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EUROPEAN NEWS. THE WAR. RETURN OF THIS KINBURN EXPEDITION. November 3. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 19 February 1856

EUROPto NEWS. (jRrws' -J« laftfiU qf Xovtmber papcrt.) THE WAR. RETURN OF THIS K1NUURK EXPEDITION. (From the TinM Correspondent.) Novembers. , For the J««t four days it has been blowing a viroaoo, which painfully affects one just returned fcom nearly » month's trip at sea. The air ie hot, heavy, and impregnated with most offensive and -irritating dust, which attacks nearly every sense at -once. The thermometer hus ranged from 75 to 80 4eg. since Wednesday up to this date. Late on Wednesday evening the Triton, Odin, and Fire brand, the latter two with mortar and gunboats in tow, arrived, after * rather rough passage, at Ka zatch. The Triton went round to Balaclava next rooming, and in die course of Thursday a number of French and English vessels, with troops and stores ou board, arrived one alter the other, and anchored off Eemcisch and Kazatch. It blew ao hard that It wa« considered inexpedient t» laud tbe troops, yesterday tbe whole of the fleet* Arrived «t their anchorage, but the...

Publication Title: North Australian, Ipswich And General Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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LATEST NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 19 February 1856

LAT^T NEWS. Sydney journals to the 1 2th histant have been received by the Shamrock. The 20th of November mail had not arrived. The Sydney papers are filled with reports of electioneering matters, -and there is scarcely anything in the shape of news. We extract the following as the most interesting items :— CitowN Lands beyond the Settijbd Districts. — Bis Excellency the Governor-General has, with the advice of the Executive Council, appointed the follow ing gentlemen to be Commissioners of Crown Lands for the districts specified in connection with their respective names, viz.: District of Darling Downs and Moreton — Arthur Wilcox Manning, Esq., in the room of Stephen Simpson, Esq., retired. District of Clarence— Richard Bligh, Esq., in the room of Oliver Pry, Esq., appointed to tho Gwydir district. District of Gwydir— Oliver Pry, Esq., in the room of Richard Bligh, Esq., appointed to the Clarence district. Dis trict of Maneroo — Hugh Hamon Musste, Esq., in the room of A. W. Manning...

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SELECT POETRY. THE BATTLE FIELD. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 19 February 1856

SELECT *OETBY. 3foB BaTTUb FIELD. U»k«aontheflddwb«wthebUUewMspr«-)( When thoinuaii rtood fbr(b in Uiolr gUnoIng «rny. And Ortbewn from tlie «ted or the mutnt wm ibed *hrougn tlic-dun wiling cloud*, tbit o'cnludowtd ttu 0*7. Ji»w the dwkforMtoManoee appear,— At the on of tKekwT«rt unnumbered they stood, I heard Out stern ahont, ?» the Cornea tew-near, like the *torm, QMUyt Urn the proud pines of the wood. Ate-, tbe tomb notusof the murrain wenmUed, Uptousluf th« t, olf ftojn the deptht oT bl» lair ; On Ugh to Hie oust slcauned the banner's red fold, O'ertEe derthreioiie rf HUe, «nd the bcowI of Deapalr.— Ifeofcrt 00 the ftddtrfeontentfcm again, Whan the »abre WMtbeathed, and tlie Mil pent had put J n» wild weed Mid thMJe cw 9*&k ou «bo pUia, And the fern softly sighed In tiie lav wnillug blwt, VnlnoTed Uy fl» lake lo Its hour orxejxne, And brltht «bone tbettan through dio iky* deepened blue ; And sweetly the ttmr.ortho nlght-Wrd atoms, Where ibe Iuxglotf- Uy gemmed with lit ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 19 February 1856

HORSES! HORSES! HORSES! B. P. WH1XKHODSE TTTtLL Sell by Public Auction, without reserve. VV on 8ATUBDAY bSrt, at Mr. GOEDON'S LIVBEY STABLES, at M o'Clock sharp, a number of Saddle and Draught Horses. Without Beserve— 18 o'clock. NOTICE. The old livery Stoblea in Bricbane Street. THE undersigned begs to inform his Friends, together with the Gentlemen of the Northern Districts and the surrounding neighbourhood, that the above Livery Stables wilfrtill be continued and - carried on under the able management of Sir. JOHN GORDON, and (if possible), with increased care and attention. ? ? E. P. WHITEHOUSE. Ipswich. Feb. X7, 1856, POSITIVELY A CLEABING-GUT SALE, Without xire Buekve, On Monday, February 26th. at 11 o'clock, AT THE IPSWICH AUCTION MART. BEGS to intimate that he will Soli by Public Auction, at tiie Ipswich Auction Hart, on Monday, February 95th a very superior lot of H35N3SBAL MERCHANDIZE, comprising — Boots Clothing Pictures Electroplated Tea and Coffee Seta Do. Cruet Stands ...

Publication Title: North Australian, Ipswich And General Advertiser, The
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COMMERCIAL REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 19 February 1856

COMMEBCIAIi 3LEPOBT. Business is brisk. Produce from the. interior has arrived abundantly during tbB past week, and the draya havpboen promptly dwpajcUed with their return loadiug. ....... ,. ..,.,...,. , , ,;? The following has boon .reoelved juiS iarwaraed for shipment; yii,;~ From Messrs. W. Gray it Oo'b. Stores:— 40 bales wool, Taliai; SOhaW ditto. O».; 14 ditto. T over O| 40 ditto, C Of er Mc.K Infa diampnd;,l» ditto. BUj. 20 ditto. Jondunwi; 14 ditto, T. Cbig; 10 ditto, AC; 1 ditto, 0-G;4J halORskins, 1 Vic wool, Stephens. -Vrovn Mqsam. Boyland 4; Go's, stores :-«0J»al-» -^-ol WVAG Aj B44itto, G. Sandeman; ^ bale^ittn. J* H, Aslier. ' * . jMr. R.P. Whitehouse sola on Wcdncsdav last a }Ateh-tf Ithe Goomburra horsos, mrhitsn raalised thi Wl^Jnff fi«t*^J.pri«ft.,yiz;— Bi*ken-ii!rito-Sk firom fcjf bo £27;-jinbroken 4itb *»in f it to £20i Shears' old mm firon-2£14ftb ^18 ; yearlings £10 tft €U; also a nuu*. hroken in la liarness, roallsifl £SS. There inn a4«ry ^oad attendance at th...

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CHINA. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 19 February 1856

CHINA. We have received a file of the Hongkong Register to the 20th of November, ,. We extract the following. Her Majesty's ship Spartan arrived at Hongkong' on the 19th October, with' fifty-two of the Riissraa prisoners, incluaing two omcera. We understand that all the prisoners, are -to he put on boiird the ' Minden, with the exceptrnn of the oiHcers,' wWo »*e ? on parole. We arc told that the frateriiiiatieu be-- ; tween Jack and Johnny RnBky is complete. The officers, though on paroft, 'continue' to live on board the ships. They have been mode honorary mem begt of the mess «f the 59th Jipgiuient ; and it is proposed to make them Honorary ?raenlbers of the Hongkong Club. -? 'Tile; latter feeems ;to tf* rather overdoing the mattcc,'—rit is; however, an error on the right side. Witli«ftll,4he»B attentions we hope they will not find 'tltefr 'temporary detention very irksome. By* way of contributing to thet^cotiifoTt*' prtepf jUomw.Tocomniendpd.tp try a:Aa6£fl3Cor/-uj» ,. Wehopo it w...

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THE NEW COMMANDER IN THE CRIMEA. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 19 February 1856

THE NEW COMMANDER IN THE CRIMEA. r-ieuteuaiit-General Sir William John CodnngtOn, K.C.B., who has been appointed' Commander-in- Chief of the^artny in the Crimea, Is -the oldest surviv ing son of Atimiral Sir Edward Codrington, G.C.B., wnose name is so intimately associat«a witn me great exploit of England upon the Hid at the close of the last and in the early part of the present century, and whose crowning %&)evement.w&s the victory of Navarin£itwfcen*tTO'Vqu%aro1fl»yf %ngU«d, frYane&r and Russia acted urider Ms general directions; Sir William was torn, we believe, in 1805, and is now1n his 60th vcar. . He entered the Coldstream Guards in 1821, and rose through the different regimental steps to the rank of captain and lieutenant^colonsll He received' the brevet rank of colonel in 1846, 'and became a , major-general hi the brevet of June 20, 1854. During hid connection of 33- years with the Cold streams, Sir William Codrington enjoyed no war ex perience. He wa...

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COLONIAL NEWS. VICTORIA. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 19 February 1856

COLONIAL NEWS. VICTOttlA. (From the Sydney. Morning Herald.) Melbourne, January 28, 1866.— The question of the continuance of the export duty on gold, was brought before the Legislative Council on Friday last, on the motion of Mr. Grant, one of the members for Sandhurst (Bendigo), ' That in the opinion of this House the export duty on gold is unjust in prin ciple, oppressive on the mining community, inex pedient, and ought to be abolished.' This motion was, of course, supported by all the gold-fields members. I say, of course, because considering the nearness of the election, I do not Bee how they could have done otherwise. It is a gold fields' question, out of whieh much stump oratory may be expressed ; and the new members hove been anxiously on the. watch for a good ' cry,' hi which they can enlUt the sweet voices of their constituents. Excepting the gold-fields, the opinion of the country is nearly unanimous in favour of the tax. It is easy of collec tion, and a Urge revenue is r...

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PETITION FOR SEPARATION FROM THE CHAIRMAN AND DIRECTORS OF THE MORETON BAY IMMIGRATION AND LAND COMPANY. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 19 February 1856

PETITION FOR SEPARATION FROM THE CHAIRMAN AND DIRECTORS OF THE MORETON BAY IMMIGRATION AND LANS COMPANY. The following petition to her Majesty the 'Queen* for the separation of the Moreton Bay District from New South Wales, has been adopted by the chatrman1 and . directors of the newly-formed' Moretoh - Bay Immigration and land Company. It differs 'very materially from . the one adopted by the - inhabitants of . Brisbane and Ipswich, and exhibits 'the extras ordinary capabilities of that portion of tho territory for the settlement of an agricultural population from the mother-country in a very, interesting light, -while it certainly strengthens the case of the general- peti tion very materially. :???'. ??.-..:?': TotheQuun'iMost Excellent Majnty , _': : The Petition of the undersigned Chairman and ' : ? ? ? : Directors of the Moreton Bay Immigiration and Land Company,' '' - ? Humbly Sheweth— ?'?'?.''. That the Moreton Bay District of New South Wales, extending from the thirtieth par...

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TASMANIA. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 19 February 1856

TASMANIA. Our dates from llobart Town are to the 25th ult. On the 24th the Colonial Secretary stated that it *&« tlie intention of his Excellency the Governor to dissolve the legislative Council oli the Tuesday fol* lowing, The Daily M«'j Bays the notice of dissolu tion has been fei1 too short; and insinuates a sus* picioil that the Government wfere la hopes through such Khort notice to quash the judgment of the Con vict Committee* whose . report has not yet been brought up, | ^he ?Sdlicitor'GenerSibl hod introduced a clause whkh has already been- ?passed in committee on the Electoral Bill, ntaking it compulsory on the Go* vernor to issue the writs for the election of the New Parliament on or before the 1st October. The Mnrcury says: — 'We have reason to know from what has occurred on the Electoral Oominittee, that the writs for the elections are not likely to issue until the 1st of September: It is also arranged that the' elections for the Upper House shall take place one m...

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SOUTH AUSTRALIA. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 19 February 1856

SOUTH AUSTEALIA. rPBOJI OUB CORRESPONDENT.] Apelaidk, January 20th. — The Council has re sumed its labours, after its vacation. The select committee on the Estimates has brought up tlie first portion of its .evidence, and. made, two progress reports. The evidence is very volumntous and im portant. The committee has instituted a most searching enquiry, not only into the finances of the colony, but into the management of the departments, and several gross abuses have, been exposed. The accounts for the year 1855. have been made up, from which it appears that the colony's expenditure was kept within its income by £7272, but this was achieved only by the suspension of several public works that had been sanctioned. The ordinary re venue, as originally estimated, was to have, been ££23.651 ; the' amount really received was only £187,005, leaving a deficiency of £41,615. The land fund revenue, as originally estimated, .was to have been £318.300; the actual receipts were only £257,576, leav...

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DALBY, MYALL CREEK. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 19 February 1856

DALBY, MYALL CREEK. [rBOM ODB O0BEE9PONDENT.] Odb little township was quite alive on Saturday hist, being a Court of Petty Sessions' day. and also the date appointed for the revision of the Electoral Boll for our Police District. The sitting magistrates were j. r. well, uolln J. M'Jtentie, and ? ,Uar- diner, Esqrs. ; but Mr. M'Kenzie being one o'f our candidates for Legislative honours, of course, vacated the Benoh at the revision. . . ' Charles Joues, for being drunk and disorderly in the town of Dalby, was convicted, and fined 20s. Peter O'Hara, for the like offence, was fined 10s. Henry Pickering, for being drunk and disorderly in the town of Dalby. was fined 20s. Defendant is a vefy^ quarrelsome personage in his bacchanalian revelries, and baa given great trouble to the police upon various occasions. He was duly reprimanded by the Bench. Charles Shirley, William Finch, and Thomas Brown, were each fined 10s. for drunkenness. Thomas Allen, for an assault, at Dalby, on the 1st inst...

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TASMANIA. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 19 February 1856

TASMANIA. , fioirmttax Cttoss.-^ The detachment of the 65th, proceeding to reinforce that regiment in.' New Zea. land, embarled on board this vessel about 8 o'clock yesterday afternoon. It was preceded by the band orthSlSth, which: played neveralpiooespeouliftr to fuoh occasions with great spirit, There were one or two raWerinlerefflng inoVdenU obnnected wUh she embarkaabnr^One»Wlep; over Impatient *6rttnrn fo^ew^Zeaiand, franrwnat cause *e know 'not, In-' «^ W^^tlnf tlU lift^rn-«ama to wilkattiettf on j mupiofMrfuewetaeh^ent .^riii^ jeftv^Our^hp restetday aft«woon^was^be la^nk ^h((&lSttnd uf-to^*^«t,towbMeyre«fflcewe;tiaTe*W|

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LOCAL AND DOMESTIC. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 19 February 1856

LOCAL AND DOMESTIC. To otra B&umcbs.— Owing to an influx of adver tisements yesterday afternoon, we have reluctantly been compelled towave out upwards' of twooohuous of leading and local matter. ' Uhclamkd Letters.— The following letters ad dressed to persons in the northern districts have been returned Trom the country, and were lying at the Syctney Port Office on the 24th ultimo, viz.:— foreton Bay.— Mrs. E. Bond, 6. D. Buckley, Thomas. Fenton, — Grundy, Esq., Thos. Luscomb, Samuel Marn, Robert Smith, John Cleeg, Win. Tyrell. BntbaM.—^no. Burns, Miss M-'CathilL Mrs. M. Dally, W. Kirkmaod, Hy. Maries, Miss Mc.Mahon. Thomas Morissey, John Perry, Alfred Perry, Samuel Ramsay, Win. Boss, K. Read, Richardson, Andrew Codgers, Boss and Ash, B. Sullivan, F, &utton, John Taleman, James Thompson, E. B, Whitfield, A. Wooden. Gagndah.-^. 0. Bouverie, J. A. Burgon. W. Haughton, Richard Houghton, James Moore, Draplon.— ' John i Stewart. Jforyb»rough.— David ngils, Thomas Paine, M...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 19 February 1856

. The Nobth Austbauak is published every Tues day morning, and forwarded to country subtenbera by that day- niaiL . , , Per quarter,^ advance .... fis.'Bd. Per quarter, credit .3, ? 7a. «d. Single number, sixpence. The Quarters will termi nate on the SlsfrMarcfa^ ^Oth June, 80th Septem ber, and 8Ut««oember, at which peno^U-'«n1»%ftn resignation be received. No orders for withdriwat irsll be attended to »mies8 -given ita -writing. - K&w lubsoribers -wilt be;chargea-from the- date of eom moncing their 'Snbsoription; '-?--. -??' ' -: ;'. 1 ..- AdvertisemetiU will be charged. »t dib Vate -rf ? _??-?-,:, ????V -J- '♦?' - ?-?-'?? ?- --'--^-';v-.';i.'':*di l' Two lines .. ,, ,,.,-.1.iV;./» ~;*.-~-t'-~0 ''? r --. Four.,, fji..v..v':i*'.V;.vi1-.'Ii.i£'1t!'fO' ?'??'' ' ' &l* „ ': .;-... ? :^-...^AV. ?:?*- «i ?- : ? asight M.:...-*v.-iVj.l;.i.v.1.vvV''*: *--;i:'' i , 'il?TOryadnituinal4nch1v«.;i,l,¥:-i|id^-r'- . The number t»f insertioMTtoust'Wwrt^^^i tertnanded, andl*^^ *cflSa...

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THE GAOL FEVER. M. B. Courier Office, Saturday, 5 A.M. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 19 February 1856

THE GAOL FEVER. JT. B. Courier Office, Saturday. 5 am. Latest Boixbtik. — ' A tonsorlal operation having been performed on (he eaput of the Editor, the symptoms of fever have considerably abated. Though still in a weak state, he is progressing as favourably as can be expected. J. S.

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 19 February 1856

BIRTH.         On Thursday, the 7th instant at Lakeland, Mrs. Charles Cameron, of a son.

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 19 February 1856

SHOTm&' INTEfXKrENCE/ ARRIVALS. February 16.— Palermo, brig, from Sydney, 10 th instant. February 17. — Shamrock, steamer, 250 tons, Paterson. from Sydney, 12th last. Passengers ------- Mr. H. H. Nicol, Mr. Bossen, Mrs. Clune, two chil dren, and servant, Mr. Barnes, and six in the steerage. DEPARTURES. February 18.— John Caesar, ship, Moller, for Val paraiso, in ballast. February 14.— Boomerang, steamer, 400 tons, O'Reilly, for Sydney. Passengers— Mr. A. Swanson, Mr. Mortimer, Mr. W. Scott, Mr. S. Scott, Mr.   Fleming, Mr. Dorrington, Mr. Burnes, Mr. Lewis Moore, Mr. F. A. Forbes, Mr. C. Lawless, Mr. A, S. Clapin, Mr. W. J. Rowland, Mrs. Cluue and son,' and 27 in the steerage. IMPORTS. Boomerang : 5 packages, Bridges ; 7 do., Byrne ; 22 do., Buckley ; 10 do., Blgge j 1 do., Boyland ; 1 do., Bays ; 1 do., Beattle ; 1 do., Black ; 200 do., Cook ; i do., Cooling ; 1 do., CoBlln & Hubbora ; 26 do., Company's agent ; 2 do., B. Cribb i 2 do.,' C. Collins; 2 do...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 19 February 1856

STEAMERS BREMER AND HAWK. «5£t(rj!2. The undersigned beg to notify that jSiwjKSKj. they arc prepared to receive WOOL, JHfKMMi^r *c-i for transmission to Brisbane, or £5Eb5SB Sydney, either by Steamer or Bailing Vessel, *t rates as low as those charged by any other party. 7THOS. BOYLAND & Co., AGENTS DOB BBEHEB AND HaWE. Ipswich. Oct. 18th, 1665. Ihteebstino to Aia. DAVID CAMPBELL, ' „%» ,iv/or many yeartfti*sidentTjf the Moreton Bay - '''?- District, , T-EGS to Inform his., Friends and the Public J3 generally that he Ms purchased the premises on die Drayton Road, known as the EOSE INN, AT GATTON, which he intends to convert into a first-rate house for the entertainment of Travellers as soon as the license has been transferred from the present occupant, and that the 'business of the same will be carried on by him from the 1st day of Apbil next. Various alterations will be made in the House, a Garden formed, and other improvements effected, so as to afford increased accommodat...

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PUNCH. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 26 February 1856

PUNCH. The ; NiaBw»aAiJB'«llEST,-TA hospital is about to be built, to bftdedicwed b* TOv*f testimonial to the mi^usrmWed;.Mto[&gh6nj^to; *hospiirt, in which, ¥«t«-to,a4n«y&dwt.Tiis8NiffhU^ie-a -ewn system pF unpsHBursing' is to be carried out. Mr. Punch will -add np vord of his to the beauty of the design; for wprlis ate nptlwwted. He w|U merely, ,«; in bj^to 4w)y bpund, observe, that those who think gratefully and lovingly of the notion of the Nightingale'^! Ne«t^,srithout loss, of time, duly deposit tiffr golden, eggs at Coaita't. When golden ems «re not lorthaominc, the nest maybe A CAROL FOR CRICKETEBS. M&.^rAf^rfnt. Hebe a, sheer hulk irom fiejpee found bp w}tag. We mourn a batsman true; No more he'll send the ball a-rolling ; He's battened black and bine. Long at $e stamps h) did hjs'duty. And puzzlBd many a soout,' ' ' For though swift balls might apoH his bea«tf j They rarely ptit him oat. Ne'er from the wiefket he departed Without a decent score; ? '...

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