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LOCAL AND DOMESTIC. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 6 January 1857

LOCAL AND DOMESTIC. Petty LAJicr.KY.— On Friday, the 26th ultimo, n carpenter named James Jjcthbridge, was brought beforo the magistrates charged -with stealing a car penter's rule, tho property of Mr. Thomas' Stanley, builder, of Ellenborougli Street. From the evidence it appeared that the defendant had obtained gcrni\s-. siou from Mr. Stanley to wbf k in his shop, and tind been cautioned not to touch anything ; but to bring his own tools with him. He worked there three days, nud then left; after which the rule was missed. Some few days thereafter Mr. Stanley went to the place where tho defendant was at work, aud saw the tool produced lying between two carpenters, of whom the defendant was one, aud who were working on the bench. The defendant was immediately accused of stealing the rule, when ho excused himself hy saying that he took it by mistake, andintended to return it Mr. Oxenhaui appeared for the defence. The Bench having considered the evidence, convicted. the de fendant, an...

Publication Title: North Australian, Ipswich And General Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
PRODUCE CIRCULAR. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 6 January 1857

pfcotonriB cmouLAB. : J1 Christmas pay /ailing, on Thursday., the weekly produce 'seAe m held' on WedneBday, wlion theit tendan (je of buyers Wag nuni'erons, end the whole of thefluanHty offered wag ^diBobspd-of at prices fullv ttialntttining lost iceeV* qubt»ll6ns; greasy wo'6T' 'WOT' not fio inubh in dpmand.'-bnt'there was rib falling off la rulflo, ^rberfi -be yhr&ik sSiwiCgME %nd ifroe from seed and burr. We call, ntfeSntloir toiho' Me otltt,tJb^mpX^nW^A)%fm,i^inTmr catalogue «t 22d.-^ucb price*' must be cncouhurlhr1 to-t^wjducor^^';' ??i;;t:?i;!.t.: A ?;'?.. ??:'-?'. ***&)& rates nqw ruling here -b)-. 'wpcl,*ro high, bill ; not unadly ip, fork nauit Tjb remembered that ih{ !-urdhases nb* niftde are mostly to execute' ordert and- not speculative: and also, that.tliewooUmn wrive for the May sales', the last reports from Enp Iknd confirming that tho medium rates of last Julj ^^ estaUlishei'nnd would reina in so faobaUly till Ms^''next.'^.Wl»en the vessels t...

Publication Title: North Australian, Ipswich And General Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 6 January 1857

SYDNEY. We are in receipt «of Sydney journals by the Ydrra Vaira to tho 30th ult. Tho following are the .duly items Hkoly toba interesting : — The vacancy in the representation of the citv. bv the resignation of Mr. Parkest has been filled up by the election of Mr. Dalley, the barrister, who ob tained a majority of 005 over Mr. John Fairfax, the! proprietor of the Sydney Horning Herald; the num bers for Dalley being 1998, for Fairfax 1498. Thife1 is a triumph for the liberal party. Mr. Dalley, the successful candidate is a native of- the colony, a Roman Catholic, aud a Free Trader. He announced hia intention to advocate a complete revision of the immigration system, and expressed his opinion that it wag absurd to export capital for the purpose of importing labour. - He was favourable toacomplete change in the presont land regulations, and should adopt a system that would place the waste larida of the country in a different position to- What they had' been for years past. . Ho pointe...

Publication Title: North Australian, Ipswich And General Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Victoria River, May 30, 1856. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 6 January 1857

Victoria River, May 30, 185G. Dear Sir, — As I am about to despatcnthe 6chooner to Ooeptms; for supplies, I avail myself of the oppor tunity of writing a few lines, though I have little oi interest to impart iu the way of eeomnphical discovery, though our explorations have extended within the limits of Western Australia, ? Having landed tb.j horses at Point Pearce, I pro ceeded overland with them to the upper part of the Victoria, crossing the FiUniaurice about ten miles dibove tlie highest point attained by the boats of. the Beag-lo, and 'crossing'' the Range. near Alligator Point. The horses Wore so weak, irom the protracted sea voyage, that we lost six in performing this journey, although by such easy stages that it occupied 22. days. I had previously despatched the schooner with the sheep, and such of tho party as were not required on shore, with instructions to proceed un.thc Victoria and form a -camp near Kangaroo Point.; but, though oiily drawing 8 feet, the schooner gotft-gt...

Publication Title: North Australian, Ipswich And General Advertiser, The
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THE NORTH AUSTRALIAN EXPEDITION. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 6 January 1857

THE NOBTH AUSTRALIAN EXPEDITION. tu yesterday's Herald we published a letter from Mr. A. C. Gregory, detailing in brief terms the move ments of the Northern Expedition, after leaving the Victoria River on the 21st of June. From the Perth ffijwircr and Commercial Arews ot 26th November, we copy. the following further particulars concerning the progress of the expedition, at an earlier period, viz, in the month of May. The Inquirer remarks, that they will be pursued with great interest by the numerous friends of Mr. A. C. Gregory iu Western Australia : — Perth, November 25, 1856. Dear Sir.— Aw «ietvs from tlio Northern Exploring Expedition will doubtless prove interesting to uiosi of your readers, I forward you a letter I have this day receive* from. Mr. A. C. Gregory, the leader oi the expedition, giving an interesting account of his proceedings at Victoria River up to the end of May last. ' ' By further accounts, to the 20th of June, the party were about to start overland from the V...

Publication Title: North Australian, Ipswich And General Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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NORTH AUSTRALIAN EXPEDITION. LETTER FROM MR. GREGORY TO HIS EXCELLENCY THE GOVERNOR-GENERAL. Victoria River, 14th June, 1856. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 13 January 1857

NORTH AUSTRALIAN EXPEDITION. Letteis prow Mn. Gheqoky to His- Excelmhjcy THE GoVEBNOn-GEN-RRAI.. Victoria Uivcr, 14th June. 1856. Sir, — Circumstances having arisen which render it necessary that the vessel attached to. the North Australian Expedition should proceed to Timor for supplies. I avail myself of the opportunity to trans mit a brier account of the operations of the Expe dition to the present time, and its prospective movements. ; 2. In the letter of the 28rd September, 185S, I1 detailed the proceedings or the Expedition to that date, the Monarch sailing the next morning. - 3. Having organized a party to proceed by land with the horses to the upper part of the Victoria, consisting of myself, Mr. H. Gregory, Dr. Muoller, Oversoer Phibbs. and six men, the remainder of the party embarked iu the Tarn Tough schooner, to which the sheep had been removed from the Monarch, Mr. Wilson beiug instructed to asocud the Victoria and form a camp at some suitable spot for disembarking the ...

Publication Title: North Australian, Ipswich And General Advertiser, The
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COLONIAL NEWS. VICTORIA. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 13 January 1857

COLONIAL NEWS. VICTORIA. We are in possession of Melbourne papers to the 26th ultimo:— I BitcTJooKB iv Habkesr.— The following is from the flernW of the 23rd inBtant : ' A team of bullocks were to be seen in Melbourne yesterday harnessed in the same manner as horses, doing their work right well, and apparently with much greater satis faction to themselves than when labouring under those travelling pillories, yclept yokes. The utility of those ingenious pieces of torture has long been doubtful, and henceforth we distinctly refuse to believe in them. They have antiquity to recom mend them certainly, and the bullocks ought to be used to them by this time. Still itwouid seem the1 animals prefer harness, and we cannot, for the life of us understand why their predilections In this matter shold nbt'be gratified.*.1 , The following paragraph is from the tinllaamt Timttaf the 24thi— 'T«u most EitfRAOiimxARY Gtoi.tow Hot.* ;fiwconn.— Tub DUAham Tlor.p..— This claim is prom; well known :on^ti1...

Publication Title: North Australian, Ipswich And General Advertiser, The
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SELECT POETRY. REVERIES AND OUTPOURINGS. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 13 January 1857

SELECT POETRY. REVERIES AND OUTPOURINGS. (From the SpanWi.) O let the soul it slumbers break, Arouse its senses and awake. To see faovr soon Life, like its glories, fades away, And the stern footsteps of decay Come stealing on. And while we view the rolling tide Down which our flowing minute* glide Away so fitst, Let as the present hour employ, And deem each future dream a joy Already past. Our lives like hastening streams must bo. That into one engulphiug sea Are doomVl to fall ;. The sea of Death, whose waves roll on O'er King and kingdom, crown ami throne, And swallows nil. Alike the river's lordly tide ; Alike the riv'let's lowly glide To thatmad wave ; Death, levels poverty and' pride. And rich and poor sleep .side by side Within the grave. Onr birth is but a starting place ; Life is the running of the race, And Death the goal, — There all those glittering toys are-brought, That path alone of nil unsought, Is found of all. Say then, how poor and little worth, Are all the glitte...

Publication Title: North Australian, Ipswich And General Advertiser, The
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THE UNITED STATES. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 13 January 1857

THE UNITED STATES. (From the Tunes' Special Correspondent.) Inew Tons, September 30.' — It h probable that for a time there will be a pause in tlic active hostilities between the -rival parties in Kausaa. A kind of peace Las been established by the power ot cue b edeiftl Government, and tiovoruor Geary, fluppoiled by , the regular United States' troops, lias disbanded the armed force from Missouri, which, on certain conditions, lias consented to return home ; the -northern frontier of the temtory is guarded to prevent any further immigration of Free State settlers, and the leader of the IFYce State force. ? Laue, has left the district. Tlie main, incidents of tbe lust few days of the' war are these :— A body of no less than 2400 Pro slavery men, MiBsourians, with fimr pieces of artillery, had 'oil the 13th and iith of Sep tember marched on Lawrence, ^with the detci* minatiou to attack it, and on the evening of the 1-ith had ©noamped only three miles from it ; the attack was to have ...

Publication Title: North Australian, Ipswich And General Advertiser, The
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A COUPLE OF LOVE-LETTERS. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 13 January 1857

A COUPLE OF LOVE-LETTERS. Notwithstanding the fact that ladies generally, as they .mostly deserve to do, succeed iu obtaining damages from false swains, (trench of promise cases aape'gr to.be on the increase. On Wednesday week, atTStetor. f 200 was obtained from Mr. Trader, a captatn ttf it^Kshant ship,,by Miss Cooper, daughter of *jitlk1no»-cer,v-n-i?lvmouUi. .'The letters of the defendant to the plaintiff wore read to the Court until deafening «-ar» of daughter. 'OnThuwaay.weet, at the 'same Court, a servant gM ofotatnbd -damages to the amount of XfiO from a a fanned who itndisvhispored 'sweet nothings' in her ear, because those turned out in the end to mean T&h Friday week, at Norwich, a daughter of a (Miner obtained CI00 from a neighbouring farmer, j whof ailed to Jeatl'hor to the Hymeneal altnr ac cording to promise. , . .At the same Court, on the same day. Miss Miller, agoVerrioss.'jbrought upMr. Jfoore.' the captain of » Clipper (sailors, it appears, ore not mien 'tra...

Publication Title: North Australian, Ipswich And General Advertiser, The
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EUROPEAN NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 13 January 1857

EUROPEAN NEWS. The following closes our summary of l^ugHsh mid Foreign news by the Oneula to the 18th' October : — A. Fioht fob k Bihde. — The Cnrk Coimtitutinn Btates that a Miss II ? . of Clon brook, Queen's County, was to he married on n certain day to a Mr. H. ii—-. Another lover of the lady endeavoured to prevent it by collecting a party of friends, who assisted him in locking the gate approaching to the lady's house. They also placed Large stones in front to obstruct die passage of the jaunting car. isiid, after ooaipletlng their task; they lay in ambush Awaiting the arrival of Miss H — - and her fri nuta. .Having arrived, and finding the approach barred .against them, some of the party left Hie car to remove the obstacles presented to them, when the lady' was pounced upon by the party of her former lover,' ami then a struggle ensued, the bridegroom's party-endeavouring to retain her and the other to e»rry;.her; off. The conflict terminated in victory for W ? the former lover,...

Publication Title: North Australian, Ipswich And General Advertiser, The
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THE OCEANIC STEAM ROUTE BETWEEN ENGLAND AND THE ANTIPODES. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 13 January 1857

THE OCEANIC STEAM ROUTE BETWEEN ENGLAND A.TSD THE ANTIPODES. (From tic. London Evening Sun, October 18.) Although the regular inail-sorvico between Eng land and Australia cannot bo in. actual operation — to and fro — before February, it may be regarded as already in some sort virtually inaumiratod. The newly organised conjpany— that of the European and Australian Steam Navigation— rliavjog in a! groat measure by this time completed their prc-; liminary arrangements, insomuch that tomorrow (Sunday), the 19th of this present October, the first, of their great steam-ships, the Oneida, is to take ' her departure for Melbourne and Sydney, from tUo| docks in which she is at this moment lying at , Southampton. Another magnificent vessel, the ' . Simla— one of the glories of the Peninsular and ; Oriental Company magnanimously placed by the I managers of that company at the disposal of their successful competitors for the Australian contract with her Majesty's Government— will follow, ac cor...

Publication Title: North Australian, Ipswich And General Advertiser, The
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LETTERS TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 13 January 1857

i^4&^^^^6M^ s rtyjhaUtlsUiujIcVill f-epltpti-t(l, he; f Off twtidtntifth , tiimititf KithttewpinioH* etprwdtt in t}& c#rrmpt-n-h- ? encc published tn this Jottnfal. .All UUcn\which ? appair under fjijtjitading- are. wi-ittenty , parties en ? Urely iincgnmcUd wiktht mana^rcntent o/iliel'apep.] ' n,V, . i Drayton Swamp, January 8,. 1857. Siji.-^Jn your issue of the 30th ultimo I percei vea paragraph v.hlch, i-h tending to nttaefi a very im enviPblB Urgrfe of notoriety to, ihy name,. I |-og U take this opportunity of piih'licly'cohtrndiciing. The Kt-'itemeiits made in the paragraphto wliteli 1 alluile, ai'is bdlll -fills* &M niMidloris, a«d yoiir informant, wliocvi1!1 ho mtiy hs#c boon* was evidently more anxioiisi to'cbnvpy litw tlion truth to yon aud your roadon Faiid 1 shonliJ1 thiiiU it tnliSt Vie vMtoof annoying to you, or any oilier respecbulile.josirnuJ. to hAvcyoit'r columns iiindn 'a cpnvculencb of t(j servo the end's of private animosity. MiHtinricrslK...

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THE NORTH AUSTRALIAN. IPSWICH, TUESDAY, JANUARY 13, 1857. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 13 January 1857

'] ,0PB NORTH AUSTRALIAN. JPSWtbtt, TUESDAY, JANUARY 13, 1857. Toe reply of Mr, Thomas Holt to the Eleolom of tho Stanley Boroughs, calling upou him, iu fulfilment of his premiss, to resign hie Beat, will be found in our fourth page ; and it will be seen by that precious document that ho refuses, to comply with their, request, alleging that 'he is innocent of the charges brought against him, and therefore superior to thcm(!)' This prodaotion places the character of the ' ?writer in its truest and strongest ' light,' and gives, a more perfect insight into' his peculiar disposition than any one act of his inglorious public career. It is, nevertheless, beneath the notice of any honest man ; and were it not that some parties are unacquainted with the character of the person who penned it, or the points touched upou, it would not be worth expending a drop of ink in. commenting on it. Wo wjftily believe lLat isucn a docwnout conicl uever be written by any other than one of tho Mawworm spe...

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LOCAL AND DOMESTIC. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 13 January 1857

f.OCAL AND DOMESTIC. Petty LahoenIes. — At the Police Office, on Tuesday last, Thomas Church and William Cough were brought before the Bench charged with having stolen throe bottles of porter from the bar of the North Star Hotol«on the Saturday previous. Ifr. John Sullivan .stated* that on the day in question, while engaged ui,iiniotLding a dray* he observed the prisoners, who Were seated.close to a cask of porter. SDcrete throe bottles ' inside their shirts; ,As they were about to depart with their booty, Xtf. Sullivan seiieu both, and took one bottle frohi Oough, when Church dropped the other tWot and they were imme diately given into custody! Mr. John Burgess, who happened to be present at the tltnet deposed to the samo effect i. another witness also gave similar testimony. The Bench dealt summarily with the case, and fined both prisoners £1 oacln or^in default of payment, fourteen days in Brisbane Gaol.— On the Same day, Thomas McAcourt was Charged with breaking open a box&a...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 13 January 1857

^^bliBhcaevQcjTuBslaymbriUia.ttnafomi^led to/couatjy.subswtbers byit]iatday^-mail.' /* -.C' |f i ]^^rlto,'in^4^^}'^vr!.v^''-«a.'^;^:r''.- ? ?,.'!».-? jPerqtifcrteW^rt^^-';;^?,;^;'- fi^/;' :' ;',- -'' .. ^^Hliie^^|^^'^^g^froi|i.|fiie 3a^ «if *bpi |Adyertlsemp|its will ^.charged attht rate of ? '^l\K..itijm,\laii»,i.kt-i.i.-4»J.^f.-iV.-.i!- .11.4)-' ?: ? r ;',,..' wimr-iW- .'?«!.*y.ri«4i.-.i;;*(»»wiiV-a--.« ??-?;. . . 2 ,.V1.,Blt-.J,;,.^,.;,.,».4.ki.^;.ri.-i' ..-«?'« '? .: - ''? ' : -' .. i Higot u,vyt . .v* * y*. .\ ?? s. fii. A-- ; i8 . -:O. :,u ? ; x ??-' ' --^^.j^V^jid4lt{O|l|4i|lCh;:S(,.;4J«si b^'^i^ V ??? . 1 ? ^o*nnxber#ini«ertionllitfust lifcT#r1-i^fi'on%»icli 4v«rtis«meut..br^by kmbe odutinuM^htiiyk v«*U3OWlwai ariU -qofnmunleatt6i»lo l/f *Mt)t* Qfc \ ' ifeia^Orio^MMBr*. ^?^ity^'?^^'^e^ -BiTt^h« ABTBtiu fe^nl^;B\Vfl,;-ol6' Pwl ', ! iprietors, at the OfUceofflie1 'Nbiwit ldfi^mif^f n«4t Street, Tuesday, Suivvj 18, IB57. ' ? -? ; ;

Publication Title: North Australian, Ipswich And General Advertiser, The
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THE PARLIAMENT. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 13 January 1857

THE PARLIAMENT. In tUe Legislative Council, on tho 30th ultimo, the Itoroton Say Pistiipt Cuiutfilli *« rond « flllr-l timo and passed. . . : -;_ , -. . On tho same day, Mr. E. Dcas Thomson laid ou the table of the Hound Mr. Gregory's further report of the North Australian Expedition up to Juno 14, 1850, the publication of which, from some cause or other, had been delayed. . . ?. In tho Legislative Assembly) on the 30th ultimo* the House went iuto committee on the Monitors' and Servants' Bill, tho different clauses of which were carefully discussed, amended) and passed. In the 8th line of the 2nd clause* the words 'such service ' were inserted. Some verbal amendments were lnlulo in several clauses up to the 9tht for master assault ing or ill-treating a servant, which was struck out. Clause 11 was avnendod so as to include till differences | in dispute between master and servant) those pro vided ns well as those not provided for. Clause 15, forbidding justioes not to exorcise jurisdi...

Publication Title: North Australian, Ipswich And General Advertiser, The
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THE PROPOSED NEW SCAB ACT. (To the Editor of the Armidale Express.) [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 13 January 1857

tniE Opposed, if iji\V^SGAB.Acrj (To thtiSditor'nJikt'AriAidahExpriu^ ' ' GRfcTn^EMEK^Ai though', I have' no shpp'pl' jc.^,at the;requosl;;t6'f ',BB'v6'ral -flnclc-o^rn«r's who spmeti nips Ibok-iip^to'fllihtornflvie^ f offer * few ohsr!r-''ationfi onSIr: T.' Rusariji's Ijill ?? for prevention cifdisease in Sheep.1' ' It is a sPrc ihfliotibn oil a country when iU aws constnntly, chmige. hi Mr. Rusilcn's emhryo bill 'jVc sec tflie' fourth, iti the co'urse of a fe»v years, :«ti the s,am6;iiubje.ct*:' 'The fcocrimis acted * on «! priidcnt: system1.; Vhc'ncvcr'any of theirlaw-niakers proposed a hey tow, %fe' f stood forward witli a ippe arbundliiis neck, and if his bill wasnptpropeilv drawnup oi'approvpd thb jiiover was strangled niul illso hh proposition— & capital check 'to law mtilti plicatidn luid linmeaiiihs Vierhiagc. ' . ' i Tlio title of the sflld bill is a mistioiuer. and- so is catarrh. '.Iftit'a vrjit&, of preventton, in it : wholly remedial, with penalties jn ...

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VARIETIES. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 13 January 1857

VA5RIETIES* If you would learn to bow, watch a mean man when be talks too. gentleman of wealth. A narrow* minded man can no atone Blond upright in the presence of a money-bag, than be can throw a somerset over the moon. ... ? ? Jones, jun., says that his neighbour has a very nervous eccentric dog, that displays a fonatuwi lor midnight vocal exercise, and desires to know a remedy. For quieting the nerves of a dog, we -know nothing oqual to strychnine. ? ? ? ?- At a ball given by the British Consul at .San Francisco to celebrate the Qoeen's birthday, a mer chant asked a young lady to dance the next polka with him, She replied, 'No sirra, I never promise ? a-head ; first come, first ^s,erve,d/is my tiokpt. ' 1: - ' Not VicionS tor FuYVnti.^— **Is your Jifirse perfectly genUe, Mt. Trotti^ *? ' Pei&cW^tfae,. sir'.- 'The only fault he has got— if jthitte i ftult— , is a playful habit of exteriding'tbe hmdtr hoo1s-it-w and then.' ' By extending the hinder tooft; joii don't mean kic...

Publication Title: North Australian, Ipswich And General Advertiser, The
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LATEST INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 13 January 1857

LATEST INTELLIGENCE. By the Boomerang steamer tte'hatfo been put in possession^ Sydney dates, to the Sith iiist. The news is of wry little Importance. We observo that the returns of the receipts of tho Sydney Custom-House, for the quarter ended 31st December last yeasv amounted to £127,925 14». -10J., and is an increase of £49,109 3s. Sd. as compared with the corresponding quarter of 1855, The returns for the two odtports,;iae\rcastle and Brisbane, Imd only beon reCRlved up to the end of November, 1856, and arc as follows :— Brisbane, £18)126 Ws.; New castle, £7,066 7s. Hi., ./ ., , r; Goelotig has teen visited with a. very serious fire, which, it is stated, destroyed property, to the valuo -of £50,000. *The greater portion »f the buildings, oh the north eido of tho Market Square -are destroyed., - We take the following from theStydney Homing .ifcraW of tho 1st 4nBtaut:—. '$J: ,i-V-? ?? '.'??; NpyELSix-WHEBi^WAqop'ff.— \^o.are inrlebtodtda .cprr^pon^ert \t[ wwfkiag ; man)] tipr tUe ...

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