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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 21 July 1857

Tn£.L:N8$tn'4U8TRAJ,IAlf is published *rery Tuesday morning, and forwarded to country subscriber* by that day's mail. : !;.?*? -T-i.-.Twuie: Par quarter, in advance .... Cs. Cd. Per quarter, cnedit ..*...,.. 7s. Gd. Single number, sixpence. The Quarters will termf nate on the Slit* March, 30th June, 30th Septem ber, and 31st December, at which periods only can resignation be received. No orders for withdrawal will *e; attena'ed to unless jgiven in -writing. New subscribers will, be charged from th» date of com mencing their subscViption. Advertisements will be charged at the rate of '''?' ' '''- ' s. d. T«rdlthei...i..... ? 1 0 Four „ ..:?-... ? 2 0 Bix ,,; ..?..;.;..... ? 2 C Eight ? i. ? 8 0 Bvery additibnal inch , ? , 10 The riumbcrttf -insertions must be written on each advertisement, or they wll| be continued until coun teramndedj and charged accordingly. All Oraers and Cpramunieationfl to be sent to tho Editor, or to IS; J. and A. CS^, sola Proprie tor*, NoBrHAtmT'BiiiUN Offic...

Publication Title: North Australian, Ipswich And General Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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VARIETIES. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 21 July 1857

VARIETIES. A man. pretending to be deaf and dumb, rvaa begging in Stockton, at a house where a Newfound land dog sprang out at biui. and the fellow exclaimed in an excited manner. ?? If you don't take the don awav. I'll stick him.' ' All Irish lady wrote to her lover, begging him to send her money. She added, by way of postscript, ' I am so ashamed of the request I have made in this letter, that I sent after the postman to get it back, but the servant could not overtake him.' The life of a solitary man will be certainly miser able, but not. certainly devout. TtT for Tat.— Some English officers, drinking in their tent, asked the chaplain for a toast. 'The Emperor of Russia,' siu'd the chaplain. ' What, our foe? ' said the colonel: 'You live by him,' said the chaplain. The colonel then gave ''The Devil!' ' Do you mean to insult me ?' said the chaplain. ' You live by him,' said the colonel, very coollv ; ' do you not. gonfl doctor?' Which is the longest letter in the alphabet?— O, beca...

Publication Title: North Australian, Ipswich And General Advertiser, The
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THE SORGHUM. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 21 July 1857

THE SORGHUM. ' F. M. K.' ba* addressed the following obserra-' timii'tothe Arfftif,h the farm of & litter: — -??, *' In yesterday's Xryuj there was a paragraph from' Profesg&r Bacon'a lecture, delivered fit the Medical Colluge,.Bo8ton,»statinf . that the taccharura of the1 ?mrghum is not the snme as the sugar-cane and im pnee, but like that «f .grape sugar. I. do not know how he came to this conclusion, tis iu the cultivation the nature of the changes that »«ke pluce in the sor ghum, miiht, I think, be the same as iu tlie imphee canes, nlthoujrli the latter may give a greater per eentagc of, and stronger sugar.' If Professor Bacon experimented in open vessels, without first destrov ing any anid that might be present, the result might be a* siuted, especially so if the Juice was kept any length of time ; the acid would then have increased so much as almost to destroy its granulating powers, and greatly lessen the yield of sugar. -- When the seed of tbe implies or cane...

Publication Title: North Australian, Ipswich And General Advertiser, The
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NEW ZEALAND. THE WASTE LANDS' BILL. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 21 July 1857

NEW ZEALAND. THE WASTE LANDS' BILL. The proponed waste lands' regulations of Nelson are very formidable to look at, occupying a Oatette of ten pages, and divided (nto no less than one hun dred and three clauses. The Nelton Examiner thus epitomises them : — 1.. All lands are to bo put np for sale by auction, 'after being advertised from one to three months. 2. They are to be divided into five classes, viz. — town, suburban, rural, pastoral and other, and mine ral. Rural means fit for agriculture; pastoral and other. un6t. 3. The upset price- of these lands is to be fixed by a Board, to consist of the Superintendent, the Speaker of the Provincial Council, and the Laud Commis sioner. For town and suburban lands it may be what the Board pleases ; for pastoral lands, any thing between Is. and 10b. per acre; for rural, any thing between 10*. and 20a. 4. Lands actually sold at tbe auction sale to be paid for within a month after; 10 per cent, at' time of #ale.' If longer time for payment, ...

Publication Title: North Australian, Ipswich And General Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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LATEST INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVAL OF THE MAIL-SHIP. COLUMBIAN. News to the 17th May. HER MAJESTY'S SPEECH. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 21 July 1857

LATEST INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVAL OF THE MAIL-SniP, COL UMIS I AN. News to the 17th May. HER MAJESTY'S SPEECH. The Lord Chancellor, amid tbe silence of generol expectancy, proceeded to read her Majesty's speech, which was as followB : My Lords and Gentlemen, We are commanded to iufortn you that' her Majesty has availed herself of the earliest opportunity of having recourse to your advice and assistance after the dissolution of the last Parliament ; and her Majesty trusts tha^there will be found sufficient time during the -present Session to enable you mtisfiictorily to deal with various important matter^, 'some of which had occupied the attention of ^Parliament in the beginning of this year. We are commanded by her Majesty to in ;brm you that the general aspect of ajfoks in Europe affords a well-grounded confidence in, the continuance of peace. All the main stipulations of the Treaty of Paris have been carried into execution*, and it is to be hoped that what remains to be done in regard ...

Publication Title: North Australian, Ipswich And General Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
COLONIAL EXTRACTS. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 21 July 1857

COLONIAL EXTRACTS. Tile South Australian Ekploriko Expedition. — Despatches have been received from Mr. Stephen Hack, the leader of the exploriug expedition to the north-west portion of South Australia, dated Streaky liav, 2nd Jane. The partv hod arrived at Streaky Bay on the preceding day, fourteen days after their departure from Port Lincoln. The Yatala had arrived some days before the overland partv, and bad landed all the stores find lodged them safely in the iron house. Up to this time everything went on well, and the prospects of the party were most! cheering. The horses hud held out remarkably well, and although portions of the line of route were v«ry. hare of feed, they maintained themselves in goodi condition. The watering places on the track fol lowed by the party were found to be much nearer together aud more conveniently situated than had been expected. At no place did the interval tra velled without water exceed fifteen miles, and the average was much below this distanc...

Publication Title: North Australian, Ipswich And General Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SUMMARY. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 21 July 1857

SUMMARY, (From the Home News, May 16.) The new Parliament opened fop business on the 7th May, the preliminary proceedings, including the election of Mr. Denison to the chair of the House of Cominoiis, having occupied the previous week. The roval speech was delivered by commission, It is not calculated to excite much expectation, or to afford much intimation as to the future course of ministers, It announces two or three imperfect trains of negotiation, which her Majesty trusts will be ultimately brought to a successful issue \ it refers to two treaties completed, one with Persia, and another with Denmark ; it declares that our differ ences with China still remain unadjusted, and that tlie envoy just sent will be supported by an adequate' force ; it congratulates tho country (we are happy to say with poifeet truth), on its advancing prosperity ; and communicates the intention of Government to introduce measures relating to the jurisdiction of the ecclesiastical courts, and for checki...

Publication Title: North Australian, Ipswich And General Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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BRITISH EXTRACTS. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 21 July 1857

BRITISH EXTRACTS. An Gimk.t or Intebbst,— It is stated by the, Timet that, to the other attractions of the trystal Palace, has lately been added a numerous collection of photographs, chiefly by French artist* ; names of the highest rank being found in the list of contri butors, jjut it rails particular attention to an ob ject of singular historical interest ; in the same room with the photographs, viz., the celebrated Waterloo medal of Pistrucci, struck from the origi nal die, which has nevt-r been hardened. That the subject consists of the four allied sovereigns sur rounded by figures representing the mythological War of the' Giants, is generally known, but as from various circumstniicch impressions of the die have been rarely taken, few persons have seen this ex iji-tisite work of art. 1'HOToCRAPfiY.— A very important improvement has Just, been effected in the application of collodion to photography, to understand which we must remind the reader that collodion in a dissolution of ...

Publication Title: North Australian, Ipswich And General Advertiser, The
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RUSSIA. Berlin, May 13. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 21 July 1857

KUSSIA, Berlin, May 13. The UmprcGS of Russia jvas safely delivered of n son. The; King of Prussia lias presented Prince Jsapo. lcou with the order of the Iilnck Eagle. Ifis Imperial Hjglmess will leave this on Fridny. for Drcsdcii.

Publication Title: North Australian, Ipswich And General Advertiser, The
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SEBASTOPOL SINCE THE SIEGE. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 21 July 1857

SKBASTOPOI. SIXCK TUB SIEGE. Mr. Gowen, who wrb at SebaRtopol iu November last, gives us srunu interesting partiuuliirs from that now famous city. The Kussian Ciovermneiit are ?iiignged in rebuilding it. Before tli« siege it -vas iu)tc a populous nlnce, containing it' is KUjiimneil, ab^iut si»;ly tlnmsnud ?. -.rsonn. Wbeii Mr. (ibwcn was there, there were about six thoubiih'd people in tin; pi nee ; several thousand lubourers were then .?ii-:ik,rcl «r»on the works, and the number i*as to be largely increased. The old city was ftiuinui* for its unrrow streets like Huston; the new city will lie built in squareg, like Philadelphia, tt is also said th.it there arc restrictions against the erection of wiodtm Jjuildings. The forts about ftte city, accor ding to, the exRioiiiatioiiB of Mr. Oowcn, are only about half destroyed. Of the immeuKity of the warlike material scattered with eo iimcb profuRc ?iiiRs about this celebrated ppot, some idea may be formed from the fact that the Russians h...

Publication Title: North Australian, Ipswich And General Advertiser, The
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CIRCASSIA. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 21 July 1857

C1J1CASSIA, Intelligence has been received (hat Hie mountain eers, under the comuiaud of the sou of Schaniyl, bud repulsed 1000 Russians near Shalisch,

Publication Title: North Australian, Ipswich And General Advertiser, The
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THE CRIMEA AND THE TIMES' REPORTER. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 21 July 1857

TI1R CRIMEA AND THE TIMES' REPORTER. When the Crimean expedition w«6 finally re solved upon. Mr. Russell was requested by the pro prietors of the Times to nccornpitny the Guards to the East, and he consented. Attnching himself to the Litrht Division, he nns onions die first at Malta, Gallipoli, and Varna ; hit Maltn with the first butch of troops, and lived in camp uitJi the Light Division iu Bulgaria. The Second Division being then first under orders for the Crimea, he accompanied it, and whs present with it dining part of the battle of Alma. Driven out of the village of Boulijnnek, a shell fell through the roof of* the cotf.ige where lie was located; he rode over to the staff of the Light Division during the attack, losing all his luggage iu the transit, except one single bag of innccaroni. On arriving at t'.ie Alma, his horse being done, up, fn1 bought a pony from Captain Nolan, but nt the ? ilose of the day, after the change of the Guard*, this puny'rt leg was broken by a shot; ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 21 July 1857

J. S. WILLEV, BEGS leave respectfully to inform tbe inhabit ants of Ipswich and its vicinity, that he has commonoed business as TAILOR AND OUTFITTER, ; v «t tho promi«es aext door to Mr. W. Hendren's in EAST STREET, j ? 'and baring bad very considerable experience in the ^ trade, hopes to obtain their patronage, assuring ?? --? them that no exertion on bis part shall be wanting to femurs a flood fit, and to sire entire satisfaction . July Hth, 1857. ?* SUBVETTNG. c, ,,,,. JTpHE undersiirned being now camped at North E «_ Ipswich, is prepared to undertake any private c Surveying, or. to prepare Plans, &c, during the next g Three WwImI... - Tfn__ G For partfeiilara, apply to Messrs. WALTEB GRAY & Co., pr, to p ,-:??. A. P. MNDO, v 1 ' Licensed Snrveyor. , ; juiy 2ist, i8Sr. BOOTS AND SHOES. THE undersigned has in addition to those already advertised, just received a further supply ex CENTURION* among which is an excellent assort ment of Children's and Girls all-leather...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 21 July 1857

DISTRICT OF WIDE BAY, TwektvtSix Miles raon Mabtpqrouqh. STATION FOR SALE, FOR SALE, the Bnn known as Doongul, in the Wide Bay and Burnett District, situated on the lino of road between Wide Buy »nd Gayndah, and 20 miles from Maryborough. Price £300. Apply to FREDERICK MS. BARTON, Brisbane, Moreton Bay. From the Stud of Messrs. F. and F. Bifge. FOR SALE, j*. The Thoroughbred ENTIRE frjfS8W-s*-«v COLT VICEROY, by Sailor wl!§M»s0B (imported), out of Queen Mab, ?h £&~yhV Sailor by the Sea, out of Rebecca, -essSSfSiS^S*851 Queen Mab by Associate (im ported), Sailor is sire of Mariner, winner of the Col jingwood Stakes, at Liverpool, in 1857, and of Sailor who ran second at the Trial Stakes, at Home bush in 1857. Viceroy is a dark Bay, with black **S;**Z Vuutii\. BOWMAN, Mount IMk' .:?.!.?.-. .Inly !??:-. -UV.7. Notice. \-O MAHKSwM be taken to Bailor during the .\ ending season. W1LLIAM^M BQWMAN. Mount Brisbane, July 1st, 1857. For Sale, A FEW GOOD HACKS, liy the Imported Arab Ho...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 21 July 1857

TO ADVERTISERS. It is respectfully requested, that Advertisements he sent in not lateb than 6 o'Clock, Monday Even ing, and that the number of rssjinTioxs be written ou 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. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 21 July 1857

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVALS. July 12. — Raven, schooner, 114 tons, Captain Brown, from Sydney, 6th instant. July. 17. — Spitfire, schooner, 100 tons, Captain Brooks, from Sydney, 9th instant. DEPARTURES. July 10.— Sarah Ann, schooner, 130 tons, Captain Goold, for Sydney. Passengers — Mr. Muuro, and Mr. Greenwood. July 13.— Great Britain, ship, 500 tons, Captain Wilson, for Sydnej1. July 15. — Boomerang, 6teamer, 450 tons. Captain O'Reilly, for Sydney. Passengers — Mr. H. Glass ford, Mr. Marks, Mr. Thomas Coutts, Master Coutts, Master Wickbaiu, Bliss Geary, and 12 in the steerage. IMPORTS. Raven: 11 hogsheads, 920 bags sugar, 100 bags flour, N. Bartley ; 8 boxes, Mason ; 80 bags flour. Lord ; (-44 packages, Wilson & Co. ; 1 case. Brown ; 3 packages, Paiiton -Sr Co. ; 87 packages 100 bags flour, ltaff & Co. : la casks, 270 bags flour, 63 bays bran, itl'Cabc; 20 bags flour, Coutts ; 18 packages, Sutherland; 20 boxes soap, Wallace ; 100 bags flour, Riuhoi'dBon &a...

Publication Title: North Australian, Ipswich And General Advertiser, The
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RESIGNATION OF MR. HOLT. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 21 July 1857

RESIGNATION OF MR. HOLT. (From the Sydney Morning Herald.) 'The proceedings at Moretou Bay, in refer ence to the resignation of Mr. Holt, have excited some curiosity. and amusement. This .gentleman, in the neiformjmce of hiB legisla tive duties, gave a vote not pleasiug to his constituents ?; some of them converted thin exercise of bis discretion into a breach of one of those pledges which they exacted at his nomination. They were very fortunate in the ^?weapon which they chose. Mr. Holt appears to be remarkably sensitive to reflections upon 3iis political honour. For the sake of party annoyance, his opponents in the House have vigorously applied what his opponents out of it have 60 ingeniously furnished. It is quite true that he has shown, beyond the possibility of question, except by an insult or by a sneer, that he has violated, no pledge, and that he carried out his engagement to, tlja letter. He has shown that to have gone one step further than he did, would have been to humour...

Publication Title: North Australian, Ipswich And General Advertiser, The
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SUPREME COURT. INSOLVENCY. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 21 July 1857

SUPREME COURT. iKSOtVENCT. Estate op J. C. Peaeoe.— A third meeting for proof of debts, in the ostaW of Mr.' J. C. Poarce, was held on Thursday, before hjii' Honor Judge Milfurd, The following claims were proved:— Arthur Lloyd, £16 { David Jones * (Jo.- £16* 5s. 2d. ; Towns & uo., ii?3 8«. 96'. j D, F. Roberts. £21 16r, t 1 Montefiore, Graham & Co., £93 Ids, 8d. The in- 1 solvent Was allowed his wearing apparel, &o. It ] transpired in the course of tho meeting that no ap- I pointment of an official assignee bag yet been made, j Estate o* John Sxjsvens.— A meeting of creditors 1 in this estate will be bold before his Honor Judge 1 M'lford, on Saturday, 8tli. August, ? 4 New Insoxveht.— The estateof Mr. William Kent, I Shafctou, was sequestrated on the lith instant. Tbe 1 schedule shows the insolvent's total liabilities to bo ] £6867 1*. 6d,, against which there is a statement of 1 assets amounting to £5420 7a. Id.-, leaving a defUl ciency of £966 Uu. 6d. The a...

Publication Title: North Australian, Ipswich And General Advertiser, The
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PRODUCE CIRCULARS. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 21 July 1857

PRODUCE CIRCULARS. The arrival of the Melbourne RtcR.iiicr, in anticipa tion of the ovcrlnnd mall, per Columbian, bringing the news of a decline in tlia value of wool at the opi'iiing of the May series of wool stiles, lias bad the effect nf damping tlie market this day, and prices 'are f«IIy Id. p«r lit. loiver than tljjs day week, but in tho. ;itis(ii)ci! of letters a full J'oport is deferred Until next week. Tallow hns not been affected by the English news, nnd the town trade, being bare of stock, have again been the principal purchasers ; and a few samples havo realised Is. per cwt. higher, bringing prime mutton up to 56s. per cwt. for home consumption. Sheepskins have suffered a decline of from Id. to lid. p.-r lb., according to condition. Hidks. — The English market has fallen about Id. to Id. per lb., and li;is caused a dudinc of fully 4s. per hide ntj best heavy, and proportionately on light and inferior samplaa. Stock and Stations.— *Tbere is a good demand for sheep stations...

Publication Title: North Australian, Ipswich And General Advertiser, The
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SYDNEY. Sydney, 15th July, 1857. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 21 July 1857

SYDNEY. [FROM ODE CORBESPOKDEST.] . Sydney, lflth July, 1857. Tho Columbian, steamer, Captain Peuder, arrived here on Wednesday night in forty-two days from Suez, bringing the overland mail. This rapid passage has put us in possession of English hews of the 17th May — a favourable omen of the future. Not uufrequently had our intelligence from England been \threu months old, while by thin mail we are put in poBseBsion of what was passing there only j fifty-three days ago. There was not much of interest to communicate, it is true. The pro mineut event vita the opening: of the first session of the new Parliament by commission,! tho Queen's recfeut accouchement rendering it uiiiidvjsablG for lier. Majesty to nnderhika on this; occmsidu -a * cBi'eniuu'y very much t» her 'tnsfe. The ruyiij speech Wfle of the usual character. Tt nd Verted to the foreign relations of the country ; promised tho introduction. o1 bills respect wg wills and matrimony (ft Bmyular coupling-«ip) ; gave the ueual p...

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