. Tapp, Mrs. and Master Cor. Second cabin: Messrs. J. Richlmond and J. Baddell. Mr. G. Wordel, a passenger for Sydney, fell overboard on the 4th of July, and was drowned. The Australinn April mails were delivered in London, via Marseilles, on the 14th June, and via Southampton on the 20th June. The ihllowing is from the telegraphic cor respondence of the Sydney Morning Herald: Sir George Grey has been appointed GovCerno; of New Zealand. The Church-rate Abolition Bill was rejected by the Speaker's casting vote-274 for and 274 against. Great excitement prevailed in and out of the House. The Bu...
THE CIVIL WAR IN AMERICA. [Newspaper Article] — Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 20 August 1861
CIVIL WAR IN AMERICA. ian ..news to the 15th June hba been ed. latest intelligence is of amore important r tiaan'any that has yet been received commnenceihnbt of the war. pthprn forces have, it appears, evacu rper's Ferry, in great haste, after ,g all: the Government property they a narrriyg away with them what was :h4e' ttempted, it is said, to break e faybridge, but failed, whether Pw . s* poper material, or because ilerfroes were following closely in Rt, is not reported. etreat relieies the City of Washington idanger'of attack on that side. thern troops are only now in force eih ;of tihe capital, and the last news the ofedratea.s were determined to t theii r forces at Manassus Gap June de'iave..abandoned the line of the i havegone a little to the S.W. Sfrom whence the road is open l t another point. SbIave.received their first ~3ererael. Butler having learnt lalonists were forming an in '"itrq~gbg latteries, i*Great n thla ee ~~ road lendcing i ~ 'of. out midway ere ipatched, ???...
FOREIGN INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 20 August 1861
FOREIGN INTELLIGENCE. . loi Os are gathering over Austria. ?&lt; Discontent increases from hour to hour in . Sngary, and it is ·thought necessary to con ;oenrate large masses of troops in Pesth. T. Whe-state of things in Poland is no better. SThes ew reforms about which there have been E such brave flourishes in the journals turn out Sto be mere shams. -The exasperated people are more inflamed than ever, and serious disturbances are appre hended. The recognition of the kingdom of Italy by France has been officially announced in the Mlfoniteur, and in the Italian Chambers of De Iuties. France has declined a proposal made by Spain and Austria that the Catholic European cpowers should become the joint protectors of thoe Pope's temporal power. The Sultan of Turkey is dead, and has been unoceeded by his brother, Ciount Cavour died June 6th;his death will~be severely felt throughout Italy. A -tribute of respect was paid to his memory ian the British Parliament. Baron Ricasoli form...
No Title [Newspaper Article] — Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 20 August 1861
FRow the news brought by the Englisbh M?ail, it will he seen that the civil war in America has assumed a somewhat unexpected phase. There is a prospect that Great Britain, instead of looking on as a mere spectator, will be un avoidably drawn into the vortex of the conflict. The press and the pnpulace of the North were full of hostile denunciations of our Government and p.ople, because we have remained neutral and Ihave expressed an intention of adhering rigidly to a policy of non-interference. The Yankees say that since we are not with them we must be against them-tlhat because we do not taks active part againstrthe Secessionists, we must therefore sympathise with them, and will assist them in an underhand way. Justi;e huti!?, anon eass e a dlie y to be looked f?ir :'inuk ntty shilre 3jj'i ob reigns suIprema %ir wou .surely4S¾44denv thae .ousi t wbiclh lass giveta do away with slavery within its own territories, can scarcely sympathise with those who seek to dissolve the American Un...
Local and District News. [Newspaper Article] — Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 20 August 1861
Loral an iCistrirct Ncrln. CoarTOIt CIztvttcu.--... are inflormed on reliablei atittiorilr that a collection (lo bho arnoal ilhagoot Qeritoenslmnd) made at St tlar y'a Clairb, it tll toati oC last. hiursodo , atoSd, a ,or tti a Uppoltga of. thb' Coaltolie tishop oatf I'riol, anm?oanted to tla weti Ceditohbl toUo Orf£252 .r c fltid boeides a larI aott roaisetd. If all the Ol r1. COgregaonso do h?keoho ae houtdd rthio o at teo clergy a geiterd.will.h ie C o torso to rregret that taltoa-ud to rdliionm of b uholishfcd. r no ab . GoV tl:lastlNt ArPPoIN. r TcTYnold ." e ai , Caretera, Eot., boo hero arppitited a AtogtinBsb of Oeba 'lrritoro'; a Ilnger Oa Crown Latids, ion Ia Mrno thoMounoted a'trot, ant OltO adde n o i fi. Costols flaor the imrortatio o ttere 00 tcltb t tOtlliier f thi Cololny. W. . NaIroto, .ai 't., Lom Vieariosh Goreronient onmerou Vit'on Moagotrale of ttL torritory. Wiltient Cotagd l to be Cora aeTatr R aonckhmptolin roao of Mi iltolorttd. of Z t. ?.hlteel rilgoo, to b...
LIST OF AGENTS. TOWN. [Newspaper Article] — Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 20 August 1861
LIST OF AGENTS. Towae. Brisbanc-street ......... M!r. Whitehead, bookeseller Com-?ar. Sydney (8, Bridge-st.) Mr. E. Grerile (Mesars. Gre ville and Bird.) Brisbane (Edward-st.) Mr.J. Millar, bosealler MIr. T. Dowse rortitude ialley ........ r. G. Smith, chemist Kasgaroo Point ......... Mr. Quinn IWaorwick.................. ir. Kingsford, etorelteeper Canal Creek ..:......... Mr. P.Liddy, storekper Toowsoornba ............... Mr. Bennett, storekeeper Rocnoampton ............ Mr. L. Sandal Calandoo ............... Mr. V. Elliott
SYDNEY MARKETS.—AUGUST 10. [Newspaper Article] — Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 20 August 1861
SYD?E nAR KETS.--Ancs T 10. Flour.-Thbe market continues in a depressed state, and prices rule no higher. Adelaide flour is quoted at from £16 to £16 ]Os. per ton, and California LI5 to £15 10as. Tile millers, Ihowevcr, have not altered their qouotatianos. Wheat is without any alteration, and prices nominally the same as last Cweek. Liquids.-Ale in hulk is quiet. First brands are quoted at from £7 17 Gd. to £8. Porter in bulk is dull of sale, and Taylor's is quoted at £6. Bottled ale an!d porter are withiout any alteration, and first brands of half ale and half poster commsand from 9s. Gd. to 10s. Gd. BIrandy is steady, and Btarteil'a is north 1Li. 6id. Hennessee's i0s. td. to lIs. Case brandy is improving, and thereois some aecmand foibr both low andi high class brandies. Rum is still dull of sale, and tde present quotation for 301 o.p. is 3s. Od. td 3s. 1id. Genera is nriot in omuch request, and first brands, of low strengthis and small quantities, range from 13s. 6d. to 15s. For ...
DIARY. MEMORANDA TO NEXT PUBLICATION. [Newspaper Article] — Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 20 August 1861
DIARIY. MEMORANDA TO NEXT PUBLICATION. AUoUST. Rises. n Sets. I aorn. ( Atern 20 TUEeDAYO ...... 01I 5 37 9 28 10 0 23 TIUDF r ..E..... 01 8 . I 202 |I 030 24 BATURDay ...... 0 27 5 39I 0 56 I 20 25 OSnoasA . .. 0) 022 3 59 21 4d I 22 I3tonDnr......... ( 6 25 ( 5 40 ( 228 120 The di07eenee in time between lhb eater Gt thn bar asnd OrilleGe Is I hourl 5minutes, snd ipswich 5 hours 25 mlnutes, shillh dilcrenue must be added to the time ofhigh water on the Oat. The easterly minds on thseo o 0 tothe Bay, and the freshes IOn te river, ettt ouue a v?'l-tion from our table, bu these ate mcrOI7 Gcidentul, end governed byn no kown law. tLose Subscribers to the Ijswich Herald who do not receive their popers regularly, would confer a favour on the Manager by immediately informing him of lthe eame.
Commercial. [Newspaper Article] — Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 20 August 1861
onmmrvcial. MESSRS. FATTORtIN AND CO. report the sale of 1000 head of' mixed cattle, delivered on the Maranoa, at 30s. per head, cash on delivery. 1500 welthers, at 12s. per head, and 25 head of horses, to the Government, at £22 10s. per head. At their sa:le rooms, on Saturday lhst, carrots, at £8 to £9 10s. per ton; cheese, 3d. to Gd. per lb.; oaten hay, 10s. per cwt.; maize, 6s. to 6s. 6d. per bushel. The following produce has been received:-At the stores of Lessrs. G. H. Wilson and Co.--l20 bales wool, MH-M; 11 casks tallow, 60 hides, TW & Co. . At thIea stores of Messrs. Hassell and Taylor-2 bales, 12 bundles skins, RA&Tover T; "3 bundles skins, W\N. At thIe stores of J. Murphy-2 bales wool, 2 ditto skins, NF conjoined.
LONDON WOOL REPORT.—JUN[?] [Newspaper Article] — Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 20 August 1861
LONDON WOOL REPORT.-4 The MfayJune sales closed on the the same spirit manifested at' theoph good and fine flocks from all portsehe was more keen towards the close, il and faulty parcels the buyers had I It is remar. kable that, notwith~ ness throughout the north, prices ?l fully supported to the averaye of Fa but for this we are entirely indelih competition ' and large 'purchas?e account. The number of bales la is computed at fully 23,000 bas depended entirely on home buyers declension would have taken place. 2d or 3dl per lb., but as the .London' focus for all competition, the large mitted attractieg buyers from sil the advasntage is at onceappprcsit market, anodalthough our buyers w to pay the high rates current fr t requirements, to their active competi price are we indebted for so even a sale. The arrivals for July already re and with ships expected, may pra quantity to 90,00' bales. As to the probable range f o established, much depends on atbe harvest and money markt't tit in...
PRODUCE AND STOCK CIR[?] [MORT AND CO.] [Newspaper Article] — Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 20 August 1861
PRODUCE ~.N [aroard WooL.-The lots ofedred 1a fellu ongered wools, and all so;ld:M? pare.l letee, MF'T, 3 bales (Diar Is. ll(d. per lb. SuEErPSrI.ns.-Tllis market was pri?es futly mcintained. One lot, ?~ upon them, sold for Is. Id. per Ib.; 3 very light, broughbt is. per lb., and . boiling down etablilshment, 7d. per t lb.b about the same as last reported. TaLow.-There was better demand on the spot, and the prices reolizedTof-e" fully equal to those obtained last \rEo i sold as enumeratad beloiw. lhlo:s.-Of those catalogued for tlie day' s lots onlyv cere first-class, and the hligbe?t: . was 11is. 10d. One parcel of 243, firo~@Tw fetched lis. 3d. each; there were sob?.b weights amongst tihemiu, but thie bulk ware r?oluced tle avt-age to a medium one. ' quitted, at afrom s. to 14s. 10d. each. ::' FuEmITos To LoaDOs: Wool, qd. to Id. per lb. tide, 25s. to 30s. per ton. Tallow, 5-s. to t60s. per ton. Oil, per tao, as per agrement. ; Gold, *1e cr ent. by snailing vessel, and " Exchange ...
PRODUCE MARKEES. [Newspaper Article] — Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 20 August 1861
PRODUC MARKE HAIDs are in better demand: in heavy and first litcht sorts broughtI In leather there is a ?odera Australian; former rates are stadi) Ba K.--0nly moderate sales m decline. Hoas.--Almost all sold; T4LLow IMArT exeedi d on the spot, 52s. 9dl to '536': OILs.-Australiani, ex Speran is cheaper; :good q Con?.-Wheat has&lt;et, OATs.--D)itto." :. COEE- in limited reqiest SLUGAn.--Pnices foraR deC cheaper. Market. eicedip Serarr.-uum:1o wera p commonkina cheaper. Manifest of the Carl Eyr London 'May $0 and beer, inki . apparel andsp 1 34t0; weslueiktd 41301.; butldit 4 cottona, 501, atiii55 We corers an i sod plate irdn tsnsla p 2
MONETARY AND COMMERCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 20 August 1861
MONETARY AND COMMER LATEST CITY ImTELLTGE5CE.--ThIr'Bma Consols, 89* to B ex div.; for the accm t 89h to 4 ex div. Money tight. The English funds ha decided depression,-the effect of the. of Three per Cent. stock, combiued wit fears respecting the probable range an?i the impending struggle in America. '' for discount has latterly been moalrets rate in the general markiet still remain fraction of the Bank minimum of 6 l(ro The shiprments to dllbornec, for the i show a decrease of £157.00)0. the de chiefly on piece goods, haberdasbhry, sand apparel, as also on ironl, wool,, an The shipments to Sydney also s how a A. COLOSIAL GOVERNmENT SECUfRa South Wales 5 per cent., 1816., l?~- ; Victorian Government 6 per ee October, 104l) to 105a. It appears imemeditato prospect of the £2,00,O debentures now in the iands of t mittce being placed uponl tlhe marklet to that effect having been received by:? from Melbourne. The contract between the Govern Peninsular and Oriental Company f betweeu Gall...
IPSWICH POLICE COURT. FRIDAY, AUGUST 16. [Newspaper Article] — Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 20 August 1861
IPSW IIl POLICE COURT. FD?wY, AUGUsT 16. B.efore the Police ?agistrate. . Michael Mehan was fined 5a. for profsne swearing ]'aul Lukey, Wiliam Thompson, Jolhn lMaxstead, Michael O'Sullivas, Hugh Maxwell, Owen; Connore, Michael Ford, and Patrickl Kelly were each lied fve shillings for allowing horsee.to siray in the streets. Anine Barrett v. Al a Watson.-A laim f wagea under the Masters' and Servants' Act. For laintiff £2, and 4e Cd costs. Samuel Owens was charged with having committed an assault on Frederick Worrell, by striking him several times with his fists. It appeared that they had been drinking together an atlercation arose followed by the assault. Fined 2pd 1 (1s, and 3s 2d costs or in default, six weeks' imprisonment.