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

TASMANIA. We have Lanncestou papers to the lOtb instant. The Twiiar Regatta took place oil the 9th instant, at Stephenson's Point, Launcoston, in presence of the Governor, Lady Young, and a large assemblage ot ciuiens, On the Bth, J)r. JCenworthy was enter tained at a public dinner prior to his departure for Europe. The doctor, who bad long been a resident of the district, was presented with an address ex pressive of the high opinion entertained of his pro fessional and private character. On the 9th instant, a man named John Murray was sentenced to death by Judge Fleming for the murder of one Robert Bennett, on the 7th March, 1865.

Publication Title: North Australian, Ipswich And General Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
NICOLAIEFF AND CHERSON. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 5 February 1856

NICOLAIEFF AND CHERSON. The following minute particulars of these places —likely soon to occupy a conspicuous place in the annals of the war— will be read with interest :— Kicoloicff, situated in a fine plain, on tbe south side of tbe Irigul. near its junction with the Bug, is about 100 miles from Pcrekop, and 107. from Odessa, while Cbcrsoii, between Nicolaicff and Pcrekop, is 40 miles from tbe former. Kicolaiuff was' founded in 1791. an5 has increased in importance .since the Ad miralty was transferred there from Cherson. The town, which stands on a good deal of ground, con-, tains wide and regular streets, many of them planted with trees on both sides, but in general badly paved. Almost all the houses are built of BtQlie, but though many of them arc. elegant, few can pretend to any magnificence. Tlie museum, or DepSt de Chartcs, as it is called, founded by the Marquis de Tmversey, contains, besides a good collection of maps, charts, instruments— as quadrants, telescopes, &amp...

Publication Title: North Australian, Ipswich And General Advertiser, The
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DIFFICULTIES WITH THE NATIVES IN NEW ZEALAND. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 5 February 1856

DIFFICULTIES WITH THE NATIVES IN NEW ZEALAND. (From the Saithtm Cross, January 8.) Our readers will remember that, a few weeks ago, we recorded an outrige committed ou Mr. Sutton, a settler in the thinlj populated district of Kuraka. The circumstances a-e shortly these : — Five natives entered his house n the forenoon of a sunnv day, about tn-o months ego, and whilst one of them at tracted bis attention by asking a question, the others struck him *om behind with clubs and toma hawks, wounded (tim severely with the latter, and having beaten hii* into a state of partial- insensi- bility, bound- hir/ band and foot and deliberately carried off property to the value of sixty pounds, and money; to stlje amount of twelve pounds more. Mr, Sntton racovpred of hiswounds in about three weeks, and then nought redress from the authorities in Auckland.' .?;... ; As the perpetrators had been known to the Ge neral Government for some time previously, the Native Commissioner was despatched to Waiuku...

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LOCAL AND DOMESTIC. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 5 February 1856

LOCAL AND DOMESTIC. Breach op this Cattle Act. — At the Police Office, on Wednesday, a man named Peter Hallam was summoned before the Bench charged with having illegally used a cow the property of John Rankin, bsq. The complainant stated that from information which he had received, he was induced to visit the itockyard of the defendant, in company with Mr. Conlson, where he saw the cow in question hailed up, and the boy about to milk her. The cow vasjmr, mediately demanded, but was refused to be g-?mKF but upon complainant havine threatened to takVgro^ ceedimjs, tbe auimal was wen restored. The' de fendant excused himself by stating that the cow had been driven by mistake alone with other cattle into his stockyard. The Bench, however, disbelieved ms statement, and taking into consideration the fact of his being an old offender, sentenced him to be im prisoned for two calendar months in Brisbane gaol. ; Reau-Ai)Miba.l Kino, M.C. — We bave .great plea sure in congratulating the colony...

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

A GENTLEMAN'S TUBN-OUT. A Splendid nearly new Dog Cart, witha. capital Gig Horse, and Harness all complete. B, P. WHITEHOUSE HAS received instructions to SELL BY PUBLIC AUCTION, At Mr. Gobdos'b Livery Stables. On Wednesday {To-Morrow). 6tU February, A Firstrate new DOG CABT, with a capital HORSE, and HARNESS. &c.. complete. The above Doe XJart ,wm built expressly to order, strong, serviceable, and %ery mutable for tho roads of the northern districts. Terms, at Sole. SHINGLES, SHINGLES. ft. P. WHITEHOUSE TX71LL Bell by Public Auction, on WEDNES W DAY, FEBRUARY «th, at his Residence. Brisbane Street, 10,t)00 Heary gine Shingles. Te%B,**Sh. No- Reserve.. . ? y ?? ?? -' '?'? ? i ? . farm to let. AN Excellent Farm ;Of Land now under cultiva tion, with Dwelling House, Barn, Dairy, &*., With the Horse Stock, and about 60 Milch Cows, And Fanning Implements, To be leased for a term of years as may be agreed on. Apply to JOHN PETTIGREW. Ipswich, Feb. 4th, 1866. To the .Elector...

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

. STEAMERS BREMER AND HAWK. jgjfr^H The undersigned Leg to notify that SR}|(|kj&-. they are prepared to receive WOOL, SJUtMNMi^' **?»' *°r transmission to Brisbane, or q^^gaACT Sydney, either by Steamer or Sailing Vessel, at listed as low. as those charged by any other party; THOS. BOYLANB & Co., Agents fob Bbekeb aitd Hawk. Ipswich, Oct. 18th. 1856% .,. . A^ The S ABLl| CHIEF, ,100 tons, Captain ^y&. Lake, will £ail for the Above, port a few jJuUK^. days after'her arrival from Sydney. ' S&BMg^ For Freight or Passage apply, to «SBBS5W J. * G. HARBI8, or, E. TOWNS & Co. Brisbane, January 21, 1856. Seiiuction of 25 $ Gent, in the Rate* of Premium on. Country Risks. THE LIVERPOOL AND LONDON FIRE AND LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY. Head Office of thr Australasias Branch, Wynyaud Bquabb, Sydney. Board of Directobs in Sydsey. Hon. Sir Charles Nicholson, M.L.C., Chairman. John Gilchrist, Esq., Deputy-Chairman. Q. K; Holden, Esq. 1 Win. Walker. Esq. Edw. ICuo...

Publication Title: North Australian, Ipswich And General Advertiser, The
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THE NORTH AUSTRALIAN. IPSWICH, TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 5, 1856. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 5 February 1856

THE NORTH AUSTRALIAN. IPSWTCIT, TUBSDAT, FEBRUARY 6, 1850. We understand the question respecting .the site of the New Gaol, for the erection of which the Legislative Council voted tho Bum *6t £20,000, vf as referred to the opinion of the Judges in Sydney, and they have recom mended unanimously that it should be built in this town, as the most central position in the district. Now, we do not notice this feet with the view of making a boast that our town should have beeu selected as the most eligible situation for the building, but with the view of showing that the authorities have at length become fully alive to the necessity of placing it where it will be most convenient to the inhabitants of the surrounding districts ; and as evincing a disposition to remedy one of the many inconveniences arising out of the establishing of all the public buildings and office** in one particular place, irrespective of its eligibility with regard to governmental pur poses. The rapidly increasing popu...

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 5 February 1856

SHJPPPG INTiiEKl^CEi ABiiVA%i?; January 36. — Boomerang, steamer, 400 tons, O'Beilly, from Sydney, January 22. Passensers — Mr. E. S. Warry, Mr. C. S. Warry, Mr. JfoweT Bev. Mr. Birch, Mr. H. Bichavds. Muter C. MsckenziD. Captain and Mrs. O'Connel, and 2 servants, Mrs. E. F.lRobcrts and servant, Mr. and Mrs.MaUy, Mr. Grogan, Mr. Scott, Miss Thomas, and 15 in the steerage. , ' ; January 29.— Sable Chief, schooner, 100 tons, Lake, from Sydney. Passengers— Mr. Carlo O'Cou nel, and 12 in thesteerage. , February 8. — Brcadaloane, steamer, Slioll, from Sydney, 80th ultimo. . . , February 4. — Shamrock, steamer, 250 tons, Pa terson, from Sydney, 30th ultimo. Passengers— Mr. John Smith, Mr. W. P. White, Mr. A. Manning, Mr. H. Sandemm, Mr. John Wtiley, Mr. J. Flem ing, Mr. C. Gorry, Mr. Hornby, Mr. Wilson, Master Cain, and 16 in the steerage. DEPABTUBES. January 30. — Boomerang, steamer, 400 . tons, O'Beilly, for Sydney. Passengers— Miss Thorn, three Misses Dorsey, Miss Garrett, Mr. More Dil...

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

BRISBANE REGATTA. ( From the Moreton Bay Free l'rcti.) Saturday, the 26tb ult., being the anniversary of the foundation of the colony, was gunerallv observed as a holiday, although its being the last day in tha week compelled the majority of the storekeeper;- to keep their establishments open. A large number of the inhabitants ' turned out,' however, and as tbe regatta had been advertised to take place, tbe river became the centre of attraction. The brigantine Raven, which had been placed at the disposal nf the committee by Captain Brown, was moored in the centre of the stream as a flagship, while tbe harbour master'H schooner Pearl was brought into requisition as a committee vessel. The river presented a gay and animated spectacle from the number of sailing and rowing boats, and other craft, which had been made to look their best for the occasion, and not withstanding the threatening aspect of the sky, a goodly assemblage of persons gathered upon the high bank of the/river on the n...

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MORETON BAY HORTICULTURAL SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 5 February 1856

MORETOIfBAYHORTICULTDRAT, SOCIETY: (From the if. h. Cuuiier.) The January exhibition of tlic above society was' held in the hall of the School of Arts, on Tuesday last. The room was very prettily decorated for the occanion with a groat variety of beautiful plants, brought in trom tbe scrub, .and very tastefully arraiiKud by Messrs. Hill and Caldivell. Tliis ren dered tbe exhibition as pleasing tu the ej'e of visitnrn as an in-door exhibition could wtsll be. But we are at a loss to know why thsse exhibitions are con-1 twiiied to be held witbm tbe confined space of four brick walls, while we have a place iu cyeiy ffjj. adapted, and most beautil'ully situuted, for siieir'J1 purpose, in the Botanical Gardens. There ntny, however, be some reasons known to the Utunagiuy committce of which we are ignorant. We rugai-d the exhibition, on the whole, as equalling, if nol surp:iBsing, any previously held in Brisbane. Among the articles which struck us as being par ticuliirly worthy of notice, w...

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

WOOL. The wool market for the month of October is re ported, as follows in circulars, dated November 1. Messrs. Abratn Gartside and Co. say : — During the past month the tone of the woolmar ket by private contract has been flat, the amount of business has been considerably curtailed, and prices in most instances have declined 5 to 10 per cent. As the consumption is yet in a fair state, though less brisk than before, and the total stock is light, it is probable that the present depression is mainly at tributable to financial pressure. Our supplies of foringn are -very limited, tod not ..fiiatefufUy exceed-' -i% -ovom the present 'fetagttant g&njuia f Oporto, Frontier, Lisbon, Barbary, Peru, Lima, fine Turkey, and similar kinds are inquired for. Egyptian is quiet, particularly if mixed with Syriat. The stock of River Plate kinds is much reduced; and the assort ment not choice ; but weH-conditioneft Merino and Mestizo lots would find purchasers ; Cordova is not active. No chang...

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

COHMEBCIAL BEFORT. Business is tolerably brisk, and about the usual quantity of produce has arrived during the week. The following produce has been received and for warded to Brisbane for ' shipment, viz. : — From Messrs. W. Gray and Co. 's stores — 5 bales wool, DT ; 10 ditto, B; 20 ditto, T .over o; 30 ditto, GD ; 21 ditto, SW over Wambo -, 17 ditto, JS. From Messrs. Boyland and Co.'s stores — 80 bales wool, McLeau ; 1 ditto, R. Gill; 1 do. G. Thorn; 20 ditto, LEL ; 10 ditto, F. Bracker; 1 bale skins, 8 bundles ditto, Bell, Jimbour. There is no alteration in the price of flour.

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COUNCIL PAPER. REPORT FROM THE SELECT COMMITTEE ON THE STATE OF AGRICULTURE. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 5 February 1856

COUNCIL PAPER. REPORT FRrfM THE SELECT COMMITTEE ON THE STATE OF AGRICULTURE. The Select Committee of the Legislative Council, ap pointed on the 3rd of July last, ' to inquire into and report upon the State of Agriculture in- the colony, with special reference to Ahe rawinir of | whoaten grain, and to the causes pf hiiidranoe : or failure in that industrial pursuit, whether arising from the social condition of the .people, the policy of the Government, or the. physical character of the country,'; ha ve.-.^grie/J tojtlie following Report:— Joi, ,,;,.,', &,;[ ,,,i ;r The .inquiry which your committee,., fi)Mfl4£fm enabled to institute 4ias been too(.lituited,/;on^}^ny^ the magnitude of the variouB^fmeresisfixyt^ff^i^ the subject under investigation, Jor.tJbe^rto.sinirQdT in their report ' Jo your honourable Hipuije iany Siiecifip ' recommendations based upon evidence so full and ! conclusive as they, would f.oel_ necessajj to support : them in such a course. The circumstances ...

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LATEST WOOL SALES. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 5 February 1856

LATEST WOOL SALES. Sale by Edenborougb & Co., on October 19tk. Ex Mar}- Holland : H&D in diamond, 3 at 22Jd., 19 at 22d., 1 at 21d., 9 at 20J(l., 9 at 20d., 4 at Hid., 18 at 19d., 2 at 14R, 2 at 154d.,- 3 at 9£d., 2 at 8Vd.; J.P. under, 1 at 20d., 2 at 18d. ; DS uuder, 2 at 19i.; JW, 4 at 22&d., 3 at 21d., 1 at 18d., 1 at 17Jd., 1 at 6Jd. Ex Henrietta: H&D in diamond, 2 at 21d., 11 at 19id., 14 at 19d., 2 at 18Jd., 1 at 16d. ; JW, 7 ai 21Jd., 5 at 21d., 5 at 20d., 1 at 19d.. 1 at lGJd. Sale by T. B. Hughes, October 23rd. Ex Mary Holland, from Bloreton Day : TR over DURAH, 15 at 17$d, 2 at 17d. ; W oyer JC over C, 6 at 17}d- ; B under, 1 at 16}d. ; & over JC over A, 1 at 17(1. ; H over JC over C, 13 at IGJd. ; Caliguel, 29 at 15c}. Ex Henrietta, from Moreton Bay : E over JC over A, 2 at 17£d. ; E over JC over B, 5 at 17d., 8 at 16Jd. ; C under, 9 at 16Jd. ; 9 at lojd. ; W over JC over B, 2 at 17d., 3 at 16Jd. Sale by Messrs. Charles D. Jacomb, ...

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To the Editor of the North Australian. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 5 February 1856

tb thimitor of tfie ATOrih Australian. '. Bib,— The frienas of Dr. Darsey-and Mr. V, A. Forbes having both, publicly, canvassed the Con stitnencyjf/iriiieir respective champions, it is to be pres-iraedihat ilic character -and pretensions of each are'fpir and; legitimate objects of newspaper criti icim*nd investigation. ; ..._.'V... . .''.'. . . .what our good friends in Brisbane will say.to the Qiaun IpswicKbaB made of nominating two out Of the three popular, candidates remains , to be dls ^vored; it inay be they have no good men and true of. tueiroivn to bring forward, or it may : Jie they ncquidsce in the nominated of Wmestone. . . ., Mr. l'orbea.;as I? well known, !b a native^ of tlie Colony,-T-of Jiberal sentiments, thorough apprecia tion of our Cbn-titution&l liberties, and up to the spirit of fhe age in which we live; his failings will be ibnnft to be a weakness of temper, and, to some extent, inaptitude for public speaking, arising per* haps from* functional derangeme...

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

C&i&SPOKDENCE. [Tlie BHto'r ? wt*fc'*» it to be vriderslood, that while every reffsonablt inliludttHU bt allotorri, he does not idehtift) himieij ivitk'tke topitiiinu ixptosed in the eorretponi tnee piibluhjeni in tiiii JourMl. All litters which appear \tndirihu heniling are written bv parties eti ? Urtly uiieoiXieeted with the vftthdffemtnt tjjrthe Riper.]

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DRAYTON. 28th January. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 5 February 1856

D&ATTON. [FBOM On^ COBEEBPONDifeKT.] 28th January. The weather up here at present is intensely hot during the day, although we have been occasionally relieved by refreshing showers of rain towards evening. The Downs presents a beautiful green appearance, the grass growing in all parts most luxuriantly. Large quantities of wool have passed through the swamp duriug the last fortnight. At the Police Office, on Monday last, a charge of desertion was preferred by one Hose McDougall against William McDougall her husband, the case was entered into and proved ; the Bench (consisting of J. T. Bell, and Colin McKenzie, Esquires? awarded the defendant to pay a weekly sum of (10s.) ten shillings to the Clerk of Petty Sessions as main tenance for his wife. Trade, and business of all kind, seemB rather dull.

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RAILROADS, THEIR ADVANTAGES AND NECESSITY. To the Editor of the Empire. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 5 February 1856

RAILROADS, THEIR ADVANTAGES AND NECESSITY To the Editor of the Empire. Sib, — No man can approach this subject without being deeply impressed with its importance, involving in its consideration immense expenditure, counter balanced by commensurate advantages. Whether tne Herculean nature of the task, is compensated by subsequent facilities must be determined by the test of time. One thing is cerfiun, that the interior of this country has been to as a barren field, rather through our own apathy and penuriousness than any physical impossibility. Nature has done much for us; and shall we still neglect to remedy her defi ciencesi We can obtain all the agricultural and other produce which we impart ; but at present those productions are, for want of conveyance, inaccessible to us, because the cost of carriage swallows up their value. And this anomalous state of things must continue till we are made fully sensible of the enor mous advantages we resign. Indeed it comes to this, that either...

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THE STATE OF AGRICULTURE IN NEW SOUTH WALES. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 12 February 1856

THE STATE OF AGRICULTURE IN NEW SOUTH WALES. The following document is appended to the evidence given before the select committee on the state of agriculture, by Mr. John Robertson, of Yurrundi. On entering: unon the sublect under inaulrv bv the committee, it is my purpose to assume that the state of agriculture, in general, and of wheat, in the colony, is exceedingly unsatisfactory ; and, if not absolutely declining, instead of progressing, is at least so with reference to population. Because, on the one hand, I conceive that an elaborate exposition of facto, proving such to be the case,' would be fxra sidered a work of supererogation ; and; on the other hand, that should proof be required, it is to be found in the public statistics of the colony on the snbjectj and, certainly, can be obtained with greater«ccuracy and. facility in the city than in a country district. In considering the other brandies of the matter, while promising not to be unnecessarily discursive, I bope I may be...

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SEPARATION. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 12 February 1856

SEPARATION. {From the Sydney Morning Jlirdd.) The franters of the Constitution Act were desirous of preventing the scycranee of tbe colony without tho concent of the new Parliament. To make them selves sure thev inserted in the Constitutional Am a clause intended to restrain the discretion of the Crown. lit was not uhforseen by many thai t£h- design would be received with little favour at Dow ning Street. Accordingly, the * Act of the British Parliament, which has sanctioned the New Consti tution, has provided for the separation, and reserved to the Crown a legislative power, not very definitely expressed.' The Queen U authorised by Order in Council to establish the New Colony, to £x its boundaries and to constitute its Government— with this proviso, that it shall as nearly resemble the Government of New South Wales as .the circum stances of the new «olony may allow.' The same Order in Council will authorise the Legislature of the colony so constructed to make further provision for ...

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