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

TASMANIA. The new mimst^y have all been re-elected, notwithstanding the ?tv*nupus opposition ma nifested. Address,s| are. in, course of signa- j ture from various cppBtituqnaies, expressing sympathy and assurance of earnest support to the ministry.' Parliament was to s&eet in a fjw dajfl. ';?' The day t}ppqint$d. for .thq celebration qf the) aunivoraary of her Majesty'* birthday wob kept as a general holiday, both iu Hobart Town and LaunceSton. ,„ A phonpmeupn of, rather rare. occurrence in countries distant from the pole was seen at La RocheUe- (ftf^t wedfcy. - About ttiWG o'clopk :in tftS, djiy. t*fee fitibv'ivppeared ifli^tlie heavens, plftoed in llie sahrt'.'line, the real. one iu'thfl centre. — Hobart Town Advertiser, May 26. Goi-d in Liunoi^ton.— It is somewhat re markable that whilst reoent explorations should have felled in discovering largo depoait« of gold, an aooiilontnl discovery bhould still fur ther ^strengthen the belief that the general clJanJoterof the ftoun...

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

SARDINIA. The Chamber of Deputies has granted a credit of five millions of francs for the fortifications of Allessandria. The ill-feeling between Austria and Sardinia has brought matters so near a rupture, that it is reported the Austrian Government has ordered tbe suspen- sion of the works on the railway that was to unite Milan with the Sardinian system.

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

A Team of 13 Working BoUook*. SCOTT & Co. HAVE reotived Instruction! to Sell by Pobltc . Auction, *t GORDON'S Old Litest Stamjcs, «n THURSDAY, the 25th JUNE, ?t 12 o'clock, treaUytfrot-rateTEAMoTBULLOCKS, thoronghly brokon-in and quiet; with Dr»y, Bowa, Yokes, and Chains somplete. These Bullocks are not raw, young Cattle, bat We been at work for the laat 12 months at ltwt. - Terms, Cub. IMPORTANT LAND SALE. SCOTT & Co. HATE been favoured with fastractioas from James Gibbon, Esq., to Sell by Public AuoUon, at their Booms, Bell Street, On WEDNESDAY. 1st JULY, at 11 o'clock, TJw undermentioned choice «----! valntble TOWN ALLOTMENTS, Jbnaffg a bloek of land -at the janetion of Thorn and Mortimer Streets, and beautifully suited for bnilding pnrpose* : Ho. 1 Allotment, nation 29, corner of Mortimer and Brisbane Streets. No. 2 Allotment, section SO, frontage to Brisbane Street of 1 chain, depth 2 «hain«. Mo. 8 Allotment, section 29, fronts** to Brisbane Street of 1 ehain, b...

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INNER LIFE OF THE HOUSE OF COMMONS. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 7 July 1857

INNER LIFE OF THE I1OUSE OF COMMONS. ? The House is £ut dwindling awar, and probably before our paper apjteara. wilUiavr wholly vanUhed. On Monday evening, when Sir, Fiutroy Kelly was enforeiitfftae claim* of our old fritmd. tWNutvub ol Swat, there were but sevcu members pru^eut»tnolu. ding the Speaker. We have therefore no events tp record— excepting, indeed, the appearance of Mr George Hudson onco more may be considered om worth noticing. The turn. Member hasbeen* jsent the whole of this session a»d the last; but on Hon. day ho onee again made his appoaranee iu Ihe Lobby, weut into, the House, and shook hands with the Speaker.' It is his intention again' to present him self . to the electors of Suqderland, and report Bays that he is likely to be returned. It is true he has not for the 'last two sessions done much in the way of representing this Interests of his constituents in Parliament; but this neglect will probably ba for given, a»d set against his splendid achievements in for...

Publication Title: North Australian, Ipswich And General Advertiser, The
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BREACH OF PROMISE OF MARRIAGE. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 7 July 1857

BREACH OF PROMISE OF MARRIAGE. Miss Jane Bell is a milliner in somewhat exten Bive business at Sunderland, Mr. John Jackson is a miller residing in that town. Mr. Jackson paid court to Miss Bell for a lone time : and. aeeordihir to the testimony of witnesses in the action for breach of promise which we are now reporting, the couple seemed to proceed in a mauner which indicated ap proaching matrimony. However, there came an end to ali this; and hence the fiction, which ehleBy rested upon certain poetical letters, which, consider ing the age of the lovers (plaintiff thirty-four and defendant thirty) created some laughter in the over crowded court.' The first letter containod an invitation to a party, in this wise : — *' I wish you wood com back and stay for I hav been quite sad ever since you went away The loss of you I deplore for I never fell in with your caqucl before. — J. J.' ' I am going up tho Town tonight to practice for the Ball I wish you had been here to go wit]) me for wit...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 7 July 1857

; ?: . th& iton$r 4trs?RAr,tAtr ip published every Tiiesday morning, and forwarded to .country subscribors by that day's mail, ? ??? ' ?? .- .'.'? :i .v Terms:: Per quarter, in ad vanoe .... 6s. fid. Per quarter; credit ? 7s. 6d. tpswJbri : Printed and published by Buiroxo Jorar ? BaJ» aiul. Abthou Chasucs HfctS. sole Pro *rieto«,a!tt4ie Office of -the' Ne&ra Jlvmualux, ^itJSt^t;Tw«4a/.July7,lW. . ? '.

Publication Title: North Australian, Ipswich And General Advertiser, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 7 July 1857

TO ADVERTISERS. It is respectfully requested, that Advertisemonls he sent in not lvter than 6 o'Clock, Monday Even ing, and that the hdudbr of ihsertions be written on each Advertisement, or they will be continued until countermanded, and charged accordingly.

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LETTERS TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 7 July 1857

LETTERS TO THE EDITOR, Tht E'lilor withr.t il to 6c uti'hrsiond, that. while tteryi rta-ionahU latitude trill htaUowrd, he dot* tiol iofeji-(/y himf.fl/ irith (he opinion* txprassed iu the. corrtsponij tnct published in thii Jvunial. All letters which appear under ihit heading are written by parties en tirely unconnected with the management ofthe 1'apcry Sib,— I observe in your last punll«£Hon^tb*tth# correspondent of the 'Free J'reti denies the oprreeU ness of my statement respecting his presence at die scene described by him in connection with the pri loner Teagle's case. , ? J - I beg that you will afford me space sufficient to reiterate my assertion that he wot not present; and that I defy 'him to produce one single credible wit ness of his presence, either at -the time of the hoop* burning, or in any portion of the Jioreton:Bfty dis trict at the time. ? ?-?_.:' ;:.-.:-i::r.» As to his parrying on a correspondence withismo in Latin, I beg to decline the honour, either ji11 Engli...

Publication Title: North Australian, Ipswich And General Advertiser, The
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THE NORTH AUSTRALIAN. IPSWICH, TUESDAY, JULY 7, 1857. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 7 July 1857

THE NORTH AUSTRALIAN. fPSWrcif, TUESDAY, JULY 7, 1S67. Wb have refrained from expressing any opinion regarding the proceedings which have lately taken place in Brisbane, in reference to the contemplated resignation of Mr. Holt, because it appeared to us from the fact of the meeting of hiH supporters having beeu called on Monday week, the day before the issue of this journal, that it was a ruse to prevent the Ipswich electors from takiugany part in them, as the time wits too short to admit of their paving the slightest attention to the subject proposed for their consideration. The ruse, however, failed in its object, and the result of the meeting must convince Mr. Holt of the necessity for the immediate resignation of the trust confided to him, and which lie has so grossly abused. We were as much disgust ed with the mode of eliciting public opinion adopted by some of his agents as any one could possibly be, and we were determined to watch their proceedings narrowly, considering that ...

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SYDNEY. July 1. 1857. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 7 July 1857

SYDNEY. (noil ORE COBftXSFOHDKKT.) July 1. 1867. Several ships from England, with cargoes of general merchandize, have arrived within the lo«t few days. Their cargoes will be thrown upon a market already over-supplied with (roods, and greatly depressed in consequence of the late floods in the interior having nearly .put a stop to land carriage. Even where transit has been practicable, the coat of car riage has been so enormous that only the most urgent necessity would justify or repay the outlay. 1 wns informed by a merchant a few days ftgo, that his firm had paid £40 per ton for carrying goods about 200 miles, thereby, in most articles, ob In the cose of sugar, doubling the price to the consumer. (By a railwajy In England, the coBt would be about £1 for double the distance.) It is a remarkable circumstance, that while Vortions of the interior liave been deluged, and a vRst amount of property bos been destroyed, other parts, separated by no great distance, have actually folt the wan...

Publication Title: North Australian, Ipswich And General Advertiser, The
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RURAL DISTRICTS' MUNICIPAL BILL. 20 VICTORIA, 1857. A Bill 'Establishing Municipal Institutions in Country Towns and Districts. PREAMBLE. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 7 July 1857

BUBAL DISTRICTS' MUNICIPAL BILL. ??';?-' ' 50 'Victoeia, 1867. A BUI for 'Bttablithing Municipal Tnititutioni in Country Town* and Dittrictt. PREAMBLE. Whereas it may be found expedient to establish -K«nteipal Institutions in cerUiu country towrm and «t»trfoU of New South Wales: Be it therefore smacted by the Quoen's Most Excellent Majesty, by -«nd wftb the consent 01 toe legislative ^ounyu »nu {jegislative Assembly of New South Wales, in Par liament ^assembled, aud by the authority of the same, -.(?? follow.-— itttnicipal Towns and Districts may be constituted. '' J '' % JU*y l«-*n now or hereafter to be established in 'Ww eolith Wales, containing a population of not ? ten than persons, and any portion of any electoral district, now or hereafter to be established, .containing an .area not exceeding square inUei, and a population of not less than persons, may, as hereinafter provided, be constituted a municipal town or a municipal district, Proclamation of Municipal Towns or Distric...

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PRODUCE CIRCULARS. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 7 July 1857

PRODUCE OrROULAES. There have been n» arrivals '?$&% trefck to test the Wool maVltet, and price* *re Rafted nominally thSTrtroe^The^Sleil iola^QBaf *fere principally the *l6ari6g-Hp'dlof« from' -*4rT&iis'*tMiftriB. ' Only part of the New 5Jiiftland*«S*tila£ued Iftd Irrived; that, however, which was Bold, brought satisfactory prices. Tallow.— The market for home consumption is firmer, and may he quoted 1b. to Is. 6d. per cwt. higher. The trade huing bare of stock, and the ascertained fact that no mutton tallow can arrive from the boiling establishments for some time to come, has caused this advauco. No transactions for shipment. Sheepskins are wanted, and prices firm. A small Jot of washed skius from New Zealand realised Is. 2d. per lb. Hidus have not reached such figures as formerly, and parties arc unwilling to purchase, ns freights have advanced, and the vessels on the berth must ' be detained for some time to come. Stock and Stations.— Some large stations are unde...

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SUPREME COURT. In Banco. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 7 July 1857

SUritESlE COURT. Tn Banco. The third term of the Court commenced po JJpn. day lust, mid during the week a few motion* hfrvo been argued before -bis Honor Judge Milford, sjtt|ng in batiop. (Jji Tuesday , in, the case of Jobnntone aud another t-i Roberts, a duinurrur to the defendant's ploa was argued beUeuu Mr. Priug, for the plain tiffs, and Mr. if. JUilfbrd, for the defendant. Jlis ljonor delivered the following judgment yesterday: The declaration consists of two counts, the fii st, with which I have alone to deal, alleges a special agreement whereby the plaintiffs agreed with 'the defendant to build a bridge for him over the KJver Breiuer, and for cause of notion they allege that they wero prevented by the defendant from complet ing it. The second count is for a compensation for work, labour, and materials furnished by the plain tiffs to the defendant. : ,.;:3 .To the first count tbc defendant haa pleaded what he considers to amount to a rccision of the cbntjact on the part of the...

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LOCAL AND DOMESTIC. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 7 July 1857

LOCAL AND DOMESTIC. Perquisites op Offioe. — The following notice ap peared in tho Government Qazetlint the 23rd ultimo : ' It having been recently brought under the notice of the Government that, in gomo instances, the Regulation prohibiting the receipt ot money by Clerks of Petty Sessions, or others, as perquisites or gratuities, is not duly observed, the attention (if Heads of Departments. Police Magistrates, and the Benches of Magistrates, is called to the Circular Letter issued from this departineut on the subject, on the 30th November, 1850, by which it will be perceived that no Person in the Public Service is permitted to receive, at any time or place, for his own use or advantage, any perquisite or gratuity whatsoever, for any service directly or indirectly connected with the duties of his office, even though such service may have been performed at his private resilience ana aueromce uuuro. Man Drowsed.— At the Police Office, on Wednes day, an inquest was held on view of the...

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVAL. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 7 July 1857

SHlPPlNGr INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVAL. June 28.— Sarah Ann. schooner. 160 tons. Captain Goold, from Sydnny 21st .Tun*. No pansuiigurs. ' I July fi.— Y.irm Yarrn, steamcj-, 5tW) tons, Captain WiU'iii. from Sydney. PusKcngers — Mr*. Dulu, Mr. W. Handftwk, Mrs. Carter, Master T'utts, Sir. WHultcn, Ur. Jimos Murk, Mi. Rdfcnson. Mr. W. Hunter, Miss Iluldswortli, and 1* in the steerage. DEPARTURES. June 27.— Mary Gr-int, sdimtncr. f1»pUin Bennett, feir Wydtniy. I'ussRiigers— Mr. Wotid. Juno 2*8.— Albion, schooner, l.'IO tons, for Fits ft«fy »uid l'»rt Curtis. July I. — W.irntiih, sti-amer, 4^0 tons, ('«))(^i)i O'Reilly, for Sydney. Passengers — Mr. J. Lcith Hay, Miss Douglass and servant, and 14 in the steerage. Jnly 2. — Don Jusm. schooner, 190 tonp. Captain Ciirphy, fur Sydney. Passengers — Mr. Rosniter. IMPORTS. Snrnh Ann: 19 bags bran. Wheeler; 40 do. flour. 1 case matches, 6 cusps pickles. 4 chests tea. Wilson & Co. ; 40 bags rice. 25 casks ale, 25 do. porter, 1 hogshead wlitsky, 2...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 7 July 1857

On July 1st ni published (nd will be conttfued MoBtbly, 48 pp. demy 8vo.}, the First Number of THE MONTH; A Joraiua or Literatcee, Cwticibh, Sciesce, JLBD ABT. Edited by Frakk Fowler. rriHE Conductors have, in this preliminary pros v^cX^^ectus, r«ry little to urge In refewuce to their forthcoming periodical. They conceive that no thoughtful individual ac quainted with the condition ana social reauireincnts XrftbU country will deny that a fine Geld lien open ' Tbclhe institution of a Literary and Critical Journal, which may have some claims to be ranked among the recognised organs of the monthly periodical literature of the British Empire. It is, in fact, somewhat surprising that the oldest of the Austra lian colonies, in a time of sreat material prosperity, with liberal »nd progressive ideas permeating the great mass of society — and with a daily accession of fresh blood and active intellect from immigration— 1 should have remained «o long unrepresented in the world of Polite Litera...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 7 July 1857

BIRTHS. On the 16th March, at 28, Cavendish Road, St. John's Wood, the wife of J. D. M'Lean, of   Westbrook. Darling Downs, of a daughter. At her residence, in Bell Street, on 25th June, Mrs. John Stafford, of a son. At We$t Maitland, on the 25tb June, the wife of the Rev. Edward Griffiths of a son, DEATHS.   Died at Ipswieb, on the 6th July, 1857, at tb- North Star Hotel, Mr, Edward La Rosiere Hughes proprietor of circus, aged 88 years, lamented by his beloved wife and relatives, and all who had known him. ' On the 6th instant, at her residence, in Mortimer Street, Mrs. .Alfred C. Bays, aged 24 years, after a short but severe illness.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 7 July 1857

To Contractors and Others. BRIDGE AT THE SBVEIf-MlLB CSEEK. rpENDEBS will be received at the Office of the JL ?' Surveyor of Roads, Ipswich, until noon o. RATIFBDAY, the 18th JULY instant, from person h wishing to contract for the eroctiouof A BRIDftB AT THKSEVBKrMILE CKFJBK. Tender* to be endorsed, ' Tenders for the Seven Mile Creek Bridge.' ' Tenders must state the time Within -which it is proposed to complete the work, and must be accom panied by a ; memorandum, signed by the person tendering, and ' two responsible persons as sureties, agreeing to be responsible for the due performance of the contract in the event of the tender being acatpted ; and that they will severally execute and deliver a Bond to her Majesty in the penal sum ol £30 for securing such performance. Plans and specifications may be seen At the Office of the Surveyor of Roads, Ipswich, betwben thr hours of 11 a.m. and 1 p.m., until Saturday, the 18tl, of July instant. FRANCIS B. ROBEKTS, 'Surveyor of Roads. Offic...

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GREAT PUBLIC MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 7 July 1857

GREAT PUBLIC MEETING, The adjourned public meeting of the inhabitants was held, pursuant to notice, at the Temporary Police Office, on Thursday evening last, for the pur pose of taking into consideration the report of the committee appointed on the 20th ultimo. Colonel Gray presided as chairman, and having briefly ex plained the objects for which they had assembled, hoped that the committee were prepared with sug gestions for the approval of the meeting. Mr. Richard Gill came forward to move the first resolution, and said the purport of it was, that if immediate steps were not taken by tho Government for the removal of the present obstructions in the rivers, tlie steamers would not be able to come within twenty or thirty miles of the town. He recollected the tiiue when only one punt was plying between the two town*. Ipswich progressed nlowly then i but no sooner bad an enterprising infill fi4dpd a steamer for the traffic, than the success of tlie town was rapid and complete. It was ...

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MISCELLANEA. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 14 July 1857

MISCELLANEA. As Eccentric Chab actor.— Tbe death of an old maiden lady, of a very eccentric character, has just taken place at St. A maud, in the department of the ttord, Frauc.-. For upwards of 20 vcars she never left her habitation, and almost every day of her lib) she passed several hours seated in a large cistern filled with water in her court yard. She 'had a pur, feet antipathy to meat, and lived ouly on fruit ami vegetables, and she made ber servant, who .whs hei; only companion, do the same. She could not eveii bear to allow any person who hid recently cHtmj meat to approach Itsr; and when it v/tn necessary for her to communicate with workmen and other* on business, she would only do bo on Fridays before 12 o'clock, on .whioh days she took . it for granted they abstained from the use of meat; likewise she wouid never receive a visit from her Jnudical adviser unless he ;were fasting. She built a sort of lower at the entrance of her court yard, and through it ad mitted her med...

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