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THE GEELONG MURDER CASE. [Newspaper Article] — Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 9 April 1861

Tin Gxauowo Muxnas Cass.-The ease of Lau. reusce Shanklin, -now lying under eestence of death for the wilful murder of kalph Fenwick at Geelong oh the 1st January last, is in many respecla one of.the most remarlable that has come before our criminal tribunals for a considerable period. It is remarkable, both on accounr of the ciromstance attending the committal of the crime, and for the line of defenoe adopted by the prisoner'soounsel at the trial. Shanklin, asourreaders are aware,-was a young man of very respectable connections, well educated, and of reputable charaoter till witnin a abort time before'the perpetration of the murder. He, at one period, indeed, contemplated preparing himself for the Christain ministry. Latterly, however, he seems to have become irregular in his habits and morals, and naturally also variable iv temper. About a year ago he accidentally received i severe wound in the head, which for atimnie had aisable deranging effect on his mind. He had fits of gloomy...

Publication Title: Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Commercial. [Newspaper Article] — Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 9 April 1861

cEorttnerctal. MEssRS. FATTORINI AND CO. report the .ale of 1500 ewes, at 12s. per head, cash. Te following produce has been received :-At the stores of Messrs. H. V. Hassell and Co.-9 .bales wool, M&D. At tie stores of Messrs. B Towns and Co.-16 bales wool, H. B. Fitz, Warra Warr. The following stations have changed hands lately.: The Warra Warn Stations, advertised to be sold by auction by Mr. Breweter, on account of H. B. Fia., Eq., have been sold privately, together with 84,000 sheep, 1000 head of cattle, and 100 harses, for tfludnlm of thity'fbousand five hundred pounds (80,500)'oabl, with all stores, drays, working bullocks, hounehold ftnli ture, &., &c., given in. Messra Mort and Co. sold by.mution, ontbhe' ?h, the Prinohester and Coorambery Buos, .?oishhalrd district, with about 17,000 sheep, at 18e. d. ler bed ; they also report to have sold the Lismore Bun, larenoe distriet, with 5500, more or les, catt.le, at 87s. . er bead. About 930 acres purchas...

Publication Title: Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser
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LATEST INTELLIGENCE FROM WAITARA. [Newspaper Article] — Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 9 April 1861

LATEST INTELLIGENCE FROdt WAITARA. 'FuBox "IRT E 'TP , B'wAY, 5 P,. 'The'fighting, or rather the bomnbardment of Te arei is being prosecuted more vigorously than At six this morning, '320 men of the -i7th nod i5t advanced'to the front and -here divided into w-orking parties nd coverers. 'The sap leading to We Arei was rel?ined, and a branch sap was also carried from No.8 redoubt to 'sweep 'the rifle pits' on the verge of .the valley. ' The taories ob served'this at fist with apparent indiference, and confinued`to By the flagdf truce in the pa. Abort seven a.m., however, Oaptain Mercer arrived from Waitara with sixty of 'theoyal Artillery, three of. the celebrated Armstrong guns, and two 8-inch and 'two :10-ich mortars. A bastion for the artillery was made.to the left of.No. '7 redonbt; and .di our works went on without the-alightest sign of opposi tion from the enemy until eleven d'elock,-when'the white flag was lowered from the Maori t.iff, and 'reitlaced'by aeblood-.redwar'fla. In...

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INSIDE PEKIN. [Newspaper Article] — Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 9 April 1861

INSIDE PElON. (From the Special Oorrespondent of the Illustrated Lodon Newos.) The first impressiounof Pekin was decidedly dies 1 appPinting, as our expectations had been raised to .; the highest pitch by what we had read of this city; but we liked it more and more every day. We, entered into the Tartar city first, and Tartar cities generally have few shops, and many small private houses, with numeroes trees in various directions, giving them a rural appearance. Let us enter the An-Tin Gate. Having emerged from its massive walls, we see before us a broad, unpaved road, lined by gilt shops; shops dihgy with age, tea-houses, private houses, and a line of stalls, or rather booths built of a framework covered with matting, in which various minor-rticles are sold; many of them being eating-houses of the great unwashed, of which Pekin boasts not a few; others are mutton-stalls, sausage pudding, and cake booths; near them on cach.side of the road, ire peripatetic vendors of. greens and oth...

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VISIT OF THE PRINCE OF WALES TO AUSTRALIA. [Newspaper Article] — Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 9 April 1861

ViSIT Ow TasAFACi$aP WaiEs to Arfa~LL cIA. aeferriung ?ase?ropos?e visit ofthe Pince ofWaljes, the Argut, rexnsr s -,-"That the wceptton itfthe Prnceofralaes iti theme colonies wolud be cordiel in Ihe ieattiben ari?tha?t Bisvist wonld be aocepl-d as a granee' l riil ~z1ineot by thbis?colon more 'aetieu. l lady w hi,9)l e adiei oyal midthpprs-atie, while its capital iedesignated bythat of the statesman .who was ier political trctor her favourer Minister, sad er earlyfrred it appeaF lmoqt sueperuous toaflirm,a Thea ! { alty`i oIte popiation of these colonies 'is a sicere ana deepy ooted pentinmenzt, and on? demands a 8ttiug ort4jIyP 10 manifest ltf.il*th ei itireaesm wil ld combine the warmth of southern felling'i?th the strength?o? British sentiment. Teeis of thousands of persons who have iade Australia'their.home would derive the. utmost gratiloation.from''tie teight of their future Sovereign, whose-esit to these shores would strengthen and consolidate the ettachment of our populati...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 9 April 1861

G ENERAL PRODUCE STORES, 230, Pitt. S street, Sydney, near the Theatre.-The under signed begto return thanks for tho very kind support they have received duringthe many years they have acted as General Brokers and Commission Agents in Sydney; and having (arge and commodious stores centrally situated, are still in a position and happy to receive all kinds of colonial produce for sale, and trust, by. speedy disposal of consignments and rendering o account salesi to meet with the same hare of patronage as hitherto received. Always ON SALE, the following approved kinds of Agricultural Seeds; &c, all quite fresh, and guaranteed to grow t lucerno seed, French or colonial White Dutch clover, perennial; red clover, annual or perennial Crimson' clover, or cow grass-an hybrid of red clover Trifolium incarnatam, sorghum eaccharatum Ismphee seed, Zula Kaffir, couch grass seed • Rye grass, perennial; sainfoin seed Italian rye grass, Paoey's, Dickinson's, and foreign saved . Mixee meadow ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 9 April 1861

*re . ll£# IoUtctrart, TERMS: gnesecarttntw.--The amount of febrtptonn to the ipeoecb "erald JIs Elt Shillings and txpeltme per quarter. The quartere termiuate on the 3Oth -September, Slst December, olet March, and Btth June, at whlch periods oneely can subserlbers 'de.tlne. by glvingnotlce, ant paying tbe'amont due to the end ? the current quarter. Single copies; Sixpence. ADV0nRTnls?EOTs are Insrted according to ,the followln scale: .Y. B. urll es ...... ...... ...... 0 Six lies ...... ...... ...... 2 t EtBghtltne ...... .. ..... 8 0O Every addttonasleight lines ...... ,1 e. Thefollowing.DiecovxT is allowed on all advertisementseon fInu:d fn oraix liserttons 0 per cent. 'Per ,3 wgets ...., ' ditto. " For o wees ...... aj'dlttao. , -For.2 wceeks ..'... a0 ditto. All a?dertlsementt mutt specity on the fce of them ther numberoftlmes they are to be i nserted, at they will be con tlnued ttllcountermanded, gnd"ohaergeaa0erdIngly. Orders for withdrawal or solterntoq'ceanonnt'be-recetred'...

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VARIETIES. [Newspaper Article] — Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 12 April 1861

9U;~rFtncse~ordihg ~to tie ep ~BBea lb loi or~ the voiciel Tro11ie. ~le Aminrca:n' *aiuoSihtorope by ~Mir.Otoge be1: sie ··rthe Oonsel· d'E~taVo? iiib r *d oal grc~t tO~ine.' Itieprve t .tbioed itfiieaaai~yeolgbx fe opea. rieat 31111111 01111, thi~r;a~~roe~,(ph4 1 fot t~ee,11opt~i0U Of 5U1~BUlooo~roieot1,, e 4ob.npoe 111the towe~ge-otJ1ellleav:wagongoferca11le tJrgIthe goenlt;thoroflghferekof orowddeditloeA~ f' omerwfap Mia3XSloN lcPmljiAtte; elatol! Oleaeaari;TnuaydB,atoeid ed at vi~o~o1fi Btate@- Wvp haii jbe tiite'·i~'pedwds~bd'e l~t Orni'othe 'dht bt'~iawg fo~6ji of fb l71kiiirdtasrnend'4e btU~Yi'wkl~ht11em',ln gb;pieceeofb ~'fltaiS:·r or ao~~bl~dhf ';;:~i-i~s;wtaB~·~l~li~i'e' bttbe aB~ betwfeen thefoite oflimbog ean ViweJa, Volouei Knoswpahowshi commassdead the Russians,- whose' fotcenbhsitted of a regim?ent of 'eavalty; two 'regi-! 'eats hfinfantry, andlatcompany.of sappesr.' Tho, su1'omtnknhs oeo'utlterly fated,*with' loss of'1800! kld antil wBunded, abd a largehtnber?fbfrson...

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COLONIAL EXTRACTS. [Newspaper Article] — Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 12 April 1861

COLONIAL. EXTRtACTS. falnn Waanuoiussi&Al e bliaaesiees giren in the Parliament ?o Newijoh i Wales the istraboish Bonded Stores in vearnious liiidi to ns DRWE Ovs (rn Ta N!m igSg52Oj O has been voted by the Legiolative. Assenuj~b.por the on atruction of a bridge across the Npean. Ito? s a disgrace to the colony:that a narrow ntream likthbe Nepean, distant soms 36.miles:from the metropolis should be so lonu e without a bridge. . He? is -a acolony foihded 73 years, aud yet, aftet a couple 'of -dase' Tain, co uninication between the iapital atid the Western interior-may be suddenly.cut offtahy time. Sulh a state f things would not-be tolerated twenty-four heours in iVictoria.! Now -thatU the money is voted, when will this neiy biidge be crected Willt taketwelvemontbsto-" inquire," an4Mreport" and aretlyVilana' callfornew eunirat" Thelabon mss t it jthe odloiy ~was ovar, sren favourable than.at preset;i-for ibe igorous ana ep oopiacnl poecution of fhis work; .but thirohancea, ar...

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TRAMWAYS. [Newspaper Article] — Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 12 April 1861

•TR A" WAYS. ..... Mr. Weavertheoolonial Architect of New BSouth Wales, has addreassed the following letterto the .8. A BEerald---. BSir,-The great importance of the questio sate the mode of internal pommuhicatio. best suited to the present regnirementsand means of thiscolony will,I trus4 of.ihself, bes -sufcilent reason for my' requestingspaee in-your eoumns; "to 'respo?d 'to a' wish expitssed by Mr. Hale ip his letter in-your issue of the 19th orrent, that 4-slhiuld "w~rite to the Herald miy observations on lthe Bilahlmblram. way:" 'i do ?otith ilebsure,;'fIn 'the hope That I may add, sti all eeitts, an tom ietviden which maybe useful in the aolution of ilie niost iziportant' ques~tion which it p?reaLt .conoierps t eom-a muinity.' I would, at the outset, deaire not to he iuner stood ss wi?hiig to advocate ~rsersflwsyin pre ference to.the more substaqntial aod petrfec system - of railways, which by the aid otfthe locOmiitivetas spread thronghout -Europe, ;and which"t a :ieho' canie...

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ADMISSION OF ATTORNEYS TO THE BAR. [Newspaper Article] — Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 12 April 1861

ADMISSION OF ATTORNEYS TO THE S(Fro the mpire. MsU 4 The Hoen.Robert :Johnson, .tL.O,' evinqes a laudable anxiety-for the interests .o .the plofeesion of which he iseso: distinguished an:ornament, .:He has introduced ihttothat branch , fthe ]Legislattre which has the honour of numbering i1i s mo g: its members, a bill to prevent .a1y gentleman being aduiitted a barrister whi is ot ilead ean attorney, We are willing to allowi ttiata higatndrdof chrarcter and ettdtimentes slioudtd betequ o gentlemen seekinggdmission t 'ihe Biar. Ii "nay be allowed;~ lso, rotie sake of ariiieant, that the attorieys of the Siprc ue Oourt of tijtilogyr are gentlemen of, the.most irreipejroacbbel amprlapnd the highest education. oBut, c.ncediig'all: thIs. we atsk whether.it is either necessary o .desirable to restrict the candidates for, the liigher?brnuh of the profession to a small saetion of the community,?who have, for the most part, had theirjadgments warped by custom and routine*-?ad whose '-lgs.edu...

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DEPARTURE. [Newspaper Article] — Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 12 April 1861

- BPART?L. SMarch IO.?- eegpah, teamer, 7O0.tona,.Captaln O'Remy, for 8ydne.y Puoeoger-Meoaro. C. Paltei Dawaca, 8. D. Cordon, Job aDuuca, . A. Cowtn, C. M'A. Siog, J. Tait, and 1n hbe Itee ,'?.

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DESTITUTION IN SYDNEY. (Empire, 29th Mach) [Newspaper Article] — Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 12 April 1861

4 E 1rt 6N IN. SIDNEY zui*'tBelgioue.F , - Day vithb a 1arge qn AoHpIae tpoppiaaopieis~a _ c tting ccasion' for; Berin ;d ty m Vwepq troughouitthe ' ~t~ntpngriy The tatement of sAt3Sifleh4aeeibhly. an Thursday night, of ' 'ý ji8_ o&;.2hbnlble .t titer.~ e-$e ý a iepf inhaniciln :jdneyr mgh: abso~lute ^taivatiob. We I~e::,of humaenity, t tihat be . wa ti oed Wtousonja ~ing an~incidenut as= *awYer, te rid es of aeee etfering in .o1 ty ar .bnttwstriking. .!;The: ?!t~rbýAg aºQidfvdn see isy epect nWTh~8i'ire added the rnwbRi=hs.ched, ilmleaa aogne a aje~dppted tefbiieh of e 4e eupen2clp0ýeesertions anane..:for optn . n io~Iceateso nifering(whichi path'ely t ttheqa. Ilauu f y in bhe lojld. ji-with aIarge~anI :Am' - a.*etthe -arifortable: WI'~e rpeted 'fireal de onotr a-c tz puuJore np thiswind'same sepe z 4mt may be'reIhised siooneeti. 'tLfm're :afmilo y `grotwjcd`-gether ý": ý tý?4oiltý 'iuievi'7mtbuis;ýnd the ykggo ieirj Tlwttcee parenien aoi 4 e_ to eaay ,'gihatnom aun.. need ...

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IMPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 12 April 1861

IMPORTS. Raven: 05 packag tea*, I tro ta.lk, 0. Ra and Co. 20 eas autie is 2 anrtle,; Iii Saga bran. B. S. tentell; 1t Sign SmnMraagSogiancd Cn. l~parlaa plpe, .~ ·Pzir; I anne. t. A..lUngerdg: 3 baleas ax L. A ndunraes, .HI.aoneas I2nekag neresaadlsa W.rookes ro ; 1 ags BntI. Land G. Harrs; lundies. HT. .,FIts; 2 lsea anine, H. Benker; 6I p|arikageaeerra 'e.D.i0trtehlef; iOq .sia.l I. e ?tan--?el; loti olft BB.-uMU tUapItetea; i kauga anerehanlne, H. Gogga; 2 pacckag nxs hns C;l ewtdn tdCo.; I keg arnile, G. H. Wilsn and Cao; ipckaea -?nerebndiae. B 'Towsand3i aDl 6 hogSaeads sugar. B a. a.Im L;, tnests brakets, R Piv; I dog-aruts, Order; I?larkragenpoawd,'e. M. Gr?m'ei?a ,

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 12 April 1861

' COMPAEATIVE STAtMENT of the CONSOLIDATED REVENUE of t COLONYof QUEENSLAND. and of the SPECIAL FUNDS paid into the TREASURY at BRISBARNE during tlfe.Quarters ended 81st 'LttRCH,1860, and 31st MARCH, 1861, respctively, showing the DECREASE or INCREASE under each head thereof. Quarter ended Quart ended HEAD OF REVENUE OR RECEIPT. March 31, March 31, Decrease. Increase. 1860. 1861. CUSTOM- £ a.d. £ a: d.j£a. d.4 X£*a.d. ie ...... 384 8 i 98 5 I 453 7 a le, Porter, and Beer of all sorts.. ... 118 7 7 164 15 8 ... 41 6 1 Tob oo ... ... ... ... ... . 61 18 1537 911 1094 8 8 ... Tea ... 856 18 0 7338 . 23 6 Sugaer and olasse ... 1166 18 9 1128 6 8 12 1 Coaeea Chocolate, and Cooe ... . 186 18 104 14 a 27 1 4 Opiam .. 79 11 23118 '8 151 7 6 9678 1 2 11,850 5 2 1256 16 3 3529 0 3 LD ...... ..... ... ... .. ... > 4 1 ... 7 4 EAND REVENUE roeeds ofL nd ale . ... 389 7 611,835 2 2 .. 8185 14 8 nt of·l-nd . .... ...I560 6 4 27013 2 1709 17'11 furrey of Run ... ... ... ...... ... . 85 0 0 .ses...

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EXPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 12 April 1861

'I epapb: Otbalm. wool,-W.` ayman Co.l 8 bale w . I1 ?.n. 0. H.Wltson and Co:; .6 b~da, fleouler nhd FnmO en I cane. ..Pad:; ? box? Caneran 'I 'noa, I bundle,.e Ipswlchb casks fault, o. nSaain 12 rase niAt, D. SLyrlng; 3 cas. foru, b3 bunhes lanonas, T. .Crk ; I paroe..J. W. Buxton; 1 yparel, H. Cobol; 19 cann frul,12 bunches banana:, L?B-o ?1 ; 1 ca0s f rlt;l?? bunces b bmaa a,l. IH ?.lonps; ?a _ses tit, 1. Wagner; bunch bananauu , I bag sweet poto. toes,.. Dowoa, S ?b?i baga, W. Wright; I parcel C. D. wgbb,

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A STORK STORK. [Newspaper Article] — Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 12 April 1861

A Steas ' Soliut-r,"fib ri4 ce . .i new work on Jutland; ieii the a 1oo$g . p-. I " Old May-day. 'Eht stoikha mi ý . rning, so we may really= eqaec ier r;'t ik* mortala; are never rrongiiir a6ati' 'eod biros they'. ark, It 'Ittntfl1au .nas , witbesý otos tb irtes o` at th appe saeh of winter. 7Iepi f pD atonacaOisp seenbly'of X400 perhd'oit v*T farm house in Zealand, and watched their proceed ings. Before starting they passed in review the whole flock, and singled out and separated .the aged and weakly from the rest, end then, with one accord, pounced upon them, pecking them" literally to pieces; this ceremony over, they started for Egypt. How theýy got their reputation for 'filial piety I cannot imagine. I heard ,a curious anecdote about them t few days since. An Ebglish manufacturer, settled somewhere in -Zealand, amused himself changing the eggs laid by a stork, who annually built ht. nest on his house, for those of an owl. In due course of time.the eggs were hatched, and be woo ...

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LIST OF AGENTS. TOWN. [Newspaper Article] — Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 12 April 1861

LIST OF AGENTS. Town. Brisbne-ree ',....... Mr.. WtihbeAd, 8,oo Lwr·.o. Ipi....... .... :?i into storaeep8 r couuewr. ..ae. ..o ..e s ..e) r. A. .. .ewi l?-n, r2oewe,-a= Xr. 3. Goodwyn, ttin.-r -W-arw ........,:.::,, i. Siaj. ford, toirlce c?r A . ......... . P. . o. ? eep. aeaoud....:.....:.. Mr. w ai.

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Commercial. [Newspaper Article] — Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 12 April 1861

Mases. FAP oRrm -Aw Co. report the re-sale of Dbdra Bllon, and Darr Stations, Darling. Downs, together hwith 7100 sheep, at 17s. -per eiad, stores, horses, bullocks, &c., to be takenl at a valuation.' Also, 20 acres of land at thei Coal Falls, fenced in, at £10 per acre;.isnd to -allotments of land in Mortimer ttxteet, together with a brick building ereted u h;oaonf for £350. . The following produaees lies' ts edede .tlat stores of Moesn. . H. WIlsdn eadr~t o: (Is.a -Wbs wool, HIeover Y; 17 bales wool; liandedmia; _?les wo]l, ]&R; 1 bale wool, TW & Oo.4 i? bales . sins, E&B. o f

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ARRIVAL AND CLOSING OF THE MAILS. MAILS ARRIVE. [Newspaper Article] — Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 12 April 1861

. BRIVAL.AND," CLOSINI OF THE MA!LLS. . Mkna. .A1 MV: :: FRiOM BEirtu *z.--BDat ic pm . FROM DRa zoN, TODWOOUIa, haxa Wezwzox. Banday, s p m .;; alndhrsndq Spa. -

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