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

' J'iHBh^ : Th^ FaVcrarite Land.'!Fast: Steamer, ?lll!K'lll'fa': tfwi«M» i for Brisbane To ^e552»2!ffl morrow (WEDNESDAY), and every . ???:-: ?? ???. .?'.?.-... j-'--: i ?'? ? J 1 ? ' ? ~ — ' — ? — ~ — ?? ? ? 'g T ' |j; ^' ? ^ — ' — ? T' JttPTFAL PROyfe^fcT .. SOCIETY. ; 'Important notice. ? i . | rpfl'fc 'fioiikij of fee Society C&OSE on tKe 28t3i: -X day of FEBRUARY, 1&7, for the current . year's business ? (-??.:..::: ? ? -???.;?..: : ??? ! All proposals madfljat^aeenfrJfcfore. that .date will be en«M*tf W participate) iti, theprofit? pf the year, in terms of the roles of .the Society. .... . At the last investigation,, the BONUS, apditiohb ?averaged cmnidttuhly more than 8 pertmt^ptt :,-mnum on all policies then entitled to participate. Comparative Example of Advantages of tuts Sdciett over other siwlae Institutions :-~ Age 48,: Poucy eoa £500. :,;. - _:/. ; An English Proprietary Com- '? : ' ?? ??-: paSy ? lfl 7 1 10 years. £80 16 » BcotUsh Widows' Fuud ? YMntml...

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

KOTICE. OUR. Subscribers in Drayton, and the district of Darling Downs, *re particularly requested to remit the amount of their respective Accounts direct to this Office, as Mr. rA. G. RAVENSCROFT is no longer Agent for this Journal. E. J. & A. C. BAYS. j -worth Australian Office, Ipswich, 3rd February, 1867. ' ? ?' :

Publication Title: North Australian, Ipswich And General Advertiser, The
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LOCAL AND DOMESTIC. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 17 February 1857

LOCAL AND DOMESTIC BREACH OF THE TOWNS' POLICE ACT.— At the Police Office, on Wednesday, Mr. Richard Lovell was summoned before the Bench, to answer an information charging him with suffering pigs to stray   in the public streeets. The defendant pleaded guilty and was fined 10s and costs. . John Hoopor was also summoned for a similar offence. and admitted that\   he had bought them for that purpose; thinking there was no harm in it; not having been more than six months in the oolony.he was ignorant of-the law on   the subject. He was fined the lowest penalty of   5s and costs.           OBSCENE LANGUAGE — At the Police Office, on Wednesday, a young man named- Jeremiah Gilbert was brought before the Bench, on an information charging him with having used obscene language within the hearing of the public, in East Street, on Saturday, the 17th instant. The defendant plead...

Publication Title: North Australian, Ipswich And General Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 17 February 1857

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVALS. February 9.— Parsee, ship, 1200 tons register, Captain Edwin Thomas, from Southampton 14th November. Passengers - Mrs. Thomas, two children, Mrs. Graham, Dr. C. H. Graham, Surgeon-Superin- tendent, and 336 immigrants. Agents - Messrs. J. and G. Harris. February 15. — Boomerang, steamer, 400 tons,   Captain O'Reilly, from Sydney. !?'? DEPARTURES. February ?.— Vanquish, schooner, 128 tons, Capt. Scott, for Sydney.' February 10.— Yarra, Yarra, steamer, 500 tons, Captain Bell, for Sydney. , Passengers — Mr. N. Bartley, Mr. Walsh, Mr. Judd, Mr. Davenport, Mr. H. S. Rnssell, Mr. W. B. Tooth, Miss Wookey, and twonty-eight in the steerage. IMPORTS. Parsee : 0 packages, J; Richardson & Co. ; C ditto, A. Harvey; 2 package*, RundJe, Dangar, & Rich ards, 4 do,, F. & F. Bigge ; 1 1 do., R. Bourne ; 8 do., Bank Australasia ; 2 do., Mrs. Ross ; 1 do., Digglcs ; 1 do.,,H. Kilner-, 1 do. School of Arts ; 1 do., W. A. Duncan ; 140 ...

Publication Title: North Australian, Ipswich And General Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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TATTERSALL'S.—"THE CORNER." [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 17 February 1857

TATTEBSALL'S.— 'THE COBNEE.' (Frmthe IlUutraltdLoiukn Naps.) We wonder what are the speculations of a foreigner who reads for tbe first time in an English news paper:— . TATTEBSALL'S. . ' DBBBT. T? to. 1 ftget Blink Bonny. 12 to 1 agst Toutnament. Be be as learned in numbers as the bite celebrated Mr. Cocker, the problem must puzzle him. *' 12 x 1 = Blink Bonny I Impossible I He must imagine it an excerpt from the mystifying pages of 'Brad - shaw,'; or tbe equally confounding Ubles of cab-fftres issued by tbe Commissionei s of Police. But to an Englishman what associations me awakened by those magic words 1 Frying on the plains of India, freezing with a Canadian winter, tossing on the vasty deep, or ' cribbed, confined,' on the rockof Gibraltar, the wizard memory calls up before. Jiim Epsom and tbe Derby Day : — the road with Us end less variety of vehicle and person ; the Downs alive, like a huge anthill, with countless thousands; the race, like a meteor of many colours, seen and l...

Publication Title: North Australian, Ipswich And General Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
NEW CALEDONIA. ATTACK OF THE NATIVES AND FRIGHTFUL MASSACRE OF THE SETTLERS. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 24 February 1857

NEW OALEDONIA. ATTACK OF THE NATIVES AND FBJGHTFUL MASSACRE OF THE RKTTLEBB. By the Black Dsg, Captain Abbuy, which arrived yesterday from Port de France, New Caledonia, vre have received intelligence) of an attack of 'the natives on one of the settlements, by which several lives have -been sacrificed, . The township of ilorari ts distant from Port de franco, about seven miles, 'at which place eleven Frenchmen and a number of natives from Sandwich Island were stationed for tlifi purpose of obtaining s&udalwood. About tho 1 20th January, the New Caledonian natives made an attack upon, this settlement, and savagely murdered all the inhabitants; so *xterniin&ting was their onslaught, that not » single individual was left to tell the particular* .of these dreadful murders. Tho bodies of eleven white men anS fourteen or fifteen Islanders were discovered accidentally by parties proceeding from the township. Among the victims of thiB savage attack is Monsieur Ifcrard, attac...

Publication Title: North Australian, Ipswich And General Advertiser, The
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THE PARLIAMENT. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 24 February 1857

THE PARLIAMENT. In the Legislative Assembly, ot the Snl instant, Mr. Hay laid upon' the tible the return to the address in reference to the memorial of Cuallinor srid others on the subject -of the land reeulaiious adopted, ou motion of Mr. Parked on the 28th November last ? ? Ordered to be prirrtefi. ' Mr. Samlem'an, pursuant to notice, asked the bon. the Colonial Secratary^-lf the government have tai«i into consideration the claims of cei-tain settlers in the district of Wide Bay «id Burnett, and other Northern Districts, for provisions and other supplies furnished to the native police while under the charge of Mr. Frederick AVnlVer ; mid if any decision hus been arrived at by government on the subjeetof such claims? . Tho Colonial Secretary said the claims referred to had boeu under the consideration ot'the government, Btid a m&shge would shortly be fcronght down to that House to provide for meeting the recognized amount of them. ? - Mr. S.&tidenifin, pursuant to n...

Publication Title: North Australian, Ipswich And General Advertiser, The
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Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
MAURITIUS. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 24 February 1857

MAURITIUS. The prohibition of'emigTation from India to tlie Mauritius has caused great consternation all over the island. Tlie Cemmtrcial Gazette of the 32th of December, in recommending the appointment of a delegate to visit India to endeav6ur to settle the matter, has th« following remarks; — 'There is hut nne opinion as to the necessity of sending fi delegate to India to represent the truth to the Indian Govern ment as regards our immigration. We shall never finish, if these explanations aits to be given by correspondence. When Mr. I'roppier in Council suggested this means of. communicating with the Fiidinu Govcrmnent, the Governor approved of it, previously tho Press had recommended the lueftsnre, and whilst, we are waiting for the reasons which the Indian Government promises to forward for .coming to the decision of prohibiting immigration, we should look around us for fit and proper persons for the important mission to India.' The Mauritius Government Gazelle of the 12th Decem...

Publication Title: North Australian, Ipswich And General Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE HIGH PRICK OF MEAT. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 24 February 1857

TriK HIOH PRICE OF MEAT. Sir, — The present exorbitant price of meat com pels me to intrude on your columns. I believe the butchers of this town Iiavc had a meeting among themselves, and have acreed mutually to raise the price of meat to four-ponce per pound, laid he who first violates tjiis rule is to forfeit twenty-jive, pounds. Now, sir, it certainly does appear to 'nib a most extraordinary proceeding, — a positive impo sition, on the part of the butchers, fo take advan tage of a few days' rain, to pnt such an exorbitant price upon their 'meat. I would therefore suggest the propriety of the inhabitants of the Jowii con vening a meeting. All those jthere/p're who are opposcd'to the present exorbitant price ofinitchers' meat, and who are determined to put down nit im position, are reaueste'd . to meet at MY. Sullivan's, North Star, on Wednesday evening. I am, Sir, ? ' ' yours respcctfullvi : . ' ' ' A RESIDENT OF IPSWICH,

Publication Title: North Australian, Ipswich And General Advertiser, The
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PARLIAMENTARY PAPER NATIVE POLICE FORCE. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 24 February 1857

PABLIAMBNTAEY PAPEE. NATIVE POLtOB FGBCE. The select committee of tho Legislative Assembly, appointed on tbo 8th November last, ' to inquire into the present state of the Native Police Force employed in the colony, -with a 'view to the improvement of its organization and manage ment;' aud for whose consideration were re ferred certain ' papers relating to the manage ment of the Native Police Force in the Northern districts,' baveagreed to tbo following report :— Impressed with the serious importance of provid ing protection for life and property,. from the out rages and depredations of the aborigines, so urgently claimed by the settlers residing in the unsettled parts of the colony, and more particularly those inhabiting the outskirts or frontiers of those districts which have been most rece.ntly opened to occupation, your committee, in pursuance of the duty devolving upon them, to inquire into the present state of the Native Police Force, with a view to the improve went of its orga...

Publication Title: North Australian, Ipswich And General Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
SIR CHARLES NAPIERS VISIT TO CRONSTADT. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 24 February 1857

SIR ClfAULKS NAPIKirs VISIT TO CRONSTADT, Of late, the papers have teemed with details of the visit of Sir Charles .Napier to BuBsin, and especially with regard to tho very marked attentions which were showered on tho gallant Admiral by the Grand Duke Constantino, during his brief sojourn in St. Petersburg. Wlicp bis Imperial Ilighitess beard of Sir Charles's arrival he sent a carriage for him, and pave him b long audience. The gallant Admiral found the Gimid, Duke a most intelligent young; man, nnd1 thoroughly acquainted with the , business of asailor, Our readers will be glad to learn that Sir Charles has just returned to England; anil that during his abseuce lie aeqnu'ed, from personal Obser vation aiid experience, nn amount of information respect ing the naval and military resources of Russia which it will be of the greatest importance lo -ttiis country to possess. From the journal of , Sir Charles, we (Morning Advertiser) proceed to lay before- our '?eaders ft. few extracts, si...

Publication Title: North Australian, Ipswich And General Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
THE NORTH AUSTRALIAN. IPSWICH, TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 24, 1857. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 24 February 1857

TfiGE JfOETH AUSTBALtflJT. rrsvfrcn, Tuesday, February h, iss7. The able -report .-of; ,f}ie. sSeiecfc Committee appointed to co$si-|ers $ie : julyebt, of . th'e Native' Police vnll .^fjh(mi,,m t-iir fourth page, and deserves.'jau.atfcenllve spnisal. ?Tlw i-ecomuieudations contained in that report ate atrougly suppoi-todibyjthe ovideuce givou before the Seleot domniittee, r aad we iio^e thej will he cafried jof/fr. to- '.'the letter, J We stockholders .hi tlie ? oufc4yiug ^lisiarictB-.a^e. greatly indebted to jMft SANOtteiui land A?s coadjutors-for-tlie -earnest and-satisfactoi^' manner in which ;i$iey have conducted tk$s very tmjpprtant lilisiucsa' to ao. rgmtifying fa coHclusioh. All -tlio experienced buslinKjn extoined by ths^Gommittee ftgr^ed that: the proposed increase of fhe Native? Polios V^6 necessary, n6t only for the protection of IJpFe and property Within jthe pailial^ settle^ oul lyhig districtsj bufr abBolutely requisite ibr the security of. thefrontior occupants, neces...

Publication Title: North Australian, Ipswich And General Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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LOCAL AND DOMESTIC. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 24 February 1857

LOCAL Ax\TD DOMESTIC. Hoiltn'O Down Estabmsriien't js Town. — The following case is ono, in a sanitory point of view, of the utmost importance to the people of Ipswich, who have had on many occasions to complain of the practice, which has for a-long time prevailed, of carrying on private boiling establishments in the very heart of the town : — On Monday last, John Dwyer, of Bell Stroef, butcher, appeared to answer «i'.i information aeainst him at the instance of the Chief Constable, for boiling down parts of animals, for the extraction of fat, on his premises in Boll Street, ifr. Cook appeared as the attorney for the defence. The Chief Constable, Mr. Quinn*, applied to the Court, for a postponement, on the jrronnd that, although the facts appeared plain enough, he under stood that a defence on law points would be urged,' and he was therefore desirous of obtaining the attendance of Mr. Macalistcr on behalf of the pro secution. The case to then adjourned till the following day, Tnesda...

Publication Title: North Australian, Ipswich And General Advertiser, The
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LATEST INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVAL OF THE EUROPEAN'S MAIL. News to the 14th of December. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 24 February 1857

LATEST INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVAL OF THE EUROPEAN'S MAIL. News to tlie 14th of December, Tlie European sailed from Southampton on the 14th of December, and arrived at Mel bourne on the 10th instant, and at Sydney on the 14th instant, thus making: a fine passage of 51 days to tlie former, aud six days to tlie latter' port. News has beeu received by her to the 14th of December. The intelligence is interesting, and we have devoted all our avail able space to the subjoined extracts from the Sydney Morning Herald of the 16th justaut :— The Paris correspondent of the Morning Chronicle affirms that Russia will not place auy obstinate impediment to a peaceful solu tion of the Isle of Serpents and Bolgrad ques tions, aud advices from St. Petersburg state that the Czar is anxious to settle the Eastern question in a conciliatory spirit. There arc bo many questions involved in the final settlement of the Treaty of Peace, that it has been found necessary for all the powers interested to agree to a se...

Publication Title: North Australian, Ipswich And General Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
No title [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 24 February 1857

The third .series of sales of colonial wool of the Benson commenced the 6th and concluded tho 29th instant, comprising: — 13,146 bales Sydney, 8.MS7 do. Port Phillip, 6,502 do. Van Diejnen's Land.

Publication Title: North Australian, Ipswich And General Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 24 February 1857

SYDNEY. Tlio news from Sydney is not of much importance, and is principally confined to the proceedings in Parliament. . . Robert Tooth, Esq., has resigned his seat as a member of Council. The House went into committee, on Wed nesday, the 11th instant, on tlie estimates. The item of ,£58,000 towai-ds meotiug the expensfe of connecting the cities of Sydney and Melbourne by olectrio telegraph was passed on a division of 22 to 8. The sums of .£20,000 for education under the national system, and of £17,350 under the denomina tional system,* were passed without division. ~ . The sums of X1500 for ' a bridge over Breakfast Oreek, and £1000 for abridge over Norman Creek, were also passed. £1500 was granted for the erection of an Hospital at Ipswich, , , ,-..'?'? ?'' /. : j Tie Master and Servants1-, Act. Bill waa before the Council, and the third reading had beeh fixed5 for the Wth; instant ;r The' amendments 'in' the MorQton'Bay Dis irjpt Court .Bill liad been approved by the Council, so ...

Publication Title: North Australian, Ipswich And General Advertiser, The
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LETTERS TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 24 February 1857

LETTERS TO THE EDITOR. ni ^{CoW^'et^'oiimt^tiem-nMwmmtj^ ' TfaioiuibleidtitiidewillbchUoiDeri.htdqtfnolidwUjff ? himtaUimiAJlc opinion*. expressed in iht eorrwpond tndKnXK*htditii:ttti .Tom-nal. AU teller* which appear wifcr Mis .heading .arc written by pattttf -en* tl rely vncotmicttrf with ike matiagimeni ofthejfapcru] Mr- dear --.MiL; . J5»iTOfti -v-RuniDuK; says , 'itoMi ?M-lJubblyJoek' has .got a rotfin pickle 'for- J'ftu i .not .sutibiied wibii Jiaving acted in a similar manner -on a previous occasion, he now says tl»tt he, has given jiuitructions to his Cockatoo frieu4 the fet jnan, to Cook your goose by way of an information for fines, penalties, and forfeitures; .The ' tfet' goes halvfla, at . least ho 'Jack', states ; but, of ? course* whfvt 4jo says must bo t*ken at a, considerable. discount-TrSfty 6s.,Sd. in thopmind. : : .-;-, , .,; .-,: v ,;::?* .It is much to^be regretted that eoinc mon will cou tinue not only: to uiako mscs of thejnsclvcs, 'but. ultimately bring' dow...

Publication Title: North Australian, Ipswich And General Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
LONDON WOOL MARKET.-December, 1856. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 24 February 1857

LONDON, WOOL MARKET— Decembbb, 1856. The last Sale of colonial wo&l for the Year com menced on the 6th and closed on the 29th Novem ber. The number 6? bales comprised in catalogues consisted of— 13.144 bales Australian ; 8337. Port Philip: 5502, Van Diemen's Land; 2782, Adelaide; 8141, New Zealand ; 410, Swan River ; 18.200, Cape. Total, 52,065 bales ', of which about 2500 bales were from second hands. '?? ' : * ' ? ? The attendance of buyers at the opening sale was large, and a spirited competition existed for all dc-j scriptlotfe at an -advance of Id. to IJd. The princi pal buyers for the north, who had been looking for; recent. rates scarcely 'being maintained* were sur prised at the tone of the room and held aloof for tlie first few nightfi,«.ntici pitting thaVUHiuddiate wants being supj)J ted, rjBon8»niow. ivfiuld ,iii.v .l.eii!»..- wtfious, lind that tbe'vjae established won! J to lost, j This an ticipation was 'soon dispelleij.'for ouYWh'in'ianufae turbrs nhd tlie con...

Publication Title: North Australian, Ipswich And General Advertiser, The
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CROWN LANDS' SALE. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 24 February 1857

CROWN LANDS' SALE. On Friday, flic ?Oth instant, n sale of town lots of Crown land, situated iu the parish of Alfred, villiige of Alfred, in the county of Churchill, took place .it the Police Office at tlie usual hour. The whale of the allotments were soldi some of them for more than the upset price, The result of tliii sal(j we subjoin : — ? L-)t , Quantity, l'urchnurr, Amount. 1 2r. Jacob James £4 0 0 2 „ ? same -400 3 „ saino ? 4 0 0 4 „ same 4 0 0 5 ' „ Thomas Tow.-Il n' 6 0 (j „ Biiniuel Owens 4 0 0 7 „ . . sflhio 4 0 0 8 ,. same 4 0 0 0 „ Patrick O'Sullivan 4 0 0 10 „ . snmo 4 0 0 11 „ .Tames Smith 4 0 0 12 „ same 4 10 0 V\ ,;? John Morn n 5 0-0 14 „ . sftttiR fi i- 0 in „ same 4 0 0 10 „ sairui 7 10 0 17 „ »anie 8 5 0 18 „ ' ? ' ?- Baine 4 0 0 10 „ sanio (i 15 0 20 ., saino ' 10 0 0 21' „ siimo J:) 0 0; 22 „ Ramo 7 R 0 2.1 „ ? same : . r- ] .1 0 24' „ : ' : ? ? ' iftame ?; ; ' -?? 11 fl -0 25 „ .TnlmHrturan if 0'fl SB „ Jotin Moron Pi 0 0- 27 ?, Jacob James 8 0 0 28 „ John Ol...

Publication Title: North Australian, Ipswich And General Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 24 February 1857

THE NORTH AUSTRALIAN is. published1 evoiy Tnesday morning, wnd forwarded to country subscribers by that day's maiL ;' ?' ;:,';?? ? ? .. . ;Tebhs; Per. quarter, in advance .... 6s. Cd. Per qiiafter, credit: ? 7fl. 6d. Single auinbWsixpence. ! Thefcuortera will termi nate on the Slat March/ SOtin June, 80th Septem ber, and 81st December, at which periods onlv can resignatHm ;be ttsceived;. No; orders for withdrawal wiU b? i attended , to unless given in writing. New subscribers will be charged Jrom the date of com monctng their snbscrintiott. ' Advertisements will be charged At the rate of L .. ?? «? Two lines.. ? i o Four ? 2 0 Six ? 2 6 jsight,, .;.:...;„ ? 3 o Every additional inch ........ l q .The number of insertions inuit be written on each advertisement or they will be continued until ooun ternianded, and charged accordingly. ? All Orders and Communications to he sent ^otbo Editob, or to Messrs. B. J. and A, O. Bays, sole Proprietors, North AdsxbahaK Office, East Street, Ipswi...

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