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THE POST OFFICE. SUGGESTIONS TO THE PUBLIC. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 14 July 1857

THE POST OFFICE. SUGQKSTIOKS TO THE PUHLIC. Tt cannot be too strongly or frequently impressed on the public, thnt a correct knowledge of, and com pliance with, the postal regulations U absolutely necessary, if they wish to avoid inconvenience. The experience of the Post Office Department proves that much of the inconvenience sustained, and complained of by the public, is owing to the postnl regulation!) not being complied with. These regulations, it should he borne in mind, are framed solely with a view to accommodate the public, there being uo regulation that does not either tend directly to the public benefit, by affording facilities in ob taining or posting letters or newspapers, or indi rectly by enabling the officers of the department to perform tbe duties connected with their transmis sion in tlic most rapid and accurate manner. The regulations for the guidance of the Post Office department are printed and promulgated as exten sively as possible, and any information or explana...

Publication Title: North Australian, Ipswich And General Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
SELECT POETRY. THE CHINESE BOY. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 14 July 1857

SELECT POETBY. THE CHINESE BOY. The Chinese Boy to th« war u gone, lu the Honce of Lords to floor 'em, HU friend TeVe sword he has giriled on, And bin potlid set before him. *? Land of Tea, said tbe noble lord, ' For f Mice though Justice pays tbee. On* peer at least, without reward. Shall back, defend, and praise thee.' The Champion failed— his attempt was Tain, But ambition won't knock under ; Hell up and at 'cm yet again. With a roar of empty thunder. And say, ' No stain shall sully me, No dodge of factious knavery, 1 fight, the chief of the pnre and free, With disinterested bravery .' — Pwich.

Publication Title: North Australian, Ipswich And General Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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COLONIAL EXTRACTS. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 14 July 1857

COLONIAL EXTRACTS, (From the Latest Papers.) New Sourir Wales Beef. — Some very fine samples of fat cattle have been exhibiting at Burl and Co.'s Repository, Pitt Street* for the last few days. They consisted of three choioe cows, weighing iu the gross ahout 2600 lbs., the largest beinir t*.stim atari ni. fUimit 1000 U». They were bred, reared, and fattened at M udgce, by Robert Lowe, Esq., and are grass-fed, never having tasted d.ry food until on their .road down. They were sold by auction by Mr. Burt, aud realised upwards of £45. Mr, Atkinson, of Liver pool, purchased one; Mr. Pierce, of Liverpool, bought another ; and Mr. Chuter, of Hunter, bought the third. The best fetched £17; the second best, £15 6s. ; and the third, £13. They were pure-bred Durham, and altogether splendid samples of whit our oountry can produce by natural means. Two bullocks owned by Mr. Lowe have arrived in town ; they are to be seen in Grant's Livery Stables, Pitt Street ; they, too, are splendid animals, ...

Publication Title: North Australian, Ipswich And General Advertiser, The
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BRITISH INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 14 July 1857

BRITISH INTELLIGENCE. Messrs. Richmond and Chandler, the eminent engineers and agricultural implement makers of Manchester and Liverpool, are now manufacturing a variety of implements fur Australia, mnnnmi which are many useful inventions calculated to meet with Rmiurnl approval in the advancing state of colonial agriculture. Nothing can bu more im portant to the cultivator than nn economical system if husbandry, atjnice adapted to meet the exigencies ?f the times, the requirements of an increasing population, and the* progress of civilisation. A. meeting of about 300 woolcomhers was held in Jroft Street school, Bradford, Yorkshire, recently, *-- consider the best means by which tbe remnant of ♦his poor mid distressed class of operatives might emigrate cither to Australia -ir to Canada. After -ome discussion^ it was resolved to form an emigra tion society among themselves, mid by their own ifforts, sided, it is hoped, by sympathising friends, create a fund which, as it increases, sh...

Publication Title: North Australian, Ipswich And General Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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FOREIGN NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 14 July 1857

FOREIGN NEWS. The following closes our epitome of news by the June mail : — A Bayonne newspaper has the following strange paragraph : — ' A man, still in the flower of his age. and appearing to Buffer from a severe wound, arrived in this town a few days ago, by the steamer from Santandcr : he was accompanied by an old Malay servant, of a copper-coloured complexion. The ap pearance of the two was very singular, and the master seemed a prey to extreme sadness. After a very short stay, they both went to a village in the environs, tyherethe master is to be cured of a wound which he has received. It appears from a Spanish journal that this personage, who is a M. E. deG ? , «f French descent, but born at Madras, recently 'fought a duel in the neighbourhood of Bsntander . with 8ir Harry S ? , an officer of the fleet of the East India 'Company, and that he killed his adver ' «&ry on the' spot, but was severely wounded himself. It appears, also, that at the time of the opium war agai...

Publication Title: North Australian, Ipswich And General Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE NORTH AUSTRALIAN. IPSWICH. TUESDAY, JULY 14, 1857. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 14 July 1857

THE NORTH AUSTRALIAN. rrswreir, Tuesday, july 14, issr. ? ^ ? The adjourned i-ublic meeting of the inhabit ants hold ou tiie 2nd instant, a full report of which appeared in our last, was a respectable and influential one, and its proceedings were alike important and satisfactory. There were also tnauy persons not residents of the town, but who have n, considerable stake iu the dis trict, present on the occasion, and who cordial]}' agreed both with the letter and the spirit of the resolutions passed at the meeting. The business was conducted in a practical manner, and was got through with complete uua nimity, and to the satisfaction of all parties. There was no unnecessary speech-making, and no unnecessary display ; but those who did 6peak proved that they were in earnest, and the zealous interest they took in the important subject before the meeting well deserves, and, we are convinced, in the end will obtain, success. There appeared to be but one opinion with respect to the necessi...

Publication Title: North Australian, Ipswich And General Advertiser, The
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LOCAL AND DOMESTIC. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 14 July 1857

LOCAL AND DOMESTIC. New Implications. — The first number of the Month, a new journal of literature, science, and art. came to hand by the last mail. This work is edited by Mr. Frank Fowler, a gentloinan who has gained considerable celebrity in Sydney as a leotui'or, and a writer for the Pross. Tho new periodical opens with au excellent article on « Art Educaliou in Aus tralia,' having for Its object the enooiiragPineut and cultivation of high art in the colony. The writer proposes that there shall be established in every municipal town in the oolouy, possessing a me chanics' institute, and, ii| connection therewith, a Professorship of Painting and Drawing (including Design), open to all portions of good character, and that certain prizes shall he awarded once a year. We shall like to see tho scheme carried out at once, but it is greatly to bo feared that £ s. and d. (as they have always hitherto done) will bo the grand obstacle to success, It is also questionable whether the oolany ...

Publication Title: North Australian, Ipswich And General Advertiser, The
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SYDNEY. Sydney 7th July, 1857. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 14 July 1857

SYDNEY. [FBOM OUU COltBBSPONDEKT.] Sydney, 7th July, 1857. Commercial affairs in 'Sydney are assuming a brighter aspect than for some time past ; and as thu fine weather is every day ameliorating the condition of the roads, there will shortly be an increasing demand for good* in the interior, and those which, have been stopped in their progress by the floods will be forwarded to tbeir. respective destinations. Flour is still on the advance, the stock on hand being comparatively low. And few fregh exports reported. Sugar maiutAiug a high price. Yesterday, Messrs. Frith and Payton sold at auction the remainder of the cargo of augars ex L'Lmperatriu Eugenie : dark Mauritius, £34 12s. 6d. to £40; ordinary counter, £42 2s. 6d.; light ditto, £50 5s.; Cossipore with drawn at £50. The arrivals yestisrday were the John Augusta and the Mathilde, from Liverpool ; the Magnet, from the United States, with 6000 barrels flour and the Fanny Fisher, from Mauritius, with 180 tons sugar. The Governor-...

Publication Title: North Australian, Ipswich And General Advertiser, The
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WARWICK. Warwick, July 7. 1857. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 14 July 1857

WARWICK, [FBQM OVK COURESPONDEDT.] Warwick, July T, 185T. A public meeting wu held at the Court House to day, and a memorial to the ColonialmSecrctary agreed to for the appointment of a resident magis- trate, to dispense the duo administration of Justice, a neglect of whioh has been long felt, and U is hoped promote the welfare and prosperity not only of this town and its immediate neighbourhood, but the en* tire district. A sound lawyer, combining the liberals ity of au English gentleman, would very soon uproot the many and grievous evils which have no long existed under the present system, besides influencing head-quarters in a Judicious outlay of the public money in opening out the resources of the land roads', bridges, cuttings, embankments (where re quired) i those primitive accessories to wealth com fort and plenty, instead of reducing the population too often to ftunine prices for their daily supplies. Much was anticipated from the promised influence of pur representative Mr....

Publication Title: North Australian, Ipswich And General Advertiser, The
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PRODUCE CIRCULARS. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 14 July 1857

PRODUCE i TOmtiiJLAi&SV Tbe arrivals of *woolthis week hare been prlnci tally from the nortb, and several well-known brands tyvij.iijjpearafl, and where they ha»e been foryale, tither privately sor by auction, the prises have been n favour of the sollers. There is a copd demand ?r wool of all fiestyipHonB, and woedMhy 'ba noted firmei'.tbau the past two weejd. '' TalloW.— Tho arrivals have T^enJIttrge,' conBtst ig ptjn£jpt)jy~ of'b^Ef; 270 ca((kg;Wcrc catalogued, it sellers' Mve)iot in all oftse* tnet the market, ing unwilling to' accejit let* flian 48s. for beef ..here tha packmgei iufe beep first-rate ; beef, in hjgsheads, realised 46s. Mutton Tallow.— One lot, sold to the trade, £54 15s. per ton, tUe only other! one was brought in at £55, bnt part was quitted privately after the sale at that figure. The bulk of this season's boilinp has arrived, and tUero will tie a great falling oflfm the quantity shipped during the season 1857 compared with 1856. Sheepskins are in deman...

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TITLE DEEDS READY FOR DELIVERY. Surveyor-General's Office. Sydney, 16th June, 1857. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 14 July 1857

TITLIJ DEEDS KEADY 1?OB pBlTlTEBt: Surv-yor.0Qnefars Office. aydiiey* tflth June, 186T. The Doeas specified in this list being teady for delivery, on. payment of the authorised fee (to tho grantees or their agents duly empowered), it is re quested thaf early application uiny bo made for them at this ofljee, Authorities must bear the signature of the grantees, attested by a magistrate.1 ' Parties applying Tor Deeds are parlicuWrly re* quested to state the numbers placed against thoia they may require, . {5&0RGE BABNBY.! Surveyor-General. CtttfBCBiLfc, , ' John Armstrong, 82a, 3r,; John Chamber*. 52a, 2r. ; John Dobikin. 31a. lr. 20p. ; John Ferret, 5V-a., 55a. 2r. ; James Hear, 62a. 2r. \ jatnes, Kingsford, 40a.; Hugh Maokey, 35a. 2r,,- Aloft and taidley, 167a. tr., 161a,, IX3a., J 85a. lr,; James Stead, «a. 3r., 42a. 2r. ; James Macintosh, 2 of 8a. each ; Johu ai'LucaB, 80a. 2r.; Patrick tfoonan,- $0a, 26p.- 67a» Jr.; P. O'Sullivan, lla. Ir. Sip.; WiUianfPatrick, 33a. 2r. 16...

Publication Title: North Australian, Ipswich And General Advertiser, The
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COBDEN'S CAPABILITY. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 14 July 1857

C0BDEN'S CAPABILITY. Tons— ' Britith Sailor* have a Knack.' Richard Cobdea has a knack, Talk away, Yeh-o»-boys ! Of hauline down the Union Jaek, Assailed by any foe, boys. . , , Come Pope, come Czar, -come Savage — why I know not, still his best ho'U try To make old England's colours lie 'In degradation low, boys. Bichard Cobden is at sea, Talk away, Teb-o, boys '. Upon foreign policy, A thing he doesn't know, boys. When he thus has got afloat , An old simile to quote. He's like a bear on board a boat ; What you call no go, boys. Bichard Cobden runs ashore. Talk away, Yeh-o. boys ! Richard then becomes a bore, Troublesome and slow, boys. Bichard Cobden, be -content In your proper element, That of a commercial gent, To Devilsdust and Co., boys. — Hid.

Publication Title: North Australian, Ipswich And General Advertiser, The
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DRAYTON. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 14 July 1857

DllAYTO.N. (FROM OIIU CaUUEKPONDEKT,) At the Police Oflloo, Uray'on. on the 17th ultimo, before R. Kuinsay and .hinici Tsylor, ftgqrs., J.P.. Mark M'Oarthy appeared on suinninng to answer h complaint preferred against him bv one Kdward Keys, for a breach of the Cuttle Act. Mr. Oxenham appeared on bchalt'of the complainant. That gen tleman having stated his client's ease in a very clear and able manner, called upon Edward Keys. th« complainant, whn, being duly sworn, stated that he owned a chestnut mare branded W on the off shoulder and FO on near shoulder, the soid horse having boon lent by him to one Teagle a short time since. Witness stated that Teagle had never re turned her; but that he subsequently saw her in M'Carthy's possession ; had asked defendant to give the mar; up, which was refused; also, that he had never parted with his right and interest to the said horse. Michael Fogarty sworn, stated that he gave up possession of the horse to M'flnrthy by order of thu acting chief...

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LETTERS TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 14 July 1857

LETTBRS TO THE EDITOR. The Editor fpinhei it to be understood, that while t*try reasonable latitude witl be allowed, he dots not identify bimttlf with the opinionn cxprencd in the correspond ence pitbliikcd in ihit Journal, All letters which appear under thit heading art written by pdrtitt ««r tirdjf unconnected teilh the management -Jtht Ihper Biti, — Noticing in yntir paper, of the 80th of June, a reply to the letter signed H. by James Hall, where ho tries to clear liimsolj' and 6* the udiutn upon other shoulders. The facts are these (and whioh it is listless for him to deny, there he'ing so many witnesses present at tlie tiino), that he came to. the woolshed on the following morning after leaving Dalby ii) a com plete state of intoxication, and covered with mud, through fulling from h)s horse and laying in a black's camp ; and, without tying up his horse, lie staggered into the hut, where U|o widow happened to be at the times, and commenced asking her for the CnvuiK lory of her g...

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

THE NORTH AUSTRALIAN ; is published tvery' Tuesday morning, and forwarded to country subscribers by that day's mail. t ' - 'I ?? '; ? ' : Teems: Per iquarteT, in advance /. . . 6s. Cd. Per quarter, -credit ....»,.. Tb. 6d. Single number, sixpence. The Quarters will termi nate on the 31rit March, 30th June, 80th Septem ber, and 31st December, at which periods only can resignation be received. No orders for withdrawal will l*e stteuHed to unless given'in: writing. New subscribers will be charged from the date of com mencing their subscription: - ' - Advertisements will 'be charged at the rate of ???? -? ' '' :'-; ':: ' 8. d. ' ? Two lines.. ....;.r..v;.;1;i'.i. 1 0' ? ? ? '? Four- ?,, .!.':.. '.:^.'....i-;.:...-.v !2. O ''.-? :Six- ?„ '.?,.'i, -..??..- .'.,,.\i.-.i-.-v.i.* !?«,???«?? . Eight,, ? ,....,.....'..U S 0 ? : ? ' Every additional inch ;.;.....- 1 : © ? - : The 'number -of insertions must be written on each advertisement, or they will be continued until coun termanded, and ch...

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

DALBY. [FBOM 0UB OORBBSPONDEMT.] J«i»f 7th.— I have tfje ploosare to inform you that we have,nt la»U.somc chance of being relieved from our pant And present state of starvation, the weather having cleared op, presenting to our view a beautiful clear sky, with plenty of : frost to dry up those long inundated plains': numbers of drayn well laden with that precious artlole, the staff -of life, are fast approaching our township, gladdening the hopes of many. : ? ' . Already things are assuming a very different state ,to what we appeared dootned to for the many past months, and I trust that, should the weather keep fine, we may soon rejoice by our firesides, and say. with pleasure, that we inhabit a land that flows with milk and honey, as it manifested itself on Monday morning last, some, of our worthy townspeople having entered the honey-moon. I must certainly say this week eotnmencea1 with far more pleasing, and business-like aspects, than has been experienced in MiJi locality for mont...

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

GAS! GAS!! GAS!!* Gas-light in every Establishment, for the bare coat of the Apparatus, by tho means of Fawcett'i Improved Patent Gas Apparatus. Mb. B. FAWCETT, Civil Engineer, T3EQS to inform his numerous friend* and the JOU-^ubli«,4Uiatiie4i«« -folly completed his GAS APPABATU5 at the Commercial Hotel, South Brisbane, with the most complete success, and is now prepared to make similar works for the Light ings Gentlemen's Mansions, and Inland Establish ments, 'Manufactories, Hotels, Uailway Stations, and public cajlVorkB for towns. Tim Apparatus is proved to produce more gas from a ton of coal than any other, i«d can, be so arranged In its erection that the poking of an Establishment from 5 to DOS people, cat) be effected without expense, no fuel being required beyond that used in making the gas. Particulars as to price, «ke, scientific merit, &c, and the most satisfactory reference, mill be given by applying to die Patentee. ' Ma. B. FAWCETT, Sddtu finisruNE, Moreton Bay. ...

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

From the Stud of BEesst si F. and F. Bigge. ^ The Thoroughbred ENTIRE »J^^_^_ COLT VICEROY, by Sailor WjS^ButW (imported), out »f Queen Mab, » ♦ t™ JV7 Sailor by the Sea, out of Rebecca, ?^?BHSndP10- -Queen Mab by Associate (im ported), Sailor is sire of Mariner, winner of the Col lingwood Stake*, at Liverpool, in 1857. And of Sailor who ran second at the Trial Stakes, at Home, bush, in 1867. Viceroy is a dark Bay, with black 'Tp^io* SSffiBFlI. BOWMAN, Moupt Brisbane. July 1st, 1857. Notice. NO MARES will be taken to Sailor during the ensuing season. WILLIAM M. BOWMAN. Mount Brisbane, July 1st, 1857. For Sale, A FEW GOOD HACKS, by the imported Arab Horse Abraham, out of choice Mares. Apply to WILLIAM M. BOWMAN, Mount Brisbane. July 1st, 1857. 950 Sheep for Sale. EDWARD LORD HAS received instructions to Sell by Public Auction, at DRAYTON. on FRIDAY next, the 17t!i instant, at 12 o'Olock, noon, 9oO SHEEP, of the following ages, via: — 700 Young Breeding Ewes 100 Ewe Lambs 100 Wether L...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 14 July 1857

TO ADVERTUERS. It is respectfully requested, that Advertisements he sent in not later than C o'Clock, Monday Even ing, end that, the KCHBEtt of inskrtioss be'written on each Advertisement, or they will be continued until countermanded, and charged accordingly.

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 — 14 July 1857

SKIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVAL. July 10. — Boomerang, steamer, 400 tons. Henry O'Reilly, from Sydney. July 7th, Newcastle, July 9th. Passengers — Mr. II. C. Allport, Mr. J. Swan son, S. Scott, and 10 in the steerage. IMPORTS. ? Yarra Yarra: 10 bags potatoes, Ahem; 4 packages. Aifnius; I p.-irciii. liunnett; I parcel, 2 boxes, Runic New Brmtli Wales ; 2 packages. Brown ; 1 case. Brook; 77 bigs flour. J caek wine, 10 hogsheads brandy. Hartley ; I parcel, Bnyncs ; 23 packages, 1 hogshead sugar, Uraclccr ; » hags salt, 1 keg vinegar. 6 hogshwids sugar, 40 bags flour, 9 packages. Duck ley ; 1 parerl. Ralfour; 6 packages, Bnylttnu'; 2 trunks, Bourne; 1 parcel. Customs; 1'box, Gollirtfl; 1 chain. Carter; 1 do.. Connolly ; 1 eltse, Clarke; 6 bundles, Cuirucrogs; 34 packages,' 10 bags rice. Cribh d Fontc; 21 wheels, Cnmpbuil; 1 box. Rhs worth: 2 cuse6. Forbes; 1 do., Orabitn; 1 da. Ore^son; 1 do.. Griffin; 18 bags sugar, 48 bugp flour, '20 dfi. snli. 2R package*, W. Gray & Co.; 41 |M...

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