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COMMERCIAL REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 29 January 1856

COMMERCIAL REPORT . Business is slightly improved, and product .con*, tinues to arrive here in abundance. '''?u.s. Tho following produce lias been received ank fi-rr warded for shinment. viz. : — From Messrs. dti'iui,,.. and Co.'s stores— 10 bales wool, PKDL; 36 do., G in a diamond; 21 do., CxC; 2 do., HM conjoined in a diamond over E. ; 22 do., 1 bundle skius,; AS ; 23 bales wool, J&WF ; 40 do., Marsh : 20 hides, J. Hanran. From Messrs. W. Gray and Co;'s stores —20 bales wool, AB over MI; 20' do., P&AVL; 30 do., Falgai; 16 do., gxB; 10 do., GLE; 20 do., BGN ; 10 do., C over McK iu a diamond-; 34 do., HxFI. Tho business at Mort and Co.'s produce sale to-day was of a yery limited charaacter. This was partially in consequence of advices just recoived from home, of a further decline in the wool markets. The fleece wools realized from I2id to 16jd. for Moreton Bay fine fleece ; one small lot Bathurst wool, in superior condition, realized Is. Gd. per 1b. Greasv woofs sold...

Publication Title: North Australian, Ipswich And General Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
BRISBANE CIRCUIT COURT. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 29 January 1856

BRISBANE CIRCUIT COURT. (From the Slureton Bay Courier.) . The first Circuit Court, under the late Colonial Legislative enactment, was opened on Monday Itst bv the newly appointed Judge, His Honor' Mr. ilford ; Mr. Moore Dillon twine Crown Solicitor Ao barrister from Sydney attended to defend the cases for trial. Mr. Pring appeared as Crown Pro secutor. There were only six prisoners in gaol, for trial — a seventh being out on hail. The Crown Prosecutor stated that ho feared lie would be unable to go on with all the cases, as there must have been some misunderstanding among the interior benches as to the new arrangement for hold ing this Court, which caused the delay that had oc curred in sending the necessary documents from Sydney. His iHouor said, in reply, that they would proceed with the cases that were prepared for trial. . STEALING TWO CIlRQlfKS. James Hamilton, alia* Joxcph Thorpe, alias Jame.x Williamson, was indicted . for stealing two bank cheques, at the Star Hotel, Ipswic...

Publication Title: North Australian, Ipswich And General Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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GOVERNMENT GAZETTE CROWN LANDS WITHIN THE SETTLED DISTRICTS. (LEASES BY AUCTION, MORETON Bay.) [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 29 January 1856

GOVERNMENT GAZETTE: CROWN LANDS WITHIN THE SETTLE DISTRICTS. ?-??'?/ (Leases uv Auction, Mobbton Bay.)^ ';: ,: His Excellency the Governor-General dirocteit to be notified, for the information of all persons con cerned, that the leasos of the here-under described' portions of land will bo put up fo auction. Jit 1 o'clock of Thursday, the 7th day of February mext. at the Police Office, Ipswich,; - ? . . .,;^Z* 2. Further information respecting the land,;c£n bo obtained from tlje surveyor-general, and resp^tjne die conditions, from the Colonial Treasurer, ^yd'upy, and from the Government Resident or Commissioner of the District, , . ^T ''?'/? S. The upset price of each lot is 10s. per $oct?onlf-f 840 acres, for the year commencing 1st January, 1856.' ?' . ' ? . j ^j 4. The fiill price bid for each lot must.be iaid down at. the time pf sale, in fa'dure of which, pr if not bid for, the Jands will become open io selection without competition, or liable to be taken by brc omptiori by pers...

Publication Title: North Australian, Ipswich And General Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
THE FLEET IN THE DNIEPER. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 29 January 1856

THE FLEET IN THE DNIEPER. Despatches from St. Petersburg, dated Friday, announce that two line-of-batue-ships, sixteen frigates, and some gun-boats, have entered the Dnieper. The whole of the militia has been ordered to march to reinforce the army of the south under General Luders. The Battle op Ears. — Tho Invalids Russe of the 11th instant, contains General MouraviefTs account of the engagement at Kara. The General, in his report, dated September 30th, states, that having been informed that tho Turkish troops having re ceived reinforcements in the neighbourhood of Ba toum, and that the enemy proposed effecting a movement simultaneously, advancing from Erze roum on Kara, he resolved to attack the latter for tress on the' 29th. Three columns were told off for the purpose; and there were also formed interme mediate by-columns under Lieutenant-general Prince Gagarine, and also a general reserve. Lastly, a special detachment was to act according to special arrangements. The columns adv...

Publication Title: North Australian, Ipswich And General Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
GORTSCHAKOFF'S REFUSAL TO EVACUATE THE CRIMEA. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 29 January 1856

GORTSCHAKOFFS REFUSAL TO EVACUATE THE CRIMEA. The following is given on the authority of a Berlin despatch in the Advertiser : — . ... ' Berlin, Friday. ' An order of the day from Prince Gortschakoff, dated October IS, declares that he will not evacuate the country confided to his defence, neither will he retreat before the invanders, but will defend tho Crimea at all hazards. The Cbimeak Wab.— The latest despatches men tion that is expected that Prince Prince Gortscha koff will risk a battle witb the Allies.

Publication Title: North Australian, Ipswich And General Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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VICTORIA. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 29 January 1856

VICTORIA. 'We received yesterday Melbourne papers to Hie 16th'January. The Legislative Council met again on the 8th, but the ministerial ekrilanation row AofrmA until the Hth, the Council .not entering that day on busi ness in deference to the recent death 'of Kir Charles Hothatn. , When the ^explanations were made, Mr. Raines, tho Chief Secretary:, explaineiithat; he was now again in^offico, 5tr. Njichplson haying repeated to Acting Governor Macarthur thq assurWees he gave the dying Sir: Dhwks H^lmm,}thMjiol)(id not succeeded in forntjpg a miniBhy. n Mr. Jfofof.f BB_ nounced, therefore, that his ministry would proceed with- the moasurcB necessary to bring the1 NeW Con stitution into, operation as rapidly as possible, but would confine themselves merely to that? As to the vote on the ballot, they should proceed as if the vote had never ; been passed. Mr. 'Nicholson then ex plained his position, from which it appeared that his break-down occurred, hot because he could not ?find men c...

Publication Title: North Australian, Ipswich And General Advertiser, The
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COLONIAL NEWS. SOUTH AUSTRALIA. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 29 January 1856

COLONIAL NEWS. SOUTH AUSTRALIA. We are in receipt of Adelaide papers to the 27th instant. The New Parliament Bill had passed through com mittee, and the third reading was fixed for the 27th ultimo. The Adelaide Times regards it as settled, and supplies the following epitome of its provisions. As a specimen of legal or legislative draughtsman ship, it is excellent. There is no ambiguity about it. It is drawn up in the fewest and simplest words, and is self-explanatory throughout. There are no long-winded and round-about repetitions, or absurd technicalities, to obscure its meaning. Any man that reads it with ordinary attention may under stand it. As regards the general cast of the bill, and its special provisions, there may be a difference of opinion. But it would now be as useless to point out these, as it would be to enlarge upon them. The bill is about to become the law of the land, and when it does so, it will be the duty of every loyal subject to render his utmost aid towards gi...

Publication Title: North Australian, Ipswich And General Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 29 January 1856

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVALS. January 22.— Raven, schooner, 116 tons, Brown, from Sydney. January 24. — James Fernie, ship, 1000 ions. Captain Benjamin Daley. from Plymouth, with 440   immigrants. January 26.— Boomerang, steamer, Capt. O'Reilly, from Sydney, the 22nd instant. DEPARTURES. January 28. — Shamrock, steamer, 250 tons, Wilson, for Sydney. Passengers— Rev. Dr. Lang, M.L.C., Mr. D.F . Roberts, Mr. S. Kennedy, Mr. E. Smith, and 19 in the steerage. January 25. — Vanquish, schooner, 90 tons, Scott,' for Sydney. IMPORTS. Shamrock: 82 packages. O. Raff and Co.; 3 do., $S*ln; 2do-,W. Kent; 1 do., Harm ; ! do., W. A. Brown; 70 do., Panton and Co.; 10 do., It. R. Mackenzie; 81 do., Collins; 10 do., Toppin; 1 do., R, J. Smith; 1 do., Government-Resident; 1 do., Fleming; 1 do., Stephen ; 44 do., Pettigrcw ; 1 do., Isaac;! do., T. S. Warry; 148 do-, Buckley; 2 do7»»rtley; 7do, R. 6. Warrji 28 do. Rev. J. Carter; £ Jo., Kingrford ; 1 do., M'Clouky ; 20 do., . Kottand Ed...

Publication Title: North Australian, Ipswich And General Advertiser, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 29 January 1856

GREAT SEDUCTION IN THE PRICE 01 TIMBER. ? ffTSHEundewigned begs to intimate that he is now Jl S$ljjng BA-VfJH PINE at the following reduce* **Pl^STMNa ana BATTENSdelivered in th. town . . ? . ' . .' 28s. per 100 feet BOARDS ofevery description 24s. „ „ FINE SHINGLES, 25b, pet 1000 at the Wharf ? 'JOHN PETTIGREW. fcoi^ieo^. BRICKS. BRICKS. THE undersigned gives notice that he is prepared to contract with any competent Brickmaker   for 250,000 BRICKS,   of the full size, and best quality, to be delivered at an early date. Tenders will be received and decided upon if sent in on or before the 9th day of February next. The bricks are to.be made so as to stand either wind or water without damage, and to be manufac tured in the neighbourhood of Ipswich. GEORGE THORN. East Street, Ipswich, 21st Jan. 1856.   NEW, BOARDING HOUSE,, NICHOLAS STREET, (FOBMEKLY THE ALBION HOTEL.) JOHN. BINSTEAD BEGS toin&rm his Fiends and the Public gene nerally, tha...

Publication Title: North Australian, Ipswich And General Advertiser, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 5 February 1856

; The Nobth aAuBTaAJH^Njs puhlishea every Tues-, day morning* aoid^forvmatd to country subscribers by that day s inaiL - -.cm-. ;.-i ... Per quai-tor, in advance .... 6n. 6d. Per quarter, Credit' -...,..,-? 7s. 6d. Single number, sixpence. The Quarters will termi nate on the 31st March, 30th June, 30th Septem ber, and 31st December, st-which periods -only can resignation be received. No orders for withdrawal will be attended to iinless civen^in writing. New subscribers Will Iw 'ichnrged froni ? the date of com mencing their sub'scttntiori. .. - ?-.-,,-.. Advertisements will be charged at the rate of ?.'.' ? ? ' = ? '..- ?'?: ?'.' ? - -?'?? ; ' -8. &- '?'?? Twolines'., ...:.?...',.....*...? 1 0 ? Four '„ V..; ...... ....v... .i' '2 0 fiix v.: ................... 2 6 Bight1,., .,..;..:'..V. .,...?... « O Every additional inch .v.i.... 1 0 ? ? ' The number pt insertions must be written on cacti Advertisement, or.they uUlbc contliiiioaiirftil couh A11 Orders and CommunlcattonB t...

Publication Title: North Australian, Ipswich And General Advertiser, The
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PUNCH. WHY DON'T NEWSPAPERS GO BY POST? [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 5 February 1856

PUNCH. WHY DON'T NEWSPAPERS GO BY TOST » The above inquiry, which is now made on all sides, may perhaps be answered by the following copy of the last instructions furnished on the subject. Instruction 'No. 185,990, cancelling Nos. 11, 1,002, 3,097. 4,608, *,751, and 15,555. ?IKSTBUCTIONS TO F08TMASTEBS. It being desyipus to check a ribald pressiBby - placing eswery possible pbstaele in the way of trans mitting journals, you are hereby ordered to take that notice, as the basis pf your dealings with all posted hewsptpers. In answer -4 any inquiry by the public as to the proper mode o\ forwarding any journal, be perfectly civil, and give the most elaborate instructions, al ways, however, conveying the impression that it would be wiser not to attempt sending the paper at all. In the event of a journal being sent in a way which palpably violates the new rules, do not al ways detain it.' Its exemption under such circum stancs will pMuce imitation and then a large crop of disputes and comp...

Publication Title: North Australian, Ipswich And General Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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MISCELLANEOUS. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 5 February 1856

B^CEI^NEOtJ^' Parliament was prorogued on' Tuesday, 23rd Oc tober, until Tuesday, the; Uth Dooembbr. The usual -words conveying the significant ? intimation that it would then meet for the despatch of business were not contained in the Commission. ~ The cere mony, which was simply one of form, did not last many minutes, and beyond tbe few personages im mediately engaged in it there were only a few persons present. ' . ? A French officer of my acquaintance, Jast arrived from Sebastopol, tells me that the antipathy of the Russians to the English, which you are aware has always been much greater than that they entertain for the French, now exceeds all boundB after the capture of Sebastopol ; he sayri that French officers were able to walk about the town without danger of attack from the Russians on the northern side; but that the moment the hitter exposed tho English uniform, they fired a cannon at the wearer. In this way, he assures me, several of our officers have been seriously woun...

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THE SCRAP-BOOK COLUMN. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 5 February 1856

THE SCRAP-BOOK COLUMN. A Jitdge op the '? Good Old Times.' — Many years ago, a gentleman who rejoiced in a very sin gular exterior, presented himself at the bar of a judge, remarkable for extreme eccentricity in his latter years. This individual at once attracted the notice of his lordship, who, instead of attending to the debate which was proceeding before him, whis pered to the clerk, ' Wha is that queer looking creature, Kcnnack?' 'That is the defender in this case, my lord.' ' Is that the defender ? Then I'll decern against him, and sec how he looks.' During a long debate his lordship was seen to loll in liis chair in a listless and abstracted mood, without paying any attention to the discussion going on before him. Suddenly he awoke from his reverie, abruptly asked the counsel, 'Didn't you say your client was a lady?' 'Ves, my lord,' paid the astonished advocate. ' Ycra well, decern in favour of the leddy.' On another occasion, the same judge, after hearing counsel for the purs...

Publication Title: North Australian, Ipswich And General Advertiser, The
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ALLEGED CRUELTY OF JEWISH BUTCHERS. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 5 February 1856

ALLEGED CRUELTY OF JEWISH BUTCHERS. A momentous question was, on Tuesday, sub mitted for the, decision of the lord mayor's court— tlie comparative humanity of Jewish and Christian butchers. Tlie Societv for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals, under a profound conviction that the former are in the habit of inflicting unnecessary cruelty upon the bullocks they slaughter, have coi c/ived the brilliant idea of converting them to the gentler processes of the latter, by exacting fiom them the penalties of the act of parliament passed in 1849. As it is well known that tlie Jews hold themselves- bound by the dictates of their umpired law-giver to kill the food they eat in the -nanner they do, the case of the society must be clea: indeed to warrant Btieh interference with their conscien tious convictions. It ib the fourth timf that the matter lias been brought before the court The defendants were Youkoff Cohen -nd Thomas Reynolds. The summons against CVhen was for ' unlawfully and cruelly ...

Publication Title: North Australian, Ipswich And General Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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LATEST NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 5 February 1856

LATEST NEWS. By the arrival of the Shamrock yesterday morning we have been put in possession, of Sydney journals to the 30th -ulto. The tOieaa Chief,' with' the English mail of the 5th bf November, had arrived at Melbourne ; the Sydney letters and papers had been forwarded by the Wmga Wont/a. The subjoined sum mary of news from the seat of war, and other pirts of the world, will be read with interest : — Monday, November 5th. The news received to-dav from Paris and the Crimea confirms the news above expressed, that the campaign in the Crimea is over for the season, and ;hat the troops will at once go into winter quarters, rhe Russians are securely fortified, and attempts to bring about a pitched battle had failed. The Allies lad also been unable to perceive any reasonable ?rospect of success in making a gcnpral attack. It b understood from well-informed and semi-official quarters, that the Allied Generals have given up the intention of making any such attempt. The 40,000 troops whic...

Publication Title: North Australian, Ipswich And General Advertiser, The
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GENERAL NEWS. LORD E. VANE AND THE WINDSOR THEATRE. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 5 February 1856

GENERAL NEWS. LORD K. VANE AND THE WINDSOR THEATRE. It will hs recollected by our readers -that Lord Ernest Vane Tempest of the life-guards, whose name had previously been before the public on more than one occasion, was charged/before the Windsor ma gistrates for forcing his way into the dressing-room of (he theatre of that town* in which several young women were shifting their clothes, putting out the lights therein, and thrashing the manager when he remonstrated with the noble soldier on his conduct. The public anxiously looked out to see what notice the Horse-guards would take of such conduct, especially after the recent disgraceful occurrences at Malta. The last Gaictte informs them Lord Ernest Vane Tempest is to have the honour of going on active service, by exclianging from the lifc guardjrife the 4th light dragoons. AltHmigh this scion of one of our noblest houses is not yet twenty years of age, His antecedents would supply valuable materials as a character for some of our n...

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COLONIAL NEWS. VICTORIA. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 5 February 1856

COLONIAL NEWS. VICTORIA. By tho Wongo Wonga, we have Melbourne papers to the 14th instant. In the Legislative Council, on Friday, Mr. Cainp hall lirnun-ht forward a motion DroDOBiiip that errantu of laud in the colony should be made to ftri.'isb soldiers sufferers in the European war. Tlic previous question was moved by Mr. Grant, and carried. - In regard to the estimates, the following important motion was, after some discussion, carried. ~ 1. That a select committee be appointed to take into consideration the estimates for 185G, with a view of equalising r salaries and economising expendi 'tare%K) BSe' pUrpttse of Government; ;2YThat sufch committee consist of tlie Chief Secre faif^errts-Trcdfiiiefi'ktr. Nicholson, Mr. Mflteri Mti Strachah, Mr. Pyke, Mr. Snodgrass, Mr. O'Shanassy, ?Mr. McCuilocli, and the mover. ' ? ' ; The 'Second Annual Report of the Registrar General shows that during the year ended the 30th pf June, 1855, there were registered throughout the colony 10,210 birt...

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INCIDENTS OF THE WAR. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 5 February 1856

'jEfOflpi^s m i:m m r', .ptfiukiiawofraE EceprAKfl ^ikoe the tat,l of BBBkJnr6poi..---!rhe proceedings of the Bussiant are |tiseHrt»We. Thfiy are aneuroaiy very bu«y in re mmMi Ity mcehs or«Ji«tary-«gg*ns4iii!i «i* barta. large quaatiaesflrprbvislpns And stores from jfce largeitoagAtihe by the waters^ edge, which ia wmy *J»p-sUe |o JV*t Kithblam and conveying ttemayfirtiie ridge to^;ara-tho 38elbok, but then, «£ If to detnonstrate tlmt these movement* are by Wtteaalinoloiitlve ofaninteutlpn to leave, they Wtfoflningaproaigioni depot to the ttortli-eaot of SebBJtopol, in the direction of the Bejbek also, and not Air from * strong earthwork deserving the name of a redoubt or fort. The piles of sacks and bags, stacked np in a pyramidica! form, are plainly dis cernibje with the -naked eye, but it Is not ascer tained that the carts which are removing the stores from the uorth side unload at this new du^Ot. On tho contrary, it seems as if the carts from the in terior came down from Simphc...

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SOUTH AUSTRALIA. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 5 February 1856

SOUTH AUSTBA'LlA, . We are in receipt of Adelaide papers to the 12th. instant. . . . ? ? '. The Jlt.gitUr states that the moil contracts for 1856 amonnt to asrnn less by more than £1000 than Minumn reminded for similar services Jaat' rear. '.-.'.' # Mr. Nash, the colonial surveyor, had embarked n- England, on leave of aV.Heiice. . . ; . 'j A new iron rteamer, of 20 horse power, was to run bctw^en-Bapid Bay and Port Adelaide! The 4erelop went which would thus be given to the agi-icuHural (rado of the Soutiieru districts would lie very con - fiiderable. . . .? ? ? - ? . . The foundfttipn-stotic of a nev Wesleyan cbapej was about to bt; laid by bis Esctlleucy the Governor; in North Adelaide. '?./.'

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SPIRIT OF THE PRESS. PLAIT OF THE WINTER CAMPAIGN. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 5 February 1856

BfmVS OF OTMBSS; PLA.N OF THE WINTER CAMPAIGN. {From the Timer, October 26.) When the first news of the fall of fgebastopol readied this country, we hazarded an opinion- that U would, uot be possible for. the Russian army long to retain Its position on the north side of the fortress. Whether considered in a political or strategical point of view, the attempt to render ouch a position permanent, always appeared to us full of tbts utmost danger to the Euisian army— a danger utterly un redeemed by any corresponding advantages. So long as Sebastopol remained ubtaken, it wag no ^oubt the duty of the General and the Government to protract that defence, at whatever cost and what ever risk, to the lateBt possible moment. The Rus Bian army and its lenders niBSt alike have felt tlint by their dogged and determined resistance, iu which the resources of science were called to aid all that valour and endurance could do, they were shedding a lustre over the arms of their country, and .con cealing...

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