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PUBLIC SALES OF COLONIAL WOOL. Monday, December 1, 1856. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 24 February 1857

PUBLfC SALES OF COLONIAL WOOL. Mondav. December 1. 1850. 2,731 do. South Australian, 3,141 do. New Zealand, 410 do. Swan River, 18,200 do. Cape of Good Hope ; total, 62,007 : 4,082 East Indian. Most branches of the woollen trade have continued to enjoy, up to this time, the prosperity which has prevailed so long, and stocks of wool were extremely low when these sales were declared. A very general opiulo'.i exists that the quantity of wool to be offered for sale in February from the Australian colonies will be light, — no doubt this ex pectation will prove well founded. These causes combined overruled all considerations of the current high rates of discount, and buyers evinced great eagerness to purchase freely,' and were thus stimulated to pay higher prices than thc~actual Htfttc of their markets perhaps justified. These sales opened at an advance of nearly 5 per cent, on July prices, most observable in stout stapled wools. Prices further improved a little th« second week, and concl...

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

FOB SYDNEY. £^ Toe Packet Barque SOXNIE DOOM £M&JL B. W. Saoi-t., master, having portion jflHIIJjVN of her cargo engaged, will have imme rBnHlffi ai*tj* despatch. For freiglit or passage, -?«. TOWNS & Co. ; or, J. & G. HARBIS. .North JPrfstanp, Eeb. .20, 1857. FOB PORT OUETIS. ???jtfc* '*'-*t4TflM Koe Schooner DON.JUAN, A50 a™||s.:iiTonB, -3aptou- Bbemneu, shortly ;*k iifflBWH.* I''*4'''1 fr^w Sydney, will be dnspatched JEJl|j|Ij|P» two days after arrival. For freight or 'ttraaBfiiip passage, having good accommodation, «ipprylo , , 3V& G. HABRIS. North Brisbane; or B. TOWNS &Go., (-'?.?. -?'?-??,?'? South Brisbane. South Brisbane, 20th February, 1857. ; NOTICE. THE undersigned arc prepared to make CASH ' - ADVANCES upon STOCK jnid STATION'S. ?-?;?? ??.:-? .T. &? G. HARMS, North Brisbane, Feb. 20, 1857. fou saw-;, A HANDSOME PHAETON, or four-wheeled DOG-CART, with shafts, and pole, and two Sots of HARNESS ; well suited for the bush. 1 A...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 24 February 1857

aroTiOE.' OUR Subscribers in 'Draylon, and the district of Djwling Downs, are particularly requested to remit the amount of tlicir respective Accounts. direct to this Office, as Mr, A._ G. RAVENSCROFT is no longer Agent for this journal. E. J. & A. C. BAYS. North AmtMian Office, Ipswich, 3rd February, 1857. :. , .

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 24 February 1857

SICIPPLNG INTELLIGENCE; ARRIVALS. February H.—Boomerang, steamer, 400 tons Captain O''Rcillr. from Sydney 10th and Newcastle 12th instant. Paesenerera— Mr. H. S. Hamilton, Sirs. I3UK Miss Droughton, and G in the steerage. February 14. — Bonnie Doon, barque. 250 tons. Captain Sunll, from Sydney 5th instant. Passengers —Mr. and Mrs. Hall, and two children, and 6 in tbe steerage. February 17.— Raven, schooner, 120 tons, Capt Brown, from Sydney the 18th instant. February 20. — Yarra Yarra, steamer, 500 tons, Captain Sell, from Sydney ICth and Newcastle IGtb instant. Passengers— Mr. J. C. White, Mr. Royd. Mr. -Jrejrory, Mr. Yaldwin, junior, Mr. J. M. Andrews, Mr. Walter Spott, Mr. J. J. Borthwick, Mr. Crawford, and 3 in the steerage. DEPARTURES. February 10— Uncle Tom. schooner. Captain Swatbrid(»e, for Sydney. Passengers — Mr, Walsh, Mrs. and the (2) Misses Ingram, and 5 in the steerage. February 18.— Boomoranp steamer, 400 tons. Captain O'Reilly, for Sydney. Passengers— .Mr. W. L. Hirs...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 24 February 1857

BIRTH. On the 16th instant, at Rockton, Mrs. William Craies, of a son. MARRIAGE. At Ipswich, by the Bev. W. McQinly, Joseph Moore; -wool cutter, to Margaret, -relict of the late Mr. David Campbell, of Gatton. . DEATH. . At Ipswich, on Friday last, James M. Andrew, Esq., of Tarauipi, aged 30 years. Steamer to Brisbane, «5SSa-?lr. Tub Favourite and Fast Steamer, ^^^^^^^DAL&ANE, Captain Mcrpiit, qf¥'Jmf£lwin leave Ipswich for Brisbane To *5£&g2*ffiarjnorrow (WEDNESDAY), and every alternate day until furtlicr notice. 3rd February, 3857. G. DOAVDEN, Cabinet Maker, Upholsterer, and Undertaker, Brisdaxb Street, Irswicu, Opposite the North Star -Hotel. STATION FOB SALK WALTER GRAY & Co. HAV£ received instructions to Sell by Private Contract, the STATIONS in the Wide Bay District, known as Kenil worth aud North Kenil wortb, with 500 and 800 Cattle. These Stations are situated about 93 miles from Ipswich, aro well-watered, having a frontage, of 10 miles to the Mary Riv...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 3 March 1857

THE NORTH AUSTRALIAN is published every Tuesday morning, and forwarded to country subscribers by that day's moil. '??;???? ?? ???'? Teems: . ,: : ,:.' - Per, quarter, JD^dvanco ..:. fig. fii . .-.'? .'Per quartet credit ; \i,...,i. Xs.sBiL SinglfeWmbelv sixpence. The Quarters will termi nate .on the 3lst March, 80th June, 80th Septem ber. anoSlBt December, at which ?periods only can resignation. In? reeefyed; No ordortfor Withdrawal will m. attended to; unless given in writing. New subscribers will, be charged from the date of com mencing their substription. ? ' Advertisement!! will be charged at the rate of ? ?'?'?- ? ?-. -r'-'- '??-...?'.. ? ? '«. ' d. C' Two lines .,,...... ? i © ??-?'???' Four „'....'..«','.'.......?.'...'. 2 0 «ix , ? ; ? 2 6 r. Eight,, ...:...... ? s o ' Every additional inch ? 1 0 ? The number of insertions.must be written on each advertisement, or they will be continued until ooun termanded, and charged accordingly. All Srders and Communications to be sent t...

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VARIETIES. HOMOEOPATHIC GLOBULES—(SEVENTH DOSE) [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 3 March 1857

VARIETIES. HO1KEOPATHIC 6LOBULES-{Sevbhtr DobeV A stitch in the side, If taken In time, tmvee nine One physician is better than two, but three ura fatal. .;..., Hope is the best medieiae. *a3 fcrtitnatelr it U h: thejjowor of every doctor to dispense it. There is one -evil that doctors is l«ngth cf time no effectually cure us, and that ia, the faith we place in their nostrums. Medical botany might be restricted almost to the plucking of simples! ? Might we not say of a doctor what Figaro said of the seigneur of his period— that he docs us a suffi ciency of good so loag aB he refrains from doing us any barm f Wise persons, when they take advice, go to a physician, but fools go to a qnack— and the large disproportion between the two classes explains why so many quacks make their fortune whilst many a clever physician starves. Many persons take advice as they do physic — to fling it aside the moment tbo doctor's back is turned. — Punch. Fashionable Intelhgesce. — At a party the other e...

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JUGGLING EXTRAORDINARY. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 3 March 1857

JUGGLING EXTRAORDINARY. The Russians have long exhibited a. remarkable taste for juggling and all that smacks of the marvel Ioub. Conjurers, prestigiators, ventriloquists, and the entire race of mountebacks. who in FranCo and England astonish the gaping crowds At races and country fairs, ever find a remedy Welcome and liberal encouragement among the. higher classes in the capital of the czar. About the. beginning of the present century a species of Cagiiostro, or rather a superior kiud of Wizard of tbc North, made bis ap pearanco at St. Petersburg, and astonished the natives by liis marvcMous performances. His name was Pimetti, and his fame is yet retained in the memory «f those who witnessed bis unrivalled talents. The czar, having heard Ptrnctti much spoken of, was desirous of seeing him, and one day it was announced to the conjurer that he would bare honour of giving a representation of his magical powers at oourt, the hour fixed for him to make his appearance being seven o'clock...

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SUPREME COURT, SYDNEY. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 13. (Before Mr. Justice Dickinson and a Special Jury of twelve.) MORTIMER AND ANOTHER v. MORT. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 3 March 1857

SUPREME COURT, SVDXEr. Friday, Februauy 13. ('Before Mr. Justice Dickinson And a Special Jury of twelve.) MORTIMER AND ASOfHEB V. MOST. This case, the trial of which was commenced on Tuesday, and continued on Thursday, was an action1 on breach of contract in the sale of a squatting station. Plaintiffs had purchased at auction of the defendant, and the principal question was whether the defendant was liable as a principal, or whether, having been a- mere agent in the transaction, the remedy, if any existed, was against the parties for jrhom be had acted. The case having been once before tried, a verdict for £800 had been returned in favour of the plaintiff, but a new trial had been granted by the full Court upon two questions — Whether the principal was disclosed at the time of. t!iev-^tlc? Or whether, if tbo principal was tiot knlfVn until alter the sale, tbo plaintiffs ha.d elected to bold such principal responsible f The Solicitor-General and Mr. Faucett appeared for the plaintiff...

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THE NORTH AUSTRALIAN. IPSWICH, TUESDAY, MARCH 3, 1857. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 3 March 1857

THE WORTH ATJSTKALIAN. '' ? ™ 1 IPSWfCn, TUESDAY, MARCH 3, 1357. We have frequently had to lament the apparent selfishness occasionally displayed iti the attempts made by certain sections of the population of the northern districts to ad vocate favourite measures. One portion insists i (and we believe we may include the whole of the Press of Brisbane in saying bo,) that, with the exception of the Separation question itself, the femoral of the bar at the mouth of the Brisbane would prove the fortune of.the whole of the Moretoa Bay districts, — while another portion urges the uooessity of a Railway between Brisbane and Ipswich as the great desideratum. We are fer from disputing the right, which undoubtedly belongs to every jman, of advocating and urging upon tbe attention of the country whatever measures may be supposed likely to conduce to tho prosperity of tbe district. What we would iusist upon, however, is — that in press ing forward popular, though to a certain extent perhaps spe...

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THE AUSTRALIAN MAIL SERVICE. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 3 March 1857

THE ArSTRALIAN MAIL SERVICE. ^From the Home News.) The mail contract between the European and Australian Royal Mail Company nitA tho Govern ment has been ratified on the part«jf the Company 1)V John Orr Eivinc, of Ratlin; Walter BHehnnan, of Shandon ; Allen (Jilmour, of Baprlesham ; John Sterling, of Kipptngdaric ; John Runbar, of Holme : .Tamos Galbrahii. nf Glasgow: Kiel Black. - Dnnoon; John &oo!d«woith, of Glasgow ; Willie Ctmiml, of {Snsffotr; Tfamnas Augustus Cribb. London; ana Robert Smith aud John Ponder, u. Manchester. They agree to provide not less than si k etoamore to perform their contract. Those employed Wtween Southampton and Alexandria are to be 1000 tone burden and 409 korse-posver, and those between Suee and Australia are to be 2200 tons and G30 horse-power. They are to provide also steamers to convey the Australian mails between Malta and Marseilles of £00 tons burden and 200 horse-power. The moil packets arc to touch at Point de Galle on their outward voy...

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DRAYTON. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 3 March 1857

DRAYTON. [FROM OCB COHJBESroXnENT.] At the Police Office, Drayton, on the 3rd instant. Robert Pippett alia* ' Bob the Blower' appeared before A. W. Manning, Esq., P.M., charged with being drunk and disorderly on the Jiiffbt previous. in _ the town of Draytou, it appeared from the evidence Master Robert Iind been imbibing certain strong liquors rather freely, rind being .in' light spirits, was ^determined that bis fcllow-tovri ? nen should be the same, he therefore perambulated certain bouses -cheering its inmates with the melodious sounds of hia flute, of which instrument I am given to understand Bob is a professor. Pip pott being an industrious man, was admonished Iiy the Bench, and discharged. . On the 6th, before A. W. Manning, Esq., P.M., and John Watts, and F. N. Isaac, Esqrs., Matliew Brian appeared, on summons, for 111 using a horse the property of one Joseph Rece, of Drayton Swamp, it appeared from the evidence of complainant when duly sworn, that defendant's children were i...

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COLONIAL POSTAGE. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 3 March 1857

COLONIAL POSTAGE. Tbc Gazette of 12th December contains a Treasury warrant revoking certain warrants previously Issued, aud stating that packot* consisting *f books, publications, or works of literature or art, whether, British, colonial, or foreign and all packets Consist ing of printed votes and proceedings of ?HielrriperiaJ Parliament or the Colonial, may fie transmitted by. the post between any part of tho United Kingdom «nd any part of the colonies, respectively, oOfew Zealand, New South Wales, South Australia, Western Australia, and Tasmania, and that on every fucU packet so transmitted under the provisions of this warrant as aforesaid, if not exceeding Jib. in weight, Uitiru shall be charged for the transmission thereof tha uniform single rate of postage of 8d.; for^vcry ench packet exceeding Jib. in weight, there shall be charged, taken, and paid such progressive and ad ditional rates of postage as aredircctcdto.be charged ow ami In respect of fuo several packets mentioned, ...

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DALBY. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 3 March 1857

DALBY. [FROM OUIl O0KMJ8PONDENT.] The ruins have been fuarfnlly heavy here lately, and arc still pourjng down. The roads have become quite impassable, putting a stop to all traffic, keep ing many of the large stockholders and storekceners from obtaining their supplies, thereby allowing the latter to put the screw on, and charge exorbitantly for what they dispose of. The Condamine is bank lii-jh with every prospect of its keeping so. The mailman by highly praise worthy perseverance managed to swim his horse Across and bring the hugs unfa, with the exception of a trifling wotting. Ou Saturday the 14th ultimo, a man nruned Thomas Griffiths was Rgnin brought up and charged with having in bis possession, anil attempting to pass a forged cheque, purporting to be signed 'Thomas Do Lacy Moffatt' Cor tlie sum of £.25 10s. The prisoner was remanded for further evidence, bail being; allowed, himself in £100 and two sureties in £50 each. Ou tlin 17th ultimo, at the Police Office, a person named...

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FASHIONS FOR DECEMBER. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 3 March 1857

FASHIONS FOR DECEMBER. Among the various forms adopted this winter for inanteaux, the casaque jupe will be very generally in favour ; the simplicity of its shape, aud its eoin fdt't and convenience ae a wslkiuff dress, will render it especially suitable for young ladies. The casaque Russe (also a jupe} is vorv becoming; it is made to show the figure without fitting it tightly, and can be crossed on the chest or buttoned straight down the front. These eaaaqucs are, of course, made in warm materials, such as fine cloth, or various fancy wollen materials, Zibelinc, Thibit, Astracan, or chin chilla cloth. The sleeves are large and open, and ornamented at the bottom a la Louis XIV. ; a simple galon is the only ornament generally used. The most simple trimming is considered the most dis tingue1. Tightfittingcasaques-are frequently trimmed with fur; the sleeves aro always pagoda, very wide, and also ornamented with fur. ' Talmas are still worn. Sometimes sleeves are added ; at others, a ro...

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DR. LIVINGSTONE. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 3 March 1857

©E. LIVINGSTONE. This celebrated and enterprising African traveller arrived in London on December 10, after an absence fmm England of seventeen years. When he was taken on 'hoard her Mujerty's ship the Frolic on the Mozambique const, he had grrnt difficulty in speaking a sentence of English. h:ivm? disused it so long while travelling in Africa. He had with him a native from -the interior. -of Africa. This man, when lie got to the Mauritius, was so «s cited with the steamers and various wouAuro of civilisation that he went mad, «iid Jump**! into the fea anfl was drowned. Dr. Livingstone has eroeBcd the fjreat African continent Almost in fte centre, from west to east, has been where aodvilisefl being has ever been before, rmd'hns made many notable 'incoverieB of great value He travelled in the two old character «f missionary and physician, having btained a medical diploma. He is rather * dinrt -an, with a pleasing and serious countenance, triiieh tokens the moat determined resolution....

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BIBLE SOCIETY MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 3 March 1857

BIBLE SOCIETY MEETING. A meeting of the Ipswich Bible Soc,i»*y was held iu the Congregational Church on Monday the 23rd ultimo. The meeting? was opened with the GTth Psalm, and prayer offered by the K«v. J. T. Waraker. Mr. Crilib was then called to the chair. He begged i to offer an apology in tilling that position, as he was i quite unprepared to discharge the duties with satis faction, and would rather have seeu a more com petent gentleman appointed, lie would, however, call on the Treasurer, Mr. Reeve, to read the report. Mr. Heevo apologised for the absence of Dr. Nelson, and read the report. The Itov. Mr. PiddingUjn then moved the first resolution, as follows : — 'That this meeting receive the report of the com mittee with regret ; but, cordially approving of the catholic principles of the British and Foreign Bible Society, and tho vital importance of its objects, resolve now to carry on this society as originally proposed.' He felt that he occupied no very enviable position in...

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FRANCE. Paris, llth December. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 3 March 1857

FRANCE. Paris, 11th December. Among the changes which have taken place in the administrative department of the Home Office, M. Giraud, chief of one of its most important divi sions, has resolved on retiring, in conseauencc of the fatigue caused by his very laborious duties, and which has affected hiB health. M. Giraud, who is still a young man, resigned a sub-prefacture when he entered the Home Office, where he gave proof of ranch intelligence, untiring activity, thorough' pro bity, and independence of character, and won the esteem of all who were tirougbt into contact with him. It is said he has declined, fer the present, accepting employment in any branch of tho public administration. 'It is already known,' says the Monittur, 'that the Emperor, ia his solicitude for the army, some time, ago ordered that the sub-officers or soldiers of th^and and sea force, who had undergone atnputa tioii in consequence of wounds received during the war with Russia, or in Africa, should he admitted...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 3 March 1857

,?1 IMIIHI — '' - — ? NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC. WE tho BUTCHERS of Ipswich, beg to inform that our M^AT v«ll * » Mutton. from 34.d. to ^^r ft after tMB date, and until further notice. February 28th, 1857. ? ? Steamer to Brisbane. jS^w^ The Favourite and Fast Steamer, iflffmd^BREADALBAm Captain Murphy, ISaa^^'will leave Ipswich for Brisbane To ||lif8l®morrow (WEDNESDAY), and every alternate day until further notice. Did February, 1857. TOR SYDNEY. n, The Packet Barque BOSNIE DO OK. Jj£_k K. W. Shoia. master, having portion J&mk of lier carRo engaged, will h*ve mime ^M» difttc despatch. For freight or passage, ^ffisSvaEra apply on board, or to ^°m™am' R fowKS & Co. ; or, J. & G. HARRIS. North Brisbane. Feb. 20, 1837. FOR PORT CURTIS. k_ The Fine Schooner DON JUAN. W JBL Tons. Captnin BeemneR. shortly ?* 3s8B 1«W. hwing e°°4 accommodate m^' t0 j & G. HARMS. North Brisbane; or R. TOWNS & Co., South Brisbane. South Brisbane, 20th February. 1857. WANTED...

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. DEPARTURE. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 3 March 1857

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. DEPARTURE. February 21. — Yarra Yarra. steamer. 400 tons. Captain Bull, for Sydney. Passengers— Mr. R. It. Mackenzie. Miss Mackenzie, Captain Feezo, Messrs. \-ianann. Htmrirnn O\-iilliviv,i 1}«-nl Ru-an I*';.,***, ford, and five in the steerage. EXPORTS. Yarra Yarra: 4 bales wool, Atkinson ft Stephens; 1 case, Roavdoff; 1 do.. liullnntyne; 1 -!--., Bryant; 1 case pines Gcrlcr; 1 do. do.. R. Cribb; 3 do. do., Zilman ; 1 do. do., Ballard ; 1 do., 1 cask do., Gerike ; 1 case do, Aland ; I cask, 1 case do, Hockings ; 2 cases do., Edney. Stbaxdixc op the Bmgantine Jaxe on Strad BROUE Iblakd. — We are sorry to have to record the stranding of the hrigantine Jane, 180 tons Irarthcn, Gould, master, on the afternoon of Tuesday the 17tb instant, upon the southern end of Strndbroke Island, or rather, at the spot better known 011 the chnrt as the ' bout passage.' From the particulars obtained from Captain Gould, it would appear that the Jane was bnmid to the Richmond for a...

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