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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 25 March 1856

y^ftfr^trBT 'iPajvita: Contract, . B UBNEfT J^D I S T R IG T, ? ;; lfyOOD Sheep, TOGETHER with the $rstrcla»s Station known us Cbmi*{^i ^W f6116wng ^*l9oic of land called TTppw';t^^!jd^;jci^ftr^Mn Chin, ? ..!*,?-.' ,? ? and Praiier, . .-. :. ? ?' SitnateaSn the immediate vieinHy of the well-known Stations of YbNda, .'JIb. Wilkiss; Wallah, Mf*BM.' ; ?'T*HO*{Bbs}r. ' And ; DEoitno, Messiw. GBtFWTHB,' :T'aKK|iJQV . C CO, ; AbbVt'sn miles from ^vilPAn ; ' '76 ' '„ ??'.. -the port of Martbouo.Widb ? SAT, ' ?.?..- ? ?? 120 miles from the :port of Gladstone, Port .'.Cortm. This property belonged to the late F. 6. Webber, Esq., '.and Vas sold .only on account of that gentleman V death ; and was purchased by the pre sont proprietor, who is now desirous of disposing of a pprtionof his Stock. The Station is held under a fourteen years' lease. '* . ? ? . The country is abundantly watered by creeks fall ing into the Eiver Burnett, and consists principally of .well-grassed undulating ridges; Timb...

Publication Title: North Australian, Ipswich And General Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
LATEST INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 25 March 1856

LATEST INTELLIGENCE     The Boomerang brings. us Sydney papers the 18th instant; : No later intelligence had been received from Europe.       . The elections for Sydney and the Sydney Hamlets had terminated in favour of the popular candidates. The following is the result of the Poll, though not   the official one , as the scrutiny of votes has been demanded by Mr Plunkett, the legality of which has given rise to protests on behalf of Messrs Campbell, Parkes and Wilshire, and much discussion in the           papers :-                   SYDNEY                 Cowper ...' v.'v1 ^;.'':i..i:--^.-X'ft.l'.*8JHB-': -?r' Ttrtes.1. ..;...

Publication Title: North Australian, Ipswich And General Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
LETTERS TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 25 March 1856

LETTERS T() -THE EDITOR. [J-Kt EtUbnci$li£tit lobe vndtntotd, thAt while fvtry reatonabU latitude Ml btaliowttt.1itdoct*ot identify ? fimtetficith ih( opinion* tepreutd in f/ie eorretptmd eqtt jiullhhtti in thit Journal. AU lettert which ?. , Vftptar iitctift'fiti htadinff are written by. pmiir4 tn tlrily'uncotinect&ieUh thtrttanagfitttnt i/ rte Jtoper.] SIR,---Mr Clark Irving's views on the Land question I take to be the following:-- 1st so to increase     the surveying staff that the supply of measured land for sale shall always be in advance of the demand ; 2nd , that as he proposes a minimum price of 10s per acre, all lands in the neighbourhood of towns, rivers, &C, must be submittcd to public auction; 3rd, that he would not materially alter the squatting regulations. With these views you seem to concur, except that you would reduce the minimum price to 5s per acre. Now, I must confess that this portion of Mr Irving's address address app...

Publication Title: North Australian, Ipswich And General Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
LOCAL AND DOMESTIC. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 25 March 1856

LOCAL AND DOMESTIC. INQUEST .— At the Police Office, on Thursday week, an inquiry was held before the Bench touching the death of a man named William Mannion, a labourer, lately in the employ of Mr. Ford of this town, who lost his life on the previous day under the following circumstances:— |t appeared from the evldence of Mr Ford that the deceased accompanied him to the iron bark range to fall some trees for a sheepyard, and that they wwere in the act of doing* so , and had cut one of them with the saw through both sides, when the tree, falling in the contrary direetion to what was expected, struck the unfortunate man to the ground, and fractured his skull. The witness immediately sent for medical aid, but before Dr. Challinor reached the spot, the deceased had expired.   MR THOMAS HOLT.— We are requested to state that this gentleman found it impossible to leave Sydney by the Boomerang steamer, in consequence of urgent business. He has written to state his detererminat...

Publication Title: North Australian, Ipswich And General Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
THE RE-SOLUTION OF THE LAND QUESTION. To tkt Editor of the Sydney Morning Herald. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 7 April 1856

THE .RE.SOHmOX OF THE LAND QUESTION. .... To the Rlitor of tit Sydney Mcrning Herald. Sra, — This qnestion (upon' whioh you have done, me the favonr to insert previous communications) will; doubtless, be one of the first to occupy the attention of the new Assemble, and it is therefore one upon -which Ithey should be iroU informed With ittgard to tbe opinion of the people -whom ' they represent, and for whose interest titey have declared themselves prepared to work. ; As a feeble exponent of this opinion, 1 intrude once more upon 'your columns. .'.'.. j j 1st. It is !n consequence of n communication from ' Mr. T. E. Lance, in this day's issuo, that Ithui . address you. ,?'?;' 1 2nd. ThR unwillingness of the present Targe jprfc.;, nristors of land to submit to a lower rat$ fojr tho Crown price of land, and for that land to behold, not b£ auction, but by private sale, is one veryigood argument for the alteration as formerly proposM by tne, because they mould prevent that riobar, man, I...

Publication Title: North Australian, Ipswich And General Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
THE CONTEST FOR SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 7 April 1856

THE CONTEST FOB SYDNEY. (Prom the Age, March 19.) The result of tbe Sydney election is a subject at once of surprise and congratulation to tbe friends of progress throughout the Australian coloniew. It shows that the people are beginning to throw off ttieir political npatliy, and recognising the responsi ties of citizenship. Tho defeat of Mr. Plunkett is the death-blow to the oligarchical clique which has hitherto controlled the destinies of New South Wales. It indicates the close of the old colonial dispensation, and the inauguration of the new dis pensation of popular government. Mr. Plunkett is the only official who has ventured to present himself on the hustings, and he has failed— failed in the stronghold of bis popularity and influence ; for we understood that be is a more popular man in Sydney than Mr. Stawell has ever been, or is ever likely to be. in Melbourne. It was on the ground of this popularity that be was sulected by the oligarchy as their champion. The selection was...

Publication Title: North Australian, Ipswich And General Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 7 April 1856

The fcoBTJi,icsraAMMf Jw published every Tues day morning, and forwarded to, country «ib»rlbei» b^thatda^'jpatL^r.. ?.- , . :,.,..:;i.,-^-»-:' . .--. -- ??-,? . 'Per q6Awr-in',5ad.y*ncfl ,.'.,V?' *--i.;jSSv» Single number, sixpence/- TtoQuarlOB-friU'Xensit nate on the 3)st ilakh. SOth Junt- W-th «?» ..ut her. and 81st I)e6enibcr,'*t which -periods ioni/ «m resignation be receivqd.: No orders for withdrtiwal will bs attended to nnless:-gi r|n in ?writing,-? New subscribers ' will be obarged'from the date o| co». mincing thai? enbscrltftion'l ''' ? '. '' '? *?'.??; ;? -;. Advcrtiseuieut* will be charged at -Ibe -»iB of Two lines-........;!, ? 10''-, Pour'.'i,' ..s'..-'..-..-:~..-»*J..j... 2 Q* ?'???;'-?'.'? -, ?...-. ^iix -.;;.- ? ???- .,;/^; *»-.;; ;*?*''? -:,w ? - Eight ? ?*.-.???$.'?. ???' Every additional inch ,...., -?;..-' JL', ©* ; . ??.:? ? . The number otin^rtipnjBttttt bei»t|ti|»j^ itob advertissment, or tiiey wm-e tont&m»lTiflwS-nn3 tormonded, and oKargcd accordingl...

Publication Title: North Australian, Ipswich And General Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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PUNCH. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 7 April 1856

PUNCH. If.wt.Tous ScGGEsrtoir.— The alleged difficulty of finding a brace of noblemen who would condescend to be Post-~SfflSter-General, and Colonial Secretary, might have been lightened by fusing the two offi cers into on?, end then the Colonies might have a chance of what they say. seldom or never happens to them now. namely, tbe delivery of their letters and newsnaners. 'Wheue Ignobakce is Bliss'— Smightly littlt Bog, jwnpina about, loquitur. — -'Ohl Crikey, Crim- iny; Ain't I happy? Here's the Dentist coming to-morrow, and Pa has promised me sixpence for avery tooth that I have pulled out i' A Safe Bole. — When a young man confidently tells you that such and such a young lady 'has no heart,' you may be sure that ne bait been trying it on, and has/tailed in making a favourable im pression. A nUMOTO OF AX APPROACHING XABBIAQS Iff THE HIGHEST LIFE. Tdet my. that young Fmwta onr Princess will wet, ?Which ehowa tliat we caul believe half that i* uH. What I An many the nephew of CUcat...

Publication Title: North Australian, Ipswich And General Advertiser, The
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STANLEY COROUGHS ELECTION [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 7 April 1856

Jipks^^ »t^wH^K£crioif. : ^^di^ft^'imnnnn^^mW^n'Ttiomas Holt, ^?^*» Mndidatts ror ib?^prc«etjUtion of tltu Stanley Boroughs, met the elepjtoriijat Wie Queen'e ^^»-'aotef,'«tisWtrtn6Bdtti#*n]n7last, fur the pltrpoge oTeXpJMnlng .'-liU polftfcal 1ir|n6iples. . At 4«^fl^ hrt%a^ohs ^^p«^t on this *0OUlofa. ^r: fi. -f Owkoam otenptS tt-= chiir. b* Mr.ffolCSn1 comlngforwitt tt; iffdresidje mo. »1«-, waV riwirM with er«? A^tog. He laid ?««^'«^ W^ iK)t*lawyer'*,-*o£uit*imed to tnaio 4o'4*^«^^ he *-^ ttey^ould ltsu« to htm * rtinstiorit, be wonlfl have matfitainu his privncy^ v*nfl to dew-t« himself to tbo»6 iSrvJcei. Be mi jrorkkhlroms.n, and bad formerly ronided In Leeds, ^ whim Ids fittber wn« noirersallr respected, fionto , rfi*6*aaaidate» Witjbt treat flto isteetoni witblclap. i#lbfi»l'li»^:.«M^r^u;«-^alfiaiiaii 'to apeak Sni* dectors thV tfihey elected him. they wonld 5«e*ft»^i^|»o«om' aadgifeat^poWet.rorhe would tow$ow*r t-ve]if Jtolr pnrsot, jandittey coulfl opt uMHI(piL--?jftW *ps,f...

Publication Title: North Australian, Ipswich And General Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
DRAYTON. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 7 April 1856

DRAYTON. fFBOM OCB COUEESPONDCNr.1 I thought I should have been able to have given yon a long report this week containing the account of the meeting at the day of nomination at thin place, as also the speeches of the candidates, &c., but I was superseded -by a gentleman connected with your office, who has done more, justice to the same than I should have done. I must tell yon that many per sons were r.ither disappointed in not seeing a full report in Wednesdays paper, as they knew an Express was sent down, but since then they have learnt some unavoidable circumstance prevented its being put into typjygbr that issue. At all events, every one must rtBpSss that the North Australian shoved more activity and energy, and determination to please their supporters, than their contem poraries, the Free Pren and Courier, by the fact of tbeir specially sending a reporter for the occasion, and also losing no time in having the proceedings inserted as soon as practicable. ' . On the 26th ...

Publication Title: North Australian, Ipswich And General Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
LAND SALE. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 7 April 1856

&&8B fifilE. Pursuant to notice, a *ale of -the following Town ? and {Suburban Lot* of Land took place at the Police ? Office, on Thursday, the Brd iust., with the under mentioned result, vie. :— T0WN LOTS. Fabuh or Ihjwjch iot, Qnahtlty. rurehia*. Amount. ??': '??? ?. *.' fc- . - ; ; . . ? * «. a 1 1 C JobnBuittfe 66 0 0 i-,1 * Do. I..'... 61 0 0 1 0 Micb*d ftyin fit 0 0 si t « John Smith' 52 0 0 : « 1 -} -?-' «, ShantBu' ff 0 0 :??:?* 1 O Cfcarles'ftilMn 47 0 0 ..??If-. 10 ffobn&Jnroy. 68 0 O 6 0 83 JanjesWiiJsu 91 0 0! « 0 8? HughGi*}- 73 « 0j 10 0 82 Charles -J. Gray 69 0 o' 11 0 S* James fingi«u-l US O -Jj 18 O 88 Iji(*ai4 J^rd- 180 0 o! m 10 ' i; fioV 88 0 0j « .10 'H^artC-g Walkins -W 0 o! IS 1. $ Do. , Cfl 0 O HI-,,-, l 0 ' Da. It? 0 0 ir i o Uo. ei o o 18 ? 1 ??*'??? George Tbore 6t 0 O 19 X 0 Do. «i 0 0 £0 0 W John Jolinstono «8 0 0 81 1 O James England 610 0 £3 '10 ;^obhDwyer 45 0 0 »'?? 1 0' PsWrick Cannon AS 0 0 i\ \ 0 MatUicw Gogg* 40 0 0 58 : 1...

Publication Title: North Australian, Ipswich And General Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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WARWICK. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 7 April 1856

WARWICK, r*BOM OOlB OoaHBSPOSOBSTS.1 During the last few days the little town has been ';:o;-t alive with election meetings of tbo rival enndi- ' latjs for these districts, and so coieu liave some of these enlertoinmehtt been, that t really have ooine to ^L-li.-ve that the candidate who gives the .most of t'i'»:i will get the inost votes. A.fprtpight jmore ?nil} ^We tbe people's choice, although, at present, rhe ehow of. hands has been in favour of the Clarence man ; matters may, however, take a turn between thiB and the polling day. Mr. Clark Irving is not a trut and honest Separationitt, or how can he present a patition in favour of Separation from Darling Down*, and then one against it from the Clarence? Yet, Mr. Clark Irving is ready to do both, provided he be returned. as our M.P.I ? Let Electors (not sound asleep) consider whether they will vote,— -for or againtt Separation. Of the gold fields there is nothing new to tell yon about. People come and go, but not being accus tome...

Publication Title: North Australian, Ipswich And General Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
POINTS. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 7 April 1856

'POINTS. (#W)W tht Lfotrpool Journal, J)c((mb-r'&.} An esseneeis «n abstmctfon, and cannot be ijene -ally appreeitted. Pesplc *ill l^vr quality. It was ?hown by tbe emtlenan who h»-i a door to bis' ?(omsoh, that ftUment; A\& Uwt «hcn aJmi.iistered n bulk, and manners, like the aupetitp, a-e rendered nost egreeable whon solicited hy hrgt,a(f^. It h list same with taste; the Temple of the Winds, at Athens, has never exercised an influence on the many, like the rains at Karnac ; and in tbe political and moral world, the amplified have the preference. ' A saint in crape is twice a saint in lawn ; ' and a king 'is every inch a king' when he rules over ft mighty nation. A sovereign of four million subjects pales his ineffectual glory before a monarch of sixty millions. The apt illustration is before us— we had it before us a few years ago. The Czar came to England, and, despot as he was, he was run after, feted, caressed, ana cheered. He was the lord of one-seventh of tbe ...

Publication Title: North Australian, Ipswich And General Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
LETTERS TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 7 April 1856

.LET1T.HS TO THIS ^BFl'Ofl. £Th.: E-'il-x- n-; -t-- .' ft fn hr uu.hrMit*. :'„??- k-int. f.--rf' r«9:!W»ifc -«ii:«:i' mil I,.:,?ll»ir.-J. /.c ./«?« r.ct hi titfo hmnelfwiiii /-:? ^.liu-'uni -xp'f ?»! «'« lh' e»n:?ipand tugi, »«!.::??,.*' it.' /!.;-? J-n;:--'. All itt,.n tch'ich ''apfv.'-r ,!.?? ?' ,? i':is /..yJi'-ff ?/-?' ir.--::.-,! ? ,i parties en HhJii .-.,.- tutted -? ;?'?: i:..- u .'.'??j.-.h'.i.i .-f rhe Paper.'} E)C— Itis Eiai-vp!'ri»s \mw ;-oUUcai rancour per ?. s.'.- a man's seuse »,?' Ji?aTinf. r-.« well as his powers »f ??;;?.?;??.'!?.. —a, very »;, ;?:?*=- i.'.;.-'n-Hrm Of ttns 1b to b*!:.-.t.'.& ?? Mr. ?f i-'.^-e t's k'sir. v.iiUIi appeared !n ;. .id- !?:?..'? .:?'. A~ n,t j»ar: nf :isy speech was re ;..-,??..-!] i;s ci-iif^ or i'lp Brisbane papers, I -am *:i.'.i,.-*d '?^ r-v-.* vW.-i !i= wfi-rs to in the connexion iVwhich it tri-s s;-ji!.«m. Having shown by the hi^nryof t'.p 'o.-iV ??'«?? /,. ..iorud,' that whatever s.»-;it be Mr. Mrvcalis:.*i% ??'?'?Vy.he.had...

Publication Title: North Australian, Ipswich And General Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
SPIRIT OF THE PRESS. THE EMPEROR ALEXANDER'S VISIT TO THE CRIMEA. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 7 April 1856

SPIRIT OF THE PRESS. THE EMPEROE ALEXANDER'S VISIT TO THE CRIMEA. {From the Illustrated I/eat, November 24.) The Emperor1 of Russia has visited the province which is not likely to receive him again as «ven its nominal lord. Ue has inspected what remains to him oi armies and fortresses in the South, and has had the more time to do this from the circumstance of. jio naval review making any demand upon the Imperial attention. The navv of the Snjrth, in fset, has -now been captured by:the allies, AtkJ we oh servu that preparations are being made to remove the sunken prises. The Czar's praise* are every where lavished, and, no far as the skill of bis gene rals and the courage of his soldiers are concerned, it is impossible that he should applaud.- too much. The bombast and the fallacious predictions with which those laudations ? re environed may also be forgiven to a sovereign addressing a semi-civilized audi nee. The miraculous picture of St. Sergius, which bad been selected from among ...

Publication Title: North Australian, Ipswich And General Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
EJECTION FOR CLARENCE AND DARLING DOWNS. NOMINATION DAY. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 7 April 1856

EtBCTION VGE CT,ABEXOB AND DABLING ..-. DOWNS. . NOMINATION DAT. Monday, the 1st instant, being the day appointed for the nomination of a fit and proper person, to re present tbe United Pastoral District of Clarence and Darling Downs, Thomas De Lacy Moffatt. Esq.. the Bsturning Officer, attended at the Court House, Drayton, and baying briefly explained the object of the meeting, called upon the electors to proceed to the business of the day. Mr. Stephen Mehan said that, be bad been se lected to propose a member to represent the import ant districts of Clarence and Darling Downs, and he. regretted that the honour of doing so was not imposed on one more competent. . As usual, he must plead inexperience in addressing a public meeting, but he. trusted they would give him credit for sincerity when he assured them that he felt an inward pride in mentioning the name of a gentle ma u, and the certainty of bis being returned the successful man, would add tenfold to the honour. Ho begged to p...

Publication Title: North Australian, Ipswich And General Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 7 April 1856

To QQWS JOHN McKEinH& Esq.*, Darling Downs. TITTTE, tiw undersigned Electors of the united W Pastoral Districts of Clarence and D&rling /Downs, hereby request you will allow yourself to be pot |n nomination as a Candidate to represent onr interests in the New Legislative Aaseiiibly; and, Id the event of your complvy.ve tviiu our re quest, we hereby pledge flinches to -wrt our influence to secure your retnrt.. gSEigswanHWIWJJHg.-- zi r, ?:? - ,,_s.&wa«m ,CLD«»tB.Coutta ^^j^^^^ersoti M.Bo^tf „ ;.,-. ;%361bnS:blar1«f' Eichard Power u.a\; ^Heniyjeidtejint., _„ R. O. Opnninghani Thomat^Nfetts l^eJjigoor . CO. McDonald Leonard JEdw. Letter, J P JHchiwslttinenen Pat. Gllssan, M.0. Janet McOonachy Tta». DavU ThotriaiiMuir ' William Tinnie Joseph Reeve . Wg,. Spreadborougb - WttHam Lyons Alexander Wagner ll.E. Easton ? ? f, C. Baston G.«. Forbes *«.-?«.# . IMUs -. ? ? Prank Gardner ' v .-- AletanderEwan Markn Blrkman . Thinnaa Robinson ? : William Dnggan Allan Melnnei...

Publication Title: North Australian, Ipswich And General Advertiser, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 7 April 1856

??? : « r ^- ^SESOE ICA0MJ8TEB, Esq. WKBMH OBKgffiEaffEN;— HaWng bad .fc'honoaY to re - ^dwtheBeqttbition wMchftanaVftthe he*| of thii _^AflarBM, I take the earliest Voppo^fenity in answer ing the invitation §o flatteringly -given to announce vmyaafaCattaid»te for yoarsaBragSwinhe approach ing Election, f - Daring the perjod of my residence among you, 1 have been identified1 with -almost every measure 1 -bJMfinR for --* lAJoQt *'i« progress of the Moreton iP»y ul«ti»ct; and to those of you, therefore, with whom; On 6u-* occasions, I have been in the habil «f cooperating my political -views are pretty well : JmotMt .bt|t as the position to which I am now in .. ducsd to. aspire *b one which demands that the Electors should thoroughly understand the prisici ples.of all Oandidateji *ohclting their suffrages, 1 am indaobd to -offer you an exposition of mine. Tbe'graud question of Separation I take by this time to bs settled; and &$} confident that a fun months longer will plan us...

Publication Title: North Australian, Ipswich And General Advertiser, The
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[?] [?] [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 7 April 1856

.? ijr ;-::-:?; \\wwAir.\r\ ' [?] C. 3 V.-. ??. I' .?:'?.:[ ' h-v'^r-.U -Cvi-.h' ??-.?' ?.?i.e.) i:.d .' : i ?. ;? ;u, Mrs. Craies and iiifa:;;, u.id : i. r ;:; I'll- !..?—. ?. \-,i;-i! 'J.- 'Jonnic Doon, barque, 230 r- u, N.'ol'.' iVf.'in ;-- ? ? / 22ud ult. Passengers — Misb IIl!.. I . :,.!-. i, -?:.., on, Miss and Master Dickson. Aiv.i 5. — Boamerang, steamer, Captain O'Reilly, from Sydney. Passengers — Mr. A. Cameron, Mr. K. B. Southerden, Mr. Heuslor, Dr. Otto Sacuse, Rev. T. Bell. Mr. H. M. Reeve; Rev. Mr. Posvditch, Mrs. Potvditch, and servant, Mies Thomas, Mrs. Kingsford, Mr. aad Mr3. Wuston, and 8 iii the steerage. DEPARTURE. April 3. — Shamrock, steamer, 250 tons, Wilson, for Svdney. Passengers — Mr. Rogers, Mr. Hamil ton, Mr. and Miss Berther, Mr. Thompson, Mr. and Mm. Buckley, and servant, Mr. Henderson, Master Fullerton, Miss Graham, and twenty-two in the steerage. IMPORTS. Shamrock , Fairdoth, 1 package ; W. B. Tooth, S do. ; F. W. Bigge, 4 do. : J. Toppin. 20 do. ; Rs...

Publication Title: North Australian, Ipswich And General Advertiser, The
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Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 7 April 1856

WANTED TO PUECHASB, 2v^0U0 Store WetiierB, jn :?:??'= -? - ' mOOO Weanera; pie Alw jBOO Cows and Heifers. '?''':.'.:,???::-:?-'? Apply to' ? — SCOTT & Co! .- .y ?.:? .:.-. ... ??? kotice. ? ? '.--', '..)'.' ? Important Sale. I ,?; Ma.i. WATKINS _ . . TTAS received iaBtructiong from the proprietor, Jbl .Mr.' S. OweM,, to Sell by Public Auction, the ' : '?''?' ' isVdayof MAY next, ':V At U o'clock sharp. At Me. J. PRICE'S, Sportsman's Arms Sale Yards, ? frr*^ i-.'-r Uttlelpswiehj - ^imi^B 8.M0 fist Qnality SHEEP, war- I '? rHHMBR* raa«^ sonnd and never to hare fflraV^' been diseased. From 6 to 600 of t01 , «PWBflmP these sheep are fit for the Batcher , dewit**. to slaughter immediately. These sheep were shorn in the middle of August last. ? ? 40 Head of a iWixea Herd of Cattle, Consfstfcg of Superior Milch Cows, and broken to Bail, with -Bullocks, Steers, and fieifere. ? ? .? - '-..I ?. Also . : 30 Head of well-bred Horses, Broken to saddle and harness, also to side saddle. Th...

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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