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LOCAL AND DOMESTIC. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 9 June 1857

LO0AL AND DOJtESTIG. Smam. Debts' CounT,-.The usual monthly Court for the recovery of small debts was held* at thi Police Office on Wrdnosday last. Thero woro eleven oasiw for adjudicfttion, iuvolvina; dnlnm from 8s. 5d. to -£9 4s., whioh wbio diHposed of as follows:— Pour wero dl»mi»»od, two wens postponed, two wcr? settled ont of court, one verdict was for the plaintiff, afid two Aver1* -dismissed for want :of nppsftiMncc, Oka noe or Lahcemt.— At the I'oiioo OSico;oa WodupKday , - a bullnok^ri ver, ' tiarh^d John BixviVkw. was placort' at the bar chafed with hiViiViag open an'cl.. steal |ng from a case of gin «jvon bottles,, tti' projwi^ty.^f bis fciupiby«r,;T1»oma^ JBiO'^J'.1-:TsV-jb»&. the statement of tiie oompUii^iit JtiipponrAd tit'^ tho prisoner bad charge uf a dray «t)'1Sat»ii'dky, ' ilif 30th ultimo, attlis onti-mtleoreek, while complaiuikni was at the Woolpftolt Inn. Having baiird that thi prisouor and othura were indulging theinsclve* with liquor at . the dray. «...

Publication Title: North Australian, Ipswich And General Advertiser, The
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To the Editor of the Empire. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 9 June 1857

2t the SJUofofthtKmptrt. Sta,— mU ]yuu permit tno through the colnthuR of your journal, to'ask the Colonial-Secretary what claim ;Mr, Algernon May, thsreoeiit appointed Clerk of PeUy Bpjslonji, at Urithane. «tid who had not been lii the ;ser vies fcefons, had on the Ooretoment for atf ^jteintiwiht to the jrnWio service of this colonV.^wliyst »b inmy trieffahS faWiral offloers of tho tfoVefttbent, whose ?klaries wither have been reduced, or their aervioes-altogether dispensed with (iri^t%«to3a^o1ati«r^86:^ '? '. |3M^a4' ^no«r^btejtentlcu-aii conscientiously fay that hi8;?bte at tlie Exoctttive Gouhcil Boawl in faroir^^r-. May.VaBanhonouraijleatoatopriglit 9uot ' Tifhe Hind a conafitehCBii feel for his position. I JeBvejthcTiiblic tojo&g* *tf«MioUbry capable of' «w^gron prostitution of power. : -'*' .-, ,-.' ???( ? :?'?'?'?' ''tain1. Sb^, your oWient soVraiSi.1 ' ' ' '.. 'Ar, :i-ipHXR5SKrj ,:-3LEBk'.'r &v%i&nai&)f' TKAH^SKBVJCfi, WlTHOCT A ^tAOT t) JT; ...

Publication Title: North Australian, Ipswich And General Advertiser, The
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BUSH LYRICS. A MORAL TALE. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 9 June 1857

BUSH LYRICS; A UpRAC TIA1.B.. , I once possessed -a Jo vely.&iek — . A lovely flock of maiden «w.es . As ever nibbled at the-grsss . ??.-,. . Of thlB fair land of kangaroos. They were as clean as clean could be, Their wool was white, aud fine and long It fetched me tbirteen-peuce a pound, I well may praise its worth in song. No thought of arsenic crossed my view It wpiild have been « sin to dip 'em ; They .never troubled me at all. But when the season Came to clip 'em. But once* stray slieep joined the flock, I drove hhn off in half a minute ; I »t»id, ' If he has damage done Iu that short time the deuce is in it.' But scarce a week had drifted by — It might have been ten days at most— Ere . the b«Sst ewe in all the flock Was goen to scrape Against a psst. , And noon another came *uA scraped Her fikin against a piece of slab ; With frantic haste 1 seized her Ug, And looked, it was— it was the Scab 1 And swiftly through the lovely flock The horrible contagion flew, 'Till not ...

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 — 9 June 1857

SYDNEY. (from op* conaiapojiDBsV.) Mav 27th. 1867. It happened fortunately for the Queens lieges of the city of Sydney that her- Matesty'fl birth-day fell on Sunday, n-bureby . they . escaped . tha deluging rain which kcot cverv oue within (loon on that il.iy, and were on Monday .enabled. und«r a clear »ky, to join in the public ; demonstrations which always mnrk that royal anniversary. At eleven o'olock the regular troops-i-borse, foot, and artillery —.quartered in our barracks, fonnod in line in the Domain, flanked by the volunteer enrps that sttitofl ( into existence some two years ago as n corps de rtterut, for the better ncotuity of their fall&W-ciUzons : but, 'O what a ftilltug-off was here)!' Like boys! playing ot soldiers, they soon get tired of the game, j The cavalry, In tho brightest of scarlet— tho rifles, In tho jnost rural of green— the artillery, in tho hluust of Kllroyal blues— minitss. swords, belts, and j guu«— ^when thoy were embodied, pjedged- thom- ' (wi...

Publication Title: North Australian, Ipswich And General Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SELECT POETRY. LET US TRY TO BE HAPPY [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 9 June 1857

£»i$;wf '? Mimis» t. ifilV.«&.TBY TO BE HAP?Y. Let us Uyto be happy I We tnay if we will i Fiiid;«ome pleasure* in life to o'erbaUnce-ttio HI; Tbwe?WM neve* an evil, if well understood, .1 But what! riirbtlV managed, would turn to a good. If ire were but at ready 4o look to the light v Ai'we Are to «lt moping because It-U night, Vr«4houia own it a truth, both in word and In deed, That, who trie* to be happy is sure to succeed. Let «i try to be happy I Some shades of regret Are BUre to hang round, which we cannot forget ; There aro time* when the lightest of spirits innst bow ' -And- th» sunniest fee* wear a cloud on its brow ; Wte must never bid feelings, the purest and best, -To He blunted and cold in our bosntnB at rest ; But the'deeper our own griefs, the greater our need . Td toy to be happy, lest other hearts bleed. Oh. try to b* nappy I It is not for long ? We shall cheer on each other by counsel or song ; If we make the best use of our time that we may, Thero U much w...

Publication Title: North Australian, Ipswich And General Advertiser, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 9 June 1857

l5pul;1fBi{M^^TuMaky'I^iu£an3;forvf*r-l64 trtto^i^s.«ttfeS|J)|-pr)9 by Mt^iiif.S toatt, -..'.. ; .' ' - ;';,' 'W&Mf;iA&\-Jjkt ^ '.:,; ?f.«d, ' ?: ?'?? T«r pwter, credit* ..',.,..,. 7s. Qd. , ,',...- 8mgle;ii)Si)ijWr,:Bixpenco. . .TtoTftuarters'will teWfttrl: nate'tta' tp ^Vj6^h;: ^Kh Jiinb, SOtti ^e^etf. bfirianiSlBVJ^mber.atwhlcl^ 'resighatloh b- rw«lve-l.' 2Tp orders for ,wi$draK$ wmy^ailfce'iiaW.lto^pJ-i^Jiyenin wfitin^. ''.Wfifr.1 *ubBCrtbcra:will;i)c cbargiia from the' date of odmt mencingTtbfclf'fliibBVi^ptipn. ' ' ; ' ? AoTVe^iriSSittg wrtl Iks cnarged at the rate©' ; : .#j^^ie-;k ;..... ...;........ V o/ '??:.-S^^:--.- ? ?-?? ? 11 . . Bijt „..,...».. ? 8 o- . .; EigbtM'.;V..,,^.. ........ 8 '.ov ????': ;; ::^*)fTta^itio:iiai;&ich, ;..^,.,..' :i, .%?' .:'? .; ?Thfe num!(K|r ^^pj,iji«)rtitfBB iftjist,be i'^TU)»n o»*n.0% ad vRrti^m'tuJ, or; they will Kc 'fioarinueJ iiiittl coun» tetoanJjj^'s^d'jcbar^^a^oMiiijjl^ :.. '. „' , ..j ! Jtil fPJ^erOindTpgniflfl...

Publication Title: North Australian, Ipswich And General Advertiser, The
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PRODUCE CIRCULARS. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 9 June 1857

PKOUDCK CERCULA.IIS. The nrrlvids of wool this week hnvebnen scaroelv worth recording, nnd only 30 t-«les liave been offi-retl at auction. And thu prices oltt.iined cannot bo .any index of the market, whloli U renortcd noininnHv thn aamo ns Inst week. Talt^jw. — The town trade have made all the pnr. oha*es, and have giveurather higher flgm-ea fur bout quality. Sheepskins Are in demand, and Inclined tn Increase' in value as the growth of wool Inoraases. Hide* hare ngitin deollnad, and purchnsan n'rr. untviDittg to operate own at I!j8 priccf obtnjncd to-day. The unusual high rates lately obtained were not warranted by tho stato of the English market. Stock AKn Stations— Slnoe last report tha boll days have interfered with all transactions In this description of. property, and there ore no sales to report. ' ' Freight* to I^nndon-^wool; Jd. per lb. ; hides, 20s. to 2--s. per ton ; tallow, 60s. to 60s. per ton ; oil, 00s. to70s. per tun ; gold, i per cent, by selling vessel* f per cent,...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 9 June 1857

jforth Aoatraliaft Race 3aU UUBEB1 the Pannage of fcieut.-Colond Gray, 1 ?jpdUbivMigUtrate, width* gteiisrdg of the Races, ! tootake jj&ee ' at Ips*iob, on ?»IDiY the 12th g€|i$n Apfillcatfpni -'^f^^'Sft&HS1'*' to .any «rf *fce linilerfnentipned pTJSw4SM&mE *b» BALL, 'until 'WEbKESDAt, l^H f /Pv& 'at 4 p.m.-9-^- ?;'?'? :: '? ' _. vr''' **??''' 'fttoPFWBtbw ?=- -iTrenoU.'SQttfci.v A. Mactdister : T. De'liecjcMttPitt F. A-TorW ,, ? J-*«fcvK- TElUg ~ .... A. D.'Brbughtoh Arnold uomnqlt LftdiM'- Ticket*, 16b., Gentlemen's 'Tickets, 25s. GEO. P. BETTB. Hos. Sbcretart. North Australian Race Ball. npHE STEWARDSoFthe above BALL will meet X. every Evening at tie 6ueen's Asms' Hotbl, at 4 6'CfocfcV until WEDNESDAY toMt. GEORGE P; BEITS, HOM. SEC. AND TrEASCREA. Jptwiea, 4th June, 1857. ON SALE, I^O.OR GOATS, two Billys and two Nanny*, per ' feotlr quiet and ? domeBticated. one of the Nanny* now in milk and the other nine months old. Apply to Mrs. AVOR HAIG, War...

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 9 June 1857

SHIPPING 1NTKLU(J1?NCE. AUBlV.tr^. May SO. — Haittiftgft, xiiik' 996 tons, Captain Alex ander Ntwiands, frttm Birkonhead February 24. Pucsencors — Di'.'Tunniare, Surgeou-Superiutendent, md 388 ffovernment iminijrrauts.— Acents, Messrs. Richardson & Co. Jnna 6.— ^Yarra Yorra, flteamer, -J00 tons, Captain Dell, from ^-drtcy 1st, and Nen-CAstle the 2nd inst. PassentfefS— Mr. C. YcatniAii, Mt. O. Rnuway, Mr. Otton, kr. R. Wilson. Mr. G. ttwker. Mr. IlalL Mr. F. AV. Roche. Mr. Gillespie, Mrs. Gillesple, Mfss GilleKpie, Master GiHeRi»e, Mr. Topjjin, Mr. Rovds, RTr. F. I). Vignolca, Hfr. ttoxby, Mr. Morriset.'Mr. W. B. Tooth, Captain Stifling, and SS in the Btcerage. IMPORI'S. Hustings ! 80 tons con), 1200 bales hoop iron, 700 hags salt, 100 cases spirits, 40 hopOieads ditto, 26 bags oatmeal, 97 sacks o«ts, 42 packages, Order ; 1 bos, A. Harvey ; 1 ctu-st, W. Brookes ; 1 cask, R. Ram»ay ; 300 bugs salt, 00 package. Raff &. Co.; 60 tonu salt, 100 packages, ,1. & G. H...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 9 June 1857

To the Weri of jjfts Iftirfr : fy tb^LA.BB CATTLE HOTI5L, begs to VJ infotmfliU kiai -IWeads, Patrons, and the faMio generally, tfcslt he will have a first-rate! SOOTH on|beKaoe4«w«e dnMng the continuance «f th« aporUT *»(1 -feat he int*n£i to provide his ?easterner* -with Wines, Spirits, and Malt Liquor, «f ihe w$y *wt quality, rw^ailing them at %». therefore, solicits a fair share *f *h« public J-atl»I»j{».J^ '-; iMwioh JCutaal Seoefit Investment and Buildjag Sooiety. trim fiHAREHQUHEBS of the above Society JL are1*ewin*cd 4hat the Mttal MONTHLY MEETlSO.*-r the payment of Sobseriptions, will %* 4»3Fifl*be, OLD COURT HOU§E, THIS Sale of SbWfu «?CU)«k precisely. ' K.B.i-Hew ^pnemberiJoIniBitkeSoeiotytww will fciTttbeopttonof paytnf -q» thebaflkSrfwcriptionii fcy instalments. ' ; ?-.? I. BLAIK& .,,/. SfKcaimav. tytvick Sabtcription Library and Beading Boom, rfWB ANNUAL* MEETING will be held In the L OLD CJOUST HOUSE, on WEDNESDAY Mkt,*t7 80.p.iD. ' By writer of the Committee....

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 9 June 1857

DEATH           On the 14th' ultimo, at Dalby, after a short illness, Mr. Joseph Whalin; proprietor of the Ploughman's Arms , in that town.

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MR. MURRAY AND THE LAND QUESTION [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 16 June 1857

HR. MURRAY AND THE LAND QUESTION. On the 25th ultimo, at Goulburn, about -t hundred gentlemen sat down to a public dinner given to the Won. T. A. Murray, M.l'., when that gentleman, in tbe course of bis address to the constituency present, made the following remarks ou the eubject of squat ting and the management of Crown Lands : — ' To show my consistency in reference to the squatting question, and thst 1 take it up for no party purpose of the moment, I will read to you the following extract from the rcjioit of tho committee that sat upon ihe subject in 1843, -of which I was the author, because thnt report. embodies tho sentiments 1 then held, and still entertain. This document furnishes an answer to the strictures ou tbe score of prin ciple and consistency from time to time contained in the pages of {.he.'Sydtuy Morning herald, which, however, in 18t3. au.i i«r many years after, agreed w ith m-J. Tu us runs tbe report :—?' These extensive' tracts, Imvowr'gresit as lire- their untu...

Publication Title: North Australian, Ipswich And General Advertiser, The
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THE PHILOSOPHY OF ADVERTISING. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 16 June 1857

THR PiHljOSCWRY OP ADVERTISING. {Am th* tfttBtpaper Prtu Directory for 1867.} 'There is but one way of obtaining business — pub- licity : one way if obtaining publicity— adver- tinemeats; the uew*piincr is Ihe fly wheel by wbiuh the motive power of comnierciaiiejiterprim is sustained, and money the steam by -.vliich thr advortiaiug is kept going.' — JUackaood't 1'cna wine. When Dr. Johnson wrote The Uler, he deemen the trado of advertising to bs so uuar perfection that it was not easy to propose uuy improvement 'Every man,' ha observes, 'now knows a ie;id\ metbotl of informing the public sll that be cksini to buy or sell, whether his wares be mate rijil or in tellectual — whether he makes clothes or teaches th. mathematics— whether he be a tutor that wuuts i. pupil, or a pupil that wants a tutor.' If this wen. tiie case in the learned Doctor's days, bow much more is it so at tbe present, for tbe media through which advertisements mny be circulutud are greatly increased j and althoug...

Publication Title: North Australian, Ipswich And General Advertiser, The
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IMMIGRATION AND THE LAND SYSTEM. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 16 June 1857

IMMIGRATION AND THE LAND SVSTKM. Our correspondent « Theta ' is perfectly right — there is bo close a connection betwpcti the land ques tion and tlie matter of immigration tlint His impoo,. ! nlblo with anv fairness to dcftl vtiih tlinn sew.ratelr. i Iinmi-;ration lias much tu do with tlte squattinp «ystom, fjr it is only from this clnss 'tlsat jisstnral labour can be rocruJtcti. And lictwepn the s'quattinj* anil land riles' systems' there is the closet possible alliance. If tho immigration nystrtn thorefore be wrong, it will HCCMRRrily vitiftte the la?sd system ; and -if the livnd system, iii cither of its branches, be wrong, it will call for A sy/i^pm of initiiigration at variance with sound principle, in fact, hitherto, eioh part, and the whole combination, liavo been wrong, and hence the Onpros:ieroi;s issnci nnd the j lenitive tnlsiwy, that have como out ovr tha combina tion. The only riplit and healthy sort of hnmi^rat:on tinder Government control is tliot which holds out Snrf...

Publication Title: North Australian, Ipswich And General Advertiser, The
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THIRD DAY.-THURSDAY. JUNE llth. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 16 June 1857

THIRD DAY.— THUUSDAY. JUNE 11th. This being the last day of the races, the atten dance was larger than that on the two previous oc casions, and we noticed tin iiifluk of visitors from Brisbane, including the captains of the vessels noir .Ijjing in the harbour, who .Appeared -o eujoy th( apart very much. This -day's racing was invested Avith more than ordinary excitcnu'iit, owing to tin announcement that the owner of Nawbold, had nc tually betted £50 to £40 that he would distance (Sine Bonnet in the first tiaat for t?io Publican's Purse, which but few among the sporting fraternity con sidered to be a safe wager. The result, linwevw. .proved that Mr. .Sullivan's confidence iu Kewbold was uot misplaced, for tbcnoble animal accomplished the feat apparently with Jhe greateet ease. Tarn PetiuOAHB' Vcruk of Forty Pounds, for horws carrying weight for uge ;? lie-U twioe round, Mr. J. Sullivan's ttrivbold '.'.. ? ..;. ... 1 1 - „ F. Ivory's BliieRannet., .^ .- . ? ...j|JJ dts. ., A. Macaliij...

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THE EDINBURGH REVIEW. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 16 June 1857

TBW EDINBURGH REVIEW. The new number of the Edinburgh contains mi a&Bstal number of papers of interest. It opens *ith» reriew of Mr. Frescott's and Mr. Motley's historical treatment of the character of Philip II., and follows it after » brief interval with a highly ?ulQgistio critique of Mr. Macauley's last two volumes. ' ' Articles on the conditions and charac teristics of' Human Longevity;' and on the «tato of manners fa France under the Directorate, may be named *a furnishing the lighter reading of the num ber.* The law of Husband and Wife, and the defects of Railway Legislation, afford topics for reflection of a store practical sort, while anothtr' on the ques tion of* reviving the English Convocation will be particularly interesting to a large class of church men. A notice of Mr. Ferguson's recent handbook of arebltMtare carries us into the region of the Arts, and one on the Persian quarrel supplied the polities of the Review. Leaving all these, at least for the present...

Publication Title: North Australian, Ipswich And General Advertiser, The
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VICTORIA. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 16 June 1857

VICTORIA, T!jp. Legislative Assembly met on Tuesday. purKijant to atljournment, on the 28th April last. There were about, sixty members pro H?nt. Tho re-elfcred miuistei-s and Mr. (Juarlcrraan, the uew member for the Murray, look (he oatlia and their seats. Mr. Miul.i gave notice of a motion declaring tho erpedi ency of di«c:intinuiug Slate aid to religion from tho yenr 1859, and proposing a re-distri tuition of the grant during the iuterval ; and asking leave to iutroduca n bill to give offoct to tho resolution. The Oro^i LauuV Bill \7as read a first time. Mr. M Cuiloch theu. proceo-ljd to ex[-lain i he steps he had taken with reference to the formation of the ministry. No fic's bojoud those already patent to the public transpired. Mr. O'Shauuassy gave a somewhat different version of the correspondejice th.it patssad with himself. He denied thnt he had ever 'held on any hopes' of his joining the Administra tion, and said he had. never boon informed of one of the visits paid to his ...

Publication Title: North Australian, Ipswich And General Advertiser, The
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THE BRITISH PARLIAMENT APPROACHING DISSOLUTION. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 16 June 1857

THE BRITISH PARLIAMENT APPROACHING DISSOLUTION. The London Ttltgrqph of the Silst March makes the following announcement : — ' Tlie House of Commons had an exceptional «it limr on Saturday at one o'clock, when a. bill founded on the recent resolution of the House, granting a retiring pcusiou of £4000 per annum to the Speaker was brought in aud read a first time. The Mutiny Bill and the Marine Mutiny Bill were read a second time. In answer to appeals, the Chancellor of the Exchequer promised, if the opportunity were afforded, to nwutroiiucc next session tbe Saviugs' Banks' Bill, which had been withdraw u in consequence of the approaching dissolution. There appears to be no absolute certainty at prc seut uu to Uie date ol the approaching dissolution. 1'hc '.Jotl) aud '27th iiistaut have been mentioned &s probable, but the present state of public business jos within the last few days raised an inference that the necessary work of Purliamcnt cannot be oom jdeted till some days l...

Publication Title: North Australian, Ipswich And General Advertiser, The
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Darling Downs, May 3Oth, 1857. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 16 June 1857

Darling Downs, May 30th, 1857. Sin,— Permit me, through tba medium of your columns, to make' known a most disgraceful scene that took place on the Coiidarnine River, *ih which the Clerk of the Bench at Pulby figuwd most pro A lamentable accident' occurred at this t-lace a short time since to a man named William. Hallett, who was drowned between Jimbour Woolshed and Wana Warra, whilst crossing a creek and endea vouring to supply tis family, w.itaj-atteraa.,. Ho.Jeft a wife and five small, children to deplore liisun^ timely end. and nearly destitute, sNotice of this unfortunate occurrence was. immediately given to the Clerk of tho aench.at Dalby, sb&rtly after the corpse of tho dpcojujed .was found, ; .when -tiiat funcS idonary,j?iartpd from Hie village, apcompanied by Dr. Swifte, ^R;, ana^e man whb own© for them. Tue fonncr, howeror, was flbJdrUnk »t the time that he fellfroiu bJ9?bome three times. ina.feelngunable to proaeed,; stayed for iUenightatTa blidka* camp, from wbenc...

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BRITISH POLITICS. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 16 June 1857

BRITISII POLITICS. From the Morning Chronicle.) The Ministerial partisans, it seems, are determined that there shall he a '? Coalition,' in spite of nil evidence to the contrary. It is the lato speech of the Enrl of Derby, so straightforward and manly in its admissions and its denials, that has worked them up to this resolve. Finding that the 'cry' with which Lord Palnieiston is going to the country has proved a failure, inasmuch as the common sense of the people revolted against the transparent impos ture — tho most iiuscrupulous of tho Noble Viscount's parasites in the -daily press have laid on a fresh layer of calumny, upon a principle well known to calumniators. It is not very much to the credit of Earl Granville that he should have been the fulge man of these persons. His speech on Monday night, after the emphatic disclaimer offered by theEwl of Derby, was a violation of the Parliamentary cour tesies, and a profanation of the House of Lords to a mere hustings purposes. To misre...

Publication Title: North Australian, Ipswich And General Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
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