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RUSSIA. Berlin, October 31. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 12 February 1856
RUSSIA. (FrOin the ttmts' .CorretootukaD ti .Berlin. CatoUnr 81. T^ie fallowing i«Ao«ektoCtbf»hista!ktee of the Emperor of Bnisiii, ordering »#snewl levy of ro ' crofts throftgbpui the empire :— We. by OM'sGrace Aloxand(rflII.. Kmneror and Autocftt of all the Jinssfas; King of Poland, &c., to. '?- '? ??-? - : ' ?:?*'--? . In -»nsequM*e of the losses 'wbtoh: our troops have suftVed in the campaign of tWtfyeifc we look npou it. as indispensable thorouj$ft*aHsbmplutc our armies, for the purpose of repMlnpjflie enter prlscB of the enemv ; and order,' ' frs~ :* - ;? 1 1. Throughout die whole empire, wj h the excep tion of this Governments of Pskoff, Fultowa, Tchor . ulgoff, Kharkoff,Ekaterinoslaff,Cfaer«on,ajid Tauris, them shall be a general luvy at tin* rate of 10 from evehr 1000 souls, in virtue of a special ukase issued fclnjHltaueously with these presents totlic Executive Senate. % The Jews who an liable to military service are also, on .occasions of this gonoral low, the sa...
EUROPEAN NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 12 February 1856
EUROPEAN NEWS. (From the Home Mwi, November G.) The new* from the Allied fleets in the Black Sea is of great interest. Vessels of light draught are daily employed taking soundings of the Dnieper and Bub-, with the view of ascertaininir which river is -most available for the navigation of the ships of war, and whether Kherson or Nicolaieff be most open for an attack. The Busshuts, on their part, are equally active in making preparations for the threatened attack. The Emperor, and the Grand Duke Constantine, are in person directing the dispo sition of the forces collected for the defence of these groat arsenals. General Count Todlebpn has left Sebastopol, to superintend the works in progress for strengthening the fortifications of Nicolaiefl. A letter from Therapia, in the Monitettr, says : — ' In the present state of tilings, some exact informa tion as to the population of the Crimea may not be without interest to your readers, and I send you the following, which has reached me from ...
SELECT POETRY. A VALENTINE. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 12 February 1856
SELECT POETET. A VALENTINE! Ko tales of love to you I send. No bidden flame discover, I glory in the name of friend, TklnpUtmintr that of lover. And now, while each found sighing youth Repeats his tows of love and truth, Attend to this advice of mine— With caution choose a Valentine. Heed not -the fop, who love* himself, Nor let the rake your love obtain ; Choose not the miser for his pelf, The drunkard heed with cold disdain ; The profligate with caution shun. His race of ruin soon is run : To none of these your heart incline. Nor choose from them a Valentine. ' But should some generous youth appear. Whose honest mind is void of art. Who shall bis Maker's laws revere, And serve him with a willing heart ; Who owns fair Virtue for his guide. Nor from her precepts turn aside ; , To him at once your heart resign. And bless your faithful ValKktikk. Though in thin wilderness1 helow, . You still imperfect Wins tilmll find. Yet such a friend will share each Jroe, And bid you be to Heaven r...
THE NORTH AUSTRALIAN. IPSWICH, TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 12, 1856. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 12 February 1856
THE NORTH AUSTRALIAN. IPSWICH, TUESDAT, FEBRVATtY \i, 1856. We do not impute to Mr. Henbt Booklet, who is now, it appears, a candidate for $.e representation of the Stanley Boroughs, either inadequate information, or defective sagacity : but we do impute to him, judging from his published address, a desire to shirk a distinct exposition of his political sentiments ; for we think that most of our readers will agree with' us in opinion, that a more vague, tame, and unstate8manUke derailment has never yet ap peared from any aspirant for parliamentary honours. The Electors have a right to expect the fullest and clearest intimation of (he course, which each candidate intends to pursue iu the event of his being elected ; they ought not to] be satisfied with a mere outline of opinions^ dealing only in generalities, and conveying iadistinct notions of the candidate's political faith, which, for all we can glean. from Mr,! Bucklef's address, may be sterling coin, or base metal. He does not c...
THE KNOW-NOTHING CONVENTION AT PHILADELPHIA. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 12 February 1856
TUB KNOW-NOTHING OONVENTIOSr AT PHILADELPHIA. By the latest advices^ we learn itltat tlicM had been an immense gathering of ' Know-Nothing's at' Philadelphia, at which, the President made 'the fol lowing nddresB ;— . ., ' Fellow Citisens,— The 'American party asks the support in the election Wvd !? approaching of all con»trvati*c nnd patriotic voters, Witlioot pretend- ing to- discuss in a brief address itfi clainn to your confidence, we. feejthut «onie)hiug should he said at. tfiis time to relieve' it'Triim that' prejudice to which' it is exposed with those'. who do hot rightly under stand its spirit and objects. The organization sprang from a conviction that both the -jld ftartjeB. of the country, especially the democratic party, iu ' seeking to acquire power, had given a daogerpus. inflyence in the governirftiit^o that clais of voters : which was known to be contrnlled by *-p-ie»thood. Against this .insidiiaus-^irijportentoHa element in nur politic^ there «etjmj4.4n be a.uacessit...
LATEST NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 12 February 1856
LATEST NEWS, The Boomerang brings ub Sydney papers tec the 5th instant Nine days later European news., had been received via Melbourne. We subjoin the following from the Sydney jour nals : — ??? ????-?' THE WAR. Hamburg, NoYenilwar 14th. A rdcspatcU from fit. Petersburg announce!) that the Kinperor left. Nicholaieff on the 7th November Inr the ,Criinca,«4o take commandJn person of the urmy of Prince ^fflrinchnkon*. The deflpatchadds:— 'The Emperor 'found the brave troops ia the tnost perfect coudition. The day before yesterdej' the Emperor returned by way of Moscow, for.Bt. Peten burg. Up to the lSth the enemy (U»e iUlieg) Laj undertaken nothing new in the Crimea.' The fitwttfr fttiite, of Novemb-T 4th, reporU Cram (ficholaieff. on Kovembor Sh&.jHd «Jn..ihat £8 vumoU of the Allies still remain !nthe Dnieper. ;, Marwiues. Update,) A The flanges arrived yorttrday. , In ihe Crimea a iharp iook^ouyyaii jtept OT^g^Tohjirjtaya— gome Bttasian dsaennnliaTiti^^tfeportefltiiM Mofuwhal...
LOCAL AND DOMESTIC. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 12 February 1856
LOCAL AND .DOMESTIC. Thb '? Cockier ' asd thcGaod Veveh, — TJ16 b»riv annoii'inemeiit of the ftct that the. new district gaol' will b ? built in this town, seems to have thrown our conte up-tmrv into violent hysterics. No sooner did oar lut number reach hiii sanctum than there was a fearf it commotion amtng the ininaUts. the editor, liavi ix rushed frantically into thu printing-office, and communicated to hi« umvilliu^ listuncra the contents of the paper he held in liis hand. Conster nation was visrblu in cvury countenance, and after some discussion, it wag determined to wreak ven geance on the unfortunate, wight who delivered the unwelcome^ broadsheet.' The proprietor immcdiateiV armed himself with V. pop-gun; the dingy composi tors graspod their' pua-afrooturs ; whilo the gallant' editor himself, like the Knight of the Worul'conn-' tenance, stationed himsulfiii the rear with a juvenile musket in his hand, churgeil with the fragments of a beautifully polislicd cutty -pipe— one* of ...
ANOTHER TURKISH VICTORY IN ASIA. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 12 February 1856
ANOaaiEft TiJRKISH VICTORY IN ASIA. The following. important news from the seat of war in T«rkey m'^sia has just reached us :— ' Omar PachKuks beaten (he Russians in a great battle ?which took place on the 6th inet. (November*. at the passage of. the Ingour, The battle lasted fire h-ta*. and'the^emy suflfeted aeverefer. A se,eon)J - despatch 'informs, us that rOuW Pacha haS forced a passage of the Ingour at four different points, against superior numbers, of the enemy. The Turkish Ge neraUgfilmo had pressed into Kuitar. The despatch adds, 'this is authentic.' '
DARLING DOWNS DISTRICT. No. 21. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 12 February 1856
DAMWG DOWW DtSTBtCT. No. 21. Junction. ' : ',. ' ? ? : lCstimatcd Area— 25,000 acres. : . Commsncingat a tree inarked M, on the southern bank of tbe Weir Biyer. immcdiatetr opposite. Ijo ganfl ljtreo,.wl(ioh marks tlie ^outli-westerp bound ary of the t)unmore Run; the run is bounded on the east by aline bearing south to a tree marled M. oh the Western Creek, and thence projected across that ciieek up to the crest of tbe ridge* forming its water shed; thence those ridges form the southern bound ary br the rMti,to apoiiftwhorei liiia 1»earingJB6uth bim A lirfc marked M and B. on tlift si.ufttrthk of Hie DTeir Qiver.inimediately opposite the toOnflnencr of tile Watr'Wftar Greek, intorBCCte tho said rioges ; thence the sdOuebuaring north to the Weir River: and thenoc that ,Hw|p fbe point of cwihmenoement '.*--'??.?'.? ?'.?'. =: ?-???';.?;-'? .??Mbia.'-r'''-1 ?'?'- *':,?'? ::;': ' 3onndaiidill4. - -, ? .:, .-...-.; ,: Kstlmfttea Area— 1»,300 acre*. , '^^-?-?-. ' -Oommeiicing *t the eaate...
RUMOURED RAISING OF THE SIEGE OF KARS. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 12 February 1856
RUMOJJBJsb RAISING OP THE SIEGE OF ? ?;'?:'-;? ^ KARS. ????', Advices, dated Trebizond, November I, contain intelligence that the Russians have sent off front Kara, in the direction of Alexandrianople, the greater part of their baggage. This would seem to indicate that they contemplate the raising of the blockade of Kara. It is announced that the besieged garrison have continued to preserve the freedom of their communication. It is stated here (at TrebiEond), that 8000 Turkish troopB are marching on Kutair ; and it is asserted that the Russians have already evacuated that place, and are fallen back upon Tiflis. The Duke of- Newcastle left Trebisond for Constan tinople on the 1st instant.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 12 February 1856
?PHHF SHEEP Wanted, on terms, on ^wHHK9b out °f *°e 'HSi* run8 on **?* Darting Downs. Apply to WALTER GBAV ft Co. Ipswich. 11th FA., 1856. SALE BY ATOTION. rpo beSoiabyFuJjlic A«ctioB,*tthe QUEENS X ABM8 HOTEL, IPSWICH, On Monday, 3rd day of March next. At 12 o'clock noon. Under the Tower of Sale contained in a certain Indenture of Mortgage, unless the principal money, and interest, due thereon, previously paid : : AIX THOSE SfiOOEw*, 1600 Old Wethera, 1800 Tiro to three old do., 8300 Koggets of sera ; Or «o tttnch thereof as dull be necessary to cover the amount due under the said indenture «f Mort g*g». ' ? ? ? ?. . -?;?. '«?? .? ? ... The above Sheep are now running end depasturing on the Station ofGienelg, district of Darling Downs, under the superintendence of Janes Hosnlter. Terms, at Sale. Ipswich, 11th Feb., 1856. clearing-oijt sale. Aaother Extensive Sale of Merchandize. R. r. WHITEHOUfiE 'IJTILL Sell by Public Auction, at the STORES » T of Messrs. Botlahd & Co., Ip...
COMMERCIAL REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 12 February 1856
COMMERCIAL REPOET. There has been a very fair amount of business transacted during the past week, and a good deal of produce has arrived. , The following has heen received and forwarded for shipment, vis. :— From Messrs. Gray & Co.'s storu— 17 bales of wool, J8; 1 4 do., P&T): 6 do.,1 D-T over Grandiam ; 80 do., JY : 4 do., WN ; 13 do.. 4 casks tallow, 22 bales skins. W&S ; 9 casks tallow, WA & Co. ; 21 bales wool, 20 do.. Turner; 23 hides. 8 casks tallow, OHW & Co.; 19 bales wool OO with croSR between ; S do., C over McK in a dia mond. From Messrs. Boyland & Co.'s stores— 19 bales wool (double keys); 12 do., 7 bales skins. 11 hides. F. A. Forbes; 30 bales wool, St. Clair; 19 bale* woo}, HAD in 'a diamond Mr. Whitehouse'fl sale of Merchandize, at Mr. Boyhuid's stores, on Wednesday and Thursday last* was well attended, and good prices for the goods were obtained- The amount of the sale was np4 wards ofiSH&OD, - ?' - There ||^«lt...
MARANOA DISTRICT. No. 11. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 12 February 1856
MARANOA DISTRICT. Nn, 11. Thuraggai. -, Estimated Area— 16,000 acres. Commencing at a tree marked F, on the western bank of th« Thuraijirai -Water-course, near some rocks About I- mile above the hut formerly occupied by Leamy ; thence an the. west by a line south 6 milos ; thence ou the south \ty a line east 5 miles ; thence en the; east by a line north 6 miles ; thence on the north by a line west 5 miles back to the afore said inarked tree. . . ' ; ? ' N.O..12. . . ' + ;' Dooladie. - Estiiaated Area— 1 6,000 acres. '.?';???. - South by the northern boundary line. of43raodool ; uorth byn.jjne parallel, to the same,, of thu game length, and'intei-secting the creek at a marked tree about 6 miles' from the southern boundary ; east and went by two fineB parallel to each other and to the Creek, joining the cuds of the northern and southern boundary lines. ? . . No. 13. Ombimurrali. - Estimated Area— 16,000 acres. Southjijr a line running 26 miles east and 2) miles west from a marked tree...
WIDE BAY AND BURNETT DISTRICT. No. 4. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 12 February 1856
. WIDE BAY AND BURNETT DI8TRff!T .'- No. 4. Upper Junction Station. Estimated Area — 16,000 acres. .,, Commencing At a marked tree on the south bank of the. south branch of the Bungaban Greek, and oeing on the eastern boundary line of the Junction Bun; and bounded on the *vest by' that boundary :lipei2 miles ; on the south by ridgy country. 8 miles ; on the east by unoccupied country 4 miles to a marked tree on the north bank of the Bonth branch of the Bvngsbati Creek ; oh the north by* scrub and unoccupied country 8 miles ; and again on the weBt about. S miles to the commencing point. No. 6'. ' ' ? *''?? ? ? Bnngaban. . .. Estimated Area— 16,000 acres. ^&mmencing nt a marked tree On the south bank of the Bungaban Oreek. and being on the eastern. bflMiidary Jme of Newland's Lease No. 2, and bounded on the west by that boundary line 2 miles ; on. the *outh J»y ridgy country 8 miles ; on the east by unoccupied country 4 miles to a marked tree on tike north bank of the creek ; ...
DRAYTON. 6th February, 1856. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 12 February 1856
drMton. [rnoM onto c6'aBtospdmji»iT.'' «th Fclmiarv. 1856. JSOTHumi of impottaJwTiBAtocciirred during the past week in, omr township. eJWiepting that the Bench have beeujbrlakly cngaW in Settling the disputes of variouJfcartiM at oti?-nlhw Cmi* WilliMnSimmonds was charged before the Bench. onFridajriast, for, abscondinirfrom the hired jwrvioe of B. T. Gor. .f£q., :of ttodflk; It «jmeatea that being folly, proved, Sunmondi ^As^Anteuoed to three nionthi1 imprlionment in 3BrUl»*ne G*ol wjd rebtra to service.' ' ./. r . '; ?, , ..;-.-,?', WM%*. »eto^ .fW.iiw lawful ^etentkmiif pottoonea, for the pisscooe of * material Witness confined tpjib bed by . Ulliealth, corroborated By medical ajytifiaate. ..??'.??. . , J^SSSS^i ?& *» »«*uit.-In this' ta»e sura of £5'an'a cViSts.Witt default twambnthVim prisoiimemtiu Brisbane -JaoK- ?. . t.3 Wagstoff *. Hprton, for- non-payment of wages'— This case Tfjis pew tponod until ffae 15fii but/' '-. ? John Shepherd, a worthy' knight of €ho-sheaip...
To the Editor of the North Australian. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 12 February 1856
7b the Editor of tht North Australian. Mr. Editor,— All health to you, may yon live long, and die happy. By the powers you have been the means, during these .Bank-grasping times of depression and gloom, of putting the Ipswich folk in ? state or mirth and laughter, such as they have not enjoyed for many* day, Cor who is it, no matter in what mood, could repress a laugh on reading the Leader in last Saturday's Courier, purporting to be a reply to some remarks of yours on the subject of the removal of the JudicicUl Establishment to Ipswich. Poor thing, it endeavours to be facetious at starting, then gets into a thundering passion, and finally, when exhausted by its efforts, philosophically ad vises you how to conduct yonrself for the future, — rather good this for a new chum; bnt he goes farther; for he positively offers hi* patronage and support, for he tells you he will cheer vou on the wav. that fa provided you write in accordance with his ideas. In' another passage he reminds yon o...
LEICHHARDT DISTRICT. No. 1. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 12 February 1856
LEICHHARDT DISTRICT. No. 1. Baliia. : . Estimated Area— 16,000 Acres. ? A block of land on the eastern hank of the Dawson River, commenoineon the southern bnnnd&rvof Rin Run, and extending up the river 5 miles by 5 miles back. No. 2. Olindft. Estimated Area— 16,000 acres. . A block of land on the eastern bank of Die Dawson River, commencing at the southern boundary of Bahia Bun, and extending thence 6 miles up the river by 6 miles back. ' No. 3. Monte Video. Estimated Area — 16,000 acres. A block Of land on the eastern bank of the Damon River, commencing at the southern boundary of OHnda Run, *nd extending thence up the river 5 miles by 5 miles back.
GOVERNMENT GAZETTE. Crown Lands' Office, Sydney, 21st January, 1856. ADJUSTED, FORFEITED, AND VACATED RUNS. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 12 February 1856
G0VEENMENT GAZETTE. - Crown Lands' Office. Sydney, 21st January, 1856. ADJUSTED, FORFEITED. AND VACATED BUNS. It is hereby notified, that application having been made for the purchase of leases of the Runs of Crown Land hereunder described, which have been adjusted in consequence of conflicting tenders, or atter Having been occupied have become vacant (by forfeiture or otherwise); tenders in the prescribed Srinted form will be received at this office until tonday, 1st April next, from the previous appli cants, and from any other persons desirous to enter into competition with them for the purchase of the lease of any one of the said. runs. 2. Every such tender must state the term of years (not exceeding fourteen if the land he of the na settled, eight if of the intermediate class.) for which .it is _ proposed to take the run, and whether, in addition to the minimum rent required by Her Majesty's Order in Council, it is intended to offer any, and if any, what amount of yearly premium...
SYDNEY NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 12 February 1856
SYDNEY NEWS. Robert Mackintosh Isaacs, Esq., and George Hib bert Deffell, Esq, have been admitted as Barristers of the Supreme Conrt in Sydney. Dr. Lane has published In the Empire of the 6th instantiate first of his 'Political Tracts for the Times: tte has contradicted itheMport which ap peared in flie. JC, B. Courier, to thnpect that it-was ils intentipn uF resign his bfBoe afKltlbUterof the -&£% v :VC: ' ..,: ' . /^' ?;..;';.;?? The attempt to establish the Anglo-AtUtralit* newspaper,in .Sydney has fiiiled. . . '