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THE NORTH AUSTRALIAN. IPSWICH, TUESDAY, MARCH 24, 1857. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 24 March 1857

THE NORTH AUSTRALIAN. .IPSWICH, TUESDAY, MARCH 24, 1857. .- ? «. ? Anybody tthose fortune it may have been to be a nightly attendant upon the proceedings of Parliament, or, indeed, anybody whose pleasure it may have been to become a habitual reader of the reported debates of the two Houses, must have been painfully im pressed, a thousand times over, with a sense of how much of what is paid is merely idle talk, and how much of the time that is occupied in discussion is purely wasted. Measure the length of the session by the results actually accomplished iu it, and it will be a matter of wonder how so much time could have been engaged in achieving so little. Measure the length of the speeches by the matter contained in them, and it will become a subject for surprise that so many words could be found to express so 'few ideaa, and that the patience of any assembly in the world could bring itself to submit to the systematic infliction of so dull, so tedious, and' so unprofitable a style ...

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

TASMANIA; We hare dates from Hobart Town and Lannceston fc March 8. . . . - ? ... jTr. Gregaon had formed bis cabinet as follows ;— (^olonial-Seci^ary — ? ?? ? T, 6. Grecson. 1 ' 'jlonial-Trensu'rcr . .......;. C. Mei'odith. /.? -r tcniev-General ..., ? J. C. Gregsoti. Without Office.. ? J. H: Wedge. . Ditto ? ,....*.; James Whyte. DHto ? ,., M. Miller. ??_ Wr. Grcgson'himsclf was understood to have taken oflBce without «a1ary3 and in that, respect gives n.new aspect to colonial pntrioiism, Hn is a man df strops character and ability, but it is to be feared not of habits suited to the heavy and methodical work of office. Mr. Meredith, his principal colleague, is s gentleman much respected, but we are not made aware *of his political leanings, or the standavd 'of his capacity. He is, we believe, the husband of Mrs. Charles Meredith, formerly Miss Twauiley, an au thoress of some English fame. Victoria and Tnauiania will start abreast with their i:ew ministries : we wonder which will' ...

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

??. FME N0£3\Bi-. AUSTRALIAN. is 'published ever^yTMesaay:inornlhg,''an'ur'Tbrwardea to Cbuntry subscribers by that day's mail: ; ? ??'' Per quarter, in advance ...?.' 6s.«3.' ?'V er quarter, rcredit,- v*. ;-?;.. : fts.-fid. r Single number, sixpence. . The Quarters will termi nate on the 31st March,;. 30th June, 30th Septem ber, aud 31st December, at which periods only can * resignation bo received. ? No orders for withdrawal will be attended to unless given in writing. New subscribers will be charged from the date of com mencing their subscription. , - Advertisements will be charged at the rate of _ ''/'?' b.' d. Two lines....... ? i o Four „ , .j..,.».4.i.^...l... 2,0 , teiclit '„ 'i.\. '.'..'. . 'i.. .'?» . , , . .' .' ? S' 6 1 ; rifiv»y(ttaoiaonaiiHcb' ??,', .;.}.. i-'^'X'* , The iiumuef ofiitfterilSn'a mtlst bB;wirttoii:;on each advertisement, 3r ftiey^will be cttHtitauea tmtU COUn termatidcd.kndfch'ai-gedaicooidlngly; ^.tv. --:?:; ff All k3rders indiOoTn^hibafiotfiftd'be sent...

Publication Title: North Australian, Ipswich And General Advertiser, The
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LATEST INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 24 March 1857

LATEST INTELLieENCE. By the arrival of the Yarra Ya*ra on Fri day, we haVe received SJydney journals to the 17th iustaut. The January mail bad not arrived when the steamer left Sydney. The papers contain very little, interesting local news beyond the proceedings in Parliament, whyoh wiU Wfp^nCia otijf foui'th page. 1 ^ iNcwa from Oantont^ the 31st of Deo;inberTiad been received via Melhourao, Thero had been tome more fighting in China, and on the night oftho L4tli of Dfloemhor the foreign factories were burnt down by the Chinee.' OT»e Brjtidh Ships of war were j In Nicaragua General Walker has been successful in * Boriea of b&Wes with the Oeutr«l Americane. Oa ths 10th Noyattihar.Ocnbral Hornahy, with 200, inon Jdoft^ted liOU pf the euciny, under the Oo«te JRloati Gieoartl fi&nu. ., «Tho «nomy loBt 200, while fiorusW hf»d only 8 killed *oA U wonndefl, The j^Uttal had returned to Granada, *ndflioA the to \vbl Itft leaving ?£ vestige of ,it» The inhabitants liafl remov...

Publication Title: North Australian, Ipswich And General Advertiser, The
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INTER-COLONIAL NEWS. VICTORIA. March 12th [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 24 March 1857

INTER-COLONIAL NftWS. Viei'ORlA. RfHich 12th. The New Ministry waa sworti in yesterday at Goveriimnnt House. The list is ideiitical with that given in my iast communication. Chief Secretory and Premier ? Mr. CShannsey, Treasurer ? air. Vostor. Chiuf Commissioner of Public Lands ? , ? Mr. Home, Chief Commissioner of Public Works ? , ? Mr. Duffy. Chief Commissioner of Trade and Customs ? Mr. Greeves. - AUorney-GfciieriU ? Mr. Chapman. Kolicitor-flcuuMl ? Mr. Wood, 5fv. G'ShanaHsy made his etatement in the As sembly on the 10th, after which both Hoiikgb ad journed till the following day for the despatch of some urgent business. On that day the Council adjourned untill the 35th instant, and the Assembly until the 1.1th of April. The OaietU of the 11th contains tho official notifi cation nf the Kwearing in of the now ministers. Mr. O'Shan.issy's speech did not exceed an ex planation of the course taken by him in constructing his cabinet, except in one or two particulars. He stated his in...

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

MtSCELLANpA, Trim; 'fob Mimnun'AimfttetfAflKABLE VbhiAct-— An extraordinary trial' for murder, at the lateflV ronto assizes; has excite'! a very strong' feeling in Canadian «o~cit-ty. Mfi'ThomoB rHenaersoU.'flh' nl- toriiey, bad seduced the wire*rfMr. QeOrgeBrog'dih; of Port' Hop**,' a incmbcr of 4^ samoY^rdfessioii. Brdgdin aiirtlfoBdersoii wdVe jfottilg'niehv Tlieyliad. been fechdolfcllows, ?end'pupifs;iin tlie' 'same r Office.' 'Brogain/'who is tie's* twenty-five 'yesfrfe 6f rfge, Was' irthrriod t*o or tliree years ng*-; and lifts one child. Henderson was paying his addresses to 'the Sister of Mrs. Brnfrdiii ostensibly, Imt iir AMgiiBiiast'lio per suaded Mrs. Bvo'jdiii to elope wilh* iiiin. mid iifrar wurds, iii lutt^rs to his rri-;iids linnst'id that he hfld :'iartfl her liis mistress. Iln nlsn tnlrt Severn! parsnnF lint hi: ii'iv.-iys c.irii.'d uiirib, anri that Ijiogtiin tvhs l poor foal and cov.-.ird, who did wot uudcrstnnd (he use of them, and that if they chanced, to meet; ...

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SYDNEY PRODUCE CIRCULARS [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 24 March 1857

SVDN'EY PRODUCE CIBCULARS, _Tho wool market this week has been fairly sup plied, considering the weather. 'J'lio lots offered for sale were principally southern wools, and the condi tion of the brands, ia some instances, manifested more care in tho getting up. Puces remain firm, but thorn is not quite so much eagerness to purchase. Tallow continues as hist reported. And there is little appearance of change until parcels begin to arrive from the boiling establishments. Sheeptfkins have not arrived so freely, but prices are firm, mid in favour of the seller. Hides, heavy, have maintained their price. Mar ket firm, arid all descriptions offered wero freely taken by the trade and for shipment. Stock and sfcUious arc very dull of sale. Some ^ood properties in the Netv England District were inured at our Tuesday's auction sale, only one of which was sold, namely, the ' Sugar Loaf' Station, ?iear Annidnle, wiib €000 sheep (more or less), at .(5. 6d. per head. Stoee Sheep and Cattle. — The ...

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 — 24 March 1857

LOCAL AND DOMESTIC. To IiiiADitBS. — We have been compelled to omit some items of local news and notices of several subjects, intended for this day's issue, from want of space. Unclaimed Letters. — The following is a list of letters addressed to parties in tbe northern district*, returned from the country post office's, and lying at thu head office in Sydney, on the 15th ultimo: — Brubane-^llr. Baylies, Thomas Blossom, Joseph Booth, JosHph Bradshaw, Job Butler, itobt. Crunden, Thomas Davrsoji, Mrs. ' Df ck'son, F. Fass, Jame* Flood, Thomas J?oreruan; F. H. Forshall, Gharlec Goudchild, John Orcen, Jolin Halloran, H. Hay wobd, William Jarred, Sarah Johnson, William Johnston, John Jones, Dougald Keir, Wm. Keeley. P. Lour, Mr. M'01os!cy, John M'Lernay, Greofgc Kichols, John O'Connor, A. C. Park. Alexander Pollock (Union Bank), Richard Potter, James Qiilnn (Bank of New South Wales), Jolin Eadley, Joint Biley, Mrs. J. Robinson, Thomas Boilings. Thomas Rowland, If. 6mith (Union Bank), Samu...

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PUNCH. OUR WHISPERING GALLERY. For dll those who have attained their Ears of Discretion. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 24 March 1857

PUNCH. OUR WHISPERING GALLERY. For dll those who have attained their Ears of Discretion. It is along political life that knows no turning. What.is every one's joke is no one's Joke., j A 'wise -saw' is, doubtlessly, one that has cut its wisdom teeth. ? ';? . A -woman dies, but she never surrenders her age! Philosophy teaches u», when there is a crying ovil, to put cotton in our ears. . . ? . -.-..:. ' The snob, who has been once kicked, fancieB every gentleman's foot in raised egainst him. ?? : Excess of gratitude for a favour. is but too often used as the handle to a begging~bos fpr a second. ' Should there not be u ready advice' in the same way that there is ' ready money,'-for a man is al ways much more ready to part with the former than the latter? ' Analyse the truth, .and you will find that it 5s a drug, like most otlier drugs, fearfully adulterated in the market. .-....? There are compliments that censure as there tire natires that praise— and these are the compliments and sa...

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DRAYTON. March 20th. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 24 March 1857

PRAYT0N. March 20th. A correspondept writes aa Mlowa :-^-Our laud sales have astonished some of the knowing ones. The competition was brisk i but upon the whole the land has uot realised extravagant prices. The priuiR lot. opposite the camping ground, fetched £71 per acre, (the cheapest sold), and was purchased by our enterprising townsman, &lr. William Morton, who intends to commence building n first-rate brick hotel immediately. The Land Sale mali&ed close upon £6000, and every lot put up was sold. The Caiandnon mail, due yesterday, is loat; tho pack-horse bolted from tbs postinao, and got clear airay. . - ? ,

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INDIA. THE WAR WITH PERSIA. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 24 March 1857

INDfA, THE WAR WITH PERSIA. We are indebted to our Melbourne contemporaries for tho following : — We learn from Calcutta, thnt the telegraph is nearly complete across the- Earotian desert to -Sues!, and that the railway has advanced to the centre station, and was to be available for passengers so far by tbe end of Fobnmry. The whole line is to be completed in June, when, the passage from Alex andria to Suez will be accomplished in nine hourif. This will si tor Urn the time occupied in the transit of the mails between England and the East by two davs, and this saving of time will also be effected in the transmission of the mails to aud from Australia. Another day wilt soon be saved !-y the completion of some new lines of-Tailway, and tjie improved speed in the existing ones between Cnlais and Marseille?. Tiic English majlH for India by the Australian mail packets to Galle. will not be available to India until some furtlisi- arrangements tiro made, as they will rpmwn }n the Gnlle post...

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HOME SENATORS VI.—SIR EDWARD BULWER LYTTON. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 24 March 1857

HOME SENATORS, Bt a Litebauy Vagabond. VI.— SIR EDWARD BULWER LTTTON. You may swear to him by his white boots. Mal travers, fresh from Bohn, was not one curl more of a dandy. His Charles the First's beard is as fine as dots-silk-, his moustaches as iettv and rich as his own Florence Lasceiles* curls. His dark eye would have outrivalled Arbaces the Egyptian's. It ia dreamy, and large, and full of love, light, and genius, aud fine manly pluck. He makes up a splendid chest and drapes it with a black scarf set off with pearls. The collar of his crimson velvet vest gleams over tbe top- of his coat and throws a rich flush upon bis check. His wristbands flow down like ripples of cream, to the very tips of his Angers ; and almost compete with the pallidness of the thin narrow hand. He looks a three-volume-morocco-gilt man to the very letter. No one I know would: carve better in ivory or cut & finer figure under a glass case at Mechi's. He is as elegaut as Pelham, as pale as Zanoni, ...

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DALBY March 17th. 1857. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 24 March 1857

DALBY, [FltOM OUB COftttESPOKDKS*.] Ularch 17tb. 1837. : I am sorry to aay that the statement contained in my lust report, from mere hearsay, turns out to bu strictly true. The unfortunate young man, Wtfliam Lucas, tho mailman from this town to Tarribno, line been -found near Vvombo, drovriiod. with Ins horse, in Attempting to carry out Jiis duties; nnd that the loss of human lifo, it in foared, trill bo largur. than originally reported. ' The loss. of shesp, tlirough thu Qoods of tho Lower Clondamiua, have been Very l»e*yy. .' ,. ? : The weather has taken up, ntid the tivom are lowering fast, tn the great satisfuction of all partiuH. Drays of all kinds will Boon be able. to ford thu rivers as usual. Supplies arc Much noeded, muny of tin' stations being Jns^tate of starvation. ? ^ At the Oourt-house, on Ibe Ifitb inntant, Edfrard. Qdffith appeared before P. Nicol, Esq., J.P., having been out on bRil, charged wiHi having a furgod OrdofOn Mr. JttoSitt in his pnaflCBsion. The Bench . a...

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

BIRTH. Ott the 15th of March, at Badumb* the wife of St. George B. Gore, Esq., of ft son. ' Steamer to Brisbane. ei££t£23. Thb Favourite and Fast Steamer, 35v|lK$^#.RJ^IM£Bi4A-'i;, Captain MuaPHT, A^g^pb-.-i» leave Ipswich for Brisbane To ^jSSKi&WisS'monow (WEDNESDAY), and every alternate day until .further notice. 3rd February, 1857. GREAT ATTRACTION!!! M. La ROSIERE'S Licensed Travelling Circus, EHENBOKOCGH STREET, Rear of North Star Hotel. M. La ROSIERE HAVING returned to Ipswich, begs to inform the Inhabitants that the Circus will open on THURSDAY EVENING next, the 28th instant, ?when will be presented for their amusement evory novelty lately introduced in Equestrianism and Gym nastics. The Circus is fittcd-up in the most comfortable rnaaner, and every attention paid to the comfort of the audience. Doors open at 7 ; and the Performance to Com mence at half-past 7. Reserved Seats, 4s.; Standing Places, 2s. 8d. iSF* TrcKEis to be had at the North Star Hotel. No Smofcingi^l...

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

IPO ADVERTISERS. //- is respectfully requested .that the NUMB Eli OF .INSERTIONS be written on each Advertisement, or ;thty will be continued.. . vm.'jY countermanded, and charged .accord ingly.

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 — 24 March 1857

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE^ ' ARRIVAL. March 21.— Yarra Yarra, Bteamer, Captain Bell, rom Sydney 16th. Passengers— Mr. N. Bartlejv Mr. West, Mr. G. S. tang, Mr. Jones, Mr. Freer, Mr. Hash, Captain Master, and 6 in the .steerage. DEPARTURES. March 13. — Dob Juan, schooner, 180 tons, Capt [Jremer, for Port Curtis. Passengers— Mr. Gray rod servant, and ooc in tho steerage. March 16. — Bonnie Dpon, barque, 250 tons, Oapt. Slioll, for Sydney, Passengers— Mr. Street, and SO in the steerage. ' - . ? r - Mrirch 19. — Boomerang, steamer, 400 tons,. Cflpt. 3'Beilly, for, Sydney. . Passengers— Mr. J. Marks, Mre.JMarks. Misb Marks, Mr. B. tooth, Mr. A. Salbraith, Mr. F. Ardriok. Mr. BOurcioaall, Mr. P. Le^lit; Mr. W. licklie, Mrs. ttalbralth, Mrs. 'J^K#y. ind 40 ^iii the steerage. . ? ? ?' ? . ?' , IMPORTS. ' ? :? Yam, Yarra : 20 bags potatoes, Ahem ; MAigB- ' lends beer, N. Bartley; 1 parcel, Bays ;^||fltoio, Burdoff; 3 horse, Bush ; 4 half-chests and Ipjests «a, J.Bpwen; I parcel of -leather, 1 ca...

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

BITRQLABY. tXTHUREAS the Premises of the undersigned Tj were feloniously entered on the evening of the 20th insUnt. between the hours of 8 and 10 o'clock, taxi the following WATCHES Stolen :— Double-ease Silver Vertical Watcb; same inside . J. *Fones, London ; No. 8881 1 out at repair. Silver Geneva Hunting Watch; Baffin, Geneva; Ho.S7. ' Silver JUwr^unting Watch; Adams, Liverpool; No.'9874;'c»ppe3; out of repair; Silver Curb ^--Qb»ixu' '.._.,_..? ? ?' Cfenuao Silver Hunting Watcli -, Edmonds, London ; -JJo. 1659 j out of repair; Silver Chftin. BUver l-ouble-hottomea Geneva Watcb ; Silver Dial ; tack of case ^would not close. . Silver, Double-ciise, Old-fashioned Watch ; no hands nor -jglass; figures for the numbers instead of . rpmftn charjacter, and 3, 6, 8, and 12 written in L iblli We^tie0ri Sil*«r-5arbO«ara. Any one stopping parties offering any portion of ' the *oove property for sale, will, on application to the CIJH3F CONSTABLE, or ±o 1lie ^undersigned, &6 liberally ...

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PUNCH. CRINOLINA. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 31 March 1857

PUNCH; CfUNOUNA tesbia'sflkirt doth stnaroing fly, But none bbneryes how full ft streameth ; ^Siitiof remarking fao -one dreameth. Bolde'Ptistodftreputon L My liiia's skirts of extra size* ; Jpffbt *be «cniH, Initfivery one By unexsinpled bulk ?urftrise*. Oh, my Crinolini dear, ..?; .-....? My pavetnent-filling GrinsttaaV. ? Beauty lies „ Iir mod'rate sife. But Toil in four's, my Crinollna. LewbiA's dibeas kecpo out the cold, Good-taste, £ood -sense, nil feel, bare graced it ; But 7%«vipproval must withhold. ( There's not a breadth of stuff in't wasted ! Oh. my Una's skirt for me, . . ' That swells balloon-like on the breeeesj , Letting everybody see How far stuff can go, if it pleases ! Yet', tiiy Crinoiina dear, . ' My ruiitling, hell-shaped Crinoiina, ; Tante in dress ? ' . \( ' ^n't .well be less ^ Than ifoadinplay, my Crinoiina ! ^ehbft. IfSBi ft^aist refined; . B'iA'whS* Kneh mod'ratc drapery round it, ? Who can teU her heart's confined. From breaking bounds, when Love hath fo...

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WORKING UNDER THE SEA. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 31 March 1857

WomttKO 'ONDRB tTflB 6BA. . V KKwn -*«? A«w TorkTribvny.) On .TJmreflay vrja vrent to -llen Cove toiwitnojs the operations of tlw Nnntiloq— i»ot:the fitmops little nnvi/Ator of, amithern «««?,. of whose J-eerly tmmiie nnii i-iiHil« sails so nilKdi liM beeo «aid ;aad srthft. hxit- a (rrent. iron 'divlnp macUine. used. for vpjorintt .the liuojt ViiT rivers, laying tlie foiindatimi jfi»iiTu «en tval|Vftnd .broak\vatari, and for a variety fotlirr snliinni-l'ic bncrntlofts. trhlch has been vm ippily 'i-i'mil »tfter tlin littlii ; shell-fish. This .?oiidiMfn! Kii!i-liuii% liki! the Nfttitilns, is no con ^tmcl.-d that it luoy be raised to the surface or 'owered to the bottom of the water at the will of 'he operator within. Unlike the antiquated diving iwsH. it may be held lauBlspensIon in mid-water, by its own specific gravlyv «43 moved to and fro, from right to Jeft, backward M^farward, according to the requirements of the wrttt in projrreBs. Ex pensive hoisting-tackle, aud tbel*hour oMif...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 31 March 1857

7 ?. -\t^^B)SMi^'^^Ta^r./-*ii--..*^|id. &ikgle nuniber, «ixpehc$. *iiiaQtUrte» «1H termi nate-on the ')ll8t Mnrctii 30th June, SCth Septem ber, and alei; Dccunib'er, at'Tviiich t-eripdB'«nly can resignation .be raceived. Ko OrderB for withdrawal will be attenflBd to unless giVcn in writing. New eubsoribipi will be charged from the date of com S-ej^»a?ir,»nb»1aibtion. ?? Awi^lemeuts will he.charged at the tat* of ; ?,-?; ?.%??;,«*._'=/? ?.'??? ? ? - -'. . Bj/-i. i j, 4^^vfl^||adji^Snal. J«tch ; ;»?::.?. . . . , . X ^ - ' ^Bwianmbet of Jnsertlonii must be written on each fcdvert«eai«it,«r,they ^f Jlhfi.coi»ttnuBd tinta^oun toitnttiided, and charged ac^irolngly. Z ?? :--®0£. ! ' All' --r*prB Mfl Ct)Bimnnt(Satton« to be KcmT^o the . ^'^JVt''ftlM»^- KvJ-«''fl A.C. BA^'iole hiwtcn r rented ;aml MbjliMie)I hy Edmdkh Jon« .' iJAYu; aijd Aiailrai XSaWjics Uavb, siile Pro* ' prlet««i,-nt the OBioeof tlic Notrrn Aottsauai .. East Struct, Tueeday, Mardi 2(1. iaffl.

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