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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 6 May 1856

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVALS. Stay 1.— Callcnder, sdtooner. 200 tons, Collins, from Sydney, 18th April. Passenger — 1 in the steerage. May 4. — Boomaraug, steamer. 400 ton v Henry O'BciHv, commander. Left Sydney April 20, New castle May 1. and arrived in the bay at 8 a.m. on Saturday. Passengers— Messrs. Saundcrs, Ferriter, T. C. Breillat, Wrench, Oadofjan. P. Leslie, Sforlcj-, ,T. Macartlmr, B. Cribb, W. Wilkcs, Mrs. Noble, and 13 iu the steerage. DEPARTURES. i April 29.— Palermo, briff, i*t tons. Gold, for Syd ney. May 3.— Yarra Yarra, steamer. Bell, for Sydney. P.iBsen(r.TB— Mr. A. W. ManninR, ftev. A. W. 8in clair, Mth. Roche, servant, and child, Mr. and Mrs. Western, Mrs. Sinclair, Mr. and Mrs. A. Snndeman, child, and two servants. Miss Buchanan, and — in the steerage. w: V l--!qig0!Er& Cullender : 400 bags flour, 20 hogsheads ale, N. Bartlcy; 19 cases Heiissler; 80 bags flour, G. Da vidson ; 131 bags rice, C barrels oiL'B. Towns & Co. Yarra Yarra : 1 package...

Publication Title: North Australian, Ipswich And General Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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COMMERCIAL REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 6 May 1856

00MMEKCIAL EEP0ET. ' The usual ainotmt ciPbugiursViiaSiteeh transacted during -the |«a*t week ; but .produce fittm tlic interior arrives 'slowly, owing to the bad state of the roads. ? , The following produce has been received and for wanleilfbr shipmwt. vie. :— From Mc«»rs. BoykvnA & Co.'s stores— 80 bales wool, HM conjoined over M; 35 -lo., :fi in .i| -$cle and diamond; 30 do.. MFTovcr Binbiau. From Hcsisr*- w- -»ray & Co.'s stores — 5 casks tallow, 1/ liidf-s, B. flore ; S hides, Bundock ti JLassic. ; ' '

Publication Title: North Australian, Ipswich And General Advertiser, The
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THE WAR IN THE EAST. THE BLOWING-UP WORKS AND DESTRUCTION OF DOCKS. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 6 May 1856

?m mm. in toe jsast. TEE BWWT&G-VP WORKS AND DESTRUCTION OF DOCKS. Cawt Pefore Sedastomi, Jamjaby 28.-^ The destruction of the decks ^iU, ft is fully expected, be completed thtsjrook. Only one of them, the west-. erniuosf, stall partiy retains its original aspect;. die. otbci^ nr« ^ere cb%snis, partially filled with rums. The *?™'^JF**' ' f ''** their, share of the. work very effectnHy, and nothing remains for them to destroy. For Tmrions reasons tlic English works were inoro gradual in their progress, hut have been less .thoroughly carried out. The ,djflicuilf of des truction was enhanced in tlie .case of the docks allotted to the English by the fnct that these were in part hewn out -of solid rock. The basin thus formed was lined with huge masses of stone, and between roclc and stone earth fit-as fiiled fu. The engineers availed themselves of the soft interval for their mined, and Mew Hie walls and counterforts inwards, hut the rock remains, making in places.tbe outline of ...

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NEW ZEALAND. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 6 May 1856

NEw'zEAiiAXD.'. Otaoo.— Our usual files of O/Ago papers have HBti: come io hand by the Aowuo, which trHvcd in PoYt Lyttleton yesterday moratng from tlienf*. A icop»: of thaWitneu of the 8th instant; hoWewfi hasiiBcn kmdly; lent iis by «:pbweiiger1tf-4hii'-fiUHto.' Wo!1 understand that the 'Southern 6Vos*. with t;migranT£ and cargo, had arrived at Otftgo, After ?a'»tissaSe)'bf; 102 days -from England. This vessel left'EncliiiM' ' in the early part of Xovenibor. fend^herufore Mh^s ? no earlier -news than that ve have; rbfcoi ted fe: AuBtralio. A brig of over 200tons horded drawing ten feet ??of water, had run op' to tlie hfeod^bf 'tltb'1 harbouri and had been anchored CioS6 ioTjIi* tb'fth1' of Duuediri, an ^rant ?wbibh liaH; tAMsM taiidn'ix^ citement throughout ttei-roviuee.-^%«fctori Tffn'hK1' March 15. -.^...^h;:;.-., :.!-,'?: f» ;.--.i ;ii ?ii««j i Boa» 4iiTO0TraiiB»aB^-i.anie'|»cllltltft ^:jftrfirtSpT!i^ the remote pntts-ol'stlio dUtribt KfetsVbry-ddy iricJrcfeii1 ing;.'1 The grea...

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JOHN RICHARDSON. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 6 May 1856

^dthrTii^HAiasso^. ; The gMiUbinan 'who lias been i^turiicd tetho IJtffil Ifttive 'AHsMnibWaR die sebortd.niemuei^Tor thL- Stouley1 o«l*fec'vtn:iJie!taicCdunaU : ' /'' *'-. ? : :' Mr, lV61m n-charfson i6:ft nfiWve of Sc-ttartd. and ?w. tor* ?wmt^wjmcMiUfM 'i8i5: ? i«s f.ahpT.tlifi'kWltei-TSohimichar^b.i,^^^ pf-ipucbtev'^^Vr1e^*iffi^¥ia-SVpi«hMrrM the; \0. joitii', PrattV'lisfil, '6'?, huntehV~1n' Ihosaiiik; counTrV-' . The tiiibjeci ,i# tto ribHc-'lWas!^dneatea, fir.natHhe'j4riKhsehoVdofFreuc1iie,llitmatPitlcfi!lc: an4.'fihaily fit Cuua'Acaadiiiyi 'vi'Uicb he' ltiftat the '^t^t'\m^li'''lt vein fiMSii^aeiltWbb'jHlbHld CSloW. the jprbf^iiion of the )av| but about ith'w time t^efttenttbii jiras abandoned, andheTi'as apprBnHced to ajinendrapgr.in KirUldy. In J&K, he removed to London, 'where 'lie Tfeiiiiineil abbtft, elihteen «&n?B^ ^4ft16^,^'iM-iM iiKewSbuth Wales, and tooV einpibynibnt in' Sydney inidor the late firm of R. Bburnc and Company which situation bciield 'fo...

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THE NEW PARLIAMENT. THOMAS HOLT. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 6 May 1856

-the nt::\v parliament. ( from the Umpire.) THOMAS HOLT. Mr! 'Thomas Holt is a native of Yorkshire, JiarUig, befji born at Horhury, near Leeds, on tltel'lthof jVbvmiber, 1812.' He is consequently in the forty tbnrtli ' vcar of bis age. ? .' ; ,, Mr. Holt's father, the late Thomas Bolt, Esq., was one of the oldest and most respected wool-inerclmnts in Leeds, who, having retired from business with au ample fortune in 1842, died a. few inoiitlm ago at Jiis residence,. Wedderburn House, ljLarrogate, , itr. Holt was educated principally at the establishments Of Mr. Tolsou of . Poutefj-avt, mid th« Jlev. l)r. Cope of, Waketicld. i''Thc latter geutJcinani; wjiy 'wan a ftopulpr Independent Minister, is Jipld in^flettiqaate remembrance |-y Mr. Holt as a paterual instructor to whom he is jnuch'inilobied. , .,.„''.;-,?,/.', ^j- \ .', '.. When ? pbout t^^B^'-^we yf^rs.of , :age, ., .ifix^ HpU left Kngland as a rejtrescntativc pf tlio Leeds house in tlie -wool-markets of the (Joutinfant: For tli...

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COLONIAL NEWS. VICTORIA. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 6 May 1856

COLONIAL N#«. TjeraaiA. We have received Aiulbounie papers to the :16th ofs - April.. . ,:? , „?; .^.,..J...|« {.: -. I:.. , j, rvs.livi COLEMJkil's Cui-rBBiaX 3B8E1.11BESTBUC-B nfeisIGIlT-, Niso.— Last c veiling there (WHS u:res»eetaHB.attiiitd-' ance,*o.seq LoU Monies iu AemodeuSitt* ?Ihe.ldltlo ;. Devil.. While tWs piece wa«;|(ei«^M^»j^»aJ,-* u heavy thunder-storm pawed i-.v*r*ajaiia*^ifla*rofi 4:i liKlitning struck the theatre. Ktcpmpnnio'aby n dap -... ?. of thunder re.senibling *he ^ohaiigeof.a liaavy |riebe ? . . ' i of aitillery. The electric fluid entered the j)ta-thi-; ? side of Xhe. bnildiug, nt tho. stage und, making a breach nearly three loet in Jkmoter iieiir the oajrr«. It then Appears fojmve dai«c4to^aals-thcttpnnsite . wing, posing butweenMessre.FjgllandandHoivai-d, «? alarming both, and elightly.iaiKietiiig.the bawd ot' ? ^ the4fittcr,,-Jie)! setting .fiiiu .to 8«no^aiu;ciictdiepv;f andjjassing.UirQ^i. liitt iqoJTJiMJto#paiitii KUd*tov .--: 1*at at |&iph;ft...

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LOCAL AND DOMESTIC. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 6 May 1856

LOCAL AND DOMESTIC; BiiEAca of tub Mastbbs'. jLsp.SKavAsrs* Aot— At the Police Oiiice, ou Wednesday, n GerttiaB named Chribtopher Keis, the hired servant of Mr, i David Ord. of Biiuiianhah Creelc, va« sumnjpned before the licneb to answer au luforn'iil.ion which had tyaen, itluii against liiin for disobedience of orders and fieueral lnisconduct. The coraplainant -stated that on the 2ui-d u!timo,.he dii-ected Keia to proceed, with his two daughters- to Ips*i«)Lfl.ndito ^ritiislowlyi but tiiat instead of doius so, Itehad urged the borse on the roadat.siicliaiapid'paoetlifttthcyonug ladies became greatly alarmed tor {heir safety, and one of them threatened to Jump out if the defendant did not desist, .He refused, however, to slacken the speed oiVjtie ,v.ebwle uuUlhiarrjji-^d at,hjs,,destina tipn. Several other cmnplauityJ .cespectinff.the cpn duet of die defendntit w ejre profianrjM, wid jflie Bench, : considering that die case \ras,prove'd, seqteiiced tihn toboimuriBbnedoupmpiitbiaita...

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TO THE FARMERS OF THE MORETON BAY DISTRICT. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 6 May 1856

v )?? . '??''' '?''u.\Y-»i8Tntiir;- ? ?'?? ?'?--'?'.??? ,:(firfaipur.oftiie Forth Aujtrniw'.) 'iPj-il,MJ\f-'OotiS?siST8,^-^Pfom an wdvwtiiteinwit ? in ? aitntliur part of this \m\M\- you will sue thtit I Imvr sb-iie'offtl^ nesr Outton si-.ed fur ssilc. T received U'fi-'mi -Dr. lAn%, vrtm serins (n'-ba-clwiiyH4liiiik-. inff'nfu* i»n3 licring'fur our boimfit. .-?--? I:.do'Wi( expect the prrtetuMts ??'of its siiliefmwy the; exuttnus (if it does well nnil ^ood,} hut I tnint you will so tar appreciate his lubaiir us t/- stmly yOiir own interoMts by tsultivntiii^ it extensively. It' wj had at the present time. .1 coiHi'l'si'ttbli: v/iian- ? ty 'UndOr-ciiitivatiitn, it wnulil toud miitjrinlly to rdit-'Ve ua uudnr t\t* present inoiiftarv pnismire. Until the f«r.mers of 'th-!- district proilmsu wima article of BXpurt, Ve catiiint, expwt to piMtpsr fts fth ngricultiiral-'coiuiniiniiy. ' ODttrni fwrms to be the most snitoble, as the' crop- (iwiIiUf curti nnil 'potatoes) inay be depundt'd on, u...

Publication Title: North Australian, Ipswich And General Advertiser, The
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(No. 2.) A little nonsense now and then is r[?] by the wisest mon. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 6 May 1856

(Ko. 2.) A KUti' nonp/MlSd now aurl thsn lBrolieliM by tin' wlwsl mcu. Sir, — When, sonie yeai-sago, I first trod on tlic soil of these northern hinds, T pictured to'' myself what they might become wheu peopled -vW& an active, Intelligent race, governed by enlightened rulers, and with laws wisely administered. A few short years after I .again visited it, and 'found that; ?beyoud the natural increase of its flocks and herds, the establish ment 01 the town of Ipswich,' and the addition of a few buildings at Brisbane and Kangaroo Point, the vast resources of the district remained much an they were, and I regret to oUy that even up to the present time little has beeu ddi^e compareii with the great resources which NkturcNias, with an unmeasured hand, lavished npon us. . ' My thoughts naturally turn froth effects to causes. I find many things operating against the advance ment of this* district, its remote position from the seat of Government, and the utterly bad site of Brisbane,...

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SUPREME COURT. SYDNEY, APRIL 26th. (Before Mr. Justice Milford and a special jury of twelve.) MORTIMER AND ANOTHER V. MORT. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 6 May 1856

BCPElSMBCOUltT. . .'? ? ; Btoset. ?'?, Aprii. -. 'gpUi; '? ? ;i '';-'? (Before Mr. Justice Milfbrd and * special jury of ? ? ?? ? ,?? twelve;) ' — ??'-. ??? ''?'?.????? ' . HORTtMEB JiSV ANOTHER V. MOBT. ??=:?' ' This : was aq actioi? on bpcach.pf contracUti J;1ie. Falc ofa sriuatting sption. PUintiffs |yid,pur^cha|ied' n't ' auction of the 4ef-i«diWt,.aiiii;|)ie)feriirpipAi qiiejs-' tioh was :whetnw.'')aie..4efcndmt1.W'^HB!'aii''ji:' jiuniapal or whether, linvjng. been a.mere agent H' the. tmnsaction, the, remedy, ,jf ,.anyi''1exisjted,,,^j agfiinst ti»e pai'tles for wliprh he l;ad'acn-4. -:' ,,,'*?./ '. %ir, Df&xM and Wv,; Pring anpek^g'l ,fpr ttie pliuntiffs,; and 't^o ?Soircftg^r-Aene^ iaad l$Mrfie&-{ hi»rs^fortlie4eftfn'4«it,.^ ,' w^j'o'a,.s ??? v '-, ' \ '/'',? Tho plaiiinff AIpi-timeri.,had nurclipFQil Alt (yicfion W Awl),.;tt5^1the.jsja!tipji-A^.'V-,' w4w'4Wi.f^«%» ?was 'TfTOij^it^'j^ipijpjii^^IJ^^^pmi^^cJj instance , 'o£ Sioiqiti^f. ]tpat pis ,sa| $\$j&a...

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THE LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. MEMBERS ELECTED. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 6 May 1856

THE LEGISLAT1VK .ASSEMBLY. ! MEMBERS ELCCTED.' Crrv or Sydsev (4) ? Cbsu-les Cowper .:^.....flld: . Henrv Parkes ? ..OM. Robert Camiibcll ? t-M. JjunesH. WilKhire....Ol.l Svpkev. Hamlets (2) ... Daniel Cooper. ? Old. ' Stuart A. Diiiialds6n...Old:., Camde.n West (2) ? James MacnHliur.'.....'--tii. ' John Norton Oxley .v.Jtbw. XOKTllti(BKELANl) Bo- '. ','' ? ' ' '' '' : BOUGiia (2) ? George R. Xiehols.....;Ol«l. Buum Russell ..i.,..'.'.'Xew. Pabuamatta (2) ? Henrv \V. Pafker......Ohl. George Oakos.'. ? OM. Sobth Eastern Bo- ' HOiioiiB (1)..,.; ? Edward Flood .........Old. Morkton, Wtok Bat, ' :. buenbtt, asd ,ma- ' ' ranoa (1) ? Gordon Samleman ....Xew. St.vkley Bouougub (2).,. Thomas Holt...' ? .....\cw. John tlichardson ......Old. Stanlet Countv (1). .'.„'. ifenrv Buckley ...... ...Nibw. Westers Boeoitous (1).. A. T.'Holrojd' ...,„.. .Ojd: Camdes East (2) ......... Henry Osbbrnq. ........ Old. John Marks .:.... ......NeV. Miteray (1) ? William Forster ? New. Soutbeos Borouoiis (1) ...

Publication Title: North Australian, Ipswich And General Advertiser, The
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SKETCH OF CHRISTOPHER NORTH [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 13 May 1856

SKETCH OF CHRfSTOPHKR NORTH TF/om the Liverpool AlhionA Given John Wilson ; and, according to the thewy -f M. Ootnte, we have as a matter of course, the ' Koctes,' Such ft phyxiqut, such an education, suoh i rapid exuberance of suirit. so manv tunihlcm nf Glenliv.it, induced or corrected bv so much hleak, uncompra.-nising mountain air, and these colloquies are au inevitable consequence. Without endorsing the Frenchman's theory, and calculating an author's achievement from tho rate of his pulse or the ren dition of his nerves; withoiitresulving'Ghristabel' into so many ounces of opium, and the 'Excursion'. into sa many jugs of water, it is undeniably true, that in every line of Wilson's prose works a strong national flavour is objectively perceptible. ? Nobody but a Scotchman could liave conceived' a»3.»-i-talit.: !y, no one else dared to carry in execution, eo defiant J an cnterj-rise as Uic -?Koctes.' Rtftunch, iiaorous dogmatism o» all kinds of pftpsing-ev«rits, wjtlibui much refe...

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SPIRIT OF THE PRESS. WHAT THE RETURN OF PEACE WILL DO. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 13 May 1856

SPIRIT OP THE PRESS. WHAT THE RETURN OF PEACE WILL DO (From the TimttA Tho return of peace, if it be not merely the cessa tion -of War, presents to most minds a tnine and indefinite proB|K:ch It consists in onr no longer souing -linlf-Ti-dozrn columns every day about the War; no lonser readfnftnbout transnorts nnd inin buata,. about piles of 13-inch shells and 'medical stores ; no longer paying double income tux, and Reading off iiepUow« to the Crimea. When all this bustle is over thorftiremains a blank, which blank is pewse... a -convenient season for tranqriillitv and 'sleep, for tho recruiting of the bodily strenctn', and the' roving iof pecuniary resources. Certainly the -*»fce far nientt is very pL'Asant in its w»v; but a' very little recollection is enough to remind' ti.s that peace is not a mero negation of this«nrr. To be rid of one evil in this world is generally t-vl-c- delivered to another, or, in Bcriptaral phrnsa, when thelinnsc is swept '»nd. garnished, there taiiy ver...

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TASMANIA [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 13 May 1856

'- *ASM*IHA '?; . .. ? - . .? ?,-..???, i -*: i .—ha ,»-*.» ??'w.* .??? --v ?».?:?-; ;ri ,, ' Oob dates ore totbe 10th instant. The papers in, * .hwever, exceedlngiy bu^ip^ *y ?'?' ?''- '?'-', \ . The I^uneettpn ^XfltjwiM^Meniag to the elec tioneering matters, soyiff^ftBe* paucity of candi dates is somewhat surprising. For the Legiihjiiv* Council there are only tVrWfeeiitfemoh named. Mr, Justice- Horne is invited to 'Btand for the Derwent ainnct. ,^n every inspect Be is eligible, and *ill doubtless be returned. Mr. William Henty, trho lias leisure and ability at di»posal, will, nodoubu obtain the snffragos of the : Tamar district. Mr. Wedge, for North Esk, may he considered secure. As boforfi intimated, Mr. .^ermode was pledged (o stand' for Cumbelltovrn as representative lo the Assembly. It would bo di^cul1 *° name » more honest, iinselfish, and strafehfforward man. 'His services ought to be secured at any sacrifice. Like others -who have no personal cad to gain, and who «.r« throu...

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NEW ZEALAND. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 13 May 1856

NEW ZEALAND. The Specul OocDPATibk Lands.— The. first sal* of lands proclaimed to be open for selection, under the Special Occupation Clauses of Sir. Wbitakor's ? Regulations, -took place at the Office of the Waste Lands Board on Saturday last : and if numbers nt applicants, anxiety to profit' by the liberality of the terms, and a desire to obtain a portion of the land offered, be a criterion whereby to test public feeling, we must conclude that no system could be better conceived for securing the conversion of our wastes, into prosperous farnisteadiiigs. The land disposed of at a price of 10$. par acre, and .at a credit of five ? years, was divided into two portions— Northern anfl Southern — and foe the saveral Ibis contained ill both there were eager claimants bv tenk. twent!i-«. thirties, forties, and fifties, the cbmpetitors for section -G of lot 48 south -numbering as high as 54 individuals. The total auantity of - latfa iiibmitteS ' was jg^!8 acres. :The number of,apnlicants a...

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THE RICHMOND RIVER DISTRICT. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 13 May 1856

THE RICHMOND BIVXSR DISTRICT. [PRO* A O0BBE8PONDEV1 .3 This oxtensive.-but comparatively unknown, dis trict, whose fertility of soil is unsurpassed iu any part of the tocttony. and which possesses the inestim able advantage of navigable rivers and creeks flow ing through Its whole extent, ^appears destined ot length loin opened as a field for .-the employment of capital in agricultural And comnjercinl pursuits; townships are in course of survey. on the banks of the river, and large reserves for- -agricultural pur jKMes bare boon formed iu t}ic must eligible positions., . . The op&itng of a (root of country so situated is contemplated with satisfaction bv those who may lie oonside'red Unbiassed Judges. In the lower part of the district alone thure is.nmnt fur a largu body of industrious settlers, audLsjicli. it, the nature of the ?oil that little apprehension iBent.-rtaiusd of its affording abundant co-npcii8»tinn for. any lubourtliat may bebesHmijd on. '.the unHivatioti of w...

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SELECT POETRY. I CANNOT SING TO-NIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 13 May 1856

SELECT POBTBY. I CANNOT 8ING TO-NIGHT. Oh, press me not, my sister dear, I Wnot ring to-night; TtosetidmpfiU my heart with fear. For he was in the fight; Foreboding* dark weigh down mjr soul, ooinespeuaronna me clings; My harp is doll beyond control, I cannot wake the strings. : Then press me not,* my sister dear, I cannot ring to-night; Those tiding* fill my heart with four. For he was in the fight. Oh, lead me from these «eenet of joy. This if no place for me, I would not others' bliss destroy, Whato'ar my grief might be ; ?? I would I could those feelingi quell, And mingle with the throng, . Bnt cannot saddening thoughts dispel, * Nor tune my soul to song. Then press me not, m v sister dear, I cannot sing to-nicut ; Those tidings fill myneart with fear, For lie was in the fight. T. h. I ASK THEE NOT TO THINK OF ME. I ask thee not to think of me. Amid the glittering throng, . In scenes of mirth and crowded bowers Of beauty or of song; . Not when thine heart is full of glee. Or mir...

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 13 May 1856

SH1#M INTELLIGENGE. ? ABRtVAteL May 6.— Bonnie Doon,' barque, 250 tons, Sholl, from Sydney, 2Tth April. May 6.— Plrajbe Dunbar, ship, 700 tons, Tucker, frqm Plymouth,; -22nd . January. : Passengers— 'Dr. Costorton, .Sprgeon -Superintendent, aud 270 ^Go« rernmeni* Immigranu. Messrs. J. & . G. , -Harris, . ? May €.-i3ulie, French schooner, B9 tons, ulRae, ' from Sydaey.J^idjilti ?.??-.. - ''?r ?May 7,— Vauauish, schooner, ; 100 ions, Scott, from Sydney, 24th ult. - ??.,.. :?? DEPARTURE. . May 7.— Boomerang, -steamer, 400 tons, O'Reilly. 1 for Sydney. Passengers-rMr. Jopp, Mr. Seroeold» and sixteen In the steerage. ?' ? ? ' IMPORTS. Bonnie Doon: 1081 packages, N. Bartley; 206 do., T. H, Jones & Co. ; 19 do., H. Buckley ; 10 ?' do., G. H. Wilson & Co. ; 4 do^ Mrs. Kirby ; 1 dray, F. ft F. Bigge; 2 cases, J. H. Asber; 20 packages, J. & G. Harris; 8 do.; Thorn; 348 do., W. Gray & Co. ; 268 do., R. Towns & Co. Vanquish : 78 packages sundries,...

Publication Title: North Australian, Ipswich And General Advertiser, The
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POISONOUS PEA-SOUP.—EIGHT PERSONS POISONED. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 13 May 1856

POISONOUS PEA-SOUP.— EIGHT P^SSOXS POISONED. . A great eieitement prevailed throughout Melbourne on the evening of the 26th instant, in consequence of a report which hail obtained. currency to tbe effect that a - number of persons had been poisoned by having partaken of pea-soup during the afternoon. at TiJken dining-room, Bourke Street. As usual, the actual facts of what had occured were exaggera ted into something very' terrific indeed, and by the time the rumour had reached as (Argu*) it bad assumed' ntost 'Startling proportions. ' The version with which we -first became acquainted was to the effect that twenty pjersons had died&om the effects of poison administered in pea-soup. This intelligence was so alsrminffHbhat we lost no time in sssuring ourselves «f fhat |iad actually occorredi dftd: in w .uwiaf jtnvyv«-. imuuHi vvi^ujot* v§v: KuuywinE parttcdlani1:-^ ' S :'''?/]? ?': -.*?:?? ?-'? '-?- About three o'clock yesterday afternoon, Dr. Gillbee wa« called npoa to, atten...

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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