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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVAL. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 28 April 1857

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVAL. April 27.— Roamei'iwg, Rteiuner, 450 tons, Captain Henry O'Reilly, from Sydney 23rd inst. Paasengero — Bfr. James Gordon, Mihs Gordon, Mr. T . Coutt.s, Mr. Luidley, MrA. Laidley, Miss Uidlev, throe chil dren, and two servants: Mr, Wcston, Afr. W.rcno.h. Mr. Smith, Mr. J. McDonald, Rev. J. Carter, and 24 in the steerage. . DEPARTURE. April 22. — Fnrra Yarra, steamer, 600 tons, Ca.pt. Bell, for Sydney.- PanHe'ngerii— Captaiu Vignollcs,1 Mr. Vignolles, and 18 in the steerage. EXPORTS. Yarra Yarra : 63 cask* tallow, 243 hides, J. & O. Harris ; 1 truss, G. Thorn ; 20 bales wool, 185 hides, 1 bundle calf-skin*, 10 hlids. tallow, 1 bale, 4 bundle* sheepskins, G. H; Wilson & Co. ; 1 parcel, Fairdotb ; 11 parcels, W. Gmy & Co. ; 1 package, Hayley'; 25 casks tallow, Rosenthal & Co.; 1 .parcel} Capt. Alison; 1 chest, Pordycc; 1 case plants,' Hill: 1 parcel, J. O. Harris ; I case merchandize, Boyland & Co. ; 2 cases bananas...

Publication Title: North Australian, Ipswich And General Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
MISCELLANEOUS. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 28 April 1857

MISCELLANEOUS, Alpacas.— The ship Marshall J^'mtVliasbrouglit the four alpacas, which we're landed on Saturday morning. Many persons were present, to . jviiora the alpacas were objects of mingled curiosity and j admiration, ?iney arc Deautiiui ana aocije creatures,] combining the appearance of a sheep with that of a goat (but larger, and without horns), and partly of the deer find camel. They, jirc thickly covered with a silky hair or wool, wbicb on three of them is of a glossy jet colour, but on the other is intermixed with white adout the heck.' They were bned-ip Etagland, but have come out to tjio order of.M--. Baigh, sheep farmer, of Port Liocpn, to tvjiom i);ej will, be sent by the Rebecca on Wednesday. This gentleman is deserving of high cominchdatibh for being the first to introduce the alpaca into South Australia. If these animate sbould thrive and fin crease, the effect on the fiiture prosiwrity ofAfls tralia will be incalculable. A more desirable part of the country wherei...

Publication Title: North Australian, Ipswich And General Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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LATEST INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 28 April 1857

LATEST INTELLIGENCE. By the arrival of the Boomerang we have received our files of Sydney jourunls to the 24th instant, from which we extract the fol lowing interesting items. The Sydney news is unimportant. The mail ships, Lightning and Great Britain arrived at Port Phillip, the latter bringing news from England to the 16th February, after a splendid passage of 61 days from Liverpool. Parliament was opened by Royal Commission on (he 3rd February. Mr. Baron Alilcrson died on Tuesday, the 27th January, in his 70th year. A. number of gentlemen connected with the colony of Western Australia, have drawn up a petition to the Secretary of State for the Colonies, and presented it to Mr. Labonchere, urging upon, his attention the desirableness of making Western Australia a penal settlement. Money has been in very great demand, but is now cosier at C per cent. Consols 98| to i tor money. Robsok, the Crystal Palace FoRgeh.— This unhappy man has sunk into a state of mental imbecility, the cons...

Publication Title: North Australian, Ipswich And General Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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CONVICTS AND COLONIES. To the Editor of the Times. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 28 April 1857

CONVICTS AND COLONIES. To the Editor of the Times. 'Sib,— Will yon allow me to saya few words on the qacsrion which is so urgently pressing itself upon the public attention at this moment ?— What are we to do with our convicts? In the first place I would beg to point out the dangerous fallacy which our best intentionod philan* thropists am propagating, on the imposing basis of statistics, as to the result of the home tickot-of-leavo system. They tell us, at tlie very moment that we are trembling in our beds in the expectation that the villians who bavo ransacked tho houses of scores of our neighbours, and knocked out the brains of some poor old shopkeeper and his wife over their counter, will be visiting us, that only 5 per cent, of the criminals convicted are ticket-of-leave men. But, sir, that is not tlie question. The question is, -what in the amount of crime and robbery in the country ? That is the real test of the working of the system. To convict your criminals you must catch ...

Publication Title: North Australian, Ipswich And General Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
FRANCE. ASSAULT ON THE EMPRESS. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 28 April 1857

FRANCE. ASBAl'LT ON THIS KHPRRSS. Paws, Feb. 12.— A madman attacked the Empress to-day. Ho was instantly arrested. No arms were found upon. him. He declared . that his intention was merely to embrace her. . Verger, who assassinated the Archbishop of Paris, was executed ou the 30th January. The Emperor will open in person the Legislative session of 1857, on Monday, the 16th February, at ten o'clock precisely, in the Salic de Marechaux, at the Tuilleries. People are already speculating on the speech from the Throne. It will, it is suid, announce the pro bability of a pacific solution of the Nenfchntcl question, as also the settlement of our dispute with Persia. Much reserve, if not complete silence, will be maintained on Naples. It is doubted whether any allusion will be made to a new French loan. Two or three days ago circulars were sent to the diplomatic agents, announcing that Paris is to be the seat of the conferences on the Ncufchatel ques tion, and negotiations Are going on in t...

Publication Title: North Australian, Ipswich And General Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
LIFE ASSURANCE. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 28 April 1857

LIFE ASSUltANCE. [from the Sydney Empire, April 9, 1857.) Most of our readers must notice of how frequent occurrence arc announcements of deaths of heads of families leaving widows with several orphan children to deplore their loss, and how often such advertise ments arc succeeded by subscription lists been opened, to provide some sustenance to the bereaved uncs. To the benevolent such subscriptions arc a tax, and they, at the same time, feel painfully hew inadequate arc the results. Wu see men occupying high positions in their circle, spreading around them the sunshine of the social virtues, the soul of their whole party, in a prosperous business, enjoying life to the utmost, and surrounded by happy wives nnd joyous children, suddenly cut off, and their families at once not only deprived of their accus tomed enjoyments nnd .standing, but reduced to absolute want nnd dependence on cold charity ; nnd thus, in many instances, those whom we were once used to meet, and whose society we ...

Publication Title: North Australian, Ipswich And General Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SWITZERLAND. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 28 April 1857

SWITZERLAND. There ore great complaints in the Swiss journals of the intrigues of the liberated Neufchatel prisoners to prejudice the European Powers against the Con federation. ??''?'.' ?

Publication Title: North Australian, Ipswich And General Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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FORMAL OPENING OF THE SUPREME COURT. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 28 April 1857

^dtofAL ?OPEXiNti OF THE SITPIIUME ?h':/r. .??',...?..'..; (mmv. ' ? ?. : ? : .{From thr Fr'. Prtis.) ? Thic. ceremony iif furmtilly 'opening Hie Supreme -30iirt:iif ajoreton Hay took place mi Wednesday last .rwcisply at twelve o'clock, his Honor Judge ftTHford took his seat upon the Bench, tlie officialB *n4,0H)fli)» connected with thoOuit being nJso present. The liumber of tpectntors Was limited to «few»nf/thej)rincips!iiiliabitantii. ? ;Hjf( flbnor tsuUed upon tbe Registrar -W. Kcr M'Kishi Ksq.) tn read tho commission from tlie «»o Temp)-O«neral appoint ing hid Honor Samuel Prcde rick Milfitrd, Jisq.. *b Roiident Judge of tho Supremo Oomi if Moreton Buy, mA nlso the certific»t(-of his bavin|;-t'^ce!-. Mia onthE of nllegiunDC on his elevation [fMr^^ariah th^nrpsditbe commission appniiiUng ^ttS^istWj6f,tlfe,Coart, and the Usual oatlis of «B^w«iMdmittfstKred to him, by ^e Judge. .i,*f. JL'3r?wii,Jis(j., noxtread (the comniission ap l^^ntMmfM BJjcriff, , ana, after having taken tbe O...

Publication Title: North Australian, Ipswich And General Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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GREECE. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 28 April 1857

GREECE. The Code Napoleon lias been adopted in the King dom of Greece. ';'?' :v ?''?'' '-''''??! '?':] ''':'''.'' \ ?' , ?, It in expected thai the French expeditionary corps of 1800 men will have evacuated Greece by the 18th Jirtuiut.''' ' '? '?' .?'? ' Ti , ??' ?''? ? : ? '? ?. ? ???

Publication Title: North Australian, Ipswich And General Advertiser, The
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LETTERS TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 28 April 1857

LETTERS TO THE EDITOR. IThe fottior misfits it to' he understood, thai white every 1 reasohtibhlatitiidi'iciU le allowed, he dots not identify ' *Him*tlf with the tijiiiiion* etpremed in the. correspond - fnct jiubfishtd in this Journal, All It I tern whuh ? 'appear wider this hraditig are written htj parlies en ' Wely unnmhuitd with the tnaiiagiinfiU o/t/ie lUper.'j ! filR,— in the Free f/VM.of th-- l.itb instant, thcru apVioarctTa paragraph, by n Draytoii correspondent, feflttcting on the conduct uf one of the Church of ISitgliuti Clergymen, In The matter of the Imiiil of a drift-that died uiilianti7A-(l. Mr. (t).uunic is the fclcrg vninn tiicre i-ef-e-Tcd to ; and I have his autho rity fi-r stating, that tin: account of (lie lnnttcr in tile paper rcjerrcd to is a luglily- coloured «ud cxag gerAted statcmaiit of what rually took fJncc. ? All-wlioithow Mr. Gleunie personally will bo well able to- estimate tbu amount of cix'ililiility to be ftttaebed to 8-tcli n fltatcment; and all ...

Publication Title: North Australian, Ipswich And General Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 28 April 1857

PHRtaroLO&Y. MK. BROWNE will deliver a LECTURE THIS EVENING, in Mr. O'Rourke's COTTAGE OF CONTENT, East Street, on Phbknologt. Admission, 2sv . Doors opea at 7 ©'Clock. : ? TUITION. ; ? ' ' ' ? - 7; AT tbe suggestion of some young gentlemen, Mr. BROWNE will be glad to prepare a few Pu pils for the University; the usual branches including Greek, Latin, French, and Hebrew will be taught. Early application in necessary. ? ? Mortimer Street. ? ? ? fe~- ? ~ For Sale, by Private Contract, j&muma&tik Aioirr 950 SHEEP, more or less, ^mBajSBBr °f tbe following oges and sexes,' 700 YOUNG BREEDING EWES, 100 EWE LAMBS, 100 WETHER LAMBS, 60 THREE-YEAR-OLD WETHERS. 950 more or less; running on Darling Downs, and bred from tbe cele brated Talgai Stock. Apply to EDWARD LORD. Drayton, April 24, 1857. SHEEP. THE undersigned require about SEVEN HUN DRED YOUNG EWES, about three yearn old, in good condition for shipment. Delivered at South Brisbane, or near Eagle Farm, on either ...

Publication Title: North Australian, Ipswich And General Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE NORTH AUSTRALIAN. IPSWICH, TUESDAY, APRIL 28, 1857. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 28 April 1857

THE NORTH AUSTRALIAN. IPSWICH. TUESDAY, APRIL 28, 1857. ? ? ! ? ♦ In our last number wo laid before readers a synopsis of the Ceusus for 1856, taking merely a general view of the returns as far as they regarded the colony at large ; and we now proceed to notice them in detail, referring more particularly to those relating to tbe Northern Districts, which, now that Separa tion is on the eve of beiug accomplished, will be found extremely useful hereafter as tho groundwork for comparison in some future year, when we come to have a Census of our own ; and in this respect the returns will be found to be invaluable. From the Return regarding the sex and age of the population in these districts, we find that the majority of the inhabitants are in tbe prime of life, and that the numbers between the ages of 21 and 45 greatly exceed those undor the other heads. Another important fact is, that the disparity between the sexes is fast disappearing iu the settled districts ; but in tbe pastoral a...

Publication Title: North Australian, Ipswich And General Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 28 April 1857

HEWTOWN OF IPSWICH. IMPORTANT SAU5 OF A VALUABLE LANDED ESTATE, consisting of 48 ACRES, SUBDIVIDED INTO Jo? ALLOTMENTS, flitoated on She essWre tide of the Limestone Ridge, adjoining the Una of Mr. Walsh and Mr, tn^m&i%&~§bm HMO TSrit beyond A« boundary line of die thriving town erf Ipswich. J^U^KG to the very great difficulty experienced ISP-l^artiw i««»»ed ^ bntismall capital In procuring land in the vtgfnity of Ipswich, at the time they require it from the Government, the Proprietor of the above property, at, the request of many in* tending purebwew,^ b^n induced to lay out the ^dletneifltaMe^a^^;;^. ?. ' .- BUILDING LOTS, and to form ft Townsbip,whlch bos been named the . The site is one of die inest in the district, as i- -forms a jfcntlo siopb on elevated. ground, from whence* varied »nd extensive view of the beautiful pwi-likecounUy close »t: hand, »nd the ranges 61 hills and mouutanw in Mid distance, can be obtained, affording aseurce of *onBUnt gratification...

Publication Title: North Australian, Ipswich And General Advertiser, The
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ANNUAL LICENSING MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 28 April 1857

ANNUAL LICKNSINO MEETING. The annual meeting of the Magistrates for the licensing of public houses was held at the Police Office, ou Tuesday last, before the Police Magistrate, John Ituukcn, and Pollet Cardcw, Esqs., J.Ps.' Owing to a majority of the Magistrates of the dis trict not being in attendance at the appointed time, the business of the day was adjourned for an hour, when the list of applications, tneiily-one in number, were handed to the Beuch liy the chief constable. There were also two applications for confectioners' licenses. The licenses were granted to all the applicants in the following order : — John McDonald, Queen's Anns Hotel, Kast Street. William Vowles. Horse -Ss Jockey, Nicholas Street. John Sullivan, North Star Hotel, Brisbane Street. James Itailic, Victoria Hotel, East Street. James Prior, Sportsin.in's Arms, Little Ipswich. Godfrey. O'liourke, Cottage of Content, East Street. James Stanley, Steam Packet Hotel, Knst Street. Charles Jones, Crown Hotel, Bell St...

Publication Title: North Australian, Ipswich And General Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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PRODUCE CIRCULAR. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 28 April 1857

PRODUCE CIRCULAR. The arrivals of wool this week have been far below an average. Reports from the country districts, especially from the northward, state the impossibility of the drays moving, owing to the continued wei weather. A few minutes previous to the commencement of the stile, the. mail per Great liritain was delivered. (Hid we arc-indebted to the Umpire I'm- sending a slip of the Knglish Commercial Rueont, prior to thr publication of tiieir second edition. This was read to the buyers, and the hcnlthy tone of the markets imparted much confidence in the biddings- for the produce sold this day Wool of all descriptions may be quoted fully Id. per 1b. higher than Huh day week. '1'Aiit.ow. — Only a few 'casks of mixed melting have appeared, and may be quoted fully 2s. Cd. to Ss. per cwt. higher than on Friday last. This is also attributable to the advices received. Shkei'bkins have been in small supply, but sold readily at an advance on last week, although the quality of the skin...

Publication Title: North Australian, Ipswich And General Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 28 April 1857

SYDNEY, Tni: UETtnoinsT op Mji. MANNrxu.— We observe by the Empire of thu 21 si instniit, that the Attnrney Gcnernl hns resigned his scut in tlie Lngislntiuv, owing to indisnnHition. and intends pvoceodinn to i'Jiiropc, on a visit, in tlie early part of next month for the benefit of his. health. Captain Henderson in said to be, or has been ap pointed, the first Governor of Morutou Hay. — Lttun- eeilo'n OhronieU, 14th instant.

Publication Title: North Australian, Ipswich And General Advertiser, The
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DRAYTON. THE DRAYTON SWAMP TRAGEDY. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 28 April 1857

DRAYTOiN. THE DRAYTON SWAMP TRAGEDY. [FEOM A COBBESPOKDEXT.l I stated to you in my brief letter of the 18th instant, that the medical gentleman in attendance had expressed his opinion, that the injuries Mrs. Teagle had received were of such a nature that she could not possibly recover, and unhappily his opinion was Irat too correct. Sho lingered in the greatest agony until Sunday morning, nine o'clock,' when death put an end to her excruciating suffer ings. A magisterial investigation took place at the Separation Hotel, on the 20tli instant, before A. W. Manning, Esq., P.M., C.C.L., and F.N. Isaac, Esq., J/P.; when the following evidence was elicited. The prisonor was escorted froiu Dray ton, anrl was present during the whole of the investigation, which occu pied nearly seven hours. ? Mr. Mark M'CHrthy deposed : I nm a licensed victualler, and reside -at Drayton Swamp. On die evening, of Thursday, the lGth instant, about nine o'clock. . I. was in my kitchen, and hoard cries of ' nui...

Publication Title: North Australian, Ipswich And General Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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MELBOURNE. Death of Lady Barkly. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 28 April 1857

MELBOURNE. Death of Lady Barkly. Monday, 20th April. — The country has been sud denly piunped into sorrow by the death of Lady Barkly. After giving birth to a son on the 8th in stant, her Ladvshin suffered from nervous excite ment, producing -depression of spirits, fits of hytitcrin and. nervous exhaustion, terminating on Friday morning in death. The strongest feeling of sympa thy with Sir Henry Barkly is everywhere manifested. All places of business: were at once partially closed, and people congregated together and spoke in sub dued tones of the loss sustained by the colony, as well as by the husband and the family. Lady Barkly has been but little in public, — the uncertain state of her health prevented it— but the impressions pro duced on ail who have been admitted within the domestic circle, have been of the most enduring kind. The colony, sincerely mourns the untimely death of a. lady, from the influence of whose genuine, pure, and womanly character, so much good was expected t...

Publication Title: North Australian, Ipswich And General Advertiser, The
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RUMOURED TERMINATION OF THE PERSIAN WAR. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 28 April 1857

!»UM6iJ8EI)!.^ER*tUSTATj6if OP THE :??:-: ? . f./: PEESI AN, WAR. , ? .. . , at ^s-ttot ^ntenaed, ^sajw Me uatiyntw, to send o)it:jany, troop»c!fi'()nif England to Persia, 'i'his an nounccmont,,iir« .Hinko. w^tli the inost entire cpnfi denc«tb»i;#»TiU:bc found correct, We belicv«rwe rnay.adaitliatthe ;forcc already Ht fiushirc will. not BdrfljicepintOrftiip .interior ,'jand : that ^e,v,cry, oftbrt is bclngtWade 'Mi 'tef&S: *W^i*- peace. jrjwJWu^*^ affair;,, wei,*w. «B«ur^ foiins no serious jmrt of tlie aegm^nHi'mMim Mpg. corriedipnat P*ds |»v Feroiilc Kban aim JLord Ooivloy ; and there 4s at pjjegtohteverj; reason to hope thattliesc liegotifttinn will : *eia»1nate vtn, the ra-watabhshmeiit of amicflble iidatiijhs between the English arid P-pr»)iun (Jovcti). BUfUts.^'.; .v-VJ;t-.r,---i ? .','i '-?, /,-?.,'- '':' :'?,; ?;?? .-? ? ''/'?.'?? i: '

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THE WAR WITH PERSIA. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 28 April 1857

TffK ft Alt WITH PEBSfA; :: Vijjnka, Ftbi-uary ifi.ff 700 wep J»av^ l^rUied /in the Persian Cu1f from Bombay. ;Au.J-hglish writ lunction mithvuie; troops -«f -©ost M nhiomed, jipoji, Herat ,:Ti«e Rus-ians-ar-j jwegftwi&ng , fpivces £n the Caspian Sea..- Itis sajn tliatjtbo^iBad-fluaWcr* afUie Russian ai-my. of tliejCaucasus will be removed' iQ-EirifWi : .-. *';?: ??//*,!.;?:.- ?:: ?'? ? '?? ' '

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