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PROPOSED SETTLEMENT IN NORTHERN AUSTRALIA. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 1 July 1856

?'/? ?:~j-*er. ?-?-???:'? -??????? J»IU»W-SBD SETTLEMENT UV NORTHERN ?^'?:'^w.^y?^AlBST&AMAv..-.V.-v--.- ? .. (JVtm 1he Shipping imA Mtrcanltlt Udtettf, Tiie JjMas^wT Uie :Tr6ftaUi'y having, ? tJBier mature Nomritf fhoiei ^'tBelWitoiifea Oonancnt: As. Jtowever,,U ttlSfinMnf*4effient;oan bo ogpectefl from of m^mm^m^^&mi^aiKmij^oMi. tl(m »^koTme^m*tttW, 'awa In i&ag&&Wm tiie Mti^lWilfirtSottmW«ttr^nod, WSwRtter must neoe»»»JffljrW*alw!4np*Mproie«ittrdw aBiiccessful Md commerV^ li^bbrtanoo tf suc^ becnovttittSover igiiin n%d ia Our eolnmns, and tt tmM AB^nenUy **«lv©d % degree of Wirnost and partial -tttentlotL - Sal dthor f£d more engrossing ttkttort %**B^ftfj^g\ driven Jt out of nbUoe. ViowBa^n^ili linpoHttQtCB^ikndc^- ftftddilwib point ? -^' *ta*. tfttt;:So]M- $K»6jnmpnlcal Society haro »l*m.ys la^^B^^to^Stder bonnideratiotf; wd aiaon to^tteweiwWmnjrlhe ie&nntry souOiwara from the Gulf of Carpentaria by the Victoria River ; and. Judgin...

Publication Title: North Australian, Ipswich And General Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
SPIRIT OF THE PRESS. THE PERSONAL AND POLITICAL RELATIONS OF JOURNALISM. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 1 July 1856

SPIRIT OF THE PRESS. Trl;E PERSONAL AND POLITICAL RELA , . TIONS OF JOURNALISM. (From tht Melbourne Agt.) WJth tlie sentiments enunciated by a Sydney con temporary on the relations of tlio Press, and which were transferred to our columns yesterday, it is no affecjttion in us to say that we cordially concur. The course there recommended to journalists who are dragged personally before the public through th« columns of rival papers is unquestionably a wise one; built cannot alwavs he safely followed, especially by a journalist who has so habitually kept bis individuality in the bock ground as to be personally unknown, except to a few friends. The - effect, lio we ver, in our own case of recent squabbles has been to impress our minds with a wore powerful conviction than ever of thc_ necessity, as well as the wisdom, of following a policy so thoroughly in har mony with the high position and functions of the Press. The impersonality of journalism (a phrase in tended to designate the anon...

Publication Title: North Australian, Ipswich And General Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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LAND SALE. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 1 July 1856

LANS SALE. Pursuant to notice, a sale of country lots of Land, in the parish of Jehrbpilly, took place at the Court House, on Thursday last. There was very little competition. The following was the result: — LOTA. B. . P; PDRCHASnnS. l'BIOE. AMO0KT. 10.. 52 2 0 John Chambers 1 CO., 68 6 0 11.. 62 2 0 James Hoar 1 6 -O..68 6 0 13. .83 2 0 Edward Quinn 1 11 0..51 18 6 14.. 40 0 .0 James Kingsford 1 0 0..40 0 0 15,. 45 2 0 Darby McGrath I 0 0..45 ]0 O 16.. 49 2 0 Ditto 1 0 0., 49 10 0 17. .54 1 0 Ditto - 117 0.. 99 18 0 13.. 51 1 0 Ditto IS 0..C4 1 3 J9..51 1 O Ditto 15 0..*4 1 S 20. .80 0 0 Ditto 1 0 O..80 0 0 21. .42 2. 0 JnmcsMeade 1 0 O..42 10 0 22. .49 8 0 Ditto 10 0..49 16 0 25. .48 2 0 Joseph Foots 1 0 0..48 10 0 ? £722 - 4 0

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 — 1 July 1856

LOCAL AND DOMESTIC. AdHAtaT Case. — At the Police Office, on Wednes diiy,Amn!n named Toomy was charged with hating assljul ted ia person named Mulling; on the 23rd ultp. Tie defendant pleaded guilty, and was fined 60s. and 10s. «d. costs. : ' ? ?i 'i Petit Laboent.— At the Police Office, on Wed nesday, Thomas Wall was brought before the Bench charged with stealing a bottle of gin, the property of Jttmes Cook. The complainant stated that he left his drays in charge of the prisoner, during bis absence seeking bullocks, and, on his return, he was informed by a black fellow that Wall had opened one of the cases, and taken therefrom the liquor in ques tion. Witness immediately inspected the case, and found one bottle missing, whereupon he gave in formation to the police, and tho prisoner was taken into custody. . The Bench, sentenced him to be im prisoned one month in Brisbane gaol. BpEAca or ibb Police Act.— At the Police Office, on Wednesday, Mr. John Pe'trie, builder, of North Brisban...

Publication Title: North Australian, Ipswich And General Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SOUTH AUSTRALIA. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 1 July 1856

SOUTH AUSTRALIA. We are in possession of AdeWde papers to the 32th instant. -- :-'| ' ? ^f-- &*??-*': ??} ?** 'The 60818™ (says the &tgi»l*r), 'lately brought from Hobart Town by the schooner Gem, froin.the )ouclas coal-pits, have befen burnt in thefnrnkce at Mr. Davis'e waterworks, and pronounced by M*Keririe . '. (an -experienced engineer), toj be superior, to any be had seen bro'nght from Newcastle, New South Wale*. ? Mr. M'Kenzic, who is Mr, .^Davis's superintendent and engineer, reports that the Douglas River coils do not -clink and chok%4Aeafufp»io«,(i(^-btrs*«4hos« from Kew South Wale.s, but leave a clear £ue white ash,. although at first sight Apersonwbpld pronounce themslatey.' . '..;. , I'.X^'i- ' '' -.?,.;''- '-? .' ??:. . The following announcement appears in. the : Rrjfisttr of June 6th ^^r^Wejnnderstand that the , Governments of Nqw. SoiijJ»^Wale« and Victoria, relying upon the cp-operatitJn of South Australia, . have respivec to lay dowiva^Uneof electr...

Publication Title: North Australian, Ipswich And General Advertiser, The
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COLONIAL NEWS. VICTORIA. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 1 July 1856

COLONIAL NEWS. VICTOIUA. The Arffui of tbe 9th publishes a mimmary of the condition of the colony, for transmission by the Joseph Tarratti, ,. It appears .'that there has been a nett increase In the population of -that colony in this Tear of 4472; and that from the very satisfactory accounts taken to China by successful diggers a large number df celestials are rtatly pouring in. Trade and commerce seem to be in a healthy condition ; and it is generally believed, that - the depression of 1853 will not bo lost on shippers, making them 'wore cautions for the future, The. deficiency of £400,000 in the revenue has gradually disappeared, and the Government will have a surplus of nearly, double that amount when they meet the Lecislatnre. Tbe balance of exports over imports during the current yeftris£l,(S34.87B. . With regard to the late memorial on steam postal communication by the 'General Association in Lon don to the Lords Comuiissicmers of her Majesty's Treasury, (he Argut doubts the a...

Publication Title: North Australian, Ipswich And General Advertiser, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 1 July 1856

THE Nt-BTH AUBTfiA.LtAli . Is. published every.Tnesday morning, andibrwarded to country subscribers by that day's mail. '-?'.. ' ...?..'???- Teems: .. .' ?' i; ' '.-.- ' Per quarter, in advance : . . . . 6s. 6d. . ? if.- ? Perqaarter,ioredit, ......... 7fl. M. Single, number, sixpence. The Quarters will termi nate on the 81st March, SOth June, 3Cth Septem ber, atad 31st Decerriber, at which periods' only 'can resignation be Tcceived. No orders for mtfidrawnl will be attenaed; to unless given in writing. .New subscribers .will te xharged from the date' of^oH1- mer»cmg,thelr.8ubscriptipn. . :. \ ' ',- '\ '.. Advertisements will be charged at the rate of ,...a:L.^ ?. . . , ,? ? ,. ?«.-:*:!' ?. : .?-?-. ^Two lines .„.?; .;;.,. ..,* ^.i^1.. 'i'io^r -vs-'.-'vJPoflr -'.;,;?' ,;-;i. ;,.'?:..--..??. .\-i.: -8-'--)p.-.; ???-:?? ? ..?'????iKt..^^,.™^..^.....:*'!,- „?? ? iJSight „, ...... .......... ., ' ,8 P : . ? -': ^^ryidaifiteal^iiich^: :. ;?. ^''-^rff-'^-- :-'- '? %ftBnmber*rinJserlibnsln...

Publication Title: North Australian, Ipswich And General Advertiser, The
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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 1 July 1856

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVALS. June 21. — Persia, ship, Peterkin, from Plymouth 14th March, with 250 immigrants. Messrs. J. & G. Harris, agents. Juue 22.— Yarra Tarra, steamer, 400 tons, Bell, from Sydnev 17tb, and Newcastle 19tb inst. Pas sengers— Hon. t. Holt, Capt. Towns, M.L.C., Mr. R. Tooth, M.L.C., Mr. and Mrs. M.tfoggs, Mr. and Mrs. Bryant, Mr. and Mrs. Comjpigne, Mrs. Heniiren, child and servant, Mr. Kjngsfora, Mr. Craies, Mr. and Miss Heap, Mr. DoUman, Master Wickham, Mr. Pilleau, Miss Thorn, Mr. Maurice, Capt. Kenny, Mr. Crego, Mr. Stowartij^Irs. M'Laugnlan, Mr. Kable, and 8 in the stecratfe. June 23.— Raven, schobier, 115 tons, Brown, from Sydney. ' June 26. — DoYi Jhan,' schooner, 160 tons, Lindo, - from Sydney 18th inst. Passenger — Mr. G. M'Kenrie. June 28. — Shamrock, steamer, from Sydney. June 29. — New Forest, barque, Captain Milne, from Sydney. Agents— Messrs. Towng & Co. DEPARTURES. June 25. — Yarra Yarra, steamer, 400 tons, Bell, for Sydney. Pas...

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MARRIAGE OF THE PRINCESS ROYAL. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 1 July 1856

MARRIAGE OF 'Tfi&;£BINGESS JHJfi£&. ' The Jtfortfn^ ff^aM . publishes tthe following despatch from Berlin:— 'It is^ftted in the court circles that Prince Frederick -William pas formally iettianded the sanction of the .King, his uncle,' to bis ?nfckinc an offer for the hand of Uic Princess Royal if England; and thatthe King gave hjs consent in ie prewuoe of the court,' The inquest upon the.larc Sir. S&dlisiriiHS'ri'sulted in a verdict with which no one can quarrel, but which is seldom found in these.doys, wlii-nnltiio.stjmy Set of crime is held to 'imply ft Mate of mind iHcoin patihle with moral rogponsibillity. Tlie verdict is 'Fdo, rf.! w.' What will be the verdict upon the poor Irish woninn xvhoie husband 'bi'sit her to dentil,' in his rage nt the loss nf.sonu: of his innnov sacrificed by the Sudliur oparations — money which the. poor creature hiei dissuidud 'him fro'.ii r-iki iir out of the Tjpp'errtrv Dmk? Wiiat will 1).; tin verdict in the cks.-s nf-innn...

Publication Title: North Australian, Ipswich And General Advertiser, The
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BRITISH EXTRACTS. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 1 July 1856

JBRITlSa EXTilACrS. ^lACACtAY os Goi.BSMrrir.— O'»dsmith hassome- tiinoR li.;on Jrpresi;iihHj ni- a msn flfjteniiiB.iii nelly dilHjiulgas,; which at iM^brn^li* I^i^^otiio ruipra'wiitatij-n;«;an i-s tnpifc mui^lo from tlie truth. mj airf,..jimi,'urt, g« thrmja-It uiuidi «h«rp miifcry before ll« 'h«id donu Ahyt)iin];ipqriBldt»a1-lb:itiirtera- tn^v-UW^riiiVuniboiiaa^ppnifed'^iLWe^Qe-! page of the Traveller, hn lind none but hilriself to| blKiim for hit) diarnsssOs'. ,' Hfisavui-ag^inRohies^uritiK'' tlio last rfeveu yenrfi of Ills liTtv fertoinly cxcecilcd llidO a-year, and £400 ?*-(yisHr ranked, among the incoineB -if that d.^y. iir leAs't hs high as £800 n-yeor wotiijt jriuik at p.r.'si'.iit. ; A mugleyian living in the Temple, widi £4»K- a-ywr, miglrt Mtctj jba cdllwl Opubjiit. Not fijia in ten -if the young gontlernun of gitnd famluus wlio iverc siudyiiijrtiie lavr diere hhd bo mtioh. Bnt alltii? w.^lHrwIiicli tjoroViplivo had' brought from Be ii-«i, ««d S)r Lawrence I-«ria-u» from ...

Publication Title: North Australian, Ipswich And General Advertiser, The
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THE NORTH AUSTRALIAN. IPSWICH, TUESDAY, JULY 1, 1856. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 1 July 1856

THE NORTH AUSTRALIAN. . IPSWICH, TUESDAY, JULY 1, 1856. m Taking it for granted that Mr. Donaldson's late election speeches contain a fair exposition of the policy of the Ministry to whom the management of the affaire of tho colony has now been entrusted, we. think most of our readers will agree with us in opinion that the public at large will have little reason to rejoice at the re-election of that gentleman and his colleagues. They cannot fail to have remarked the gross egotism which was displayed by the Premier — a Bure sign of the weakness rather than the strength of his intellect, — and the entire absenco of those higher and statesman like qualities which alone can command the respect of the. colonists. After a, careful perusal of his orations, w« have been forced to come to the conclusion that ' the right man is not in the right place,' and that the 'liberalism,' which he vaunts so loudly as being the characteristic of his Ministry, is of a very questionable kind indeed. In on...

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TURKEY. Marseilles, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 1 July 1856

'rrjR&Er. : Marseilles; Wednesday. The Oangei has arrived 'with advices from Con stantinople of the 18th, mid from the Crimea to the 16th March.. General Vivian has arrived from Paris. There has been bad weather at Constantinople ; storms and north-east winds, with snow.' Several wrecks had taken placo. '.-,?, ?''''.'. 3 The English army had been largely reinforced. ;

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THE SULTAN AT THE MASKED BALL. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 1 July 1856

THE SULTAN AT THE MASKED BALL. CoNSTANTiNoro.15. F«B. 4.— It is well known how jealously Orcntal etiquette guards every step of tho sovereign, and how anxiously it removes him from; all familiar contact with tho rent of mortals. As long ae die Sultans of. Turkey had to eonouer,\ani empire at the bend of their armies, they kept lip their simple patriarchal relations as duel's of their tribe; but when once they were firmly seated on tiiuir throne at Staniboul, they began by degrees to revive and to imitate the traditions of the Byzantine empire, and surrounded themselves with all the forms which refined Oriental despotism has invented to exalt the person of the monarch. These forms have beou minutely' adhered to up to the present time, in spite of the changes which are gradually creeping into all other institutions of the Turkish empire. The present war, however, stems destined to break down even this barrier, and the first breach has becu already made. On Thursday last, the Slst of J...

Publication Title: North Australian, Ipswich And General Advertiser, The
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LATEST INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 1 July 1856

LATEST INTELLIGENCE. By the arrival of the Sluimrock, steamer, we have been put in possession of Syduey papers to the 24th ultimo, containing ten days later news from Europe, received by the Atalanta, via Melbourne. The following items will ~be found interesting : — THE CONFERENCES. The Times of the 12th March says that, after a long period of discussion, kept secret with jealous care, the result of the peace conference is about to be given to the world. It is probable that peace will be con cluded some day before the 31st instant, in order to avoid the necessity of renewing the armistice in the Crimea. A sub-committee has beon appointed to draw up the terms of the treaty, which will be qigned as soon as they have completed their work. The subcom mittee is composed of Lord Cowley, Baron Borquency, Counts Buol and Cavour, Ali Pasha, and Baron Brunow. When peace shall have been signed, it is intended that the conferences shall be dissolved, but that &a committee shall be left ...

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ARMIDALE. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 1 July 1856

ARMIDALE. We have received the ArmidaU Exprat of the 21st ultimo, from which we extract the following items : Eesdlt of Sales by Auction. — On Tuesday, tin. 17th instant, Hamilton and Furniftil sold 31 head of mixed cattle, principally young steers and heifars, which realised prices varying from 22a. 6d. to £4 10s. per head. On Friday, the 2Dtb, they sold 16 head of fat bullocks : the prices varied from £2 16s. to £6 6s. '. Tan Wbajhee. — The weather since last Saturdaj lias been very severe. On Sunday evening, a thun derstorm took place a, few miles from ArmiJale, which was followed by rain, sleet, and snow. Be tween eight and nine p.m. the snow-storm commenced, and continued for about two hours, leaving the ground covered with a spotless mantle of three o: four inches in depth. After a brief lull, the wind rose, and sleet and rain showers occurred until daylight. On Monday morning, at a late hour, large patches of snow still lay on the streets of Armidale : mt, as the day advanced...

Publication Title: North Australian, Ipswich And General Advertiser, The
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LITERARY CELEBRITIES. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 1 July 1856

LITERARY CELEBRITIES. The personnel of some of die most notable literary men of Europe in th;ui daguorreotyed by a writer in die New Orleans True Ddtn : — Jebkold. — DoubIo* Jerrold, a well-known contri butor to Punch, and editor of various publications, is a man about fifty years of age, and in person is remarkably spare and diminutive. His face in sharp, angular, and his eye of a greyish hue. He is pro bably one of die most caustic writers of the age, and, with keen sensibility, he often writes under the impulse of the moment articles which ins cooler judgment condeu-us. Although a believer in hydro pathy his hands do not conform to the mtertal applications of Adam's ale. His Caudle Lectures have l-ecn read by every one. In conversation he is quick at retort — not always refined. He is a husband and grandfather. JlACAULAy.— The Honourable T. B. Macaulay is short in stature, round, and with a crowing tendency to oldcrmanic disproportions. His head has the same rotundity as h'm body...

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NEWS FROM THE SEAT OF WAR. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 1 July 1856

NEWS FROM THE SEAT OF WAR. The Thdbor has. arrived at Marseilles with dates from Constantinople to the 13th. The Journal de*'. Constantinople, in announcing the arrival of Omar I Pacha, states that leave of absence was granted. him only on account of his health. Letters from the Crimea to the 11th state that the abundance of snow lately fallen has prevented the interchange of visits; of politeness between the Russians and the Allies. The Allies had commenced the demolition of the crenelated wall of enclosure round Sebastopol. The health of the allied nrmies has much improved, in consequence of the hygienic measures they have adopted. Ismail Pacha was to increaso the army., of Anatolia. General Mouravieff has, it is brio, received considerable reinforcements by the Caspian Sea and the Tiflis. He has now 15,000 cavalry under his Command. The Greek journals warmly oppose the nomination of the new ministers. There hare been several changes among the perfects in Greece, and a number of m...

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DRAYTON. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 1 July 1856

DRAYTON. [FROM OtlB (Jc/itUKSPOSTBNT.I Our Races comniuiiRed on Wiidneslny last, the. 2oth instant. I intcmli'.d to h.ive Inul a re])ort of tho t»vo firat days ready for Oils issue; but ns 1 intend to furnish you with a full and exact account of the same., I thiught it advisable to delay my epistle until next week, when I Khali he able to relate full particulars ami events of the thr«e days. I should imagine that there were about 250 people on the course. The Drayton, or ratlicr the Darling Downs'. Cup was won by Mr. Sullivan's Nuwbold, running against Leandcr. The Maiden Plate was won by Mr. Daveney's Leandcr. This was a well-contested race ; Blue Bonnet and Leandcr run splendidly, the horse win ning by two lengths. The Welter Stakes was takcu by Mr. Sullivan's Faugb-a-Bu)lagli. Thare were three horses entered for the Hurdle Race — Merry Legs, Leandcr. and Faugh-a-Ballagh. This was certainly a beautiful race ; the leaping of FaugI;-a-B illagli bjinty splendid — such ease and agilit...

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RUSSIA. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 1 July 1856

RUSSIA. The Morning Pott Porii correspondent writes : — 11 The latest despatches from St. Petersburg state that the belief in peace was universal. ?? The Russian army in tine Crimea is still suffering 'A medical commission had been appointed to remedy passing evils. - ? ? ?'.-.??...' ? ? . . 'The Russian newspapers no longer abuse Engr land?* ' ? ?''..?? ..,' '. ? ? .. -,v- .-.? ?'; ? ? ? '.-: '? ??'

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 1 July 1856

BULL'S HEAD INN. ©BAYTON. Good and comfortable Lodging, Juit like the Old Home at Home. . WILLIAM WjfjfcAM HAS respectfully to letpni'thanksfbr tbe Jiben patronage he has-Veoelved from the publ! daring tbe time he W-been in business, and horn that his untiring efforts to give satisfaction to hi guesU will meet with itsjtae reward. The accommodation at 13s establishment Is tc well known to need any extended notice; suffice i therefore, to say, that travellers will always find good table, good feeds, and the requisite attentic paid to their horses. ? ' THE PLOUGHMAN'S AEMS, DALBY, MYALL CREEK. fTTOE Undersigned begs to return his thanks t JL the Publicgener&lly for the very liberal 'patron age he has received during the past twelve month and to inform Uiem that it will be alwftv« his ended vonr to -merit that patronage so kindly bestowe* Toe house and premises nave undergone considcrabl alterations, and the samp care and /cleanliness wi be observed ju, .every branch .of fjb$ d...

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