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MISCELLANEOUS. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 29 April 1856

MISGELLA^QUS. A new church building (effort in, relation -.to .the metropolis is in progress, .Lord - Robert, Grro»veupr being the moving spirit. The list of subscriptions commences with die Crown, £10,000; die -Duke of Bedford, 10,000; the Marquis pf WestniinsjtoJ-, £10,000. The entire list, when the value of tbe.aitei Mid promised churches are reckoned' np, reactions total of more titan jGGO.OOO. ' The* object is to collect £600.000. and to build 100 churches. ' A meteor, seen near Jftpttingnara on Dee/19, was seen in the neighbourhood of Barnsley, Yorkshire, on the morning of the same day. The Ittdt In telligeneer, in giving an account of this phenomenon, saye :— 'A round, finger, resembling a ball of fire, made its appearance in the heavens and darted perpendicularly, with terrific rapidity towards tbe earth, ultimately shaping itself in , the form of a long pole. For a short time it continued in the former shape, and for several seconds longer in the latter, and afierwerds vani...

Publication Title: North Australian, Ipswich And General Advertiser, The
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TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 29 April 1856

TO CORRESPONDENTS. Pabbon Svon.— With regard to the production you allude to, it has not passed unnoticed ; but it to really so contemptible and pointless, that we do not aeem it necessAry to refute the falsehood* therein contained, or wply to the ajotiess attacks o- rp spcctable iudividui^si.which, while they exiMMe the . animus both Of the^riter. and of the pur^wh? allowed them to be printed,. carry with them ttwl? own refutation. The jonmaltn'wbich that woteeau ' appeared is becoming more degraded erery we«k. and will soon be numbered among the ?' has beens,' unless the management of it is placed in more com petent hands. , ?

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SCOTLAND. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 29 April 1856

SCOTLAND. (From the Some Xitct, January 7.) Sir James Fergusson, of Kilkerran, Bart., M.P., in compliance with a request of the Stcchanips' In stitution at Girvan, delivered a most able and inte resting lectors on 'The prescnt'war with Russia.' After taking a rapid glance at the history olKussia, find die -nefarious part which she. played in tbe par tition of Poland, die extinction of Hungarian liberty,' and in die attempt to coax England aud Prance to become partners in her spoliation and annihilation' of Turkey, he referred to the origin of the present war, and then described minutely the battles which had taken place in tbe Crimea np to the. taking of Sebastopol, referring, in die course of 'his -address, to incidents of the war which had come under his own observation. The Honourable Baronet was complimented with a vote of thanks at the cltsseof his address.' : : ??? ? ilr- ?''??»vhm. ih oj' . In an address to the King of Sardinia from' 'die' Inhabitants of Edinburgh'— to wit, s...

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THE NORTH AUSTRALIAN. IPSWICH, TUESDAY, APRIL 29, 1856. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 29 April 1856

THE NORTH ATOTBAUAH. JPSWICn, TUESDAY APRIL 29. 186?. Theee are but few, if any, towns in *ho colony of the same ettent that oreeo deficient in ope respect as our own. Ipswich, notwith standing its populous neighbourhood and growing population, cannot boast of a School of Arts, or Public Assembly Boom. The de sirableness and utility of such* building are universally admitted ; but no great' exertions have been made with a Hew ot securing tlif* object Now U the time for action; and w we have already the certainty before us U:*t a Public Hospital will be diortly estabf iahed, let us endeavour, without delay, to obtain funds for the erection of the building me have alluded to. It cannot, Barely, be said that the funds for this purpose are inot to be pb-l tained. For our parts, we feel confident -that i if the matter was once 'taken up with tho some energy and perseverance Out have' toon displayed in «Btablishiog a Public Hospital, the Government would willingly aooede to tho united voi...

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IRELAND. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 29 April 1856

IRELAND. (From thf. ttomA A1.w«, January 7.) i ,The Archbishop of Dublin has been tiic picut o- tho Lord Bishop of Cork, Clm'no. aud Rums, at«h. Se&honac, dnring his visit to Cork. On tite'18th Dccotnixsr, die Royal Dublin Soeietj made a first experiment iu holding a winter cuttl- show; and both iu die number and quality of the animals which' competed for the prizes, it was, tinder the circumstances, considered a very success ful one. Among the principal exhibitors were the Earl of Claiicarty, the Karl of Mayo. Lord Monck, M.P., and Sir Edward Bi'Douuull. On the J8th December, property to the amount of £41,000 was disposed or before Sir. Commissioner LongfieM. Among the estates sold were those ffif Sir Robert Wofsse, in the King1* County, which realised £23,0U0; the estates of Mr. John Greene, M.P., in Tipperary and Kilkenny; and estates in Cavau, Bleath, and Carloiv. Aii attempt was made recently to murder a man and his wife named Pat and Bridget C;illagimn, re siding in Mo...

Publication Title: North Australian, Ipswich And General Advertiser, The
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LATEST INTELLIGENCE. HIGHLY IMPORTANT. NEWS TO THE 17th OF FEBRUARY. SUSPENSION OF HOSTILITIES. PEACE NEGOTIATIONS. OPENING OF PARLIAMENT. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 29 April 1856

LATEST INTELLIGiNCE. HIGHLY IMPOBTANJT. . HEWS TO THE 17th OF FEBBITABY. SUSP1?N$IOKOF HOSTILITIES. PEACE NEGOTIATIONS. OPENINGr o¥^ijSXltJSEST, ?. Up to the time of our going to 'Press the Sydney mail had liot reached here, although I tho Shamrock** mail was brought bo Brisbane; yesterday morninff br the Gustoms* boat : but the brig jlfaria, Captain Afehmbre.nftd brought Sydney journals to Bris^be:»n'Sa,turdiij, containing , JCnropean news to the: 17th of February, reoeived #k Melbournesby the mail packet Royal CAarter,. which vessel 'MA made the quickest passage 'tit record;' namely, ffiy lu'ne dagil ^p M^tia^eMl^apintam Preu of yesterday :—?'?' -*?-?: ?&/ ^''\« ??'-?-? ? pondon and the iwmntry goneranV *rt* thrown »«to* gtwCftiie «tf exdtmSit «srty^»«Tiftwaiiy morateg by the aWnorinoement in ft sccouaeditlonof ft«7V^u follow* ;-^ .* '??- ???? ??? -f ?'- ' We have tlie Following telegraphic despatch 1'roin our Vienna correspondent :— ? ' Russia lias unconditionally accepte...

Publication Title: North Australian, Ipswich And General Advertiser, The
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EUROPEAN NEWS. RELATIVE POWER OF ENGLAND AND RUSSIA. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 29 April 1856

EUROPEAN NEWS. RELATIVE POWER OF ENGLAND AND RCSSIA. A correspondent of the 77»u« furnishes die follow ing calculations: — As any contribution towards a correct estimate of die relative powers of the con tending parties may not be without some interest, I venture to communicate the following simple deduc tions from reeent statistics for the middle of die year 1865:— 1. Population of Great Britain in round numbers ? 28,000,000 Population of Russia ? ...02,000,000 That in, the respective populations, speaking roughly, are as 15 to 7 men iu favour of Russia. _ 2. Persons to 1 geographical square mile : — Great Britain ? 310 Russia ? 89 Or, in other words, die densities . of population are respeetirely as 81 to 9 nearly in favour of Great Britain. 8. Number of towns over 60,000 inhabitants : — Great Britain..... ? 82 Russia....: ? 8 That is, the numbers of great towns in both countries are as 82 to B in favour of England. And, finally— 4. Per-centoce of the inhabitants of such 'towns, w...

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THE CRIMEA. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 29 April 1856

THE CRIMEA. The last dock at Sebastopol has been successfully blown up. Fort Nicholas is completely mined.— Three British regiments are about to re-embark for England— 3000 men in all. All is quiet.

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RETURN OF THE HUDSON BY COMPANY'S ARCTIC EXPEDITION IN SEARCH OF SIR JOHN FRANKLIN. CONFIRMATION OF DR. RAE'S REPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 29 April 1856

ttETORN OF THE HUDSON BiT COMPANTS ARCTIC EXPEDITION IN SEARCH OF SIR JOHN FBANKLIN. ConnuATioH of De. Rab1* Rbpobts. (From the Montreal ffcrtdd of Peeember 24.) We have been favoured by E. K. Hopkins, Esq. (iu Ac absence of Sir George Sinpson), widi die rbUowing «ndine of Use proceedrqp of die Arctic &poditkm,-wbich, by instructions tern her Majesty's Government, was employed by the Hudson's Bay Uotnpany to tonow up, uie ciue awooverea oy ur. Ene while engaged on anodier oxjlorlug expedition, also fitted out by die Hudson's Bay Company, of die ate of Sir John FrantllnV patty. ' ? It wUI be W the ropoUecdonof oar readers diat it s scarcely a year ago that we publkbei to die world lie first authentic information which ijid twen re ceived of die lamentable fete of diogalaiit Franklin and his brave comrades. The intelligence which was conveyed to 0r. Rae In ihe winter bf 1863-54 by die Esquimaux, and in the accuracy tf which that distingidshed Arctic traveller placed penect rel...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 29 April 1856

- 'USE nOVQBMAXTB A3MB. DAIifiSY *«*«? CREEK. - ? /T1HE Undersigned beg* to return hit thanks h JL 4he PabUe^eneniUjr tortile Ttiyliberml patron *m1m 1km veeeived during the sa*t twelve months Yoar to mrit tlui jpatoonage so kindly bestowed $he*owe and premie bra wdeiOTecoPsiderabti ?liarartoni, ?Wrt the4»p»-uf* «d cleanliness wil I* oosec^Iaweiy branch of the domestic mm cidrotey dcMrtmwt, far itMi the Ploikiekax'i jySMt^W^Jilliilriilwd. - ? .^^a&ielWMe to *tet« Out he fa* l^b^joofaoAdftlietlioieMt WiftM, ^iriti, ^jjsrt£*te Bottled Ale Mfarillesf of Cost anil expense to please tb* palate of-those $entlemen «ho to liberally patronice bin Be has also a ' ?? ?' ' ? ? : sufficient to awomwodate * large number of borsei with a good supply of Goto and Hay always on band andhafiojr empoyeda/ftrrt-i^ Ostler to superin tend thin department, customers may always ensur having their steeds property attended to. - JOSEPH WSfiUST. ^£b April, 1866. „ THE 8P0ET8K&3TS ABHB, }ih|- dn...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 29 April 1856

#Bfc^. Ths Sjeamar BREADALBANE, M&M&ibK;- Owbtin Murphy, will now ran regu JimaK. Iwyfrom Ipswich to Brisbane, every wSHSSSpB alternate day, until further notice. foHreigbtw passage, apply to « .'??? ??;?'?? ?- ? ?? , ''' PANTON & Co. . Ipswich; 10th March, 1856. ? STEAMERS BBEMER AND HAWK. .rfBt^^a. - Thk nndcrsigned beg to notify that wnSmnRv/ they ire prepared to receive WOOL, 'HQiW'.lie.; for transmission to Brisbane, or raSsHB Sydney, eithfir&y SteaniejDr Sailing .-. ... .- i1 ?? vVortet ah »te» a¥TlW a* thoae charged by any other party: : THOS: BOFLASD * Co., ? ? ''- ? . Agent* fob Beem^b and Hawk. . ? IpBwlch.Oct. 18th, 185ft. ? : . FOR SALE, ^^^^MJB| At Canning Downs, Warwick ^^Vf eOOO MAIDEN EWES, m^^n ' ' '- deliverable on the Station, or anV NqH^pPfeRS : when within 50 miles, as may oe agreed 'upon. ' . ' ALSO' ? ? ? BAMS FOR SAEE, The «ost of* tnein;1iy:fanpbrfod rams, out of choice ewes. For particulars, apply to the undersigned, who invi...

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COMMERCIAL REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 29 April 1856

COJOIESCIAt REPORT. Trade has undergone a slight improvement since our but. The continued fine weather to very favour able for the conveyance of wool from the interior, though in wine parts we bear of the mam thorough fares being in a very bad condition, particularly under 4he Main Basse. The following produce has been received and for warded for shipment, viz. :— From Messrs. Boyland 4 Co.'s.atoras— 27 bales wool, 4 ditto skins, I bag wool, Wyasa; 22 ditto, AS; 3 bales skins, 2 casks tallow, 6 hides, HL with Y underneath. From Messrs. W. Gray & Co.'s stores-49 bales wool, , GOG; 21 ditto, O with LE conjoined; 18 ditto,1 QMcK in a diamond ; 20 ditto, JT ; 20 ditto, Boyds ; 10 ditto, C with T over. , The latest accounts received by the Royal Charter «tete tliat the wool «ales commenced on the 14th of February, and that 40,000 bales were offered to com petition. An advance of 2d. per tt-. had been ob tained. It was anticipated that a similar advance would take place in Sydney....

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SPIRIT OF THE PRESS. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 29 April 1856

IBIEIT OF f HE PRES&T The arrival of JIms Austrian arobassaSor at St. Petersburg, wilfc the terms of peace proposes by Austria, Mid aceeftea'to ty the Western Powers, tomtaat-» diu first act of dVdraina. of negotiation. W.. ?-»- nnmr ht'Mnnaiilnnvl to llAVit adVAUCcd ttOIIIC irky into the second act, but as yet tbo stage is occupied by tsxits aria entrances, which may, or in*y not, J» significant of coining events, and by a -umterioHS Bftutoinimc 4n die style of the &mous Lord Buricigh. Diplomatic agents have been moving to and fro; various rujnoura uud sug gestions have been igivwn out, with more or loss *^«»»Wiy,'indiffisrentqiiartor8; and expectations of a pacific settlement are agaiu raised iu die face, as qsnal, of most suspicious circumstances to the contrary. ' Tricing those shows of action In the order of ihelr ooourrenoe we find the Saxon minister in Paris, Sanaa Seebach, , making a communication, the nature of which has not transpired, to the French governm...

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NEW RUSSIAN FORTIFICATIONS AT SEBASTOPOL. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 29 April 1856

KEW RUSSIAN FOUflFlCATIONS AT SEBA^ioPOL. ' A letter from before Sebastopol, of the 7th Decem ber, gives some account of the fortifications which the Russians are now executing ou ti}e northeru side oftiwharbonr;'' /'??''!'. - '.' . .;?;? ... ? 'I cannot say what S4?antage the Bosnians «n» , pect to derive from alltbe works, which they are von structiug on the north rile of Sebastopol ; hut they are certainly most activ^y engaged on them, and then is not ahiUockV.a«reek,ora.ny poiiition, how ever insignificant it maybe, that b not seouredby a battery a fort, or a redodbt. I will endeavour to give you some details dr1 these wdrkg, beginnmg at Fort Constontine, at the entrance of the port. The summit of the^ Phvteau Congtantioe is now covered by a fortification to which It would be difficult to give a technical same ; it is a pile of batteries and counter batteries, of cavaliers artd'^edoabls united together* . to Fort Coustoptine. *y wimerom conteA 'Wfka, In the rear of Fort Constant...

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PUBLIC IMPROVEMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 29 April 1856

iii »o'i/PU&»IGiiMPRGyEMENTS^' ?j^Ve' iiav£ great Batisfection in laying before oUr riders the subjoined correspondence relatigag ito the grants of land from Govern ment for public purposes, applied for in Janu ary last, 'froni which it will be seen that His Exoelienoy th&vGovernor -3eueml has con siderately complied with the requests of the inhabitaijts ; and that the lands in question Mli lie appiopiiflteil to the public use as soon as the fine of railway hns been determined upon, vriiich 'will probably be ascertained in the course of three or four mouths : — Colonial Secretary's Office, Sydney, 3rd April. 1865. Sib. — A memorial having been received from cer tain inhabitants of the town and neighbourhood of tpivrlcsh, requesting that land may he authorized as sites for Jin Immigration Depot, Infirmary, Public Park, and School of Arts, I do myself the honour, by rite direction of his EUoellenoy the tJovenior Gcncra), to inform you that there appears to bo no object...

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MEMBERS ELECTED. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 29 April 1856

MEMBERS ELECTED. Cm or Stsxet (4) ? Charles Cowper ? ,.Old. Henry Parkes .........Old. Robert Campbell ......Old. James R. Wilsbire ? Old Stdket Hamlets (2) ... Daniel Cooper. ? Old. - Stuart A. Donaldson...01d. Camdeh West (2) ? James Macarthur ......Old. John Norton Oxley ...Now. Northumberland Bo vEouons (2) ? George R. Nichols ? Old. Bourn Russell *. ? New. Paeramatta (2) ......A. Henry Wf Parker ? Old. George Oakes ? Old. North Easterh Bo BobeHS (IK ? Edward Flood ? ..Old. JlORETON, WIDE BAT, BCRNETT, AND Ma eamoa (1) ? Gordon Sandeman ....New. SiA.isi.Er BoaoooHB (2)... Thomas Holt-.'— ......New. John Richardson ? Old.: Staniet Coumy (1) ? Henry Buckley ? New. \Vpbtebk BoBorrans (1).. A. T. Holroyd ........Old. Camben East (2) ? Henry Ojbprne.... ? Old. John MOB ? ..New. MimEAF (1) ? William forster ? l'Ncw. SoBTiiEfiN Boaouobs (1) Terence A. Murray ...Old'. Arotle (1) ? .'. ? :..:i 3. H. Plunkett ...; ? Old. BVthcrst Codntt (1) ... J. H. Plunkett ? ...,0ld. CuMBKELAJfD, NoftT...

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THE RUGELEY, POISONING CASES. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 29 April 1856

THE EUGELEy. POISONING CASES. ' f n rafereribi to4 a'^iarge of murder preferred against a surgeon natne^ Palmer, .narrated in the Pbstscript of our hut number, it is statedihat cir cumstances have transpired which tend to establish other chjvrces icamst him. It is said that he innurod hU wifetslin)' for £18,000. iBhe died sbortly after wards, and uwn the usual proj»a*e being produced, the monev *ks duly paid.*, tie then induced his brother. Water 'Palmer, to injure h\a tilo for a similar sum, aid afterwards obtained the transfer of it on an. alleged debt pf £409, which ho (William Palmer) stated wa« due by his brother. Palmer made every endeavour to furtiier insure this life ; but ' in consequence of an anonymous letter from Stafford it wai declined. The brother has since died;; and the nsual&emfcn'd was made for the niouey. The large amount, and *he previous death of Palmer's win, haviug excited the suspicion of the numerous insurance' offices conoerrisd, they deemed it pru...

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LOCAL AND DOMESTIC. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 29 April 1856

i-QCAL AND DOMESTjfe Podkd Fees.— Table of rates to be charged for the trespass of cattle, and their sustenance, whilst im pounded in the Police District of Ipswich, under the provisions of the Act of Council 13 Victoria, No. 86. Fixed by the Justices in Petty Sessions assembled, on the 12th March, 1856. urn ti eis s a c^g **§ £ . W*^' ?E1I61-*8 .* ? Mift-Si! «| *o ? o o S-i§S|-g -|b «^. © « « c | Go's g^ u g.e S § ? ' ? ' * S-o3 O 13 O C5 TO © -O rtin ??.' I Itlli fitlfeli '* 9 ° * ? * ca'S-grf-l^ ? o. © © © m *8 a 5 'S w e fsMfes ? J? &£ i I I ! i ;| |!! (1 1 1;- '1 Jff 1 1 S- f ? .« ? fe ' fe 1 'fe g 3y order of the Justices,— Fred. Chas. Daveney Clerk of Petty Sessions. — Allowed by His Excellency the Governor, E. Deas Thomson, Colonial Secretary Hosqditoes. — Captain Mayne Reid, in the 'Bunters' Feast,' describes the safety from mos quitoes which results from the application of penny royal. He says, ' Whether it is the highly aromatic odonr of the pennyroyal that keeps ...

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OPENING OF PARLIAMENT BY HER MAJESTY. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 29 April 1856

OPENING OF PARLIAMENT BY HEB MAJESTY. The parliament was opened on the 81st January by the Queen in person. The pageant was brilliant, and excited an unusual amount of interest. The royal speech was as follows : — ' ' My Lords and Gentlemen, 'Since the close of the last session of Parliament the arms of the Allies have achieved a signal and important success. Sebastopol, the great stronghold' of Russia in the Black Sea, has yielded to the per severing constancy, and to the daring bravery of the allied forces. ' The naval and military preparations for. the ensuing year have necessarily occupied my 'serious attention ; but while determined to omit no effort which could give vigour to the operations of the war, I have ..deemed it my duty not to decline any overtures which might reasonably afford a -prospect of a safe and honourable peace. Accordingly, when the Emperor of Austria lately offered to myself, and to my august ally, the Emperor of the French, to employ his good offices with ...

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THE DIFFERENCES WITH AMERICA. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 29 April 1856

THE DIFFERENCES WITH AMERICA. A semi-official disclaimer from the United States Government has appeared, to the effect that the feelings of the Executive towards Great Britain have been grossly misrepresented, and that no fear need be entertained of any serious rupture of the amicable relations subsisting between England and America. ?

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