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PRICES CURRENT OF COLONIAL WOOL SYDNEY, EXhibition prize bale 3s. 9d. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 15 July 1856

PB1CES COEEEKt OF.COLONIAL WiMHL &TD-Er. ' Exhibition prize bale 8s. t»d. Good and superior flocks ..'.,2 0 to 2 » Average to good ...- . ... ':' 110 » 2.1;, inferior and bad condition ... ' 1. 6 „ ' 1 ,9 -j Scoured and haUdwashed ...r' V '4 », 2 ^ ' * Skin ... ... .« .— ? 1* ,, 1 9 -, Lambs ... '?';'..' ..'. ... 1 7 „ 1 10 - Pieces and locks ... ??/ 0 9 „ 1 8 Groase ... ». ... ?:-.*?.;'?? .-0.^1*. t, . 1 * O VA» DlEMEH'S ^AHP. ? s^.m'S Exhibition prite bales:— 1 bale iambi 4s.; 1 bate ' fleeced. 7d. Superior i;.- ? ..: ... ? '0 ?fr':Wsi® Average to good ... ... 1 10 „ 2 0 Inferior and bad conditioned 12,, 19 ScourcilAndhandwashed .-. 1 3J „. 2 r ? - I ARibs and scoured iamb* ..- 1,, ij w? ^,*.#.U Skiu ... . w,. ... ... 12 „ 2 0| Pieces and looks .,.,... ? 1 « -n 1 B Groase ... ... ... © U| n - 1 , g* ? Post PaiLUPASP PoanuwD Bi-V. Superior ... -~ - .a 2 0,, 2 S Average to good ... ... 1 10 ,i 2 « . Inferior and bad condiUon ... I -*: s,, '--1 9 'i',M Scoured and handwashed ...

Publication Title: North Australian, Ipswich And General Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 15 July 1856

is publishes evetyTneB^%mor^ir,*^*ww«4eS: tocotiti^^b^rsjf^l^^^^1 .1 ???.?.j!'rr': ''^'X,- ^*^i e'':\i.-t%f~*&--'i-i--.--. ?? ? i ~\t$&l$&§$$$i\\ tkf *?'*,*. ''' ^ ^fl*''- lA*' ''? ' - Singlenumbej^^ixp^i^, TheQmuiers*fU!tcm|. ' na'tB onitlie;i81st^Marohiri80tfa June,' 8Cdr6cpteih« - ber,awd«lst l^nib^'at which pcflbdi ^n1yfi5iBtt resfgnfttion-be^^y^; -KpioiyBrs:lbil--v^ : will; be ftttenaed'to unjess giyen in 'Wstt&fc.'-IflW''*' ' 'Auvertuemeau 'wiUj»vnarjrea nva'twtjn , i^imm^Af^^imsu-^M;^A rm^^ ? ? ? ?; ^^eitit^be^.^iw^bWlBult«^ttelfW^^' 3 advei^seuiunti*r4hey ,*ai*-e oohaimeaiintiUBOttS'' I^and^.i^^us^^^tn0y ^,^ Ipii-.iV J Tuesday. Juh/ 1C..19SS..

Publication Title: North Australian, Ipswich And General Advertiser, The
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DRAYTON. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 15 July 1856

mun'OiN. fPKOM OUII COIIRKBI'ONIIKST.] . At the Policn Oilim, Dray ton. -tn IViilHy. tnu 4tU instant, but'ure T. Dn Liicuy M'lfTntt. J. lSi-ll. and Johu Watts, |Csqre.. Willimu Oi»pel«nd,«/io* Uiifftfy. upptiiired uu iVHrrnnt tn answer to h cIhii-^u nI'lioiKt: stoaHtior. lie was runinnilitd fur fin tlior i-viii-ucy. ? JdIiii Foy appuun-.il tn answer h chnr^e p^furrud iigiiinxt him by thu cliiij' coustshk'. inr Imvin^;, on tho night lit' tin* 2nd instant. imUni'iiUy u;id wili'ully knU iniilicinnsly cut mid -lu*tr'iy-'l (^itaiu cmuvoks' boluuj;iiig to Mr. l/i H'isim«'s cii-cus. !!?; uu cuu vicUM mid filial £2. which wjw niaiil. It ibtitt Moutlu ntnl Wiili.nn .Irimiti. for buiii^ilriiuk ill the town of Oi'.-ivtmi. on tlie 2iid inst.. uiiro vac\- - fined 20s., or in default 48 hours in tlio o-ll*. ''.Jiiiuu!) FroiMniiii «';is cliiLi'j^i'il wttfi iiiiltiltinq too freely a. o-.rr:tiii flverpon'urinc; liquid, viz., ruui, ou tin; ilijlit nf tlid 3rd iijtitft/it. at Draytnn. He fauing what i...

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

-r; '? -WLiK^^it a'NIJJ A, Aecovai&Mt, &c.t , T-^08 respectfully to solicit iroro the ProfessM* JD Gentleman, Merchants, end Storekeeper*, wl may require his service*, occupation as AOOOUNTANT AND COLLFTTOR, to keep books and mice out bills. He would «1 collect outstanding debt*, and undertake oth 4geac4e» when required, ' J.H will always endeavour to give satisfaction those gentlemen from whom he may have the hono to receive employment. ? flffi£F»'WHffnH-nt)ig)i fffrrj'tl-TinT''^1 ??«*? ? :.:{ HENRY MAURICE & Co., » 'tJOTIONEERS, COMMISSION AGENTS, ai J^^^^-^^^immERs: ' ? '' ' Apotlon flulea effected in Brisbine, Ipswich, *i Bny|-artoftaeNoriUernJ-ifltrict8. HIDES, SHEEPSKINS, HORNS, and BONE ~~ ? purchased for Cash. . . , . .. it*, p. diufcippPAN, tjfkFimi 'ffcken out'* . GENERAL AUS O- tIONEER'$ ^IGEKRE, ^WUl «e happy «ondBPt/any^utnne8» thai' ni&y1(be entrusted to * - ^are, in an/part offhe.; Northern Districts, «s an M tft. business of '.tSES^HjS...

Publication Title: North Australian, Ipswich And General Advertiser, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 15 July 1856

STEAMERS BREWER AND HAWK. mSS^yL '' The andorsigned beg *o notify H SHffi|^i^ they^re '^i%Jiarad;td »w»iv* IWOC joWHH^^-^Ci- far transiniMionvto' Brisbane. 'Qfffflff Sydney, either by Steamer or flaili .. Vessel, at. rate* as low as the charged by any other party. . .', . , , ; : THOS. TJOtXAND 4 Co.. AGENTS FOB BttEMEB AHD HaV Ipswich, Oct. 18th, 1855. ' ; .l^mAMEaa FOR BftlgBANE, - .- ' ~ gg^V Ton Stewn*r BSE^JB A-L8 A N ] ?HvifiyRSS. Captain Mwlrphyy'wPrnowrnn reg JMttlffiSsi* Urly from -Ipswich to Brisbane, eve VlsSlSSB alternately, uqtilfurther notice. For freight or passag*. apply to . '-,.,. / ^ 7*7 , PASTON 4Co. Ipswich, 10th March, 1856. . , SHEEP, ON TERMS. jj^mm^I Wasted .UninediateJy, abn jp$!j™5fflHP» f OUR ' THOUSAND (400 ESSlMSB- : SHEEP, ou terms, to be depe TgSl^Jaij^ *»red ?w»:*15»»-?d J^ in ** Mo1 For particulars apply to the- Sdtto* of this jot; nal, or, at the Moreion Jiay -Courier ' Office, Brisbar NOTICE. Messrs. w: DEAN it Co., A UCTIONEERB. beg to notify tha...

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 — 15 July 1856

COKMCEECIAL BBFOBT. Trade has: been tolerably, brisk dnring the past week. The boiling down season is now closed, and most of the bands at the Various establishments hive ' been discharged. ' : ' ? ' .-'.'?? We observe by Messrs. Mort A Co.'s cirCukr of the 27th ultimo, that the Biiaraba Statiob, in this district, tbe property of Mr. John Smith, with 10,000 sheep, and between 700 «od 800 head of cattle lia» -een sold for the «um of £9,000 ; improvementat Stores, Ac, included, lit-. Stirh'ng is the purchaser. The following produce has beeh received an^ forwarded for slupment i*-From Messrs. Walter Gray & Co.'s store— 1 bale wool, JlV 6 ido., WMcA ; 6 balessWni.Sbnndlesdo., 27hides,2ca8ka ; tallow, SB conjoinea withBalfouf UnderneaXh; l& Hales wool, 2 casks tallow, MLS. from Messrs.- ' :%latid &C0.*s8tores ; 2t bales wool, MM confined *ith M underneath; 22 do., MS in a diamond; 24 ' »O., CLM. ' ? ?.-?.??-?-?r.r.'.-.:-r---;^y.v_:-. !'.?.,-.'?-.?? f:-.-«^T.^ Uter...

Publication Title: North Australian, Ipswich And General Advertiser, The
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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 15 July 1856

BIRTHS. At Toowoomba, near Drayton, on the 31st of June   Mrs. James Taylor, of a daughter. At Calder House, Sydney, on Friday, 27th ultimo, the wife or Frederick William Roche, Esq., Myall Creek, of a son.         At her residence, East Street. Ipswich, on the 12th instant, Mrs; Bailie; of a daughter.

Publication Title: North Australian, Ipswich And General Advertiser, The
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ORIGINAL POETRY. ANNIE. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 22 July 1856

#ifc#ijfai vottW*; 'A IT NIK, %tm ifo I think of tiiee. Annie. Jttwr j*t *hihfc ef thee, JTMogli obeairt waters part m ,. , Ip depths of boundless sea ; ,1 ttink I tee thy smile, Annie, . *p4 near thy voice** sweet In'memory1* happier hour . ; It echoes --'ef the deep. *T ofteii jliBiuik-ofth.ee. Atnile, 'Wotlrt in tiieelty'* toil,' ^hn^lgh. J am far away from th« j^TJpon Australia's soilj Tho.'igli many Bays have pau'd away, .JSipoe the first hour we met, '? ? Tlfttr^sHng'woTa— Farewell! farewclll r,jJ^j|ever, ne'er forget. ,, Ijofteh think of tiiee. A»-nie. f. In .tenderness sand love. Miay1 protect 7011 firoin above } I often think of -thee. Annie, For thou trcrt ever ,kind, A pare pearl »C truth and love U grafted in my mind. ?? ^* V' rh '?-? .? . I often think of thee. Annie. Throughout life's fleeting time. Beneath the azure «ky above, H . Of Aimtrelia'ji »v'nny cliirtAiy : ? ? Whilst Fancy revels quickly, by , { -Yn toyous dreams of hope, .1 And dearest memorv fondly clings L...

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PUNCH. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 22 July 1856

:PUNOH. Loot iw Ametitb.— The Euwian Bear begin war by attempting to ieite toh Hie whole of Turker—aa* nowitis'beto&»g*Br.*Peacer , *., -Up. ^sBAr-m^a-T^ivsbAt PW»wei*.-^SIr Benjamia Hall will not. 4t aiis «re«sing Instigation of oerUuft - saint*, fltftp thf Jriropete and trombones on -b» w Sabbath j but. wo are sure it will give ffreat dejigb- ms to the particulad v iious to learn that all tho daisiea s * * (now in bud^iienslpston Gardens) imvebadiB L, meeting. and,oulflf 'jitfre religion and in holy can- -,a demnationof tVe proRine 8flbbath tnunpets ^few^A, said, the daisies,' « '?«, flower, have resolved not *? „ blow on'Sundayp. ' ? ? '- ? -.-? :v.,.-- '^f Rossi AiFTjutm Bepobt.— It is con6dentlf r«- :.., moured, that the present head oF tlie House *f ?* Romanoff, intendr no longer to carryon the bimineai s on the sattie principle as that which was pursued at : Hncha ruinlMiB loss by hi«, late father. Eeport«£aU# hat his forpjgn transactions, cspecklly those Mth -. Purke...

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 — 22 July 1856

COLONIAL NEWS. yiCTOBIA. It wan notified in Hie Victoia Government Qautu that Ttl^dny. 1st July, was to be observed as a piiblic holiday, in commemoration nf the Reparation of that colonv from New Ronth Wales. The same,' QatfttX* contains the following: — 'The announcement that a defihitfi treatv Tor the restoration nfwmce was signed AtParSs on 'the 30th of March, -havin? been rftceivcdln-'this colony on the evening;- of the 24th of ?Tune, flnd which announcement was at once cele brnte,d in this city by a fialvo of 101 -guns,- his Excellency the Officer administering the Govcrn mcnt^ln nrdcr to affoi-d the inhabitants an opportu nity 'pf further commemoratinp: -«o pronitions an eycht-,'hiis''been ?plnaised to direct that Wednesday, the 2rid .TulyJ should benWrvedfisapubHchoHday throiighTml this territory.™-^ - ?? ,'? ... . ? :Thc'iMvBTnmenfc it k reported;- have at length filially dWifirmlned tin «rncKngr a netvCustom House, it a cost of upwards of £20.000. Tenders will be »hnrtlv,c...

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 — 22 July 1856

LOCAL AND DOMESTIC. MEncnAjjDisa Rales. — The merchandise sales to he held, by Scott nnilCo., at their rooms. Bell street, on Wednesday an I TbursllHv next, will commence each lay at 11 o'cloc't precisely. . Laecenv. — At the Police Office, on Tuesday. John Starkie, a journeyman saddler in the service of Mr. Christopher Gorry, was brought before the Police tlagistrare charged with stealing the sum of one pound eight shillings from fiichard Bannan, em oloyed at the same establishment. The complainant stated that the defendant and himself boarded and lodged in Mr. Gorrv'n house, and that the? slept in the Name roomi On Saturday night, the i2th inst., the defehdandant went to bed before him. and wit ness followed shortly afterwards, and bolted the door inside, no other purson being in tho room besides the accused.- Witness had eight shillings in his pocket, -and a pound note in his waistcoat, and before going to sleep hung his clothe* up as was customary with him. After daylight on the...

Publication Title: North Australian, Ipswich And General Advertiser, The
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MISCELLANEA. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 22 July 1856

MZSCIjLLLAW, /The Sultan has authorised the publlcallori Wf' a newspaper in tb% Ai;a.bjftngnage. ?. . ; Size or LoSDOS-.^from'Sarit to'-wSsfcr—thiA^s; from iPlumstead to HanunersmltbMn Middlesex, ajjd' fromriVoolwich to Watftfeworth In 5br*er-a-the dis tance'fs ftmrteeomHe^ Fijpni north tp south— that is from Holloway ;4^. Camberwell— the distaaoa U '? twelve miles. . -.,.'_ ' .-*, '?: The French Senate, in their address oil Hie birth of the Prince Imperial, say—' Let us hail this son of the Empire, the pledge of bo matay great destinies ; let us greet likewise ami thank bis graceful mother ' Surely, after this, {he EmpreM Eugenie ought to i* 41 doing as well as cahbe eipected.' ' ; ~( ? ?. ?\i.. A blind Sardinian peasant, Piece, is astonishing Uie Londoners by the- splendid effects he brings out from a trumpery whistle (trumpery to any but linn) j considered the chief munical wonder of the age. H» must be heard to be appreciated, hackneyed though such a statement may sound. None bu...

Publication Title: North Australian, Ipswich And General Advertiser, The
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TASMANIA. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 22 July 1856

TASMANIA. QntSLY, ..the HioHWAYMAS-r-pn Sunday, this notorious ..^hdractpr, together witlj another man undergoing: a, sentence,; ^ita^e' a danng' attempt to iscnpi'. from gaol. It. appeared that, notwithstand ing tlie precautions taken, Quigly had managed to seedcte Ast^nll'ktiire. , fpain ivhich he had formed a sawv Awl til w qut through the leg-irons of liinYself rriMDiiBocomJifmion.AaThcA' xy^te AttemfitiniJ t-i£ro|s,' a wall by means of a cask placed on' c»a. tpijftn'.ii' fell over -and they fell itlmvn. A man named Halli w«H Janwp^iiiiConnectioniwith bushrangers, at once attacked Qqlgly, -vbo,.l-owever. felled him to the ground, but was at. langth placed in his cell and handily ironed. , ?? . , '?'??? ' ?' , , '; ; 'WtAk Pj^ha's Hae™.— TheTurkiBh commander, being MVable to undertake nny operations, at present, against tho Hussinh armtS* in Asia, -displays his prnctteal philosophy bypassing the dull interval by adding to his hn-rem, and by Btnc-shooting in the woods, around Redo...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 22 July 1856

is publJ^Beff every Tuesday morning, and forwajde* tocbuitoiulacribsrsby thatdaySaBaU. k, -,-'»., . 1 ':iT -:.t-,-;:u:r-.',:35WBB-' rV,- r.-'Y-r-'**: Perquarter, in advance .... 6s/.€d. ]:.r---.l5Br;5iMrter,.fi^if , ^^..^..r,7i.M' ]~i. Single number, sixp»w*. 'j The Quaiters -U1 termi-, pate ou the -81st Mareh; ^SOth 4«ne,,5Ciai Beptem bur, and Slst December, at which periods only ;i-ao resignation be reoeitted. J^ order«,|or^witlioiawBi tow be attended to-untets giy?b ^n writing. '^ Neto, tubBcriber* will be -^iarged&otti. the datu fOf «ohi4 mencmgth6u-subacmrtion.,,,;, ,. ,-r.. '^ ;:' ;--... ???Tw«linei-..i,:i-..v,!.»^-Vi..,.-;..,,, '?%*'(?$?:, i,^' : .. , Pour, w. ..;.(. ? ^.-.^.v.^J^*^^. ; .-.I. aUK.-i }„ %-tttf.t, ,:.*v,i.. ,,'„%„,.,,, .£:iPi,i. ,:'I-.'-:K^t-*-;-s,r..-i.u,v..^t.i»-i-..'.*';W'vi....... ?-? .;;.%W*duitiqiiaJ,iwcU,-,!.4,^ ? J. f y.;;: .-. ^lto-iiBrt»fer^in8«rt^smust*e^^i-njg|^ advertisement, or they willsbe .cpntinu«i4 !IWtUif0UI»-T termaaoeo, aiidcbiii'g^...

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 — 22 July 1856

SHIPPING INTELLrGENCE. ARRIVALS. July 14.— Sarah Ann, Watts, from Sydney July 7. July 18.— Boomerang, steamer, 400 tons, O'Reilly,. From Sydney 15th, and Newcastle 16th instant. Passengers — Mr. and Mrs. T. B. Stephens, Mr. ' W.U. Doraey, Mr. Beaeiey, Mr. J. S. Bassen, Mr. I. Holdsworth, Mr. Bhick, and 6 in the'steeram. DEPARTURES. . July 16.— Shamrock, steamer, 26utons, Warner, for Sydney. Passengers — Mr. G.Sandraian, M.L.A., Captain Wiekhun and son, Miss Mehan. Miss Thorn. Mr. Young, Mrs. Stanley, Mr. Waldyrain.4nd.2oia the steerage. July 17.— Vanqulgh, schooner, 90 tons, Scott, for Sydney. . IMPOSTS. Sarah Ann: 176 packages, Kafir & Co.; 60 do, WiUon&-k».;88do., M^allaoe; 3640., W*rry; do., Buckley; 15^0., Gray & Co. ; 1 do.. Gore; 20 do., Cookburn; J do., Oliver; 8 do., Coutts; 242 do., Bartley. ' ' ' ??...?? Boomerang.! package shaft*, Aberdeen; Ido* urvwo, i'3-oww wine, onages; » pacKages, JBal hrat; 1 do., Beadev ; 86bara iron, 99baw potatoes, Buckley...

Publication Title: North Australian, Ipswich And General Advertiser, The
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THE GREAT NAVAL REVIEW. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 22 July 1856

THE GREAT NAVAL REVIEW. Tha Commamknvin-Ohief, Vicn-Admii-iil Sir G. Seymour, signalled all the rnptiiins of the fleet to nttend: the Admiralty House on Siturdny innrniiig, when the movements to h ; cx-cutiii nt th;: review, hy hor Majesty, on Wednesday. 2:lrd April, were linuijy ai-ran,-crt. TJie y-urn nil! Arrive at the Chi renoc-yiird i'rinn town almut tw4-lvi: --'cLjck. and nt once cinbiiik on board th' rovnl ynnht, ?which will proceed out to Spithead in a linu With the flitg-ship, Ihe whole of the. fl ret and batteries' nahoru 8«luting. Her MujtiHty will then prouued tiirmitfli the wlmlj fleet to the westernmost, end. when the ships will ag-iiii pass in review or-1-'r. The royiil yacht will retnru to above the flag-ships, and then tho divisions af irun-houK wjll bn brought into active operation. Mimic attiLcks will be made upon the large-class ships, Southsuu Cii«tle, and nthpr proinineHtpnintR. The spisctacle. ? will conclude about four -o'clock. Some idea may he fnrmed of the...

Publication Title: North Australian, Ipswich And General Advertiser, The
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A STORY OF A WILD-CAT SKIN. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 22 July 1856

A STOBY OF Jt'VI'Ln-CAt SKIS.' Purjng mystay.fttbne ofthe Australian Xlixguig*. I'piircliased^i'cohtmoflious'rcBiiltfncc, 4n which * lived for 6om«S .timp lii !sti!itHi;v utate. Thin ton« tticnt was situated iu a mi»Rt dirsimlilc iccHltty, in rtw niidst of delightful woodland nci-iwry. and tsiiirumided by very oxjteusivepark-like groViitdB. - 'i livi-c was a right of frmj-wnrren attached', tu *thd ' propui ty, ahd good Bliooting in tlie ndghbourhiiiMt. iNt ri-:s*x-u-l to piirticninrs, 1 may say tlmt the rusidence iu questimi jonsi«ted -'!' a bark-hut, wliich was maite l\\ur t.u nu iiy my frbiid^, thb OplteiiB, lihi-n they set nut lin ttoimt. Korong, and .which, 1 bclicye, to have beer me of the bi-Ht appoinU'daudmoUcuuvviiicut dnclj ings at that liiuc on the Digging 'Hie fixtures and furniture of the hut nlso came into my possession, including a table, of which tlie legs were weak and uncertain, and the top slightly on an incline; an original gridiron, or bent hoop; several empty bo...

Publication Title: North Australian, Ipswich And General Advertiser, The
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LATEST INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 22 July 1856

LlTESri^fOLl^S^v: The Boomerang has resumed ber'tnps to this port, and made the passage' from Newcastle to Cape Mortsion fn'fbrty hours. The mail ship, Mindora, with the English mails to th6 '2'2fid April, had arrived at Melbourne. -Our Sydney journals;extend to the 8th iu4tan£, from which we extract the following items of general news ; Ou Wednesday, 1 6 th April, the sittiugs of the Peace Conferences terminated at faris. Lord Clarendon, had returned to London. Interchanges of courtesy between tho'Britis1) ?teamers and the Russian Vessels i -fcul-'tafieu place, and the hostilities of the past had given, way to a^cordial-fraferaization,;. ' ? .-,-»-.???.??? ^ The peace treaty, signed on 30th March; not becoming obligatory untij after receiving ratification of ? -the. respective1; contrasting Powers, the Congress -had deemed it ., meet to remain, .assembled till it obtained an -official certainty of the accomplishment of the decided ratifications. Thanks to the electric teteg&amp...

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DESPATCH FROM GENERAL SIR W. J. CODRINGTON. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 22 July 1856

.pksPATCia man &#nMa.l sift w. jr Tha dawtlf, -?f 18th April- coniatng a dospateli rnoeived from Genera] Sir W. J. Codrington.by Lord P«nraure, of which tho.foHo wing is a copy :— ! .-..;. 'Se1-a8topoJ,i8t April, 1^56. ' *? Mr Lord, — There Is nothing particiilar to report except the 'continuance of tlie well-bmpg of the troops, uoder circi|mstaBoe» of weather as sarere .|ii point of chaug»and &t\i as any that we hnPe hid. Theroii no material increase in the number -of-Wie mIaItV. '??-?'.? * '? - ?? ? ' ~*w'? '^ *r»tlJtiTinjr.'riceivea the signature o^Oehera) Lucira to the *rmi8tlc8 agnsed to by the Allisd GenefelB, QiecoatlnuaJifeof it has been prolonged'iintUTurthfcf --' 'A ho*.t&t-mtt.M.8L;opard entered the liajhour from i&x «ea yesterday, under a flag of irjiceJfcq*arry on the oommunicatlon afiroRs the harbour from our ildo.; ;1WBlhiid only one old and heavv Russian boat for that purpose, 'fhe Conditions of the arml«tici dta not permit either part...

Publication Title: North Australian, Ipswich And General Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
BRITISH EXTRACTS. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 22 July 1856

BBITISH E5CTRACTS, The French Espedition to XUDioAEcAh— Tlie expedition to Madagascar will be organised %n in ekunsive scale; a portion of the trSb^Trom t&'e 3rimoa will be engaged thereinr ' ThJrt'htr^flMt'tid ill be in whole, or in part, another French *-m Mr*. Thb Case of Wii*iam Paimbb:— It ha*'»Utioadri been stated that the grand Jnry at StafKjrd tav^ returned true bills against William Paimer, for wilful murder in the case of his wife and HrVOdol, and tliat tliey ignored the bill which cliafjjoa film with tho murdotiJt,, hi» brother, Watson Palmer. No proceeding);, Of course, were taken at the auiiscs j upBtf these bills, 'in -»nsoquence ot the writof cei' tiorari from the Queen'sBeuch. This writ 3h retufq. . able on the first day of neit term, which vill be. tlie , 16tK of April, and JUie -indictments And the eoroner- j iriquiKitions will thenbe j'einoved to the Crown (Jffiw; inlortdon. , ?Bythis ^ume the i)Ul at present bc^-r«1 le Honseof Commons, giving the potrcr t...

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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