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LETTERS TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 16 June 1857

JITTERS TO ?ffiiJa)iTOfL Tlit EdiUr-tfohei'it ^&'*m'rf«rrtoW,'rtW#/«J2« cwry ' TeatpitubltlatUudtvm biaUBveil, hiioa nltidinWu MmWv-iththeopinicm*^zprdst4in'ilh^mip6nS- tnce publithed-iUiihii JourntU; mi-ttitervWiUK appear under thif.m^mg^tri-tenUenoy'puriUI'mi'' * lirely unconnectcdwithUhe management Xjj the 1'dper.J Si«,— rtiotice that, in the Free Prat of the 3rd instant, the correspondent of -tbat paper at Drayton a rites a pompous and uumeaning letter, intended jsttiusibly to Justify *otne stricturel made by him ? ' ; '' - ? ' - ??'?'?;...._..,.,..? at th« time of the inquest ou tue.body,of tjifl HAfan tunftto woman Teaglo, but In reality' to «ridcavour to attract the attention of (be public, and to write himself into a kind of busli-lawyer-like -notoriety among his friunds at Dray ton Swamp. I thought tltat I bad Hiiffioiently castigated the impudence and iinpertinenoo of this -scribe in -your paper, some three months ago ; but I bob that the reptile ha» revived again ...

Publication Title: North Australian, Ipswich And General Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 16 June 1857

SYDNEY. Postal Refohm. — Major Christie, the Postmaster Generalt leaves Sydney to-day by the Simla stcatner, to meet at Melbourne delegates from the sister colonies, who ore deputed to enquire into, and report upon, the bunt means of improving the postal com munication of the colonies with England. The' delegates will also at (lie same concurrence take into consideration the stats of inter-colonial postage, with a view to meet more promptly the requirements of commerce, and the general convenience of the public. — Empire, May 25. Bank Eobbbrt. — A robbery «-f a very extensive nature bos, within the last few days, bsen commit ted at the Commercial Dank in (jeorgo Street. It appears that on counting the notes, on opening the bank on Monday morning, a large deficiency was found in the number acknowledged by the cashier on Saturday afternoon. The deficiency amounts to no less a mini than £llo8O, the notes being those of the Commercial Bank aud all of large amounts. The fact of the money...

Publication Title: North Australian, Ipswich And General Advertiser, The
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SECOND DAY.-WEDNESDAY, JUNE 10th. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 16 June 1857

SECOND DAY.— WEDNESDAY, JUNE 10th. The second day's races are usually rather dull affairs ; but such was not the case on the present occasion. The attendance was about the same as on the previous day, and tho weather was all. that could be desired. Hcrdi-B Rape of Twenty -five Pounds ; three times round the course ; over nine leaps, 8 ft. 6 in. Mr. J. Sullivan's Faugh-a-ballagh ? 1 „ J. BIDonald's Squeers ? 2 „ C. Smith's Tom Thumb ? dr. Faugh took the lead at a rattling pace to a few lengths from the hurdles, when Squeers had the honour of taking the first leap which he got over very neatly, followed by Faugh, who then resumed the first place end took ajl the other leaps in a most admirable fashion. Squeers also behaved most credi tably, never hesitating, but clearing all the leaps without touching the hurdles, except during the third time round, when he struck them with his hind fett, but was cloverly sawd from falling by his jockey (Taafe). Faugh canu: in a winner by tibom lialf ...

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

. THE NORTH AUSTRALIAN is published every Xtosday momingt and forwarded to country subscribers by that day's mail. Tcbhs: Per quarter, in advance .... 6s. 6d. Per quarter, credit ? 78,69. Single number, sixpence; The Quarters Will termi nate on tb» 81st March; 30th June, 30th Septem ber, and 31st December, at which periods only con resignation be received. . Ho orders for withdrawal will be attended, to unless given ia writing, Nev subscribers will be charged from the date of com mencing their eub^ription. . Advertisements -mfl be charged at the rate of s. d. Twolbes.... ? ? 1 0 Four „ ,.....: ? g 0 Sis: .« ? ,.. 2 6 Eight,. .:..; ? 3 0 K very additional inch ........ 10 The number of insertions must be written on each advertisement, or they will be continued until coun termanded; and charged accordingly. All Orders and Communications to be gent to tlie Editos, or to Messrs. & J. aud A. O. Bats, sole Proprietors, Nooth AusxEAi-iAJt. Office, East Street, Ipswich. ??? . ? - - ...

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LOCAL AND DOMESTIC. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 16 June 1857

LOCAL AND DOMESTIC. HnsACH Op TBS Pbace.— Yesterday, at the Police Office, a woman named Crnbb was 'brought before : the Bench, charged with using offensive aud abusive lancuace towards Ann Tomlisson on the 24th ultimo. at Town Marie boiling establishment. It appeared ; from the complainant's statement, that Mrs. Crabb ? had frequently threatened to do her some bodily;1 harm, aud as she was apprehensive of future violence, requested the Bench to bind her over to keep the peace. The magistrates, however, considering that it was a mere squabble between the two women, and that there were faults on both sides, dismissed the case. Match fob £100 a Side.— On Friday morning last, the long expected match for £100 a side between Mr. W.Kent,jun.'s Cannon-ball and Mr. A.Weiaholt's horse. Bolivar, came off on the race-course at the appointed hour. The match excited great interest and the company comprised nearly all the sporting gentlemen, and others of the right sort, at p'resent in town. Cann...

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

ANNUAL RACES. The North Australian Race Meeting; commenced on Tuesday, and was concluded on Thursday last under much more favourable auspices than were an*. ticipatcd. The season for so long a period had beon so exceedingly bad for racing that the turfites begnn to deBpair of witnessing anything liko good sport, owing to the state of the course, which at one time' during the training of the horses was little better than a quagmire, Fortunately, however, the week before the raees came off, dry westerly winds pre vailed, which with a bright sun absorbed a good deal of the- superabundant moisture, and hardened the ground considerably, so that on the first dav of the racing the course was in a better condition than was generally expected. Bad, however, was the best : and it won remarked by many persons well ac quainted with racing matters that they never law a course in worse condition; It was not only full of holes at least a foot in depth and nneven, but the eastern side was in some p...

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

MISCELLANEA. Tub Last Movbkts or tbe litb CtAtt.— Dr. Mandt, the physician who Attended the late Czar Nicholas in his last ttlnese, has published a circum stantial account of the elbsino seenm nf thn mn. narch's lift. At ten minutes past three {says the doctor) he asked me. .after I had mentioned tbe nasno of bis father's confessor, ' Must I tben die f ' I answered, ' Yes, Sire.** Not a muscle of his face moved — not the least quickening of pulsation. ' How,' said he, can you find courage thus to doom me; to death— to tell me so in my lace V 'Sire/* said I, ' by so doing, I fulfil a promise made to you a year and a half ago; the moment of which you then fpnke to me, alas! has come; moreover, I1 thJi« ful6l a duty to she Emperor. Tou have several ' hours to live— you are iu full possession of your faculties, and c*n direct them at your will— at least Ifceliere so. Lastly, sire. I love you, and this is not tb» moment to «xic«»! the truth, which I am mire you can bear to hear.' His cou...

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

TO THE INHABITANTS OF IPSWICH. FBLtow-ToWBsMBH,— I find the money voted -j Parliament is not forthcoming tor repairing of our streets, and Colonel Gray told me this day that he wrote to Captain Wickhaih, the GovernmentResi dent, on the 4th instant, and up to this date had received no reply.. Does not this look very like the old tune over again,— -cold toaterto the inhabitants of Ipswich. ' The bridge at Little Ipswich seems to suare the same fate* aud the throe-mile creek Is still worse. Mr. Roberts collected 'money on the 3rd of February, to complete that bridge, and unto this day it remains Just about in tba same^tato oi_projfrcs- sion; and he is carrying on bridges betwixt Bris bane and Ipswich where 'not a dray or a horse goes to and fro for one in a thousand that goes on the Drayton toad. ' ;- - - - ? ....„- It is my opinion that the inhabitants of IpBwich and the Murrounding district should call a piiblio meeting and have the whole of thes* matters Inves tigated without delay,...

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

Presbyterian Burying Ground. 4 COLLECTION will be made at the SCOTS' r JlV. CHURCH, Ipswich, on SABBATH next, 21st ? Instant, for putting the Presbyterian Burying Ground £ *t Ipswich, in 'a suite of decent repair, when the n Rev, Dr. Nelion will preach a sermon on * 41 The Mutual Recoomtioh -w Fbieshs aftee Death.' The Service will begin at Eleven o'clock, fore- - ttoon, and the Collection will be made at the Church -door, both on entering and retiring. Scots* Church, Ipswich, 1 lofli June, 1867. - ? . — _^ ? _i* ? ? ? t WILLEY &. ROSS, J ' Tailors ana Outfitters, East Street, Ipswich, Next door to Mr. Gorry, Saddler. Horse Sale, AT THE -QUEEN'S ARMS' HOTEL, This Day. at 12 o'Clock. - ? . i SCOTT & Co. I HA VlS received instructions' from James Laiiley , ' Esq., to Dispose of by Public Sale, ft few . really tflhpice | SADDLE AND DRAUGHT HOUSES. Terms, -Cash. ] :. - p, , . ' i ? '.?*'. Valuable Town Property, i Situated at tfte corner of Brisbane and Ellenborough ' St...

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

On *h« tod instant, at Taabtag* tb» wife of 0. B Haly,&Mi,'6faaQhf*naheir. - ?.??-)'? ..-.-?? ? On*e«hin»t.,.*thMre«I4enoe, Bigge'sCamp ©r*jr*t»Boad, Mrs., John Moran, of a son. , ?» APONTAGUE HOUSE, 2, Church Hill, Sydney, JrJL Prirftt* Boarding &MJ- liabunt, for famine! and Gentlemen, . For lionflon,..^ , , ToAail about the 1st July. ^ 1 ; „ £l^ ' Th» Al Clipper-Ship, GREAT BRT mHL .* rdiW, 600 tons, W. M. Wilson, Coni VBjH9(ft. ? mander, is now prepared to receive Tal jHR|iijp low, Wool* *«., at -the Wharfi, in Bris* «4asn» 'bane. Having a great portion of her cargo engaged will meet with quick despatch. Tbia vessel has superior cabin accommodation, and from her known sailing qualities offers an eligible oppor tunity to passengers. '*^ - ? - ? HXtbs or Fmhjbt :— ForWooll... ? : ? Id. W ft. Tallow ? 70s. $ Ton. For freight, or passage, apply to GEO, RAFF & Go. Brisbane, 2nd May, 18G7. . Reduction of 25 $ Cent, in the Ratt$ of Premium on Country ititkt. THE ...

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

LATEST INTELLIGENCE. By way of Melbourne six daj'8* later news haB bceu received from England by the ship Norfolk. The intelligence was brought to Brisbane by the Mary (/rant, and is extracted iroui the Cornier.

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 — 16 June 1857

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVAL. June 12. — Mary Grant, sclioonur, 150 tons, Copt. Deunett, from Sydutty. DEPARTURE. June 10. — Yarra Yarrn, steamer, HOO ton*. Cspt. Bell, for Sydney. Passengers— Kuv. Mr. Viiller, Mr. A'. C. Hood, Mr. W. H. Yttldwin, Mr. M 'Donald. Miss Isabella M'Donald, Miss Mury M-Uumild, Mi. T. Pugh, Mr. Morriset, Mr. li. V. H.isstll, Mr. Isaacs, Mrs. Isaacs, Mrs. Wright, Mrs. Scutt, Mis* M'Donald, Mr. W. Handcouk, Mr. J. R. Tunuier, and thirty -at Yen in the steerage. ? ' CLKAItAKCE. Juno 13.~Gasehuund, barque, 401) tons, Captain Allison,, fur London, Passengers— Sir. iduuos, Airs. Isaacs, Miss Isaacs, and Mrs. Allison. EXPORTS. Yarra Yarra : 9B bales wool, Atkinson & Stephens , H do., Stirling & Baker; 20 do., Spearing; la do. Lester; 10 do., Marshall & Deuulmr; V do., Fecz; IS do., Isaac; I do., 137 hides, 76 bundles sheep skins, 4 hbil*. tiillow, G. 11. Wilson & Co. ; 1 parcel, Bonn ; 1 case. Milner ; 1 do., Kilner; 30 casks ta...

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MISCELLANEA. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 23 June 1857

MISCELLANEA. CnrwoLra ATfittTutLttBiES.— The great ball at the Tuileries last week went off with the greatest ;;lat. and is considered to have been the bast and most spirited entertainments which has be--n (liven it the palace ever since the reign of Louis Pbllllppe. tfuoh amusement was afforded at 4he ball by the determined opposition made to crinoline by the gentlemen.' : The officers -of. the Dragoons of the bine and those of the Cent Garde* are said to have entered into a league for the defeat -of the monster, being resolute in their determination to banish it rrom the faoe of the earth; while the fair sex, with that gentle obstinacy which characterises their manner of obtaining their will, are swelling ont ?nore and more, in silent resistance equally deter mined on baffling their opponents. At the bull at the Tniieries. fur instance, the progress of criuo line whs i Mpeded by every possible means. Doftra were blocked np now and then by a large party of malicious eaters, who^snd...

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PUNCH. A BACHELOR-TAX. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 23 June 1857

HJNCH. A BACHELOR-TAX. a W*. Fcron,— I rerr widom read the jmm»« , except the marriage* and the mnrfor*. the birth* md the accident* : but in this dreadful time of Henrc ea, and understanding that the. Chancellor of the Exchequer has hjs finger in evprybodv's cuddy. I. was, ''iducen to read something ubo .t what is caliod a' deputation,— thinking it might, affect tlie black aud greea. Well, the tea-pot was not at alt touched ipon ; and not a Word about the massacre that if foing on in Canton, which, sending up tea a* it does, brings home the horrors of war to everybody's fine dde. But there wan a subject upon which, «» an unmarried woman, I feel Very Htrongly— I allude to bachelor*. For myself, I feel if I was a man I should -ie ashamed of myself to be a baohelor. It'ti moan uid cowardly, and altogether sneaking a Way from that position to which, there can be no doubt of it* Providence from the first intended to call you. 'Therefore, what I read at the deputation pleased me mightily...

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THE READER. 'Gentle Reader."—G. P. R. JAMES. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 23 June 1857

THE READER. 'Gentle Reader. '~G. P. R. James. ( From the Ma) Ifuutber of the Illustrated Journal bj Australasia.) That tho production of a newspaper requires the employment of various agencies, both mental and mechauicul, i* obvious enough. That some de|iart inent mav ba filled bv individuals who share Itoth these characteristics .may Iw. readily surmised. That among those latter will be found a useful fiincffruary., volept a 'Reader.' is what we are now about to btt forth to the iutclligunt perusers of this journal. I am a 'reader' — not t*e 'constant reader,' who is always writing letters to newspapers, and seems born to perpetual grievances, and to live in a state of chronic discontent. No, I don't write : writing is a distinct department, and calls for tbe exercise oi a higher order of intelligence. On the other hand, tbe writer may be very inapt at reading ; reading re quires the possession of a certain amount of digital dexterity, and optical acutuness, which a writer of abili...

Publication Title: North Australian, Ipswich And General Advertiser, The
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AUSTRALIAN SECURITIES. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 23 June 1857

AUSTRALIAN SECURITIES. The latest quotations of Australian Bank Stock i were: — Australasia, OS to 9a; English, Scottish, mid Australian Chartered, 17J to 13 : London Char- , tered Uank of Australia, 18 J to 19; Ditto Nuw, 18| to 19; New South Wales. 48 to 50 ; Oriuntal Dauk . Corporation. 39 to 40; Union of Australia, 56 to 58; ditto New, 7 to 8. MonMOK Poltg.vmy.— The following interesting statistic* of Mormon polygamy are given by a cor respondent of the San Franchco Herald, who writes from Utah hs follows : — ' As it may be a matter of interest to the Gentile world to know bow fast. our people are in Utah territory, I will give you briefly a list of the standing among the women members of the last Legislature, that is. their names and the number of their wives, to wit;— Of the members of the Council, thirteen persnus, — Ilnber C. Kiinball, President of Council ? 57 Daniel H. Velta, Councilman, cross-eyed ? 19 Albert Carrington. cripple and near bighted . ... 24 Orson Pratt, crip...

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WOOL AND TALLOW. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 23 June 1857

WOOL AND TALLOW. Tbe first scries of wool sales for the present year terminated on the 18th of March. At the opening prices advanced upon last November rates from 2d. to 2id. per lb., and for superior flocks even as much as 3d ; but after the first six or seven days sale, when the divisiun in the House of Commons caused the approaching dissolution of Parliament, buyers concluded that trade would be checked iu conse quence, and a reaction to the extent of ltd. to 2d. per tb. took place, and which has not been recovered. There was very little new wool, but what has ar rived was extremely well got up, and realised high and satisfuotory prices. Cape wools huve again commanded much attention, and maintain their high character. Kast India also improved about Id. on lower qualities, and IJd. per lb. upon fine de scriptions, upon last November quotations. The tallow market had been in an uncertain stCte. The report states that Y. C. tallow, for delivery this month, has advanced from 60s. to...

Publication Title: North Australian, Ipswich And General Advertiser, The
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THE NORTH AUSTRALIAN. IPSWICH, TUESDAY, JUNE 23, 1857. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 23 June 1857

THE NORTH AUSTRALIAN. IPSWICH. TUESDAY, JUlfE 23. 1W7. Public interest in tbe proceedings of the local authorities who have lately becu entrusted with the management of the various works sanctioned by Parliament, aud the initiation and progress of which have been partly re tarded by the bad weather and by the want of money — the Colonial- rRBA8UBKB not having remitted the required amount to the Govern ment-Resident— seems to increase every day, aud in all probability will continue to excite attention until the Executive shall have com plied with our just and reasonable demands. So many months have been devoted to pre paration of plans, and so much valuable time has been wasted in consequence of the delay in Bending the public money to the district, that the inhabitants are now getting nervously anxious to see the state of affairs changed, either by Boms action on the part of the Board of Works, or on the part of those who are so deeply interested in thoir measures. We have frequentl...

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GREAT STORM IN DUBLIN. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 23 June 1857

GREAT STORM IN DUBLIN. The freeman states that on Friday night and Saturday morning. March 20th. and 21st, Dublin was visited bv a storm, which for violence and duration bus not been equalled since the winter of 1849. A considerable amount of damage of a miscellaneous character was done, but we aid not hear of any marine disaster. At Kilmainham Gaol a distressing accident occurred. A violent gust of wind prostra ted the chimney of the Governor's apartment, aud the immense mass of brick-work crushed through the roof aud fell into the bed-room underneath, where Mrs. Alison, the wife of the Governor, happening to be at the time, suffered the most serious injuries. The Lemeriek Chronicle states that during the same night und morning that city was visited by a storm of such fury as has not been experienced for many years past. It commenced from nortb-west about three o'clock p.m., and 8 wept through the streets with violence until about 8 o'clock, when it might be said to have reached it...

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THE MAIL BY THE EUROPEAN. NEWS TO APRIL 17th. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 23 June 1857

THE MAIL- ? ' BY THE EUROPEAN. NEWS TO APRIL 17th. By the arrival of the Yarra Yarra, yesterday, we have boeu favoured by Captain Bell and Mr. Gill with Sydney papers to the 17th inst They contain the news received bv the Euro pean mail ship of the 10th April, and readers will find the most important items of intelli gence subjoined : — THE LAST DAY OF THE OLD PARLIAMENT. IToobs of Lords, Makch 21. Their Lordships met at 2 o'clock for the purpose of proroguing Parliament, pretlous to the dissolu tion. The Royal Commissioners were — the Lord Chan cellor, Earl GrAnville, the Marquis of Breadalliane, the Earl of Harrowby, andjxtrd Stanley of Aldarley. There vras a numerous attendance of peeresses, who occupied seats in tbe body of the House, but there was only a very slender attendance of peers. Lord Panmure and the Dnfee of Argyll were the only members of the government present, in addition to the Royal Commissioners. Ferouk Khan, the Persian Ambassador, and his saite, occupied seat* ...

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