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SIB GEORGE BROWN ON THE WAR. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 1 January 1856

SIB GEORGE BBOWN ON THE WAR. At a dinner recently given to Sir George Drown, at Elgin, that officer made the following speech, which possesses at the present moment &u interest of a siKCiitl kind. Referring .to the .coint,lini)ents paid to him by tho Chairman, Sir George said— I have done nothing more than carry out the order and instruments conveyed to ice Jy- a tuuch abler man ; and if I had failed to do so, I uhould have failed in my duty. And more than that, I should have failed in my duty to the most kind and considerate friend I ever had upon earth. (Cheers.) Lord Raglan — (applause) — was always so kind and considerate to everybody, and particularly so to me; he took me so much into his confidence, and treated me in sucli a way, that I would have been something worse than a coward if 1 had not done my best to obey his commands. I think, however, I may do better if I leave number one alone, and believe that through me you wish to pay a compliment to the army at large. ...

Publication Title: North Australian, Ipswich And General Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
THE WAR. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 1 January 1856

THE WAR. {MsbBoumrbs or the Crimea. — Passing over the interesting fact that General Da Lacy, an Irish Catholic, was mainly instrumental i« first capturing -the Crimea, under the Empress Catherine, and the second and no less pleannc^reminiscwicc that Ge neral Pslissier is coiinqoteouy parentage with the ancient city of LimeriwpRierc is scarcely an event of any importance connected with the late aud pre sent campaigns but Irishman have figured conspicu ously In it In the defence of Silistria, Ireland lost the nret of the brothers Butler. At the Alma, where — rf' 1400 killed 750 were nstltci of this kingdom, the Httfffld the van; and whftn the colours of the 4th BHgtint were lost, they were discovered wrapped 9(Sflptie body of a young Iriih ensign. It wa» an lliiiiiTiinn iinhn Loudon, of Carrick-on-Suir, who F-itroulefl the cavalry charge at the battle of Bala ^dava J the son of an Irishjnaui Captain Nolan, who btue the fatal order for die charge; and an Irish (HPiral Lord Lucan, who ...

Publication Title: North Australian, Ipswich And General Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 1 January 1856

Advertising for a Wipe. — Our columns (sq^tio Manclietter Guardian) hfrc recently contained several advertisements for a wife ; and of some of these certain wags in Bochdale have taken advantage to play off some very successful hoaxes on the adver tisers. Ono of these would-be Benedicks, in conse quence of a correspondence with a Miss ' Lavinia,' proceeded the other day to Tweedole's hotel, Boch- dale, in the hop« of meeting the foir ono vrhofalrieo kindly responded to bis pr£S&h^!invijM$^-o~Sive him an interview; but, thougn he displayed the tokens he had agreed upon, no 'Lavinia'tnQtlSs expectant gaze. His disappointment, however, jtvis somewhat lessened by a young; gcutlemMi gjeenng . him by name, and inti-oducingTjimselT is abSSScr' of the young lady, for whose absence he proceeded to apologise. Another gcntlemajaiafttored, who was introduced as a second broker ifli'Jjavinia;' and ho was speedily followed by a flGfrn', a fourth, and so on, till the candidate for matrimon...

Publication Title: North Australian, Ipswich And General Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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[?] POETRY. [?] OF THE BEAUTIFUL. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 1 January 1856

MM5**!»0ETBY. l^feg^fiNOB QF THE BEAUTIFDI Bt Qdallos. Inpresence of the Beautiful. I lose eU power 4o speak; - A glotf -eit4pMond mf hewti - A colour on my cheek i t aee the tweet magnificence Of God, in herb and tree; .And sigh that men should toil in chains, While Nature's laws w* free I i see tiiemuet's burning blush Encrlmson all the West; Andtbink«hat of all things on earth, The Beautiful are best 1 Who looks for beauty? go and search The .fields in summer «vea ; Cod smiles the same on him wbo*doubt*. As him who fears— believes ! . . In all I see around me spread, The Beautiful appears — .. ', ^Phe morning with its glorious glance. The evening with its tejffsl The flowers awaking from their sleep, Dewe flashing on their lips. Lush-jewels which the amorous bee In balmy languour sips 1 The beautiful 1b Nature's gift. For ever at our side ; O'er all this rich and mighty earth. Old ocean heaving vviuc ; The torrent's rash that awes our speech, The storm's majestic sweep; The writh...

Publication Title: North Australian, Ipswich And General Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 1 January 1856

TEEMS. The NonxH Aubtbaliah is published every Tues lay morning, and forwarded to country subscribers by that day's mail. Per quarter, cash ? 6s. 6d. Per quarter, credit, ? 7s. fid. Single .number, sixpence. The Quarters will- termi nate on the 31st March, 30th June, 30th Septem ber, and 31st December, *t which periods only can resignation be 'received. No orders for withdrawal trill be attended to unless given in writing. New subscribers will be charged from the date of com mencing their subscription. Advertisements will be charged at the rate of «. d. Two lines. ? 1 0 Pour „ ? 2 O Six „ ? ,... ? 2 6 Eight,, ? S 0 Every additional inch ? 1 0 The number of insertions must be written «h each advertisement, or they will be continued until coun termanded, and charged accordingly. All Orders and Communications to be sent to the Editob, or to Mean*. & J. -'and A. O.Bats, Pro nriotors, Nowra ? AtmriUiitAB Office, Bast Street, Ipswich. ??????' 'y ' :. ' ;? ' ' ? ~y ..,'.-. Ipswich:...

Publication Title: North Australian, Ipswich And General Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
PUNCH. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 1 January 1856

PUNCH. A Chinese Inundation. — The last advices from Melbourne announce that 14,000 Chinamen have lately walked into the colony with the agreeable an nouncement that 'all the rest arc comine after them. Victoria is said to be in want of population, and the want is now likely to be supplied with what i6 popularly termed ' a vengeance.' Some how or other the Chinamen arc not received with much enthusiasm by the colonists, and it is said that a Jaw is to be passed to exclude the unwelcome strangers, though it is evident that by shutting the door on the Chinese, the authorities would open the door to a great evil. One of the complaints against the Chinamen is, that they take more than their fair share of water, which they probably require for their tea. Victoria must be badly off indeed for rivers if it is apprehended that the thirst of the Chinese will occasion ft drought. We defy the most inveterate of tea-totallers to get through more than his daily gallon of the element; and supposi...

Publication Title: North Australian, Ipswich And General Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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CORRESPONDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 1 January 1856

CORRESPONDENCE [Tltt Editor wishes it to be understood, that ithile every reasonable latitude will be allowed, he does not identify huMelfurith the opinion* repressed in the corretpond enee published in thin Journal. AU letter*, which Appear under this heading art tcriltcn by parties en tirely unconnected with the management of the Paper.'] 7b ihe Ed&or of the Nortii Australian. Sib,— I wish yon to be informed tliat a certain well known and admirably whiskered fop lias heen using his influence in a very shabby manner J think, — to induce several of your subscribers in the Long Pocket to discontinue their suhscripUonK to your paper; on what grounds I know not. You may, therefore, expect a couple of. resignations 4 mm tins quarter shortly, if they ore not already on die way. But never mind the artifices, nor heed the oppo sition of the individual alluded to, whose name I seBd to you in confidence. Go ^on as you have began, in an unflinching, independent manner, and you may rel...

Publication Title: North Australian, Ipswich And General Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
TASMANIA. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 1 January 1856

TASMANIA. We have Launceston and Hobart Town papers to the 12th ultimo. In the Legislative Council, on the 6th ultimo, on the motion of Mr. Grctrson. the iVillnu-Jnu- aAA™a* *A the Queen, condemnatory of the policy and conduct of the Governor, was adopted : — Legislative Council Chamber, -r .x , Hobart Town, Tasmania. May it please ybnr Majesty, ' e' fay$&8&eBty'B mo8t 'oral and dutiful subjects, the mesHVt'f the legislative Council of Tasmfmin, in ConHSHIbssoinblea, desire to approach your Majesty wfth an expression of devoted attach. me:it to your Majesty '« throne and person and to assure yow Majesty of otir continued anxiety to maintain, by every means in Our power, the coh nrctinn which nnites the colony of Tasmania to the ancient and glorious empire under yoijr MaiesrvV dominion. ?- ' But, while we yUld to no other dependency of the British Crown in our loyalty to your Majesty wit affection tor our mother-country, we desire to assure your Majesty, with all humi...

Publication Title: North Australian, Ipswich And General Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
SOME GOSSIP ABOUT ADVERTISEMENTS AND NEWSPAPERS. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 1 January 1856

SOME GOSSIP ABOUT ADVEBTISEMENTS AND NEWSPAPEBS. (From the Quarterly Review.) By universal consent tbe world has accorded tn the late George Bobins the palm in this style of commercial puffing. His advertisements were really artistically written. Like Martin, he had the power of investing every landscape and building he touched with an importance and majesty not attainable by meaner hands. He did perhaps go beyond the yielding line even of poetical licence when he described one portion of a paradise he was about to submit to public competition as adorned, among other charms, with a 'hanging wood,' which the astonished purchaser found out meant nothing more than a hanging gallows. But then he redeemed slight manosuvres of this kind by touches which really displayed a genius for puffing. On one occasion he had made the beauties of an estate bo enchanting, that he found it necessary to blur it by a fault or two, lest it should be too bright and good ' for hnman nature's daily food.' ' ...

Publication Title: North Australian, Ipswich And General Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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COMMERCIAL REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 1 January 1856

COSQiE&GXAL RETOET. The rain during tho middle of the week, and also the holidays, have cftuBedJjujsiness to lie rather jdull; bdtit Is expected that' the. busy season is close, tit hano, and that trade -will now gradually improve. A nor svmount of produce baa arored frpin the Interior, and it is said that a large number of draya iiave been delayed on the road. This delay, how ever, is likely to be only temporary, and we may expect that the receipts of wool next week will make up for all arrears. The Ballarat steamer is likely to be laid up for a week or two in order to undergo a thorough repair. Last week the Bremer, after a temporary detention at Brisbane, for the purpose of effecting some repairs to her machinery, resumed her trips with increased speed, having accomplished the run to Ipswich last time in little more than four hours. There is no alteration in the price of flour. The following produce has been received and forwarded for shipment; viz. : From Messrs. W. Cray...

Publication Title: North Australian, Ipswich And General Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
COLONIAL NEWS. VICTORIA. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 1 January 1856

COLONIAL NEWS. VICTORIA. We have Melbourne papers' to the 11th ultimo. On Monday last, at noon, the ceremony of swear ing in fjir Charles Hotliam as Governor of Victoria under the New Constitution Act. tnnlr i,!,.™ at f-_* vornment House -in tbf^ircsoncc of the .Executive Council, several members of the Legislative and City Councils, and about twenty or thirty citizens The apartment was quite filled. The 'new com mission, and also tho oaths, were read bv Mr. Bus den, the clerk of the Executive Council, 'his Excel lency standing by the vice-regal chair, the Chiel Justice, Sir W. A'Hcckett, being seated at his right hand. His Excellency having complied with the usual formalities and attached his siimature tx, thp various documents, the Chief Secretary, the At torney General, the Commissioner of Trade and Customs, «nd the Commissioner of Public Works took the oath of allegiance to him Ss the repre sentative of her Majesty. The Governor Mien bowed to the gentlemen present, nnd they with...

Publication Title: North Australian, Ipswich And General Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
THE NEW CASTLE OF BALMORAL. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 1 January 1856

THE NEW CASTLE OF BALMORAL. The building is of the Scotch baronial style of architecture, modified in some of its details, no as to combine the more bold and prominent features of tbe ancient stronghold with the more domestic cha racter of modern civilisation. Entering by the main porch, the hall opens to the corridor, which runs along tho centre of the building, from which the grand staircase conducts to tbe royal private apartments on the first floor; the dining-room and drawing-room, with the billiard-room and library, occupy the ground floor, and are spacious and most commodious apartments. The private rooms of the Queen front the west, and look up the valley of the D.ee on the wild pass of Invercauld with its over hanging cliffs, and the Craig-on-Gowan mountains in the distance. The apartments of Prince Albert look to the south, where the lawn stretches out to tbe foot of Craig-en-Gowan, and commands an ex tensive view of the deer forest of Ballochbrine ; while the Prince of Wa...

Publication Title: North Australian, Ipswich And General Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
BRISBANE. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 1 January 1856

BRISBANE. The following is extracted from the Jtf. B. Courier of Saturday last : — BRISBAKE CHBISTMAS EACES. There was a general holiday on Wednesday last, St. Stephen's, or, as it is commonly called, 'Boxing;' Day; the banks and shops being closed, and the residents and sojourncrs of Brisbane making their way to 'the Race-course, at New Farm. Here there was a very large attendance of spectators, more numerous indeed than there was accommodation for in the war of refreshment, there being but one booth on the course. A steamer plied between the race course and the town, and was crowded with pas sengers. Fiebt Hack. The Chuistmas Stakes, of 20sovs., for all untrained horses that have never won an advertised race. Beats, once round and a distance. Weight, 10 stone. Mr. M'Donald's Sir Harry ? (Sullivan) 1 1 „ Collins' Cain ? 3 2 „ Peacock's Jane ? 2 0 „ Bush's Dan ? 0 0 Jane took the lead at starting, and kept it until near the_ straight run, when Sir Harry ran a-hcad, coming in first b...

Publication Title: North Australian, Ipswich And General Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
GOVERNMENT GAZETTE. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 1 January 1856

(J0VEBNKEHT GAZETTE. An Ad, for the appointment of an Additional Jndg« of the Supreme Court, and to provide for tho more effectual administration of Justice in the District of Moreton Bay, until tho establishment of ' a separate Court therein, [Assented to, 30th Jfo veinbw, 1855.1 Whereas by reason of the increase in the jutoial business of the supreme court, and of the ueo(|Pty for providing wore effectually for the administration of justice in the district of Moreton Bay, the present number of judges of the supreme court has become insufficient, and it is expedient therefore to authorize the appointment of an additional judge of the said court; and whereas by the act lately passed 'to confer a constitution im New South Wales and to grant a civil list to Her Majesty,' provision is made for the salary and retiring pension of a fourth judge of the said supreme court for the said district of Moreton Bay, but it is not at present expedient to ntithorize the appointment of a resident ju...

Publication Title: North Australian, Ipswich And General Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
SCOTLAND. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 1 January 1856

SCOTLAND. {From the Some Newt, September 19, 1855.) The underwriters of Glasgow have paid their in surances on the ship Packet of Glasgow, -which sailed from that place for Australia more than ,12 months ago, and has never been heard of since she put into the Cape to rent. On the 12tb inst. the celebrated annual gathering known by the title of the ' Athole Gathering,' came off at Blair Castle with the greatest possible eclat. Tbe weather was highly favourable for the perform* aneo of the games. The Athole guardsmen num bered about 180 stalwart Highlanders, and there could not be fewer than fW&nlfljft.to £009 spectators pressnt. Among them wer^lnlPghneSB Maharajah Uhuleep Singh. . .' :' , - The harvest in Scotland is now pretty for ad vanced. The crop of cereals is not mute so large as tint of lust year, aud a good deal of the Oais, being Becond growth, have to be cnt geen to Bave the first groirtl) ; but the etmnlcnts are fitr above an average crop. The potato disease, which...

Publication Title: North Australian, Ipswich And General Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
NEW ZEALAND. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 1 January 1856

NEW ZEALAIfD. We have Auckland papers to the 28th ultimo. A petition has been got up and forwarded to the returning officer, signed by a considerable number of electors, against the return of Dr. J. I,. Oamnbell as superintendent of the province of Auckland, on the gronud of alleged abuses at the election. Con 8id-*rable excitement lias been exhibited by the native population in reference to the late, murder of the Maori woman Cacra. The Ntw Zealander says, ' In our aeenrint of the murder of the native woman Kaara, by Charles Marsde.n, at Henderson's Mill, we alluded to the anxiety manifested by the Maoris to obtain possession of the prisoner with a view to his imme,.1i«t-s execution. That excitement was calmed down by the explanation given as to the mode of procedure under the Engish law ; and upon the body of the woman lining given up to them, her friends left the town pacified. Since then, how ivcr, two numerous parties have come into Auck land, to endeavour neaiu to ect Marsden ...

Publication Title: North Australian, Ipswich And General Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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IRELAND. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 1 January 1856

IRELAND. (From the ffoim News, September 19, 1855.) A formidable riot broke out on the Slst ult. be tween two of the militia regiments stationed at the camp on the Curragh of Kildarc. They fought with sticks and fists, and some few used their bayonets. The officers were at mess at the time, and but for , the prompt and energetic measures taken by a Lieutenant-Colonel, who dashed boldly amongst the rioters with a large stick in bis hand, belabouring them heavily, the consequences must havo been most serious, as some of the coinbatauts hud just procured their fire-arms, which they would undoubt edly have used on the occasion. In consequence of this unseemly riot, an order has been issued that a change of quarters should take place in tbe encamp ment on the Curragh. The Longford Militia, 1C officers and 400 men, were removed to Limerick. The Westmeath, 20 officers and 400 men, to Cork. The city of Dublin, consisting of 20 officers and 500 men, from Athy to Waterford. The 3rd West York,...

Publication Title: North Australian, Ipswich And General Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE NORTHERN EXPEDITION. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 1 January 1856

'THE NORTHERN ^CTEDrnbtf. iJH^ *Mowine £ tt copjKof the GovernorGeneral's instructions to Dr. Gregory in Ids Northern Ex ploratory Expedition j— ?;-. . ? , ,- Toi. G. Grahamr ' Itfen - ' ' No. JJThe ttorfh AiisttaliftniSxpeoiBbnis fitted and NorUi-Wustfern Australia, .and of .prosecuting Ih. * 2°n ' *S ? ** CoawjcFttW victoria javer, pn.tiie nor&-#esr coast ^T AUstraiia,- bya vessel which will be prepared for the purpose ; you will then disembark the Expedition, and such a ft supply of provisions as will enable you to keep tho field during the period you will probably be oc cupied in completing the first stage of vour explo rations. No. 3. Another smaller vessel will accompany you as a tender, which will receive such stores h'r you may not want to cany witii you on the first expedition, and will be placed at 'your disposal to await j'our return from the interior, at such place us yon deem niOBt desirable. Having completed all necessary arrangements, you will when ready to mo...

Publication Title: North Australian, Ipswich And General Advertiser, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 1 January 1856

^1^K#; c- watxins . ::. ' ? ifelTTIBP«beiIia fastototions from tbe Proprietor' ^D^SfcJ*WBKiEU.T, Tailor, Ipswidi, to -W~ ??? SELL BY PUBLIC AUCTION, On THUHSDAY next, 810 3rd day of January, at H. o'clock. Forenoon, on the Premises, situate in 5?«gT;S2torrtmd Darltkg Steeet, T ; A* HANDSOME COTTAGE, . CoRtainSug34arge Rooms at the front; also, 2 de tached Kitchens at tho rear ; likewise, an excellent Warden. - i v ? ^ Also, H»e whole of his ' tiOUS&tJafr JtnaNECUllE, MEN'S WEARING AiPI»Jp^^3t&CBEN UTEHSIIJS,-C. &c . . : -???' Without Reserve. V. Terms at Sale. ► SHEEP AND STATION. . . Mb'. GILL .^MiMtJP^K &±s received instructions to flBRnffi SELL BY PUBLIC AUCTION, -..:-flHf AT TUB QUEfiN'8 ARMS ' 1^^_ HOTEL, IPSWICH, ON TUES ^JPK^gSS^ DAY, THIS 15th JANUARY, iwpE']*-!|f'i'. At 12 o' Clock prtciult), ?? ^ft'} .;-1050 SHEEP, more or less, ' ^^ ' 250 EWES of Age*, 400 EWES 1 to 2 years. ; 400 WJ4THER8, together with -a very capital HUN, about 9 miles f...

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THE NORTH AUSTRALIAN. IPSWICH, TUESDAY, JANUARY 1, 1856. THE NEW YEAR'S NUMBER. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 1 January 1856

THE NORTH AUSTRALtAH. IPSWICB, TVBBDAr, JANUARY 1, 185G. THE NEW. YEAR'S N0MBEE. We fool pleasure in calling tlie attciitton of our Beodcrs to our first impression in 1856. It is our earnest eudeavour to adapt the North Australian, iu all respects, to the requirements of the times and the importance of tlieir creuU. The quantity of matter which we now publish- — a copious history of every week's occurrence-- fluch ae but few of our provincial weekly competitors 'can exceed, is a matter that th© eye con calculate. We icavd the approciation of the quality to those who bo strikingly eneourage our efforts. We have selected a fitting -type for the enlargement of the paper, capable of giving many words in a small compass, and whioh preseuts a bold, clear, and intelligible &oe; and wf offer our New ysar's Number wjrli a -soa6denco that in this, as in all morejesBential Mspeots, we shall be allowed by the public to hove done our duty. Tlie new broad-sheet, then, being this day launc...

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