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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVAL. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 1 January 1856

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVAL. December 25. — Palermo, brig, 134 tons, Gold, from Sydney, 19th inst.   DEPARTURES. ' December 23. — Ramilies, barque, Holder, for Sydney. December 27. — Shamrock, steamer, 250 tons, Paterson, for Sydney. Passengers— Captain Sandford, Mr. Buckley, Mr. Bouverie, Mr. Houghton,     Mr. Chisholm, Mr. Ramsay, Mrs. Noble, Mr. G. Scott, Mr. Willey, and 21 in the steerage.   IMPORTS. Shamrock: 64 packages, Asher ; 27 do., Buckley ; 1 do., Bown ; 12 do., Bartley ; 7 do., Barnctt ; 1 do.. Bank of New South Wales; 1 do., Beattie; 2 do.' Boyland; 2 do., Bell ; 1 do., Bigot and Parkcs ; 2 do., Challenger; 1 do., Clarke; 1 do., Cooling ; 2 do., J. Collins; 1 do., C. Collins; 1 do., Dyson; 4 do., Dorscv ; 4 do., Fleming ; 2 do., Government Resident; 24 do., W. Gray and Co. ; 2 do., Gillespie; 1 do., Given ; 2 do., GaUowav ; i do., Homeland ; 1 do., Bargraves ; 1 do., Bookings ; 1 do., Bannan : 1 do., Innes; SO do.,...

Publication Title: North Australian, Ipswich And General Advertiser, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 1 January 1856

THB NORTH AUSTRALIAN PRINTING OFFICE, East Street, Ipswich. B. J. & A. G. BAYS B EG to announce to the Inhabitants (if Ipswich, andtheMoretonBay district generally, that they are prepared to print CARDS, CIRCULARS, BILL-HEADS. and every description of tmalltype Jobbing at rea sonable prices, with neatness and despatch. Hasten' and Servants' Agreement Farms on Sale. SEDUCED FREIGHTS PpSM^JDNEY TO XFSWXC&L * ? '* \.-*^ ' * '~ .gi.wv, THE AUSTRALASIAN STEAM !SB!j|p$k NAVIGATION COMPANY have fitSBSKyLa^ Seduced the rates of Freights by 'ESSSsSsS tllui)' Steamers from Sydney through to Ipswich from 50s. to 45s. per ton. WALTER GRAY & Co Agents. Ipswich, 21st December, 1655. ' STEAMERS BREMER AND HAWK. jffijLi.*^!. 1^as undersigned l-°g *-- notify that (MpWiJijrSN. they arc prepared to receive WOOL. iMMjajua^''' &c-» f°r transmission to Brisbane, or jEffiaPJggjg^ Sydney, cither by Steamer or Sailing Vessel, at rates as low as those Charged by any other part...

Publication Title: North Australian, Ipswich And General Advertiser, The
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LOCAL AND DOMESTIC. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 1 January 1856

LOCAL AND DOMESTIC. The Election. — In our last we. announced that Mr. Clark Irving intended coming forward as a Can-' didate for the County of Stanley. This is an error which we hasten to correct. We should have stated that he will be a candidate for the representation of the Electoral District of Clarence and Darling Downs. New Buildings. — It is gratifying to remark the progress being made in the extension of tho town by the erection of numerous buildings of more or less imposing apptarance in every direction. The new Presbyterian Church has now been roofed in ; and several substantial brick buildings near to it, one of which, we understand, is intended for a Club House, or first-rate Hotel, is fast approaching completion. Mr. Panton's new store is nearly finished, and the private house adjoining is being fast proceeded with. In the direction of Little Ipswich, and also in the opposite quarter near the Lime Kilns, a number of new dwellings have recently been run up. In fact, on e...

Publication Title: North Australian, Ipswich And General Advertiser, The
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BRUTAL MURDER AND OTHER OUTRAGES BY THE BLACKS AT WIDE BAY. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 1 January 1856

BRUTAL MURDER AND OTHER OUTRAGES BY THE BLACKS AT WIDE BAY. [FROM THE CORRESPONDENT OF THE EMPIRE.] It is with feelings of pain and indignation that I have to record two diabolical murders committed in this district, on the persons of Mr. George Furber, and his son-in-law, Mr. Joseph Wilmshurst, under the following circumstances. They were engaged cutting timber about twelve miles distant from here, at a place called Tenanna Creek ; in the party with them, though working separately, were two sawyers named Crudden and Boldery. On Wednesday, the 5th instant, the two last named, on going to the tent to their dinner, as usual, and finding that Furber and Wilmshurst did not make their appearance, became somewhat alarmed, and in consequence of several indications of bad feeling on the part of the blacks previously shown, proceeded in the direction where they had been working, and it would appear that they had been decoyed by the blacks to some distance, on the pretext of showing them some...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 8 January 1856

TERMS. . , ' The Nobtc Absthmaas is published *VT*y-The»- day morning,- and forwarded to country snbscribeni by that day^e mail. . . ? ». . Per quarter, cash, ? -6s.»6d. ?. ? , . ? £' i ; Per quarter, :W-aii,. .... ; .7. ..**$?& , ?. ., ;' Single numbed suro^iite.'' Th^Quaxters^wiUitenaai nate on -the 81st Hoa^cn, ~o0qi Jtme, *3Gth ' jSepumi ber, and 8lst December, at which perioos only -can resignation be receivocL^JJo ordere for: withdrawal pill be attended .to unless given; in writing. New subscribers .wili.lw charged from the fiate ofxwn* menchig tfaeir sunsaription. . ?' -: ; Advertisements Will be charged sit tho Mite' W ? ?' ' .,.',.?:':???# . , -'--:«.-«A-^--' Two lines, .„...„.,.... ? ,1^0 ; ? -^ Four ?„?„„..;.». .„,..».,,. 20D 'i ¥x „ .................... '*?'* Eight,,' ;.ii....i.i. ? 8./J0 -';??'?. JSye^jaaiaonaliach ........ 1*0 U^r .The«umber of insertions «ust be written bn«aelt Et-troa,.or'td ««SiL Cifc :v^$t£W^jm printers, Nobth AmrftAUis Offioe, Ba«4'iaij*Bt...

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PUNCH. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 8 January 1856

pimsH. Oo-uauiux. Dbvioe.— A financial writer, Who Bppeju-s toJiave wily partially considered his *ub |eot with toferoace to tW Taw oT^mjuid town, Bnimests:&a*«tbBJtold Jal Australia. ouehttoJbe need in *eauetion of ownational a«*t' v ?Thlfi|n. genipus plan for obtaining an advance Tis certainly the newest reading of tlui colonial motto. ^ Advance, Australia,** ' As BVEBT-DAT WoiAi^-The Xaw l jnay Hie coat' pared to a street-fight, at the end of which itis dis» covered that the coats of the combatants are mu»r- -.- ing. The fact is, tlie lawyers, ?wiilBt their clientt were pommeling one another, have quietly walked oft' with them 1 ? Ladies fob Legislators.— There is one very (good, reason why ladies should be eligible for Members of Parliament.. They would afford such abundant fad* lities for pairing off. Education at thb Antipodes— Melbourne iad, according to the last advices from Australia, just opened its University, after a magnificent speech from the Chancellor, .whose...

Publication Title: North Australian, Ipswich And General Advertiser, The
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MISCELLANEOUS. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 8 January 1856

MISCELLANEOUS. The cost of a message by electric telegraph, 'be tween the Crimea and London, is said to be £120. At the sale of the effects of a private gentleman lately deceased, some port wine fetched the startling price ot 16os., per dozen ; wlule iirst-dass snerry was sold at 122s. The Turkish Government is about to apply to European companies for the construction of rail ways, making them concession of tho ground, and the privilege of working the lines. The Princess Royal is described as some inches taller than her mother the Queen. Prince Albert, according to the French writers, presents the beau ideal of the gentleman. The Queen, they say, looks the picture of old George the Third. Old Age. — Nine years before be died, when verg ing upon seventy, Sydney Smith said one of the evils of old age was thinking every little illness the beginning of the end. When a min expects to be arrested, every knock at the door is an alarm. A return has lately been issued which shows that the ex...

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THE NORTH AUSTRALIAN. IPSWICH, TUESDAY, JANUARY 8, 1856. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 8 January 1856

THE NORTH AUSTRALIAN. IPSWICH, TUESDAY, JANUARYS, 1856. It will be seen by a report which appears in another part of this journal that the Legisla tive Council was prorogued by his Excellency the Governor-General on the 19th ultimo, till the 12th day of February next, which is pre paratory to its final dissolution ; its funotionB, therefore, as a Legislature, are now virtually at au end. Previous to the prorogation, Mr. Cowper announced that the individual members had subscribed the sum of .£400 for the purpose of a testimonial to Sir Charles Nicholson, in acknowledgment of his ability, seal, and im partiality as Speaker of the House, and in tes timony of the dignity and firmness with which, for nearly ten years, he had .presided over its deliberations. The thanks of the Council were also unanimously voted, and, in reply, he warmly thanked the members for the kindness they had shown to him. We find that duriu£ the session seventy-one bills bad been initiated, of which fifty-five had...

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CHINA. MASSACRE OF TEN THOUSAND INSURGENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 8 January 1856

CHINA. MASSACKE OF TEN THOUSAND IN8CBOENTB. The Pekin Gazette reports that the insurgents are losing ground in tbe north of China. The Overland Friend of China says : — ' The amount of bloodshed at Canton durintr the last month (August) has been sickening. When Shaou-kiug, the second city of tbe province, was vacated without fighting, a showtime Ago, a num ber of the inhabitants thought mercy would be shown to them if they gave themselves up. With equal reason might forbearance have been expected from the hungry wolf— they were taken to Canton in droves of five hundred ; as many as ten thousand, it is said, being confined in the city at one time. Kept without food for several days, when the hour of examination, so called, arrived, eye witnesses tell of the utmost callousness being exhibited, the con demned getting into the execution basket with even apparent satisfaction. , ' At the' rate of seven and eight hundred a day for some time, the whole ten thousand and thousands more were ...

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ACCEPTED TENDERS FOR RUNS. Croton Lands' Office. Sydney, 12th December, 1855. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 8 January 1856

ACCEPTED TENDERS FOB BUNS. Crown Land*' Office, Sydney, 12th December, 1856. It is hereby notified, for general information, that the tenders of the undermentioned parties have been accepted for the runs of Crown Lands specified in connexion with their respective names. 2. The first year's rent in each case,- as hereunder stated; must lie paid -within sixty days from the prcgotitdatc in defeiiljt of which the tenderers will forfeit any right acquired by virtue of their tenders. ? GEO. BAENEY. 1 ^ Chief Commissioner of Crown Lands.

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AN AMERICAN ACCOUNT OF LOUIS NAPOLEON'S OPINION RESPECTING THE WAR. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 8 January 1856

AN AMERICAN ACCOUNT OF LOUIS NAPO LEON'S OPINION RESPECTING THE WAR. The Afeie York Tribune embodies the following ex tracts from a letter from Paris, in an editorial article, and states that the views therein contained were expressed by the Emperor at a conversation with the writer of the letter : — 'Public sentiment generally, both in France and England, is inclined to look upon the siege of Sebastopol as substantially a failure, and the cam paign in the Crimea as a mistake. The Emperor docs not at all concur in this view of tho subject. He expresses his opinion very freely in conversation with bis intimate friends, and maintains that the Allies are. marching steadily to a complete victory over Russia. 'In one conversation with an English officer, held in my presence, the Emperor spoke substan tially as follows :— ' There never has been a siege of Sebastopo), for the first step to constitute a siege is investment The Russian array has been posted in extended .line between Simphero...

Publication Title: North Australian, Ipswich And General Advertiser, The
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LEICHARDT DISTRICT. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 8 January 1856

TjEICHABDT DlSTBICT. Honghton Charles, Bio, £7 14s. lid.; Maokay Patrick, Morenish. No. I, £7 10s. 0d.; Ditto.More nish. No. % £7. 10s, Od. ; do.. Moreuisb. No. 3, £7 10s. Od,:;- do.. Yarrows, £7 10s. Od.; Pigott Peter, Cashel, £8 12s. 6d.; do., Derby. £7 10s.; &-., Pcr nambuco, £7 10s. ; do., Ashfield, £7 16s. 7id. Wide Bat and Bdbneit District. Clerk E. G.and LandsburghW- Feonnda,£7 13s. 9d. ; 'Ditto; Oha/£7 13s. 9d.; do., Taibray, £7 18s. 9d.! do.. Vio,£7 13s. 9d.; Forster William, Binya rinhowr, -i£8 Si.- 9d. ; do.. Upper Cabbage Tree, £7 10s. 8d. ; do., Mulwarra, £7 10s Sd.; LandsWough J. & J., BuocjSfr9%-18s. Sd. ; do., CaimoroBS, £7 13s. Sd.j'do,, Timbuetod. £7 10s. ; do, Cuthow; £T 10s. ; Landsborough William ft George ftankin, Jun., Baranban,' £7 10s.; do., Mooetrol, £7 18s.ild. ; do., Woonbah, £7 10s. ; itankin George, jun., -3'eettab, £7 10s; Wltktn Bobert, Bnccacca, £7 10s.; do., Yorle. BlVb. ? ? -. DABLtNO Downs and Moeeton Dibtbict. Ferrett John, Lower ...

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GENERAL REVIEW OF THE SIEGE. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 8 January 1856

GENERAL REVIEW OF THE SIEGE. {From the Timet, Stptember 29.) Tn order to form a correct military estimate of the gigantic efforts which brought to a glorious termi nation tbe siege of Sebastopol, recourse must be had to the able report of General Kiel, who has com manded the engineering department of the French army since the death of General Bizot, and to the second report of General Pelissier, which resumes, in a very complete and lucid manner, the incidents of the combined assault and tbe general biBtory of this extraordinary siege. To borrow at once the concluding passage of this report, — *'ThuB,' says the Marshal, ' terminated this memorable siege, during which the relieving army was twice beaten in tbo open field, and the means of defence and attack of which had assumed colossal proportions. Tlie besieging army had, iu its different attacks, about 600 guns mounted, which fired more than 1,600,000 rounds, and our approaches, dug during 836 days, of open trendies through a rock...

Publication Title: North Australian, Ipswich And General Advertiser, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 8 January 1856

NOTICE. 'VfR- A. GEOBGE FOSTER has been appointed i-»JL Agent, and is authorised to transact any business connected with this Journal in Brisbane, and its vicinity. K. J. tt A. C. BAT6. North Australian Office.

Publication Title: North Australian, Ipswich And General Advertiser, The
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INCAPACITY OF GENERAL SIMPSON. OUR TARNISHED HONOUR. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 8 January 1856

INCAPACITY OF GENERAL SIMPSON. OUR TARNISHED HONOUR. (From the Times, September 29.) The honour of England mnst be preserved at any cost to personal feeling. The safety of the brave men she has sent out mutt be a consideration supe rior to all notions of delieacv. Why should n e not speak plainly what has been passing in the minds of men of all classes during the last few days? When the telegraph scut the first news of the fall of Sobastopol, the words ' Our attack on the Reaau did not succeed ' prepared the public for some misfor tune, and mingled a gloom with its rejoicing. A few hours more made known a loss of officers as great as at Inkerroann, and many a household bad to mourn a member struck down in a conflict winch it knew was not a victory. Then, for a. long fortnight the nation awaited with deep anxiety tlie arrival of details. The official despatch came at last, brought by an officer of the Staff, as if such a narrative as it contained mast insure the bearer's reward. It w...

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COLONIAL NEWS. SOUTH AUSTRALIA. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 8 January 1856

COLONIAL NEWS. The following extracts from the Ohsimer of the 3th December show dearly the progress made, *nd the principles so far laid down, in the new constitu tion. Instead of continuing the discussion of the Pariio ment Bill at the clause where they last left off', the Council went back yesterday to the' 15th clause, and, by the adoption of an amendment proposed by Mr. Baker, finally settled four most important principles of the Bill—first, that the lower house should be elected by districts as nearly as possible equal in population ; secondly, that the upper house should be elected by the whole colony voting as one district ; thirdly, that the representatives to the lower house should be elected by manhood suffrage ; and fourthly. tnat wie eieowrs tor members of the upper house should possess a moderate property qualification. These four principles, it will be seen, are not in exaot accordance with the resolutions brought forward by Mr. Kingston, and they are certainly very fa...

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REPORTED DEFEAT OF THE RUSSIANS IN THE FIELD. Hamburgh, 27th September. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 8 January 1856

BEPGRTKD DEFEAT OF THE RUSSIANS IN THE FIELD. Hamburgh, 27tb September. TO} following despstob has been received here, dated St Petersburgh, September 26:— Priaee-GiJirtechakoff reports under date of the 23rd in«tsnt-M follows : — ' The enemy has landed 20,000 tnen at Bnpatoria, and he has now 80,000 men on our flank. Yesterday be attacked our infantry, who »treated to the heights over Rwta.' RKIOIOINaS I* pAKIB -05 THE FaM- OF 6BBA8TOPOL. —The Aspect of Paris on Thursday night, says the ' correspondent of the . Globe, will be long remembered by those who had the good fortune to behold it. Tba night was .pitch daj* aad very wet; but. not withstanding the rain, nearly -every private house mat) decked with coloured Jainps, and so general was {bit illumination, the character of which was quite BponUneous, that even- the display made on the occasion of the Queen's visit, wliicb. was naturally tonnned to the streets throngh which the royal party passed, cannot be compared to it. New Rusb...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 8 January 1856

f1-QP^K^P^?|^S^f^'^*ir*''' Shading JP Tft*«w!f™fe-**JS^ 8wn rf Moneys ' 93^w»er Ape itTjy gtvinfc a dMcriptioa of theiolrtproprtfy, and paying ike. expensed this ♦dvertiscmajt. -Ipswich, 18th Deo^ 1855. : ''' £5 EEWABD. LOST this day, 1 Black Pocket Book, with Memorandums and Notes. Any party finding the same and delivering the contents t^tbe NorfhAuttrq^n Office, will receive thef above reward. \^ '/ -«»-? Ipswich, 7th January, 1855. JBMOVAJ.. fT^HE Undersijted begs to apprise his Customers X and the Public generally that he has Removed to the Premises lately occupied by Dr. Cummino, Neabia OrrosiTE to the Post Office, - - » ? Bbll Stkebt, where he will always have on band a supply of Goods usually found in a General Store, and which he will dttsose of at reasonable prices. He JiPfi e large etock of Boors and Shoeb, of; the best quality.. , Colonial. Strong Kid Boots, made iS» to ordjjr.at.JWs. per'pair. K ..Hjfjfysfiob .Shoemakers willflnd constant employ P '.ment'fk, this establi...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 8 January 1856

THE NORTH AUSTRALIAN PRINTING OFFICE, ?Fiabt Street, Ifswioh. E. J. & A. C. BAYS BEG- to announce to the Inhabitants of Ipswich, and the Moreton Bay district generally, that they are prepared to print '? CARDS, CIRCULARS, BILLHEADS, and every . description oi. tmall ' tvpt jobbing at reasonable prices, wi£h neatness and despatch. - Masters' and Servants' Agreement Forms on Sale. REDUCED FREIGHTS FROM SYDNE? TO IPSWICH. tim-r* THE AUSTRALASIAN STEAM SPflg&j. NAVIGATION COMPANY have 5^P8My:- Reduced the rates of Freights by (gHg3«Bi their Steamers from Sydney through to Ipswich from 60s. to 45s. per ton. WALTER GRAY & Co., Agents. Ipswich, 21st December, 1855. STEAMERS BBEMER AND HA WE. ^^-?^3.. The undersigned beg to notify that SBSsjiSek. they .are prepared to receive WOOL, aJlwSSiSiift^'' &c- f°r transmission to Brisbane, or qJSEgSSSfe Sydney, either by Steamer or Sailing Vessel, at rates as low as those ?charged by any other party. THOS. BOYLAND * C...

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THE CRIMEA. LATEST NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 8 January 1856

THE CRIMEA. Latest News. Tsjk Oiird edition of*he 7'«m#«, of.the 29th Septem ber, gives fhe following telegraphic despatch from its correspondent at Marseilles ;— ? Sebastonol. September 1C. - The 'Russians tire fortifying the north side, and constructing new batterio*. The Eniriifili are ad Yjineiag cavalry aud. infantry to .watch Bakshis&rai oa the Unldar road. A fearful tempust-lian occurred in Sabastopol. accompanied by torrents of rain. Prince (rorwuhikolf reports from SebastojKtl that Va-i ailie-i Liko attempted nothing yet on t.'io north ei.U. 'The euumy is concentrating hid forces be tiveen BuinlAHraiuiii WiaTclciniHyii, and constantly ruMuwJltras om-.l.-ft tt-ing fro:n tho Uaidur valley.'1 '^he'SPim? Paris oowfespondent writes— *' Accounts (tony ttji: &nV&8- to Mielulvbave been receivod by ?wr-? oCVft^'Ou the iltb. some small detachments i.I' *-enctii:t'roopg -ntcr^d Sevastopol. They found jiitfe Streets full of ruins, and ianricadeg erected in , Tni...

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