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INTER-COLONIAL NEWS. VICTORIA. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 27 January 1857

INTER-COLONIAL NEWS, VIOTORlA. - Tlia nonjiiiatt'oii of candidates for die vacaiicy in ihe represeutatioi; of ilulbourue, occasioned by, the ijesiguatioji of Wr.'O'Sliaiiassy, who' wjis elected' for two coustjXucneies at'W:e general election, was to take place on Monday just. The Age of Saturday says :— ' There Mill, we hear, be a contest for the city. In ii&ilitjou to Slessw. Langknds and Ohap inaiij a new candidate will appear iti the person of Mr. VoleutiiiB Hejlicar. It is not presuming, too mucli to say that Mr. Jfellicarwill be a Goreipment canilidatc. JJe j-cceived the support of the -3k-vern- ment whcii.a candidate for Rodney, during the recent election. He is 110/ JJkeJ^ to tie less of a €tevern ment man iiow.1 However, we sb.aU see b'dw the several candidates devclopo tJiemselvcs wfteii- they come before the people.' ? sir, uruiKsuanic nag introduced juto tue iegisla tive Couucil a Dill 'to amend the present County Courts' Acts, of which tlie folirrtrjng is an outl...

Publication Title: North Australian, Ipswich And General Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
LETTERS TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 27 January 1857

LETTERS TO THE EDITOR.' [The Editor wishes it (0 be understood, thai while every reasonable latitude tci/l be allowed, he, does not idmtij himself with the opinions expressed in the correspond ence puMvslud in this Journal. All letters whicli appear under Uju heading are written by parties air Urely unconnected with Hie management of tlie Paper,] Sift,— Tie press of the district liaviug unsparingly reprobated tlie conduc|t#f Mr. Holt for his vote on the Separation question, perhaps you will permit an outsider to say a few word» in exculpation aw defence. The writer did not support that gentleman at .the last election, and considers that the vote io question, in say the. least, was an imprudent one. The undersigned lately received a note from Jlr. Holt, in answer to a previous communication, in whicli he says— : '1 assure yputhatlhavo no wish to retain my seat one. moment longer than I rotaju the confidence of my constituents ; but no torturecouid compel me to resign wider a,chargo t...

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

FOE SALE, Dranglit BEprae and Harness, fee., &c, ' -v Without reserve. SCOTT & Co. TT71LL Sail V Public Auction, at their Sale If Y*ras, -aKf.^ ? Tgm^AY, ? _..«_;?'. At If O'CWWK, Al?VraST^A.TB DRAUGHT HOBSE. ^__.: HAJtWEgB, ANB DRAY. HAVE leceivod instructions from *Ir- Sanvuel Crewe, to Sell by Public Auction. ?* their SALE YABDS, Ipswich, on TUESDAY, the 27th «f JANUARY, pt U o'Clock. 8 First-rate Milch Cows, with Calves, well broken-to to, bail, quiet, and well worthy the ?tteijion of parties wwKiifcipeaay Good Milkers. Terms *t Sale. Horse Sale. SCQTT & Co. HAVE received instructions to Sell bf Public Auction, at their Sale Yards, on -TUESDAY, 27tb JANUARY, *' at 12 o'clock noon, A-awunbtr'of BROOD MARES, with FOALS ; ,-? . ? also, a, .few really choice HACKS, from a Station near - - , Ipswich. , ? Terms, Cash. ?'??'?' 25 Head of Horse Stock. '.:. ???s ' SCOTT &-Jo. %T£VE received instructions from Henry Wilks, f .:?'?. JEgn ? to Sell by Public A...

Publication Title: North Australian, Ipswich And General Advertiser, The
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THE NORTH AUSTRALIAN. IPSWICH, TUESDAY, JANUARY 27, 1857. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 27 January 1857

THE NORTH AUSTEMIAN. irSWWtr, TUESDAY, JANTJARYZI, 1857. We observe by the latest papers, which came to hand by the Simla, that the attention of numerous writers for the London Press has been earnestly aud humanely directed to an amelioration of tho present social condition of the working classes With respect to the hours of labour, and the necessity for devoting every Saturday afternoon as a period of relaxation and repose. This proposition has found many ible advocates, and none more so than a writer in the Times, who, in pointing out the defects of the social organisation of the mother-country, has come to the conclusion that it has at length become indispensable for the happiness of the operatives that they should have a little less work, aud a little more play. In short, the Saturday's half holiday movement ib decidedly progressing; and the best means of providing recreations for those who earn their bread By the sweat of their brow has been discussed at numerously attended mee...

Publication Title: North Australian, Ipswich And General Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 27 January 1857

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVALS. January 25. — Breadalbano, steamer. Murphy, from Sydney on the 22ud. Passenger — Miss Mehan. No cargo. January 25.— Uncle Tom, schooner. .Swatridge, from Sydney January 17. DEPARTURE. January 23.— Boomerang, steamer, 400 tons, Captain 0*Reaiy, afor Sydney. Passengers— Mr, Moore Dillon, Mr. 3. B. Grego, Mr. T. Robinson, Mr. Scott, Mr. Pi ing, Mr. Miles, Me Wilson, Mr. Barrett, Mr. FavielL Mr. Walsh, Mr. Cerneld, Mrs. Wallace, Mr. Ottcn, Me Fancett, and $Z in the steerage. . IMPOSTS. Boomerang ; IS *bags flour, S -do. -onions, A1iem ; 10 bags flour, 10 packages, Boy land; 2 jparc'els, Baufc of N. S. Wales; 1 do., Bailey; 1 package, Ballard; 1 parcel, Bauaes; 3 packages, Buckley.; 3 do., Bnrtley ; cot, Barker; 1 case, Beattie; 1 parcel, Beit ; 20 cascB gin, 10 Sojjirandy, 2 hogsheads rum, 2 chests tea, 2 casks wtnefThegshead do., Birkman ; I pared, Mrs. Chappie; 1 case.TCeetin^sJIubbard; 1 parcel, Campbell.; 12 packages, Cribb fc Foot^ 1 parcel, Craies ...

Publication Title: North Australian, Ipswich And General Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 27 January 1857

At Ipswich, on January lltli, Benjamin, the oldest ?ou of John HacksuaJi. cged S8 years And 11 months. On Saturday, tho 17 th Instant, onboard the Boom craw, steamer. Hi. Samuel Owens, senior, aged 60 Yj&aTSV *.?*'?,-'''? On Wednesday, the 21st irisfc., after Four days' illness, Francis, son of Mr. John Clime, tf Nicholas Street, Ipswich, aged fifteen mouths. Ipswiqh Equitable Investment and Building Society. K'OTTfrC* t* *ereby given that a SPECIAL GENERAL MEETING OF SHAREHOLD ERS witt^ held at the OLD COURT HOUSE, Brisbane Street, on TUESDAY, the 3rd FEBRU ARY', at 7 tfClock, to take into consideration th- propriety of making advances- on Buildings othei than of Brick or Stone. ' , . .By order of the Committee, HENRY U. COCK.BURN, . ? ? Secretary; for sale; IK AA (One Thousand Five Hundred) EWES )tJ\J\J 8 years old to aged ; fit for Brooding oi FattenbiK. Apply to Messrs. GEO. RAFF & Co., Brisbane: «r,io 3. HOOKE. Weranga, Dec. 11, 1866. PORfiALB, nnr- MIXED SHpEP,...

Publication Title: North Australian, Ipswich And General Advertiser, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 3 February 1857

??$& NORTH AUSTRALIAN is published every Tuesday morning, and forwarded to country subscribers by that day's mail. ' ..ITOW.A., s' 'Tebms: ?- Per quarter,' in advance .... 6s. 6dL 'Per quarter, credit ? 7b. 6d. Single number^ sixpence. The Quarters will termi* in'ate on jthp -31st March, 30th June, 3('th Septem ber; and Slit December, at which periods- only con resignation Dc.received. No orders for withdrawal wUl be attended to unless given in writing. New subscribers wiU he charged from the date of com* mending their subscription. AaVertisemeiits will be charged at the rate of ?-? ? . . ? ???? s. -a. „ Two lines. ? I 0 Four „ ? ..;...? ? 20 Six ......... ^,... ? 8 6 .... Eight,. ,.;.....*... ? S 0 Evfirjr additional ;Uich ........ 1 0 The number of inwsrtfmuniuBt be written on each advertisement, or they will be obntirinM until coun tormindod, and charged ttcoordiugiy. ' All Orflfers land CommunlcatirtnR to be sent to iHjb Editor, or to Messrs. R 3;. and A. O.BAVb, sole Pr...

Publication Title: North Australian, Ipswich And General Advertiser, The
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MISCELLANEA. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 3 February 1857

MISCELLANEA. Why are fowls tho most economical things farmers keep? — Because, for every graiu they give a peck. Why is a horse half way through a gateway like a penny ? — Because it is head ou oue side and tail on the other. Wuat is the diflV'rence between a young girl and .in old hat? — Merely a difference of time — one has feeling and the other has felt. Interesting to Boys. — A gentleman recently entered an establishment where ho knew they ivuuted aji apprentice, and said ' I've got. a boy for you, sir.' Glad of it; who is he ?' asked the 'man of the large establishment. The gentleman told the boy's name, and where he lived. ' Don't want him,' said the foreman, ' he has got a had mark.' ?' A bad mark, sir; what?' 'I met him everyday with a cigar in bis mouth,' replied the foreman. ' I don't want smokers.' WhaI1 a Shame I — A chimney-sweep was last week committed six weeks to jail by the Durham Magistrates for beating his wife. On leaving the court, in custody, the prisoner met h...

Publication Title: North Australian, Ipswich And General Advertiser, The
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PARLIAMENTARY PAPER. NORTH AUSTRALIAN EXPEDITION. Sydney, 7th January, 1857. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 3 February 1857

PARLIAMENTARY PAPER. NORTH AUSTRALIAN EXPEDITION. ; Sydney. 7th January, 1857. SlR,—T have the honour to transmit, for the infor mation of his Excellency the Governor-General an ' ^Outline of the proceedings of the North Australian JSspedlttoh, from the period of -leaving the Victoria, . :«n the Slat Jane, to the 16th December, 1S56, when .'the exnedition reached Brisbane. 2. The exploration of the interior, beyond the sources of the Victoria Biver. having been carried to the full extent that the resources of the expedi tion wonld admit, I made preparations for carrying pot that part of the instructions relating to the exploration' of the country between the Victoria and Albert Biverg. ' ? ... 8. In making these arrangements it was i desirable 0 provide against any contingencies which might prevent the laud party obtaining supplies from the Totn Tough at the Albert Eiver, which I had ap ? pointed as a rendezvous for the expedition; and it : thus became necessary to reduce the land p...

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SELECT POETRY. COMETH A BLESSING DOWN. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 3 February 1857

SEXEOT POETRY. nnMTBTH Jk KL.ESSIVG DOWN'. Not to the man of dollars, Not to the man of deed*, Not to the tuan of cunning, Not to the man of creeds, Not to the one whose passkra I« for * firorld'swnown, Not in the form of fashion, Coweth a blessing flown. 'Hot onto land's expansion, Not to the miser 8 chest, Not to the princely mansion, Not to the blazoned crest. Not to the sordid worldlin g. Not to the knavish clown, Not to the haughty tyrant, Cometh a blessing down. Not to the folly' blinded. Not to the steeped in shame. Not to the carnal-minded, Not to unholy fame. Not in neglect in duty, Not in the monarch'* crown, Not at the smile of beauty, Cometh, a blessing down. )Bnt tti'the tfne^vjiose epitit Yearns for the great and good ; tlnto the one whose storehouse Yieldeth the hnngry food ; tJnto the one who labours, Fearless nf foe or frown ; Unto the kipdly-lieartRd,' Cometh a blessing dovrn.

Publication Title: North Australian, Ipswich And General Advertiser, The
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PART OF A CATECHISM PUBLISHED BY AUTHORITY FOR THE USE OF SCHOOLS. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 3 February 1857

PART OF A CATECHISM PtJBLTSHKD BY AUTHORITY FOll THE USE OP SCHOOLS. [From the Empire.) A. What is responsible government ? Any go* vern ment that answers. From ' respondeo,' ' I answer.' A. How does the present government answer? B. ft answers Thomson, Parker, Manning, Donald son, &c, very well. A. Is respons-ble government popular? B. Yes. A. How ? B. It pleases people. A. What people? B. The people who hold and expcetplaces under it. A. what does the word 'Ministers' mean? B. Servants. A. Are present ministers servants? B. Yes, when they write letters and subscribe themselves, ' Your obedient servant.'. A. What are ministers remarkable for? B. Mag nanimity. A.'1 Where is this strongly laid down? B. In Manning's speeches. A. State derivation and meaning of the word. B. From 'magnus,' 'great;' 'animus,' 'mind' — meaning '* to have a great mind.' A. How do ministers carry thin out? B. By. har ing a great mind to do many things. For instance, they had a great mind to resign, ...

Publication Title: North Australian, Ipswich And General Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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VICTORIA ASSEMBLY MEMBERS' QUALIFICATION BILL. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 3 February 1857

VICTORIA ASSEMBLY MEMBERS' QUALIFI CATION BILL. The following is the speech, as reported in the Velbournt Herald of Thursday lnst, delivered by Mr. Duffy in the Legislative Assembly, on the 6th inst , on moving the second reading of the 'Assembly Members' Qualification Bill,' on which occasion the Ministrv were defeated by a majority of 28 to 21 : — Mr. Duffy rose and moved the second reading of the bill to abolish the property qualification required; by members of. that uonse. In .doing so he said,-H the ancient practice. of Englar.d and the present! practice of all the other countries of the world which, enjoyed free constitutions, was that: the 'electors oonld send any oue of their own body,. who -was n natural born cidEen of the State, to be their repre 8Brite.ti v« ; and tho bill before the House simply proposed to make this universal practice the la wot Victoria. No reasoi could be urged for requiring that a man elected* to, frame \ laws for a country should posKessa certain q...

Publication Title: North Australian, Ipswich And General Advertiser, The
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THE NORTH AUSTRALIAN. IPSWICH, TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 3, 1857. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 3 February 1857

THE NORTH AUSTRALIAN. IPSWICH, TUESDAY, FEBRUARY &, 1857. Amonq tho mauy projects that have lately been mooted by thoughtful nnd intelligent residents connected with the present and future prosperity of the towu^-and not ouly of the town, but of the district also — the establishment of weekly wool sales is one of the moEt important, and one which should occupy the attention of every person zealous iu pro moting and encouraging the trade of the place. Indeed, it lias been & matter of astonishment to us that greater exertions have not been made to establish Ipswich as the dep6t for the reception and sale of the staple product of the iuterior, for which its situation and the enter prising character of its merchants eminently qualify it. *' We are perfectlyf well aware that a large portion of each season's clip »ya^ necessarily be seat to Sydueyto meet engagements by parties who are not free to deal with their wool as if they were untrammelled, but the number of these is...

Publication Title: North Australian, Ipswich And General Advertiser, The
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SHEEP INSURANCE. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 3 February 1857

SHEEP INSURANCE.. IFfom 4he Border Pott.) On the yuHoub descriptions of, colonial produce, there are none .which have earned a higher celebrity .than the Australian wool, and this branch of our exports is ou!y second in importance to tlie gold. Although the annual value of our wool produce cannot he reckoned ! at ten or twelve millions, as is the case with I the j^old yield, it is a more permanent source ' of wealth than is presented iu our auriferous deposits ; aud, moreover, it should he made to increase in erteut with every year -that passes over us. We notice with extreme regret the constant diminution, in our annual , clip of wool, for thiB commodity is tho uatural staple of Australia, and it was at one time generally believed that we should shortly supply the whole of the woollen factories in Englaud^ad America, to the exclusion of foreign wools. Tho decrease in the hreeding of sheep is of course attributed to tho heavy Idsbbb sustaiued by the squatters from scab and other dis...

Publication Title: North Australian, Ipswich And General Advertiser, The
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THE PARLIAMENT. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 3 February 1857

SHETAktlAMENT. Id the legislative Assembly on the Kth ultimo, Miy Hay_inpy«4 for Jpaye Jo Jiring ui^-BilWor rogiilating the, sale of Waste Lands of tbo Crown, whiob:was ^rautu^, ana tue Bnt%aBf4oau^ firat time, inft ordered .to':be YeaA. ft- Beoonatimvon Thursuay'thea2W ultimff^p' ' ' ? lT' - ; ? . '?; ;f Witnaie consent -n nje wonse wio motion tor leave -to iatroduoe ftJ3ili4o*fg«Iate*be oocapatibn of CrpwD^Ltti^B *vaB»Dgjtp,()he4.; f-h-'rw -^4 ? The Hotwe haying wgplirea lUelf tjnbot-a leom. jnjttce 9f supi,ly,a%-Poni!^on .moved jtherCoBWt' ing *i)tfi'^:-%-u'ki^i ^jJt1- :W!'T ^'''T-O li'oS^t^^erflit^Jli''.'. ii Wy?£?l$&:!to 0 Olltorpelight.V ? , v . . . . **f65. '6 .. O ft6patrsiatidiubideht«1 esnan'se*'. : £t.:^ «O © O yif,Zi-,:h-l ?'?s- '';-' ''?'? -!m-u '* '?' I''l:'-'t'48Ml!tt1'1'(i » .,,$,.-'? J. . -:1 ;-d;.Mi!.i J; 1 Mr. Egan asked how it was that tbe superintend ent * at Horeton Bay got more than those at the Floating Light and Lighthouse. Mr. Donaldson said that th...

Publication Title: North Australian, Ipswich And General Advertiser, The
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CHINA SUGAR CANE. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 3 February 1857

CHINA SUGAR CANE. {From Cai's Australian Alinanar.) That the settler in the interior may grow their own tea and sugar is one of these problematical ideas that starve with their novelty, but wo feel persuaded the dixy is not distant when such will be the case ; and the introduction of these, or any new plants as substitutes, and likely^? be advantageous to die colony in this respect, cannot but be regarded as a groat boon. The great want of the colony is labour. This has tended to retard its advancement in an immense degroe; but tho very fact of such being the case ought on that very account to set ingenuity to work, .to ascertain how far it can be dispensed with. With regard to the sugar, its consumption in the colony is very great, and its transit to the distant interior a work of much difficulty ; but if it can be produced by the settlers themselves, even though labour may be insufficient to make it remunerative as a branch of industry, still if enough can be produced for the supp...

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OBAN DIGGGINGS. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 3 February 1857

OBASf-DrGGiNGte. -The Obah diggings are again getting'ti little more lively. The claims tire Mug' j^dulailf brought into irorking order) Vthe'dainageB caused by the oft-repeatied floods ar* being re* paired ; and if the weather o«n%tteB flryfor another week or 'pen days; I tejre ij^dpufii thai; many of the miners wijl goon bo ^smilJnk on the glittering treasure itt quantities *su& fioently large to pay them for -Hrefr'tatal wo-k and outlay of oapital. - Most of $$;$el'li$| have 'had a good deal of disapppiptBieati.iLiii mauy difljoujties ^ coutend against ^iiafeotj the weather has been greatly agaUjfAt'-'all'^hg operations o,n this, field. If the 'Obaja; $M giugu tod. boei) '.projieriy opene^'tjra^ummers ago, many hundred ounces of. gold thAt'ar-a still reposing in the bed of the ' ore-!k''V6ufif l*ve been coined in the Mint at By'tfut^^J Armidale Express, January 24.

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TITLE DEEDS READY FOR DELIVERY. Surveyor-General's Office, Sydney, 16th January, 1857. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 3 February 1857

TITLE DEEDS UEADY FOE DELIVERY. Surveyor-General's Office, Svduev. 16th January. 1857. The. Deeds specified iu this list, Which have been just transferred from the Treasury; being ready for delivery, on payment of the authorised fae (authori ties must boar the signature of the grantee, attested by a magistrate), to the grantees or their agents ' duly authorised, it is requested that early applica tion may be made for them at this office. GEO. BARNEY. Surveyor-General. Stasusv. John llardgravc, Ca. ; B. Pen-in, 5a. 21p. Brisbane. George Appel, 6 of 36p. each ; Daniel Bullock, 36p. ; John Cecil, -36}-. ; James Doyle, 36p. ; John Greenaway, 36p. ; John Hardgrave, 36p. ; G. Gipps Orr, 86p., 86p. ; John Patcrson, 3Gp. ; William Qualtroiigh. 3Gp. ; Eliz. Qitultrough, 3Cp. ; James Williams, 36p. ; Thomas. Wilson, 36p., S6p. Armasv. Mary Bracker, 2a. ; I^onard Bubcck, 2r. ; Fred erick Blacker. 2 of 2r. e-M\i ; Thomas Eirkpatrick, 2a. ; Arthur Loyd, 2a. ; William Shuttlewood, 30a. Mahyhoroug...

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THE NEW ENGLAND GOLD FIELDS. THE ROCKY RIVER. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 3 February 1857

THE NEW ENGLAND GOLD FIELDS. THE BOCKY RIVER. The principal item of news from the Rooky this week is the fact of a preliminary meeting haviug been held at Mr. Alliugham's Iua;|on Thursday last, for, the purpose of considering tlie propriety of organising prospecting parties to test the numerous likelyspots on that gpld field. The meeting resolved that subscription lists should be opened for the purpdse of pro viding £uuds to support the prospecting par ties ,; and it was agreed that a public meeting be called for Thursday next, at four i?iPj,,. jit the same place, for the purpose of fin-flier p:fo moting this very desirable movement; stA preliminary meeting will also be held'ftt ''Hie Post Office, Hotel, Mount WelsU^^E %n Wednesday evening liext^ at half-past'«isE p^m., for the purpose of adoptiug rules -and regula tions for a prospecting and mining^ie&iSpKtijft We are happy to perceive tijat.QU^rfrjeOTs at the Rocky are becoming alive to thegtjat importance of having that f...

Publication Title: North Australian, Ipswich And General Advertiser, The
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NOTICE. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 3 February 1857

NOTICE. The public are informed, that as Deeds of Grant become ready for delivery, lists thereof will be pub lished in the Government Gazette, and copies of tlie same forwarded to the local land offices throughout the colony for public iuformation. In the event of any person urgently needing his Deed out of his turn, and for any specific purpose, he is requested, on applying to me for the same, to state the name of the purchaser, the area, the number -rf the lot, aud the date aud pluce of side. . , GEOKGK BARNEY, Survoyor-GfineraL

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