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

TJIE Tr»ATlLIAME!}T. In tbe Legislative Assembly, on the 17th ultimo. Mr. Daniel Henry Denlebj took the oaths «nd Iiit seat as member for Argylc. ' ?? ?' ?????? ? Mr. Jones moved the adoption of the report of tin Select Committee on the City Commissioners' Department. The honorable gentleman f.uoki severa] hours, quoting largely- froa* the evidence taken . before the Select Committee, in support oi his motion. ' The debate was continued till half-past % o'clock when the House divided with the following result, for tbe motion 21, against it 23: Messrs. Sandcmau, Holt and Buckley voted with the Ministry, and Mr., Irving and Mr- Uichardsou were absent Iron) their posts. Tho petition of certain Inhabitants of New England, praying that district may not be separated From Now South Wales, was ordered to be printed. In the Legislative Council, on the 18th ultimo, tlte Masters' ana Servants' Bill was read a third, time and passed, ' In- the Legislative Assembly, on the same day, the House we...

Publication Title: North Australian, Ipswich And General Advertiser, The
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INTER-COLONIAL NEWS. SOUTH AUSTRALIA. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 10 March 1857

TNTElt-COLONiAL NEWS* SOUTH AUSTRALIA. With respect to the Immigration to Soi.tl.AuKtrona, ti.« Alrlafc 'TiMi savs—'lt is an unpleasant fict Sat Sonti i Austria ' U not ouiy been cxpwding ^-S^Wnnd In -o».p»yin2 her ,-ichwt nfflghhonw CO-n};-S.\o The' VnlTcl^for gold tho ^r ron arH-'The vant of success which has hitherto Sod the Search fop gold, has by no mean. «r Unwished public expoctatious on the subject. T ouah as vet undeveloped, the existence of gold in Sou tu lustrklia is still bilioved in by many. A now Kon h«. hoover, been giv^i to tho «*'*!--%* .' _ j_.,:™ ..r,,i-uil« tii trv what amount, it any

Publication Title: North Australian, Ipswich And General Advertiser, The
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THE DRAYTON POLICE. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 10 March 1857

T«I5 DBAYTON POLICE. Sin,— Si|icc the lamented decease of ' Phiialethes' of the Courier, tike correspondent of the North Australian lias become dumb. Thus, it appears that two of our stars hare been extinguished at the same time. In consequence of this sad disaster, we, the inhabitants of Dray ton, are deprived of those delectable police reports which figured so conspicuously in' you? publication. Tn order to supply this deficiency upon a small scale, I beg to forward you the following piece of intelligence. Ou Friday last, a prisoner of tho name of Mac dougal, well known in this district—and, I believe, in every other of the colony— effected his escape from bur watchhousc. . He had been apprehended upon a variety of charges, such us the insignificant one horse stealing, saddle stealing, -fcc, -fec, and committed to take his trial upon one of them, and remanded upon the others. Having got clear of the watchhouse, ho very deli berately caught hie two horses iu the police-paddock, sad...

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VICTORIA. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 10 March 1857

VIGl'ORIA. The Age of the 9th instant »ays-' mo ?/?«''»» Select Committees i. not working '^f T %* session. Few of them can get a quoru.il. Jiio Federation Cpmmtatoo h» not .even ^d to , ge t a meetintr The Penal Discipline wm»'«= '*= Xnrncd from week to woefc for want of a quo.un, ; and Mr John Price will escape, hecausa honourable members are exhausted «ith tho long ? d«b*tos of ihe nreS night. The most successfu Comm. tees mve been those involving kgal i'^^'' ': amelv. the Election Committee, and the Laug and Drako Committee, There is no remedy for tl s failure of the committee system, except doubling the nu be. of membois of the Assembly. The present House cannot do the work of the cpunti'V. On the 'ubj«ct of artesian springs tiiq^iM of the 5th lms the following w» When reference : was made to this nnbj.wt a few day* since.it waaltdB oxpTotod that thi finding of an artc« an ap.»ng would so soon be 'a great fact.1 .At that turn- n wn not even known i.im. ;i »n-»--. '»- ' ? o ? a ...

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

Ipswich Mutual Benefit Investment and BaHding Society. THE Shareholders of the above Society we respectfaily informed that the FIFTH MONTHLY MEETING: will Uike place at the OLD COURT HOUSE (THIS EVENING), at half-past 7 o'Clock, for receiving Subscriptions, and Sale of Sharo.*'--' '''???-??***?-'? ?- -V ?? ???--. , E. P. WHITEHOUSE, .*?. ???;.-;. Sbcbetaet. T T N I 0 N C t, V'.-B , SYDNEY. Paovieipjjii. -Committee i The Honorable James Macarthur, Esq., M.F., Chairman. W. Bradley, Esq., M.L.C. B. Bnchanan, Esq. H. G, Douglass, Esq., M.L.C. Thomas Holt, Esq., M.P. B. M. Isaac. Esq. .: E. Kuox, Esq., M.L.C. ; G. S. Lang, Esq., M,P. A. S. Leather Esq. Patrick Leslie, Esq. F. Lord, Esq., M.L.C. W. Mwsleay, Esq., M.P. Thomas S. Mort, Esq. T. Whistler Smith, Esq. William Spain, Esq. W. H. Suttor, Esq., M.P. R.,T6oth,:Esq., M.L.C. R.'J.'Waiife Esq., M.L.C. Edward Wise, Esq. Major Wingate. It is proposed to establish in Sydney a Club under the above designation. Proposed entrance fee ? £10 1...

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

'* LoisBbNv 9Xobes» ipswicb. THE PDBLIG are respectftilly informed Uiai tlie above Establishment will be CLOSED TO MORROW (Wednesday), at 6 o'clock p.m., Instead oftbcuaaalhpur. CBIBB & FOOTE. March lOtb, 1857, PLEASURE TRIP TO THE LIGHTHOUSE, Ou FRIDAY, the t3t.I, hist., and Buck the same day, per BREADALBANE, steamer, Coplam MORPHT. ' toSfcs^a. At the solicitation of many Gentle tf YWBfcfv^ ««eu in Brisbane and Ipswic'a, who &g«iH«^- have expressed a desire to view the £?f£^fcS«gf$ Lighthouse, and enjoy a Day's Plea Bure, the steamer BREADALHANE will leave Brisbane for that purpose on FRIDAY next, the ]3th hist., at 9 o'clock, a.m., and. »U1. return the. same day. , For the convenience of passengers trom lpswicn, tho steamer will proceed to and return from Ipswich on Thursday the 12th inst. Refreshments will be provided by Capt. Murphy at a reasonable charge. Tickets 15s. each; maybe had of Capt. Murphy, Messrs. J.&G. Harris, and R. TOWNS ft Co. PANTON &...

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THE NORTH AUSTRALIAN. IPSWICH, TUESDAY, MARCH 10, 1857. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 10 March 1857

THE UOBfrH MJSTRaftiay^ *~? ''I'rsVrCU. TUESDAY, MARCM 10, 1857... We aro glad to fiud'by a report.pf the pro ediS ^ the Legi/ativc A^embly;ou^ %h tltimo that, in , the abaeuoe of Mr. ;T ' rfi «n account of indisposition, Air. ABVOLD has taken charge of the .Impounding Bill wbich is second to, npnom; groat and Semi importance to the people of this d.s S and tho colony generally The present Act has been almost -anivomlly. condemned on account of its monstrous provisions againrt Sc personal liberty of casual towpawers oi» pLLl runs, and the iniquitous dnvnfl ; fees, Ihioh in many instances led to the mtuo. confiscation of the impounded cattle. We quite agree with Mr. Amold, that the nrinoiple of the Impounding Act ought to 13 two objects, namely, the protection ol Property against the trespass of any stray Xi the one hand, and the enabling of the owners thereof by easy process to recover them at as little expenue, a»d u i small a loss 'r VL« m. noBsiblo. The new Bill attempts to accom...

Publication Title: North Australian, Ipswich And General Advertiser, The
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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVAL. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 10 March 1857

SHIPPING iSTEMGENCE. ? AirinnrAY. A»n?i? V'BoSf'Sfc^'R P**60!^, 400 ions, Cantain

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

TEE NORTH AUSTRAIjIAN is piiblifshed every Tuesday tnorning, and' forwarded to country subscribers by that day's mail. ? '??',- .-. .-.-. ,,-? Terms: ??????. ,,' Per 'quarter, in advance .... 6s. Cd. Per quarter, credit ........ 7s. Cd. Single number, sixpence. The. Quarters will termi nate on the 31st March, SOth June, 80th Septem ber, and 31st December, at which periods only can resignation be received.* No orders for withdrawal will be Attended to unless given in writing. New, subscribers will be charged from the datejsf ^com mencing their subscription. ' ' ? 'T 'fi:' Advertisements {rill be charged at the rate i-f '?,-?' --..--'*; '.d.-? ' Two lines ? -1 0. Four „ ? .; ? MB 0 Sis „ ? 2 6 Eight,, ? 8 0 Every additional inch ....;... 1 0 , .Tlie number of insertions must be written on each advertisement, or they will be continued until coun termanded, and charged accordingly. ' ? All Orders and Communications to be sent to tlie EptTbB, pr to Messrs. E.J. aud A. C. Bats, sole Propr...

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PUNCH. ELEGY. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 17 March 1857

PUNCH; ELEGY. {Written -near a Suburban Station House, by a ' Ticket-of'Leave Man.) The muffin-bell proclaims the parting day, Tho city clerks wind, weary, to their tea, The Crusher cook ward plods bis steady way, And leaves the streets to Bill Sykes and to mo. Now far and wide there's uot a Blue in sight, Like harmless loungers, safe our watch ire hold, Save that we grasp the life-preserver tight, And the garotte arrange in artful fold. Meanwhile from yonder station-house the snore Of sleeping Crushers makes it very plain, That Blues who snooze when they the streets should scour, ' Will ne'er molest our solitary reign. Within those well -warmed rooms Inspectors paid Out of the parish rates the peace to keep, Each in his watch-coat vt&rm and snugly laid — The mild protectors of tbe public — sleep. The choking call of passengers forlorn , With the garotte twitch 'd dcxt'rous o'er their beads. Cries of ' Police t ' and ' Murder ! ' faintly borne* No more trill rouse them from ...

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

THE NORTH AUSTRALIAN. IPSWICff, TUESDAV, MARCH 17, 1857. It Las been pointed out to us since our last issue appeared that we were in error when we stated that the sum of £150 had beeu placed upon the estimates for this year for the erec tion of a bridge at Ipswich, by which we understood Little Ipswich ; for we *AiA not know at the time the article was written that application had been made to the authorities by a few individuals to get this sum for the erection of a bridge oyer the gully in Bremer Street, and for which we understand the money has been votecL This, no doubt, will be a work of great utility, and a work of necessity, but not of immediate and pressing necessity ; and we think that before this new project was mooted, the progress of a work of far greater importance, namely that of the bridge over the Bremer and Deebing Creek ought to have been provided for. With regard to the latter, we believe that no one will venture to assert that its completion is not a matter of th...

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

VARIETIES. A Sebvast GiuVh Bumedv. — A gentleman ob serving a servant girl, who wns left-lmnded. placing 'lie knives and forjcR on the dinuer-ttfblu in (he same awkward portion, remarked tqher ttint she was lay ing them ]ert-u.i)idud. 'Ob, mdade! said she, Vso X have 1 Ve pluaed, sir, to help me to turn tho table round 1' 41 1 s.iy. Put,' sold n Yankee, ?? why don't you sue thiit r.u) way, company for the diuunges you have received ? both of your legs broken to smash ; BUe thum for damages.' — ' Sue them for damages, eh, boy 1 I havs damages enough already ; IUI sue them for repairs.' . , ; A wagsjish newspaper recently published the mar riage of P. l'luminiT Unbsnn, lisq., to a daughter of ij'ivernor Wisi', «f Virginia, under tho caption oi ?'Hobson's choice.' Another waggish newspaper «*v«— ' Well. Hobnon's elioice was, most assuredly, i Wise one.' ? . A lawyer ankoA n Dutchman in court what ear imrks n i% l«aJ tlmt was in diuute. 4 Veil, heliari io eai-inin-ks -2sccj-t a very sho...

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

LATEST INTELLIGENCE. The Boomerang arrived on Sunday, and brings Sydney papers and advices to the 12th instant. There iB no later news from Eng land, the only items of general interest not in our correspondent's letter wo subjoin. We are indebted to the polite attention of Captain O'Reilly for a copy of the Empire of tho 12th instant. The Masters' and Servants' Act. and the Moreton Bay District Court Bill have been assented to by ilio Governor-General, and have now become the laws of the land. In the Legislative Assembly, on the 11th instant, the Assessment on Stock Act Continuation Bill was read a second time. By a paragraph in the Sydney Morning Herald^ o{ the 9th instant we regret to observe the following relating to the Hon. member for Clarence and Darling Downs : — Mb. Clauk Ihvino. — This gentleman was at tacked with an alarming illness on Friday night, after leaving the House of Assembly. His friends will be glad to learn, however, that the more serious svmptoms have abated, ...

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THE MEDITATIONS OF A MAID. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 17 March 1857

THE MEDITATIONS OP A MAID. What a relief it is to shut myself up in my little budroom, and to shut out all eyes and earsl AH day long I feel constrained, and wish for night, with its freedom from observation, the delicious abandon ment It affords to one's own thoughts and feelings. I did not always feel so — only since I have knovru Edward. Gradually, silently, surely, has he been stealing away my Heart— yes, stealing it ; I have not given it him. He lias not asked {or my lovtv and yet I am afraid I love him. I suppose I ought to be ashamed of this. I hardly know whether I am or not. If any one were to tax me with loving un sought, I am not so very sure that my heart is not truer aud wiser in its instincts than the world. I am sure my love is not selfish ; for I do not love because I am loved. I am suce my love is not ignoble; it rests on a worthy object. 'My judgment seconds my heart ; I love him because he is manly, and yet child-like. . Could any character be more captivating to ...

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SYDNEY. March 11, 1857. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 17 March 1857

SYDNEY. [FROM OUR COttBESrOKDEKT.] March 11, 1857. It is agreed on all hands that the first session of the Colonial Legislature, under what is termed re sponsible government, has been top protracted. It is true that tho three chanscs of Miuistrv which so soon followed the advent of the uew system occupied much of the time that would otherwise have been devoted to business, and that, with ' their blushing honours thick about them,' many of tbe members thought fit to indulge in large outpourings of their eloquence, which, though few persons except them solves pursue tlie weary task of wading through them, have taken up so much time that the middle of March finds the Houses still sitting. The Honor able the Presideut and the Honorable the Speaker, compelled to listen to the dull prosing or vapid flourishes of self-important senators, find their drowsiness relieved only when they are Appealed to on a point of order, having- ruled ?which they again repose on their official cushions till ...

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BARON ALDERSON ON TICKET-OF-LEAVE. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 17 March 1857

n.\nOX ALDKRSOV 0-T TICKET-OF-LT5AVE. \t »ln- --|» 'uins of tho winter assizes for South l.:iui!.-i.s!ii;r. nt. Liverpool, on Monday, Mr. Baron Alili-rs'in delivered -iu unusually lengthy charge, rlu-. tn',m:ip:il tonics of his address bfinir the ticket of-li-Hw .evst.im. tninx}-ort»riD». nud H-e reformnfion ol'rritiiiiuils. After tint usual complimentary phrases lo tlii1 :,t.iii-1 jury hi6 lordship Raid : Gentlemen, you will fiu-1 .-i irnnll m.-in.r r.nsee — I don't know how ninny— in which people have 'bucti jmrdoncd, bo to sp.-nU, ii nd come back into the world with what is1 oallud at present n tuiket-of-lcavi-., which crrtainly acums to m« — in its effects I mean— hii unwise pro position. They ure let loose upon society; and tln-| reason is. -tlnut U iv impossible tn k^pp persons foi ? «o long « tim« -as they wcru tisualir truu»nort«d I'oi ' 'i»f(irc in thU country. IVopIn get tired, and 'tlici ?liu chaplain* «f tlio gaol bounnje extremely urUiii ive: the offender turns up tlie....

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DALBY. March 10th. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 17 March 1857

DALBY. [PKOM ODB COnBESPOXDENT.1 March 10th. I deeply regret to report to you the death of Mr. Henry Ferrett, brother of John Ferrett, Esq., J.P., of Walloon, Lower Condamine, under the following melancholy circumstances :— It appears that on the 4th instant, the deceased gentleman attempted to ewiin his horse across the Condamine, at Gree'nbank, when the current, which was running very rapid at the time, carried his hone down the stream, and the unfortunate gentleman becoming alarmed pulled his horse's head up against it, and in doing so turned the animal over, when tho deceased lost his Beat, and sunk to rise no more alive. He had been only twelve mouths in this part of the country, and was mueh esteemed by all who knew him. He leaves a widow and two children to deplore bis untimely eud. I fear tbe loss of life will befpund to be considerable on account of the floods in this part, as the Conda mine and its tributaries are bank high, and in many places overflowing. A servant of Mr....

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THE SCIENCE OF SHOPPING. A LECTURE FOR THE LADIES. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 17 March 1857

THE SCIENCE OF SlBlPl'ikqv A LECTOttE FOB THE LADIES. {From Ike Examiner.) The love of the cha*e, a raling passion of tbe Anglo-Saxon, is not confined to tho banters in leather breeches and top boots. There is hunting in petti coats and crinoline also, and the town shares with lite country, tlie excitement of the national pastime. Bargain hunting is the civic and feminine form of the propensity. This )h to our womankind what deer stalking or fox-hunting is to their husbands and brothers. Tiiero is tlie Regent Street hunt and the Oxford Street hunt. Mrs. Smith and Mrs. Jones beat up Soho, and Mrs. Drown and Miss Robins** have a fine run, very good hunting dav, from Charing* cross to Chcapsidc ; for it may be observed that our sportswomen uHiinllv hunt in couples. At this time of the year there is often a close re semblance between the game of the streets and the fields : if it is not the wild animal itself that Mrs. Smith is trotting after, it is commonly the fur in the shape of a ch...

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LOCAL AND DOMESTIC. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 17 March 1857

LOCAL AND DOMESTIC. Omission.— In a paragraph which appeared in our last issue, a person named Charles Sloane, a carrier, was reported to have been incarcerated for seven days, for having obstructed Constable Carson in the execution of his duty. This is a mistake, it should have been reported that Sloane jfos sentenced to be imprisoned in default of payment of the fine of £1. The amount was paid at the time, aud ho was im mediately discharged. Excor9ion To the Bay.— The Breadalbant left Ipswich, on Thursday afternoon, having on board a goodly number of ladies and gentlemen, who bad made up their minds to oujpy the pleasure trip to the Hay, for the purpose of inhaling the fresh sea breeze, nnd viewing the lighthouse recently erected at Cape Moreton. A great number of people welcomed the arrival of their friends and acquaintances when the steamer reached Brisbane, and on the following morning several parties joined the company having ridden overland. At the appointed hour the splendid...

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LITERATURE. MR. THACKERAY'S LECTURES ON THE "FOUR GEORGES." [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 17 March 1857

LITERATURE. ME. THACKERAY'S LECTURES ON THE 'VFOUR GEOEGES.' (Fran- the Home Ntus.) Mrl Thackeray lias been delivering, with great ? success, liie series of four lectures od 'The Four Georges/1 ia the Music Hall, at Edinburgh : — OF the nature arid character of these lec tures,, our readers will fee enabled to form a tolerably accurate opinion from the following striking and characteristic passages. We have selected them not less for their iutriusic merit, than as examples of the peculiar manner in whioh'Mr. Thackeray treats bis subject. The following sketch — in which the hand that gave .us some well-remembered imitations - of English novelists will be readily recognised ?—opens one of his lectures : — : We may begin to-night's lecture, as a favourite 'English novelist has sometimes been accustomed to ' commence his pleasant romances, by saying that, some time in the afternoon-of the 14th June, 1727, two horsemen might have been perceived galloping along the road from Chelsea to Ri...

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