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FRANCE. CLOSING OF THE INDUSTRIAL EXHIBITION. Paris, Thursday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 12 February 1856
FRANCE. CLOSING OF TUB INDUSTBIAI, EXH1BITIOH. ? PariB, Thursday Evenino-. The Industrial Exhibition was this day closed, with great ceremonial, by the Emperor in person. The Duke of Cambridge was present, and assisted in the proceedings of the day, which passed off with the utmost enthusiasm. Prince Napoleon, as Pre sident of the Imperial Commissioners, read ana presented.an address to the Emperor on the occa sion. The Emperor replied,. and expressed the satisfaction he felt in the .success- which had at tended the Exhibition. .Referring to the position of ' European affaire, his Majesty remarked, that the war had originated only with its provokers.and asserted that Europe must pronounce for or against the Allies,' in order to bring about a satisfactory and lasting peace. Public opinion insured a victory,; and he invited those foreigners who were now about; to return' to their homes to say to their feUowcoun, trymen that France sympathised with all who were desirous of witnessing t...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 12 February 1856
V-.-V ?*? .''??**;?' 'teems;' -? ,; , _ .??.-;; . . , The Nobth AusTBAUAK is published evaer* Tues day morning, and forwarded to country subscribers by that dayrs mail. ., ; , Per quarter, in advance ? 6s. 6d. ; w ./ Per quarter, credit , ? ,. 7s. 6d. Sjngle number, sixpence. . The Quarters will termi nate on the 81st March, SOth June,' JlOth Septem ber, and 31st December, at which periods only can resignation be received; No orders for withdrawal will be attended to unless given in writing. New subscribers will be charged from the date of com mencing their subscription. Advertisements will be charged at die rate of -.-??.? ? ?.- ??? -? ?? ??- ?? ?«.- id. J ???? Two lines... ? .,......:..; 1 O''-.- Four „ », ? ...v ? ....i. . 2- !-J;-. ? ? ??? Six ,i ;......... .....I.;., 35 6 Eight,,:..,.. ? .....j... 8 0.: Every additional inch . . ; . . . ; . 1 ? 0; :- : The number of insertions mug*, be written 'on each, advertisement, or they will be oohtinued vutll coun termanded, and charged ...
THE SCRAP-BOOK COLUMN. NOVEL MODE OF ELECTIONEERING. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 12 February 1856
THE SCRAP-BOOK COLUMN. NOVEL MODE Of ELECTIONEERING. The election for the borough of M — - was close at band ; there were two candidates in the. field whose influence were so nearly balanced that a neck and neck contest was expected. Under thesecir cumstances every vote was of consequence; the utmost exertion was used by the friends of both candidates to draw strangers out of their opponent's ranks. Among the staunch supporters of Sir John B- — , the Tory candidate, was an irritable old captain, who had threatened to set the house dog on any one wbo might come to ask him for his vote for a Liberal. The morning before the election the old captain was working ,in his. little garden, when he perceived a strange gentleman whistling along the ''Ah! how d'ye do, captain? Nice growing morn-, ing ; peas coming up nicely, I see,' said the strangerr as he drew near. ?Si beg your pardon, sir, but I really don't remem ber having the honour of your acquaintance; may I be permitted to inquire you...
NOVEMBER WOOL SALES. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 12 February 1856
NOVEMBER WOOL SALES. Sale by ChkiOes Jaconiband Son, 5th November. ' Ex Washington Irving, from Sydpey: BH,9 bales at 20|d., 6 at 20d., 4 at 20,d., 7 at 2XM., 1 at 17d., 1 damtoedatlSM.; Y, 19at 18d., flat ]7W.5black and Skin atl2di, 4 locks at 12d. ; AB over A, 10 baleiscoUredatlQd.I/M^soouredUmbjatlflia.; P with two commas over, 8 scoured at led.; 8 wish tvo coVhrnM over, 6 wonred skin at ]6jKL ; Wwith two commas ever, 4 seonred at lCd.; RR, 9 bale* grease at Bid., 16 ditto at 9d., 6 greasy two sorb &t«ld.VI-B, 10«reai*at8&d.-, DB over ti, I grease at 8|d». 1 ditto part locks at*)., 1 ditto mixed at7d- ; B. 8 pweat fjd. ;.H wltJbl^pn^tb. IS.Ww'j* 22td., 1 damwed at 20W., 18 at 21,3. ; P. J.Tigolt, 28 bales si 20d., 16 at 19,d., 2 locks at 18jd. -, C over McK. In diamond, 15 ba|e««ta9|d4 6 ataOd.; GJE, 1 atl^ji, l.partbjackat 18^ ,8 *andr«hed at jBdi.Sd^^Hoid^ptSseftitlto. ? ^ , ExSedtia, f^mSy^ey.-'W, 7balesat 19Jd-, 6 ? atl9d.,«atlBH-, 4sTlo4vw;, 8atl9d,;DT, 7 H, ...
SPIRIT OF THE PRESS. THE TRIAL AND CONVICTION OF PAUL. STRAHAN, AND BATES. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 12 February 1856
SPIRIT OF THE PRESS. THE TRIAL AND CONVICTION OF PAUL, STRAHAN, AND BATES. (From the Times, November.) The cause of public justice and commercial morality has at length been fully and completely vindicated by the trial, conviction, and sentence of Sir John Dean Paul and his partners, Messrs. Strahan and Bates. Against the first of the three the evidence was of a nature quite overwhelming, and nothing was left to his counsel but to urge technical objections in his favour. Against the other two the evidence rested rather on general pre- sumptions and probabilities, but these proved also too strong to be overborne, and no one who has perused the trial will, we think, doubt that Strahan and Bates were accomplices in the acts of Sir J. D. Paul, and therefore justly subjected to the same condemnation. The fact that they were partners, all carrying on the same business, and actively en- gaged in it,— their access to the books of the firm, &nbsp; which it was their duty to make them...
SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 12 February 1856
SHfPPING INTELLIGEN€E. ARRIVAL &nbsp; February 3.— John C??sar, from Hambugh, Moller, With 248 immigrants . Henry Buckley, agent. February 4.— Don Juan, schooner. I50 tons, Lindo , from Sydney, 24th ultimo' &nbsp; &nbsp; February 9 Boomerang , steamer, 400 tons , Capt. O'Reilly, from Sydney February 5, and Newcastle February 7. Passengers— Mr. ,and Mrs. D. F. Roberts, children, and servant; Captain Towns, Mr. &nbsp; A. Macarthur and servant, Messrs. Lethbridge. W. Parkins, E. Derrington, Pettigrew, E C Davies, E. Lord, G. Davidson, C: J. Boyds, T. L. M. Prior. Mrs. Gilm, Master Sheridan, 8 in the steerage, 4 prisoners, and 1 constable. DEPARTURES. February 4. — Sable Chief, schooner, 100 tons, Lake, for Port Curtis. Passengers— Captain O'Connell and lady and two servants, Mr. Carlo O'Connell and servant, and 19 in the steerage. February 6. — Shamrock, steamer, 860 tons. Paterson, for Sydney. Passengers— Mr. Cardew, Mr. G. &nbsp; Sandeman, Mr G...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 12 February 1856
STEAMERS BREMBB AND HAWK. ^a»3X Ths undersigned beg to notify that ?fiPnftuft,-^ fney «'* prepared to receive WOOL, WMMtfMi^' &c- for transmission to Brisbane, or *WI tfi11 'ml sJ^ney« either by Steamer or Sailing Vessel, at rates ? as low as those charged by any other party. .. THOS. BOYLAND & Co.. Agents vob B&bkbb and Hawk. -Ipswich, Oct. 18th, 1855. THE NORTH AUSTRALIAN PRINTING OFFICE, i East Street, Ipswich. : E. J. &. A. 0. BATS BEG- to announce -to. the Inhabitants of Ipswich, and the Moreton Bay district generally, that they arc prepared to print ? ? CARDS, CIRCULARS, BILL-HEADS, ' and every description of tmall type Jobbing at reasonable prices, with neatness and despatch. Just Published, A LIST OP THE OVERLAND AND UP COUNTRY MAILS FOR 1856. Price Three-pence; Aiso Masters' and Servants' Agreement Forms on Sale. HAZE^LTON'S SUPERIOR DAGUERREOTYPE PORTRAITS Taken Daily, at Moderate Prices. DRUGS AND APOTHECARIES- WARE. PER 'FORTUNE.' fT^HE un...
PUNCH. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 19 February 1856
PUNCH. The TtETOTAL Toast-Book.— Though there is nothing very jovial in the idea of total abstinence, and it h difficult to get much jollity out of a pump, we do not see why the Teetotallers should not adopt he practice of giving ' sentiments ' when they brink, and thus realising the popular combination »f Toast-and- Water. We subjoia a few specimens, vhich will be found suitable to those aqueous asso ciations, whose members seem to look upon die mrden-engine as the only really moral engine, and lie water-cart as the only vehicle of progress. A light heart and a heavy water-jug. May ewers always be mine, and ours be ewers. May the pump always give ns it* succonr. May the pitcher of strength never want tbe water if purity. The noblest works of man— tbe water-works. The pump— the only true source of legitimate liquid. May Borrow find a watery grave. A -fig for iny friend, and a pond for my pitcher. Confusion to, the donkey who stops up (by getting Ub foot into) the plug-hole. A full w...
GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 19 February 1856
GENERAL NEWS. It appears that, notwithstanding her scruples, MdUe. Rachel has consented to sing tbe ' Mar seillaise fiyrau ' in New York, and the theatre has been ' crammed to suffocation ' accordingly. Seats were soia oy speculators toreigutand ten dollars. The following is the portrait of Mdile. Rachel singing the Marseillaise, as given by one of the New York papers : — ' Imagine a pale, beautiful woman, quiver ing with excitement, clasping tbe tricolour in her nervous band, and crouched in weakness beneath its sacred folds. Imagine this woman delivering a wori-pictare. Every suggestion of the language is reflected in her countenance, or visibly telegraphed by her hands. Imagine this in connexion with the words of the ' Marseillaise,' and you have tbe best idea we can give you of tlic performance. Mdlle. Rachel sings the music of the hymn thoroughly. The1 effort appeared to cost her some labour, which at times it was almost painful to witness.' Another says:— 'A hoarse voice, brok...
INCIDENTS OF THE WAR. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 19 February 1856
IXCIDFATS OF THE WAE. Thv.Fbf.nch a.xiiUu86Ia.s Po8mo\s. — ThoFrcnch, by a. recent move, have Borne close to tho Russian positions at Albat and Airgul ; there, tf at all, ttun RiiNKi.iDK must make their stand. . Acoordin? to tho accounts one hearts, the BnssianR liave 13 iniimtry divisions opposite to our lines, one which guards the fortifications on the north plateau, and two nt tbe first rnkurmwin lighthori&c, whose camp can jbe plainly seen with the naked eye ; two others clisfii tmteu on the MnulceiiKl* ridge; and cl^Iit wlimh ttiiarnthe earics of plateaux from Bakshkerai down to Aitodor, and the river-courses of tbe Ueibeic, tCatoha, and Alma'. As long as we bad not ad vanced to the Vpper Belbbk, tberc.was a kind of nautili gronnd betweeb' ns and the Rukskns, lnit WWW clo^tt'Mpon tbein. Kot' Sivla, ?wWeh is hriw in the possession of the French, U imlv ftbmit ititjo milm front Bakshiserjii. Tho Fr.-tncli posHintj, which opens so much' new gronnd, and Bllowri.ft iwtter lo...
LATER FROM HONDURAS, SEVERE EARTHQUAKE SHOCK. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 19 February 1856
LATBR FROM HONDURAS, SEVERE EARTH QUAKE SHOCK. U-hm tlte X. O. PkauuneA By the nrrival of tlie British brig Creole, Captain Robertson, from Belize, Honduras, via Ruatan, we ate in possession of Infer intelligent from Spanish Honduras. The only item of interest to our readers is tbe announcement that an cnrthqiinko was ex perienced on the 21tji ultimo, at Truxillo. It was* severe shock, throwing down several houses, and daniaging a number of atbera; the public buildings sustained- their share of injury. The inltabi$iutB. were, of course, much alarmed, and rushed into-the Ojien country. Fortunately, no lives, as far «*- is yet' known, were lost on U10 occasion. KdM roll- particulars we shall have to wait a Inter -and more direct arrival. Of the state of affairs between the Government forces and the insurgents, and of politi cal matters generally, we have nothing later by the Creole than what lias already been received. '? ' ?'
TURKEY. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 19 February 1856
TURKEY. The Jourdmu, whose arrival at Marseilles OtaSat urday we announced in a supplementary edition on Saturday, bring? news from Constantinople to the 1st instant. We leam that fifty vessels laden with corn, and coming from ports in the Sea of Azoff and Che Black Sea, had passed through the Bosphnrus. - The intelligence from tlie Crimea is to the 27th ultimo. Eight thousand men belonging to the Im perial Guard will return to Franee. , The Russians have erected new batteries' near Billoqnet, but with no effect. The fire of the allied batteries against the northern fort*, and that of the latter against Sebastopol is Tery warm. ? ? The accounts from Asia confirm Hie intelligence already received of tbe march of Omar PacTia in Moogrelia.
ANOTHER FEARFUL GALE. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 19 February 1856
ANOTHER FEARFUL GALE. (from the Time*, November 6.) The whole extent of the east coast between Harwich and Cromer was on Saturday visited by another most destructive storm, and the havoc among the shipping has been truly enormous. It is some years since snen an amount ot destruction was witnessed, and, to add to the calamity, many crews have perished. The south-west gales of the early part of last week having moderated about Wednesday or Thursday, a large fleet of coasters, bound northward, which had sought shelter in the various ports, took advantage of the favourable weather and proceeded to their destination*. They were mostly colliers, in ballast, bound to theTyne, Hartlepool, Sunderland, gas., and altogether formed a fleet of between 800 and 400 sail. The gale which told with snch fearful consequences upon diem commenced early on Saturday morning. The wind, which had been blowing rather squally from the north-west, suddenly chopped round to the. east-south-east, from which quar...
PRUSSIA. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 19 February 1856
PRUSSIA. Advices dated Berlin, November 9th, state that the lost order for a fresh levy is exciting terror and indignation throughout the nobility, and nil above tho serf, in Russia. This feeling is increased by the arrival of fugitives from the Crbntta and ytht southern provinces. The appearance ot the allied fleets in the estuary of tlie Bug and Dnieper 'caused the same terror as at Odessa. The authorities al lowcd the inhabitants to retreat into the interior, and even furnished them with the means. A part o' the population Ivft Uhurson as soon as tlwy icarnt the fall of Kinburu, and the government offices have been removed to Elizabetgrad. New fortifications are daily springing up at Nicoluieff, under tbe direc tion of General Todtleben. The force at Kherson has been so increased that tbe communication be tween that place and Pcrckop is thought to lie: out of danger.
FRANCE. Paris, November 12th. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 19 February 1856
FRANCE. Paris. November 12th. Some diplomatic changes have just taken place ; bat they are not of muck importance. The prin cipal is tbe nomination of Baron Bronier to Naples In tbe room of M. DulAcour, appointed to the Council of State; tbe others are Count do Montossny from Florence to Frankfort in the room of M. de Talleney. resigned ; Prince de Liitour d'Auvergne, from Wei mar to Florence, and Viscount des Meloiees Frcsnoy to Weimar. ? ♦ The Amitetfrnotineg that the return of tlte neutral vessels allowed to enter the Sea of A toff, bad been fixed for tho 20th of this month, as after that dato there is danger of their being caught in the ice; also, dint after the 80th no more will be allowed to enter that sea. The telegraph informs us that the Russian official account of the unsuccessful assnult on Kars, ac knowledges that the Russian loss was 6517 killed a&d wounded, and that amongst thorn were lour generals, eight colonels, and ten majors. At Havre, during tho week endi...
THE NORTH AUSTRALIAN. IPSWICH, TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 19, 1856. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 19 February 1856
THE NORTH AUSTRALIAN. IPSWICH, TUESDAY, FEBRUARYS, 1856. BeristoK Cotot.— The revision of the electoral lists for the Stanley Boroughs and the County of Stanley took place on Friday last, the Magistrates on the Bench being H. Buckley, W. A. Duncan, and J. Brewster, Esqrs. The names of two voters were erased from the borough list — one having left the town, and the other being of unsound mind. Only one erasure was made in the county list, and the name of a claimant was inserted. The result of the revision is a reduction of the total number of electors by tat — there being now 1093 names upon the roll. — M. B. Fret Prtn, 12th inst. Presuming that the foregoing is a correct report of. what transpired at the Revision Court in Brisbane, we learn that Mr. Buckley, who had previously announced his intention of offering himself as a Candidate for the representation of the Stanley Boroughs, has taken part in his magisterial capacity in the revision of the electoral roll, thereby disquali fyi...