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COTTON IN QUEENSLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 23 August 1861

COTTON IN QUEENSLAND. (From the Liverpool Daily Post.) A lecture was delivered yesterday afternoon, at the Cotton Salesroom, Exchange Buildings, on the new Australian Colony of Queensland, and its capabilities for cotton growing by European labour, by Henry Iordan, Esq., Queensland Emigration Commissioner, and latt member of the Legislative Assembly forthe city of Brisbane. His worship the Mayor of Liverpool, . R. Graves, Esq., was in th: chair- and thep was a good attendance, including the principal amerhants and brokers of Liver pool. The Mayor said: -I have been requested to-day to take the chair at this meeting, and I have done so in consequence of the imiportance of the subject that will be treated by Mr. Jordan. Important a it is t all times, to.B.it flt4he present mpment .of'peculiar impbttance ;.4blbg .that .hembject JeiA' to hear iprther infj o i upon, I have con. S 4~t r, '4f_ hc.ipplamse.) Ikaowi tle ) jsl fewwetomaoen toouattKlilab p. , nd t hi - times interesting to us,...

Publication Title: Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser
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THE ENGLISH MAIL. [Newspaper Article] — Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 23 August 1861

THE ENGLISH MAIL. U The suenr refinery of WIalker nol Co., of rcenock, hass been destroyed by fire. The Inss is sti,, c between £30,000 nfd £4000 blt it i -ciy .rvered by insurance. The fire is sup po~,rd i have originated in an escape of lgas. The Quea has ordered thrt for the fltutr no prisions of any kind shall he brnoght into the SPalace on a Sundry.--Court Jornlr l 7'shtsel, the parishclerk ot BhIokneE. a villnie on ~the'South Wales line, the other night left hIis house fot's pint ef beer. Failinr to go back, his wife made tnquiries at the public-hnlte, and learnt that he had left there for home. On her way lhome she looked into the church, on the floor of which she found him lying strangled with a nefkerchief. There were marks of a severe struggle, anl it is supposed he found thieves in the dhurch, who murdered him. The Surrey Music Rall, made more rfamons as the scene of Spurgeon's outburrts of theolocical oratory' than for its musical displays, was totally destroyed by fire ...

Publication Title: Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser
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NOTICE OF MOTION. [Newspaper Article] — Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 23 August 1861

NOTICE OF ITOTION. an WATnIs-That this Condcil will ofmc'to be erected in the market place for auctioneers selling stock.

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IPSWICH MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 23 August 1861

ITPSWIORH MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. THc usual weekly meeting of the Municipal Council was held on Wednesday last. Present:--The Mayor, Aldermen Johnston, Clune, Watkins, O'Malley, Gorry; and Bethune. The minutes of the previous meeting were read end confirmed, Also, the weekly report of the Overseer of Works. APPLICATIO FO WHAsVES. The Tows CLERK read letters "ror Mesresi Rourke wInd Munro, Rogers, and Blaine, applying ,for iriver frontage. The MayoR thought thai until they knew fr., certainty tlhe exact spot where the bridge would bh built it would be unadvisable to give leases for any length of time for river frontage, especially for that portion between Nicholas and Ellenboroogh?streets The Government in this.mnatter of the bridge b evidenced a large amount of consideraition for e people of Ipsivich, and he might add for the T m road Company; but for his part he did not a any absolute necessity for the tnwespeople giving the. Tramroad Company the benefit of lthe mosny voted by Parliamen...

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SUPREME COURT, BRISBANE.—AUGUST 21. CRIMINAL SITTINGS. (Specially reported for this Journal.) [Newspaper Article] — Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 23 August 1861

SUPREME COURT, BRISBANE.--A?uoc?srT 21. CRIMINAL SITTINGS. (Se ecially reported for this Journal.) Before Mr. Justice Lutweche soanda jury of ,twelve. REEGINA v. NGHa. This was an action bronght by the Attorney-General at the request of the Legislative Council, against the printer and publisher of the "Gourier" Newspaper for publishing a certain leading article on the 10th July, allege I to contain a scandalous,malicious, aadjwiekedlibel Tile Attoroey-Generaland Mr. Brasmston appeared for the proseution ; Mr. Jones and Mr. Cary for the dgience. The Court was intensely crowded, and intense interest was evinced in the proceedings. The indictment having been read, Mr. Jones, before pleading, raised an objection to the jurisdiction of the eourt, on the ground that his Honor hald his commission from a parliament illegally coustitnted. His Honor said lie could not entertain the objection in the form in which it was put, as hlie must presume that all legislaturee are legally constituted, a...

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[?] GRAMMAR SCHOOL MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 23 August 1861

'GRAMMR SCIfOOL MEETING. ed meeting, for the purpose of taking irto ithe propriety of takiag steps for the es a f a Grammar School in this toen, was held in <thouse on Tuesday evening. When the P mmenced, shortly before eight o'clock, I d and fifty persons were present, but the as se to more than two hundred soon after tewas iore excitement exhibited, and less eyed, than at any other public assemblage ,s hieh has taken place in Ipswich for some p the MAYoR took tile chair, and opened by reading tihe advertisement by which d been convened. He would suggest tlemen who would speak to tie resolutions, tay, who might move amendments, would eting from the platform. He would also he speakers would confine themselves to tihe t.meeting, which was simply to co-operate for gtf a Grammar School, and for raising funds They must coneine themselves to that duce nothing irrelevant. r. RncD, as the mover of the ndjoornent tnibeting, believed that it devolved upon him, s "Parliamentaty usa...

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CLEARED OUT. [Newspaper Article] — Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 23 August 1861

CLEARED OUT. RA ar P.--Alto, s hoon.r, 83 tonm, Captain Robertsn, fot Rockihampton. Fo passengers.

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IPSWICH POLICE COURT. TUESDAY, AUGUST 20. [Newspaper Article] — Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 23 August 1861

tr - IPSWICII O ua -Oh E oua. T"ESDA, AUoUerT 20. irFone the Police aogisteste. Anthony Carthy pleaded guilty -to being drunk and disorderly, was fitled 5s. or 24 hours in tqe'dlls. Thomas Gold was charged under the Towns Police Act, with driving night soil through the stret betsween the.houre of a.m and 10 p:m. Foundguilty hand fined £5, the employer Donald Bethutne being liable fri the penalty. Thomeas nMiller .v. William Spencer, Masters and Servants Act. Thisowas a claim of £1 8s. 3d. for wag. s from 16th Junoe up to lst &ugust, inclusive. Thomas Miller sworn : I claim wages up to 1st August; on being discharged I was not fully settled witlh ; £1 8s.-3d. -stti remains dueto me faom defendant. Cross.-examined by Mr. Mnealister: will swear positively that I never drew any meat whaterer; I got cscheque from Mr. Hardie, for £7 19s. 9d., and 16s. 6d. was paid for me to Harold Payne; Mr. Hardie on paying me said "Here's your money, and that is all you will get" I entered on my...

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

THE FRENCH KID GLOVE DEPOT. I R. S. H. LEWIS begs respectfolly to nnounce tI the LADIES and GENTLEMEN of QUEENSLAND; that the above BRANCH ESTABLISHIENT is NOW OPEN, In EDWARD-STREET, three doors from Queen. street, NORTH BRISBANE, And solicits their patronage, confidently believing that such an establishment is much required in this advancirg Colony, and will meet with general support. He would, therefore, beg to draw attention to theb following List of Goods, selected in the best London and Paris markets, viz.: Ladies' and Gentlemen's best Paris kid gloves Children's Lisle thread silk and kid gloves Gentlemen's riding, lisle, cloth, and silk gloves Ladies' thread, cloth, and kid doeskin gauntlets Ladies' and gentlemen's French boots and shoes Ladies' and gentlemen's umbrellas, and sun shades Ladies' and gentlemen's French cambric handker. chiefs Gentlemen's shirts, collars, ties, scarfs, belts, and braces Gentleman's cotton, lisle, woollen, merino, and silk, hosiery Gentlemen's Cr...

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EXPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 23 August 1861

EXPOlT8. Albioni 40,Ot0teet timber, 0.?.00 sbingles, W'. Pettgrew; I eases cheese, S eases saddlery, w. Bolertso.n Telegraph: 205 Ihides, L E. Lester; 18t hides, C. J. Collias;t I box, hr. 2telon ;' 2 packages bacon, 7 bales wool. W. Gray and Co, 20 bales wtool, II casskrtaelow.0 hides, G. H. Wslson; 24 hides. 2 bundles skins, Cribb and Foote; I pareel, J. E. Thomo 0o0; casks tonrue, 91 bundtle skinst t 8 packages bacon, ,d hamss4eabkstallow, it.J. Smith; I package, i bag seed, 0. 11111; I parcel, I base. E. H. toutiarden: 2 eases eult T. !;amscr. I rase, fruit, T. A. Costlin; rcases truit, T. Clark: S a trae irult, . tauleoch; l ease truit, T. Gray'; I case saddles, lT. and B. Brooabss; Soasesafruit.tbunhesrbananasJ.5 ?eaminogosa; IS bales gumneos, E. B. Forrest: 14 cages birds, J. M'Donald ;' horse. Brown ; I parcel, G. D. Webb.h Ciarrenre: eases, Roehbiebt, casks lemonade. 0. Cottererll I piareel, Brotne; 2 bores soap,O boxes candles, R. Douglas; . easks beer, I hogshead ram. 0 h...

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

itoral ant District XEcbr. WEEKLY RETURN. OP THE PATIENTS IN IPBowICH HOSPITAL.-For the week ending 23rd August 1861 : Number of patients in the House, 18 males, 1 female. Admitted, 1; Di~charged. 3.; Total, 19. W. Abraham, Resident Apothecary. A meLeting of the members of the Chureh of England was held in the School House yesterday Evening, for the purpose of taking into consideration the best means of defraying the debt now due upon the Churrh. The Lord Bishop of Brisbane occupied thie Chair. Two Commit tees-a Ladies' and a Gentlemen's-were formed, for the purpose of canvassing the town for subscriptions, and it has also decided to hold a Bazaar in aid of the fonds. A large amount-upwards of £850--was subscribed in (bhe room. A full report of the proceedings shall appear in our next. A teetineg offo. 1 Company of Volunteer Rifles was held at the Barrncks on Monday evening for the election of oicere, but in thle absence of a report from Lieutenant Colonel O'Connoll on the relative ...

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DUGONG OIL. [Newspaper Article] — Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 23 August 1861

DUGONo Or.-When writing about Mermaids some weeks back, I mentioned that the creature called the Dugong was probably the origin of the mermaid, and that, the days of superstition being over, dugor.gs were slaughtered-or their oil. I can now give more particulars as reg~rds this fact. In that most interesting and nuseful publication " The Technologist, or Record of Sciencesand Art applied to Art and Manufacture," for May, the editor, Mr. P. L. Symonds, F.S.., gives as an interesting article upon animal oils as applied to medicinal uses. He says of the Duong oil: " About Moreton ivy the aborigines give the dq?tog the name of ,ungan.' and are mamedertely fond of its flesh. The colonists are now taking the capture into 'their own hands; for I see occasional sinnstts of about fifty gallons ofdugong~ oil fronpiretuu Bay, valued at 40s. a gallon, aoln mahehundred-weight of dugong ivory (incisors), ~lued at 60S. a cwt. Dugoug oil was a few years ago brnught intonotice by medical men in Aust...

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

DIARY. Manoal.DA TO SEaT PUBLICATIOn. Sn ue I lighWatemnIlar Aou 1 set. Sets. Iorn. | Aftern. 23 StU?na ... 267 I 9 056 8 1 030 22I Stan6 .16251 3391 144126 36 IOsfara" ..... 6 222 I 4-3 1 4 -. 323 2rlTroDAYr .··1 621 0401 3121 522 28 0lEDtNEtDAY .1 6 23 3 41 3641 ) 41 29 Tas~ ..... | 211 5 41 436 8 0 Tire time betweet high wat1r at the lar and Eristlaue is I Ihoueq5 nltutel, and Ipswich 8 hours 25 minutot, rIhich difftrence must beadded to the time of high water on the Oar. .heraoterlyr inds on theta.. I the lsy, andthe feshes Io -e riere, oren rouse a variation from our table, but these are toerely rccidenttl, attd goterned by no knoatn law. Ihose Subscribers to the Ipswich Herald who do not receive their papers regularly, would confer a favour on the lIanager by immoediately informing himu of the same.

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Original Correspondence. THE WAR IN AMERICA. To the Editor of the Ipswich Herald. [Newspaper Article] — Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 23 August 1861

Orignal Coares0polrbttc. THE WAR IN IMERICA. To the Editor of the Ipodeh Herald. Sin,--Tn your leading article of Tuesday last you rightly. ttribute the internecine struggle thntis now raging in A'merica td the question of slavery. But it seems to mne that many of your readers may infer that this war is a mere petty squabble between rival powers, and that British sympathies are due to the Southern as well as to the Northben States. No one would think ofjustifyin'g the proud'assum'ptions and daring enactment of President Lincoln, much lessthe distrustful and menacidg tone of the American Press towards the British Government and people; but the excesses that characterise the prosecution of a contest omustbe held distinct from the principles on which lat.cbinteit is based. The cause of the North maust appear to every observant mind as one of truth and justice, while that of the South is one of inhnumanity and rebellioin. The United States ofAmerica are not a aumber of deparate and inde...

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DEATH OF COUNT CAVOUR. [Newspaper Article] — Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 23 August 1861

DEATH OP COUNT CA VUR. ,i THe death of Count Cavor oversh nary European iutelligence this plaint eppears to hIjve been o'clock on the eveniig of the S -iuopaced that the fever contii nhag nJest eer Tea7o ~i:PT: out Italy the grief manifested by the people was profound and universal. Cavour died in the arms of Sir James Hudson, and Victor Emmanuel visited and kissed him in his last hours. The Opinions says that the mind of Count Cavour was perfectly composed when he died, and tint in his delirous moments hbe frequently gave utterance to the words, " Italy, Rome, Venice, Naloleon," and added, " I will have no state of siege. Italy must regenerate herself by liberty. Italy cannot perish." An assertion made by some Ultra-moetaen papers that he formally retracted before his death the hostile position he had main. tained against the Pope has been authoritatively denounced by the late count's brother as a baseless falsehood. The deceased statesman was born at Nice in 1810, the second son o...

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

TO CORRESPONDENTS. No no'tice can be taken of anonymous communi cations. Whatever is intended for insertion, moust be authenticaied by ehe name and address of the writer; not necessarily for #ublication, but as a guarantee of his goodfaith. We cannot undertake to return rejeoted omrnmeni cations. Cb Jp0bid) 3lralb. FRIDAY, AUGUST 23, 1861.

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IMPOUNDINGS. AT LITTLE IPSWICH. [Newspaper Article] — Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 23 August 1861

IMPOUNDINGS. Ay Llnrms IPrswna. By the Police from Bell-street. A bay horse, white star and stripe down face, Off abp?dder blotch brand like E. If not claimed on or before 18th Bemtember, will be sold. A. HASENKA31P, Poundkeeper.

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THE INTERNATIONAL DOG FIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 23 August 1861

THE IJNdTENAT en international ?r?ee; renan gave Sayers "int?nation eal" punches about the head--in short, the word interns. tional has clearly gone to the dogs, and nay with pro. prietv be applied to the fight we have to describe. This mateh, between Rosie of Brooklyn and Bess of Liverpool, England, was made some time ago, and has created very great interest in sporting cirolea The reputation of Itosie it as wide as the country. She has won ten matches and many collars for her owner, whobb, finding here no more dogs to conquer, connented to match his pet with the English Bess. Bess had been equally fortunate in England, having won every match of the five she had fought; and her trainer, who rejoices in the cognomen of "Shelield George," had not the slighesn objection to crossing the Atlantic if his expenses were gulaenteed. The match, therefore, was readily made for 250 dollars a.-side. Sheffi?ld George and the ether dog came over about a mouth ago, and all parties went into traini...

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

IN consequence of the large quantity and importance of our local intelligence, we are compelled to omit our leading article on the suhject of the Grammar School, and other matter already in type.

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

SSALES BY AUCTION. JUST ARRIVED FROM SYDREY, EX TELEGRAPH. SAn excellent assortment of GOODS, consisting bf 1 Case superior hogskin saddles 0 Cases Wotherspoon's jams, assorted 5 Ditto Whybrowr's quart vinegar 4 Ditto Red Herrings, in tins 8 D)itto North Wilshire cheese 2 Ci-. "ugar cured hams *2, r'?., S ineclair's hams 5 Caskh lnd, Coope, and Co.'s bottlet ale ':. Ditto Dunhar's bottled ale 2 Bales shell almonds. TTORII and CO. will sell by Public Auction at their Sale Rooms, ' On SATURDAY NEXT, the 24th inst., SAt 12 o'clock. The abore consignment, which is in first class contition, and will be sold in lots to suit purchasers. Also, A QUANTITY OF COLONIAL CHEESE. No Reserve. T erms at sale. 270 UNDER A BILL OF SALE. [R. GTL4 is instructed to Sell by Public 7 Auction, on MONDAY next, 26th instant, at 12 o'clock sharp, on the premises, in Brisbane street, Ipswich, the whole of the Furniture, Books Stock-in-trade Horses, and other Effects -s Mr. R. I. BABN&Es. Amongst the Fu...

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