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

TOWN COMMOXAGE. Tho following letter has been handed to «fl by Dr. Cballinor, from which it will be seen that the Go vernment has refused to sanction the appointment of any Trustees for the Town Goinmon :—- Government 'ttesMenl's Oflice, Moitton Bay, oth Jan., ]8j?. Ptii,— lleferf ing to yei(r letter at tjic 20th October, 18SG, I do toyself the honour Jo acquaint you that I have been informed by the ' Colonial Secretoy that, in complying with the application of tlie inhabitants of Ipswich toy an enlaitiemcnjt at the '.nrpa of land routtfl that township Whicli w^s Withheld from lease, the Government had/tio ihtentton of permajicntly granting the land so reserved to trustees, hut merely of permitting it to be lif ed as ajpastoral r*5sejvo until it EllPuld be found necessary to slien'kte it. I have the honour to be, Sir, . . '?;'_ . Tour obedient servant, . (Signed) JOHN G. WICKHAM, ? ?',?:? '.???.' Government Resident. ; The, Police Magistrate, ... .; , Ipswich.

Publication Title: North Australian, Ipswich And General Advertiser, The
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TO THE INDEPENDENT ELECTORS OF THE STANLEY BOROUGHS. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 13 January 1857

TO THE INDEPENDENT ELECTORS OF THE STANLEY BOROUGHS. Gentlemen,— I have received this afternoon a requisition from certain persons, representing them selves as Electors of the Stanley Boroughs, requesting me to resign my seat as one of the members for that constituency, on the grounds, as they allege, of my hiving broken a pledge, with respect to Separation, and in fulfilment, as they State, of a promise that I would resign whenever I was requested by them to do so. Having received so much kiudnesB from the electors of the Stanley Boroughs; (for which I can never be sufficiently grateful) I must confess that I feel exceedingly grieved that such a serious, but utterly unfounded, charge should have been preferred against me, during my absence l and had myporsonaV acquaintance with the eleotorsof the Stanley Boroughs been of a longer duration, I should probably have treated the whole matter with indifference— believing, as I do, that it has originated in a party whose virulent oppositi...

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

.PRODUCE ClBOULAB. Tho very inclement state of tho weathor, ami the holidays combined, have caused the general business of the week to be most circiunsciibed, and little opportunity is consequently, afforded for comment on the state of the market. The few transactions which have taken place in wool, tallow, hides, and skins, have been at prices similar to those of last week, and the nhivels only moderate in extent. SlAi2E.— i-Vcry little has been dona except for local consumption, and for the immediate want of dealers, at current quotations, with a limited supply. Floub and Wueat. — During tho week there have been some. fnrlber additions to the previously heavy stocks, and tho markot continues iti a very tlepressod state. Sales arc effected with the greatest difficulty', even where lower prices would be submitted to. ?PnicES Cubhes* WOOL. £ «. d\ & s. d. Fine sdoured flcfico .; 0 1 9 to 0 2 1 Fine clean samples . . 0 1 6 to 0 1 9 Fair to middling ? 0 1 8 to 0 1 6 Low to ditt...

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

Drayton atid Ipswich .Conveyance, Company. NOTICE is hereby given that a Pour-horse COACH ^wUl leave SOUTH BBISBANE Tor IPSWICH ©very Monday,. Wednesday, .and Friday Mornings, at 0 a.m.', and will arrive at Ipswich At % p.m.; and on return will leave Ipswich every Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday, at 9 a.m.,amving at Brisbane at ;l:p,nn . . : Fa.be, 12s. or 80s. to and fro. . , . tBT Booking Office, at Ipswich, the Post-Office; Brisbane, Mr. Alford's, South 'Brisbane. N.B. — The Coach will proceed to Drayton as soon as the Creeks are fordable, of which due notice will be given. ,_ . ? THOMAS ALFORD, Manager. FOR LONDON. ,__,_. The Al dipper ship, NEW GREAT, XBtiSL BRITAIN, GW tons .register,, William JiMUtW H. Fairraonth, Commander, is «xpectod HB ? to arrive early in J ANU ARY, and having . Sfeft^BTJBp, ji :rn'x*'i' of her«argoengoj{ed, vfiUmeet with quick despatch- Parties having Wool or other Produce for shipment, will please communicate with the undersigned aB soon ai possible, s...

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 — 13 January 1857

SHlPPlNa INTELLIOENCK. ARRIVALS. Jannaryo — New Groat Britain, ship, 670 tons. Captain Kerr, from Southampton 21st September, with 264 Government immigrants. January 7. — Fortune, schooner, 160 tons. Captain Underwood from Sydney. ' ;??..?????? January 9.-— Boomerang, steamer, 400 tons. Cap tain O'Reilly, from Sydney 4th, and Newcastle £th instant. Passeiigore— Mr. Herman Milford, Miss Milford. Mr. P. Leslie, Mr. W. Ccslie, Mr. and Mrs. I-ippin#n and child, Mr. and Mrs, T. B. Platt, Mr. Fletcher, Mr. J. Harris, .Mr. Wiseman, Miss Fuecrin, and £ in the steerage. ' _.';''? ' . ; «EPARTgEf»: ?: January 3.— -'Raven, schooner, 120 ton?, Captain Drown, master, for Sydney; Passengers^ in 'the steerage. ..-??- January 6^-^-Yarra Yari-a,,eteamer,«'C00 tons,: Cap tain Bell, for Sydney,, Passengere— Mr. . Yaldwin, M[r;Taldwin, jnn., Mr.1- j. Hooke, Mr. Jones^Mfs. 4 ones, Miss , Jones, , Mr. . Gcprge Dnrrab, . Mr. A- ? Sandeman, Mr. Boyfle. Mr. Ashlym, flndiein th* steerage. ' ' . ' ?'''' 'r 'J...

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

MARRIAGES           December 23rd, at Sydney by the Rev William Slatyer, T. B. Platt; of Ipswich, Moreton Bay, to Annie, only daughter of the late Captain William Cain, of Liverpool, England. December 27th , by special license, at St John's Church.Brisbaiie, by the Rev, E K. Yeatman, Mr. Alexander D. Smith, chief officer of the steamship Boomerang, to Georglna,, youngest daughter of Mr. W, S. Sutton, of Kangaroo Point. . DEATHS                 January 1st; at Rosewood , Mary Burgess Mark, the beloved daughter of Mr. James Mark, aged ten months.  

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

FOE SALK. TWO HANDSOME PONIES, thoroughly broken and docile, fitted either for boys or girls; also, a Pair of Gooa HARNESS HORSES. . Apply to JAMES NOLAN, in charge, at Dunlop; or tto undersigned, TTm. TURNER. Auctioneer and Agent. rpHE undersigned begs to apprise the inhabitants JL of the northern districts generally of his having taken out an Auotiokeee'b License for the sale of Sheep, HorseB, Cattle, and general Merchandize, and that in connection With the business of General Aoeut, he will be happy to execute all commissions entrusted to him with promptitude and care. Commodious Paddocks and Yards provided for Stock, at the Swamp, Drayton. EDWARD LORD, Drayton, fith January, 18C7 IPSWICH PEOVISION STORE. LAURENCE BURGIN HA8 on hand very Superior PORT and SHERRY WINES, for Families; also MASDEO. WINE, by the Dozen ; Old Tom, real Altona, Bottled Ale ana Porter, Rum, O.P. Bell Street, Ipswich. ENGLISH HAM AND CHEESE STRONGLY recommended as really superior Articles; dried Ling Fish...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 27 January 1857

'-.'' JliBE NORTM AVsfotiLpIAN ' is published every Tuesday mbming, and forwarded to country subscribers by that dayfs mail. '' ??'-.? - , Thumb: . Per.«quarter, in advance .... 6s. 61. Per quarter, credit ? 7s. fid. Single number, sixpence Tbe Quarters will tenuN nate on the 31st March, 80th Jane, 30th Septem ber, and 8lst December, at which periods only can resignation bo received. No orders for withdrawal will be attended to unless given in writing. New subscribers will be charged from the date of com-' menctng their subscription. Advertisements will be charged at tbe rate of s. d. Two linos ? 1 ;0 Four „ ..?..;,.. 1. .......... S O fiix ., .......-.. i. ........ 2 « Eight,, ? ? .; ? 3 0 Every additional inch .-. . .n.. I 0 The number of insertions must be written on each advertisement or they will be continued until 4oun tormanded, and charged accordingly. ?'?'? All Orders ana Communication* to be sent to the Kditor, or to. Messrs. E. J. «nd A. -J. Sabs/ sole Proprietors, Noura ...

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MISCELLANEA. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 27 January 1857

MISCELLANEA. Honey very difficult to get changed.— Matrimony. The man who is. without an idea, has generally a great idea of himself . / There never was a Frenchwoman yet whpipersiiaded aerself that she was ugly, , ^ ? May I be .married, mamma,' said a pretty brunnethe of sixteen to her mother. ? For what reason V ' * Why, ma, the children have never seen a wedding— I think a marriage might please them.' . ' If there is anybody under tbe canister of hoaron that I have in utter excrescence* said Mrs Partington, 'it te a slanderer, sbing aboiit like a vile boa «-nn stricter, circulating his calomel among honest folkp. VSir,' angrily cried a little man to a religion* «p ponent, 'do you know to what sect I belong?' ' No,' replied the other, ' bat to fooiat you I should think you belonged to the insects.'. ' During a heavy fall of rain, a jfel{6w who had taken a drop, top much happened to deposit himself underneath a watertipbut. He thus,' lying alone in his glory,' over and anon exclaim...

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EMERSON'S NEW WORK ON ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 27 January 1857

EMKHSOX'S NEW WORK ON ENGLAND. The American papers announce the recrut pub lication at Boston of a new work on I0n-rhuid by Kuiereon. H is entitled ' liiiglish Traits,' and is described by a writer in the New York Tributn- as ' a thorough analysis of Eiigliflh cliai-acter, which is considered mostly from a highly favourable point of view, and discussed in the tone of a sensible, prac tical man of the world.' We subjoin a few extracts, containing Mr. Kmcrson's account of his intercourse with and judgment of some of our great literary men. Of Walter Savage Landor he writes — ' On the 1 5th of May I dined with Mr. Landor. I found him noble and courteous, living in a cloud of pictures, at Iu'r villa, Gherardcsca, a fine house, commanding a beautiful landscape. I had inferred from his books, or magnified from some anneAotcB, an impression of Arcuillcan wrath— an untamcable niitulance. . I do not know whether the imputation were just or not; but certaiuly on this May-day bis courtesy veil...

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REVIEW. Tender and True. A Colonial Tale. By the Author of "Clara Morison." Two vols. London: Smith and Elder. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 27 January 1857

REVIEW. Tender and True. A Colonial Tale. By the Author of 'Clara Mbrison.' Two vote. ( London : Smith and Elder. In the short preface to this tale we nre told that the subject is married life, and that an attempt hag been mode to depict faithfully Borne of the lights and shades of that state. This is only partly true. The main interest of the story does not depend on married life, but on the wooing of the sisters Mary and Rose, and particularly ou that ot the latter, who is the heroine of the story, and with whose happy marriage it naturally closes. Nor, though the fiction is called a 'Colonial Tale,' is there much in it having spoeinJ refer ence to Adelaide, where the scone chiefly lies. The characters and action would with very lHtte change suit England as well as Australia ; but the novelty is agreeahle, and the authoress, from experience of domestic life in Australia, is well qualified to describe its social habitudes and peculiarities. Her sketches give us, on lite whole, a fa...

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THE NEW PARLIAMENT. GORDON SANDEMAN. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 27 January 1857

' THE NEW PARLIAMENT GORDON SANDEMAN. Mr. Gordon Sandeman is the second son of Edward Sondeman, Esquire, of Jersey, by Letitia, the fourth daughter of tbe late Thomas Gordon, of Whitbonrne, Esquire, a cadet of a branch of the ducal family of Gordon. . . .„„ , Mr. Sandeman was born iu the year ibis, at Edinburgh, where bis father was formerly an eminent merchant. He received his education first at the Edinburgh Academy during the rectorship of the Venerable Archdeacon Williams, afterwards with a private tutor in Northumberland, the Bev. Marcus Dodde, a distinguished scholar and author of his day, and subsequently at the University of Edinburgh. I His original destination was the civil service of India, but bis health not permitting such intention , to be carried out, on leaving the University he was placed under the care of the head of a mercantile house iu London, where, while prpsecuting his. mercantile education, he studied with a private tutor, j the Rev. Dr. Hoppas, one of the p...

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POPULAR PREACHING AND PANIC AMONG A MULTITUDE. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 27 January 1857

POPULAR PREACHING AND PANIC AMONG A MULTITUDE. {From (he Empire's Lvndon Correspondent.) A dreadful catastrophe occurred here on Siiijday, the day of the sailing of the first Hcrew mail packet for Australia, viz., October I9tli. On that veiy day tin: following paragraph, headed as I give -it, ap peared in the Observer, a Sunday paper. ' The Subkey Concert Hall a Place op Reli giqus~ Worship. — The directors of the Royal Surrey Gardens have already, to same extent, realised the expectation expressed iu their first half-yearly re port, that they would make their monster concert hall a source of profit to the shareholders, even during the winter seasons. In fact, this building promises fair to become a suburban Exeter Hall. ' The R-iv. C. H. Bpurgeon, a Baptist clergyman, de- ' scribed by some of our contemporaries as ' the ' popular preacher,' and whoge peculiar style of pulpit ' oratory has been the subject of much newspaper commentary, has announced his intention of preach ing on th...

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LATEST INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 27 January 1857

LATEST INTELLIGENCE. Tlie Breadalbane, river steamer, having lw,d new boilers placed in her in Sydney, and been thoroughly overhauled and refitted, left that port on the 22nd instant, .aud arrived in Bris bane on Sunday evening, bringing ti»e 20th of September mail, so long overdue. -Captain Murphy brought no regular files of Sydney journals, and what papers he had SHeredelivered to the reporter of the Free Press. We are, therefore, indebted to that journal for the subjoined intelligence : — The great cricket match between the players of New South Wales and Victoria terminated in favour of .the former, who came off with flying colours. In tbe Legislative Assembly on the 20th Mr. Irving presented a petition from the residents of that portion of the Darling Dowub and Gwydir districts situated on the M'bityre Kivcr, represent ing the waut of police protection, and anggestingthe establishment of a police station at Calandouu. Mr. Hay bad postponed the introduction of his bill for the re...

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NOTICE. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 27 January 1857

KOTiCK. The public are informed, that asf Deeds of Grant become icady for delivery, listf'tjiereof willil^'pnb lislied in the Government 6Vi?ftfijt^iid..c6ples!T5f, the same Ibrwiinlud to the local laud 6ffli',Bs' throHglA)Ut the coUjjiy for public infonnation. Tn tlie oVeiit of any pftnwin urgeutjy, V«V-liug- his Deed out of^ |iis turn, and for any specinjBpurphse; lie is requested, on applying to me foj- the Sfuijie, to stefe'the natne of the purchaser, the ar^.al,' ith'o number of the lot, 'and the dftte and jilace iif $nle. ? ; ; ?' ? .'GEOftGE BAJRNJSy, ;? . Surveyor-General.

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BRISBANE CRIMINAL ASSIZES. MONDAY, JANUARY 19. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 27 January 1857

BRISBANE CRIMINAL ASSIZES. (Abridged front the Moreton Ban Courier.) Monday. .Tamdauy IS. The Brisbane Circuit Court -was opened this day at two o'clock Jjy his Honor Mr. Justice Alilford. After the formal business connected with tho opening of the Court bad been transacted, Mr. Pring, the Crown Prosecutor, announced that he was. not prepared to go on with any cases that da)', and the Court was accordingly adjourn ad till the following mornine at ten o'clock. Tuesday, Januaby 20. indecent assault. William Wood*, an elderly man, was placed nt the bar on a charge of having, at Ipswich, on the 81st October last, committed An indecent assault ou a child named Eliza Evans, about nine 3'eais of age. The prisoner pleaded not guilty, and was unde fended. The particulars of this case have already appeared ia this journal. The prisoner, in defence, alluded to a disparity in tbe evidence given by tbe prosecntrix at the ex aminations at tlie police court. lie Alleged that ho was somewhere else ...

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TITLE DEEDS READY FOR DELIVERY Surveyor-General's Office. Sydney, 15th December, 1856. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 27 January 1857

TITLE DEEDS READY FOR DBLJVEJty,' Survcyor-Generors,Of%3. , Sydney, isth December. 18SB. The Deads spoclfiad in this list, whjeh have been jiji; ti-niisffiircd from tljo Trensury, being ready for delivfcry.^on payment of the authorised fee (autWir tipB muBthear the signature of the grantee, attested by 4 magistrate), to the grantees or their agents didy -authorised, it is requested that early applica tion inay be luade for them at this .office. ' iiXHO. BAKNBY. : Surveyor-fcrcnei-al. George nyruc, 16a. ; John Collins, 8a. lr., «n.; W. OoinboH. 7a;. lr. 6p. ; John Davidson, fia., 5a ? K. E. DiK,-4u, 38p.. 4a. 32p.; Charles Vox, 3n. 3p ? Joseph Hendle, 28a. ; H. O. C. Master, 7a 2r 17p 7a. 3r.;- George Rwadkins, '2ei.'2r. -fin.; Joseph Thompson, 2a. In 24j-.; Wlllfam Woodman, 3a. 2r 30p. ; Donald Wilson, 6d; 3r, Cp. .;?'..-? BnisfrAsi!. Thomns Peency, 8T,p. ; John - Hardgnirn, 3fip. ; lohert Little, I of 36p. each ; John M'Oabe, 2 of 3Bp. each; Audrew Smith. 2 of Sup.-each; Jeremiah S...

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CIVIL JURISDICTION. THURSDAY, JANUARY 22. (Before a Special Jury of Four.) DAVENEY V. MACDONALD. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 27 January 1857

CIVIL JURISDICTION, T-*r&s»Ajr, Jakdiirt 22,. (Ueiore a Special Jury of Four.) ©AVKNEHl V. MAODONAI*. This was an action on a promissorty note for £166 ISs. 4d. for land purchased €i-oiu tho plaintiff by the defendant. Plea, fra^d^laat tfcpncBenitaiuai joa the ptri of the plaintiff. Mr. Pring appeared for the plaintiff, and Mr. Faucett and Mr. Milford for the defeiidant. Mr. Pring 'having opened the pleadings, Mr. Faucett, on whom devolved the -burden of proof, went at «ensider«ltle length into the «ineumstance8 attending the -alleged punohose. He contended that -the land mentioned in the agreement was nat that pointed out to the defendant as for sale ; that the land was described 4»y -die plaintiff as having a per manent waterhole, which was found not to be Hie case; and that it waa 'through the misrepresentation thus given that&e dc-fondaut wa« induced to sign the agreement. John M' Donald, the defendant, was sworn and ixairnnefl : I fceep the Queen's Aians' Jnn, f...

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SELECT POETRY. THE PRINTER'S HOUR OF PEACE. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 27 January 1857

SELECT POETRY. TRE PRINTERS' flODR OF PEACE. ' Know ;ye the Printer's hour of peace ? Know ye an hour more fraught with joy Than ever felt the maid of Greece When kiss'4 by Venus' om'rous boy ? Tis not When round the maty cose His nimble fingers ictus the r;/ncs ; Nor is it when with lengtben'd face The sturdy devWe tail he gripes : 'Tis not when KKW8 of dreadful note ' His tolumns all with minion fill ; 'Tis not when brother printers quote Th' effusions of his stump-worn quill ; Tis not when all his work in done, Tir'd and fatigued as any dog ; And heedless of his coming dun. Grows merry o'er a glass of grog. Nor is it when with numerous names His lengthen'd roll of vellum swells— As if 'twere toucVd by conj'ror's wand, Or grew by fairy's magic spells. No — reader, no — the Printer's 'hour. His hour of sweet and real repose, Is not when by some magic power His list of patrons daily grows ; — Bat, oil ! 'tis when the weather's clear. Or dad in hail, or rain, or vapour, He hears in a...

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LOCAL AND DOMESTIC. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 27 January 1857

LOCAL AND DOMESTIC. Oeown L^nds within the Sbtojjed Df bteipts — We observe, by a notice in tke Government Gazette, that for the future the yearly reutal for all leases of. Crown Lands within the settled districts, ob tained under the regulations of 31st of Marcli, 1848, whether fcy pre-emption or at auction, arc fixed at not less tuan il per square mile per annum. New Poiaino Places.— By a proclamation dated the 12th inst, published in the Government Gazette, his Kxcellency the Govorrior-Geheral has appointed the following additional polling-places for the elec toral district of the united pnstofal districts of Moretort, Wide Bay,1 Burnett, and Maranoa, viz,-:— Taroom and Bannes, ' in the pastoral district of Lelchhardt; and Gladstone, at Port Curtis. Perrr ^^b'sioks — His ExceNency the Governor GWieral bas been pleased, wittj the advice of the Executive Council, to appoint Mr. James .Halt to be Clerk tof Petty Sessions at Dalby, Darling Downs.— 'Goijernfn*nt fiazette. ?' ? ?? . . ...

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