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SOUTH AUSTRALIA. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 10 February 1857

SOUTH AUSTRALIA. We have received Adelaide papers fo the 10th iiiHtnnt. Tho bhxerner of thnt ilnte, in an article on tlie flour trndo of the yunr, trives a statement «-f the actual weekly exports of the period, from September ?17 to December 27. Tlie total nmouuts are 6.3'OJ tons of flour, nnd 3.3S5& quarters whent. - It is added: —-We havo supplied our own wants, and liave Rhip ped some 22.000 tons wheat and flour, for which wo have received about £480,000. The year 18S7 gives every indication of being still more prosperous. We may perhaps export 37,000 tons during 18n5\ which nt £17 10s. per ton would realize upwards of £600,000. Ono of the questions most prominently introduced nt tliu notr frequent election meetings is that of free distillation. It bus been recommended that iii-thc event of repenting the existing distillation laws, the farmer and wine-growers might bs protected against distillation from «ua;nr by (!».' imposition of heavier duties on that nrticlu. With a ...

Publication Title: North Australian, Ipswich And General Advertiser, The
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"THE IMMIGRATION AGENT TO THE COLONIAL SECRETARY. "Government Immigration Office, "Sydney, 30th May, 1856. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 10 February 1857

' TflE IMMHSBATTON AGENT1 TO TlIE COI.OXfiX SECltETABV. ' Government Immigration Office, ' Svduev, aotb 'May. 1850, 'Sm.— Tn rcturniug to you herewith the letter from the Government Besirtent at Moretou itjay, en closing one from the Poljce Magistrate at Ipswich, relative to the exnen.se of forwarding1 Iiuuiijsrants to his District from Brisbane, which was referred to me under your blank cover of tbe 27tb jnttant, I -}o myself the honour (o state, that the expense that will be entailed on Ibe Government iu the establish ment of a Dep6t at Ipswich, as reported by Colonel Gray, which is independent of tbe cost of manage-' uieut and tbe supply of furniture, &c, onlycoum'iu? rue more strojjgly ju the ojHuioji 1 have already ex pressed in my report ou the Govermaent-HcKident's letter of the -13th instant, — that it is not either ne cessary or expedient to establish a Dep&t ajtljisvricb, (which )S ouly distant dotsf Brisbane nbout fifty milefl, and accessible Anil},' \-y s...

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PRODUCE CIRCULAR. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 10 February 1857

priopucE ciacuLAn. Wool.. — Great «onfi-lence is still apparent. Another week's exceedingly liberal supplies (aeon? slderable portion being from the northward) JLiave been readily unatched away at good figures ; nnfi although there is jjo quotable f change, in prices generally, the tendency is very favourablu to growem. -' .??..???-: . . ? : - . . ? ? : s Hides akd Sheepskiss. — Extravagant rates are still being paid fpr seieet parcels of heavy hides, in some instauceii even exoeodlng extreme quoUtions. For skins there is aleo a very brisk competition, with a fair supply, and late prices are firmly bus taiticd. ? ' 1 ? 'Tai-IOW,— A Very- poor «bpv of BntupleSj scn^celf sufRclent Id tent tlie market for ^notations, whicli ape nominaUy similar to tlioae of laid -week. ' ' : BAttLfey akd Oats. — Still inBuflicinnt offering Jlo meet the wants of buyers. Hither would find ready sale oh (satisfactory tenns. ilAlzE:— The mftrket continues only moderately supplied, and some advance in price...

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CHINA. RUPTURE BETWEEN THE BRITISH AND CHINESE. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 10 February 1857

CHINA. RUPTUBB -BETWEEN THE BRITISH AND CHINESE. Canton, October 23, 185R.—H.M. ships Barracoiita mid Samxott captured the forts in Macao Passage, am' spiked tho guns. H.M.S. Coromandel landed sixty | marines to protect the factories. The Sir Clmrles I'orbes was detained to convey treasure to Hongkong. Forts taken — Two in Macao Passage, three on the Sim-Ming, and one on the Honan side. There has been a serious affair at Canton between tbo British nnd Chinese authorities, and Admiral Seymour has found it necessary, in order to bring the Chinese to reason, to bombard the town. The disagreement arose, iu the first instance, out of the seizure, by the Chinese, of some seamen of the British lorcha Arrow, as detailed in tlie following extract of a communication from Mr. H. S. Parkes, her Britannic Majesty's Officiating Consul at Canton, datvd 21st of October :— 'On the morning of the 8th instant, tho British loroliR Amitr, when lying among tlie shipping anchored before the city, was boar...

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THE PARLIAMENT. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 10 February 1857

THE PAttlJAMENT, (abri'l{/c-t), '- In the IiCjjislallve Assembly, on (be 28rd ultiino. The motion on the subject of making, -provision for the. volunteer cavalry nnd ivvlillery. of svbiob 'Mr. Clark IrvSng bad Riven notice, laphod, iu f.o;isn quence oFthe bniiDUrubli: member beiij-;; iibseiitfnim the bouse. It was understood, also, that tlio motion was out. of order. ? Mr. Trvtnff's motion. for the printing of n petition from Ibe inhabitants .of tins Darling Duwrjs and Gwydir Districts, rv.prcRnnting the wjint of police .liniteofioli, bipRud front flje sflijie cause. In the Legislative Assembly, on the 27lh ultimo, Mr. Forster moved tbe second rendiujj of tlie ?Klecfornl and TJepreRCiit.Mivr! SystiMiis1 Aniendmunt Rill in a lengthy speech, wTien the Colnnfal Sanr.s tary nioved that it b(! rend a secund time flit day Bix uiwiths, wliieih, after ?some disciiHsion, war* cur ried by a majority of 21 to 11. Only one of the Moieton liny members f Sir. Bicljardson) voted in favour of tlie ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 10 February 1857

' TO CARTERS AND OTHERS. FOR SALE, Dray, Horso, and Harness. SCOTT & Co. TTAVE received instructions to Sell by Public JUL Auctfop, at Mr. GQEDON'S Livery Stables, . THIS DAY, , ? . at 12 o'Clock, Noon, A Horse, Dray, and Harness complete ; utter which, a few unexceptionable HACKS. ' Terms, Cash. TO CARTERS AND OTHERS. FOR SALE, I Horse Dray, 3 Horses, and Harness, &c. SCOTT & Co. HAVE received instructions from Mr. Marks, to Sell by I'nblic Auction, at Mr. GORDON'S Liverv Stables. * ' THIS DAY, the 10th instant, at 5 o'clock, A First-rate TEAM of HORSES and DRAV, with new SET of HARNESS. The above .is without question a most valuable investment. Terms, Cash. Unreserved Sale of Two Horses {at the risk of the former Purchaser.) SCOTT & Co. WILL Sell liy Public Auction, at Gordon's Urery Stables, THIS DAY, One MARE, branded 4-V2. Ono HORSE, do. 57. Terms, Cash. SMALL FARMS FOR SALE. 8 Splendid Allotments of Land near the Race-course. SCOTT & Co....

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 10 February 1857

The Ipswich Mutual Benefit Investment and Building Society. THE FOURTH MONTHLY MEETING of the above Society will be held at tlie Old COURT HOUSE, THIS EVENING, FEBRUARY the 10th, at Half-past 7 o'Clock, to receive Subscrip tions and for the Sale of Shares. The Directors are requested to meet at 7 o'Clock. R. P. WHITEHOUSE, Secretary. Stoamer to Brisbane. ®5j9*ipf|j. The Favourite and Fast Steamer, '^ffiCRh^BREA DALBANJ4. Captain Muuriiv, JS Epsngx&Lwill leave Ipswich for Brisbane To %!-SSa£3*SiS morrow (WEDNESDAY), and every alternate day until further notice. 3rd February, 1857. FOR SALE, QO' MIXED SHKEP. consisting of the follow OOf J ing ages and sexes : Kwes, from 2 to 5 years. . . . COO Wethers. 2 years ? 129 Hoggets ? loG 885 now running at Messrs. Hood and Douglas's station, '1'algai, Darling Downs ; delivery to bu given im mediately. For particulars, apply to E. KNOX, Esq., Sugar Company, Sydney. m London Tavern, BRISBANE STREET, IPSWICH. TO BE LET, with possession o...

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DESCRIPTION OF THE LIGHT HOUSE AT CAPE MORETON. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 10 February 1857

DESCRIPTION OF THE LIGHT HOUSE AT CAPE MORETOK. - The following was published iu an Extraordinary Oonernvimil Gazette yesterday. The Light House at Cape Moreton is situated in — Latitude ? 27-icg. Oiniii. 8 seel „ .-.,. - Longitude ? 153 deg- 26«mn. 30 sec./ '? Fllnder And Latitude ? 27 deg. 2miu. 54 sec. '1 n_ v. . Longitude....... 158 deg. 28min. 46 sec. / '* lulC It is, a white stone tower, 67 feet in height, in cluding the lantern, aud shows a white revolving liriitof the first clans, on all points of the,horiz(n seaward, having intervals of 70 teconds between tlie brightest points. ? ? ? Tho light consists of 21 Catoptric lamps, on three faces of 7 lamps e»eh, placed in three rows, tho tipper one containing 2 lamps* the middle 3, and the lower 2. - . ? , ? ? , ': The Light Honse stands on the summit of the eastern projection of the jiorth-eaut part of Moreton Inland, aud a little more than a mile distant from tlie north extreme of the island, bearing N.W. by compass. The centre...

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 10 February 1857

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVALS. February 1. — Vanquish, Kclioouer, 128 tons, Capt. Scott, from Sydney 2 1st ultimo. February 1. — Jwto. barque, 242 tons. Captain Crown, from New Caledonia 21st January. February 2. — Hoomerone. steamer. 400 tons. Cant. O'Reilly, from Sydney January 27th, and Newcastle January 31. Passeugers— Mr. A. Raff. Master Raff. Mr. and Mrs. F. C. Enstmi. Master Aitguew. Mr. Yaldwin, Mr. Myles, Mr. Heard. Mr. Powell. Mr. Nicull, Mr. Patch, Mr. T. U. Moffatt, Doctor and Mrs. Fullertou and two servants, fifiss Yuatuian, Miss Wilson, Mrs. (iui-ry, hlra. Sobinson, Mi's, Byrne, and 18 in the steerage. February 5. — Yarra Yam, steamer. .'500 tons, Capt. Bell, from Svduey 1st and Newcastle 2nd instant. Passengers— Mr. \V. Gray, Mr. Crego, Mr. Matthews, Mr. (look, Miss Gayden, and 6 iu the steerage. DEPARTURE. February 6. — Boomerang, steamer, 400 tons, Oapt. O'Reilly, for Sydney. Passengers— Judge Milford, Mr. Lester, Lieut. Visors. Mr. Lawless, Mr. Laidley, Mr. Smith...

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VARIETIES. COMMERCIAL SUMMARY. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 17 February 1857

VARIETIES. COMMERCIAL SUMMARY. (From the Melbourne Punch.) Mr. Punch submits iu's customary review of trade operations, and commercial statistics of tbe month just ended. His information is collected from the most authentic sources, and carefully corrected in be moment of publication. . . ? . , -. Msxai*. Cold continues iq fair, demand, and first quality sovereigns are readily saleable at a pennd eachV Sydney jdltto, I9s. to 19s; M.; dummy; ditto, for gP'o.-fcrowre' window*. Is. 6d. per doten— one-and- nine night be obtained fora clean parcel. . r In iron there is little change. Good pigs, if not n»ty» have brought m much .« ten pounds each, ftusty samples Uf- unsaleable, it jbdng found thkt mfy pigs make, rusty bacon, and when once attacked. by tiais cpmplaipttbey «« difficult « cure. A slight movement wxjurjfld , in Scotch pigs; just before Chriptotd, wd a-icargorf young porker* for Fulton's foundry have been landed In prime condition. : Tin .Das, been lively, :». largo (quantity ...

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THE PARLIAMENT. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 17 February 1857

THE PARLIAMENT. In the Legislative Couucil, on tbe 23nd ultimo, an muudment, moved by-Mr. Johnson, to; the eflfect thitt the Mayor shall be elected by tbe general bffd^ of the «ltizens from the number of aldermen', was carnea. -rnis decision was, however, reversM «n the 1st instant; ^Idermen are to elect tho mayor The Gold Fields' Management Bill was read a second time. . ; . On the same day the House of Assembly «ventinfo Committee of Supply, in which the Estimates' for tha Sydney Water Police and tho Metropftlft^i Police were reduced, tbe .latter bythe sum of £9-8B were passed. i.In J?J6. I-«P«'»tiTe Assembly, on the 23rd ultimo,' Mr. riddington asked lbo hoiionrxMo-the Cilo*ii 1 SccreUry whether Ministers intended to probe* with -!ie Bill for regfulalmg the waste hr.di of th--- Crown duriug this scueIch. '. ' ' . ? BJr* Jftfity Sftlcl us tttfSut jjpioiTii use ood* ixict&b6r yho hid piit this flttest[on-HtItat:;rije: M^JrlBtt^s -tikte h?d under tbeir conBldeitdtlon' tf ift...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 17 February 1857

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THE NORTH AUSTRALIAN. ISPWICH, TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 17, 1857. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 17 February 1857

THE NORTH AUSTRALIAN. IPSWICn, TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 17, 1857. ? — — ' * ? It is tmneepBs^ry u- enlarge on thenecibsBity of roads and bridges in this part of iheooloiajv TheiosB irhidh has been Buffisrofl from waut of Mem, if esttiaaied by the interest on the value of ..produce Relayed 4a transit jfoV shipment, would alone, amount .to thousaude— to Bay nothing of the inconvenience and. difficulties sustained at stations from the want of supplies. ! To meet oiir requirements, two propositions have been offered— railroads and tramways; | It is objected to the fbrtoer that they are* too 1 costly : and it has been Wser|ed tjbat the litter are preferable, as. answeriqg all our require mdnts ; edmttting of the ubo of animal power (which is assuinetl to he cheapest), andinvol ving less oost in construction. I Believing that these premises «b felae, We , lave' collected some data bywhich the. public liriayform aii opiuionfrojea what has already been done, or in ptogreea, elsewhere. liet .ui dis...

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SCAB AND CATARRH. (To the Editor of the Sydney Morning Herald.) [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 17 February 1857

RGAU . AJfD CATARBJI. . :(To the Kditor of the. Sydney Morning Heralds) Sin,— In the St/dricj/ Morning Herald \ of )26th Decemlier Inst appeared''a letter signed ' SaijittiE.' on the subject of scafraird catarrh in sheep, suggest ing tho -nfl viability of taking mcsisure to discover the cfiusr: a»m remedy cue evil, it possioic, ns well as to bring -he matter'iinder puTilieiioticc, and. soliciting some light upon the erilijtct. ' 'v ;;: ,'ui Considering the subject to be of great importance to the colony, I addressed n -few lines on' the subject to a gentlemAn -Whom . t cspected to be 3ire6tly -jnteresteikf ao«t whi)se jjoiyt^stvon .!?t5-i' 'aijff-lfilliehce in the CSoYembiont of the colony niTgTitinflui[!5'hlrQ to^nakn'some 'inqniries,; which* if bossiWe, inight lmld lo some amclioriitiohortlie evil complained of, if not n radical core.' I waited till »ow in WiB'bope offieeing some 'communioation from some* individual more convei-sant with the question thftii myself; and bavins obse...

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LATEST INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 17 February 1857

LATEST INTELLIGENCE; The Boomerang arrived at Brisbane on Sun day, and the letters were «ent Tip by express in the bourse of the day j but we regret to state that oui* regular flies of ? newspapers have not jst reached us, owing to the river steamers, by which they are always forwarded, not being able to Btem the strong flood. We have, how ever, been ;fc,voured by Mr, Gill with a copy of the £wg)ireaof the 10th inBtant, from which we extract a tew Stems of news, and the latest market reports. TSVre hid been no later intel ligence received in Sydney from Europe. Hongkong papers to the ;25th of November hud been received, from which, wftjoarn that the -rupture at Canton, instead of approaching a settlement, was actually widening in extent, tha Amerioans having been drawn into hostilities by being. repeatedly fired upon by the .Chinese. On the 8th' jpf November, the Chinese commenced offensivo operations by sending two .fire rafts down the river towards the shipping, but they djd no da...

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LETTERS TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 17 February 1857

LETTERS TO THE EDITOR; [Tin Mlitor loisheiilU to hi understood, that whilt every TtasonabU latitude tcilt. beallmt-td,hc doe* tivt identify himself with Hie opinions expressed in the f.orresp'ond . ence published in this Journal. All Ictlevi ichith appear under this heading jire jtnitUub)i parlies en? : tirely unconnected with the mattagcmml of the litpgi.2 . . JSik.— yln reading the Courier'* report1 of the meet ing til at took place at the School of Arts in Brisbane a few -evening* ago, I was much aatouisbed. to find thst a Kcv. Mv. Ogg should say in his speech tliat 'There was also a large field 4br exortion among* the Catholic portion of tliu cnminunity, for nlthough their priests forbade the reading of the word of -io'd, and burnt it, still thu people of God ought to circulate the Bjble among them.'. Could anything, be moru nuchristian and uncharitable than this?— -is it not, Mr. Editor, a gross untmtb ?— and .can. any person doubt for a .moment, that lie. knew it to be suoli v...

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SYDNEY. We can only find room for the following items:—THE PARLIAMENT NATIVE POLICE. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 17 February 1857

[?] 'W«b#' Q$r ?*M$wW&$ fcitorolue: items ;- Mr. Sandeman ros^pureuapt to notice, to tnovo -.-^ . 1st, -That ABi^'cpprtrifrom^hosSehjctijOpniinittcc. on the native' JpolW'^^.^^^.^^..^ table , of- tb^^%U8^ $n.thoj^8th.4iltu»p, UfepiDw. GBnerairtr^raittthg acopy of the^eport,#oilnrftj'-! ^ce^^nle^ureSM &pxg$t$- jnecomin^ndjttions ^^^,the!4^jec^^|i^)n^,v^j)oj^;i'o^,!at:^|ij' Krearienffth. .The -n,ara -especially, as Uiqlsttbjee? Ikd been so fully -considered, in mo report now in itietianAs of honorable membara, and a« thqevidenc on whicl^ the report was founded was very full and ^e^^o'j^UsJ^y,e^l^^ijcM'4g^^^tlic leugtli ..ajid- parfiowurvy-'f' «??, ^V*3ence,. aijd^flie jfr^^car?ifldailiopi^\lie.o,QJinn^t'qo'b^fl9cyoted rq,'Auc aubjeci. 'Ho fujt ef»conrakediin, tH^ hone -that' honorable bioM»l-erii MftyiAg ^^ellcprisiduJTe^^Hejsub- joct as set forth in tlie Bviilence Apd. repprt. wo^ld, toking b. dispasiiondfc, view, pf jjiu qiia^Hpn, not hesltttte to .adni^'.'thc ^sttci...

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PRODUCE CIRCULAR. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 17 February 1857

PRODUCE CIRCULAR. Since the date of last report there is little to. notice in the wool market; the supplies have been liberal, and. considerable business nas been done. Prices are steady for all descriptions. ' 'Tallow is much required for shipment, but, in the absence of whipping parcels, quotations are nominal. SupcrsKiNs have sold freely, and clean full fleeced skins have realized up to 9jd. per lb. Hides .are firm with good. demand, and first-class heavy aro quoted up to 21s. Stock and Stations. — Some really choice stations are now in the market, yet, notwithstanding the very satisfactory prices readily obtainable tor wool, tallow, skins, bides, and fat and store sheep', we cannot report any activity in the demand for invest ments in pastoral propertied. Since our last we have disposed of the 'Lovauga' station in Now England, with about 10,000 sheep, at 11s. cash. The WeUieron station in the Burnett District, offered on , the same dav. was withdrawn for unvote sale. Stoee Sheep...

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VICTORIA LAND LEAGUE. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 17 February 1857

ViOTOBIA LAND LEAGUE. f;3^ '&)&#«£ ?&; the. petition prepared by the ' fioiamtttee of » Victoria Land League, in aceord ; i ipee Wuhihe repolijtioua .passed at the late meetfng ' hela in Melbourne,: It ts now being circulated for . Blomature :— .'.?..- »? .. ' : ? ' 'Totbe Honourable the Legislative Assembly of . . the colony t-f Victoria, in Parliament as sembled. .??'?? ? ' *' The' humble petition of the under signed, inhabitants of Victoria, ' ^^Respectfully, sheweth to your Honourable House ' ttftlUiey view with alarm tbe scries of resolutions introduced info your House by the honourable the '. fei^yor-General. proposing to Iease.-*way to tbe . present occupiers of pastoral runs, and to other persons *U the unalienated public lands of tbe -?plony. , 1 'That your petitioners hoped tbat. when the puhlie bad! were «ede4 J-y the Crown and placed at ' the disposal of *Jie Legislature, they would be so ., mknRffeA.a* to give the inhabitants of this colony '? ? ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 17 February 1857

Ipswioh Auxiliary Bible Society. \ PUBLIC 'MEETING of the stove Society ,J\. *Iu be held at the CONGREGATIONAL CHUBCH, Brisbane Street, on MONDAY next, the 23rd instant, at Half-past 7 p.m. Several Ministers and Friends are expected to address the Meeting. * ? __ ? PIANOE»ETEjnjNINO. Mb. DIGGLE6 T-EGS to announce that it n bis intention to bo Jj inJpswiohjOn TUESDAY, 4he 24th February, ''ImwifffeiiaMlto wpFttpon all parties wishing their initrumente ittejiacfl to. :-w. STiOTOy FQR SALE. WALTEE.6BAY & Co. HATE req&n& inslroettoiw to Sell by Private Contract, the STATIONS 1n;-hf- Wide Bey ©istriet, knoim as Kenttwtoih^ North fcenil worth, with 600 and 800 Cattle. '» ?? These Stations art situated about 98 pilles from Ipswich, are well-watered, having a frontage of 16 ' Miles 'to th» ?MarysKrer, and the plains are inter spersed with runpine creeks, which have never been mo*ti'J&he''irfi1m country consists of fine open pl&in.8,wfth well-grassed ri...

Publication Title: North Australian, Ipswich And General Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
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