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PUBLIC MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 18 August 1857

PtJBfctC HltBtrXG. A meeting of tiiftinhahitanU of tiie. town w-w held on Thursday afternoon, the 33rh instant, at the tem potarv 'OonfUHnnwt. for the flurfxwe of receiving the renmt of die Committee appointed ivt a formnrnieet iiyr to «e)eot #i suitable sl.te for a Public Park and Iminisrr«rimi De|iot *nd to take «n«h stops as might 1)9 isoiinidered .necessary respecting the site for a vSobtvolofArts. . , ..-,..??-.:? .? . - --n;the motion of Mr. BoBJinnin Cribh. seconded Jby, Mr, F. A. Forbes, Mr, George haircloth was ! «B^inj,-»URly -(^sen to prmibj. .?',','« OTftP tfif!»n.lwjiM«i ?flion, briefly explained the objects /pf tye weeling, fli)^wi-l ituBfoi-nort liim much plea Iggim ,&» address them og on oosftswaHke the present : ^.^the same time he regrrttedih-ere i*as not ij larger f«ide.to-A^Iij the land req'iijneg % the public park. , inasmuch , as ? the health of the inhabitants or Urn town materially deponed on this land being appro 1 {mated for Uieir.recrcrttmn and mej...

Publication Title: North Australian, Ipswich And General Advertiser, The
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IN EQUITY. FLANNADAN v. O'SULLVAN. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 18 August 1857

IN EQUITY. JLiBSiOAH I). ©SULUVAN. -This *as o. motion by Mr. Jftoberits; op behalf of the defendant to stay all proceedings in this suit unUl i-new friend had been app'oHit«d,'aijd security eiven'fbr co»t«. The application 'was cronnded on «n affidavit of the hiKolrency cjfjthene^t friend. . l ... Mr.rP«hg'opposied'Mie kpji1icit.ior| on ,ute grounds that ihiIprs in the iciise-of *fce! ngxtf^ud^i, feme eevtrt the' CoUrt'wSfilif 'iiWifts v yroceeillngK, and it wan only donein Mifeh'*ca*e' for the reason tliat a. feme edee/Vholdiiig lip pro)-orty a llefoiidaiit would have-wo 'ReeArity fer«d*o-itji *' ! ' ? : His Honor thought this cnife must be treated in the sante^waV t* ?t'\y,it'--JT. n/exe 'ii-»s.ri; and granted the applies* 'MA. ; Thv iovdeH-wiiw : i4Thiita}l.i)'r.--p-ea- 'fngs tie ^il4V*d until 'Hw.Ti.rt't frlfu'd' be ?chftrijeJl,' find a i»e* file appointed! who musf. giv-- security for past co-itn n?:d fmfl sniretids tb'join' in such esecui'ijty as the MaN'i'f *linH'fix: ? * ' ...

Publication Title: North Australian, Ipswich And General Advertiser, The
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WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 12. Before his Honor Judge Milford and a jury of four JOHNSTON AND ANOTHER v. ROBERTS. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 18 August 1857

WEDNESDAY, Acgdst 12. Before his Honor Judge Milford and a jury of four. Johnston- asd amotbeu v. Roberts. (from the Mortttm Bay Courier.) This wrr ? an nction to recover dnninaci'S for the wrongful dischnrgi1. of the pliiutiff?, by thcdufendrtiit und«T an eiitin: enntrm't. mtt-rod iiitu bftwei'ti t'v oat-ties, to build a )nidir« ovrr t!j- lSrumei1 ?C':-:t;.'1 according to vertniu spi-cifii'Jitiun^ f--r f!i- su;:: '; £160. The plaiutitf*, uud-r n Nt:-.-\, I ? ;??? .:-?.. ?' sought to recover coinpt.'!is:itii.':i foi- ?? ??:?», '..?'?? -? '? and matttrinls provided by them. ! .The ft'.-st plua to tho first cou--? tri'.^iK;: :.?« ' wrongful dUchnr^c. and « .second j-i . . -?'. :-c ?--: indebted was pluadfd to the gi-'.iond conii* . . plaintiffs, in thu course of proviug i.'iuir ^'s ?, put i- i an sgreemnnt.purpiMtiiig to.ha»v hu.it ijiii«r--(l .. ??? between them and the defendant on li.lnill' of tlr Government for the building of the bridge according to certain specifications therein...

Publication Title: North Australian, Ipswich And General Advertiser, The
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WESLEYAN CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 18 August 1857

WESLEYAN OHUfiCH. O:i Tuesday last, the 11th instant, the WesleyaM of this town, with their friends, anserablf»d at a public tea party in the Congregational Church. — About l»-0 persons sat down to tea. A public meeting was held afterwards, to launch the projected scheme for the erection of a New Wesleyiut Church on the site on which the present wooden structure, built about eight years ago, .. and now fast docny ing. stands. '. , The meeting having commenced, the Bov. \V. J, K. Ptddiugtou was called to thauhair, aud remarked tlmt the great im'pprtanco of the movement, to fro motti which they were assembled, wouldbp generally admitted [ that af a fortuur periinl the WcMeyans iu thia' tbwii had a. proBpcrous intereBt, iind that tho present Church occupied by t|wm vvftft erected when there was no other idace of. worship, and In those Jays of jtmall things .was . considered a Very, good -ne. 1'hc removal of the resident minister Tiad, 'mwever, lc:t to ft decline iu thfvt interest; but ...

Publication Title: North Australian, Ipswich And General Advertiser, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 18 August 1857

SHEARERS. 60,000 SHEEP, TO FIRST-CLASS HANDS. ONLY SIXTEEN of the above 'will W put on the Floor- Enrly'application necessary. Shearing to conimeucu ou or about the. Int. or OCTOBK11. C. BSEVOR DAVENEY. Cn-.ni:if L'cn-ns., 7tH AugiiKt, .1857. TO .rliEAliXiia AND WASHERS, SHEARING .oauimtiiicbs at J1MJ3OUR WOOL SUED on or about the 10th SEPTEMBER ; prior', 3s. per Score and Rations. ' Wanted, WOOLPRESSERS, Apply to the under signed. J. B.ROADBENT. Jitnbour, August 1, 18571 SHEARING. SHEARING will commence at Jinga Jinga Darling Downs, tb,o First Week in SEPTEM BER. Those Shearing at Jinga Jinga will have the advantage of the Clifton Shed. Apply to Mr. COB11AM, Clifton; or, Mr. W. H. CLYDK, Jinga Jinga, 6th August, 1657, TO SHEARERS. ri*-HE Shed at Jond.iryan opens on the 26th of JL OCTOBER; priee far Shearing Three Shillings (;5s.) per score, ; - BROOKS FORSTER, Superintendent. Jondaryaa, August 1st, 1867. NOTICE. QHEAHING will commence at Gpurje, on or O about the 15th of OCTOBER ne...

Publication Title: North Australian, Ipswich And General Advertiser, The
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THE NORTH AUSTRALIAN. IPSWICH, TUESDAY, AUGUST 18, 1857. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 18 August 1857

THE NORTH ATTSTEALIAN. IPSWICH, TUESDAY, JLUQUST 18. 1887. ? ? ??+ ? A few months Ago, we brought before our readers calculations,- founded on practical data, of the cost of forming railroads in com parison with that of the construction of tram and common macadamised roads ; and shewed incontrovertibly, that the former, somewhat contrary to the generally received opinion, would prove to be the cheapest and tho best. To assist persons in forming a practioal opinion on the subject, we gave aho an estimate of what would be the cost of mating such a lino from Ipswich to the foot of the rauge near Dniyton, including a tunnel through the Little Liverpool Range, wliioh amounted to .£300,000. The lato adverse season must have demon strated the necessity of directing the attention of the public to the construction of such a wort, with the view of enlisting the exertions of all in furthering a project preguant with general good. The difficulties which present themselves are few, and none are ...

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 — 18 August 1857

SHIPPING* INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVALS. A must 8— Mary Ploasants. ship, 900 tons, Capt. Slnvsuu. t'rim Liverpool 2Gth April. Passengers— D-. liuiin, sn ?^.?on-gupcriiitendtiiit, and 291 Govern m 'iit i.n:iii 'pints. Agents — 1. & O. Harris. An^iif 10— Sarah Ann. schooner, 150 tons, Cap t. Gom!-I ('? -?'- Si- Insy. N» passengers. An :m~' 1 '4 — Yir'ra Yarra, steamer, -530 tons, Capt. Dell r-M.M Svln-y the 12th jnstnnt. Pasnongurs — , Mr Ra ?????!.??* -.'?'. Mrn Itawnsley, Misi Ri\vnsl«y. Mr. A. tf.-itii .... Mr S. ftym'-rsley. Mr. A. P. Undo. Miss Onan, i: -K MDi'iulil. Mr. B.Oliver, Mr. Douglas, Mr. J. l).-j;144, auJ 23 in tUo steerage. DEPARTURE. August 14. — Boomerang, steamer, 400 tons, Capt. O'Rjilly, for Sydney. Passengers — Mr. Rose, Mr.' Ross, Mr. K. Wilson, Mr. S. Peterson, Mr. J. Grogan, Master H. Betts, and 17 in the steerage, EXPORTS. Boomerang: 16 bales wool,.H. Buckley ; 16 do.. Spearing: 10 do., A. Sandeihan; 14 do., J. & G. Harris ; 16 do., Fitz ; 73 do., At...

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LETTERS TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 18 August 1857

LETTERS TO THE EDITOR ' The dlttor viiihe* it to be understood, that while every rtdtomtblt latitude Kill be allots td, he doe* not identify Itimiielf with the opinion* etprtsitdin the correspond* end vnllvhed in Ihh Journal. Alt Irttt.n . v-hi.-h apprar under thii- fowling are tcrittrn by partiti en* tiretjf imeonnected toilii the managtmtrdofdit i'-ij*r] SIR ,— Allow me to call your attention to a plain statement of facts in connexion with a case of em- bezzlement , which I lately brought before the the Drayton Bench. A well-known character here "qui       quodet nomine' , Peter Gentle had'for some time ago some money entrusted to his care for immediate delivery to mo ; he failed on- doing so and appro priated the money to his own wants. I brought this before the Drayton Bench, bujt for want of witnesses the case has been postponed from week to   week; and at a meeting of the magistrates on the court-day before last, two respecta...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 18 August 1857

ln the Supreme Court at Morton Bay. Ecclesiastical In the Estate of GEORGE SMITH, late of Little Ipswich, in tbe Colony of New South Wales, butcher, deceased, intestate.     NOTICE is hereby given that after the expiration of Fourteen Days from date hereof, Mary   Smith, widow of the above-named George Smith, deceased, intends to apply to the Supreme Court, at   Moreton Bay, in its ecclesiastical jurisdiction, for   Letters of Administration of the goods and chattels estate and effects of her late husband, the said George Smith, deceased. Dated This Seventeenth day of August A.D., 1857. R. C. G. COOKE, Brisbane Street, Ipswich,       Proctor for said Mary Smith. ' i^ii - -?BRIBOB A.T UREAKFAStOBKRK ars«3 m. ,;«***??** iirfl,aft' t'wv ; ..«.?? ' ? ' - rpKKDERS willhe Received at the Offioettf the ^** OoVe^mettt.OEleMttoiA^wrtSI- m^n of fiATUR fflAJi *he *A 4ay of SijP.'WiMEflKft, f...

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LOCAL AND DOMESTIC [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 18 August 1857

LO0AL ASD DOMESTIC. Owing to the crowded state of that portion of the paper demoted tu leading niatter and domestic ueivo, «re have been compelled to leave out the greater pnrt of our Stdui'v correspondent's comuiuuiontiou, and ii- a ly t\vo culumnB of local and domestic iutcl-j li^i'iiufi. j VAOttascT.— At lUe Police-Office,' on Tuesday, a man uaini-d tiUtvr, a native of €litnn, was brought before the liench cliaVged wtth In v Jug no fixed place of j dtidtnee, or 1a wrul means of shppw*. 'J he ctiiistiible, who took the defendant Snlo tsuatody, Httile-l that he believed him to be «n idle and dis orderly pcr.-on, and that this was not the first com plaint iignitiit linn us on a previous occusion he had hcon accused of rubbing a but, and convicted. The Bench sentenced tbe. prisoner to be worked on thu nuils for the » liod of six calendar months. Ou the a uiio d»y, a woiuau -uamed Mary Allen, au old oiTenlW. was acensed of profane swearing in the public streets, on the previous day. T...

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TALLEYRAND'S APHORISMS. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 25 August 1857

TALLEYRAND'S APHORISM8; ' Our welcome to a stranger depends upon the ttanii' lie bears — upon the1 boat lie -wears:, our farowell. Upon the spirit h-? has displayed'in tlie iritWyVw:'' ' '? Thm-c is so srroot a charm in friendship, that there Isttven a klhd of pluMnre in ncknoivltiflgin^ ourtelf duped by'tbe ix'iitlmcMt it inspires. ; t;*~ ? ?„ / IJhbrtundrrt mhdesfy. Is'nbthhip.inrorctbiin pn^ rowefl vanity- tbo tno tinmble obeis^Jncjl t« some'; times a disguised. fmperfJrienoeV'.' .; '' '?''' '?' ' The rep«t««ion «f W tnan.is llloi his tmndow^i1 triptftritie Wlten it prefeefleB him, toi&itf&my In Us*' jlfW)ortlon«vwhi»h1tfi-inows. , : '. H '. ' '', I' * Bfliuity devoid «f grAce Is a TnerehODY wlthbottge ^fl« who ttnnirt fcel frie^flBhtp is n^ke intwpflije j nf loVor; liet * wirniift beware or a min who own* that lie Infes no «ne bnt herself. : ' ?', ',..'.,''; Tbo Count de CoigtiypnttgrsHcs wit and talent, but his oonversnf inn i« fiitf gaihg, bee-««c his memory , ...

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CURIOSITIES OF MATRIMONY. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 25 August 1857

CURIOSITIES OF MATRIMONY. William Haseling, who died in 1778, aged 112 years, married and buried two wives after he was 100 years old ! and the third, who survived bun, he married at the aee of 1 10 years. John Roven and his wife, of Tcmoswar, In Hungary, who both died in 1741, lived together in the married state one hundred and /orty-teven yean, Mrs Adamson, of Grange, Essex, who died in 1748, had five husbands. Daniel M'Cnrtley.of the county of Kerry, Ireland, died in 1762, aged 1 11 years. At the age of 30 years he married a fifth wife, aged no more wan 16 years, and had hv hor 20 children. John Wolney. of Glasgow, who died in the rear 1767, aged 124 years, had, during the course of his life, eleven wives, all of whom lived with him on affectionate terms to the time of their death. Charles Cotterel and his wife, of Philadelphia, in North America, who died in 1761, llred together in the married state 98 years, In great union find harmony, and died within four days of each other, t...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 25 August 1857

is pnblis&d ^efy TueMa^OriinKVani foncukwi to coutottry snbBfcribBrs $$ $M ^Wm^?-^~ ' '_? -; Per quarter, in advancSe _.;.v, ^fti, ftj,-;; £', ?;.-. ta«e*h ttio«H*^Ma*ch; SOW J»me,t9cth«eStemrf b6^,«nd.8tetff-ett«mbetat-whio^iperioa|*nly-oan' ^^W^iteg^I^El^frpraepI fa yifit&nyralr toeliljjtojilhp^siulftsap^&i.^ ?iai*rSB -° ' %& '' ' ?i ?!-.'-?? ?'__?? ? a; d. ' ?''?'?'? ?' ::.'-^ijpfe?:*^8ii;.*i;MS«*»r*.i**f.^£affrl:S^ U fj .'? iim^\^j^^Ymt^Y^A'^^%^bZ ::''J- ;'* Ppj9-B, qt to B.J. and A. C. BA»Ij»DbWKipH».;/J ; ' uiwi mi ^Tunea TUMipnojisneo uy ispiinifp wObm , 7«a? tmAfikvmbtt GflARSa ?«aW ml V&* f , jdi tow, at|hBOfflM*f;thef,Ko^rti Aims^ux, lr: ;?-.' :: * ini triiuli is;'uit &iii klostu tizlidv^- c^t ?'??*'

Publication Title: North Australian, Ipswich And General Advertiser, The
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VARIETIES. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 25 August 1857

VARIETIES. Behaviour. — There is something which can never be learned' bnt in the company of the polite — the rirtues of men are catching as well as their vices ; md your own observations added to those, will soon discover what it is that commands attention in one man and makes you tired and displeased with the discourse of another. Never trust' a married man, who loves his wife, with a secret ; for he will tell her, and she will tell her sister, and .her sister will tell everybody. A Love JLeirrfR. — 'Jane, what 'letter in the alphabet do jw^ike bost ?' ' Well, I don't like to ?ay.' 'EooJy* nonsense! tell right ont, Jane; which do you like best?' 'Well (blushing and dropping her «ye6), I like u the best.' The modest woman who gave the 'withering look' to Contain Jonathan because he talked of his vessel hugging the shore, has again had her sensibili ties shocked by the naked condition of the trees. While they were being stripped she retired to her room for a season of meditation. No...

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THE NORTH AUSTRALIAN. INSWICH. TUESDAY, AUGUST 25, 1857. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 25 August 1857

l*\j&;r -?- ??il ??;'? -i .-^ :'.'?'-i--'.-.x----]irti^a'(.-j^ ^/ '»-:? TB« Buhjcct of itnmi^tion -'WuAb *£to«P&' ion i in poiu^ ^4thptirtance to thefo^ ,-i»e ^ony,«iai«Briwn)OBeIn thii.idft»itoanei; fi ftke onr rfavd^fimnqmuBftajTOai^Kaje aew ?_?# ktious 'j«bt*iBStied ^-the^tJottrtltrit^ff ti.-S very de8ijSttW6»tfi»VJth(^%H«ffl^4l uni er, illy ?cuavm tbfoii^lou^tb^idtiAlct. has 1 ?? atnt.1 *ar*uasbA 'erdi»asSI a^^^MatM* The rcgulationB issued in September last aro aupoi-aeded, aud Keueral immigration, as far as the active interference of the Executive is concerned, is proposed -to be abolished. For the future, no emigrant will be selected by the Commissioners, nor at the instance of the Government, and tUoBe who wuut labourers, or who wish to bring out their relatives and friends, will have to provide money for their passages, which must be paid through ? the hands of the Clerks of Petty Sessions into the Treasury, for which tickets will be given, which are to be pr...

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PROPOSED GAS CONSUMERS' COMPANY For BRISBANE AND IPSWICH [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 25 August 1857

PROPOSED OAS CJOXSUMEBS'' G'OMPJLKY FUlt lilHSfiANK ANn IPSWICH. A pri'liminnry meetin!?, \vl|ich bad been convened by circular, was liclil at the Victoria Hotel, ou Thursday evening last. A nuiabtvr of the principal inhabit nits of Hrisbane and Ids wich were nresent. nnd much interest appeared to have been evinced. A. MaciiJiater, Esq., (if Ipswich, who wa& unan? iinously oalled upon tn preside, opened the proceed' in:-;« with » few appropriate remarks. He said that bo was sony they should have fi*ed .Upon him' as chairman, inisinuch as he was entirely ignorant of the object of _ the meeting, nor had be been in com m'.imVation with any one concerning it. He trusted that thus:: gentlemen who had taken an interest. in the inatter would give them nil the information' possible. For his own part, hw oswn private opinion was tlmt the undertaking was, at any rate, desirable ; whether if would pay or not, Mr. Pawcttt would be able to tell them, aud he would therefore call upon tlin...

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SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 25 August 1857

-stoise^: CtBbSoCBOOaBBaKMnMnft.l [?] Vic »O^^:.Jfee**»»miniQ^tsBa.fia:. am t ;^leo|W#^(t^^^wm|a^,^bout At the monthly meeting of the Literary and Philosophical Society of New South Wales, to foe held this evening at the Library, in Bent Street, a numerous attendance is expected, to hear a paper on railways read by the Governor General, who wisely takes a deep interest in tUe exteusion of this very desirable mode ol intercommunication in this colony. An electric telegraph is about to be estab lished between Adelaide and Alh'ury — to be further carried on as early as possible. The Electoral Reform League had a banquet at the Lyceum Theatre, in York Street, on Monday, when about a hundred persons sat down to a very good spread, their, eyes also gratified with the smiles of fair ladies in the, dress circle, and their ears with a respectable band of music; Mr. Robert Campbell, M.L.C., in the ohair. After dinner, tbe ' President of the League,' as, he termed himself,, , made: a brief pro...

Publication Title: North Australian, Ipswich And General Advertiser, The
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PUBLIC MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 25 August 1857

PUBLIC MEETINO. A meeting of the inhabitant* of Ipswich, pumuant to an advertisement, was held last Wednesday aren, ing, at. the Queen's Arms Hotel, to take into can*!* deration the benefits of establidhinc a Gas Company. llr.t. A. Vorhfig liavmg been chosen as chairman, introduced Mr. Fawcett to the meeting. :: '?'?'?'-''? Mr. Fawcett ivn/l a vory Jong address upon tha benefits to !-e obtained by pis. He §stimate4 the c»ist of electing the iiecessary buildings, &c.; at £0330, while from the hale of the c&s he estimated a profit, of £4000 per annum.. b.owwwu Mr. H M. Eeeve. having rend a s(at*-nient »ade by Mr. Router, of South Brisbane, tram tb» Fru I'rtu. Wth August, moved the first resolution, which «i«b seconded by Mr. PeMigww; +f.-V 7 'That tho followihg .gentVetnen bo appointed a, (troviKional couunittee to teke the necessary niaa ffnres to carry ,out the object Or' the nieetintf, xM. -- Messrs. F. A. Forbes, William Craien. Hr. ChnlUnor, Qporge Knircloih, John...

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THE LAND QUESTION IN TASMANIA. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 25 August 1857

THE LAND QUESTION IN TASMANIA. Prior to legislation on this subject^ the ( Hobart Town Courier suggeste' the, .adoption: of the following resolutions as the basis of the new law:— ' '' ' ; 1. That the waste lands of lteinania*rs held in trust by.the Parliament of -Uiis^Ujpd for the benefit of the people at imk ,^ 'tfell those resident to the (^bn^, aa thojpeijrly) may; resort hither worn the, United JungdoHi /of Great Britain and Ireland. - ^ -# 5. That, ^^em^^jp^l^ fnnnjial end. ia to be*ottghT^rtfcB,permBaeut- agricultural settlement upon the lands of fts large a aumber of Mividuids wd^inTIie| is' possible ; tb* aeoaftd tod'j(thb^^yor|iii|j; subordinate end being tbe pfgratijfe, janiio. .^ei acquired.. ;; ' ,.':. ? . ' ??'? V '' '-?' -^??'^:' ; ?'' * ?- 3. That««8Umii^tbMthei«4W i^^^^ 1 l,QOO,GOO|)BfsB-0f tmaiie^ted^latldfl, irfwSjp' at least 200*000 ' tiaMW-' availa\Ae for'iJ|^% it isdnirable $iat«Ji Wttoii^atofia^ mtott& tity aspoeaible AouW to forthwith *o*&yed ...

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BRITISH EXTRACTS. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 25 August 1857

British extracts. The Bobopoh of Grf.ekwkjh and its Elwtttok MlPHNiW-— rMr. E. W. James, the nnditor appointed hf the 'returning officer, his published the exact amount !«f e*i-«nses on the part of Lieutcnant General Sir William Codvintrton in contesting the Bnrontrh of Oreenwich with Mr. Sleish. in February last, the total being' £1776 Is. CM' this sum, £839 14s. iOd. was paid in renSy money for various expends* prior to the day of nomination ; to the l-et'ilil'Mr. officer, for the erection of hutting*. &c £147 if»,s for advertisements. £76 8s. id. ; printing. «IWrft*. : carriscei. &c. £90 18s. 9d. : check clerks «n4 t-d|Jn«r booths. £46 4«. : j*n additional sum of £201?«j 84. 1-ein«r allowed for refreshments supplied to them ;; Bommitteemen an8%lerks, £68 17s. fid.: hire |Of committee rooms and refreshments. £361 Us, 8d,;*«^nt«' expenses, £295 7a. 4d. ; f«e of «lec tton ynijjior, £Vi 9s.: and several smaller Items. Of thej cjatms sent in to the auditor, fourteen we...

Publication Title: North Australian, Ipswich And General Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
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