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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 27 May 1857

CROWN LANDS' SALE. TN pursuance of the authority in me Tested, and JL in accordance with ihe regulations of 8lh March, 185^, y^M^ihg tte iwtablishwatit of I,ocal Laaa Offices, I, the Governor-General and Governor irforcsaid, with the advice of tho Executive Council, do hereby Tiotify' and proclaim, that at Eleven ©'Clock ^MtONDAX, the 22nd day of JUNE next, the following Lots of Land will be offered for sale by public auction, at the several places hcreirader wentjpped, at the upset price affixed to each lot rcipactiyely. ,{pepos|t-l.Q per cent.) f'E. F/le intended to signify ' Deed Fee ' in each-case.] ?: Sale at the Pottco Office, Irswicn. . .: GQN8T&Y LOTS. ??-- Cooktv of Stanley. On the Brisbane River, about 8 miles north-westerly from Ipswich. Lot 1. One hundred and one acres, 101a., county ot Stanley, parish of Kholo, portion No. 1.. Upset price £1 per acre. (D.F. £1 5s.} 2. Eighty-two acres, 82a., county of Stanley, parish of Kholo, portion No. 2. UpBet price £1 per a...

Publication Title: North Australian, Ipswich And General Advertiser, The
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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 27 May 1857

BIRTH. On May 12, at Eton Vale, Mrs. J. Watts, of a daughter.        

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 2 June 1857

?????? ? ??'tini^:N-)Rms£U8TRAhUN..'- '??' is published every Tuesday worning, &ni forwarded to tbuntty subscribers by «iat day? mail. ' ?-?-?''?' *;:i- ??'?? - '??- Terms: --'i ? ? t ' Per quarter, in advance .... -Js. 64 Per quarter, credit ....... j 7u.Hl Single number, sixpence. The Quarters wSl termi nate on tho 31st March, 30th June, 3Ctli Septem ber, and 81st December, at which periods'only can resignation be received. No orders for %fitlidraw»l will bo attended 4o Unless given in writing., New Bubscribers will ', be charged from the -Uteof ctmi Aayertisemeuta wul be charged at -iie rate of ?' '. '???' .','?' ?.'.?? ?'??.'' ,;. ' ??.'??/??.? ?*-'' : Twolines.......,....»:....i/ I 0' ?.'.: Pour „ ..................i 2 Or ?;*?;/;'«». .. ' ..::..?.'.?;,/.». ??.;?.?/. -a 'f- , ; , ^Ight,, ......,..'.........1. 8 0,' . ;|5vco' a^aitiomTl in* ;.;.., .^..-'1 '0.- .' : Tlie number of insertions must bf'written oh caob jidTCJtisenicnt, or they will bejOpnttnueA until -cpun- te...

Publication Title: North Australian, Ipswich And General Advertiser, The
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MISCELLANEA. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 2 June 1857

miscrManea. Mb. TnACKBttAr.— I usedtoicnow ThacVemt in London; ' He was our correspondent (tiie ? Jlotnr. Journal), you recollect^ nix or seren fears *goi-tliei! ,in the chrysalis of hiB present renown. He is mon* likely to be personally popular, I think, thait. any other contemporary English author would b»f ub this side of the water (America). He is a tall manj of largo frame, and features -roughly eut-^-the expression of his face rather 'no-you -don't*' and Great Britain -ous, but withal very fearless and very honest. He has (or had) no symptom of the dandy' about him. Above twaddle, by the lift Of his genttit, and not having bad eitbor prosperity or pertotm beauty enough, in early life, to contract any pehna nent illusions, he is (or was) more blunt and peremptory in address and conversation than will be expected of * fashionable author. He is satirical on the surface, genial at heart. . In taking a mutton chop with him occasionally, at the ' Blue Posts,' in company witn a puons...

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TRIVIAL CAUSES OF DUELS. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 2 June 1857

TRIVIAL CAUSES OF DUELS. (From Sttbiite'i ATotc* on fluch and Duelling.) Whoever considers the trivial disputes that have' ended in hostile meetings between gentlemen, will recall the story told of a Neapolitan nobleman,1 who fought fourteen duels to prove tliat Dante was a greater poet than Ariosto. and who, on Ins death bed, admitted to his confessor that lie had never read the works of cither. These excite ridicule aud contempt. . 'J'liuf, a French kni-r)it. cried nloud that his mis tress was more beautiful than nny Englishwoman, and was slain by an Englishman fur the speech. Two French nobles could not a .Tee whether a cer tain letter on some embroidery was on X or n Y. and so fi-ot up a duel of six against six to determine their difference. One nvirquis owed another marquis the sum of fifteen shillings, and settled the ticoro with his sword. A royal duke, curious to see the features of a lady at a masked ball, lifted the disguise from the fair one's face, aud atoned for the act...

Publication Title: North Australian, Ipswich And General Advertiser, The
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INSTRUCTIONS AS TO THE RESTORATION OF PERSONS APPARENTLY DROWNED. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 2 June 1857

INSTRUCTIONS AS TO THE RESTORATION OF PERSONS APPARENTLY DROWNED, j The frequent recurrence, of late, of deaths by drowning, after very brief periods or immersion, seome to call for the publication of some simple and exnlicit instructions on the treatment of persons seemingly dead. Only the other day, a fine girl of fourteen lost her life at Newtowu, although she hod only been some three or four minutes in the water altogether. j Doctor Marshall Hall, a member of the London Faculty, and a gentleman of considerable eminence in his profession, has recently made a series of ex periments ou this subject, and has published his instructions in the Lancet of September last, which we annex. They are the result of half-a-year's care- ' ful investigation. He says — I ' I wish especially to put to the tost of careful experiment the dogiua tliat, if the heart once pease to beat, its action can ife^sr be restored— a dogma calculated to paralyse our efforts in many cases in which hope may really ...

Publication Title: North Australian, Ipswich And General Advertiser, The
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SPIRIT OF THE PRESS. GOVERNMENT MEASURES FOR THE SETTLEMENT OF THE CHINA DISPUTE. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 2 June 1857

SPIftlT OF THE PRESS. GOVERNMENT MKASUURS FOR THE SET TLEMENT OF THE CHINA DISPUTE. [From lite Timtt.) The Government is not disposed to delay for a moment active measures for the settlement of the Chinese dispute. Tlie opposition will be gratified to a. certain extent, inasmuch as a plenipotentiary will shortly proceed to China with full powers to conclude a peace. This person, whoever he may he, will not, indeed, supersede Sir J. Bowriug, or in any way dispense with the assistance of the men wlio are at present conducting the affairs of the country in the Eastern Seas. He will, however, have tho advantsge nf knowing the Irishes of the Cabinet from the mouths of the ministers them selves, nnd he will be acquainted with what bus been said and done at home, u-hile Sir J. Bo wring. Kir M. Seymour, and Mr. Parkcs will be able to sup ply him with the necessary local knowledge. A military commander, with £000 iiii-.n, will nlso at oncj be despatched to the scene of tlie disturbance. Of c...

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THE NORTH AUSTRALIAN. IPSWICH, TUESDAY, JUNE 2, 1857. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 2 June 1857

THE NORTH AUSTRALIAN. ; ' ? ? ?' ? ? : ? ? i'. . ? . IPSWICH, TUESDAY, JUNE i, 1857: Recuriuno to the suhjedt of the Loan Billviour objections to the carrying out of its provisions still remaining Unanswered, and, we believe, unanswerable, we have now to offer a few more cursory remarks to the consideration of our readers, suggested by the recent appoint meat of a Local Board of Works for the Northern Districts, announced by our Iocs1 contempo rary, the Free Press, to have been made by the Executive, with the necessary powers for proceeding with the various works set forth in the Act, the funds ibr -which are said to be now available. The ~6oard consists of Capt. Wickham, Mr. Roberts, the Surveyor of Roads, aud Mr. Biuhucy, the present Clerk of Works iu this district. It is not our intention to offer nuy ill-natured remark with refereuce to the Executive appointments in this instance 5 for we are disposed, considering tlint the constant anil absurd references to Sydney are how to ce...

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LONDON WOOL REPORT.—MARCH, 1857. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 2 June 1857

LOXDOX WOOL REPORT— Mabch. 1857. Prior to the commencement of our solos, several large parcels held by dealers bad changed hands, and the advance obtained on November rates was about lid. to2*d. The sales having been announced fiir a later period than usual caused many of the-' manufacturers, both home aud foreign, to buy such pf reals &s could L be obtained' from , the London dea'crs, who were nearly bare of stock, but met the market freely; tlie exception being some speculators in tlie north who held firmly for. the sales— preferring to take their change under the hammer to private contract. ... ( The sales commenced on the 27th of February, and the attendance of buyer* from all parts was more numerous tlian we ever remember, the comps titiou wan excessive, and the following advance on the previous: sale rates was nt once established: — Prime combing and clothing flocks, 2d. to 3d. advance ; prime scoured, Hid. to 8Jd. advance ; ordinary and average flocks, ljd. to 2d. adv...

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DRAYTON. May 29th, 1857. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 2 June 1857

DRAYTOX [FItOM A COIUIESPONDKKT.] May 20th, 1857. Notwithstanding the hopes we formed when the westerly winds set in about a fortnight ago, that we were to have a continuation of fine, dry weather, we liavehad, I regret to say, a lone and continued rain, and, as a natural consequence, tbe creeks are all flooded, travelling utterly impracticable,. intercom- uinnication completely suspended, and we are as ignorant of the affairs of Sydney end colonial mut ters M the man in the moon. Tbe weather, however, appears now to have undergone a thorough change, jjjB day» are fine and warm, the nights cold and frosty. At the Police Office, On Friday last, Pater Gentio Appeared on Btiinmous to answer the charge of Ste phen Meban, for obtaining monies under false pre tences, somewhere about the year 1853. The com plainant did not appear, and the summons was accordingly dismissed. The defendant announced hit) intention of instituting proceedings against Me han,'fha!fniuch as in wining 4o Dravton f...

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SCOTLAND. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 2 June 1857

SCOTLAND. At the election of a Lord Rector for Marisclial College and University of Aberdeen recently, two nations voted for Mr. Layard aud two for Lord Elgin. The votes baing equal, and the choice falling to tlie benatus, tlist body bare agreed to leave it to Mr. Layard himself. The -election for one of the representatives for the city of Glasgow, caused by tho resignation of Mr. John Macgrcgor, terminated on tlie 6th of March in the retnrn of the Liberal candidate., Mr. Buchanan, who obtained a large majority over his Conserva tive opponent, Mr. Merry. The numbers at the close of the poll were :— Buchanan, 6979; Merry 2943; majority, S0S6. Some violent disturbances hare taken place in Edinburgh, in consequence of a disagreement be tween the advocates of total abstinence and of indul gence in spirituous liquors. Dr. Laycock. the pro fessor of physic in Edinburgh University, delivered, some time ago, two lectures on 'the Physiology of Drunkenness — its cause* and remedies,' to tlie ...

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 — 2 June 1857

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRrVAL. May 26. — Raven, schooner, 130 tons, Captain Brown, from Sydney. Passengers — Mrs. Miles and Mr. Bryuut. DEPARTURES. May IS. — Sarah Ann, schooner, 130 tons, Captain Goold, for Sydney. May 2G. — Yarra, Yatra, steamer, 500 tons. Captain Hull, for Sydney. Passengers — Mr. F. Bigge, Mr. F. C. Master, Mr. D. Graham. A. M'Cullnugh, Mr. . W. Ii. Green, Mr. John Scania'n, Mrs. Christie and four children, and nineteen iu the steerage. May 2fi. — Waratah, steamer, 450 tons. Captain Knight, for Wide Bay. Passengers from Sydney — Mr. A. Cameron, Rev. J. L. Dodd, Mr. Wl Praser, Miss White, Mr. 12. Adatus, mid seventeen iu the steerage. From Brisbauo — Captain Towns, and fif teen German immigrants. IMPORTS. Ravan : 65 packages merchandise, Wilson &:.Co.:; 4C do., Ruff & Co. ; IS do., Pan ton & Co. ; 36 do.. Bonn; t do., Iiuckluy; 120 bags flour. Lord; ISO bags flour, 23 do. bran. 19 casks bread, 125. tins biscuits, M'Cabu; 1 case, SO bags f...

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IRELAND. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 2 June 1857

IRELAND. The. Qiiocn's College at Cork is progressing satis fpctnrily. The number of students on the roll in WtS-tiG was 162, exhibiting a very considerable increase, :-^fi7 were in thu Faculty of Arts, 63 iu that of medicine, mid 25 in tlie engineering course. Of 144 mRtrtculated students who attended the college in the Inst session (1855-66), 73 were Reman Catholics. 59- Churchmen, 2 Presbyterians, and 10 Dissenters. It is stated that the picturesque mid historical Derryiinne, formerlj' the residence -of Daniel 0*C«m ncll.'iR ftlmtit to be Bold by the Earl of Cork, whose property it «o*v is. , The Hon. and Very Rev. Charles R. Pakcnham, alias Father Paul Mary, of the' order of tho P«ssi-m- iRta, died suddenly in Dublin, nn the 1st of March. Ho was to have preached a cliarity sermon on that Any. Tiio deceased priost was son of tho late, and brother to tlie present, Earl of Ijongford. Hu was nephew of the Into Elizabeth. Duchess of Welting, ton, wifet»f tho hero -of Waterloo, and rf...

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GLEN INNES. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 2 June 1857

GLEN INNES. From the Armidale Express. We must respectfully auk the Surveyor-General, through the medium of your valuable little journal, when the land now surveyed at this place will be ofttred for sale? Numbers are waiting to. purchase land in this rising township, and have been for a long time past. We are satisfied , that jf the allot ments now surveyed were offered for sale, they,,would at onee be disposed of. Most of them are in the best part of the town, fronting the Post-Ofliee and Mr. Fletcher's store, and present really good sites for building purposes. Surely we have not requebUx anything nnreasonable when we ask for land, and are agreeable to pay a good price for, $.W* are completely tired of writing to the Surveyor-General about it. ' A steam-mill is being erected near the township, ?which we sincerely hope may be soon in going order and repay tlio spirited proprietor for his outlay. W« do not fear the result if the Government will only offer sufficient land for sale, s...

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UNITED STATES. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 2 June 1857

UNITED STATES. Tlie now treaty with Mexico bad reached Wash ington, and it was reported that it fiuda little favour ivitli the Senate, Troubles were acrain arising In Kansas. Judge Sherwood had quarrelled with Governor Geary, and itpat iu his face. The governor's friends held an in ilignatinn meeting, at which Sherwood attended1, and at it fihot one of the governor's persona! friends dead, hesides wounding two others ; whereupon Mr. Junes, tho governor's privnte secretary, shot Sherwood through the head, killing him instantly. The meet ing then adjourned. A general fight was expected. Tlie governor's residence was guarded by the state troops. California dates are to tho 6th of February. Tlie mines continued productive. Uumness at San Fran cisco was dull. Knlmon and Co., diy-Roodnmi-.n, had failed, their liabilities amounting to 200.000 dollars. The citizens of Mariuosa county, at a public meeting, resolved to resist Colonel Fremont's laud claim. There was nothing later from Nicaragu...

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ITALY. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 2 June 1857

ITALY. A letter from Naples of March 5 mentions a poli tical hoax played off in that city on tho occasion of tlie Queen giving birth to a son. Tlie trick, which created miwh sensation in tho city, is supposed to be tho work of sonic of the secret societios. Tlie following proclamation, having the royal arms at its head, and at the bottom the signature of the imperial printer, was posted at the corner of several streets 1 — 'Ferdinand II., by the grace of God King of «ie Two Sicilies, of Jerusalem. Arc., Duke of Parma, Piaconza, Castro. &c. Hereditary Grand Prince of Tnsoany, &c. — Providence having deigned to in crease our rnynl family bv another son, adhering to the friendly councils of the British and French -Jo- vcrnmcntsl and desiring, as formerly, to indulge the movements of our paternal heart, wo have resolved to command, and we do command as follows : — 'Art. 1.— We grant a full amnesty to all political prisoners, tried or not tried. ' Art. 2.— We restore to v...

Publication Title: North Australian, Ipswich And General Advertiser, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 2 June 1857

TO ADVERTI3EBS. It is respectfully requested, that Advertisement* be sent in kot lkteb. than 6 o'Clock, Monday, Even ing, and that the number of insertions be written on each Advertisement, or they will be continued until countermanded, and charged accordingly.

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TURKEY. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 2 June 1857

TUBKEY. A telegrapbicdespateh from Constantinople** the 4th of March announces that Admiral Lyons, in an order of the day, has pointed out the order of do Darture of the vessels of his squadron from the IIob phorus. They are to leave in succession, and repair to Malta, where they will all assemble before pro ceeding to England. Admiral Lyons himself will leave Constantinople himself on the IStli, iu the Royal Alltrt, at which time the only vusscl remain ing will bo the Miranda, attached to die service of the English embassy.

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CHINA. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 2 June 1857

CHINA. Marseilles. March 16th.— The accounts received hore from China are to the 30th of January. The English continued on the defensive. The European inhabitants' of Hong Kong were very miich JrWtafcid' against Sir John Bowring, and threatened to pnt the poisoners to death if the Governor did not authorise their pnnisliment. The Spiiniards at Canton were expecting a regiment from the Phillipine Islands to avenge the assassination of their Consul.— 1'ott.

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AMERICA. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 2 June 1857

AMERICA. Tlie Times, of the 14th March, gives the following summary of news from the United States, compiled from p:ipcr« brought to Liverpool on the ) 8th, iy the Monti oil Occu n Steamship Company's, screw stoauiur Atiglo-Swn, M'Master, conunnnder. from Portlmd. She brings advices from New York to the 28th February. The Pn-sident' had signed the Submarine. Tele- graph Bill* and the yimties interested were making arrang iincnts and completing the contract with the G-itvcriimeiit. ..' The Senate hnd pare.td the Bill authorising Minne sota to form a Stat? Government, striking ont thfl . amendment restricting the right of suffrage to citi zpi\6 of the United States. Mr. Bigler, fipm the Committee on the Post Office, reported ft Bill to provide for tho carrying of t)»e mails from New York to Para, South America, toucliinc; at the inter mediate ports, nnd a Bill for carrying the miiilsfrom Panama to Valparaiso, on the. west coast 4-f South Amnrica. in connection with the mail routes alr...

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