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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 17 March 1857
Steamer to Brisbane. (ggfopl Tue Favourite and Fast Steamer, wfflKX&-^BREADALIiAN£, Captain Mcrphy, JmliKwIt leave Ipswich for. Brisbane To 53fSS!»2@fmorrow (WEDNESDAY), and every alternate day until further notice. 8rd February, 1857. TTNION CLUB, SYDNEY. Provisional Committee : The Honorable James Macarthur, Esq., M.P., Chairman. W. Bradley, Esq., M.L.C. B. Buchanan, Esq. H. 6. Douglass, Esq., M.L.C. Thomas Holt, Esq., M.P. R. M. Isaac, Esq. E. Knox, Esq., M.L.C. G. S. Lang, Esq., M.P. A. S. Leather, Esq. Pu trick Leslie, Esq. F. Lord, Esq., M.L.C. W. Macleay, Esq., M.P. Thomas S. Mort, Esq. T. Whistler Smith, Esq. William Spain, Esq. W. H. Suttor, Esq.. M.P. R. Tooth, Esq., M.L.C. R. J. Want, 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 10 0 Annual subscription ? 7 10 0 Members to be exempt from payment of the annual subscription during their absence from the colony. It ...
SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 17 March 1857
SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVALS. March 8.^— nnsbanc, steamer, Oaptain ? Warner, from Sydney March 4th, and. Newcastle the 5th. Passengers— Mr. Beaislojr. - , ; - . ; .???'?? 'March 9.— Don Juan, briguntino, ISO tons, Capt. Bremner, from Sydney on the 2nd instant. J-as- sengers— Mrs. Brtanner nnd child, Mr. Wad Mrs. Champion, and £1u the steerage. ' — —? ??? ». ? March 15.— Boomerang, steamer, 400 tons, Cant. O'Reilly, drain Sydney. 11th and Newcastle 12th instant. . PAftsengers— Mr. Bonn, Jtr. JicpbTroiihe. Mr. O,, rtettssler, llr. B. A. KlnKsTord, *IrTp. O'SttlUrao.'Mr. RtW.-m^fHeadmil CWpUln1 Mollisin, Mr. R. K. Mackenzie, Mr. Hunt, Mr. Eawlins, Mr. Rswlins, sen., Mr. Oberill, Mrs. Griffin, Mrs. Cobham, Miss Mackenzie, Miss Ryan, and 11 in the steerage. DEPARTURE. March S. — Boomerang', steamer, 400 tons, Captain O'Reilly, for- Sydney. Pusseugars— Mrs. Robertson aud three children, Mrs. Harris, Miss Underwood, Messrs. Black, Baylcy, Birlman, Smith, Brown, Alexander, and 29 iu the ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 17 March 1857
R. GILL, A UOTIONEEB AND GENERAL AGENT, XX. Post Office, Bell Street. Ipswich ©Ll) MAIZE A^D OATS. ON SALE by the undersigned, a small quantity ... of OLD MAIZE, also FEED OATS, and BEAN. B. GILD, Post Office Stores, Ipswich. Hen's Colonial Boots. ON SALE by tho undersigned, Men's Colonial liade Strong BOOTS, a good supply, at lor rates. . B. GILL, ' Post Office Stores, Ipswich. Ladies' Boots. THE undersigned has Just received ex GAZE ' SOUND, a fresh supply of LADIES' BOOTS, both single and double soles, and which he is sell ins; very cheap. ^ 3 B. GILL, Post Office Stores, Ipswich. CROCKERY. rpHE undersigned has just opened several pack JL ages, ex GAZBITOUXD, consisting of a varied Assortment of General WARE ; AWO Two very Handsome Breakfast Sets, - the whole of which will be sold very cheap. B. GILL, Post Office Stores, Ipswich. CEDAB. ON SALE by the un Jersigned, CEDAB BOABDS and SCANTLING, fa tote to suit purchasers. R. GILL, Post Office, Ipswich. ON BALE by tlie undersigned :...
SELECT POETRY. SILENT WORSHIP. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 17 March 1857
.-'r«xi..EO'S POETRY. SILENT WORSHIP. On thy fair and lofty brow, Lady, I am gating now; Scanning o'er ihf lovely faee And farm, replete with every greee. '? Enwrapt in worship silently. Language never may express All I'm tempted (o.confess, Thougbit should tell thee o'er and o'er OWjwtU that beat but to adore, ? - In love that worships silently. I lisp not love notes from a boot, My thoughts «,rc told in every look ; And what they are -when thou art nigh, Thoo readest in my- ardent eye, Gazing at 4bee silently. Lady, now thou knowest well The feelings that I've long'd to tell. Of lore that I can scarce control, Whose ardour quite consumes my soul, Although it worships silently. -Oh, need I say thy .gentle smile My deepest sorrow can beguile. That from th* bright and radiant glance 1 drink the pleasures which entrance Me » I worship silendy . Lady, how may poefs lay More of Wb devotion say f I love thee, and have loved thee long. T«t, save in this my modest song. Have loved and wors...
TISSUES, FUSTIANS, ARTICLES OF HOSIERY AND LACE OF WOOL ONLY. CLOTHS AND KERSEYMERES, AND SIMILAR FABRICS AND FUSTIAN. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 17 March 1857
TISSUES. FUSTIANS. ARTICLES OF HOSIERY A\p LACE OF WOOL ONLY. CLOTHS AND KUBEKTSIKKES, AKD SIMILAR FABEIC3 AXB FUSTIAN. Commou, of tbe value of from 4f. to 9f. the kilog., inclusive ? ? 70 Medium, of the value of from 9f. to 18f. the kilog., inclusive ? ,.. 105 Fine, of the value of more than 18f. the kilog., inclusive ? 160 FABRICS OF A LIGIIT KATDBE. Common, of the value of from 3f. to 8f. the kilog., inclusive . . . ; ? 60 Medium, of tbe value of from 8fc to I5f. the kilog., inclusive ? 85 Fine, of the value of 18f. and upwards the kilog., inclusive ? 110 COUNrEBrANISS AND COVKIILETS. Common, of the value of from 2f. 60c. to 6f. 60c. the kilog., inclusive ? ? 45 Medium, of the value of from Cf. 60c. to lOf. the kilog., inclusive ... ; ? 65 Fine, of the value of more thau lOf. the kilog., inclusive ? , ? 65 'ORIBKTA^ HOSIKUY (liONXMEUIE OLIENTALE). Common, of the value of from 15f. to 26f. the ? kilog., juclusive ? 120 ; Medium, of the value of from 16f. to 23f. the kilog., inclus...
TISSUES, MIXED WITH WOOL. &c. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 17 March 1857
TISSUES, MIXED WITH WOOL. &c. Tissues of cotton, of goat's or of camel's hair, with or without silk, the wool forming more thau one-half the mixture, and worth 3f. the kilog ? .35 tissues of cotton only, wool not forming more than half of the mixture, aud worth not less than 3f. 60c. the kilog ? 86 Tissues of wool and silk, containing at least 76 pur cent, of wool . , ? 90 Tissues of wool ond of floss silk, containing at liyiBt 60 pur ceut. of wool ? .65
WOOL—BY LAND. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 17 March 1857
WOOL— BY LAVD. If of the growth of neighbouring countries, some duties us chargeable ou importation iu French vessels. If of the growth of other than neighbouring coun tries, same duties as applicable ou importation in foreign vessels. No wool will bo considered as coarse when ex ceeding in value, if in grease, 1 franc 50 cents, or if uleanscd. 3 francs tbe kilog. Same duty on locks as oti nVece wool. ?»? To the above duties must be added tlie two tenths WAR TAX.
SHAWLS. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 17 March 1857
SHAWLS. According to the tissues of which they may be ?.ompodi-d, with the addition of 80 per cent, in tho case of embroidered shawls, if the embroidery cover. n ore titan one-quarter of the surface, And of -60 per ?Mtit. it' it covers more than three-quarters of the surface. WV-nring apparel (in packages of 26 kilog. in Ycight) nited according to the materials of which ibrnibri. deductions being made for the linings and. ?icccssorieB iu articles not allowed drawback. No articles of woollen thread c r woollen tissue will be admitted to the drawback unless tiie amount of tho drawback be at least lOf. The above drawbacks ore to be considered as ap plicable for six mouths from the date of the Decree (19th January, 185G). . ;. ..... Iu reporting the cricket matches about to come off . the Argus of the 21st says — ' The challenge to - Sydney, to play against Victoria in March, has not been accepted, and we must wait till October next, befuro wo receive another visit fcom the New South, V...
THE DISEASE AMONGST CATTLE. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 17 March 1857
THE DISEASE AMONGST CATTLE. (From the Botkursl Free Press.) The fatality amongst cattle not only in our own and tbe Lacblan districts, bnt on the Lower Hunter, has very naturally attracted a good deal of attention on the part of the public, and led to some little dw cussion in the Legislative Assembly. In reply to a question from Mr. llobertson — whether it was the intention of the Government to take any, and if any, what steps to arrest the progress of the disease, the Colonial Secretary said that no authenticated information of tbo matter has as yet reached him beyond what had appeared in the newspapers. If, however, the report should prove true,, tbe earnest attention of the Government would bs directed towards taking steps to arrest tho progress of tbe disease. It is to bu presumed, therefore, that the Government have, ere this,, been put in possession of the required information through Borne more authen ticated channel than newspapers' reports, or, if not, that tbe necessary s...
ANNIVERSARY MEETING AT THE CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 17 March 1857
ANNIYEBSABY MEETING AT THE CON GREGATIONAL CHUBCH. On Wednesday evening, a public tea-meeting Was held at tho Congregational Church to celebrate the second anniversary of the opening of that place. About 200 were present. After tea the Chair was taken by the Jtev. J. T. Waraker, when tbe attend ance was still more numerous. Tho proceedings were commenced by singing, after which the Rev. Dr. Nelson offorcd prayer. The Chairman said,— In commencing the more business part of the proceedings of tbe evening, he would in the first place begin with the Chair, which it appeared be was to occupy. There were many considerations which commonly influenced the selection of this officer; it was very commonly thought that no great demands wore made upon the person filling the office, that in fact anybody who would but keep moderately quiet himself, aud who was also able in a fair degree to keep others so. would do. He needed not to say that he was ex ceedingly reluctant under present circumstances...
WOOLLEN THREAD. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 17 March 1857
WOOLLF.X THREAD. The following drawbacks are allowed on tlie ex portation ol' woollen thread and tissues of wool : — CLEANSED. l'er 100 kllug. Francs. Common, of the value of from 2f. to 4f. 50o. the kilog., inclusive ? 40 Medium, of the value of from 4f. 50c. to 6f. 60c. the kilog., inclusive ? 70 Fine, of the value of more than 6f. 6c. the kilog., inclusive ? 100 NOT CLEANSED. Common, of the value of from If. 60c. to 3f. 60c. the kilog., inclusive ? 82 Medium, of the value of from 3f. 60c. (o 6f. 20c. the kilog., inclusive ? 66 Fiuo, of the value of more than fit 20c. tbe kilog., inclusive ? 80
FRENCH DUTIES ON WOOL. WOOL—BY SEA. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 17 March 1857
FRENCH DUTIES ON WOOL. WOOL— BY SEA. Per loo kilog. Franc*. In grease, or coarse skin wool, in French ships, from countries out of Europe . . . ? 5 In grease, or coarse skin wool, in French shij.'s, from elsewhere ? JO In grease, or coarse skin wool, iu foreign ships ? 16 In grease, or fine skin wool, in French ships, from countries out of Europe ? 10 Iu grease, or fine skin wool, in French ships, from elsewhere ? ..,..?.. 15 In .grease, or fine wool skin, iu foreign ships, 20 Coarse fleece, or scoured wool, in French ships, from countries out of Europe ? 10 Coarse fleece, or scoured wool, in French ships, from elsewhere ? 20 Coarse fleece, or scoured wool, in foreign ships 25 Fine flouce, or scoured wool, in French ships, from countries out of Europe ? 22.50 Fine fleece, or scoured wool, in French ships, from elsewhere ? ? 32.50 Fiue fleece, or scoured wool, in foreign ships 37.50
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 17 March 1857
' DEATHS. On the 2otb February, 1857, on board the barque Elizabeth Thompson, off Port Philip Heads Mary Ann , the beloved wife of Captain Edward Bond, and granddaughter of Mrs Margaret M'Greavy, of - New- castle, after a short and painful illness, borne with Christian fortitude, aged 20 years. Requiescat in Pace 'On'the 3rd March, at Canterbnry, near Sydney, William Hobart Seymour , late of the 99th Regiment the youngest son of Admiral Sir Michael Seymour , Bart., of Hordean, Hampshire, aged 87. At Drayton , on Sunday, the 8th instant, Charles William. the only child of Charles ana Elspeth Mason, aged 7 months. &nbsp; &nbsp; On Sunday the 15th instant, at his residence. South Brisbane, after a short but severe illness. George Christie, Esq., of the firm of Messrs. R. Towns and Co., merchants and shipowners.
PARLIAMENTARY PAPER. SHIPWRECKS AND DISASTERS TO SHIPPING Report. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 24 March 1857
PARLIAMENTARY PAPER. SHIPWRECKS AND DISASTERS TO SHIPPING. Redout. The Select Committee of the Legislative Council, ap pointed on the 26th September last, 'to in quire into and report upon the number of ?ship- wrecks and other disasters to shiDnintr which have tUken phxce in tlie immediate ricinitv, of Morcton Bay and Newcastle, respectively,' to gether with the cause of -such ; ** To inquire into and report upon the present, work ing of the lighthouse at Gnbo Island, Cape Howe ; *' To whom were referred certain papers and corres pondence between the Government Resident and Harbour Master at Moreton Bay, and the authorities in Sydney, in reference to tbe buoys, beacons, and lights, in that locality, and espe cially in connection with buoy A, in the ship channel ; ?' All correspondence between the authorities at Moreton Bay and Sydney, in reference to the purchase of the Pearl, buoy boat, and her suitability for the purpose ; -'Also, the correspondent between the Harbour Master and o...
THE PARLIAMENT. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 24 March 1857
THE PARLIAMENT. In the Legislative Assembly, on the 4th instant, MiV Donaldson moved the second reading of the Public Works' l-oa»Bi!l for 1857, which wan carried. Mr. Jones suffgegtcd a clause should be inserted that the amount bin rowed for More ton Bay should be charged to that district. Ultimately Mr. Donaldson consented to a proviso that in the event of Morcton Bay being erected into a separate colony, the amount should be charged to it. Carried. On the 5th instant, Mr. Donaldson moved die second reading of the Assessment on Stock Bill, which was curried, on a division, by a majority of 13, the numbers being — ayes, 25; noes, 12. The third reading was also carried. I The buui of £300,000 was voted for railway exten- ] sion to Cainbelltown. j In the Legislative Assembly, on the 9th instant, on the motion of Mr. Robertson, the House went into committee for the further consideration of the Impounding Bill. . j On the 19th clause, requiring notice of impound ing*^ be sent to owners...
LETTERS TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 24 March 1857
LETTERS TO THE EDITOR. [The Editor wiilict it. to be understood, that while evtry reasonable latitude will be altomed, he does notidentify himself Kith the opinions ezpretttd in the correnpond ence published in this Journal, All letters which appear under tint heading are written by parliet en tirely unconnected with the management of the Paper.] Eton Vale, March 13th, 1857. Sib, — I see an article iu your contemporary, the Courier, of tho 7th of this mouth, from the J-rayton correspondent, wishing ' now t« bring discredit on the Magistrates' for refusing the use of the court house. In tho first place, therefore, I should like to know, ' whon the court-house was asked for ? ' secondly, ' to whom was the requisition addressed ? ' and thirdly, ' how did I get possession of it ? ' In the first place, you, Mr. Kditor, will see by ' the requi sition' — a copy of which I no n- send you — that 'the court-house is never asked for'; secondly, that the said requisition is .addressed to Arthur...
SOUTH AUSTRALIA. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 24 March 1857
SOUTH AUSTRALIA. Tbo subjoined account of a fire in a dray and the destruction of crops mising thurefrom is from the Rf.giiler of tlio 17th:— 'On Friday evening, Mr. Sheppard, of Tankalilk, wai proceeding honiie from Adelaide with c dray containing a hogsbejd of brandy belongmg to Mr. Langlay, of Mypunga, a quarter-cask of brandy and n ensk of sorta-\yater and tcmonnde belonging to Mr. Brown, of Aldinga, a ^n.tiitity of tea, sugar, anil various otht-r goods, including somo lucifur matches. He . had nearly reached the turn Isiading to Morphett Vale, when he found the dray was on five, the mutches having probably exploded from friction. Ho h.id no other sissistance at first exo-jpt a woman who was on the dray, and his .utmost exertions could do no more thiin rslsase the 'bullocks. The dray aud its con tents were burnt, the fire also communicating with thu fnnce, oiid thence '-with' the standing crop, t^n or twelve acres, of which were destroyed, with about 100 fact of fencing.' ; Tho ...
DRAYTON MONETARY AFFAIRS. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 24 March 1857
DRAYTON MONETARY AFFAIRS. Sin, — I am desirous of directing public attention, through the medium of your columns, to what -I conceive a public grievance and n, .positive injustice' to the morcMitile and working classes of this dis trict. Some of the squatters Jiwe a practice of giving their superintendents authority to draw orders on them, payable at sight, or in some instances a few flays after. When a large number of these order* »re in circulation, and a few arc protentea for payment, Mr. Squatter makes it his twisiixMSs to start for bis station, or somewhere i-lsi\ and the holders rf the orders h«ve to layout of th'-ir money until rt suits the squatter's convenience to return and pay them'. , The other day n gentleman prcMitten1 n number nf orflcre, drawn by a superintendent on a sqmtt.r re siding at tho ?Stvninp, for payifceut, vhich was refused (the only excuse being thsrt five, o'clock on Saturlay evening irw too late to draw chuqurK), and the gentleman very disconrteonsly re...
(Copy.) To Arthur Wilcox Manning, Esq., Police Magistrate &c., &c. &c. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 24 March 1857
(Copy.} To Arflrar Wilcox Manning, Esq., Police Magistrate &c, &c., Sea. Sib, — Despatches having 'been received by his Rxcellency the Governor-General from the Right Honorable tho Secretary of 'State for the Colonies, expressing the intention of her MaieBty's Govern ment to erect the Northern Provinces into an inde pendent Golony; we have, therefore, the honor to request that yon will convene * public meeting of the inhabitants of Drayt-m and district of Darling Downs for the purpose* of expressing their strong approbation of that measure, and to adopt a humble address to her Most Gracious Majwrty the Queen on the oconeion. . Wo hflvc the honor to be, Sir, Vour most obedient unrvnnta. Edward 'Lord, William II. Groom, Stephen tfchan, N. O. Scanliin, W. Handcock, W. Warren, 'Charles Mason, William William. W. Armstrong. M.D., Thomas Alford, T. Bam ford.