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DRAYTON. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 11 November 1856

DRAYTO^S. [rnOH OCR COKBKSrONOEXT.] For the last week we have had a ctiiflnu.ince ot liaavv rain, accompanied by storms of hail, which,' KiRevc, has CausLnl most of the .creeks to bs swollen as also in many liliices impassable. Wrietlmr anx! iamagu.hag been doue to the neighbouring gnrdenV anil vinui-itnls by the hailstorms, I tun nt proson* nnacquKinti'd ; yet, I should imneine, from tin seventy of ttie weather on Wednesday last, that r targe amount of property has been destroyed,, to tin losp of agrioultnrista and scfnatttTs— tlio lattor, 1: ?sar» beipgjthoigreatqst sufferers. = -In tho vieiiiify W -Gliftoii, as also Emu Greek.' tho storm n#as. very iMo|lent, many trees being tnra up by tlieir roots, an'i Wifls killed by the stones ; in fact, one or two trn pellcrs we're cdiupell.-d to dismount and load theii fetuses, tlie Bnot JUthimlS KBin*g;*»iidfrMly' afraid t- neounter the gale jBJid.i»in. .,,.,,/.,,, ,. it in .a great pity tlibt pnnpiiLIioinswrvnir.triiBinat ?jjfljinrd a»bd ...

Publication Title: North Australian, Ipswich And General Advertiser, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 11 November 1856

GENERAL PBODUGB STORES, '-- NawTm 8TBBBT, siun Cwccuv Want*. '? STONE?. To Merchants, Importers. Settlors, Storekeepers, Squatters, Shippers, Agents, and Others. Msesns. JACKSON & Co., PRODUCE, Grain, Flour, and General Commis sion Agents, tog leave respectfully to announce that ttteytttv^takfen tfcb»o Wfftwry spacious w«' conveniently situated . MiiSE-PitOOF NSW IKON STORES, erected in New Pitt Struct, near the Circular Wharf; Lithwrto oocuptodi)y Messrs. W. Dean Bud Co., Auctioneers. '?'?!-. ? ? ??^- \ 1 These Srofifcs wo e«mmodions- and --ccupy a most desirable position In the greatcentre of the shipping and mercantilejnterest;. and beiiig roomy, dry, and secure, are well adapted for- the storage and safe custody of goodB^-for which ^urposu one of them will be anuwprieted at, ft-fnoderate. rate of rent c)iftrgei_and such*g-M-d8 an aWsfinteiid^d for imme diate sale -may be ttored one toiontk rent free. The necessary arr&n^cmentft being completed, they art: jpwpared...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 11 November 1856

jjjjj^HL Tap Steamed BEE A»ALBA1JE; ^ffl^v Captain Murphy, willJiow.rufciisBgu^ ,ffl«m7*g_ ; Jarl v from Ipswich to Brisbano.eWry ^££K3MHi'«lteruate flay, until further notice. For freight or passage, applv to * _ _ . . '... : PA1ST0N &«°- ?-:? FOE SALE, Y ^mmMT 8000 - MAIDEN JKWKS. delivcr CT^^HmSjP* tible after tlio first of January fvfpSwf ?: . A,'' ^ 1{AMSi bred by Mr. - ' -' ****&*#IQ* stacker, superior; 120 RA1&S, young. l-rcdifrom MrJ Bracker's Earns, and ttie'Fclfcm Ewes. ?'.' ? ?? ? Deliverable After 1st January next. To intending purchasers * future advertisement will appear as to when U»ey will be shorn. For particulars, applv to ' ? S. J. WHITCHURCH, Fclton, ' Darling Downs. . FOtl SALE. QQZ MIXED SHEEPi* consisting of the follow kJKJ*) ing ages andsexes-. Etfe6.from2 toSyears.... COO Wethers, 2 years. ......... 129 Hoggets ..' ? 156 ?; '?? ???*'?? .? ? ' ? '885 now running at Messrs. Hood and Douglas's station, Talgai, Darling Downs; delivery to ...

Publication Title: North Australian, Ipswich And General Advertiser, The
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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 11 November 1856

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE/ ARRIVALS. November C. — Palermo, 130 : tons, , Gold, from Sydney 25Hi October. Passengers — Mr. 'Oreen'wood, Master Greenwood, and 2 in the *tc«ragc. . November 8. — Boomerang, steamer, 400 tons, H. O'Reilly, from Sydney on the 4th, and Newcastle sn the Cth. Pasgengers— Mr. Riid Mrs. li. White »nd child, Mrs. Panton. three children and servant, Miss Cameron, Mr. \V. Handcock, Mr. G. G. Davenport, Mr. J. Lipnian, and 2 in the etccrago. DEi'ARTCRE.; ; / ; Novembers.— Shamrock, Btoainer,250tons,Warncr. for Sydnnv. PasscngerR — Mr. and Miss Hca]V'Mr, li. U. Marfarlanc, Bliss Ueal, Jlr. and Mrs. WiJsoo, and 85 in the Btuerngtv ... '.'-'??'? ISIPORTS. ?: Shamrock: 81 packagaS, JJuokley; ^d6., Bartley; ^2 tags sng/ir, 2 bogshends ritni, 17 ^mckages, lliak Dian ; 2 hogshfends riim, 1 do. brandy, il. Byrne; 4 packages, Ghiidleigh ; 2 do., Cameron ; 1 do., Drys dale; l^lo., SuuCfrn: SL pieces iron, Faviell; 6 bags inaiiie, 6 j^1%^ ' P&. l?etn'is-cr ; - roll leat...

Publication Title: North Australian, Ipswich And General Advertiser, The
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THE NORTH AUSTRALIAN. IPSWICH, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 11, 1856. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 11 November 1856

THE NORTH AUSTRALIAN. TrSWICH, TUESDAY, XOTEMBER U. ISM. Shortly after the departure of the Bishop of Newcastle last week, the -feet became generally known that his Lordsuip had come to the determination of removing the Rev. Joiis Mosklf.y, the present incumbent,, from liw benefice. The announcement seems to hare taken not only the parishioners of the Episco palian Church, but the inhabitants ' 'general Jy, by surprise, and that surprise deepened iuto iomcthing akin to a feeling of indignation H-Jien tliey learned that ecatcely half a doztu individuals had been' consulted abont tlie matter. No one appears to have had any idea that the reverend gentleman himself contem plated leaving the incumbency, as he had not even dropped a hint on the eiibject previous to the arrival of his spiritual superior. Ou the contrary, bis parisluoueis generally arc so well satisfied with the mauuer in which Ue has heretofore performed his clerical duties ; they are bo well pleased with the good sense, g...

Publication Title: North Australian, Ipswich And General Advertiser, The
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MISCELLANEA. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 18 November 1856

MISCELLANEA. Tbe Sheep Stock of Great Britain.— Tho sheep of die British Isles are believed to number about 86,000,000. Englandalone possesses about 27,000,000; Scotland, according to the agricultural, statistic of 1864,' has 4,787,285, and Ireland, in 1853, bad 3,142,056. Calculating the 35,000,000 as worth 30s. a bead, the sheep stock Britain is worth £52,000,000 sterling. The well-being of these flocks is a point of national as .well as of agricultural importance, for they mot only materially enhance the fertility of the soU, and afford a good return to the farmer, but also largely contribute to the feeding and clothing of the population. About 10,000,000 of sheep, weighing on an average 80lbs. each, are annually slaughtered for food. This furnishes 600,000,000 lbs. of mutton, or on an average rather more than half-a-pound for each individual in the three kingdoms. The mutton at 6d. per lb. is worth £20,000,000 sterling. Pro fessor Low estimates that, allowing for the deficient w...

Publication Title: North Australian, Ipswich And General Advertiser, The
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WESTERN CIRCUIT. Exeter, Wednesday, July 23. BREACH OF PROMISE OF MARRIAGE. (Before Mr. Baron Martin and a Special Jury.) COORER v. TEADER. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 18 November 1856

WESTERN CIBOUIT. , Esoter, Wednesday, July 23. BREACH or PBOMISE OF HABBUGE. [Before Mr. Baron Martin and a Special Jury.) CoorEB t-. Tbadbb. Mr. Collier and Mr. Coleridge were counsel for the plaintiff, ?and Mr. Sergeant Kiiijjlake and Sir. Kar« lake for the defandknt. . . This »vb» an action brought to recover damages' far a breach nf promise of marriage. The defendant paid £60 into court. v ' ' ; The phinitiff w*s the daughter of a tradesman at Plymouth, mid' the defelidunt wnB Hie master of a trading viwaul. Stjvenil lettcrd wiro piit in on behalf of the plaintiff, nottjiily to pnWo tlie promise, which ; was virtually «dinittaa,'!but'|jo sb'ow the terms Upon which the parties corresponded. . We give Bonke of; tliemibr the amnsementoTperabjjir who Wre fond of this «pecJeB of literature. ^' »?-*?' * ;j .-,i. ;;.?;.:..? ,.' ? 'riWay^pra'ln|f;;.gi»Wiii;;: ' ITy dearest Story,— AsHcy is on board ; no jtreat f or hun, poor fellow, for tho shipJB in a Vrrfd state. I recei voa this MbTO...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 18 November 1856

: .; ., ,; THE JfrORTJI A^RAMAN ? is published eyer£,3?aesday ;morjiibg£ inclforroirded to country, subscribers by that;day'frmaiL.,r,;t :,!;'?'!. i Vfcor^nkvW|1n.Bavi3l-MT : :f£ ', '; ^BTisI^/ . -sf: ?-_iiS^quart*9vjei5e^tj.L.'V-.'?.i...i:«j.7(i:.^53;:. 'h- Sittgleiiumbcr, gixpoiioo, ? qsh^ftiiftters v^l^tetmi jiyite, ^h^he^istj^^^Oth. Juu^, ^Ojj« Septem ^^Mo^l^^v^^o-iraer^fo^drtrawS ?Br)ti *e atlenaed to unless -givOulhTvritiilg. ?''? New BubBcr|l)-Jr« , will , bo cliirijedirolin tbe -date Jof coni tte^qii^fe Wieir j^nbscrijptjpfl.: *C.,$ ']? .1: ?! ?' i - ; ii^cVtiflejnei»ts ',y f^ls I J&ai^L at J|ib m» of \**'. TPwolmes^/;^i^^;;^%'*'o' ' . ; ^ AU;pider^i&na^3oaiB^icatina8 to-be*ciit to the SpitpE; .or to Messrs. 'Js,. -j. Hiid -, A. iO. Bays, sole i^finV-Uf-nre !-Jnii-rU J4ltl!'m7i*.T.ii: nffipi: jRiiat fitrp.kt. IfiBwibli.' '? '^: ;..?'.?'??.?'??;? ^ ;.':'s5-?t-':':. .? .' ^^.aiBAvm^sMiB'iDAbSi^bdAvKs^iuww^. ; ? ' fri^ito';Printcd anft ipnbllshcd^^nfeiJ 3mm fjB*...

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VARIETIES. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 18 November 1856

VARIETIES. Why is a horse half-way through a gateway like a penny ? Because it is head on the one side and tail on the other. . . . ? What is the difference between a. young girl and an old hat ? Merely a difference of time— one has feeling and the other has felt. ' A Yankee doctor has recently, cot up a remedy for hard times. It consists of ten hours hard labour well worked in. It is beautiful to behold at a -wedding the sorrow stricken air of a parent as he *' gives the bride away,' when you know .that for the last ten years lie has been trying, bis best to get her offiiis hands. An old lady; entirely put of hearing of the preacher's voice, at a camp meeting, being found sober, was asked why she wept, since she could not hear the words pf the minister. « O,' said she, ' I can see the foly.um pf ;i|t« hegfl.' , WbRSBBTrit.-^fi I am absolutely afraid,', said the DukooT Buckingham to Sir Robert Viner, ''that I shall die a beggar,'' « At tbe rate yongo'oii/'i'eplied Sir Bobert, ^farn,...

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THE NORTH AUSTRALIAN. IPSWICH, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 18, 1856. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 18 November 1856

THE ffO&TH AUSfEALL4H, /KSnYCi; TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 18, 185C. yarding thej,roposed Separation of this S there is reason to belWo tk.* ^tilL #M [?] [?] by oo^ded reports and unteSleTrg2nte to delay Separation for an indefinite Sod! [?] [?] ?I sieseH. fsaam wamm Bay^ony^., Now. ^^B^^^^MosBton ' aas^«««li«ysss :r^ ???? ^^ '** ffii«-'ir^n cub rcmiiftiif BjinLah j-f ^-.'' ' ^?'- ~^- ? — [?] having bad* the valuable assistance of Mr. E. Deab Thomson, who furnished hhn with a memorandum respecting it, 'her Majesty's Government will have do groat difficulty in fixing ona line, which will run not far to the south of the 30th degree south latitude, but will be accommodated to suit the natural feature* of the country.' He seems to have been fully apprised of the intrigues of the Sydney pepprc in endeavouring to obtain their own boundary ; and we may reasonably hope that the final decision regarding it will, there fore, be a just and proper oue, whether the GoysRiTOB-GBNEBAt and the Parli...

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REVIEW. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 18 November 1856

REVIEW. Rtvdationt of Prison Lift. With an inquiry into Priion Discipline and Secondary Punukmmt. By G. L. Chesterton, twenty-five years Governor of the ? House of Correction at Cold Bath Fields. — 2 vols. — Hurst and Blockett, London. The records of prison life, as written by Mr. Chesterton, incontestibly prove that honesty is the best policy. The rogue's chance of happiness is as one opposed to many millions. Society is leagued the criminal, and tbe chances of his detection are, consequently, proportionately multiplied. It is, therefore, politic to be honest. Roguery is a bad business, even when viewed in the light of modern utilitarianism. Like many more unfortunate specula tions, it does not pay, lUNTougbt, therefore, to be abandoned. We speak not now of any motive higher than that of a sound policy. The latter dictates the abandonment of crime, even in those eases where higher motives would be altogether inoperative. Mr. Chesterton's volnmes abound in tales, brief sketches of c...

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LATEST INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 18 November 1856

LATEST INTELLIGENCE. *The Shamrock, steamer, arrived on Saturday morning, and brings dates from Sydney to the 12th instant. The royal mail ship JVIutc Star from Liverpool with news from Bugland to the 20th of August, had arrived at Mel bourne on the fith instant. The intelligence received by her ts neither ^important, nor particularly interesting, attd*we luvvte only got space for the following summary : ; (From ifu Home Neu-t, August id.) No inconsiderable anxiety has rison during the last ortnight from loose sUteuipnts to the offect that Russia bad exhibited a disposition to violate, or depart from, some of tho confhtioug of the freuty of Paris, by taking possesgbn fif tlie Isle of Serpents, a barren rock with a lighthouse on it, about 20 milos listant at nea frpm the Sulinamoutlis of tJi6 Danube ; and by thron-uig a. garrison into -Kars, instead of surrendering up. posSessiqu of it to the Turks. In consequent of those :8tateuiEuts, ardors «erc im mecJiiiUiJy, and very propprlyv i...

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SELECT POETRY. THE UNCROWNED SOVEREIGNTY OF MAX. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 18 November 1856

SELECT POETRY. THE UNCROWNED SOVEREIGNTY OF MAN. BT S. n. BBADBUBT (QUAlAON). The uncrowned sovereignty of man, Who daily earns his bread On whom earth's idlers coldly frown, And fierce as lions tread — Is be to whom I am allied, Whose wrongs I'll over sing : , A brawny toiler at the forge, At heart a real king. Oh ! there is not in all the world Snch glory to be found, As circles him whose hopeful heart ' With labour's love is bound : Oh ! where would be the sterling gold, That's worn by drowsy drones ; And where would be the monarch's wealth, The pomp' of transient thrones ? If labour ceased to use its skill, Its luBtrous deeds and ways, Like summer's beauties when the. sun All-golden, roofs the days4 . For there are melodies that start . From labour's mighty chords, .. . ,? . As ever thrilled the human heart, ,., h Fired with a blaze of words. The toilers shed their bitter tears, ' For friends and kindred gone ; , ? » Yet, grand as thunder in the storm, Sublimely struggle on ; Th...

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SUPREME COURT, SYDNEY. THURSDAY, 6TH NOVEMBER.—SITTINGS IN BANCO. Before the Chief Justice, Mr. Justice Dickenson, and Mr. Justice Milford. DAVENEY V. M'DONALD. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 18 November 1856

SDPRT?MEJ COUR^T, SVPNBy, TnonsDAv, Gth Novekbkb -^-Srimiibis is Bitscti. Befdre fliej Chief Justice; Str. Justice Oickenson, ? ?'?? and Mr.. Justice Milford. '?-'??' %Vr)mihr. Sydney Morning ITeraW' ' ' . , -. '. . DAYSHBS V. SfnONALP .., ., This »ps a motion for nmv trial bf *n action npoh a .promissory note tried At' nfisbaiie,1 vhoMnithc dufiiiidndt Jiftd Dhtaintd avcrdict. ? ? h . , W, Wnf -BUpporteA tho nintion. and -*c Afctor nay^Gcneriil supppitcd tijo veraict.' ' ,i , Thu noto sued iinoi, had beoh-«ivon fora nnrel-aJit- -?rjaiid,ana the substantial -issne ^iat mid priitt was wlictlicr tluae had nut been fnma orniisiepMseiito Opo as to tills |wiajtotton,— whether ^Jid plnintiff had not wilfully pointed out land an his own which 4W, not wwlly *elpng ito . him. ; SPherc wore so*«ral Kr-?jj»ds takjss in;t!iemo«ee of jnoliftn, but tiio case turned wholly upon the question as to whether 6r apt this verdict was Against evidence or tiio weiffht pT. oyitleace.. .;Tlie plniutiff nad....

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THE ROMANCE OF THE PRISON. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 18 November 1856

THE BOMANCE OF THE PRISON. A considerable . sensation had been excited in several noble families by the discovery that a favourite nurse, named Dora Fenn, was found to have been a systematic depredator. She was a stout, dark, handsome woman, apparently AHVt tiurty-liVHj years oi age, wno naa loug neen efiieemea a valued nurse to ladies of distinction, in their con finement, or when. suffering from sickness. Not only had -she been largely trusted, but held in the highest favour; and happy was that lady deemed to be .who could secure tho services of Dora Fenn. A deplor able accident had prostrated the lady of a noble Viscount, who was tended during her illness by tbe incomparable nurse. All had progressed favourable, arid Funn, no longer needed, had returned to her own home, when her ladyship's watch, and a most valuable order, set in ?brilliants, appertaining to his -lordship, were missed. These losses created intense consternation, for the reports of the day computed the value of th...

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A NEW USE FOR PETTER. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 18 November 1856

A XRW U6B FOB PKITISR. A rctrtrm-d convict, «')m hntl }tut?n in Xrirfiiik Island, was miicii uimv dini;-.iiH to in.uin^c riimi some others; nnd t reiiieinbel', after hs: lir.-1 beiu ciinfitiml in the 'refractory Cell, I13 swore, fin Wing let out. thnt lie ivoiild mm der mi v-uu- who tittenipted to come down to him then!. Re lind inaile a spi.ing ut the officer near liim.'snd would tisRiiredly hiivo bitten his nose off hod the wartlrr not retrea'tolim tho stiiiis, so t.l.nt tlie man was dntvn heliiw nil -ilitne, vowing »nr| djclAriii* he would Imve the life «jf the fiwt jwrann t'int.trimfl t« get him lip. : Well,' yoti sec. vrc ktisw vr '. emtUl m.-istrr hhn -lin«'rly we had him in the corri I o ; but as uu cowldu't take his life, and he could intn, he was more than a match for us down in the refractory waro% Accordingly the Governor bad to devise eome mpans of gcttiupr him up stairs without hurting him ; and how do you think be did it, sir? Why. he got some cayenne pepper, and burne...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 18 November 1856

Illegal Betsktioh of Paoraanr^-Ataie4P*lte Office, on Saturday, Mr. Richa.nl Watson, of fclttlo Ipswich, was summoned before the Bench, charged with His illegal detention of an iron bedstead, alleged iy htm to hare been purchased at auction. Mr. Gideon Scott, the complainant in this case, stated that lie had an auction sale at Dr. Dorsey'h house on Monday, the 27tb ultimo, and that, amongst other things, he Bold a wooden bedstead to the defendant for the earn of £1 17s. 63. On the next day he came fertile goods, and took away an iron, instead of the wooden, bedstead, which bod been sold to Mr. Walter Gray for -the same amount. Complainant immc diately wrote te Mr. 'Watson, requesting that it should liereturnod ; but defendant refused to do so. Mr. Walter Gray stated tbafche had bought t)-e bed stead in flispnto at Dr. DorsuyVjealc, Mr. Hanraii was then' called on the part of the defendant, and deposed that lie saw, An iron bedstead in the room at the time of the sale, snd had heard ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 18 November 1856

QEEING we ore to Ijb favouretl with; a CONGERT O on ^itoy;. Evening,: I think it advisable to previously remind readers, that it would only be a mark of respect aud courtesy due. to Dions. Eoeckel, for the audience to rise while his National Air is being performed. Ipswich, November, 1856. TO *,BEeTENANT COLONEL GRAY, POLICE MAGISTRATE. Sill,— With reference to the despatch' of the Honourable the Secretary for the. Colonies,' to hie Excellency the Governor-General, on the subjbet of tlie Separation of the Northern Province from New South Wales, and its erection into an indepen dent colony, we have the hononr. to request that you will call a PUBLIC MEETING of the inhabitants of the Northern Districts, for the purpose of express ing their strong feelings of approbation of that measure, and to adopt an humble address to her majesty the Queen on the occasion. We have the honour to be, . Sir. Your most obedient servant?, Geo. Thorn, - Jrs. A. Hope, William M. Dorsey, Bebjn. Ctihb, F. A. ...

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVAL. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 18 November 1856

sira^^^E^if^^^ ifc^iii. :-«.ifc- ~ ABBIVAL. ?toy, Bm!tft,*nd aighteen in the steerage. WU8On- j „?-? ' DEPARtDREp W«^»j *nd eighteen in ^^ragi^^ ^ ^PS'^^^S»i**'?I***;.if4Ghi. i* 1 4orse. Sana * j I [?] mwmm mmm Oaptajii* Bioomfield; 4 cases. 1 pn^kn^B^'i pao^ae. Hempstoad; 1 bo,, SealyTlpi^u''^1 _ EXPORTS. Yeatman ; 1 packageTA. SanaemaT^^ *' K' HHSi — '^ — — —

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Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 18 November 1856

Notice to the Public, 1 aHHE undersigned intends Is mqjrtcr 43ATTL& lj« MONDAY next, *'» ** !«^»t*' *£» «oWa^X7th^^b-nSGBTHOR!f- 1 . -Ai ^W^Offr LADY. M'DOlfALD .— JuL AlIaoppY Bottled Ale. ' - AfflSSh2^r^?'ltJl^^i*' Goods', which vill'bei ??'*'::? ? V-^^ifow^jSoods, To arrive ^i=4 -^^|ftt)ial*ndon, »*, $ydney. . Jf|1f -SALB, AV ^i^STOBES OF THE ..^Jjji'ffe^eads W-l. Rnm, ?0t--mO.:P. ^l^^^**** Porter, each * dozen' ^gj Omw- °-nart SaUd Oils vw ,. Pint, „ ; ' „ « North-Wilts1 Cheese *-3asks best York Hams -[.- » -? Westphalia Hams imn'' '^^WP'^an1* Stores , * , , ?; SCmw Sultana Raisins \:;?S Bales and Cww^cJ^star^.rfB.wji. i-. ^sUting of ,. ,tj 87-Inch Blue Cotton Tick .-? ? -. 80-inch TwiUisdlEogatU ?..'.= ... ^Md«64nd»,aWy^ut8 : , ' f*^»tton 4pM1- Checks *»? ^^ Cheek Oingbanu . 8-4 Water Twr?t«J«syft|jcctiujM J»-8 Fine mite flm«n *' £2*w»d 9B inch Pino White Sheeting Drab And Native Mole ° '°BHng On* And White Genoa Cowls Boiled Jaconets (ooJmwO £* Routed Bugs, 64 Table Cl...

Publication Title: North Australian, Ipswich And General Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
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