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

£6 REWARD. LOST, from Ipswich, a BAY COLT, short tail branded BK near shoulder, star on forehead, near hind foot white. A BROWN FILLY, branded ? C off shoulder, RbODt two year* old, A BAY ENTIRE COLT, branded BB under end die, near side. JS2 reward will be paid for each of the above Horses on delivery to CHARLES SMITH, Royal Oak Inn, Ipswich. £20 UEWABD. LOST, from Tarrnbnn, Lower Condamine, about November. 1856. a BAY MARK, « little white on the bind feet, and a long tail, branded qM con joined over IB near shoulder, she bas a Haddw-maTk on thu wither. £5 reward will be paid to noy per Ron deliveriug her to the undersigned at Maryland.' If she bas been stolen, £20 reward will be paid to auy person giving such information as will lead tn the conviction of the offender withiu six months from this date. R. fcEID. Maryland, August 4th, 1857. TTrTANTED. some strong, active MEN, to break V* in a lot of BULLOCKS, and to take Teams on the road. Also, a respectable MAN as OVERSEER, to take ...

Publication Title: North Australian, Ipswich And General Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
BANK OF AUSTRALASIA. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 1 September 1857

BANK OF AUSTRALASIA. TheTwektv-Thirb Annual Rkpoki'of tue Direc tors TO TUB PlRiPiilKlWRS, ON MoKDAV, 8i'JI Jcke, 1857: — , 1. The directors have the satisfaction of present ing to the proprietors the following statements of account, showing the result of the transactions of the Bank for the year tu 1 3th October 185G. 2. The Profit and Lo.su Account &i that date stood as follows :— Balance at the credit . f Profit and Ij)S8, 16th October. 1866, as per last Report .» ? £200,007 16 11 Net profit iu tlie year, 10 13th Octo ber 1856, provision having been made for bad aud doubtful debts, income-tax, &c ? 181,110 0 6 46381,777 17 5 Divided among the proprietors : — At April, 1856, a divi dend at the rate of 9 percent, per annum, and a bonus at the rate of 14 per cent, per annum, making toffPther£4pertihare:t'0G,000 0 0 At October 1856, the saute ? 30,000 0 0 ? £180,000 0 0 Balance at the credit of Profit and 1,08s, 18lh October 1850 ? £201,777 17 5 Out of which have been...

Publication Title: North Australian, Ipswich And General Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE AUSTRALIAN MAILS. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 1 September 1857

THIS AUSTRALIAN MAILS. The European and Australian Company's stenm ship Jura, Captain Moodie, arrived at Southampton ou June 11, from Alexandria and Mnlia, bringing the Iteavv portion of the mails from India, China. and Australia. Her datuB arc — Alexandria, May 30; aud Miilta, June 3, The Jura lmd 54 pnssojigevs, snd on freight 4 packages of sovereigns, vnlne i'3824; Iu packages of gold dust, containing 11,194 ounces, vnlned at £44,770 ; 40 bales of silk, 20 bales of wool, 49 pack ages of elephants' teeth, and 65 packages of sundries. The passengers, mails, and specie were landed the same evening, and the Jura left next day for Liver pool to discharge her cargo. There has been no despatch of Australian Hiail? tliis month via Southampton or via Marseilles. The. present mails were forwarded by the steamer Emeu. ivliich sailed from Liverpool on tbe 17th of June This arrangement only applies to the mails of the preftcut mouth ; tho route of Kgypt will be reverted to in July, and the su...

Publication Title: North Australian, Ipswich And General Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
DEATH OF MR. DOUGLAS JERROLD. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 1 September 1857

DEATH OF 3irR. DOUGLAS JKRBOLD. (From (he Times.) The intelligence conveyed by the above heading will probably take the whole' literaiy public of England completely by surprise, lint a few days ago, Mr. Douglas Jerrold was a prominent figure in London life. An assembly of 'wits would hardly liavc been deemed complete without his presence ; and his lost lion mot was one of those Hums of ncn-s which everybody was glad to hear. 'JV- the special world in which lie chiefly existed, it is scarcely necessary to say that his illness was of short dura tion. On Sanday night lie took leave of several of his intimate friends, and, shortly after the noon of Monday, his earthly career had terminated. Mr. Douglas Jen-old was in a great measure what mny be styled a ' self-educated' man, and the cele brity he attained with every class of, fits countrymen that is capable of appreciating intellectual worth may be cited among the many instances that show how distinct is the path to faint! from any of t...

Publication Title: North Australian, Ipswich And General Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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PRICE CURRENT OF COLONIAL WOOL. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 1 September 1857

PUrGK CUR11EKT OF COLONIAL WOOL. f^TDSKT.— food and superior flocks. 2$. 2d. to Ss.KJd.'; RVJ-rajj-u to good, l'«. 10(1. to 2k. Id ; in fttrior and bad uonilitinn, ls.TJd. to ln.flri : fRdtuvrl, ' BimPj'ioi'j 2s. -id. to iU. -)i-l.; swmr---) ;n«i liaml wanlicd; Irt. pta. to 2s. od. \ lamus nnd Kcouri^J ImnttsV lf-. Htd; to 2s. Hid.; broken pieces ai.d Iook8;«d.tolxl-i*d. ? ;Va» UliWKN'V Lakh.— floml ftiid wipmor flocks, ' Ss.'to ;'2«. 74'd.v avi-rngu.to Krmd, Is. fd. tu 2s.; 1 Kcoiwd, 1«. fill, to 2m. 8d.; Iticnbs, Is. lid. t».28.«i-l.; hUh, l*.-4(U t« 2k.; piecus mid !?*&*-, Is. 24-1. M 1*T9W--;- '?'? ! '' ?.??.?? ' ? ----- ^i»onT;Pun.i.ir *Kt) PowrtjkKo Hay.— Good to shp^rioit.'1Si!, Id. toSfi. 4Jd. s , n vi'iugc. to giMid, '»». lOd. to 2s.; interioimid liaQ condition, 1«. 4&. to Is. Ad. : scoured and. hHiidn'ashvd.J a. 44d. to 2s. SA.; skin Ju\ to 2s. Sd.; lamtis mid *m»ured Innilif, Is. Td.tr U,. 9(1 ; pi«'Cifi tuid lockti, lOid. to Is. Bd. ; grease, is, 04d. to ...

Publication Title: North Australian, Ipswich And General Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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LONDON WOOL REPORT.—JUNE 1857 [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 1 September 1857

LOXDOST WOOL BBPORT,— Joke, 1G57. Tho second series of sales of colonial wool, wbicli com-.nouuod on the SJtti nf April, closed on the 23 (li of May. the number of bulcs catalogued consisted of —Australian, 15.32G; Port IfitUin, 21,509; Van. Diemeu's Laud, 8252; Adelaide. 9023; New Zealand 423; and Cnpu, 700t; total. 62,102 bales. Iu our last report we mentioned that, notwitb tnuding tlie large operations fur continental account ut each night's sale, prices gradunlly drooped front the dpetiiug rates, until the redaction established was fully 2d. to 3d. below tlie closing prices of March sales. This declension in price, coupled with tlie stcadj purchases fur export, brought in some of our large dealers whose operations gave confidence tu tho timid buyers; awl although the accounts from the north continued unsatisfactory, home buyers were compelled to come ill, and a feeling of sihhju lation existing tended much to assist the market, about 3-HW bales having been jmreliascd to hold fur...

Publication Title: North Australian, Ipswich And General Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
MR. TOOTH'S IMPORTED SHEEP. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 1 September 1857

MR. TOOTU'S IMPORTED SHEBPi Si3,-rlt would appear from the letter Inierted Jii the Jforth Aitaf&ian of the 4th instant, io nfareni* to lay sheep, from a Mr. K. O. Douglas, that thls^ notorious individual was only wuitine for some oni portunity to show that he not only attends to h|-' :— ??'?-? r* uwh liustaesfc jjut that J-e van also manage « little ^ for his neig Ubours. ? ? -. -::..-?? x- ?:'??$&?? 'y''-'^ T|-e aniiuus of the letter referred ioft fWJeifc*1; ^Wi and ooewsldjtftlj^ fceljere, from ito WtoB&^Hfltt?^ *^ this ttMr, J!. ©^PpbsJrjT had f he largest $W&§BHS^W the district, and LeRoe fait extreme jjnStrtyjifiS*'^. assuie'tbw Httje busybody. tUarwb^tever'^^i^'?-^ may Lave oopurreM itj fefeivnoe to these ^jil^^^m^^'f:!. are and wers pert^tly sound, andihat «^^t|t^tg caution was taken for tbejr trAnsmissfon, tftoougl. ;i the 4ct was not BtncUy complied with inBriit|n£ ? - 1S';| Mr. iJ. O. Douglas is also jn error in suptoslijt Joii ;;- : ''-'*' ...

Publication Title: North Australian, Ipswich And General Advertiser, The
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THE LATE MURDERS BY THE ABORIGINES. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 1 September 1857

[?] ScribiTtdi reple, tapere.ert, etpnncipiVM0(/(Hu.'-BioB, Tliough modern writers sometime* fliffer qutte, ' 'Tisjustaa well to tJiink bofore you wi^s;-i.SrB^K. Siu,-.The above quoution app*art to mV^ery appucauleto your Dal by correspondent, in «p-ar;es regards the octramutiicaiion whicii ,^ic forwarded, to you, relative to the murders recently pcrpetrftte^fcy ; the bkfks oa tm- lljifstr Dawjinn, and wJb^k'^M ? '-?? i pubtiiihiMl in a late issue of your ji-urflat ji',' ' -; ': : J .; i Brforir waWitR nny co-nsaent on the inacotiraoj' f-f 5 iiis jupurt, and the iuferunce he draws tiewtrom, I will, with your poniiission, briefly relate a true and ? correct . accouut nf tits aad cataatroplie.. Oa itht* forenoon of Mundaj', tha J8th day of Jnly, a boqy of ijiuiii.o, Kuupudi-a iiy their ^tauLs, to iiuintKr about seventeen struiitf, attacked and killed two luvn— ~Uh- ?. nc an /Ejiglfwh buTkenptr, andthe^tjier V ^ Oennr.n oveiyiw, whilst engaged lu'Miiftitijr hurdbn at a shw^p-statioh oo...

Publication Title: North Australian, Ipswich And General Advertiser, The
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HOME AND FOREIGN NEWS. ARRIVAL OF THE EMEU. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 1 September 1857

HUMS AND FOREIGN NEWS. I^r7M»^)F THE EMEU. , TUs tteamer JSrtWK, {3apta.io T, Smith, arrived at *%dnfcy *n Tue*d»y litgt, from liverpool, via Cape «fOo6d ^ppe. Tne Emeu iiw been chartered by tbe^osttaUan and European Steam Company, to tvphwe thE-, Qneida but she belongs to the Cmmrd 't ;.|We'*rp 3n ''jneeWpt *»f , intelligence from, Great Bttota to 17* June. The news is not of any great «M;^«ile-* the items of most interest. Parliament re-assemWed son Thursday, 4th June, l^ftHeWWuuntide holidays, . » in -tbe*Houae of JLbrdsthe^hief matter of interest ? Wlato Wtbe MaMmopiftj -3ftiwe»' Bill. As it now 't&wifli, identities Oie UuBband :*» well as the wife to obtaitt a; divorce amaistt ctiAor*?, such divorce to be caUedJu*licial fleparntion,4n onfler to distinguish it ' frpm divorce a i-inc(iio maiiim(-nii. The wife and the adulterer are boll) subjected to appear as defendants in im^s of divorce, and ipoweriB given to the Court to *iie the adulterer in a sum notextweding £10,000...

Publication Title: North Australian, Ipswich And General Advertiser, The
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SUPREME COURT. MONDAY, AUGUST 24. Before his Honor judge MUFORD. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 1 September 1857

,,mmtm-%$8iti. (From Jit* .'»fa^$mmi*itrW. Before Uis Honor J«deedlri«oftrj. The recogiii«!aiicesiyYttte$lte^ estrtiated for iion'ftppp&r^hcejr^r. ^,- A. SJirbii;' ?* ? fltr..,W- B.' ;Fitii':i»hQ 'mrft^~^nwi^;V-^Hier*an6iB|»V*-!^ i^-uaen reobttnleance .»^$to,v««£? ?*::'?:?; i^-^'Mj'f^4i :mtt«d Fitjs fine, E5ecuth)n%M*rdcred to be ^ enf(-rwd in FoibeRVfiMa.hu idea ^t-%o^^;sft^sfa^ tbry, ; Tiie te^i^g,t^:^0^-ii^0^^^: \i ';.: .., , .,. ^ta^.A^TOJ^^B-^^.^i , ,'i'hls was in application i|(o,|^h^f^il)ie||^fflUlHlfe iicuiaieut jmt in uvide«pe ti'p^n ^H^^M^O^LfS^^: son*) Jtoiiiiti'. ^lr.:-;lMHvr4tiiati^^t4l^^||i^e|Pp Ills Tlonor Judge Mttfnrd delivtireo judgment l« thi*cHS'j, which was a motion to enter ^nbmmit puwinttt to leave given jat ^e *rtil. ^oftoiMtm^': hKAItomftm ; ^.^-- .^???.';.:::.;;'J;C^'^';iS

Publication Title: North Australian, Ipswich And General Advertiser, The
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THE NORTH AUSTRALIAN. IPSWICH, TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 1, 1857. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 1 September 1857

THE NORTH AUSTRALIAN. IPSWICH, TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 1, 1857.         The diabolical outrages recently committed by the blacks on the Upper Dawson River' have given rise to very serious reflections respecting the present management of the Native Police Force, and on the conduct of one of the subordinate officers in particular. Far be it from us to condemn any one who has not had an opportunity of defending him- self after his acts have been impugned; but   we must, nevertheless, make a few observa- tions on what we believe to be the facts connected with the absence of a sufficient number of troopers to protect the residents in the above-mentioned locality. Now, in doing so, we shall not reflect upon the chief officer,   of the force at present, for we perfectly well know that a considerable time will be required to enable him to re-organise the force under his command; we hope and trust, however, &nbs...

Publication Title: North Australian, Ipswich And General Advertiser, The
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IRELAND. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 1 September 1857

IRELAND. Two letters addressed to the Dublin Evening Post from Mr. James Sudleir, in answer to some state- ments by Mr. James Scully, have been published. In the first the writer says : — "I never owed the   bank or any bank or any bank a shilling, but always had a considerable sum to my credit in the Tip- perary Joint-Stock Bank, and during the run £5000 due to me, which I might have drawn out, or even after Mr. John Sadleir's death. I never had any connection, directly or indirectly, with any one of the numerous speculations Mr. John Sadleir appears to have been mixed up in, or any other speculation. From the moment I discovered in London, late in 1855, the extent of the land transactions he was mixed up in, and railways in England, France, Ger many, Sweden, Switzerland, and Italy, I denounced him in the strongest language I could, for having allowed himself, under any circumstances, to be engaged in so many undertakings, though I had the strongest assurance from hims...

Publication Title: North Australian, Ipswich And General Advertiser, The
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TOTAL LOSS OF THE DUNBAR AND 1123 LIVES, OFF SYDNEY HEADS. Sydney, 26th August, 1857. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 1 September 1857

TOTAL LOSS OF THE DUNBAIl, j AND 153 LIVES, OFF i SYDNEY HEADS. Sydney, 26th August, 1857. For several days past, tbe sad absorbing topic of conversation here has been the calamitous wreck of the fine ship Dunbar, 1400 tone, commanded by Captain Green, during the awful storm ot Thursday night last. You have doubtless heard of this event, of which there are copious details in the Sydney papers ; but as they are necessarily of a desul- tory kind, I shall endeavour to put the de- tails together in a connected and succinct narrative, leaving you to make what use of the details alluded to as your space and conveni- ence will admit. It may be neceseary to premise, for the in formation of such of your readers as are yet unacquainted with Sydney Harbour, that the entrance into it is about a mile in width, be tween two bold and lofty rocks, called the North and South Head. Outside these are a series of precipitous and craggy rocks, some of   them several hundred feet high, with ...

Publication Title: North Australian, Ipswich And General Advertiser, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 8 September 1857

' ; ?' $88 WORTS AUSTRALIAN is.pnblisbed every Tuesday morning, and forwarded to country subscribers liy that day's mail. f ',l': ??'???? ?-? *'!????-; '^'TiwaBi-f '': ?- :?- « '»Fet quarter, in^adyanoe .... 6s. 6d. jPer quieter, ^odit .„,.,. ? 7a, 6d. Single-wimber, sjipenbii. The Quarters will tertnir nate. *h fhe alst:M**ch, 80U» June, 80th Septem* brir, tmij Jllst Beo^nber, at which periods only can reajgna^bir be received. No orders for withdrawal will be'*ttende4.jto unless given in writing. New subscribed w$U' fa clwrgedfrom the date of com. mehciugthttiretftmcription. AdVera«eUi«Mta will b« charged at the rate of . ' ^rjiiMCr.;;,.';,. .......... i o Foiir ,; ^'f... ? ........... 2. 0 ?- ; . =$ii -; .; ;. 4. . ^ , ? a 6 ?-? E}gnt,; ,.;.....,... ,,. ? 3 0 2 ve-y additional inch .;...... 1 0 The number of Insertions jrinst be written on each advertisement, or tuoyjwill be -continueoV^til coun terman^e^and charged accordingly, -f AdvfMls^mentbHflpni: non-subBcribers must be paia...

Publication Title: North Australian, Ipswich And General Advertiser, The
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THE NEW ELECTORAL BILL. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 8 September 1857

TIIB NEW ELECTORAL BILL, (from tie S. M. Herald.) The Ministerial measure for Electoral Reform is now before the country. Criticism on its merits or demerit* we most reserve till we have had more leisure to consider the bearing of its provisions. At present we shall simply state its chief provisions, in order to make it more intelligible to the whole country. It proposes to- divide tho colony into seventy electoral divisions, and to .increase the num ber of representatives to one hundred and four/ The electoral districts consist of counties, some single and some united; of pastoral districts, single land united; of boroughs, single. and united; of me tropolitan hamlets, single and united; and of the city wards separately. Only one district, the county of Durham, is made to return three members ; thirty two districts arc set down to return two inembcrg; and tbe remaining thirty seven districts each return one. The following is the list of the proposed con stituencies, in the order in...

Publication Title: North Australian, Ipswich And General Advertiser, The
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MAILS BETWEEN GLADSTONE AND GAYNDAH. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 8 September 1857

MAILS BETWEEN GLADSTONE AND GAYNDATL Thn following letter was received by Mr. Gill, poitmn.st.er, Ipswich, and boo L*en hawied to us for publieation :— General Post-Office, Sydney, 2nd September, 1867. Rib, — I have to inform vou that a contract hag been entered into between Gladstone and G&yndah, to convey tho mails for the remainder of the current year, in accordance with the following timc-talile. To leave Gnynd«.h every Snnriay, upd arrive at Glsdiitone on the following Wednesday i and, on return, to leave Gladstone on Sunday, and arrive at Gavnduh the following Wednesday. I have tho honour to be, Sir, Tour obedient Servant, I. K. ABBOTT, pro the Postmaster-General. Tiie Postmaster, Ipswich.

Publication Title: North Australian, Ipswich And General Advertiser, The
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THE 93RD HIGHLANDERS. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 8 September 1857

THE 93bd HIGHLANDERS. Any one wlv- has lately seen the. 93rd Highlanders junst'have been struck, by tbe venerable relics of silk and gold which in long discoloured tatters streamed forth from the colour-staffs. These were the remnants of a pair of colours presented to the regiment by the Duke of Wellington nearly a quarter of a century ago. Since that time they have done duty in most parts of tbe world, deposed to tbe vi cissitudes of all climes and weathers, to all the chances and mishaps of the battle-field, till their career of glory culminated on the day when the faded shreds waved proudly in front of the ' thin red- line' at Baiaklava. The Crimean campaign was a trying one to those well-worn fabrics. Al most weekly it has been since necessary to repair them, in order to prevent tbe cherished fragments fulling from the staffs, and in spite of the pride and fondness with which the regiment naturally re garded the banners under which such fame had been achioved, It was evident tha...

Publication Title: North Australian, Ipswich And General Advertiser, The
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NEW IMMIGRATION REGULATIONS. Colonial Secretary's Office, Sydney, 10th August 1857. IMMIGRATION REGULATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 8 September 1857

KEW IMMIGRATION REGULATIONS. Colonial Secretary's Office, Sydney, 10th August, IS57. Immigration Reoixatioss. With a view to facilitate mid encourage the intro duction of immigrants by Bottlers nud others, for employment in tht-ir own' hired sen ice. their selec tion by means of private agency, and their passage in private ships, as weHaB in those chai-tored by the Govcnjmcnt, find also with the intention of holding inducements to pernons resident in tbe colony to send for their relatives or fiiundfi. his E*ccllr-ncy the Governor-General, with the advice of the Executive Council. Iibe been pleased to direct the publication of the following regnlntionR. 2. Auy person resident in the colony, vho tnny be dpfiiroiiK of inti-fiHnciiio1 fr/im tHt» T^nirM^ -Tf inwinni immigrants of any of the cl:isse« hereinafter enume rated, will be jicrraittcd to do soon tke,folloiving terms and conditions : — 1st. By making the following deposits, 'vis:— For each immigrant between 1 and 12 years of : ag...

Publication Title: North Australian, Ipswich And General Advertiser, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 8 September 1857

t0 ADVERTI3EBS. It is wspecttblly requesUd, that Advertisements he sent ln^OT,jii.TEa than 6 o'Clock, Monday Even ing, and that the NDMBER OF INSERTIONS be written on. each Advertisement, or they will be continued until countermanded, and charged accordingly. Advertisements from non -subscribers must be paid for previously to ensure insertion.

Publication Title: North Australian, Ipswich And General Advertiser, The
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ANOTHER CALAMITOUS SHIPWRECK. THIRTY-TWO LIVES LOST. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 8 September 1857

AX0TIIKH CALAMITOUS SHIPWRECK. THinir-Ttro livxs 1.O6T. It is too true that misfortunes seldom pome singly. Ere the sensation occasioned by the Iobs of th« Punbar outside our harbour. had subsided, we have the sad intelligence of a like disaster flff the coast of the sisitcr colonv oT Victoria. The Particulars are briefly as foliuws :— The steamer LaSy Bird left Melbonnie on .Monday, 24th August, for Portland, to which she is a regular trader. On newing-Cape Otway, between eleven and twelve- at intuit, she righted the Champion stijamer. from Pjorfiand to' Melbourne. The vubkvU were then nbnut six/miles . npait. In about half.au hour tho Lady Hird ran into the Champion, the stem of the former- rteauicr cutting its way into the middle --f the suloonot the latter. Captain Hebpmaji rushed on ieck,-jalling aloud for all bands to lower the Lady JStriV-boats, which was speedily done, and - very effort was jnado in put vp the passengers end crew af the Champion. who numbered about sixty sou...

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