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TO C0RRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 17 November 1857

TO OOEBESPOSDENT6. WttKrss iliCiWBEB.— U unavoidably postponed until our next.

Publication Title: North Australian, Ipswich And General Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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[?]OWN LANDS SALE. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 17 November 1857

CC0WX ILAXDS* SALE. A sale of Croiro lands took place st the Court Honsc on Thursday, tie 12th instant, when 45 snb nrlKin lots were offered; and disposed of, after much competition. The Cr.-t lot is situated in tbe county of Churcbill, the remainjnjr 45 in tlie county of Stanley, and arc mppnsed to abound with coal- The sttcsdasce van sat quite «o numerous as at tbe last *alc . sud tbe di&erent lots ranged from a trifie above the o;-sct j.rice of £5 to £40 per acre, which is 5 per cent. less than on the former occasion. The first a-^ii last lots fetched very high prices : — Lor X. S. P. Furefaawr. Anumut. 1 23 S 30 Patrick Casev . £190 12 2 2 0 S 14 P. O'Sullivan 5 0 fl 3 D 3 35 same £ 16 11 4 10 0 srrae 16 IS 0 5 1 0 15 same 22 1 2 -B ? I- 10 Maria C.H*v 511' 6 7 10 3 ' P/O-SoBivai £12 6 8 1 1 S3 Samuel M'Cormack 22 16 11 9 3 0 7 John Blame 61 17 U 10 1 0 11 same 22 7 6 U 1 3 -2 same SO I 8 !??- inn Jnln. ItkA «a n c 13 2 1 14 Joseph Gibson S3 H 6 U 2 2 6 Thomas J. Elliott...

Publication Title: North Australian, Ipswich And General Advertiser, The
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THE NORTH AUSTRALIAN. IPSWICH, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 17, 1857. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 17 November 1857

THE 1TOE.TH HifRTR. Af.TATg' . rrswrcn. Tcr£soAr. xoyember 17. issr. We deeply regret to state that the murderous career of tbe blacte who infest the Upper Dawson River lias not yet been stay^, aud we are uuder the paiuful uecessity -of giving pub- '? licity U- anotlier massacre of four men at thej station of Mr. Joseph Kiso, which ead event ' took place about & week after the des'.ructioa ot tue pbasee tatnily-, and tbe otuer iinrorta uate perso&s at Horuet Bank. We are unable, at present, to narrate tbe particulars of this shocking event, but ire finr that the intelli gence furnished by our Diuvtou correspondent which appears in an adjoining column is too true. It is greatly to be apprehended that we have not jet learned the worst of these diabolical outrages, And that we shall have to chronicle weekly fresh mnrders of our fellow countrymen by the rutiiless savages, chose ajipetite for blood seems to increase in pro -I portion to the number of their victims. Our' c...

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LOCAL AND DOMESTIC. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 17 November 1857

LOCAL ASD BOKEStlC. Catti-e FncvENTios &-}c~ At 'the 'Poiicc-Office. vn Weilnesday. Mr. George Mark was summonei before the magistrates, charged1 willi illecslir nsioj » red bullock, branded AS »n tbe near ribs,' at tin instance of .\rtljnrSteirort, tlie own-*i* of tlie animal. Fhe cmnplninant stated that he was a cattle-ownes irwidins ;a tliis town, and that on Wednesday. cb-- i3th ultimo, he saw a team of bullofke with one of the alrive brand Sn Ipsvieh. and that lie had not civen permission to the defendant to jrnrk him. The animal outside the Court was Jih propsny, and he bad never missed him until be eav iii:n in tiie team. Three tritnesses identified tie boljoek ns tlift property «f th« complainant. For the defence. St *ras coatended tbat the aniir.nl was the propertv of Mr. Andrew Scott, who had given tlie defendant Authority to use it. The mistake (if aur). Jimrerrr. ?P'jKht-cI to have oripiiiaud in a similarity of brands. T\,f IV-ncb ciinvict-rd rlipdcfcodnnt on-i o...

Publication Title: North Australian, Ipswich And General Advertiser, The
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SYDNEY. Sydney. November [?], 1857. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 17 November 1857

SUJSEY. pTEOJf OTIl OOBEESPOKDEKT.1 ? Sydney. Novembers, 1857. ' We are now about to t«Kt what the colony.can do n the Troy of pcoriding a -mailHibip for fjipiand. iillierto, thongh now and then a pood passage baa been made- the poiftal service is nothing toUo&stof. The ' pomf ol steamer, Citg cf Sydney, lias been chartcned for ths parpose -jf-*ravering tLoomii to Snez tb»morrov niornia?. and a* ire Uave had mneh Biperieoos of her good qualitie* we aopir ftquii* ruotoJSne*. , _ ' The f^giMsSve Auramhly lias ordered ? call of the Hotue tor *be J8th jjurtan^, to dbcsw the land qnestiOA^iOtte of the TOOSt JDiputaQt measures, as regard»-3ie«de«jiil-»ccapationpfCro»r»ituuiii.riiat. ev^-mraaintrodnced. V v ,. . .'t The ejection fw tbe KorthaiBb«rUsd boronpli', to snpplr Die racancv in tte Xco»laid«» iuemMr, DcacEioned%tte4ea^«f Ur.ik-bet^JiicJioIis,took. place last tneeje. i5iej|iB Jra»» «edc»od wsek joonte*t rpdtea fe*|^^^»irVi^««»5»onr of tae^iniier.* * xheCutain taroaten^; sicc...

Publication Title: North Australian, Ipswich And General Advertiser, The
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LETTERS TO THE EDITOR. VERMEOLOGY. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 17 November 1857

LETTERS T^ THE EDIf 0R, . . VEBWEODOGI. - ; - ? ---^- '''?-?? Srt^YOTrissne^ISth October, containB»:3eHer to which, is attached the ominoM «fia»tore »*i^ ?' SueolBgist.' .' . --. ,.-. ?*; ?- ~. ?.?'??? ?- . ? %¥h»t a Termeoln^st tnar,ifae 1 do not ?ftaSj»-'*''- psredti flcSnclmt I liave tiro iacaaeo tiie enWe^' upon which I shall be £hd to thaxe ^oartunjSm^m tiiat of «ar person «ios» d^fiBBl'^thaSSgllW title Iiira to offer one. .. .- . ., — -'^ T!oth the etymoloey of the »nri. ana ilaadcmriaD u a ko» distant in expressing Hr. Bitdclcyi tot- . pured itbemtiotia from troth, itxp^a taeatmiii^fJ vritU the belief Uutt it ueanE «.|ni&ter up of waimf or vermin of some sort; and on this view of the case I must congratulate yonr correspondent upon liis choice of « lovbriguet, so just, that its inelegance it scarcely a blemish. . My other idea on the subject is founded npon a statement made by, this ctodent of worms, in (he course of his researches, to' the following effect : namely.—...

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DRAYTON. Thursday night. November 12. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 17 November 1857

DRAYTO.V. -FBOS OITP. COEBESrOXDEST.! Tliiirsdav night. November 12. Widi deep regret I hasten to inform you that the Myall Creek mailman, irlio lias just arrived iutovru. bnaazbt tlie meUoehnlr intelligence of farther lirutai murders by the blacks, viz.. that of four individuals us die station of Mr. Joseph King, distant about 25 miles from Taroome. l'(iper Tian-Eon. I have Eince made inquiries, and find this statement to be too true. Nothing of importance has occurred io onr Soirn s'np and district during the past week. The wm [aer#s vnasiiaijy svarm jor cue time or year, ivincii I fear iviil bare injurious effect on (Kir crops, unless ?re are soon ruitcd by moderate rain. lumbers of teams have passed to aad fro lately, loaded with wool and stores; but carriage still remains blgli. Shearing is in full operation on the Downs. I might mention that Mr. William Tnraer. of Helidon, ha« disposed of the whole of his present clip at tbe rate, of 2s. per 1b. : this woo], I am in formed, wa...

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SEPARATION-BOUNDARY QUESTION. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 17 November 1857

SEPAEATICS.— BOUSDaBT QUESTJOK. .' The subjoined letter has been poiitelv handed to as for publication : — ?'Sraney. KovcroberTrli, 1S57. 'TjO H. II. COCEBCEK. ESQ, OaUKJIiK OF XBE , iffiWICCI COMWTTEE. . ° . . ' SrE,— Tn the absence of Mr. Sanaeman, 1 beg io inform 5011 that Sir. Eichardson and myeclfisd tbe ' (Joneral the memorial 40 tbe Qneeo .'agreed to at *- public morting beU in jour town some rime ago, not unly thankingper Majesty Sir tfc boon of Sepa ration, bat also proteetiag against soy otber bound- . -uy tliaa that sa. plainly pointed oot at the 30th degree of south latitude. . ? 'The prominent Tporrious of *ho loemorlal were , briefly brought imderjiis Execlle»cj'« notice, when we were iafiirtaed flbat the same would be trans, ? mitted tn ln-r Jlsjestvk}- the mail to be despatched ' on the 5 Itii instant br the Citj/u/ Syixev U- Sncz. 'I may frarlicr sdi tiwt in thecouraeof &eeoo- veitsation the Uovcrnor^5ebcral remarssd tiiat he oiuld ivbitiutnobopecir tbecante...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 17 November 1857

TBE lfOBTB AUSTRALIAN is published every Tuesday morning, and forwarded to country subscribers by that day's mail. . . ; ; .y-^ag^C^?,^; -. . - . yypiB^ ? t.. .. , Per quarter, in advance .... -fe-tid. ' l'erbnarter. credit ? 7s. 6d Single number, sixpence. The Quarters -wSl termir nate on. tlie 31st ibich, SOth June, *th Septem ber, and 31st necember, at wbich periods only can resignation %e recelvea. - Ko orders for witiidrawat will be attended to unless given in writing. New subscribers will he charged irom die date of com mencing their subscription Advertisements will be charged at tbs rate of s. d. Two lines ? 1 0 Four „ ..., ? S 0 Six „ ? 2 C Eight „ ? SO Every additional eight lines .. 10 ' Tbe number of insertions mnst be written on each advertisement, or they will be continued until coun termanded, and charged accordingly. Advertisements from non-subscribers mnst be paid for previously tn ensure insertion. All Orders and Comrannicationn to be sent to the, KnrroB, «r to B. J...

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DALBY. Dalby. lOth November, 1817. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 17 November 1857

BALBY. «j».;-utf*'I^1«fBlH»H»-il'*OIB iCOnSBSPOXUEST, 1 IMbr. lOrh Sovewber. 3M7. Cxi-jst, -k*& UeU here to-diiy before diaries Coseii, E» J. and Snides Foster. K«i- J.P, (or die purpose of investigate' tbe ease of Wr. James IIrill,'fi«tc cleii of tUi* Bench) whn stood cliarped bv Chief Coafctilile li»fit»ngu6V wirti liKvio^. on tl:e'l«t dar dayirf AKgoMlaBt. iorjiod a cheque wi Jlr. F. W. Bache fnrtbe s«ai of £1 Mi. 94. The -lcfdiiilauf -Viis nm^ted at Brislmns on the Stli of October, and rc njdoacfl to iuiuc iienca Jar tri-l. Tlie cuse nss to nave !-««i beatdihwe on -Saturday the Slst «lt_ but wsj aijoonjed no account of tbe'nnn-sttetidanca uf A. W. Jl^iuinp. Esq.. VX.. wli»wss expwted iohe present, «s the in&trnuttion irirs laid before him auJ lie also {crmntedtbeWBmiir for Hi. Hall's apprehen sion. When tins csae -was Jjrttrdto^ay there were a Imtaijer of witnesses - x»mi::td na tlie part of tlie Cmsru. *ad not the digtetig evidence could Ue ad dnee3 to substanti...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 17 November 1857

^Ea«-29. Tjte BOOttEBAJSTG will lean Bris 35^?*. bane for Sydney, on-FttTOJUT Morn ? J^^^^^' ing neit, the 20th instant, ^9. Jum. .- ?? ? '- '{':' '-Agents, ? Ipw**, November 16,1857.. ; ; » = ; KOTICE. - * GEOKGE WEIGHT. Fancy Bread and Biscuit Baker, Late ?Wjctus, Brisbane Street, opposite Mr. Sondrerden's Store, BEGS to inform ins friends and the public in general, tint he has taken that old established . shop. »herelM- hopes by strict attention to business; and & thorough knowledge of tbe trade in all its Tnranchevto share » portion of their patronage. Wedding Cakes sod Pastry made to order on' tbe shortest notice. . ...... ? ?*~HoVBotls every morning at 8 o'clock. Bans -and Biscuits fresh from the oven at 10 - 'tfetodc ? Dinners can-folly baled. Scots' Chnrci, Ipswich. ttvhb scots* cbtrecH.. ipswich. win b. X Opened aRairi forPublie Worship on SABB4.TB - vNEKX.22n5KdjESSPEB.at the usual hours. - ' Ipswich. Subscription library and Beading Soobl Pbsstdest — Charles Georg...

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVAL. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 17 November 1857

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ABBIVAL. Korember It. — Boomerang, steamer, 400 tans, CapUin O'Reilly, from Sydney November 11 A, and Newcastle November 13th. Passengers— Ber. Or. Kelson. Mr. H. M. Jackson. Mr.S. Mehan. Mr. B. S. Wairr, Mr. Steirart. Mrs. Adams and chita. Misses Adam»,Mra. Sinclair. Mrs. Stewart, and 25 in the tteerage. . DEPARTURES. Kovembta- ll.^-Oarence, Kteaui^r, 400 tons, Can lain Wilson, for ;Sy-liiey. PaSseneere— Rer. W. Dore, Mr. Beben Beech. Mr. J-itb Hay, Mr. Robert Wright, Mrs. Wright, Mr, \Y. Campbell, Id» Barton, and five in the steerage. Kovember 12.— Sarah, brig, 120 tons, Captain, firth, for Sydney. ' ? The Boomerang experienced head winds all ihe passags. On Sorember 12 she pagBed the steamer Grafton off Port StepUens bonnd to Sydner; «a So remheti3 |uuned% uteaeqer off Uie rjojjtury J^Unds l-oairfto^-ei^«wiirt V-m^fo'5nbaf It paased * witalingbriijcniuiojolfJroqnt WarninK; also saw the ship Blenheim, and the brig Sarah both, boapd to Hie sonthward off Point...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 17 November 1857

fSOBEWABJB. \OTOliEV from Ipawich,.wi Thursday Ust, Tm O KASTGAJROO POTS (mile »nd female). «£? ?ekv-blac colour. £2 Bewud «01 be &ren on their -dcliverv to Sir- CLTTXB, OUn Csstie Hold. 'Ipstvtch. or £20 on conviction of the thief Ipswich. .November 11th. 1857. £S REWARD. f OST, near Ipswich, in September last, a BED jLi BCtLQCK.witu wfute spots, brand GOG oear *ibs, and JG near-ribs. STBAYED HOUSES. A BIG BAY-'HOSSB of the following descrip tion is now running with ray liorees at Willow lank. Vix_ branded B on. the near shoulder. Ako. «CHKSNDTHOHSE. branded WHon the near shoulder, tiWt && witU collar marks, »nd one Mnd foot white . Any person owning the said Horses can obtain possession of them hyapplpnx *- 8» undersigned and paying tte-xpeiise8 ™-dT^fi;g.fiIlA_,II s ' JE10 KEWiBW.- , LOST, from Bandaraba, about June Jait, * CHESNTJT HORSE, branded a ? ? '' -T 11 new-shoulder, Illegible brand over that resembling HC, «ar on forehead, forehead high, aid near...

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SCOTLAND. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 17 November 1857

Scotland. Tlio Ditpiftt Afvertiw rewit-ds the demise of Thomas Pick. I.T..D.'. P.K.A.S.. the well-known inthnr of ?? Thu rthriiitian Philosopher.' and other kiidr-d work«. Dr. Dick was in tin- 8Srd-y«aruf us aije. He eicpued at uroughty-ferry, near Dundee. Tlif undcrtakCiiK catled the Wallace Monument im-ressfs iu interest. Nithscriptions are iintdiinUy (1 iwinx in from th« various colonies and America, i'||.-re so tnsnv Scotchmen are located, tndeed, as this race, a plausible, etymology of whose name is : ?til;*, wau-lerinj; iiati'iu,' ia scattered over the face nf th' crtli. it must be a work of time to realise the exp'Cted amount. No specific sum i« settM. Imt it will, no doubt, tiltiiontely hKch e fignre tmfliei- ntlv Ursre to curry into execution tb« prest tmtimiitl de.Mfni, 'Tl«e Claini' par txulltnit, fitting mciuortnl nf the Celtic hero. At « mwlins nf the rVnafiis Acnfli-micus of the Uuivi-rsit.v of Edinburgh, it xvnn rc«ohed to memo rinlisc 1/ord Pnlmerstoii in favour of a...

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IRELAND. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 17 November 1857

TitELAXn. Mr. Smith O¥ftri n Ins addn-sspd to Mr. 0'Fla.her tv. wlinsn n*0R-it election for Oalwnv has been ri-cl-iri-d void by a committee of the House of Ooin iii't-m. a 1-tter contaiiiiux a very sillv attack on Sir T. R.;ili-i-rton. for having, in his capacity of secretary to the Irish irnvernm 'tit at th« time of the famous cubhiit.'-stnr'li'ii plot, opr-n-d ami ins{-ectcd a porf mn-tjau h ?loiitfiiie t« Mr. O'Brien, tln-n nttniuted of hi ^'1 treason Tlr* ohjiict of this nhaurd farrago i* t\ dinui'* Sfr T. Riilin^toii with the. electors of {JrtlirrtV. whosu suS'ages he- U auliciting for the UMtt elentimi. | Th« Xition nnnmhifics that Mr. Trlitrsm Ite.n n dy, the r-j -cted of I.outh nt til.- last clectidti. £0es down to Msvo under the direct auspices of Arch hiill».p M'llale. | Tlio Dublin Freeman'* Journal records the death of thn Very R -v. Laurence (ieuehnu. preHidcnt --f ttte CNitln-lic rolleg ? of St. Tat rick, Mayuonth, whieh tox»k place lat ly ut thu cullege.

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NATIVE POLICE. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 17 November 1857

NATIVE POLICE. .:.-. . ? '? 'Batman, proud wan 1 ? .frvttta a little t-$er authority: . .Jfoft ignorant oiwhu lien most sstot'4, 1 ' Wii E'.xJwy «wnoc — itkB an anery m ? ? yisj-it inch ftiiUsttc trieU hetore fiitfU heaven i A»-o*k«thte ?ngfl* »»ep. , . -, ?,., ????. . . llKASDBE FOB MEASOM. SiR.-^-yonr bnvlnjr given publicity in yonr issue vf OetoWr 2DA to a letter addressed to Mesar*. Carder, - Sandemaii, Grcfory, mul Halv. xigised E. B. Moriftket. 'Commandant Katlvo Kilice.— a ,li?l.ter;c«lcnliited to act in a most ruinous and pre JudiciM manner townrdw ni-e it- tlie eyes nf erei'y one who to ijjpornnt'.of the rciil facts of the case, — entitles trie, on the broad prlndpIeH vf JWr-f)l«y, to reqneiit yionr ln»ertion of iny version of the ' story in «tt endj niiDjher'oFj-oor influential jomtinl. ' ! RU|-fMHte I sin Justified in coitcliuihip that Mr. JMoninefn letter htot been pnlilinheti by Meiisr«. Cardew fttifl jCo. -m nn ull-Miffielent eimwpr to my letter mliich Bpjteftfed inyon...

Publication Title: North Australian, Ipswich And General Advertiser, The
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LETTERS TO THE EDITOR. VERMEOLOGY. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 17 November 1857

LETTERS TO tfiS EbJ^ffiv VKRMEOLOQy. , Sib,— Your issue of 18th October, contains* letter1 to which is attached the ominous eigfaatui* 'VeN meolngist.' ' ? What a VertneoloD-int mw be T An tint «.--1 »^ pared to define, but fhave two ideas on the subject up«n whlcli I shall be glad to have your opinion, or that of any person whose clnssioal attminmenta en title litm to offer one. - Both the-etymology of the word, and its odoblbti aa a Horn -fi gwrri in exprcsflnK Mr. Buckley?s35. put«d htirn-Ktions from tnith, irhpi«ss me ?tronely with tho belief that it means a hunter up of wormi ort««Nii(tM»f«ame-«nrt; «M?d on tiiis *iewt-f the ewe I must congr^tiihttc S»w correspondent upon hi.. nholiMhf $ loitfriotfet, -ko just, thatiu iuvtegaucti i- scarcely fc blemish. My other idea ftntbe subjvct in founded upon « stutiinoiit; -iiade, by this student of worms, in tin cpottt W'lilis researches, to the following fflfect . ii'Uuuiy,— 'Are ntit tUiyju prnpcitivs up.m Palm Tr-e Crtstlt, nliKre so'...

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EXTRAORDINARY CRIM. CON. CASE. CROYDON, 11TH AUGUST. (Before the Lord Chief Baron and a Special Jury.) LYLE V. HERBERT. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 17 November 1857

EXTiAbttDINARy 'cnhl. COX. CASE. [from the Tin* ) Crovdok; Utu Acohbt. (Before the Lord Chief i^aron and n Special Jury.) LYLR B. HBEBBflT. . . Tl),is *va» fin action .brought by tbo plaiutifi' to recover damnL'es from tU« di-fundant for having sc duced arid iVebiuiclied hi* wil'u. . ? - Thq def,;nd-uit pl^Hilediiot guilty. Mr.- K. .Tuinus. Q.C.,' mid Mr. tlan-kimt were for tbu plaintiff; and Stijoaiit P«rry and- Mr. Preuticr f«»rth'J(d-»W«Utit. :-???? Mr. 3 Amu. -on o;);-iii!i(f tha case to the Jury, fl ii-1 that it %ya» probably ons of the lint of Hie snrau ilt flciiption tliHt \vuuiil, lie brought b«ft-ra a court o) jtWitico. but at pr. s-nt tho plaintiff \mA no otb.'.r \pgn) remtAy for tltu nron^ tliat ho had sustained at th lmndR of- tlie defendant. ? Tliu pUiutiff was « yonn. )M»i) who wait cttrrylngan an itxUnsivp bn6iu''KS « Mil iiphplSterer in.- Chnrhitte; Street, Fitsroy iS'qmiiv : and tlie defcmUnt, who, lia was iuRtrnct^fl. was -. perdou of property, was coiiHihTiiblv ti...

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Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
SCHOOL OF ARTS. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 17 November 1857

SCHOOtTOP ARTS. Sib,— Visiting the north as a stranger, I havt ?hiiervvd «iib aur]-ri*e aiid regret the want of i chool of An*i, oraDeliaUnp Socitty, in .Ipswich Snch institntlona not oil; i«»C b«»t fluuriih in olhei niand tow n« of -ew Soiith Waiek: why abould thi: 'lie poxHt-ss the iiAuU'siiTLblo notoriety vf bring hIidd^ I e only town of any extent without places when ?o'.in! men can Hj-wid their lfinnre liounJ of » veninp in Huch ft manner b* i* likely to lead to moiix mental improvement, instead of being til - nys obligti to resort to a_i-ub!ic-houHe or a, biiliard-ruom fui amuKtment. The Schools of Ait ut Maitlaml, V'u-ts, and Pnrrainatta, . Jnny be pointed ont as exatnplex oi what can be accomplished in -4mh wny even in tn-mall coininnnity. in all cn«eH where cnytiiiiig Imx btieii. done by private eriterprine. the Council has not been backward jn amtiiiting. I feel confident, . from yh»t I have seen nnd heard, that it only want!) to l-e iuirlv otarted in tbiit town to go a be...

Publication Title: North Australian, Ipswich And General Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVAL. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 17 November 1857

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVAL, November 14. — Boomerang, steamer, 400 tons. Captain O'Reilly, from Sydney November 11th, and Newcastle November 12th. Passenger*— .Rev. Dr. Nqlson. Mr. H. M. Jackson, Mr. 8. Wehan. Mr.K.8. Wairy, Mr. Stewart, Mrs. Adams and child. Misses Adams, Mrs. Sinclair, Mrs. Stewart, and 25 in the steerage. DEPARTURES. November 11.— Clarence, steamer, 400 Ions,t3ap» tain Wilson, for Sydney. ?Pmsengerg^-Rev. W. Dove, Mr. Robert Beech, Mr. Lei th Hay, Mr. Robert Wright, Mrs. Wright, Mr. W. 'Campbell, Miss -Barton, and five in the -steerage. November 12.— Sarah, brig, 120 twiB, ^Captain Firth, for Sydney. The Boomerang experienced head winds, all (he passage. On November 12 she -passed the steamer Graf ton off Port Stephens bound to Sydney; ,on No vember IS passed a steamer off the Solitary Islands bound to the southward ^ on November 14 passeA ft whaling brig cruising off Mount Warning'; also saw the thip Blenheim, and the brig Sarah both bound to the southward o...

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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