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ATTEMPTED EXPULSION OF THE CHINESE FROM GOLDEN POINTS. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 25 August 1857

ftTT/EMPTED EXPULSrON OF THE: CHINESE FEpMiJOWOEN POINT^ [frtJm the Forest Creek Correspondent of th( .^..On *he Qxornii^-pf ? Saturday last a dispute took plaoe at Golden Point between *6me Burop^^ajad Chinese miners Slboiit. the' real or sttpp^e^/eAjroi^mBiit. -a* , the ?? latter on grouty already claimed by Europeans; or from; too- oiauy '01iines9 mafidag out d}/t{n)s cre^;$ij£o;U0e^ foi^iUi^ EuropeaasaBlnight *lso feel inolined B»itemenir«wl^rooBeaing9 «i« eimply.^lie buA|ng.Ofitho fkent-up iU-4wliug which; four, 'WBes un^f pointed jout, as ,exJ£Hflg,!|n.,th^B to do ^^Wrts oirtwaitf*-»na«if^taii6m pecas' a rtban^i«4AbHtr«ia*hBB^tet4fcbt)re «ent i »f)Ut » foreshjlddwiBg' Wi*M''mdr3%crt ' sujb rlsnlts whiibH *w^^ft!|iriEid¥^)& mkt dale, to tal£€ 'pUwetfan imlneaiiateslop be not jfMt to the fUrther iuflttx of tbe. Ohiaese — or at loust to their immediately, upon arri val, comnMicing mining 'oper.itious. At the jivt'.^out. moment the mont tcifluir incident im .rtgiuablo may ...

Publication Title: North Australian, Ipswich And General Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
SELECT POETRY CLEAR THE WAY. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 25 August 1857

SELECT POETBY CLEAR THE WAY. Men of thought! be up and utirring Night and day : Sow the seed— withdraw the curtain— Clear the way! Men of Action, aid and cheer them, As ye may! There's a fonnl about to stream ; There's a light About to beam ; .' THere'ii a warmith.abont to glow ; There's a flower about to blow ; There's a midnight blackneim changing Into grey. Men of thought and men of action, Clear the way ! . Oupe the welcome liebt has broken, ' ' . ' Who shall sav, That the unimasrined glories Ofihedav? What the evil-tha*. shall perish Jnltsjny; ( ' ' Aid the dawning tongue and pen ; Aid it, hopes o! Honest men ;, ;AM it, paper— aid it; type Aid It, for the hoi^r iii ripe, And dor earnest ihnH not slacken Into pity ' Men of thought, and men of action Clear the way! I« ! fi cloud's fthnnt 10 vanish From Hie dav ; . And a brazen vrrontr to crumble Into day. Lo ! the right's abont to conquer, Clear the way ! With that rfchi. shall many more ' F«f«r wriWne at ttie door : With the ein...

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 — 25 August 1857

LOCAL AND DOMESTIC. The Sydney Stkameb.—Up to the time of our otoujjr to press, we find not received Intelligence of the Pyitaey . Btenmcr'a arrival in Brisbane It is expected ebe will bring an English mail. . Ereata.— In our last week's commercial report ?we committed an error by Mating that Messrs. Scott and Co. sold 1,000 Fat wether* »t 16s. per bead ; it should have been 15s. 9-1. per head. Also, at Mr. Fleming** *ale of horses on. the 16th inst., instead of unbroken horses, fit for draught, realiting readily £84, read £24 per bead. , Bbbach or the VvnwokVB* Act.— Mr. .1. Moran. innkeeper, Rlgges' Camp, was brought before tlie .Bencb.on'WeflnBBdftyiast, to answera charge brought ngnlnsthttn by thn chief constable of Ipswich, for bavins:, pn the 25th July, ncgleoted to supply E. A. Doughn, Esq., with corn and hay, thereby baying committed a breaoh of hi« rccngnizance. The case 'laving been proved, defendant was fined £S and full CORtfl. .., ? MAsffcw' a--d 'Servants' AfiT.— At «h...

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

Ipswich New Music Hall, Adjoining tbo Stewn-Pftcket Hotel. A CONCERT of Instruments! and Vocal Music will be held on THURSDAY EVENING, AUGUSTS?. Reserved Seats, 2s. ; Back do.. Is. For further particulars* see Small Bills. S WARRELL. ,- Notice. - T. B. STERLING. ' ttfte Waster^ tl»jBaU-jrat Steamer. HAS much pleasure in announcing to bis Friends and the Public generally, that he is! about 'taking the Steam-P^jkkt Hoi'isr,, Smith j Brisbane*, at present in the ocenpation of Mr. Joseph Williams. „. . . j The accommodation and attendance at this house are, -irom-ita-old eUnding.'Bufficieiitly well known to render farther comment on this head nunccessary, | and T. R. Sterling need' therefore only further awire -life Friends and the Public of fcta most strenooqs exertions -to maintain the character which the hnuee bas already acqirirtd for attention to the cbmfort and . entertainment of those who freqttent it. ,~ ..... : . Sautb^dsbane, 24th Aagast, 1857. A «0m». ''' ' &.H. C. RA...

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

Repairs of the Streets. I rpENDEES are hereby invited for repairing the X Street! of the town understated, namely, a Separate Tender for Piling, .Levelling, and Metal ling each of the following Streets ££?' ? Ben Street, EastStretti Bremer Street, Nicholas Street, Wharf Street; also, for a Woodep. Bridge, 'In 'J$tft Street, at the corner of Limestone Street. ? '. \ Plan* and Specifications will be exhibited at the POLICE-OFFICE, and the tender* will be Opened at 12 o'Clock. on SATURDAY, the 89th inBtant: (he same to be addressed to the 4i Committee for the Repajrs of the Streets.? :. F. C. DAVENEY, _ Clerk of Petty Sessions. Police-office, Ipgwich, 2i«t, August, 1867. TO STAND THIS SEASON, At Cliftok, Daruno Dowsb, £^ The Fine. Coaching Stallion, t jTWkm I, I. ' SULTAN.*' He is. a Rich Bat, KHml with'bl&ck points, stand* over 16 M.*J*-^]/Jr hands, and possesses great bone W*sBs»»s*e9M«i any muscle. '? Term*, £8, with 6«. groomage added. Good Pad locic provided for glares, Ev...

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

. TO ADVERTI3EES. Itrb resstctftiUy requested, «tit AdverUgementi he writ in KpTtATrAiban C o^ClockT Monday Even inp.knii.iHit'the KiJueCaoi nueauoiisite writton on «wili Aidvertlsemen^or |heri)rllM-e coAMniiBd nAtli^Mitertninaea,&a4^ed*ocoriinglir. - jaaytartfifctnenta from 'non-subscribers' mnrt be pniil for jprcviousiy,tq ensure WWrttotu s * - '*' ,-?

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

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. DEPARTURES. August 20.— Ynrrn Yam., stoamor, 500 tons, Capt. Bull, for Sydney. Passengers— Mr. B. Cribb, Mrs. Cribb, and two children. Miss Cribb, Mr. R. A Kinesford. Mr. W. Southerden, Mrs. Jackson. Mrs, Lipmsn and servant, Mrs. Kelly, Mr. G. Walker, Master Walker, Mr. W. Gunn, and twenty-two in the steerage. Anguet 21.— Sarah Ann, schooner, 120 tons, Capt. Goold, for Sydney. Passenger — Mr. Spearing, IMPORTS. Yam Yarra : 1 parcel, Besser ; 24 fire bars, Bremer steamer; 3 cases, Brown; 2 pkgs., Brock; I bale, 10 hhds. rum, 23 do. beer, Bartley; 1 box, Bostock ; S packages, Buckley ; 1 box. Bolton : 1 bale, Bonn; 1$ packages, Boyland; lido., Baker; 1 parcel, Blair; 1 case oranges. Cribb; S kegs, Campbell; 8 casks fruit, Champion; 2 half-chests tea, 1 mat dates, ] drum oil, 1 caso. Costin ; 8 packages, CainscroeB ; 60 bag* flour, 13 packages, 20 boxes tea, Cribb & Foote : 1 parcel, Duncan ; 2 stallions (Napoleon and Surplico), 6. & W. David ion ...

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MURDER NEAR THE LOGAN. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 1 September 1857

MURDER KRAtt TltK liOOA^. Intelligence ranched flrisba'no «n Tliuriitliiy; last that a German woman, «bo wns fiupponed to Jittvc lost her wny in tho buah, Iwul bnuii mnrdisrod. It nnnuavs tlint the woman find her huitbiuiil were i«. the employ of Mr. Henderson of Ttibritfiilbln*, she loft the Htutiou with her son, a lad -if ubont 1+ ycni* of age, to come to Diisbano topurdmni) soinu tiling* and deposit *omemoneyJn the bank; hut ihiillinr she cMA not obtain |S:mUclt^toi^t?M*hoj-)-t* iftjifeachrMl t-ii- stition «n Moniiay, fujirn w^ieh-ifl t«rtii«sdfiw hsr s^li-fy, «n-1 Ii«'nh«i»l^-i1 c*tili*.iiiis-i j Uii-iliunt: to lo ik Cur h«s-, and ivpart^d ih- cirejjm^ ;} stanfto in tbo police. A *«nKltwn«f£rnffl«4ft«%na);;v..' tiie place where sliu hsd fc?i!i» list seca.iiiAoh \\'e&- .iiitwlar AliR.ffni foiiinl WhprlMii1)iinitlnJ?aWlvinre»i about HH) yard* nff thc'r(»«id ; her cjotli*n wrt-c *«iil ruted with lihtod, her iiitextineH pnrtrifdinjr. and ht* Je-fS ttiid hi!.id partly eulen a...

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PRODUCE CIRCULARS. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 1 September 1857

rnonucR cmcm.Aits. The alati'. of the English markuls for Australian produce, must, upon tho whole, l-o«onsidercd '*nris- facf'iiy. At the el»siii£ of the May ssK'S prir.es had partly recovrred from the d^proasion which tonk place when the sales nnd proeeenen sumir ren nays, and scoured wunls, of superior quality, bad.bfiyi in much request, both for home consumption and the continent; whilst inferior and hnndwnsbcrl were Jiot so much in demand, owing to the import&tinna from Victoria ami ~^iiTO nttnifto. 'Inrilft sTStmo.ijBias- - larger than customary. Tin: impression generally ' wns, that the closing ratCR of May nnuld lift main- ' taincd during the July series, providr-d no further pressure in the innnoy 'market took place. The s:tle to-day manifested no decline in price; tin1, quantity wa».' however, unimportant. 'J'AU.ow.-'-From the Kutflish cironlnrs mid private ' letters this article of our export had been in better request. Stocks, 600 casks, nnd prices 59s. fid. for ...

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SYDNEY. Sydney, August 19, 1867. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 1 September 1857

?tj i i/. Vr.ii . iPilliM OUR cnliRESrcNUKXT.j SviIopv, Augiist 1«, lfeT J'iiis Himiimry wns reci-ivod too !«tt fi.r -n:r I;:g: IBrtHl. , At the monthly mnt'ting of t\\* Vcw Smith \Vji)oe PUMotfOnhiual Sociutv. ou Wtdn«:S(l.iv Inet, the Go vnrnoi-Qcn^ral rtudnn ehhornte and al-Jp pyp'T on Kriilways-- a subject in which he IU;J* a jyi-ent iu teraat. His object bcin.g «o a certain exti-nt mifl goBtive, Sir William rnt^nsd into a vari«ty of di-tnilf. as to the dilfureht kinds of roads sisfcnbln f'-r the traffic of the colony, coiusoL-nciN^ with tin: o.'diii.irj tfirnpike rood, next tiie ljoi^e-tniuj'.vsy, «nd last the riiijroad. Having fit^tcil t!u cost per miJc for con etrtctinfr, each, the nnnnnl outlny for repairs and maintaininij nil three in proper witrltin,' ordi-r. the coat per ton per mila for conveying trnods. produce, iind incrcirtiKHjc, and tlio varimis incidental expsn »C8 wliich muat ncsossiirily bu provided for, sv\p porting his opinitfli by f:\tts mid figures durived fro...

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THE FUNERAL. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 1 September 1857

THE FUNEEAL. The remains of some of the unfortunnle perrons which had been found and identified were buried in the cemetery of Camperitowii, near this city, on Tuesday.- Thousands of people ncroinpnnicd tiie procession ; the public othce« were cloned, and most of the citizens closed their shops. The procession moved from the aead*bouRe at a I little before five o'clock. There werenoVen heaiteB, to^M^two#cew o|-|iy|!Mj^^^^^^l the Union Jnck. and followed by a company of sailors and two officers 'of her Slnjcstj'n stliip H-er»M and Iris. There were four mourning coaches nnd a Jonp siring of carriages, of which that of the flon. Stuart A. Donaldson took the lead. The b.iml of the Artillery Companies formed a pnrt of the procession. i»j-3 play«.l the ?» Dro-l Marrh from Safil' with fine effect. A company of Artillery with two officers, between whom rode his Excellency, the Governor's Aidc-de-Camp followed. Ths f»ot^ paths throughout the streets of thix «ity were lite rally walled with p...

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MELBOURNE. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 1 September 1857

MSLBOUSNI!. There xvern three notions for breach «f promise of marriage, at the Into tiui privs sittinga. , In -onn. Oamcrou p. Whir, the jury hmre given damages to the uttiount of £2000; The case was a most extra ordinary one. the lover having tendered his hand ?'s without Mb heart' to' 'complete the contract.' Mifl tender wiib accepted, bnt itc failed to deliver limaclf according to the cnhditiiAts. Melville, the convict, who ba« obtained so unen viable a notoriety, ljas turmlunt.-n' a Jimg I'aruer v crii-](.' bv a mnai 'lulilmrat j aet of si-l^innr.l^ r. Ou Wednesday Tnoniinjj, List ivuek, lie was found dead iuhin i'?H'iiiM-'lbiR»rae jjuol, with a lutiidkerphUi -itd tightly rnun'l h'm lu-ok, with a slipicnnt. twister ilirici' round, and the etui nicked in, I'm- some tiuu Wulville hml feiTiKii uiadti'.-!.^. but Ms aasumplio). vhs indiifen-nt t!in it 1'iik-ii t^- i ii- '« ov.-ji on tht vLiitiiif j-i*iii'B3. Efiii -.vli-ii :u M.t, rtulij :vtf-j to o o:i^ «n-|'ounjSuI mr.;!ld.i! ».ii...

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LOCAL AND DOMESTIC. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 1 September 1857

LOCAL AND DOMESTIC. Illegal Detention of PnorsBTY.— At the Police Office, on the 20th ultimo. Mr. Owrn Connor was Hiimmoned before tlte Hcni'ii, charged with illegally d--tAininir a pig, alleged ft* be thu uroportv of Mr. William Vowlce, of NiclioJas Street. The oom plainnnt stated t!iat about th« latti:rend of April, he iiad a coimnmicntion with Benjamin 'i'aj'Ior) clerk to the defendant, and made an ugromneut with him ti the effect that he wns to have four pigs to fatten, to re-deliver throe, and to Keep the fourth himself. Thu animals were taken nivay, and before that three wove marked, ' bnt the deiuiuUnt's pig wns pot. About- the boginning of June, the defendant desired the. pigo to be taken away, and complainant did so, but could only get the three marked onus, as the men refus.'d to deliver the fourth. They wore not fat; in f«ct thuy were in no bettor condition than when they wcr.) delivered. The reason assigned for tho refusal to keep the animals was that th« defend ant had ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 1 September 1857

the NORf a Australian : is published every Tuesday n»orni«g, «nd forwarded/ : . to country subscribers by that day's mail. ?' ' ' ? ?_/.':? ? ' ?'.Tebkb: '?'-.-''.'' , ? Per quarter, in advance ...i fis.Bd.' Perquarter,*redit. ..i.i.:..t 73.68;-' Single number, sixpence. The Quarters will termi- . '? awe on 'iue'^lBt Tffarch, 30th June, 30(h .Bepteni- :. bur, aid 31st Decemhor, at which periods 'bnly cau. resignution^be received. Ko orders forr%vitharawai; will he attended to unless given in writing. New - subscribers will he charged from the date of com mencing 'their subscrlp'tion., ? .',.' - . ..,, . y , . - A3 vertisemeuts will he charged at the rate of ' ? ? ???? -' ''' ' - -?'?'? ??'?? ?'„-.'*. ;d.; ?'.?,'?. ; J'jfOlU»Ci»»i»i^..«'».ii-.'.i«. 1 -»? :' ?? ? ,.; ?-..panr, ,» ».,..» ^. *....?..:?.,.:. .v..- * «i 1'' ? '';- ' .. -?-fti -.,.;:,..«.^,,.:...-. *:+{k -;??; '? i£ignt « ......................... 8 0', ? ? , . - -.-'?? .i^^*4alttohajhcVVJ-:.....;,!t' O-;- ,^. ?'./ ',..,. ...

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LETTERS TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 1 September 1857

LETTERS TO THE EDITOR. The EKtor whhet it to be unlerstomi, (hat while every, reasonable latitude will. beaUotcetl,he does not identify hinuelf leith fht opinion* hyrttztd in the qgrrespond enct ptiblinheJ in thu Juurnal, . All ttittrs iehuh appear wier this htadatg are wrtttcn by parti's en tirely unconnected with the ituwai/eHient o/the- Riper.' Deab Pis. — I nWrve by the last Sssne if tl:e Free Tress tliot t'vir 'Our rorr-8pphdaiit,''tffi3« '.Miilii' PhilaletlicF,' &o , -th' t V'p; r, V ioao funget thought had !)enii tliormi^My exfraqtejl, has- again Anvi ti ? credt his n ixious heatl. and Has endeavoured to im pugn the character of one of our. most resptMeci townsmen. I allude to that portion of his letter in wliich ho has made :i mle-SUteinent iu conuection ivitTi the casu of Mulitih v. QentJo. T bare ii6 doubt bnt that hfr. JTrfian tiiuuljed 'jPi»U6' |» ii.^fg' tender pirt when ha proBacutecV poeof hi* jpatu for thuJernk-Bzlftnant of money, the result tif which cas6h.i...

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SCOTLAND. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 1 September 1857

SCOTLAND. A good deal of excitement has been caused re cently in Edinburgh, Glasgow, and elsewhere, bv tlio report that Mr. Henry Salmon, the agent (or tho Commercial Bank of Scotland, at Fulkirk, had ub scouded, after having made free to a large extent with the coffers of the bank. That such is the ca»e is now uot any longer matter ut' doubt, and it is vtn ?dersLood thai' Mr. Salmon's defalcations extend to at least £30,000. The Commercial Bank, like nit the other Scotch _ banking establishments, has a regular system of inspection of the most searching kind; but it would appear that Mr. Salmon had mode free with the funds in a way which set ordinary detection at defiance. When certain deposits were lodged he granted a receipt in tliefname of the bank in the ordinary way, but applied the funds to his own use ; and, as the transaction did not appear in the books of the bank, - detection by the ordinary checks was impossible. He must, however, have retained a private memorandum of the...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 1 September 1857

IPSWICH JttUSIC HALL. A SELECT BALL will take place THIS EVEN - i\. ING, TUESDAY, .SEPTEMBER i*i 1867* *t the above Hall. -'?.-?' Double Tickets ? 8s, Od. Singh? do. ,.,... ? ,4*. $d. ! Refreshineuts will be provided at moderate : *s»W)p». . ?? ? - ??'? ? '. Dancing will commence at 8 o'Clork. i( Mr. II. Cansur, M.C. !| S. WORRELL. | Billiard, Billiards, Billiards, QukkkV Asks' Boitx. ' lrtATlN5j««t,«mpneD|*ani Sydney, begB most; .jLlK; respectfully to -inWrni his Friends and Patrons, that during hisn^biirn in the metropolis, One of Thnrelon's Best. Billiaxd-TableB, with ill tlid latest improvement*); and trusts to, hare his BUbard-Rppin open ip -tfteiconrse of a week, jjueen'e Arms'. H*tei, 8i«t Angnst, 1657. ? Ez .Bary J'frMjwi/'ifaniJ lite !ote Arrivals. ..?,«cr — r-wij ????' ' ' ? . T»HE Ajnderiigned. in, thanking 'hit: many kind friendfi iind customer tor thrtr -liberal patron- j «ge bestowed *npen him during -thirteen year*, in the Saddlery ttasioesB, wonld btg to inform them ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 1 September 1857

BIRTH. On Monday, tlio 31st ultimo, Mrs. R. GUI, of a sou. MARRIAGE. On the 19tb ultimo, at the Golden Flocoo Inn Maryland, by the Rey. T. King6ford, of Warwick* John Wilson, to Ann Stevenson, both of Maryland. Imported Merinos. FOB SALE, A NUMBER of RAMS and EWES {60), from the Celebrated Flocks of— Count de Mcngeraon, Zschepplin, Saxony ; Louis Gadcgast, Thai, Oschate ; Ferdinand Von der PlaiU, Naundorf. Full particulars respecting the above Sheep to be had at the Station, where they can be Reen with their Fleeces on till 1st Deoeuiber next. SANDEMAN &. GALBRAITH. Burrandovran, 10th August, 1857. 1 Q A A EWES, of Ages, for SALE, after Shear. Apply to C, J. & E. M. ROYDS. Juandab, Condamine. Prom the Stud of Messrs. F. and F. Biggo FOlt SALE, ____ ThE Thoroughbred ENTIRE tJWLnm 00 LT VICEROY, by Sailor irjn'fS (imported), out of Queen Mab, ft «? t. ~ _$_M; SsiUor by the Sea, out of Rebecca, ?-4tSB@-«^ Queen Mab by Associate (im ported). Sailor is sire of Mariner, wi...

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENT ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 1 September 1857

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVALS. August ZS. — Boomerang, stoamer, 400 tons, Capt. O'Reilly, from Sydney August 19, and Newcastle August 23. Passengers. — Mrs. and Miss Cooper. Miss Jsqucs, Miss Kitchtn, Miss Jackson, Mr P. Leslie, Rev. Daan Ri;;ney. Mr. Archer, Mr. F. W. Jaqu^s. Mr. Shoolbrcd, Mr. V. W. Fisher, Mr. G. S. D. Hushe. Mr. Li*rin. Mr. It. N. Binney. Mr. Mack intosh. Mr. GlaMford. Mr. H. Newton, Mr. W. B. Tooth, and 17 in flic steerage. August 3t. — Y.isra Yarra, steamer. 450 tons, Capt. Hell, from Sydney the 26th i;mt. P.-iPsengcre — Mr. M. Wallace. Mr'. A. Paisz, Mr. Diokson, 'Mr. J. Grngun, Mr. Macdnnald, Mr. MelGr. Mrs. McDonald. Mrs. Diohsnn, Mr. Obisrcll, and 7 in the storage. DEPARTURE. August 29. — Boomerang, steamer, 40Q.tons. Cant. O'Reilly, fur Sydney. Passengers— Rev. Mr. Hanly Mr. H. M. Reeve, Mr. Grimes, Mr. J. M. Poans, Mr' Spearing, Mr. G. Sandcman, Mr. John Sinclair, Mrs' Sinclair, Mr. J. Smith. Mr. R. W. Comes, Mrs. An' drews 2 children and servant. Miss...

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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