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EUROPEAN NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 8 January 1856

Stfi&PlSAK NEWS. Py the ajrival of the Boomerang we have been {laced in possession of teu days later news from' .Surope, comprising the official details of the late suooeseea in the Crimea. The following summary Is ©onipiluu from toe ^Sydney papers.

Publication Title: North Australian, Ipswich And General Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
IPSWICH NEW YEAR'S RACES. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 8 January 1856

IPSWICH NEW YEAR'S RACES, These «porfs took place at the Ipswich Raeo. ?Course on Tuosdny and- Wednesday last. The weather was delightful; and tho ground in excellent order. At tha Am day's meeting there was a Very large attendance of spectators, iuid the most notice ?Me thing was the n'uihber of equestrians, a large proportion of whom ehnsistaa of respectably dresScd females; and we question whether wiy part of the colony, iMnsiderint the amount of potinlation, could turn out -an equal- number so well mounted as those who wore present -on this occasion. 'Thore were five booths opined for refreshment, and one of ♦hem (Mr. Newton'o) ivas gaily decorated with tt igs. On the second day the spectators were not quite so nnmbrong. The band of the 'equestrian troop, now performing in the town, attended, and unified tho holiday folks with their music In Mr. ; BullivanVt»nt.. Altogether thore was a good deal of amusement, if not first-rate racing, ail tirery one ? teemed to have made up thei...

Publication Title: North Australian, Ipswich And General Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
COMMERCIAL REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 8 January 1856

COMMERCIAL REPORT Busincsa is tolerably briRk. Shearing operations are now nearly completed, and from all quarters we learn that thorn never has b«n a finer seaBon for getting In the clip. Produce continues to arrive abundantly; but tliere.is still a demand for bullock teams, the number nt present on the road, being Jpsufficicut for the rapid,: conveyance of 'wool fiwn the interior. ' ? ?. . - There is np alteration ia the prico of flour. -:-/? ia ;? The following produce hiis lwca forwanjwl.ffir, shipment, viz.:— From Sfesurs. W. Gray & Co'.'s stores— ^10 bales' woo), Av in a diamond ; 20 do., CG with cross between over .londaryao^ 16 dol! Turner; 4 do.. TenthilJ. From Messrs. Bovland * Co.'s stores— 31 balus wool, Tholwoll: 7 bales skins, Wilson; SO balus wool, M & D; 10 4o,. North- 22 Jo., OS ; 20 do.. QUO ; 30 do.. Bnickcr.

Publication Title: North Australian, Ipswich And General Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
BRISBANE. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 8 January 1856

BRISBANE. The following items are eitracted from the M. B. Courier of Saturday, and tho Free Pr*w of Tuesday last !— . ' Moreton B.vr Cottons.— Our respected fellow townsman, Sir. A. Eldridge, has gained some ce lebrity for tho superior quality of the cotton for wardod by him to the Paris Exhibition, In the Motiit'ur of the 7th September, M. Audiganere says: — 'Connoisseurs will examine with interest the cottons scut from New South Wales, especially those of Mr. Eldridge.'— Free Press, Apkhntbbnj'.— We understand that Mr. R. E. Johnson has received the appointment of Clerk to the Government Resident at Brisbane, ami has entered upon the performance of his duties. ? Da. LiVNa. — From a souroe worthy of reliance, we hear fiat, owing to various causes, Dr. l.ang has re yolvod to retlreYrom the ministry, and leave the post Be has occupied as a religious teaoher to bo filled bv somo one who can devote hfinself wholly to the sacred office. We think that bul few people in Aus tralia Trill ...

Publication Title: North Australian, Ipswich And General Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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VICTORIA. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 8 January 1856

VICTORIA. RjEstowAKOir or «rs XioroMJM MiNiMMr.— Our Melbourne papers to the 21rt inBtait,.which reached ub yesterday jut before we went to press, etafe ihat on the 20ft the ministry of-Mr. Hairfes resigned In «.? ««y. ?'fjwws taving «n the 19tb defeated them on the question of vote By balk*, which the wfotstry opposed by 88 to 25. . .- '.' . . ^LJS*i?tioo% ?* *M'*ti hidJMtoocnrred, and besides great Iosb of property, throe meA were reported to have been drowned in the sadden torrent, two *t Magpie, and one at the Black Hill.— Maitland Mercury.

Publication Title: North Australian, Ipswich And General Advertiser, The
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TASMANIA. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 8 January 1856

TASMANIA. We have reoeived Lauuceston papers to the 11th December. In the Legislative Council, on the 7th December, the Colonial Secretary brought in a bill to esfoMUh a board of Immigration Commissioners, and to enable them to raise the sum of £200,000 by deben tures on the general revenue. On the same day. It was carried, without a divi sion, that the Speaker be instructed to appeal to the Privy Council, from «he decision of the Supreme Court, In the case of Hampton v. Fenton. and that the Governor be asked to place £2.000 on the esti mates to defray the expenses of the anneal. Tho motion was seconded by the Attornev-Gencm! The Legislative Council had also adopted new immigration regulations. Approving of the bounty system they recommended its continuance ; the price of the bounty tickets to be aa follows : —For a stale ticket, £5; a man and wife's ticket, J68; and a family ticket, £10. They also recommended the in troduction of 2500 adults during the year in the following proport...

Publication Title: North Australian, Ipswich And General Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
OPENING OF THE GOVERNOR GENERAL'S COMMISSION UNDER THE NEW CONSTITUTION ACT. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 8 January 1856

OPRNItfU OF THE GOVERNOR GENEttA-h'S COMMISSION TJSTPER THE NEW CONSTI TUTION ACT. Tog oorcinony of opening her Jl*j=Kty*8 commUslon, rQ-appuluting his Excellency Sir William Thomas DenUon to the offioe of Captain-General and »»o ventor Jn~Chlef of New South Wales, under rise Now Constitution Act, took plnou at noon on We-lno3il:iy tho 26th ultimo. His TvlKOollency opened the ojremoniog by stating that tho rooulpt'of instructions from her Jfujcsty, revoking Ills former commission as Oorernnr, aiid rc-nppnlntiug him undor the N«\v Constitution Act, rendered If nooesaary that i\-: should ngnin take tU« oaths of office, ' . ? . Her Majosty's commission, ro-appoiiiting his Kx ocllenoy to tha ornV. of (iovornor-Gcneral and 0'- vornor-in-Chlef of New South \Yales, was tlion opened, and the Cl-;rk to the Executive Council having road the document, thu oaths of offioe were, in the nsunl form, ndministored to his Excellency by his Honor tho Chief Justice. The repeating o; the oath was accomp...

Publication Title: North Australian, Ipswich And General Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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NEW ZEALAND. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 8 January 1856

NEW ZEALAND. Death or Rakoiraeata.— Information was re^ ceived on Monday -of the death of Raagihaeat*, at OttJd, on Saturday last. The event was rather «n ekpeeted. as he had'not been, we twlS»m ntwvtni.citr Snffbring from Illness. The deceased chief wa« one or the most powerful «n this coast, and until within the last few yean the most determined opponent of the settlers and the British Government. We hope ftortty to be able to rojMy a tlogripbieal sketch of hU eventful Career. He wai supposed to be 73 vears old at the time of big 4eath,— Spectators Nor. 21, ' * -

Publication Title: North Australian, Ipswich And General Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 8 January 1856

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE ARRIVALS. December 31 .— Boomerang, steamer, 400 tons, O'Reilly. from Sydney. - Passengers— Rev. C. Smith, Mr. Wilson, Mr. Johnston, and seven to the steerage December 31;— Bonnie Doon, barque,- 250 tons. Murphy, from Sydney, passengers,— Mr. and Mrs. Ferrett and child. . DEPARTURE. January 8. — Boomerang, steamer, 400 tons, O'Reilly, for Sydney. Passengers— Mr. Andersen, Mr. Jepheon. Mr. Ferritter, Mrs. Ferriter. Mr. A. M'Arthur, Mr. Richards, Miss M'Arthur, and   seventeen in the steerage. IMPORTS. Boomerang: 1 package, Beattfe; 1 do*, UaTtdsoa & Co. ; 4 do., Fleming; 4 do., Sinclair ft Wilson ; 4 do., J. PeUigrew ; 1 do., Musgrove ; 7 do., G. H. Wilson & Co. ; 1 do., B. J. Smith ; 11 do.. G. Thorn ; 12 do., Tindal; 2 do., Fowles; 1 hone, Johnston: 29 paokages, Roach; 1 do., Black; 16 da., Lewis ; 2 do., Aleook; 4 do., Kent; 1 do., Cooling; 1 do., Peterson; 1 do-, Panton; 20 do., Toppm; 2 do., Harris; 1 do., Scott; 2 do., Southerd...

Publication Title: North Australian, Ipswich And General Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
GOVERNMENT GAZETTE. LAND SALES. PROGLAMATION. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 8 January 1856

GOVERNMENT GAZETTE. LAND SALES. VBOOLKttKtlOS. By bis Excellency Sir William Thomas Denison, Knight, Governor-General in and over all her Majesty** Colonies of Hew floiith Wales, Van Daemon's Land, Victoria, fiouth Australia, and Western Australia, and Captain-General and (Joveruor-lii-Chief of the Territory of New South Wales and its Dependencies, and Vice- Admiral of ; the fame, Ac.,- fee, &c : In j-n»«anoe of the. authority in me vested, and in accordance with the Regulations of 6th March, 16SS, respecting the establishment i£ Local Land Offices, I do hereby notify and proclaim, that at eleven o'clock of Tuesday,' the 22nd flay of January next, the following town suburban and country Jots of land will be offered for stale by public auction, at ?? *he several platvs'V.rcunder mentioned at the upset price affixed to each lot respectively. (Deposit 10 per cent.) .«.- -; (At tilt Police Offlet, Ipswich.) ' ..-. . . Town Lot. ? '„-, .1... Qatton, la.. One acrccountyof Churchil...

Publication Title: North Australian, Ipswich And General Advertiser, The
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LOCAL AND DOMESTIC. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 8 January 1856

LOCAL AND DOMESTIC, CHARGE OF CUTTING AND WOUNDING — At the Police Office, on Thursday, a man named Daniel Turner, overseer in the service of Mr Martin Boulton, of Grantham , was charged with cutting and wounding Mr. Charles Balinon, superintendent at Dr. Dorsey's station, on the 18th ultimo, si Gatton. The complainant stated that he was at the public house at' Gatton on on the day In question with a horse and cart, when the defendant came up and asked him his name, which he told him. Whereupon the defendant without the slightest provocation struck him with his whip. rushed upon him, and pushed him towards the window of the house, where he again assaulted him with the same weapon, and repeatedly struck him with his fists about the face, causing the blood to flow freely from the nose. Dr Dorsey boro testimony to the injuries which had been inflictoe by tho' defendant, and stated that he had attended him professionally shortly after the occurrence took place. The case failed, as far a...

Publication Title: North Australian, Ipswich And General Advertiser, The
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PROMOTIONS AND HONORS FOR THE CRIMEAN GENERATES. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 15 January 1856

?PBMfOTlO^^'AND HdSOBS FOB THE CttittBAS GESURAffi The Loidoi tJvutUt of t'10 Wb Oistbh-Jr. pUbliBhe « despatch from (let ;ral ^impson.Jatcd I8\k 8ep tjinbor,iM-at9inlngJ,thj n-m:s of omse^rl rnontionei to'ftfi'A %y thi ftftnerlU «f ih« Htflflain ant Ugh &vjilons.*yhp distlutfulsh-io themi:%i fit the at tahV bft ttis ftia-ia,''' M-tjur 'WyaShattl ths haro o ta- attMlk paJth»,Bttaaa,is to hivaf* uivtoion in th CrlmiiT Oenftra1-aap4k sol Mwthal PdUsdai «?« madA G.OJB.'*. Oaneril aimpwtto^has also in ?stvol WB^rand Cross of thu Lojioa if llouor ftoot tbeF«n4aaa»iKaWv- „...-.. . ,. '. ;. „' ... . fha, 15n-p»ror otBusali was ?xpioted W Odwu TlwSjunl»hanaj'forI85»i«td«oaalttof70.0t» men. ??'-??.?? ? ,-;? . . . ?':? - .- ? .'. -.r .'?.-. ?. . TIis. Blfick Saa alaotrlo callc, whlob WM broken lately. h»s beinwpalrad,. ; ..,...'-.., ; . ' A nuab*»oTBjgiy^ -pjt-ipaira. captaraS At Bango tmi Sijjistop-jl, hive b^jij ex jhan.^a at patikga. It was rujnonrad li lK»iidpnroa the 6$k October ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 15 January 1856

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PUNCH. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 15 January 1856

pusefl. Paucebsto!! at sub AtinpaaB&^bWfl ware nU»er atfcrtled a few days ago by ruaduwin C^piMl Utt-att in a column ol the IH.iitt t ip awajwhit strikW words. 'Laab PAiHB:wros at' HeLbodbme.'. ;W« knew that Australia was in a coi^diUou to nced4he ai|l of statesmanship; but we alsjj felt, that what e^er mi^bt ttj Ijij nooessities of Victoria ; in the (Joiouies, thitra'ts'a Victoria at hojie with&pSM, iniiunt tiwai jOn the services of thoPjemiijr. ,'Vfca t'-o next di*pos]d to think, that tue.aifjur was,* joka, md tbat by 'way of shoning how completely {ha Prime Jlinistvr had bo*ai *? transported* Iiy , tae nal^s oltiie fill «f Hebostopol, ho had caused himself bi9is«anauncedns'' Lirdt'.-.liuejtftavAt JieHwurae.' A£*in. Wli fonuieH wemlght bjindidainginaaream oituc future, aud that wo might, he 4j\ing:fb the yeur 1375. Avh*;li it ti i-rohabie tiiat a tiiiuister «laj Oj running over ^frpin Uonuin - -Street to,Al«lbounK *n r.'pidljr *» he nuw passe* ftpm iipndomoyl'aris ...

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WHO IS TO COMMAND THE BRITISH ARMY? [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 15 January 1856

WHO IS TO COMMAND THE BRITISH AfiMY? {from tht fimet, Oitaler 4.) The Gazette of Tuesday evening contained a most extraordinary and unantistflotury answer to that juestioa which attracts, and deserves to attract at tais ui) luut, tli.i djapiat uuxijtr of thu pjoph of Kn^lftu'l, — i.unely, whs Is to com:nand thu itritish Army?. Wiiat UdneraTid uow to m liuUin, aud in Sim's rsspect* tu restore, thu ancient splendour of oar militrtry ninvvn ? The couut y sees, and all E.ut»pj -sees as well «s -this country, tbe tW^titt^'of tUa case. Weiiave sent ont to the Grimea an »nny composed bf tntops not inferior in parson*! yatour to any soldiers in tha worH, and who have sho-n on m*ny occjwionH tliat wlmtevcri* possilile Utbi done by a given number of men will be -douo hy jtbem. Ont t^s siipirior ranks of the army have notjret br'iu.ilit to light a «ingle man wbti hiiis «h(*wn hiio s;lf ^rman.intly able to direct tbe m»vttiij*dii$» of t:wt utijniSoent eu^ine. of war; hence tba .\nbral 4is^plist...

Publication Title: North Australian, Ipswich And General Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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PROSPECT OF THE WAR. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 15 January 1856

PB0SPECT OF THE WAB. The Liverpool Albion of thu 4th October has the following : — ' A sudden coat rapt for the difficulties yet to be overcome in thin direction has netted upon our in telligence at liome; aud the Govermnunt Sunday print of yesterday, outrunning its ministerial brethren of the pant iveek, laughs At tbe idea of any i.tip.idiim-nt whatever bein- found on the nortli side, s tying there is no nortli sido. only a -ew detached f irts, commanding not Inn,'*, aud perfectly iiim^uiti cant in a stratjgetic or any other ueiibe. We winh we could participate in thi s plcHtfant view of aifairs ; but there- is very small wa runt tor it. However Liu^h ible the Russian r.-tiiat-uce yet to be ovcrcouie ro y bj at home, we happen to Know tuat it is r. gard.d iu anything but a lacetious light at buvi.s tojiol itnelf. We have a lette. before us at tliitf m intent from a gentleman whose nauir, ii we were at liberty to mention it, would be a guarantee that th.rj is no better informed man ...

Publication Title: North Australian, Ipswich And General Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE NORTH AUSTRALIAN. IPSWICH, TUESDAY, JANUARY 15, 1856. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 15 January 1856

IPSWldB, TUESDAY, JANUARY \S, 1856. Wb observe by an article in the Sydney Morning Herald of the 2nd instant, on the Separation -question, that our contemporary has been a good deal bored by some of bis correspondents, including that model of a political writer, Mr. William Forbter, who bare evidently made themselves ridiculous, — so very ridiculous, indeed, that our contem porary contemptuously advises them to give ' their political economy an airing : ' a gentle ' hint, we take it, that their abortive productions \ We somewhat nauseated the readers of that - journal. One of these sapient individuals, it/ appears, has advocated a ' bucolic colony ' as ! tte best antidote for the 'grinding despotism of ' the towns' ! This is uncommonly rich — quite an original idea. We would suggest that the attention of the Governor-General should be immediately directed to the subject, as he sterns to have great liking for novel schemes, whether feasible or not.,', How delightful it -would be to s...

Publication Title: North Australian, Ipswich And General Advertiser, The
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INCIDENTS OF THE WAR. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 15 January 1856

INCIDENTS OF THE WAB. Lance-corporal Lynch, of the 19tb r^imeat, tlrif deiicribus what lie saw in atttckihg. the Iljilan :— ??Wtf were told off for storming SubtAnpol. Th rejciments that came first were tho Srtb. rfOth. an theriflas; they made a bold advauce. monutod tb par»pjt. and g»t into the Redan; but wyio bn1 oat again. They advanced the second time, an cillod for the regiments that wer^' told off for tiu -ipport; so we gottluordar to advance. It w-- then I beh Id tlu dismal scene, and 1 well knew . mis fncing grim death, at) the 19th. 88th. and 77'' idvahoed to atorm the walls. We hid to run 2 ' /ards b-fi-rd we were up to ths walls; so oh th space of ground my gallant comrades fell like hfi' Vo CHaie to the caargeof b«y!«net4 e ? viiMl -ti m-t md it was hard-work «^th t'ae Busitans when th-. ?,.tm:aancjd to throw slopes, bricks, ai)il'({r»po sin -the U«t t'jinrf they threw at as wa* th»4icM of , iitch t; but all was of no use, we advanced it) ov ;hjlr works. Tha Oenoral vent...

Publication Title: North Australian, Ipswich And General Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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LATEST NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 15 January 1856

LATEST NEWS. Bt the arrival of the Boomerang we have been put in possession of Sydney journals to the 9th instant. Eleven days later news from Eurone hod reached Svdnev. eta Melbourne. by the Monica, which vessel brought intelli gence to 10th October. Nothing important had occurred at the seat of war since the October mail was despatched, and the most interesting items we subjoin : — CONDITION OF THE RUSSIAN ARMY. Of the condition of the Russian army encamped on the Belbclc nothing certain is known in camp, but the generals have means of information, the action of which and the results are not divulged. The pickets bring in some foot-sore, ragged, emaciated, sickly-looking deserters, who toll a sad tale of want and suffering. The hist two who arrived at General Simpson's were a Pole and a Russian, and both of them were in such a condition as to excite the liveliest compassion among our soldiers. Their clothes were in tags, and the fragments of their boots scarcely clang to their fee...

Publication Title: North Australian, Ipswich And General Advertiser, The
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ADDRESS OF ALEXANDER II: TO THE INHABITANTS OF MOSCOW. St. Petersburg, September 24. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 15 January 1856

ADDB2SS OF ALKXANDEB II: TO TIi: : INHABITANTS OF M6SCO\V. '^ St. Ptftoniburij. Sjpteuiber24. On flie 20th, ot noon, thj Empsr.T Ale'x«inde: accompamVl ly th.- Grand P/iaca -Mbiiacl, l.j Moscow and set out for Nirolueff, alter issuing \hJ fillivinr rjicrint to t;ie military Governor lieilctruj ind A.D.C. General Count Zakrcvski, lor the citi ' zm* of Moscow; — 'Couat ArsjflfiA Andr.-ivitch.— 'from the time that I assended thj tbron .? of my ancestors, it hae men my heartfelt wish to visit the dear and tiusted ncient capita! of my empire— the city in irbich I va?T)orn and received baptism under the prot ction if thi relics of the worker of miracks. Kt. Al xis of Iosjow. Having now fulalled this wijh, I have xpjriiinced from the inliubitants of Moscow a n. ?, -ption which Uas caused great gladnosg to myself *n I my whole Iwhsj— a reception such as Bussia :us at all times given to her suvcrci^ns. 1 toui Jiissi'in yon to express my beartieBt acknonludge ments to all daises in Moscow. My...

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