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SELECT POETRY. THE ART OF KISSING. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 7 April 1857

S E L EC T 20 E T E T . THE ART OF KISSING. BY A' PEOFES8OB. Much kias been written in this age About enjoying kisses ; Andmwiy a word-enamelled page Has heralded their blisses. B»t there we those who have yet to learn fThat kissing is an art; That tbo* tho Tips breathe words that burn More brightly in the heart. Those words with flattery may bo wreathed ; ' And from the sweetest smile, We sometimes find an essence breathed That fills tho beat* with guile; But words enhallowed with a khis Will ne'er alloro from duty ; It is the harbinger of bliss— A. type of angel beauty; The seal of friendship, love, and truth,— A. glory beaming flower, To Mint earth-life, from earliest youth, With many a happy hour. Thore are kisses of many a kind ! ; And «ome -excite 6ur wonder ; And in roch Ones we're sore to find A sort of pop-gun thunder. rr..(''', Another kind is given forth *?.»?? Like pipes* gtenn^sudden crackine ; While others sdu'nd as if their wortff ??'?? W«is thougliiio be in smacking'...

Publication Title: North Australian, Ipswich And General Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
SYDNEY PRODUCE CIRCULARS. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 7 April 1857

SYDNEY PRODUCE CIB0ULAE& About 250 bales wool were, offered and sold at this lay's auction ; the bulk, however, consisted of mid dle and ordinarily-conditioned, which sold. at rates a shade above those that have been lately obtainable. Combing wools were in more demand, and may be quoted id. per 1b, higher than last week, The de mand is active, and the market left oft' firm. New Zealand sold readily, with tl-c exaeptiqu of ouc parcel brought in. TaM/OW.-^-A parcel of seven oi eight tons beef, the first of this season's boiling, was so)d this day, and realised £46 108. per ton i other qualities from 35s. to iOa, per owt. Mutton tallow is much enquired for, but it will be some time before any can arrive. SHEEpsiijNS.^Mnrket liberally supplied, and fair prices have been obtained. There are many short wool skins arriving, which have all sold well, and referenoa to the catalogue will best show the result of sales, Hides nro in great demand, anil have a tendency to still further a...

Publication Title: North Australian, Ipswich And General Advertiser, The
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SCOTLAND. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 7 April 1857

SCOTLAND. Murdbb in Lanabkshire. — On the eve on New Tear's day, while a weaver named Baiusay Smith was returning from Hamilton to the village of Lark hall, he was met, when near Larkhall, by a party of Irishmen, whom he saluted with ' It's a gudc nicht.' One of the party, without another word passing, turned round nnd struck Smith on the neck or side of the liend with a gutta peicha skull cracker. His son, who was with bim-r-quite a youth — observed his father stagger under the blow, but he recovered himself somewhat, and with assistance was able to reach hip home in tho village. He gradually sank, however, and died at six on Friday, morning. Tho villagers, learning the fatal iBSue of the encounter, became nruch excited, surrounded the house ulieic ; the 'navvies' were, that none of them might escape, tind by daylight handed them over to the authorities. Three of the men were apprehended and lodged in Hamilton gaol. A tribe of 'navvies' have recently I come to the weaving village o...

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LOCAL AND DOMESTIC. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 7 April 1857

LOCAL AND DOMESTIC. ' Abusivr and Oiiscrnr liANouAOE.— At the Police Office, on Wednesday, Lucia Nowhold was sum moned before the Bench, charged with having made use of grossly abusive and indecent language, within the honxing of the public, towards Joseph Gibson, a neighbour of the defendant, residing in Darling Street, on the 27th ultimo. Mr. Macalister appeared for the plaintiff, and Mr. Cookc on behalf of the defendant. The cvidctira of tlio complainant, and '/'Jiat of a witness, nnm^d Mrs. JJnrber, having been given, tbe defendant was convicted and fined £2, aud £'2 Oh. 4d. costs. — On Thursday, a man nnmod Matthew Leahy was charged with a similar offence, and was fined *£5, and, iu default of payment, was sentenced to be imprisoned for throe calendar months. Diuinkf.skess. — At the Police Omce, on Thursday, a person named Samuel Holmes was brought before tbe Magistrates, charged with being drunk in tho public streets. It appeared from tbe records of tho j]ourt that the defenda...

Publication Title: North Australian, Ipswich And General Advertiser, The
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IRELAND. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 7 April 1857

IRHLAND. The Family op the Lath Mb. Little. — A highly influential meeting was held on Monday, at the Mansion-house, Dublin, for the purpose of express in cr srinpathv with the bereaved mother and sister of the late Mr. Samuel George Little, the ill-fated cashier of the Midland Railway Company The Lord Mayor presided. The gist of the resolutions passed ivas that the funds collected should.be applied to the purchase of an annuity of at least £100 a year for the benefit of Mrs. Little for her life, with the remainder to her daughter in the event of surviving tier mother. It was reported on Sunday, but not on any very reliable authority, that, so far from any progress being made towards the discovery of the assassin, the search had been for the present aban doned as hopeless. The woman, Catherine Camp bell, it is alleged, persists in her original statement with the regard to the identity of the murderer, but in the total absence of corroboratiou her evidence is, of course, worth little...

Publication Title: North Australian, Ipswich And General Advertiser, The
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IPSWICH EQUITABLE INVESTMENT AND BUILDING SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 7 April 1857

IPSWICH EQUITABLE INVESTMENT AND BUILDING SOCIETV. . Pursuant to notice a meeting of the shareholders of tbiK society was held on Friday evening, at the Old Police Office, to take into consideration the alteration of the first rule implied by the resolution passed at the meeting held on tbe 3rd nf February, relative to wooden buildings. Mr. T. H. Jones occupied the Chair, and having read the requisition calling the meeting, Mr. Henry M. Cockburn addressed the assembled shareholder^ as follows : — Having been requested by several parties to move the resolution which is to be submitted to this meeting, I do so the more readily as it will enable me to state fully not only the grounds upon which the requisition to the president requesting him to call the meeting was so numerously signed, but the principle of tho society involved in tbe resolution itself, and to remove if possible one or two objections which arc very commonly made. In stating the grounds upon which the requisition to the...

Publication Title: North Australian, Ipswich And General Advertiser, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 7 April 1857

Galignel and Warkow Stations, with 26,80( Sheep. FOB SALE BY PRIVATE CONTRACT, THE Station known «? OALKHffiti. in th. district of Calling Downs, together witl CD8O SHBEP, ton»lB«ng of— -?WTkTBCKRS .*.....* ? ♦ JWO WEANBR8 ? J*g2 ; BAMS...;...: ? M Th(s Station to ?ituatea' on the Oondwnuie Biver ana 4b distant FROM IPSWICH. ABOUT 200 MILES; it enjoins the Stations of L.JB. Iiester, Esq^Blyth. Emu? ana Blesgrs-BilicMr & Wilson, iswell watered, having frontage -.to/She iriver «f sixteen tmise. md Ms. tesiaeB.«w«a lagoon*, three *nd foarn4l©B in length, always J:. , : \i _ ABON9ANTL¥5SOTPLIBp WITH WATEE. The«ountiy abounds in Myffl *ai Saltlrash, ana is aoknowiedRod as : r ONE OF THK BEST, FATTENING BUNS Store. Kitchen; »Wa Ontbuiiatngs, OTtoltihty!. Shep .. j-^^^m^^^^^^^^. ***** ~ '^Bhjf !i»*®pn $f f^tJmTljjf etoMefl/Sttjft -fa it 1fee former Proprietor kept a feenerat Store, for the ? supply of the «jBi|M)O5r1n^ StetjonB,f from which , ; . . ??' ,^V^^M^:J|L^lANIJSOMiS?IS^C!0...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 7 April 1857

The Bank of Australasia. THIS BANK will be CLOSED on TUESDAY, the 14th instant, for tho Half-yearly Balanco. GEORGE FAIRCLOTH, Manager. FOR SALE, M2000 Mixed SHEEP, consisting of Withers, Ewes, Hoggets, and Wcaners. Application to be made to the undersigned, on the Station, C. L. MACDGNALD. VnnJul.iin'minm. Darling Downs, March 30th, 1857. t ' WANTED, SHEEP ON TERMS: ABOUT 4000 Young EWES, would be received' on terms, on a settled Station Jn the Burnett For further particulars apply to G. H. WILSON & Co., Ipswich. STATION FOR SALE. WALTER GRAY & Co. HAVE received instructions to Sell by Private Contract, the STATIONS in the Wide Bay District, known as Kcnil worth and North Konil woi'tb, with COO to 800 Cattle. These Stations arc situated about 03 miles from Ipswich, arc woll-watcred, having ft frontago of 10 miles to the Mary River, and the plains are inter spersed with running creeks, which have never been known to be dry; the country consists of fine open plains, w...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 7 April 1857

TO ADVERTISERS. It is respectfully requested that the NUMBER OF INSERTIONS be icritten on each ; Advertisement, or they will he continued, until countermanded, and charged accord ingly. .;

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 7 April 1857

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVALS. March 28.— Helene, ship, 300 tons. Captain J. F. W. Bostor, from Hamburg, Nov. 27th, with 143 German immigrants. April 4.— Tarra Yarea (s). from Sydney, Captain Bell. Passengers— His Honor Mr. Justice Milford, i Mr. H. Milford. Mr. G. Milforo, Mr. Ivory, Mr. Dal- , glish. Rev. Dr. Lang, Miss Vincent, Mr. Holds-! worth, Mr. and Mrs. White ana 4 children, Mr. GHmour, Mrs.' Kelly, ana 14 in the steerage, DEPARTURES. April 3. — Boomerang, steamer, 450 tons, Captain O'Reilly, for Sydney. Passengers— Mr. Taub, Mr. ! ICelman, Mr. Bnshby, Mr. and Mrs. Gillespie and child, Master Gillespie, Miss Gillespie, Mr. J.Coutts, Mr. Scott. Mr. J. B. Watt, Captain Stirling, Dr. Graham, Rev. Mr. Birch, Miss Morphy, Mrs. Clark, and 81 in the steerage. ...April 3. — Uncle. Tom, schooner, 120 tons, for Wide Bay. Pa*senjrerg.—68 in the steerage. ,' ij.-.-j EXPORTS. j . Boomerang: 71 bales wool, Atkinson & Stephens ; ( 20 Jo., Isaacs ; 21 do., Clapperton ; 19 do., Ba...

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SYDNEY. March 30th, 1857. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 7 April 1857

SYDNEY. [FROM OUR CORRESPONDENT.] March 30th,1857. Those who had curiosity enough to watch the miMii\ie .phenomenon, a tptal^clipgo of tho sun, on Thursday moiling lost, quitted their pillowa at an early hour, many of themfurnisiiGd -vith -telesoopeg. .jnicroscopeg, tncrmpmeters, smotced giasB, perforated cards, and othpr proBCrlljed anpiiajious, wjio Toon* gregated at every point affording superior idvan, tftges for tlio Bight.: The sarly morning was beautiful, fraught with promise for viewing; the Spectacle, w... ,. ... ', ' ', ': ;' ''.!-?: .. ?-,, . ! .,.,- ' ? When from ockh rifiing, ; ?? ' ; i!The glortoM. gwUtaitf, ;'?'?'. like -a giatft refreshed with nviner began Iiib daily course. A gorgeous ligJitglldea'-tlie portals of tbp . east,' and .eager eyes, wore fixed pppn it. The sun appeared at the .predicted time, with the moon's shadow obscuring* portion oji 'its aisc. ' As soon' as the stini appeared above thu horizon,'1 write! no observer, ' the eclipse was apparent, and co...

Publication Title: North Australian, Ipswich And General Advertiser, The
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FASHIONS FOR JANUARY. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 14 April 1857

FASHIONS FOB JANUARY. Tho/ttn'ur.ofthc present season is tbe long double shawls, in stripes of bright contrasting colours, with black or gold borders, and deep fringe the colour of the' ground. Walking dresses are always made with basques. ? Brctelles, are less worn with them, and, when adopted, are cut open on the shoulders and joined in a point behind. Dresses without basques aro made high, buttoned and trimmed with brandebouros, more or less rich, or with only throe rows of buttons. Sometimes, besides these three rows at front, two others are placed in the form of a y from the shoulders to the waist. Over, a dark blue taketus, with five flounces scalloped, was a basquine of.black velvet, fitting the figure, with a, very full 6kirt, reaching a little below tbe knees, and set in large plaits. We cannot expect much change iu the style of bonnets for the present mouth. Our arfistcs arc. however, making skilful use of tlie fashionable ma terials for this winter. A charming bonnet for ...

Publication Title: North Australian, Ipswich And General Advertiser, The
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A PLEA FOR THE GALLOWS. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 14 April 1857

A PLEA FOR THE GALLOWS. {To the Editor of The Times.) Sin, — That good old institution, the gallows* reared its honest head once again, to my satisfaction, in the Old Bailey this morning — it* first appearance ft i nee its lute severe indi-mosition from diseasm? sympathy. A wretched brute w«6 hung like a dog; us he deserved to be; and us his dreary corpse swayed ili the uagcr north wind if was a. pleasant and chocr inx thing to think that nobody could now give him atieket-of-leuvettiid letiiim loose a^uiu upon society. He w.ib disposed -of. once nnd fur all, iu the cheapest nud most elVectunl manner. It was, sir. a fine wholesome corrective sight. ,X thought of the shattered, senseless victim — of the blomly work by whicli that poor creature was smashed iinl lulled — of that awful night at the hospital when t'n: prating, trephine set free a flitting consciousness, nnd the identity of the Assassin was established; and as the brute fell with the drop, and his muscles con tracted with ...

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ORIGINAL POETRY. LINES. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 14 April 1857

OEIGINAL POETEY. LINES. . Life is like a stormy sen — Though sometimes safe our haven be. Yet wildly oft its billows roar From every laud, from every shore. Though sometimes calm that sea may roll, . . :I)ike yonder sun, from pole to pole. Yet Life's dark storm will often shed ? : Gloomy dangers 'round our head. Though on that ocean's hack we room, All travelling onwnrds to our home, -There |s an honrn-e each must port, : And leave to friends a broken heart. . And. BVjrtunO sometimes on our bend .-. May; blessings rich profusely shed ; Yet oft, on pinions like the morn, -,.? -Shftilpav«8 iisliolpless and forlorn. ??'?'? , Ww. W. Macamster. Ipswich, April, 18S7

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 14 April 1857

TO ADVERTISERS. /i is respectfully requested that the NUMBER OF INSERTIONS be written on each Advertisement, or they will he continued, until countermanded, and charged accord ingly.

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THE PLANET RULER AND HIS DUPES. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 14 April 1857

THE PLANET RULER AND HIS DUPfiS. ExTBAOuniNAnrCBunuuTv.— JnmesPiirfions.alias Mundtrll, a remarkable-looking man, about forty years of nge, with small pock-marked, shrivelled face, nnd a profusion of hnir nndiT his chin, was charged at the Thames police-court with ohtuiuinjr 2s. by faiRc prftoiicus from Sarah Cohun and Elizabeth Vrimloy, drospiiinkerR. in the house of the former. No. 2, Shorter Struct, Wellclosc Square. ' Tho prisoner was described in the policn-shciit an a ' plnnet ruler.' nnd has fur many yi-ars imposed oh simpletons with grout prnfit to liimself-Jjy itratcnfl iug to rulu planets, east nativities, mid toll fortunes. He managed to obtain an introduction to the house of Misb Oobon on Now Year's eve iis tlw denf nud dumb wizard who could peep into futurity and name the future husbands nf the young women nsRcmhlcd in the place. . He made signs th.i the wanted -7s. from each of the females, but they refused (o giv-- Uim more than Is. each ; and tie wrote down a lot of ...

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DR. LIVINGSTONE UPON AFRICA. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 14 April 1857

.©B, LIVINGSTONE UPON AFRICA. Dr. Livingstoue has addressed an interest ing letter to the T/wes, on the condition and prospects of Interior Africa, fi'om which we maks some bxtrevcts. In exukuation of the BOdial ^ud; political relations of the tribes with which he; inet, he says: The Grrtvernmcntofaiiost of the African tribos is pnti'iarchiii; Kacli tiian beenfhes hcadorchicf of his own family and' their dependents. The children bntld theii 'lints arbiind a spot called the ' kotla,' wlitcb'auswcrs to *hd 'gMtu' in nucicnt times. Above thijHe paternal chiefs there are infliiont.iul nieti,1 ftUJcd 'hy eitbcr Wood or ihwrrfage to the chief of the 'lbyn*r tribe; ^riicjiiave a, jnumber of kotlns undevihoin, and are ofton;tojViie(lph^«i|anaT-'' little iorfltil' 1}o»- byiiiiothe'r ^bfd.Vmcftiimg 'littlo great oldj'tmes.'* The chiet fMoreim m Kosi-^lord or kin^), With Ills 'cattle-pen and' kotjn in tlic centre of *lie'fc9Win.:is1ieaa,ovBr nil. liliei* a man cannot manage his son, be nppeals...

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVAL. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 14 April 1857

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVAL. April II. — Boomerang, steamer, 450 tons, Cnptain O'Reilly, from Sydney 8th, and Newcastle 9th inst. Passengers— Mr. E. B. Southerden, Mr. Frascr, Mr. Jubb, Mr. M'LacliIan, Mr. Gartiok, Mr. Lanktnel, Mr. Pring, Mrs. Pring, Mr. Richards, Mr. Lasscter, Mr. Wright, Miss Barton, arid 22 in the steerage. DEPARTURE. April 8. — Yarra Yarra, steamer, fiQO tons. Captain Hell, for Sydney. Passengers — Mr. Gordon, Mr. Archer, Rev. Dr. I.anjr, Mr. .T. Harris, Rev. Mr. flatter, Mr. Hell, Mr. Mitcuzie, Mr. Collins, and 4 in the steerage. IMPORTS. Yarra Yarra : 20 hogsheads beer, Hartley ; 1 parcel, Hi-own; 40 bags flour, 6(3 do. Bugar, 1 wyncli, Buckley ; 1 case, Bracker ; 6 bars iron, 2 forge backs, Ilailey ; S packages. Bo wen ; 1 case, Beattie ; 1 keg, U.iya: 1 parcel jewellery, Bonn; 2 parcels, Bank N. 8. W. ; 1 axle. 2 springs. Bell ; 1 case, Costin & Jiubhard ; 1 parcel, Dr. Oannan ; 2 trunks boots, 14 packages, Cribb & Foot ; 1 box, Craies ; ...

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(Copy.) Sydney, 6 April, 1857. To Edmund B. Uhr, Esq., J.P., Chairman of the Public Meeting at Maryborough, Wide Bay. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 14 April 1857

(Copy.) Sydney, 6 April, 1857. To Edmund B. Uhr, Esq., J.P., Chairman of the Public Meeting at Maryborough, Wide Bay. Sib, — It is a subject of pleasing satisfaction to me to have received the documents from Maryborough, which have been placed in my hands by Mr. E. F. Palmer, as deputed by yon as chairman of the meeting. In acknowledging the manner in which my humble efforts for the advancement of the, district have been. mentioned in the letter of tlimiks from tbe inhabitants of Maryborough, which yon have transmitted to me, I not only appreciate the spirit and terms in which my desire to perform what was simply my duty has been estimated, but I rejoice to find that that apathy in public matters, which has so long characterised the country districts generally, has in t'uc case of Wide Bay been dis carded ; nnd 1, for one, should hail with lively satis faction similar manifestation!! tending in their pr.ictical operation to the working out of the public interests throughout the coun...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 14 April 1857

TBE mkm AUSTRALIAN 1 , is published cvbi-yTuesday^rhing.a^id for Warded : toc6ttnti7subsi^bpr8;b^.th^t;%y-,m^ '; i ;:Pcrq'Uarter-iniidvaiico': k. ,i --g.6d. Pcrquatter, credit ; x,i-.vi.- ?6.6d. Single number, sijtjpenoe.' Tne Qtiarteya will terini nato on tlie -8lBt March, '80th ^JuiiC, ^Oth Septem ber, and 8l8tDeoembef,*t' Whicli periods -only can resignation-^ feceilv%a: - Ko'^ftders for wttbarawal will bo^atleuaia to'Mhless'giv^u'in wrStlng: JNow subscilbcrs \yi\\ be chargeaVfi«ttl: thU'dftto of «om mencittg1t!te1r1subscriptidnr':i-«;'f ;' .*l'.f-- air- ? .- -; : , Advertisements will W Charged 'at' tho rate of .;, i,^,,:.-; .-.,i.j,,.v.M.f-'^-i-.i.,.a.V: ? ?':';;i**»b'ltnW^'iiv.^;ii.-vi^v-... ?' l.-tf-'-r -. ? : j' '|?otir' *Z'''i:-.;i,W;i-.'i:'!. ...».' 2 ;-o ???-''? : ;'i' l'«ic.-..'/--:-.v»:'.-iA.A:.v.Ivi-i:.si;.'' 2^ «?:??/ ..--. ?????????^Bt^ht.i,--':.'.';.'iv.j.viriV.r.;.»..v»''8''Oi:'-':---- . : ^'45ver-additibnaHnch'...v..v.'i4 .» . ' :: . ' ! The*numbei- of insertibhBM...

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