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THE NORTH AUSTRALIAN. IPSWICH, TUESDAY, OCTOBER 6, 1857. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 6 October 1857

THE N0ETH AUSTRALIAN. fPSWTCfl, TUESDAY, OCTOBER fi. 1867. We have much gratification in being enabled to Btate that in compliance with the prayer of a memorial to the Secretary pop. Land and Public Woepb, requesting that a Burrev iuieht be made of the hew liue of rdad.frdra Tester field by Koreelah to IpRffich, recently dis covered «ud- reported upou by Mr. MrooD, the Surveyor, instmctious have been forwai-ded to that gantleaian to make an exatnination of the proposed route with as little delay iis possible. Considering the short time that has elapsed, siuce the memorial was transmitted, it is evident that unusual promptitude has beeuj manifested by the authorities, which is as pleasing as it was unexpected, and which, no doubt, will afford much satisfaction to the rbsidents on the projected Hue of road. It is understood that a thorough examina tion of the new line will be commenced an soon as Mr. Wood has completed some further necessary mirvey6 at Myall Greeks where he is at pres...

Publication Title: North Australian, Ipswich And General Advertiser, The
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GREAT PUBLIC MEETING. The following completes our report of the proceedings [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 6 October 1857

GftEA'T PtlctAe1 SflsSti'll^^e1 .TkeJpnowInicou\Mp^QutBiml^iiroce»a, Iqgs at ; tlie mee Hifc« hieh^gigp^^p^ Court House yeeteriay'weeic^-^^jPTW'^T Mr. Maoalisior, in jn^SMKipc'M^iiiion.*^. pressed .his giatinjtt»USu3Mt MR wiri tot the ?{rosstst ;ncglcct, tlie voices 'flO.Wia^CTad l»een nl length hcan) and uttendfed ^'. aBirhe7#niBIUwd. tint thu 'mee'tiiitf. w.it1i.tUoaiw3pBctijli|.p^e|Jtepi of getting thdr.nMuisi^s/^n4^*«|^*4are»Bea, would u»iajnnioii8ly agro^ fe fB^rwoffii|n3ie had Ac honour to ^ropij^ rA'»^^6*J|A||k lier ^ajefety, who had »Jw^y,¥ 4lv^c%mMJffitere«U ?«f Iflfi- subjects 4for life 'VmfcWMB&Pffi. now coucodtifl. Therewi^:.1iojveye£ !Jp.TOiK*n tbi '-«'»?? Vim*} # J8thJ#eaf.nT;|^^aegreo ..r soUthjHtitu#. W^tfr m-r%m^WofihB Sy.lney atid t!io(Jla^»ee«K^JWmWiK^tenaed .that the.v had «)n#P#r£iPi,WJOlMWS- ou a questioi. or this %m, ,tm \WimM i§f v-*t pointed oqt.that rto rnrtjiSVljty^fihft^i^lgflpjoiisfe I.olqers on this^sideOie SOfhjpMy %e^^,artleS who r»,gbt to be ...

Publication Title: North Australian, Ipswich And General Advertiser, The
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PUNCH. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 6 October 1857

HHN9S, tjn** m* **««V &$? Vwiten, nf if, treacbenr,. . . . To believe that ton Ut dtnmriirhen you are onW spiteffl, is « M teeemwr '.„ * T*o8fr-wbo*!liC3r that money o*n flo everythinff aw «B»erally prepared to dp erfrvthlng for money. IVore ana *$&& dindw are the only two thing* which effectually ohange tb;« obaricter of* &?«&. i»lhforr*onrtB«idto)lrMii. ^^ ^ .. *** Experieriee It a fiannel waletooat that -e do fM' think of putting on, tintfl aftei- wolmWcaught i COld'. ???-?..? ? .: t -. ? ? : ..^ VADDfM BB?AKr*flT, LO«C%( ' M^R,- AXD Sut -BB.*--'«e*j#Br-jr-o*fe».*1' ?'['?:.,:. . PWT^JtoeSiM »^s ?*';(WiWii1$*fii!t*— the t*«a»ute whrcb wfTalne ntost we hide. ? - :-+ Tite ? Last fattJt tit BoKScrt.—Live and leam. Mrs. Qruudy, read ftp «#« fashion-paper: you **H always find something new in it*-«6methinB to astonish you, as this extract from fashions for May perbap«:*IlH— -Bofcneto aw b«11 worn Tery open,, thrown, baok «t 4h«-cheekl, and pointe...

Publication Title: North Australian, Ipswich And General Advertiser, The
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SYDNEY Sydney, 29th September, 1857. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 6 October 1857

SYSNEYc: [FBOU OUR COEttESPDBDBNT.] Sydney, 29th September, 1857. The re^clectionB are now obmpletg,;*reBShi. .Toiifg and Murra\' bavingi3a«!i returned sinfcethft dare of my last. There will,^orofrti]e,riiccor^!iiig t| p!i«sout npnearances, he noiniuediinehttothfenrocr&aof the ptibHc niislriess, ntilerfs finjc'/iB. vrastca1 * In iallrinij inetearl of doing, whtch has'hYthcrto'becn asVirt ofji dry rot in ?our'legiBiatlv6'li1fhfr¥r :It'i3idn1y'by piecemeal that we learn the intentions of tlienew Ministry through their hustings' spuechen. l^hcy all, however. Rgt^e In one titiljit ftg rogftrdsthe Lund Questiohi— tlist the pl-oSenl h-ildin^%t°ihe sqWtters arc to be respected, by wllotvJn'g Iftnsen to ~\\w\ out, but nono -will be her«artuii^fanteH«u Wie^ame torais. 'Jt should never be fofedften.'^fsirtid Wr. Murray), 'by those to whom the Government -of riicIi a coun try ns this was cntniRted, tlirtt tiki!1 pfrcat object should be to people it; And this reiglit easily he done by r...

Publication Title: North Australian, Ipswich And General Advertiser, The
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LETTERS TO THE EDITOR. THE NATIVE POLICE FORCE. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 6 October 1857

LETTKRS W ^lIKEBrrORi ,T«RNHA'«T« yOr.l€JB FOJtOE. ?'? 1 .'Bik'^f Mtp'-thfl 'cfifiJKs't ?ttf»rtf»rt-1iBtty, 9p' my ?rtunV frotii piirsn*h+'kiipiirtf Hfr -$\if-.l|tfiu'ieB,Jt0 !)iis ivcr il-e l«tter \\%iv\\' npjaetirbi 'tVy^i^f J^n- nil bT h-Mrk '-ttHorg A^pn'rty. nf 'lilnijt i ' »v ifl^ftuf nni s pbj' Mfl^%jm'i»irtr. T ntfcfygMilu&tljin -lpc|»W t}wrrtiit)»VistiitfijnentySrefffosg Fa1|«lioKr|».' ' !'?'' ' ?'tti*'fiic».ii f'tififliB liMe-T 4rMl'hr1jil0y~')itoi«i«fii1'' lows:— About flu- J5tli Jiifle last % sr/ivVd atHJr, Frnsef's station, »-fe,w diy a #f^iBfP,ut«ige tnen tiotit^ii^^-.S^deman'sletteriajibeenAttempted. On Jlr. Fr«ser Infprqiing nie, t^at hft tpought tha blacks Uaa made off Jhto tne.brpken country adjoin ing their run, I immudialeJy.stBtted op their tricks which I quickly disooveretl in the neighbourhood; on running these tracks lip 'for '4 ot J J4lleB I heard tjie black* cpp}hg;,iis':tbe BRrup, wsi;|n this part very dense I pre/erred -riding round In order to me...

Publication Title: North Australian, Ipswich And General Advertiser, The
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VARIETIES. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 6 October 1857

VARIETIES. A Clergyman was rebuked by a brother of the cloth for rooking. The culprit replied that he nsod the weed moderately. '.What do yop call moAt rately?' inquired the other. ' Why, sir,' said the offender, ** one cigar at a time.* The editress of tbe New York Lttdit? RrpotUory, talking about kissjng, says :— 'Kisses, like faces of philosophers, vary. Some are u hot as coal fire, some Sweet a* hopey, some mild as milk, some^asff » less us iong»drawn soda, Stolen kisses are w|d:to have more nutmeg and creonj than any other sorts.. As to proposed kisses, they are not liked at*ll.' ' . The wttthead Obiener bad two anecdotes apropos, of the comet :— A maid servant at Shields got holi-, day, a few days ago, for to-day (tbe 18tb of June),] 'that she may be drowned by tbe comet -beside tier mother!*' Last night (J«jne |2) wbenjnanuna was: putting her spn to bed, he inquired if the comet would come before morning? ' Oh, child,*; aaid she, ' you need not be afraid of tbe comet, bnt' sl...

Publication Title: North Australian, Ipswich And General Advertiser, The
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PRODUCE CIRCULARS. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 6 October 1857

PRODUCE CIRCULARS. The supply of wool this week has been below an average, and few brtlcs have been offered at auction. The arrivali) have been principally to complete pur chases made early in the season*. A f«iv bales «f the new clip hnve appeared, 'the salea of which have been private. Prices remain nominallv the same at last reported. ?Taux»w.— This tnnrkct h«s boen abundantly sup plied, undjcousiderable sales have been made'; but. there not existing such extreme demand for ship ment, prices have not boon inaintnini-d. an& nrr- nlmiit U. per cwt. lower than this day \ceek. Sh«fpskt!id have come forward in large quantities, and the whnlu have met rttady mH'chasers at full rates. Hides.— There is no improvement to iintc, huttlio decline appears to lie arrc&tuil. Riid the whole of the quvntlty rtfvreA, excoL-dJ!ls 1700 in n'.vtibftr, whs sold at prices the same as last week. Some private contracts have bzen luads at auction quotations.' 5t0ck and Statios-B:-^ Althoug...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 6 October 1857

rr^HE undersigned having returned to the District, JL requests . that all ACCOUNTS against the Station of GRANTHAM may be forwarded on or before the 20th OCTOBER uert.'. ' ' ., W. M. DORSET. Ipswich. Sept. 20, 1867. ; TO STAND THIS SEASON, At'Masy?alb, ' ji: .'champion' ^?^r. ? A TOBT Powerful Black Draught W^BffiA Horse, 'five Tear* old, itands 17 ?-?; f'BSD-EL-K£J)ER,n -*' A Grey Arab,. of the highttt caste, Fire Years old, 16 hands high. T£Bxa :— j65 6s. per Mare, for each Horse ; every oare takes, but no responsibility incurred. , These Magnificent Homes have bo»n imported by the undersigned, ihe one from England and thebther from India; they may be seen any day on applica tion at . Mary vale, where spacious JfcddDcks are erected for the accommodation of Mares. A. WIENHOLT. Darling Downs, 26th Sept., 1857. To Stand at Southfield, near Ipsvnoh, g^ The thorough-bred Entire Horse EJWkiiui- vagrant. . M/4Rhh« TermB for each fiinj&B Mare, tfj-*' jftr £3 8s. ; for two or Ipore...

Publication Title: North Australian, Ipswich And General Advertiser, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 6 October 1857

TTMPOUNEEt), at Warwick, by order of C. B. X Daveney, Esq., from Canning Downs' Run ; trespass, -5d.^aud driving expenses, 16s. each: — Bay Mare, No. M nears-shouldor, two bind feet white, star on forehead; - Dark Baj Filly, like AH near-shoulder, block points; . , .„..,, Cbosnut -Colt, DC near-shoulder, filnd feet white, blate down the face i ? ? Brown Fill;-, M near -shoulder, black points ; Brown Horse, R near-shouldor, star on forehead ; Brown Uor.se, H near-shoulder, black points, large star on forehead ; - ? Black Fillv, like IS. near-shoulder, star on forehead, two htnd feet white. Tf not claimed, to be sold on MONDAY, the 19th OCTOBElt uext. HENRY MITCHELL, . POONDKEEPSH. Warwick, Sept. 25, 1857, LOST. £1 REWARD EACH 1 17 ILL be paid by tbe undersigned for such in T T formation as will lead to the recovery of the following Horses : — : A ROAN FILLY, branded M near shoulder, 3 years old, long tail. A Large BAY HORSE, black poiuts, branded PF near -shoulder, B off shoulder. CH...

Publication Title: North Australian, Ipswich And General Advertiser, The
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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 6 October 1857

MARRIAGE   At Dalby. on the 28th instant by Mr F W Roche, district registrar, George Williams, of Dalby, bookbinder, to Franoes Clon, spinster, of said place. DEATH. At his residence, Drayton, on the 30th September, Mr. Charles Mason, aged 29 years deeply regretted by all who knew him.          

Publication Title: North Australian, Ipswich And General Advertiser, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 6 October 1857

WM. HgNDSSJ? f ^ BEGS to call the intention -of Ladle* to biF STOCK OP FANCY GOODS.' how open, -which, for variety and excellence, sur pass anything he has hitherto shown in Ipswich. WM. HENDREN HAS to announce the arrival of a second parcel of NEW AND SEASONABLE GOODS, per steamer Tarra tarn: — PiukJ3ky and Royal Blue Electoral JFlannels, foi **S5?1^^genifismeli*s summer 'coats and shifts Brown Drill. \ White Duck, I ? Military Moles, -for trousers .l ftu«*jrDo&, ) ?. ? Black Russel Cord, '.-'T \ .Bla-kFwnch Double Twill. \ ? White Linen, -- for coats Light Fancy Tweeds, ; Blacfc Broadcloth 'White, Brown, and Grey Cotton Half-Hose Merino, Lambs' Wool, and Cotton Vests and Pants White, Linen, and Coloured Fancy Shirts ' Black and Fancy Silk Handkerchiefs and Ties Braces and Belts Shirt Studs and Fartey Vest Buttons PaxtonandSardinian Linen Collars (all rouud) ; White. Black, and Coloured Kid Gloves. Together with fivery article of Clothing necessary _ .for a Gentleman's Comp...

Publication Title: North Australian, Ipswich And General Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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WARWICK. Warwick. Sept. 29th. 1857. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 6 October 1857

WARWICK. [FROM OUR CORRESPONDENT] Warwick, Sept. 29th, 1857 A magistarial enquiry was held here to day by A. D. Broughton and A. Weinholt, Esqrs,. J.P's touching the death of Mrs. Bridget Berkman the wife of Mr Marcus Berkman, storekeeper, whose body was discovered by Mr. Edward Anderson, wheelwright, who was out early on his business, about quarter past 5 o'clock,this morning, lying jammed   under a trap door leading into a cellar recently completed to hold spirits, attached to the store. and forming part of the verandah. For some years past           Mrs. Berkman, as is well known, has been suffering under an infirmity of intellect, and it appears her brother, Mr. Patrick Fleming, of the Down's Inn, had taken her to bed about or after 10 o'clock last night, from which, being more unsettled than usual, she had arisen and was rambling about the house until about 4 o'clock this morning, when Mr. Berk- man a...

Publication Title: North Australian, Ipswich And General Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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FEARFUL SCENES AT ALLAHABAD. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 3 November 1857

PKABFtJL SCRVRS AT ALLAHABAD. ' ;The fnllowipg are extracts from a letter written T-y..a missionary at Bi-nsres, whence he vtn obliged to -fly:*— 'And now I bave a t.tle fnlFof harrnra to tell ybn of what happened at Alkhabad. (lod erant It may bo eaaagerated ; I fear it is too tmc. Ixjt ft 4tir np onr Rn-rlish friends tn send ns, with tbe frtmost expedition, the troops we en urgently re qnire. On Saturday evening last, the 3rd Oude Cavalry and 6th Native Infantry rose and destroyed the bridge °f boats, and murdered every European they emild find. Out of seventeen officers at mess at 9.80. fourteen of tbem were butchered by 9.40, bv The mutineers and mess^gnnrd. And this is a reel, ment.that volunteered to go against the Deflii rebels 1 Many of elm poor residents bad left the fort on account or the intense heat and the apparent security or everything. Thu mob and Cutthroats rose with the soldiery. They burned one whole family, from grandfather to grandchildren, alivul Others they ki...

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THE KING OF OUDE. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 3 November 1857

THE KINO OP OUDE. Not a break in the monotony «»f disaster, not a rloani. as yet, of sunshine above or around ns. The Government are fueling their way by experiment, « pmo«ss not »o nsefnl. nerhaDs. in nnlitim «? in science, since the first results are usually thrown away. Could thev bave been perauodrtd, Bt the outset, that b rebiillinn had to be dcfiU with, tliiiin tntsrht by thin time have worn a diflPrrent aspact: hut we believe they have ftllon in with tha (renemt oniaion at last. There oroaigns nnw tbat the pra. vltyef the orisi* Is really apprequnded ; we have y«t to see If it will be irrappled.frtth and overcome. Trtm an early date the popular instinct connected the deposed King of Ondo with tbe revolt. The bjilk of the sepoys in the B-nrrs' cmyara recruited from hit dominions, where they enjoyed privileges of graat value, which have been swept away Mum the country was annexed. Their status as soldiers in the service nf the paramount power gave tht»n importance, which was ma...

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IRELAND. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 3 November 1857

IRELAND. , The legal proeeeilinitfs in the great Coielotigh will ease have been brought to a cl.*o. in A way wljich is said to be satisfactory to both parties, At th« dose «f Mr. Whitsidu's uneeeh on »h- istH «r .tnl* B compromise was entured into. The following is an outline of the terms:— Mrs. Bftyse gets the. .money lodged in court, amounting to apwardd of £2Q,00(-. and her jointure. Mrs. Bosshorough Coldough gets Tint^rn Abbey and tbe estates, valued at £8000 a-year. Mr. O. II. Stoftre )ss\ied an address to the electors f Oalway a few days affo, but it Is stated that |:,., ftaramea retired from the contejit. Sir Thorns Beamgton baa canvassed the elector*, and it is believed that thore is littts or no doubt of his suc cess. CaDtain Foster tnmia (VirtvsWl nnnj:»:»nnii.. to oppose Sir Thomas Beflington. He will aland. he says, only in the event or Colonel PreiichXcli ning a contest. In the meanwhile) the issue of a writ for (ralivay has been suspsnded. ? : A repwt is in circulation...

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IMPERIAL PARLIAMENT. DIVISION OF THE COLONY OF NEW SOUTH WALES. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 3 November 1857

IMPERIAF. PARLIAMENT. DiTistow or tije Cnr-osT or Krw Sodth ~Wales. Sir J. Pahineton, onthe24rd of July, asked the SMrotary of State for the Colonies whether any dedston had been eome to hy h*r Majesty1* Govern ment on the sntitect of deteshine from ih« nnlnn* nf New South Wales any portion of tbo northern territories thereof, and forming the same Into a separate colon* ; and if any sneh deoinion h*4 been male, where the snnthern honndsry of mtcn hew ttotftny was 'to be drawn : and whether In- respect of any portions of sneh new colony as wire sUnatcd between tbe 80th and 80th degrees of aonth latitnde, petitions from the inhabitant hons«holderg of the territories so situated na-t been presented to htr llaj'iitj, asroquired by the statute 13andieVie~ o. 59, *. S4* m oritr to enable her Majesty to inclnde Huch territories in tbe new colony? Whether am sond tions had bevn imposed in order to prevent souviets being wnt to such new calony? What pro 'wion IiimI been made as to the form o...

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STATE OF THE MADRAS PRESIDENCY. "Combined Field Force Camp, Residency Compound, Nagpore, June 19. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 3 November 1857

BTATE OP THR MADRAS PRESTDT5NOY. (Lcttbb rnou xn Oftices or tub Madeas Hobbb Abtxixert.) 'Combined Field Force Camp, Rnsidonoy Compound, Nacpnre. June 19. 41 These are stirring times. On Saturday, ISth. at midnight, the alarm wn« sounded at Knmptefl, and onr tronp was ordered tn proaaed iuimiidintely to SeetnhnldoH nn fluid mirvJiw iu«nni»non!iu1 k» »™_ : «qnadrons or tbe 4th Madras Cavalry. We were ?endy in next to nn time, and were on the kpot before daybreak. It apj-oared that at eleven p.m.. a rmoDer of the Vmriwnv. In«ttiil«r Pavninr U.A i.~~~ ? onn^ht temperiiit; with certain sepoys of the Irra ^ulw lufantry Regimitnt. and trving to rtir np a mutiny, hy tellinu them that '*tho sUndard of Halmmet' was t« be raised in the city of Naroore at miitnigbt: that all Massnhrians or the city were t*i rise and kill the Feringhee Kafirs (Rnmpeah infidels); and that on a certain signal (a firs' [balloon) from tbo city, the Irre^nlar Cuvalry were to murder their officers, and Join in the ge...

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THE MILITARY REBELLION IN BENGAL. THE OUTBREAK AT BENARES. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 3 November 1857

tSE WLLT&R.Y REBELUOir Iff BEITGriL. THB OUTBREAK AT BRttARBS. Tlie following lottor written by a youtii or 18 from Benares, gives a very graphic dusoriptinn r.f the struggle at that plaoe for stipremncy between the native and. European soldiery :— .., , , 'Benares, Jnne 10. 'Yon will have heard before this of ail'tlio inn *ini«s in India, and amongst thorn of that here.- I «nd this by Marsailles, that yon may. get it qnibker for I know yon will bs anxious on hearing what hue noeurred at this phoe. W«s are nil at the Old Mint in *flfety, tbft ohIj Bnropeftn officer killed 03re bnin? Captain Guise, of the Bohzal Irracrnlar f!a»a1r.r On the evening of tht» *th. abont Bve o'olook. the bonror came in from the bazair, B*ying that jthi 87th Native Infantry were going to tnntiuy. A ivery-s able keeper dose by prosimcd to send * mggy across for Mrs. ? . Wbila we wnra wait [ ing for it, we heard a rattling wllay from tlie sitpov lines, and then tremendous firing fcoxi the three gnus....

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVAL. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 3 November 1857

SHIPPING INtELLlGENjCE. ARRIVAL; ? Octoper 31.— Booinerang, steamer, -0()tons, Oapt. O'Reilly, from Sydney -October 27, ianiJ Kemwstfc October 28. Passengers-^Mr. P. Leplie. Mr. Jame/ Hunter. Mr. C. Hunter. Mr.1 .T. Pitrtor ':-HHr H Attrjjl, Mr. Brayg. Mr. R. Smith. Mr. G. L. Cbavey! Mr. Kenucdy, Mr. Lockhart, and 28 in the steerage. DEPARTURE. Oetober 26.— YarraYWra, Bteamcr, fiiQO|tonp.JCapt. Bell, for Sydney. JPapsisngers— Mr. Justice Milford, Mr. D. PeiTier. Mr. J: Markwell. Mr.8. Mehan, Mr Hanmer. Mr. JR. 8. W«rry, and MUb Fattorjui. The Roomernng will leave for Sydney on Wed nesday, Nov. 4th. at 880 morning.' She ejcperieneed Bf rong head winds and constant rain, with a : very heavy -ea since leaving Newcastle. She reports having seen the Yarra Yarra off the Brothers, oh the 19th pet., goin^to the soutlnvard; also the Wnratali. off the Jlicbmond, on Oat 80. going to the eonth ward.

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Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
LETTERS TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 3 November 1857

LET'm^ ffTOE^RTO^: rhe HJflitor initjus it'to be undefiiooi, that white eberf . riatonabit idtiS^0i'k0fp^,'fie tpih mtXdtn^ftf Mmieif tfith:famiiiQii-! expfetirSMh iheyoMip&hfr ince puhliihrd tn-iMs Jmir^nl: '' Jill letters which appear tiyhr fits rfta^tng -fye written 4jf.jparft4r;«» ttrtlffiivmme'dttd Wtifvite niatingetiiehlvjrfte.Jbper.l ? Bin, — Your issue .prTi»esday;con-aius aiiieffeut ccitaluiy niotttsxti-uprdinarj' s|fetcli«f;a poUce-caseL ?\vhich' was adjudicated at IVsytbii 011 the 46th J11-; Ktaut, in wliich the uixlerpijju'-d wasxoinplainant and Mr. Stephen Mohan defendant-. I thinky Sirf you willagr*8'*^* *n°- *'?«* .''1'W' pF.nUepicntMi dcrtake tue dntj -of reporting pplice and othejj. matters, they should avoid «i« inacli as- posarbj*; giving gavblfcd and tx parti statement*.-- Hadypur intelligent Drayton correspondent acted upon thj^ principle I should have been tparud the pain of tbUb publicly cbntrtdicting a btatemeut -of ..his,; ^rpicH ippeai-u iii his let...

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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