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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 23 August 1861
the 3 pdilnrlh jrgalb, TEM S: ustrasnlpreol.--The amount or subscriptlon to the Iplwaiei VrldR Is Eight Shillings and BSxpence per quarter. Tite -lumctrs termliate 'n the 00th September, Slot December, tlst Marec, and 30th June, at wcici peitraods onyrean suhscrliers deoline, iy giving notice,. and paying the amount due to the end of the eurrcnt quarter. Singlecoplis, Sixpence. AIIYERTItEalENTa ae isetried auoerding to the followialn "-'s?el: t. & ToI lnes ......... ......1 0 Fourtines...... ...... ...... SlinDoes ................. 20 Etgtht hnes.. ...... Every additionaleigbttlnes ...;.. 1 a Theft6llowing Dlsecon is allowed on alldvertisemenat con tInoed- Tor six insertions it per cent. 'Por i week ...... 25 ditto. Oar 20 weeks ...... Sl ditto. 'For 52 weeks ...... ,O ditto. All sdaerthements must spoclf on the tace of them the anouber aftimena they are to e inseried, ar they will be eon tinueu till couotermanded, and Chibrged accotdingly. Orders for wsthdramwal or altaaton...
Shipping Intelligence. DEPARTURES. [Newspaper Article] — Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 23 August 1861
,@bipping ?ntelliencnt. DEPARTURES. A.ugst 20.--Telegrsph, steamer, 700 tons, 0aptaln O'Renlly, for Sydney. Passensers--4lr. end Mrs. Baron, Pleo. Dean Riguey, ,esrs. G. D. Webb, T. H. and S. Neale, H. Groom, J. P. Fem?li, T. Couts, A. Cunninghsam, W. B. Corniish, E. Hart. urrs. Pror, Faoconer, A. N. Brown, Wood, G. Thorto., Caorpbeli, and eight ,n the sieerage. August20.--Clarene, steamer. aptin Cottler, for t he rh " Ports. Pasengers--r. and Sirs. P. Bolger. Mrs. Radnslcd . lieg. Itr. Jones, Dr. W~ard. J. Westbury, I. G. Mardonald, -J. Houare, Croaford, lane, gad toentyis the steesge.
No Title [Newspaper Article] — Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 27 August 1861
IT is to be regretted that the people of Ipswich, while they agree upogs the importance of a Grammar School, should disagree upon the method. We all alike see the necessity of an institution which will supply the youth of the district with that groundwork of classical and scientifice training necessary to fit them for commercial and professional pursuite; aind we fully recognize the facilities afforded us by the Grammar Schools Act. We have all come to this point at last, and it is a pity that the perfect concord arrived at should be disturbed'by the introduction of any matter foreign to the main object. The fact is that we have been very dilatory in regard to a Grammar School, and we are paying, in the shape of dis agreement on petty detail, for our unnecessary, and not very honorable apathy. A speaker at the late meeting was of opinion that the delay has not been unnecessary; that it was indis pensable to establish the National Primary School before making a commencement with the ...
A RECENT TRIP TO THE DOWNS. [Newspaper Article] — Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 27 August 1861
A RECENT TRiP' TO THE DOWNB. Havmao travered a grest lportion of the coloniee, And. likewise having heard a great deal about the Mpain ange, the fetility, the aentury, the climnate, and otn r capabilities of thieDarling Downs distriot, I resolved tp payitevisit, so acotrdingly Imade up my mind, ang one 8~ mornlng tarted thither Once on the road I got on smoothly enough from Ipswioh to the tBeMiJecObreek t but, when l arrivep d - there, I paped end?e?deavoured to ascertain if there waso any passable road, save. the aotten, boggy ground whioh lay beforeme. ,Unable to dioenver one (although I wee afterwardisiprmed that i I ha tipped the blarney l (old have go~e'through the paddook with cead wile falto), I had nb slternative but to wade through it a wellI as I could, every now and then sinking to my.anddle girthe until I got as ar as the Rosewood--a distance of about five miles. Here I stopped to refresh myself and hone at a comfotable and apparently well-conducted int, the landlord ~ei...
CHURCH OF ENGLAND MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 27 August 1861
CHURCH OF ENGLAND MEETING. d QGENERAL MEETIrNG was held, ou Thursday evening last, la-the School-room, Brisbane-street, to consider the best means of defraying .the debt now due upon St. Yanltlhurieh. Hie Lordbship the BisHOP of BiSBbanE occupied the chair; and, after imploring the Divine blessing, said he .did not purpose in calling the attention of the meeting to the dbject for which they were assembled to trouble ·them with many remarks oahis own. It was amatter of wery gresi nportance for which they had been eoalled together, and one in which they might look for the hearty co-operation of all classes of the community--to ,endeavour to take some measure to remove the debt that ~emained spin-t. &le's Ghsreb. Owing to the' high price of building materials, and the value of labour when the work was in hand, the building had cost -the Isarge amount of £4,700. A debt of £2,100 remained, the large sum of £2,600 having been paid off principally lay the ?ontributions of some of t...
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.] "CAN THE BLIND LEAD THE BLIND SHALL THEY NOT BOTH FALL INTO THE PITT." To the Editor of the Ipswich Herald. [Newspaper Article] — Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 27 August 1861
Original Carresponrtuntr. [Wilse 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.] ** AN THE BLIND LEAD THE BLIND SHALL THEY NO* BOIH FALL INTO THE PITT." To the Editor qf the Ipnich Herald. Sn?,-In your issue of the SSrd instant, Mr. Curnow has favoured us with his views on the subject of the American war, which he and you attribute altogether to the " Question of Slavery." That there are other important questions to be con sidered in tracing the causes which have led to the seces sion of the Southern States is, however, patert to those who examine carefully into the eubject. Byron has said: "Kill anman' family, and he may brook it, But keep your hands out fhits breeches pocket" and herein is to be found the clue to the proper under. standing of the present out-break. The Northern Sates are Protectionist», the Southern ar Free Tr...
No. 7. LIST OF UNCLAIMED LETTERS FOR THE MONTH OF JULY, 1861. [Newspaper Article] — Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 27 August 1861
No. 7. LIST OF UNCLAIMED L?ETTERS FOB THE MONTH OF JULY, 1861. Parties applying for Unclaimed Letters atthe General Post OffiBee, Brisbane, are requested to give the correct number of the letter, as also the date and number of the list in which they have observed their names, as such reference will materially ifacilitate the delivery. Parties min the country making written applications, m addition to the former particulars, are requested to state where they expect their letters fom, and any other information tending to prevent the unnecessary traamiasion of lstterL S. & MACKENZIE. 1 Alhrenz - Ro~khamptoe, 2 Alcock Mrs Drsayton, 8 Aleom Thos M'Intyre Brook, 4 Arnold Mrso?ekham ton, 5 Aylott Wm Ipswich. 1 Back John Ipswichl, 2 Barker John Walla, Baste C Rockhampton, 4 Batterseld Mrs Ipswich, 5 Beattie Thos Roekhampton, 6 Bell WR Boekhampton (2), 7 Bird Alfred Rockhampton, 8 Bradford J. R. Bockhamp ton, 9 Brayan J W Taroom, 10 Brown James BRock hampton, 11 Burnett Thomas Dalby,...
AN ACT TO REGULATE THE FENCING OF LAND IN QUEENSLAND. [Assented to 6th August, 1861.] [Newspaper Article] — Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 27 August 1861
AN ACT TO REGULATE T FENCING OF LAND IN QUEENSLAND. [Assented to 6th August, 1881.] WaREvBa it is expedient to amend the law relating to the erection and upholding of fences dividing lands be longing to different owners Be it therefore enacted by the Queen's Most Excellent Majesty by and with the advice of the Legislative Council and Legislative Assemb~ly of Queensland in Parlisment assembled and by th authority of the name as follows:- 1. That from and after the commencement of this Aot an Act of the Governor and Legislative Cooncil of New South Wales passed in the 9th year of the reign of Eis late Majesty King George the Fourth. numbered twelve and intituhd "An Act to Regulate the Dividing Fences of Adjoining Lands" shall be and the same is hereby repealed Provided that all proceedings commenced had taken or done before the passing of this Act shall be continued and oompreted in like manner and have the same force and effect as if this Act had not.heen pained. 2. It shall be lawfu...
DEPARTURES. [Newspaper Article] — Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 27 August 1861
.ugu? t , 2.4.r y, brig, 18 .,, t .ptal Kh,., orm E + .a UIgtrpe8tariL rAug MY.--lBau paurte, brigntine, 120 tonsu, Ca?tain Robb, fhr tPoC Dentaon. . .,o 2 - A:??t n, schoonerm, 1 ton, ,aptain Rghnuta, jo .mk'J'p10g.o
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 27 August 1861
(ftc Ipd!rfak 1traI. T e'R M : SoeBcal?oTin . mThe nmouno of subcriptlon to the rpoenhc reraod Is Eight fihllning and ilnpenee per qoorter. The auorters terminote on the B0th Reptemher, Slst ).ecembe-, Slt Mtrch, and B0th tone, at chich periods oolgcoan uobecrtiee ,tr~line,hy giving notice, and paying the amount doe to the end aI the current quarter. Single copies, Slrpence. AsvPaTIenrtNeT are inserted according to the followlne cae:- . d. Twollnes 1. Polll . . .. .... ........2 0 "JE~ht |Inns ...... ..... ......1 ter addtonl eightlines ..... 1 O Thefolloiwthg Dreseocu isallowed on all advertisemnents con. ?lnued- Pnor lx Insertions to per cent. t poriwaeers...... tditto. Portwreks ...... ,JJditto. p?0r?lVeekL...... -Oditto. All dvecrttsemtent ,must: speelt en "the fare of them the mtusheroftilme they areto be Inserted, er they "eill be con tnInued tlllcountersanded, and charged ncnordingly." Orders for isthdrawal or alteratio'ecannot he received later 'tban Torelee, noon, on the da...
THE TRANSPORTATION SYSTEM. [Newspaper Article] — Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 27 August 1861
TflE TRANSPORTATTON SYSTEM. (From the Home Nels.) Ton Report of the Select Committe appointed to inquire into the present system of transportation,its utility, economy, and effect upon colonisation, and whether any improvements could be effected therein hls been issued. The committee report that, since the discontinuance of transportation to New South TWales and Van Diemen's Land and the substitution of sentences of penal servitude for those of trans portation, the number and durst;on of such sen tences have greatly decreased; the average annual number of sentences of transportation in the three years. 1850 to 1852 inclusive, having been 4962, all of which were for periods of seven years and upwards; and the average annual number of sen tences of penal servitude in the three years 1858 to 1860 inclus ve, 2723, of which 515 were for periods exceeding six years. The accommodation for male prisoners in the penal establishments (including Bermuda and Gibraltar), and the number of prison...
IPSWICH POLICE COURT. FRIDAY, AUGUST 23. [Newspaper Article] — Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 27 August 1861
IPWZWICH POLICE COURT. Famaro Avouet 28L Before the Police Magistrate, the Mayor, and Georg Fairtoloth, J. P. R. 3. Barnes was charged under the Towns' Policee Ant, with allowing his horse to stray in the °tr and was Sned 1tO and 6e. 4d. osts, in defaalt, 7days in her Majesty's Gaol atBrisbane. Psriek Kelly and Thomas Stanley for a like ofifene wnerefned, the former los., the latter 6s., with 4s. Od. coats. Louis Wittgetein was informed against by Dalvid Ansdel for obscene language.. Case.dismised. Regina v. John Smith.-Vagrant Act. Pootpoed. Catherine Cuddy v. John Wilson.--Masters and Bern?at' Act. Verdiet for plaistin 12. 6ld.
QUEENSLAND EXPLORATION EXPEDITION. [Newspaper Article] — Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 27 August 1861
QUEENSLAND EXPLORATION EXPEDI. TION.t ToE whole of the arrangehmente for the prd6er eilouip ment of the expedition having been completed, Mr. Landlsbortn h and his .companions yesterday.took their departure from Brishane in the Breadalbsne (s), which was to carrythemdown to the Firefly. It appeonr from some observations made by Mr. Lasds borough, that that gentleman had met with soabe disapoin?otment in the formation of his party,- inditiduals who at the outset had agreed to aceom. pony him were forced by untoward circumstances to draw back, and at the eleventh hour he was oligepd hurriedly to fill their places. The ejiedi. tion, as it started. comprised Mr. ,indsborbugh the lender, Mr. J. D. Allison, of Brisbane, formerly.a master-mariner; Mr. Campbell,. avolonteer.to the Royal Society of Victoria, who' arrived by the Hotham (s); Mr. Bourne, a son of Mr. R. Bourne, the secretary of the national school board; Mr. BIll, one of the crew of the Hotham; Jimmey and Charlie, members of th...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 27 August 1861
BEST AND OHEAPEST LIGHT. SEROSINE LAMPS ON SALE ROBERT ALAND, 265 Bell-street. KEROSINE LAMPS. TUST OPEN, a further lot of the above cele d brated Lamps. ROBERT ALAND, 266 Bell-street. "IPSWICH HERALD." 7IIj. JAMES MILLAR Las beeon appointed SOLE Ij. AGENT for the Ipikicl Herald at Briabano, aad i authorised to, colect ADYERTISEMENTS, and receive all MONEYB due to this jioursnl. NOTICE. rjI unlcrsigned begs to ncqunaint his numeronus friends and patrons that he considers St n cossary for the approach of the warm weather to recommence supplying his customers with NEAT on SUNDAY MORNINGS, whichl arrangemdat will commence from the 25th instant, MICIIAEL FORD, Butcherr, 268 South-atreet. THE FRENCH KID GLOVE DEPOT. 5Ari. 8. H. LEWIS begs respectfully to announce IL to the LADIES and GENTLEMEN of QUEENSLAND. that the above BRANCH ESTABLISH.IENT is NOW OPEN, In EDWARD-STREET, three doors from Queen street. NORTH BRISBANE, And solicits their patronage, confidently believing that such an es...
CAVOUR. [Newspaper Article] — Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 27 August 1861
CAVOUR. (From t~he Times, June .) Feoi the time that the armies of Revolultion ary Frauceunder the command of a young conqueror,oured down like a devastating torrent into the plains of Italy, and onlystopped their victorious career at the very extremity of the Peninsula, up to the present moment, the history of Italy has been one'of brief triumph, cruel vicissitude, and deep disappointment. The invasion of Napoleon aroused her to a dream of liberty which was dissipated even before the sham Rtipublics to which it was to be intrusted were ralled into existence. But while she lost liberty she gained unity, and under the strong hand of the First Consul made at least some efforte towards organization and self-government. The Peace of 1815, which brought relief to so many of the oppressed nations of the Continent, only thrust her back into the long night of misery and degradation from which fo~r-mneent" rae had seemed to emerge, and the brief respite, of 1848 left her once more, bleedinig...
FREEDOM OF NEWSPAPER REMARK. [Newspaper Article] — Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 27 August 1861
FBEEDOx OF NtWS'PAPEB RE.alln-Mr. Sheriff BStathearn, Glasgow, on dismissing an action of damages raised by Peter Drew, tinsmitlh, against Peter Mackenzie. of the Glasgow Gazette, has pointed out very closely what is necessary to con stitute a paper libel. He observes-One of the benefits which the newspaper press confers is the right which it assumes of noticing, criticising, or condemning public men, events, and projects, and whereby the public mind and tastes are directed or preserved. Experience has shown that there are men who, and acts which prejudice a community. hut may be inaccessible to the law, either for punishment orrepression; there the press operates i with effect, forthe very scorn which such persons and acts excite, and the newspaper disseminates, becomes a powerful medium in vindicating outrages on the testes, feelings, and rights of the prejudiced com. munity. If, in the exercise of this beneficial duty, I performed conscientiously and without defamatory purpose, j...