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VARIETIES. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 6 January 1857
?mwm.'. SfeS^* ^J I?P ^W%* «ke; blrds^; ^icfcmddowuadmlronjont-^OW&ttao.' Well. ?;-4*WWtJ»'fl» pfoposiBd to tax female b»t»ty, and to ?ef/e#f*f7'Mpy **-'¥? Mr own charms/ He sold ti^r.tax wottldf be cheerfully paid, and very pro .tVSfp man,' said a wealthy but weak-minded harri^tei-, ''should be admitted to' the bar who. has' BWp«t*au,^ how tnany acres make a wiseacre t *- .J'hvtiritinc Whyidbn'* jyonJset » ibonnd to your dgnklng, and hot exbeed'lt?— ibtfeitt .- So I do, bid fm*, so J dov butthea vott Me It's always' so -fir off_«iat I always get drank before,! reach ft. : W&at kind of shipThas twoniites and Tib captain ? t-AcouruWp. ? , ... '...'..???' .,.. .. ??! ?;, ;;???? ;i. -? ?-, '.;, An| Amencan hotel-keeper at Bo«toq boards lovers fot,two aollars a-,*eek less than he.chargn ofljer ^l T^eisphihwophjr^ i this. ,VIV»«i» it WJfy Mhereolln its nature, and con live on moonbeams. TO know a young man y^ topk the, dUsease in the natural way that subslifed: » vrhoje n...
LATEST INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 6 January 1857
gATisFlNTELLiaiSNCE. The most striking eveat it is our pleasing duty to record in this week's issue is the arrival at Sydney of the European and Aus tralian. Steam Navigation Company's Royal Mail Ship Oneida, on the 29th ultimo, after a magnificent passage, including all detentions at St. Vincent, St. Helena, the Cape of Good Hope, and ?Melbourne!, of seventy days, only fifty-three of wbioh were spent at sea. The Oneida is the pioneer ship of the new line of mail steamers, and has brought out Sir Henry Barkly, the Governor of Victoria. The dates from England are to the 18th of October, and the most important newB is the threatened rupture between Eugland and France and the King of Naples, about which nearly all the political interest seems to be at present con centrated. It appears that the King of Naples lias reiusea u- alter in any respect lg's insane policy, and is actually arminc his lwzaroirt in anticipation of j°°f reive «ea*BM« tolng pursued by tlie Allicd-PoWcrs. ana relying...
THE LONDON SEASON. THE RING IN HYDE PARK. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 6 January 1857
THE &ONDON SEASON. THE SINS IK HYDE PA&K. TJiero is another place whoro people go, to look at each other, and, if possible, to be admired. Hyde Park in almost as fashionable as the opera, only 'the ladies, .'instead of being seated in boxes, loll in car nages. The pretence for this delightful exhibition is .that of 'taking the air,' but of couree that is not the true object of the drive ; indeed, many persons living at Norwood, Finehloy, and Highgato, leave their pure atmosphere, merely to take a turn round the Serpentine, and look about them and be looked at. This fashionable meeting might almost be called a ' Ladies' Show.' The gentlemen stand on each side of -the carriage-way, and, hanging over the rail* examine the countenance and costume of the female' exhibitors. The prolonged stare or the raised eye. glass is the only kind of applause indulged in. The audience is usually a quiet one, seldom expressing itsadmiration in words, however beautiful the coun tenance ...
RESULT OF GOAD, RIGG, AND CO.'S SALE OF TALLOW. 17th October, 1856. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 6 January 1857
RESULT OF GOAD, RIGG, AND CO.'S SALE OF TALLOW. 17th October, 1856. The Tallow Market has been firm throughout the weekr with an. upward tendency ; the deliveries have been good, and the quotations of to»day rIiow an advance Of Is. (3d. to 2s. per curt, on last Friday's rates. Y. C. is to-day -quoted 6is- to 04s. Cd. on the spot.., Australian Tallow. — 126 casks offered, and sold. This description was in good request, and nil that was offered (364 casks) found buyers at aa advance of fully 2s. per cwt. on last week's quotations. Good mutton realised 64s. to 66SJ., and good beef 62s. 3d.J to 63b. pet- cwt. 40 casks beofy fair colour, part firm, part rather greasy, realised 62s. Od. L48 ditto ditto,, 62s. ?d. : Hides firm ( boras -and bones in good request. -? 82'cbsks beef, fatr colour, part firm, part rather greasy, part slightly dragged, realised 62s. 9d. We append the latest wool-report, taken from the Horn Nuvt of the 18th of October; Several inquiries have been made in our marke...
THOMAS BABINGTON MACAULAY. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 6 January 1857
THOMAS BABINGTON MACAWLAV (from the New York TribuiuX ? It is seldom that English statesmen of distinction of their own accord bid farewell to the frreat nar. liamentary theatre. What the footlights' and tto public shout are^o the actor, the Tamns of at Stephen a and the party cheer are to the Bugll* politician— an essential of existence. Chatham 4n Burke, and Fox, and Pitt, and Canning, and iPee all passed away with hatneM^m,thai»J-mdc'lMd^u£^ with tbe echo of -thoiovef kklause sliTffln^rS around them. Pew have ever forsaken She a« customed scene until dragged, off, by an oleotibh defeat or a still sterner edict. Death hag in alMos every instance rung down the curtain. The Jam in telligence from England, however, brings us a dis tinguished exception to this rule. Thomas Bablngton Maoanlay, who for twenty years has played a prominent part in European politics, and occupied that place in tlie councils of the great parties of England which had been held by Burke, has taken leave of an...
Grafton, 27th November, 1856. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 6 January 1857
Grafton, 27th November, 1868. Sir,— Mr. Hargaves, in the lower, and Mr. Khox, in the upper House, with many others, having made a most unwarrantable and unfair use of the petition for an Assize Court at Armidde, byusinc it as an argument against the proposed boundary line between New South Weleft and Moreton Bay. I beg (on behalf of 4n3BBelf,andJ«anyo|ther8.,wl-o signed that petition toHMMHstrwrti to ca\y-i»Ti0(m»md^m ^rtftfol dodge ' HucoMHfplly attempted -upon us— In thefc&pe that you wjlhexponc the attain, and if itjjere «re suffi cient grounds, procure its withdrawal fronvthe ; House. .... .,..., .... | Some weeks before the petition was introduced J, it« a known friend of local institutions, was asked to give it my support, and being satisfied that Armidale hod a hotter claim for a Court than Tamworth, I promised to exert myself to procure signatures for that object. . - On Saturday evening, 20tii September, I received a printed petition (no written one ever having been...
THE ARMIDALE CIRCUIT COURT PETITION. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 6 January 1857
THE ARMIPALE CIRCUIT COURT PETITION. We find in the Empire of Wednesday, the follow ing correspondence refering to the Armidale Circuit Court petition, and the anti-separation uses since made of it. To the Editor of the Empire. ? Sin,— I heg to enclose a letter for publication, received this day, from a respectable resident at Grnfton, Clarence district, the contents of wuioh speak for themselves ; at the same time I would beg to observe it reflects no credit upon the originators of a petition in favour of a Circuit Court at Armidale, and is calculated not only to deceive the memben of the Legislative Assembly, and Council, the Qnten, and both houses of Parliament, but is an unpardon able injustice to the northern districts.— I remain, sir, yours obediently, ' , Hesrt Buckle*.
THE ISLES OF THE DANUBE. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 6 January 1857
THE ISLES OF THE DANUBfe, A few days ago a document was published bcarin? tho signature of Fuad Pacha, in which that Minister asBertod the right of the Bultau to annex the isles of 'the Danube directly to his empire, ahd to exercise full sovereign right over them, instead of permitting their incorporation with Moldavia, and accepting the relation ot lord paramount. The Debatt says that Russia resisted this claim nt first, but that the .Cabinets of Vienna and London having pronounced iu favour of Turk oy the Czar has given way. ?? ' .
COLONIAL NEWS. VICTORIA. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 6 January 1857
COLONIAL NEWS. VICTORIA. In the Legislative Council, on the 4th. Mr. Balden made his financial statement to the house. The revenues for the year he estimated at £3,314,650, and vie total expenditure at £3,815,053. The revenue, a* set down iu an abstract of the estimates rablished by the Argtu, amounts to £3,820,130. thus leaving a considerable deficiency. A sum of £1,167.390 in apportioned to the Commissioners of Public Works; £418,885 to the Commissioner of Trade and Gustoms, including harbour hnd coast light service, immigration, ice.; £102,483 to the administration of justice. There were two important features in the state ment which appear to have excited considerable discussion. The one was the proposal to establish a national bank of issue, under the management of commissioners free from any control on the part of the executive ; the other was the proposed abolition of the assessment of stock, and depasturing license fees, and the substitution of a rent per acre, ac cording to...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 6 January 1857
DESIRES at tlie oomraeuoemont of another year, to iliiaBrMs best tliankstotiis numerous Friends and Patrons, Jor the very liberal support bestowed upon him slnoc Ids commebcing business in his present ..-.-?? 'COMMODIOUS PREMISES ; arid BfrtteSBtae*imBtO*ssu«ttem of Ms determina tion to, redouble Iijs exertions -to secure the con tinuanoe ind deserve the increase of the patronage of the public. i?^c-ftasat.^*--..»x-*^^ ,» .?-.--. ? ? .-.--'IV- — ?* y;- *, fe^LH/.-ar. jseevjb. ?-. HAS iewiVed per Farra Forr^. # fwtWfer supply 'ofilie iibttve, the same shape and .pattern as before. An early call Is necessary, as the sale ib so jtgfe -. y. %, ^y- - ? '^jffriSfbriseexved. ex ? Bagw8i^j')-a,iip-rJfai3 reoh«flSto . I. ~f; yi^f|C|iscj$' iJomietu v#. . I* '. v .' ' ; ' JJoV a ' Do! ?? ' Do; vritli curtains . Fancy Tnscah Do. , ' » Do, -?hip , I*?. w? ,; * Do. HorsebairtDo. \ .i,*: & : ^ j^Oii&dlla^nd.Oruioiin^o: *''^t ,_,. ©Jrfs^Kiril^(i:B^s^iit«^)O^i %5'iine,;*; \ty^^^fiwi:...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 6 January 1857
. -W^^-- BIRTHS. ??? . ???, -#. ? ?Onifi^I, 26th s&mo, Mrs. Henry Kitoer, Sris ^Xite'S^nitent, at Waterview Cottage, the vrifcafrC.*;!*. Parkinson, Esq., of* daughter. foiwiph, and General AdvertiBer ' EDMUND VAittTBW*AYB B*Bfrto announce to fl»e Inh*T-itai#3-f,Ii»vrteh. 1 «ad the Moretoa Bay disj^^merally, that tt*ye»cttUaU«nil»«;fLotl*r-PreM - GENEBAL PBINTIHG.: ? ?;*.-f'i- '?::.;???? ' OOMPMSttO Oa^i. Catalogues, Circular*. ChequQBooks.Bill Headi, Sheep Returns, Efrms of Agreement, Pro ?pectoses, Labels, &c, y-th neatness, economy, and v - The mort approved Forms of Sheep Beturas, ' ' . and M AMStt*' U»D SBBVAlffis' AflBEEMNT F«B*f, On Bale. First Vessel for London. ii 'lai regular trader, QAZEHOVND, tiSBjk. expected to arrive abont the end of the - dH& present month, and to «ail early in FEB MMSMmfr Sin avy ^HBE* GEORGE BAFF & Co. Wasted to purchase for shipment, on the above V*Mel, 400 to $00 BALES WOOL. ;,. ?:. . G. R. & Co. Brisbane, De...
THE NORTH AUSTRALIAN IPSWICH, TUESDAY, JANUARY 6, 1857. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 6 January 1857
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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVAL. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 6 January 1857
SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVAL. January 3. — Yarra Yarra, 'steamer, 600 tons, Cap tain Bell, from Sydney 30th December and New-., castle 1st January. Passengers— Mr. TV. ttcnl, junr., Mr. Cooke, Mr. Robertson; Mrs. Hoove, Master. R. Gore, and eleven in the steerage. DEPARTURES. December 29. — Boomerang, steamer, 400 tons' O'Reilly, for Sydney. Passengers— Mr. W. M Dorsey, Dr. Fullerton, Dr. Mueller, Mw- fGorry ? Miss Gorry, Mrs. Bynes, aud Id in the steerage'. January 2. — Bonnie Doon, barque, 250 tons, Sholl, ' - for Sydney. Passengers — Mr. Mackcnric, and Mr. Thompson. ? IMPORTS. , . Yarra Yarra: 1 bale, Atkins ;? 48 koealteads ale. ' Bartlcy; 11 packages, 14 bags rice, 10 bars iron, 8 bundles ditto, Buckley; Spackagcs, Bailuy; 8 kegs nails, 1 parcel, 2 cases, 8 boxes tin, 11 casks, Cribb ' : & Foote; 1 parcel, Dwyer; 1 case Cameron; 1 paroel, Duncan; 2 bags flour, Davis; 1 case, Eaton; 60 bags flour, 2 trucks, Fite; 1 case, Femister; 8 . ; aackages, Gon-y ; 2 parcels, Gal...
BRITISH ADVENTURE IN EASTERN AFRICA. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 6 January 1857
'Pfelt&H ADVENTlffiE IX EASTERN AFB1CA. I-bm a 'fieview in the London Examiner of Firs FoolfUptjn East Afri'-v ; or, an Exploration o ' , Sg,rar. . By Richard F. Burton, Bombay Army . Cent. Burton is the first Euronean who has found hU W*y to Harar, .and in this book he relRtes how he set out from Aden, crossed to Zayla, and resided fora^bort time on the coast of East Africa, in that old Arab town. -He very pleasantly tells us how the world Wflfjs at Zayla,. and thereafter describes his jemraey, disguised sis an,,Eastern merchant, with a little, caravan of attendant*, mules, and cninels, /through the Somali country, and among the Eesas, ?cross, the Harar prairie, safely enough to Harar. Hfi account of the Bedouin tribes, and nf his own -adygutur.es among them, is written in a very graphic and Amusing way. The perils encountered were not WIT great ; although «t H«rar there was a detention In. honourable bondage .which might hare led to serious results, had not intelligence, b...
SELECT POETRY YOU'LL THINK OF ME. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 6 January 1857
SELECT ?OET»T. YOUXL THINK OF ME. You'll think of me, but not while youth's Gar pleasure* we beguiling, , And Hope's enchanting dream is thine. And wealth is on thee smiling ; Not while thy brow is free from care. And- beauty there is dawning, And thy darkly en gleam far more bright Than dews that gem the morning. Yo«31 think of me, but not while friend* Are hear thee, fondly clinging. And in thine ear sweet tones of joy Are soft and sweetly ringing; Not while life'* sunny spring time Is o'er thy pathway shining. And Lore'* bright fairy flowers around Their garlands are entwining. But when thy fondest hopes are crushed, - And vouth and bloom are fading, And quickly thv once jetty hair Time's sflvery threads are braiding ; When trusted hearts grow false and cold, And thou art left forsaken— Then, then within thy lonely breast - WUL thongkto ofart&Mtken. y«L wh,«o duie,*t iagj v&ts proved. Those, friends, so faithful seeming. Vain flatterers, and fortunes frown t« p'^....
WARWICK HACKS. [FROM OUR CORRESPONDENT.] [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 6 January 1857
'-''? Warwick itAtm : ' t-«°M -»l'1 OOllilKSPOKniiNT.] j^ At the CliriBtmas Eaces on the '26th and 27th ult. i Fiust Day. Tho Maiticii riatejoi' £30, mile iieats, weight for utrcr, was run forhy^ : Mr. (VN'u'-I'h Mickey l-'iee (Fox) .. .. 1 1 „ Ornlg's Black Bess ? 2 2 „ Dctiohar's Jiv'glur ? 8 S Mickey Tree took the lead in both heats and was nevtsr hended. Siccond Hack.— The Warwick Town Plate of £2/5, one mid a-hiilf mile heats, weight for age. Mr. U. Oollins's Uanch of Devon (Fox) I 1 Hudson's Fanny ? ' 2 „ O'Niel's Nolly Uligh ? 3 3 „ Duuchar's Tom Hrown ? ♦ 4 In llio fust heiit Jilauch of Devon took the lead, closely followed by Fanny and won by two lengths. In tlie second heat Blanch again took the lend, Fanuy waiting closjly upon her, who made play at the half-mile post weond time round gaining upon her- at every stride, when, frmn tbu distance to home.ua severe struggle took place, Blanch winning by a l-are neck. . ) . ? . ? Thjbd JIacr.-7-TIi.b .Tradesmen's Pnrac of £10, m...
DRAYTON. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 6 January 1857
DRAYT0:\. Tfeom oub corresvokdest.] On u»e 16th ultimo, at the Police Ofiicc, Dray ton, .Tames niiinns appeared before A. W. Manning, *Ksq., P.M., for being drunk on the 14th of the Bsiid month iu the town of Drayton. Convicted, and fined 20s. or, in fletaiHt, torty-cjglit hours ui the cells. ; John Uoivufi, constable in the Dalliy Police, was charged with disorderly conduct, and using most gross language toivsrds the Chief Constable of Draytyn on the 15th ultimo, and was dismissed from the force. On the 19th, beforo A. TV. Manning, Esq., P.M., and James Taylor, Esij., J.P.-, Thomas Connor ap peared in custody charged with having been drunk in the streets of Drayton on the IStli. Defendant in a most penitential manner pleaded guilty to the charge stating it was his first offence. The Bunch sentenced him to pay a fuic of £1; or, in default, forty-eight hours. Mrs. Mary Connor, wife of the last defundant was then tishered into the presence of their Worships, charged with having miscon...
THE IPSWICH NEW YEAR'S RACES. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 6 January 1857
THE IPSWICH NEW ff:2R'S RAif^S. These sports came ofl'.on tlie Ettce-course on Thursday and Friday last, and were tolerably well altondetl. The- weather, Uovrever, awish: particularly : unfavourable: within the memory of that venerable individual, the 'oldest inhabitant' of the^Siatrict, no hotter day was ever experienced; it indeed would , be scarojly possible for ' the 'Buman j frame to- sustain greater heat, than that whicli pre- ; :^;.;- vailed during, the fii-st day's races, and which con-, ~[ :*T tinned until ali'out two o'clock in the afternoon on . ; Friday, when- ?a.'jstronf eaateriy wind 'Sprung up, '**:'' acpompanied bv% heavy fell of rain,, that ^cp'm- .;? pletely drenched those visitors who were not under Rhcltcr. The rain, however, had its usual effect of ; r~[ producing a delitibiis coolness in the atmosphere, ^** and every one 'on this account seemed to bear tKe .''*. infliction of wet ' Jackets ? with .the greatest good, ;;_ hnmour. Tliore were seven booths on the c...