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LONDON WOOL REPORT. January 5, 1856. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 22 April 1856
LONDON WOOL EEPOBT. January 5, 1856. The Batisfactorv returns of the exports t-f woollen goods and yarn has imparted a firm tone to our market, and confirm the view we have for some time impressed, that the stocks of raw material ore con siderably ? decreasing, and are , good proofs of the proapect of our market for the February series. 'During the past month several parcels have changed hands .at an average advance on .November sales of full l&d. per lb., and from the anxiety on the part of dealers to buy up any small parcels offering, it is expected they are anxious to keep Tip their stocks, or otherwise they will, ere our next sales .commence, be entirely cleared out. It speaks well for the prospects of our market that stocks have not been so small for some years, add certainly the. quantity held by dealers was niver more reduced. The arrivals to date comprise 27,000 bales, which, with about 4500 bales held over, .comprise the total at preset) t for February. It is not ex...
THE TALLOW MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 22 April 1856
THE TALLOW MARKET. Messrs. Colchester and Woolmer report on the tallow trade, December 20. — ? .There is but little variation to note in the tallow market during the week ; a fair amount of specula tive business has been transacted at prices rather in favour cf tlie buyer. The consumers still keep out of the market, and as is usual at this period of the year, they will, without doubt, buy very sparingly until after Christmas: but as they have taken far loss than usual for some weeks past, we may infer that their stocks are light, and that they -will require supplies early next-mouth. There is but little doing at Petersburgh ; some tallow was bought for delivery at Moscow at rather easier rates ; carriage to Kowno had declined to 70 copecks. From the best informa tion we can obtain we are led to believe that the sup ply of Rnsaian tallow for the next three months vrlll not exceed 10,000 casks, which will fall considerably short of the average requirements of the trade. To day the mar...
LATEST PEACE RUMOURS. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 22 April 1856
&ATE8T PEACE RUMOUItS. The Paris correspondent of the Time* repents the usual paoifin Tumours. ' It is reported,' he says, ?that Russia «s on die -point of accepting the Austrian propositions, (md that in fact, we an on the ve of peace. But this gossip, repeated from day ?i day.liu censed to excite interest, and not a-ningU .utheatto statement is given whatever to confirm ?r contradict it. , , The correspondent of the Tmt$ gives some ex tracts from a letter describing the great penury to which the sacrifices occasioned by the war have re duced the higher classes of Russia, The Paris correspondent of the Pott writes:— ' The best information in my possession at the pre sent moment as to the peace question is this, — Russia has not -officially commissioned or counte nanced any propositions. Austrian diplomacy has made suggestions which have been submitted to Paris and London. The Cabinets of France and England have requested that the said propositions for peace should be stated...
REFUSAL OF TERMS OF THE BESIEGED AND SORTIE OF THE GARRISON. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 22 April 1856
REFUSAL OF TERMS OF THE BESIEGED AND SORTIE OF THE GARRISON. Vraraa, Saturday.— The Frenukn Blatt contains: a letter from a British officer at Kan, dated Nov. | 11, informing us that the state of the besieged gar- 1 rison was hopeless. They had offered to surrender if permitted to retreat to Erzeroum, but these terms were refused by General Mouravieff. On the 10th . the garrison made a. sortie and were repulsed. In reference .to the above intelligence it may be re marked ;that, on Wednesday, the express that was transmitted by magnetic telegraph stated that the Invalid* Rut$e, of December 2nd, contained a de spatch from General Mouravieff, dated November 10th, in which nothing was said about the state of affairs at Kars beyond announcing that the block* ado of tue place was vigorously maintained.
PERSIA. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 22 April 1856
PERSIA. Letters from Paris, alluding to the recent report that the United States had made a treaty -with the Shah of Persia, guaranteeing to Persia the territory bordering on the Persian Gulf, says that although no such treaty has been made as yet, it is certain that most friendly advances have been mode, and it is unfortunate chat at the moment when Russia and America are iutriguing with tho Shah of Persia, that the suspension of diplomatic relations between Persia and England should have taken place. The London Post of the 27 lh lias advicei from Persia, which do not confirm the capture of Herat bv the Russians.
THE NEW RUSSIAN LEVY. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 22 April 1856
THE NEW RUSSIAN LEVY. A letter from Hamburg, in the Moniteur of the 7th. says : — ' According to accounts from St. Petersburg the new levy, which is now in course of execution throughout almost tbe whole empire, meets with considerable difficulties. In the parts of the empire bordering on Prussia, tbe greatest discontent is ex pressed. Desertions are frequent, and the misery muit be very Buvere to force them to adopt a step which is attended with such danger.
MORE FIGHTING IN THE CRIMEA. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 22 April 1856
MORE FIGHTING IN THE CRIMEA. 'The following despatch respecting an affair at Ba^n-Orkoustn-Skrada is as received by the French Minister of War from --enernl IMissier : — ?? Sebastopol. December H. — Between 2000 and 3000 infantry and 400 uud 500 cavalry have attacked Baga-OrkoiiMta-Skrada. After an hour's sharp firin.; the enemy beat a retreat, leaving in nnr hands tilmut thirty prisoners, of tvho.u two are officers, besides killed and wounded, the number of whom is un known at present. Our loss is insignificant.' Baga-Orkousta-Skrada are three villages situated at the eastern extremity of the valley of Baidar, and to the extreme right of the French position as well as that of the allied army. Our allies am- posted very strongly here, and their reserves are close at band. ?
DRAYTON. 16th April, 1856. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 22 April 1856
DRAYTON. [FBOM OUIl COUltESPO\TlENT.] 16th April. 185G. Yesterday, the loth instant, was the polling-day at this pltvce for the election of a member fnr the United Counties of Clarence and Darling Downs. Our little township presented quite a livelv auc ?ay appo.iraiicc — flags of every description floating in the breeze, and each pnUic-liouse endeavouring to rival the other, by displaying their ganly colours in support and compliment to tTiiir favourite candi date. Dog-carts mid other vehicles wore to bo seen in aU directions, gaudily decorated, convoying tbe electors to tlie Court-house to register their votes. Good feeling and order seemed to prevail throughout tho to-viiship during the day, nlthn'.ieli. of course, several jokes were passed, as also a little chaffing, which is usual on these occasions : And, I must soy, great credit is due to the inhabitants of our town and district for the creditable manner in which they sonducted themselves on so exciting nn occasion. At four o'...
SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 22 April 1856
SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVALS. April 13. — Don Juan, schooner, 130 tons, Lindo, from Sydney 25th ult. April H.— Waratah, steamer, fiOO tons, Warner, from Sydney, 10th instant. Passengers — Mr. C. O M'Donald, Mr. H. Robinson, Mr. Lawless, Mr. Harvey, Mr. R. Davidson, and 14 in the steerage, 1 constable and 1 prisoner. April 17.— Sable Chief, schooner, 100 tons. Lake from Sydney, March 29. Passengers (for Port Cur is) — Mr. U'ilmot, and five in the steerage. April 18.— Palermo, brig, 184 tons. Gold, from Sydney. Passengers — Mr. Greenwood, Mr. Atkin son, and Mr. Young. April 19. — Boomerang, steamer, 400 tons, Captain O'Reilly, from Syduey April 16. Passengers— Mr. and Mrs. M'Pon&Jd. .children, and servant; Miw Bloodswortli, Mr. T. Coutts, Mr. J. it. Bowman, Mr. W. Hendren, Mr. Ocock, and 14 in the steerage. DEPARTURE. April 17. — Waratah, steamer, £00 tons, Warner, for Sydney. Passengers — Mr. Brewster, Mr. C. R and Mrs. Haly, two children, and servant, Mr. J. S. Ferriter, ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 29 April 1856
, :,j. ,- ? .hi\(x JEEBilS.. -'^ ????-.'??. Tho NosTt( AfiSTBAijtAk is published every 5Tues day^iorning, and forwarded to country |nbscrib«rs . Per quarter, in advance .... 6s. 6d. ' Per quarter, credit . 1 . . . ^ . . . 7si 6d. Single number, sixpence. The Quarters will termi nate on the 31st March, SOth June, 3Cth ]Beptejnr ber, and :31st December, at whicn' 'pe'rio3s only can resignation, bo, received. - No orders for wididrawal , will be attended to niiless given in writing: Mew subscribers will be charged from die date of 0om meucing tliei^Bul^crintioh. :? ! / : ;/ 'i t Advertisements will be charged at the rate of Twolines ? 1 TOT pour ,.;.,. — ,......„...,,.. |,»- , Eighty iU:..:^1.1:.:;-.,.;;;1 ,t:* '?' Kveryadditionalinch s. Ji.... 1 0 The: number of insertions ihust be -written on 'each ;. advertisement, or diey wjU be continued until coun- i : terimindcd^ and charged accordingly .',/ / All Orders and. teoffittiunlcitiohs fonoMHt to tlie 'Editor, fir to Messrs. E: J; atid...
SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVAL. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 29 April 1856
SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVAL. April 24.— Raven, schooner, 115-tons, Brown, from Sydney 18th instant. DEPARTURES. April 21.— Sable Chief, schooner. 100 tons. Lake, tor - fort uirtut. Jfassenger— 1 hi the steerage. AIko the patwengers reported from Sydney. Aprj)2:j.— Boomerang, steamer, 4tW tons, O'Reilly, »Vtbb&M,!v *»-*»«? Berfcman, Mr. Cockbwn, Mn. Walsh, and 44 in the steerage. ,.'A|*H sa.^Jozehound, barque, 883 tons, Allison, for JUthdpu. . ?; ' IMPORTS. Boomerang ; 1 cask, Bowen ; 8 hogsheads, Bartley ; ?!*'«? Bwton; 1 package. Bays; 1 do, Beattie; 58 do., Contto; 8 do.. Cnbh &Foote; 2do., FaJr tloth; I 4o., Femister; 81 do., Fleming; 2 '*-', Gray; 10 -lo., W. Gray; 1 do., Griffiths; 40 do.. Bookings; 2 do, Hendren; 4 do., T.H.Jones & Co.; I do., Johnston; 2 do., .Lloyd; 1 do., Lord; 70 do., M'CaUe; 12 do. M' Adams j 28 do., Mar wlmll; 1 do., Mackenzie; SO do., North; 2 do., Nott & Co.; 2 do., Korris; 2 do., Oliver; 8 do.. Order; 8 do., Piddingt...