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THE NORTH AUSTRALIAN. IPSWICH, TUESDAY, APRIL 22, 1856. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 22 April 1856

THE NOETH AUSTRALIAN. IPSWICH, TUESDAY, APRIL 22, 1358. The bustle and excitement caused bj the elections having now subsided, we are glad to learn that the inhabitants of the town are directing their energetic attention to the establishment of a Public Hospital, — a desi- j deratum which has been long required — and j to which we have endeavoured to attract notice on several occasions. The erection of an hospital is, to the mind of the intelligent and reflecting colonist, better calculated to awaken interest than those more splendid structures which attest either the artistic genius of past times, or the opulence and luxury of the present ; for, on a building devoted to philanthropic purposes, we natu rally look with greater reverence, as indicative of the rise of education, and civilization. It is also illustrative of our social position, and especially of that true patriotism which is the glory of this land, and 'which, next to its Christianity, is the surest guarantee of the pea...

Publication Title: North Australian, Ipswich And General Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE WAR IN ASIA. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 22 April 1856

THE WAR IN ASIA. The Put AjPi Otatttf, in a letter from Vienna of the 2nd, says natim Pasha has arrived at Ewerou!!'. where troop* art being collected by the Turkish Government. ''

Publication Title: North Australian, Ipswich And General Advertiser, The
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RUSSIA. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 22 April 1856

RUSSIA. The Russian Government engineers are occupied in preparing plans for fortifying Moscow and St. Petersburg. General Dehn is expected to preside over the commission at St. Petersburg, General Totleben over that at Moscow. The Czar states positively that it is the intention of i.he Russian Government to effect the immediate emancipation of the wrl's of the whole empire. The, Emperor perHonally is favourable to the measure, and the landowning aristocracy, who have been sounded, offer no opposition. : ? The Berlin correspondent of the Timt* mentions the important fact that the population tables of Russia, since 1851, show no increase whatever. : Letters from St. Petersburg speak, with great confidence, of the Grand Duke Constantine Biicceed ing Prime Pasldewitch in the vice-royalty of Poland. Despatches received from St. Petersburg state that the Russian Government is using every exertion to form a line of steam gun-boats. A despatch from Paris announces that in order to facilita...

Publication Title: North Australian, Ipswich And General Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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LATEST INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 22 April 1856

LATEST INTELLIGENCE.' Br the arrival of the Boomerang, we have received Sydney and Provincial papers to the 15th instant. Four days' later news than that which will be found in our fourth page had beon received, via San Francisco, from New Orleans, which we subjoin : — THE NEGOTIATIONS, The peace negotiations are not concluded yet, but Tbetter hopes are entertained. : Public expectation, in Kurope, is on the tip-ton to lcnru tiie issue ot tue peace negotiations, rue tune fiven to Bnssia has been extended to the 18th of anuary. Dispatches, received at Berlin and Vienna, report that the Emperor will make no further concessions. Other dispatches have come to hand, speaking of certain formal conferences which are in session in St. Petersburg, discussing the,'proposals of the Allies. These conferences arc attended by Nusselrode, Es terhazy, Lee, Buch and Leumcr. The general impression is that Russia will neither accept nor reject the propositions of the Allies, but that she will send Cou...

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EUROPEAN NEWS. ARRIVAL OF THE MAILS PER PACKETS EARL OF SEFTON AND OLIVER LANG. NEWS TO JANUARY 6. Surrender of Kars. TREATY WITH SWEDEN. Rumours of Peace. LATEST TELEGRAPH DESPATCH. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 22 April 1856

EUROPEAN NEWS; ABEIVAL OF THE MAILS ru **£*?» EABt OFSEFTONAHD OLIVER LANG. . SEWS TO JANUARY 8. JijiAfir #jth swede ir. Komonro of Peace. LATEST TELEGRAPH DESPATCH. Mawhuu, BnniMft—TbcIrtttpor, which arrived i this day from Constantinople, brings the following newei— ' ? !'~ ' ?- Marshal PeHssiw- does not leave the Crimea, ] No ship of war was lost fa the late storm. I Omar Pasha had arrived at Batoum. His replace ment-was discussed, but decided to be impossible. General Martrampe w|U hold his place in Peru. Thews had been a thaw at Sebwtopol. Tbe Russians bare increased their fortification* over Inkermann, and have unmasked their batteries on the left of the Tcherofcya. 5W» army when neat xntais, »« for two days without supplies, on account of the overflow of the geyraty shir* are loading atConstantinople with supplies and monition* of war. ',. ' j&ucAorim Kaleh.— ErterMim i» s«ld to be in a bad way of defence, the fortWcatlon* .having only ^8j-ieoe»pf«aBnon. ' .; t ';, ,'...

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SWEDISH TREATY WITH THE ALLIES. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 22 April 1856

SWEDISH TREATY WITH TTTE AT.Urs. Stockholm, December IP.— Tlie Klnjt of Swi-ion : has ratified a treaty with Enplntid and Frav.rr. The two Allied I'owtm poarant*c tbe ti-iriiorirl intcpriij of Sweden, tnd the latttr cujmirwtijot to olion.Me any part of its territory to Ruwiii*. Tlie «-titractjr-jr parties encngeto ccnsmunictitcmutial'r and rtci ^rocally, all proposition* coining trctn Euasis, The Moniteur contains the Articles of the Treaty of Sweden. It wm concluded November 19th, and'its object is said to be to prevent any complication of a nature to trouble tbe balance of power in Europe. Sweden undertakes, in the most solemn manner, not to. allow Russia, under any pretence whatever, to occupy any portion of the territory of Sweden and Norway; and in case of Russia attempting any act of aggression, France and England engage to provide Sweden with sufficient naval and military forces to co-operate with these of Sweden in resisting Russia. Tbe nature, the importance, and the destin...

Publication Title: North Australian, Ipswich And General Advertiser, The
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FRANCE AND ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 22 April 1856

FRANCE AND ENGLAND. The feeling in England continues warlike; and is b coming so again in France. In London the mouey market was easy. In Paris, the three per cents, had closed at from i to J de cline. Foreign Exchange was bettor. The monthly return of tho Bank of France is unfavourable, tUs exercised an adverse influence upon tho London and Paris markets. The decrease of bullion in tbs Dank of England is £283,000. The decroaso of bullion in the Bank of France, for the month, is 772,U00 francs. Louis Napoleon still tinea tens to go to tho seat of war in person.

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THE ABORIGINES. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 22 April 1856

THE ABOBldjNES. i : Soma pndsoul has gone to the -expense «f print ing ' A Plea for the Aboriginal lnhaWtentu-of Vic-' tprift.' We presume he U ai^ewcoine, and has 1-een - stirred up by the spectacle of human deirradation presented by the natives. Poptinanl Hundred* have gone over the fame ground, h»ye uppeftlud,-^ .* and more, they have laboured; *hey have rlbrdied 1 stations, and framed alphabets ; *bey (hai®;w-w satid .* then caught a bright, aboriginal boy, taught WmltoJ- reari, to speak English, and pBrJbrjnBoma useful ? ldbour. — but all has proved nearly, fruitless. The ? ? wild pleasures «f the forest, th« attraction flfUtu-. drtd, the antipathies of white men, tin; fascination of die fashionable damsel, have tad to relapses, «nd : have disheartened the philanthropists, who -sindy . or in connection witfi tiieir (Churches, have txicd ito ? rcclnim the children of the Australian wilds. .!;.*' The author of the Pica, in violation of good tasto, reflects on British Missioug, be...

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RUSSIA. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 22 April 1856

RUSSIA. Tho Russians are incessantly engaged in prepara tions for the spring campaign. fit. Petersijl'kg, January 3. — The Great Council of War has concluded its deliberations, and the Russian tactics for the approaching campaign seem to havo undergone important mollifications. The orders sent from head quarters seem to indicate that tho Crimea is to be abandoned.

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LOCAL AND DOMESTIC. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 22 April 1856

LOCAL AND DOMESTIC. UKCiAritEn Letters.— The following is a list of letters addressed to parties in the Northern Districts, and which -were lying unclaimed tit : the 'Sydney. Post. Office on tho 12th ultimo, !vi«. :— Morelnn Bay.-— Robt. Aran, J. Bellamy, T. Blockmoo, w. BradshaV, W. h. Broad, 3. Burns, Wm. 'Cnpp, C; Dougherty, W, Holmes, John Kirk, Mr. Mairkay, John Slajrulre, C. Mathews, Mr. Menney, Ann White. Ghyn&tfi. — J«hu Bell, J.Campbell, Mrs. Campbell, J. Fraiier. riawxon Rivcr.-^. Bellamy. Wiruifk.—'ti: Brown, H. Gawthorpe, John Martin, Jas. Stewart (2), 'W, Watson. Brisbane.— Stir. Byron, WestJey and Boara' man, Ellen Cahill, G. Camps, E. C. Wollfrcy, Mrs. Chant, J. Worth, Mrs. Chapman, Af Clarl-e, J. Cocksoge -5), John Cuthell, B. Eyles, Mrs.' J. Griffiths, A. Hanev, Mrs. Hutchins, J. F. S. Parson*, Miss Grace Ross, P. Rbnrke, J. Wallace, G. Wallace,; Robt. Weir, J. WesUake, E. Wheeler. Cantiuig Potent.— 3. Cotterel- Darling Dowm. — W. Coulter, Win. Margerry, Eli...

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PUBLIC MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 22 April 1856

PUBLIC AIEETI3TG. A meeting of the inhabitants of this town was. held, according to announcement, at the Courts! House, on Tuesday afternoon last, for the purpose of taking into consideration the propriirtv or estab-l ligliinff a Public Hospital. On tlie motyfcof Mr, Mncalistcr, seconded nv Mr. Walter X5rlay3nT)-olice Magistrate was invited to take the euairl. ? J CJolonelG ray 'briefly explained the objects of the meeting, and said he was delighted to mjet the inhabitants, and preside tin tlrat occasioOTps hf; was fully aware of the great importance flTfTne'sttb- ; jufct under, consideration... It would be in th'jirrc-, collection that b memorial JiaJ.iceh drVwn'tip and forwarded, in January lust, tb the Grovcrnmcnt, pratyinsr for ia grant -of' lead vftir 4liB pn'rpose; and since that time an. answer had bnen received from tbb Colonial Secretary,' to the cfl^ct that it had been referred to the Surveyof-Otenbral's Pcparfinenif,* for a report as to the most elijfiblf site for the bui...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 22 April 1856

- . .'r .,'?] ,.- TEBJH8. ? ? . ' The Nobtb AmeraauAvis pujhlisbed ererjr Tnos- . day;moratnff, nnd^finrwarded US *onntry sjubsoribers Per ii«i&rter; in advance .... 6s. *d. Per qoarter, credit ........ 7s. 63. Single number, ttxpenoe. TheQnarten will termi nate on -the .81st March, SOth June, SOtii Septem ber, arid Bl8b December, at which periods only can resignation 'bo received. No orders lor withdrawal will be attended to unless ijpren ta -writing. New subscribers will be chargeffrom the date of com mencing their subscrlbtion. Advertisements will be charged at the rate of .?????' a. d. Two lines ? IP Four -, ? S O six „ ? :) ? i « Eight* ? ,. B « BTeryM*apiialtn^i:%...,^. t. 0. , The dumber Of insertions must be written on each advertisement,' or fiiey will be continued until ooun termahded, arid charged accordingly. ' All Orders and Communications to be esnt to the Editor, or to Messrs. £. J. and A. .9. ^BATa, Fro- : prietors, Nobtu Aostbalun Ofllce. East fitrest, Ipswi...

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PUNCH. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 22 April 1856

PUNCH. Diak Jcuot.— -Ton say your love will surmount all obstacles. Meet me then, adored one, one Christ mas Bay, on the summit of Mont Blanc. — rtT.Hi'iai A Rbal Blbssiko to Evbbtboot.— The Lawyers are making a great effort to turn Saturday into a half-holiday for themselves, and we are sure that everybody-will second such a very salutary movement. If die lawyers can be getten to abstain from work for onlyhatf a day in the week, an immense amount of mischief mnsfnecessarily be prevented. There is something quite refreshing in the -notion that one twelfthoffthe time devoted to tbe horrors of law may be henceforth rescued from their present frig btftil use, and- that the lawyers may, tor six hours in the week, be engaged in some humanising occupation. . We shall hail the establishment of a half-holiday for lawyers as one of the gratest boons that can be con ferred ^on society. That the proposition should have come from them selves -is more than' we should have anticipated, though in ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 22 April 1856

TO PARTIES REQUIRING A FIRST-RATE GIG 1 AND HARNESS, &o, , ,|L P, WHITEHOUSE HAS received initructioiu to sell by Public Auction, ? ? 1 On WEPNESDAT NEXT, APRIL 28, J From the Proprietor, who iB about leaving the I ^rithouttheSUghtett Reserve,— A reall? Handsome imd well-made GIG, equal to - new, *nd runs very lightly, with nrst-rate Harness, A First-rate Gig MARE, perfectly quiet, either in J ?addle or harness. - * .Sale to commence at 11 o'Cloclc. '' -.. Terms— Cash. No Reserve. HACKS AND EOADSTEES. , R. P. WHITEHGUSE |i[ AS received instractiotfe to Sell, without JlX Reserve, at Mr. Gordons Livery Stables, On WEPNESDAT NEXT, APRIL 23, At 12 o'CtooJ^ .,,, « First-rate Saddle Horses B Draught Horses , 4 Unbroken Colts jand Sillies j 2 Capital Drays and Harness. Terns— Cash. — . - — ; j — — - - B. P. WHITEHOUSE j HAS received instniclionB to offer for Sale by PuWc Auction, Bit GORDON'S STABLES, ' On SATURDAY, 26th APRIL, I At 12 o'clock, I. ' The 4hon«gh-bred - BAY COLT, Che...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 22 April 1856

STEAMER FOE BRISBANE. j~j_~w The Steamer BREAD ALBANE OTyk Captain Murphy, will now rtm regu OTimtrir larly from Ipswich to Brisbane, ever; tykMiUtfB alternate day. until further notice. For freight or passage, apply to '. PANTONACo. Ipswich, 10th March, 1856. STEAMERS BREMBR AND HAWK. ^i-^i The undersigned beg to notify ;tha JTOEK*. they are prepared to receive WOOL ^tfSES^fcc, for transmission to Brisbane. o ffllTfHWI «yaney.«ittorfc5r8teaAer«reafl«H 1 ?MB.i 1 ywg,^ at *ates a* low as hk» charged by any other party. THOS. BOYLAND & Co., , AGENTS FOB BbEHEB AND HAWS Ipswioh, Oct. 18th, 1866. :- FOR SALE, ^ggS At Canning Downs,: Warwlcl {?UlNr1 2ooo maiden ewes, H^^^L_ deliverable on the station, or any (jgB9g5SS£ where within fiO miles, ai may in agreed upon. AlSO RAMS FOB SALE, The most of them by imported rams, out offihoio ewcg. For particulars, apply to the undersigned, wh- invites intending purchase™ to come and judge foi themselves. G. *. W. DAVID80N. Canning Downs, M...

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COMMERCIAL REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 22 April 1856

COHHERCIAL REPORT. The past has been about the dullest week for . business we have had for some monthB. which may bi: accounts for by the near approach of the Circuit] Court. «nd the Races. Builders, however, continue to l-» fully employed.- and there is a great demand for dWlling.JioHses. the 'want of which by new coders is a i^reat obstacle ;'lb the progress of the tou«. A -1o7.rh fnoA four-roomed houses would readily find tenants ; and we hope that some of our mrijii'd men will shortly turn their attention to the bohjwt, ? ' ''.???-??' : ??'? '? ?'.?!..? V-'':^.' 'i.?;|-J . W«nl continues to arrive in limited quantities! an'l the following has brai received and forwarded for shipment, :vijs.;— 'From' Messrs. Hoy Ion a AtCoW fibres : 26 bal-;s wool. 2 bundles skins, McLean j .11 bjies _yr«ci|, F. 'Blacker; 9'?Alf' skiiiB^Hanrnn: Jfirnra Miws'rs. WI Gray & Go's, stares: J0'Vflc«* t«rfc-ol,'*IjfR's'^OiaiMA.-T over -C; 10 ditto; SM^SJl. djtto, YY ; 2 bundle* skjns,, Y«tns. ;j...

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RUSSIAN ACCOUNT OF OPERATIONS IN THE CRIMEA. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 22 April 1856

RUSSIAN ACCOUNT OF OPERATIONS IN THE CRIMEA. The Tnvaliiie Rutte, received this morning, contai: s pxtractt from tlie diary of Prince ?GortsdiMtoff, froii; Novcmlier Hth to 22nd. , The enemy, he-sty*, ^-i Chines firbnVtiine to time to make recon'nsissances bi: our loft flank. On the 16th November, four batta lions and two squadrons of the Allies advanced from the .Orkoimla towards the defiles of the mountain. Shots were exchanged with the advanced post of Cossac!;*, but only two of them were wonuded. From r.ni atoria the allied cavalry «liowed itself occasionally, ?with a view of destroying the neigh Dottrinjr villn^rfts, but they did not advance beyond hauT-a-day'N march from the tou-n.

Publication Title: North Australian, Ipswich And General Advertiser, The
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PUBLIC WORKS, AND THE BRISBANE AND BREMER RIVERS. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 22 April 1856

PUBLIC WOTtKS, AND THE BRISBANE AND BREHER EIVEHS. We have been requested by Ifr. Macalfeter to publish tho subjoined documents, relating to the commencement of the Public Works in this district, and the removal of the obstruction to the free navigation of the Rivers Brisbane and Bremer, for general in formation. Colonial Secretary's Office, Sydney, 12th April. 1856. Sf3, — Wil-h reference to yoiy letter of the 11th ultimo, enclosing a memorial from cert-ain residents of the town and neighbourhood of Brisbane, urging tho commencement of t^ Public Works at Moreton Bay. for. which provision lias been made by the Legislature, I am directed by the Governor-General to slate, for tlm information -of the memorialists, that steps nil! be taken to carry out the Public Works nt Sloreton Bay as early as circumstance^ will admit. A tender for tbe erection of the Light hou;o st C -ir».? 'foraton his bean already aeceptea. 2. His Kxealloney, howevur, desires me to «-!il. with re.L-.ird to thu Gao...

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RETURN OF THE BALTIC FLEET. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 22 April 1856

RETURN OF THE BALTIC FLEET. Telegraphic news from Hamburg, dated the 18th InBtant, announce that the entire Bquadron of British sailing vessels of tbe new in tbe north, numbering 17, had quitted the Baltic, and that no English vessels ojwar now remained. The ships were alLto return touts country.

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WARWICK. 10th April, 1856. CLOSE OF THE POLL. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 22 April 1856

WARWICK. TrBOM OCB COBRESPONDEKT.I 10th April, 1866. CLOSE OF THE POLL. Clarl- Irving ??? ? : ??? ??? ?? 87 Colin Mackenzie - ??? ' ? ?? 5 . Never were 42 voteK more quietly polled ; indeed, a Ktranser could hardlv have believed there was a con test between two parties for representative honours going omili the to\m, were be not told of the fact, So orderly was the business of the day conducted throughout, *t!iat it leaves mo little else to tell you than vJiat I have already done,— the state of the poll at Ms close The friends of Mr. Mackenzie must not be sur prised at the result of the polling here, for the people of \V'iir«iclj consider they have been cavalierly treated by that gentleman, and the agent sent to ad vocate Mr. Mackenzie'*) cause, 'was almost, although nni guile, a stranger to the people at this tnH of the Downs, and 'tis inherent in Englishmen to be shy of strangers. I will endeavour to let you have the result of the poll from the Clarence aud Richmond as early as po...

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