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THE NORTHERN BOUNDARY OF THE COLONY. To the Editor of the Empire. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 26 February 1856

THE NORTHERN BOUNDARY OF THE COLONY.     To the Editor of the Empire. Sir,— As it was I who recommended to Earl Grey, in a letter of date, "Edinburgh, February, 1847" that a clause should be inserted in the then forth- coming Act of Parliament, authorizing her Majesty to separate from New South Wales, and to erect into a separate colony, whenever she should think fit, the territory to the northward of the 30th parallel of such latitude, I deem it expedient and necessary to offer a few remarks on the subject, in consequence of the letter of my namesake, Mr. Gideon Lang, published in the Empire of Wednesday last. Before doing so, however, permit me to state that     the late Sir Thomas Mitchell's grand idea on the subject of the proper dimensions of this colony was that it should extend from the Tropic of Capricorn to Bass's Straits, including South Australia; Port Phillip, New South Wales, and the future colony of Moreton Bay. This ...

Publication Title: North Australian, Ipswich And General Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
MISCELLANEOUS. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 26 February 1856

MISCELLANEOUS. ATRICLES FOUND IN SEBASTOPOL.— In a recent issue of the Moniteur, the following inventory is published of property found in Sebastopol by the Allies, the guns not included. The original was forwarded to the Minister of War by Marshal Pelis- sier. The principal articles were : Round shot,   407,314 ; hollow projectiles, 101,755; canister cases, 24,080; gunpowder, 525,000lb.; ball cartridges for muskets and carbines. 470,000 in good condition, and 160,000 damaged ; waggons, 80; yawls, 6: logs of lignum vitæ, 600; anchors of port moorings, 400;   anchors of different sizes, 90 ; grapplings and small anchors, 50 ; chains for anchors, 200 yards ; old   copper for sheathing, 104,000 lb.; old ropes, 100,000 ft.; water casks, 300; new ropes of diffe- rent sizes. 500,000 lb.; pulleys, 400; spars, 40; tools, 300; bar iron and steel, 1,460,000 lb.; iron wire, 400 lb.; iron checks, 320lb.; sheet iron, 16,000 lb. tin plate, 14,009 lb; red cop...

Publication Title: North Australian, Ipswich And General Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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FASHIONS FOR NOVEMBER. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 26 February 1856

FASHIONS FOR NOVEMBER, (From Le Follet.) Winter fashions invariably assume a decided character in November ; and, although tbe summer season' has been this year usually prolonged, bur manufacturers and artists have not been unmindful of the claims of the approaching winter, as the variety of elegant novelties both in style and ma terial sufficiently testify. Plain cachmere, plain and terry velvet, moire an tique, brocart, and damask, hold the highest places in toilettes. A rich material, half velvet, half bro cart, is very elegant, and is worn without trimming. Taffetas will be much in favour — black especially—   dresses of which will be worn with flounces en tirely covered with narrow ribbons or bands of velvet.   Moire antique dresses are very much in repute in all colours, either with flounces, double skirts, or plain ; upon the former a beautiful trimming com posed of flowers of velvet and leaves of plush is often used. This trimming, being in relief, ...

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

DRAYTON AND DARLING DOWNS. MR. MARTIN BOULTON has been appointed Agent for this journal at Drayton, and   Darling Downs. E. J. & A. C. BAYS. North Australian Office, Ipswich, 19th Feb., 1856.

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

COMMERCIAL REPORT. A very fair amount of business has been trans- acted during the past week, and a considerable number of wool drays has arrived. There is a steady demand for flour and the other necessaries of life, and prices are much the same as last.   The market is well supplied with vegetables and fruit and butchers meat is of first-rate quality. - The following produce has been received and for- warded for shipment since our last, viz :— From Messrs. Boyland & Co's stores— 20 bales wool, Wyaga; 56 do., G.Sandeman ; 13 do., A&J ; 20 do., St.Clair; 9 do., H.N.conjoined; 22 do., A. Sande- man; 30 do., J. D. McClean; 11 do Lewis. In store—20 do., H & D in a diamond; 20 do., Calan- doon ; 14 do, Binbian. From Messrs. Walter Gray & Co.'s stores- 20 bales of wool, Royds, with TA over; 86 do., H&FI; 7 casks tallow, 2 bundles skins, 25 hides, G. H. Wilson & Co, ; 18 bales wool, BB; 10 do:,JT; 15do,GREVE; 4 do., Biggs; 10do.,...

Publication Title: North Australian, Ipswich And General Advertiser, The
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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 26 February 1856

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVALS. February 18.— Bonnie Doon, barque, 800 tons, Murphy, from Sydney, 18th instant.   February 19.— Cæsar Goddefroy, ship, 614 tons, N. Startenbecker, from Hamburg 2nd November. February 28. — Boomerang, steamer. Captain O'Reilly, from Sydney 19th instant, and Newcastle 21st inst. Passengers— Miss Dunn, Mr. Faircloth, Mr. Gillespie, Mr. S. S. Norris, Mr. Jordan, Mr. Nicol, Mr. Jubb, and 9 in the steerage. DEPARTURE. February 20. — Shamrock, steamer, 250 tons,   Paterson, for Sydney. Passengers— Capt. Towns, Mr. Haly, Mr. Wallace, Mr. King, and thirty in the steerage. IMPORTS. Shamrock: 63 packages, Alford ; 4 do., Bonson; 166 do-. Buckley ; 8 do., Ballantyue ; 1 do., Beattie ; 2 do., Bonn ; 1 do., Collector of Customs ; 52 do., . Cribb &. Foote; 10 do., Company's Agent; 1 do., Cardew Collins; 3 do., B. Douglas; 1 do., Dorsey; 16 do., Davidson ; 8 do., Faircloth ; 6 do., T. Gray; 1 do., Griffiths ; 1 do., Gillespie ; 40 d...

Publication Title: North Australian, Ipswich And General Advertiser, The
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LATEST INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 26 February 1856

LATEST INTELLIGENCE. By the arrival of the Boomerang we have received our usual files of Sydney papers to the 19th instant. News from Europe, by the 20th November- mail, and by the Catteaux Wattel, to the 26th of November, had been received. The news does not possess any particular interest ; we have, however, devoted all our available space to the following summary :— Another great battle had been fought between the Russians and Turks, with a glorious victory to the latter . The Allies were surrounding the Russians; but no battle had been fought. No appearance of evacuating Sebastopol. Gortchakoff says that he hopes to hold the Crimea during the winter.     The proposal for peace will not be listened to. Lord Palmerston finds the Parliament sufficiently wa?like to support his policy; but there is a split in the Cabinet. The Colonial Secretaryship had been offered to the Duke of Newcastle! It was refused. Mr. La- bouchere is now the man. He is a Whig— favou...

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

RUSSIA. The Pays publishes the following letter, dated St. Petersburg. November the 11th :— 'In my letters I have often alluded to the fraud   and corruption which is the death of Russia. This evil is so rooted, it extends so widely to every branch of the service of the Czar's army, that the troops, despite the efforts of the Sovereign, are in want of nearly everything. I was assured a few days since that Alexander II., despite the usual mildness of his character, got into a regular fury on learning what took place, and resolved to act with extreme severity against any person, no matter what his rank, found guilty of fraud. I know the country well, and all his power will not be of any avail to put a stop to these abuses. The evil is too deep-rooted in the Muscovite soil. All will combine together to deceive the most vigilant eye. " The subjoined few facts of recent occurrence, the exactitude of which I guarantee, will show you the extent of the evil. "A Livonian officer...

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

, ;.t^; lTOTIOB. ^ ''?-' ' '^ K The 0 lavwy «SLi Brisbane Street . np®B wftenigned b^ to inform hU fWendi i *-^ethw withtheOenfleinen or itelforthor Dittricts and the (surrounding neighbourhood, the the above livery Stables wUTstiu be continued an Carried on under the able management of Mr. J0H1 O0BD0N. and (If possible^ with increased cu B. P. WHrraftotTSB. Iptwfch, Feb. 17. 1866. % First-rate DOG-CABT, witb. Shaft an. R. P. WJBltEHOtJSE HAS been Instructed to Sell by Private Contract the above Totn-ODT, which is, without; «i ? Mptiott, »ne «f flie most handsome and serviceabl affiiks he e«r had the pleasure of offering fo public notice. New Gig and Harness. B. P. WHITEHOUSE HAS received intrusions to Sell by Prfvat ; ''? ? . Contract;'.'. A FmST-B^lE J8UP8T3fefTIA3L GIG, '' ' .iQuite JJe*r); ; r /,: . With H*b»bs8 Complete. . Preliminary Notice. FAT STOCK. I i 1 it. P. WHITEHOUSB TTAS reoelved instructions to Sell by Public Auc JUL tion at Ipswich, in Fsbkda&t, 800 Bead of...

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TERMS. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 4 March 1856

TERMS. nate on^'Jfce ^fif ^Soh,' ' s&fti June* 80Qi3tapn-i ber. ana5Ut;iI-ec6pb*r, at frhioh ^periods imly Jiata resignation joe re^epa. No orders for srididrai^d will bp:attendc4 -to unleBS given in writintr. -ire* menciog their eub^prfclite. ,.,;,. ^ f Advertwsments W4U be chanred at the mte«t .:.- r ad?*rtu*Sife^r ^^*MI, nin**'** ^^ ^f^jr

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PUNCH. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 4 March 1856

PUNCH. TAii KiKO of Prussia's Toisn am- Seithksm* -fljferi .'is 'the man, tar greater in bis way dMi Harvey, who 'first discovered lie dreulatton -jofthe BottJei-The Soul of Drinking! Mayineh a Soul nothing for opening a manVWHSi'tiieWo! the cellar.— Turkey ! May Russia soon put it into the Pipe-of-Peace, and smoke it. A ^ BaoRTKD'«hM4--''On1«i W€l*r;t386uBs sionefs, Westminster; '-iB«*«0te4 S^ —flawing failed in a, late examination for -i«r Majesty's flivfl , Service (owing to a not unnatural mistake l»t*aen Homer's Odytity and Omar Pasha), I beg to ofer myself a*.- a candidate for any; situation in yonr domestic circle. I enclose you a copy of the; bist paper I wrote at the examination— the subjtot being, to write an official to some great authooty, explaining your general viewson the .subject of |£e Civil SeYviee.— I have the honour to be, 8ir,'y*ur most obedient, humble servant, ? ? {An algebnic txprtttion, tign^yinga Clerk totttaft an Appointment.)- ; - ' ' To this' Seobstaby v...

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THE NEW SECRETARY OF STATE FOR THE COLONIES. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 4 March 1856

THE NEW SECRETARY OF STATE FOR THE COLONIES. In anticipation of the possible rerival of the crv ?bout ' aristocratic monopoly,' and 'family cliques,*' it may be stated that, though on one point appear ances may be against him, Mr. Labouchere has not become, and long been, an influential public man by virtue of lineage or connexion. It'jui true that, a year or two ago, as.we perceive, he inenrred whatever blame is attachable to marrying a, sister of Lord Carlisle and of the Duchess of Sutherland ; but, in mitigation, he may, we believe, plead frat he himself had nothing offensively 'aristocratic': in his deriva tion and claims. His lineage is similar to thai, of Sir Samuel Romilly, being derived from one of the French families expelled from their Own country bv revocation of the Edict of Nantol. Mr.Labouchere's father, In truth, was not even an Englishman by birth, though ultimately becoming one of our mer chant princes. In tbe last volume, Just Issued, of M. Tiers' 'Historic duConso...

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THE CRIMEA. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 4 March 1856

THE CRIMEA. Tfie Moniteur publishes the following:— ?'Marshal Pelissier, in his last report to the Minister of War, gives the following account of a 'successful cfiup -U main effected on the 3rd of No vember by ttie . expeditionary corps pt Eupatoria, under the orders or ttencrai « Auonvtue : ''General d'Allonville having received informa tion that large flocks, destined for the use of the Russian army, were collected near El-Toch. eight |«agues north of Eupatoria, attempted to capture ; them by a coup ile main, which perfebtly succeeded, . ' ? With this object in view, he sent in the direc tion of El-Toch General Ali Pasha, commander of the Ottoman cavalry,. with, the Irregulars and some of the Turkish squadron^ as well as. two French and two English squadrons. At the game time he left the town with we remainder of the French and English troops, to snpjiprt the operation; ''The English cavalry brigade advanced on '.JMolljush, t&e Ifreuch cavalry brigade on Ttounien ; Be Ifa...

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MR. GLADSTONE ON THE COLONIES. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 4 March 1856

ME. GLADSTONE OK TOE COLONIES. On die 12th of November, the Bight Hon. W. E. Gladstone, the ex-Chancellor of die Exchequer, lec tured before die members ofthe Chester Mechanics' lustitution, at the Royal Hotel Assembly RoomB. Chester— again taking the Colonies for his theme. Mr. Gladstone, who was received with great ap plause, having reviewed the history of our colonies, and the principles upon which tlteir administration had been conducted at various epochs (tiiis part of his lecture bearing a close resemblance to that deli vered at Hawardeu), proceeded as follows.* ? ' Well, now, these are all reasons which have prevailed at different times, and have been the basis, in a great degree, of the colonial policy of different statesmen, in different ages and different times. It is but fair that I should endeavour to state why I tiuuk colonies ure desirable for a country circum stanced as England is. I have stated that I do not think them desirable simply to puff up our reputa tion. It ...

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RUSSIA. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 4 March 1856

RUSSIA. {From the Time*' Oorrapoxiderit.) The Emperor of Russia arrived at St. Petersburg in tbe night of die 19th to die 20th instant, on hb return from die soutb. The Russian Government in Warsaw issued in structions on the 18th ultimo to die local authorities I of die different circles in Poland to take particular care that die produce of this year's harvest be care fully stored away in the different granaries of the agricultural population, experience having shown that carelessness on this point bad often reduced, an ample to an insufficient harvest. At die same time they are called upon to send in an accurate account of all the stocks of grain now in store \u the. king dom, as well as of all tbe horses fit for military pur poses. In the parts next to the Prussian frontier there is said to be a great deficiency of serviceable horses, and that die supplies of horses from the Ukraine are now exhausted. Advices from the Rtisso-Prussian frontier describe die great difficulties with ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 4 March 1856

NOTICE. MR. GEORGE WALKER has been appointed Agent for this Journal at Warwick. E. J. & A. C. BATS. North Auttralian Office, March 4th, 1866. ? ?

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DALBY, MY ALL CREEK. February 29th. 1856: [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 4 March 1856

DALBY, MtALL CftEEK. ffBOlt OCB COttnESPOSDENT.1 F^btuarV SSth. 185ft T.haVk i«»t mncii jhsw» to conitttunicute!io' you from onr tnwu*lifp t'mee my lost corjesjxindcnco. Bain la hndly wnnti'd, tire j^-ifis being parched up Jind the lilains DnJ8uut!ii'r nilite a barren anuenranCc. -Oiif now C(mrt House is finished, and rcflsets piiat . credit on tile liuilder'. It id a. good subabiutial build-! ing, ivHli a spacious veranrlnii, mid very roomy in-, «itle--in ftict. tbe baet Polico Office in the northern I'islrictK. so far as regards ncuoutinodation, oftorj'oU leave Drtsbnne. | On the 23rd iiiHtnnt, WiliinnJ Darker appeared on - wan-ant bufih-o Colin .loihn M'Kenzie, JoJm Pcrrott, ' Joshua I'. Bell, and CharlsR J. Boyds, UsquireR, to answer to a chaise (under tliu Carriers' nnd Drovers' Act) for havijipr' uiilttti'iillv and 'feloniously stolen from off his dray a quantity of mm. gin,, old torn, poi-t and, sherry 'wines, the property at one Frederick William Roclic of Dalby, the «amo ha...

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THE NORTH AUSTRALIAN. IPSWICH, TUESDAY, MARCH 4, 1856. GOLD DISCOVERY. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 4 March 1856

THE NORTH AUSTRALIAN. IPSWICH, TUESDAY, MARCH I, 1850. GOLD DISCOVERY. On Saturday afternoon, Mr. J. G. Rossiter, of the Glenelg station, in the district of Darling Downs, arrived in Ipswich, bringing with him a sample of gold which had been discovered on the previous Wednesday, by a prospecting party, near Lord John's swamp, about 12 miles from Warwick, and on the road to Maryland. The sample consists of about 3 dwts. of Bcaly gold, procured from the* surface, and which is the produce of five pans of soil. The spot where thiB gold has been discovered is in the rocky gullies leading to the southward of the swamp, abounding with rotten granite and quartz rock. Water is abundant every where. We understand that six men were engaged sinking holes on Wednesday last, aud from the conversation Mr. Robsiter had with them, he learned that two of the party were experienced Tninera,.and that they were very sanguine that the place would turn out to be a profitable gold-field. It is not our wish...

Publication Title: North Australian, Ipswich And General Advertiser, The
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LATEST INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 4 March 1856

LATEST INTELLIGENCE. Bt the arrival of the Shamrock yesterday morning we have received our Tistiat files* of Sydney papers, to the 26th ultimo. No later news had been received from Europe, and we have room only for a few items of general intelligence : — A sale of land is appointed to take place at the Police Office, Ipswich, on the 27th of this month, consisting of 30 town lots. No. 1 to 30. of 1 rood each, excepting No. 9, 16 to 20, ana 27 to 30, which consist of 32 porches; all in the parish of Ipswich, at the upset price of £8 per acre. There are also 9 country lots, in tne parish of Jeebropilly, county of Churchill, from 83 to 167 acres each, at the upset price of £1 per acre. Impobtakt to Minebs. — Valuable (Jems.— We have been shown a collection of gems, of various sorts and sizes, recently discovered at the OvenB, amongst washing-stuff, when cleansing gold ; and we recommend diggers in general to carefully exa mine the stones which they find when .washing gold before casting...

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EUROPEAN NEWS. (To 26th November.) [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 4 March 1856

EUROPEAN NEWS. («. Sfei November.) To our contemporary the Arp*. we are indebted - for the following additional news, compiled from the London papers brought to Portland to, by the .Aberdeen clipper ship Franca Mentu, which sailed from Oravesend on the 26th of HovemDer. and arrived at her destination on the 8tii instant. The Daily He** of tiiat date says, it was generally believed that Parliament would b- summoned to : meet for the despatch of business, on the 18th ot U^ from p4rl»;«i.*Me^i*t.PeWM»er sMU «' peets to be ettackeji by the Russians on the Tcher aaya. Advices froni Constantinople of ™e **nd of November state that the long range ?»»? «5« m0« ta«fortbe batterjsajjad arrived at their destina tions tiie.ArtilleryOfecers are of opinion that the jrenoral fire-m tke Korthern forts of Scbastopol will be opened at. the end of the month. A successful coup4e main was executed on the 3rd of November bythe *xpedition«y corps of the Allies at Eupa toria, by which they succeeded in cap...

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