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

MISCELLANEA. Pbai?i op an Ecc*NTBtc Chabacteb.— On Friday week were consigned to their final resting place, in the church-yard of Keighley, the mortal remains of one .of the Most eccentric individuals tlmt ever lived, a-man-wjio voluntarily went to bed in good health. and remained tliere for a period of forty-nine years. He went hy 0te cognomen of ' Old Tbreeclasps.' in ftie neighbourhood, but his real name wns William Sharp,: and he lived at a place called Worlds, not very *ir from Braithwaite. in the parish of Eeighley. He was the son «f a smnll farmer, and from an early age never shewed tniich inclination to steady work. When tnirty .yeans -of age he took to his bed and the room, wbich lie -never left till carried thence on tho day of bis funeral. The cause of this extraordinary conduct it is difficult to aoccrtai9 with any degree of certainty.* But the principal reason seems to have been a matrimonial disappointment. Tbe wedding day was fixed. This singular character, then a yoi...

Publication Title: North Australian, Ipswich And General Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
THE NORTH AUSTRALIAN. IPSWICH, TUESDAY, JULY 29, 1856. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 29 July 1856

» THE JJORTH AUSTRALIAN. IPSWICH, TUESDAY, JULY 29. 1856. The late Golonial-Setiretary, la-. DBas TnoM bon, Itna recently submitted to his Excellency the Goveukor-General, a plan for tiie recou struotion of «ie Goverameut. Tlus document found its way into the Sydney journals, it appears, without toe knowledge or asBeritof its author, iand created some iitga star, as it was at firet considered that the Govebnou-Geneiiai. had eought the ftdvice of Mr. B. tmi&m without previously asking Mr. Doka^dson's opinion on theflubject. The former gentltni in has denied that this was the case, and in a letter to the Empire, in whic)i journal his plan first appeared, hks stated that he was induced to submit his views on the subject upon tho expressed desire of Sir Wiixiah Denisost, wlio assured him that the request was made with me comiai assenc or all (be members of the Executive Council. It would appear from the foregoing that the present Prime Minister, from whom so much was expected, a...

Publication Title: North Australian, Ipswich And General Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
THE NEW GOVERNOR OF VICTORIA. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 29 July 1856

THE NEW GOVEBNOB OF VICTORIA. ; The Ohtt ver of Sunday, die 4th May, wkieii is known to ba .informed by the Government; states that the governorship of the colony »f Victoria had btwn offered to. the. Marquis of Ohahdos, ar.d jjo.t. refused. The same situation was ofl'dred- by Mr. Labouchero to the Earl of Elgin some weeks back. who, aspinng to greater things, declined tlieappoiut mont. Accepting, therefore, the statement of the 0J«eii-W.as correct, we may state our conviction that the young nobleman who bos been unined will make a useful, if-not brilliant, governor of the most important of bur Australian ^colonies; .--..—. .During the, last year, or two the Harquis ol Ohtwdos' has been at the bead of the London and ^orthrWesteni Railway, ; «s, we believe, pain chair man and in that capacity has shown extraordinary aptitude for- business. : . ,-' ? ' : \ -£riorSo the (assumed) acceptance of -this anpoint meut, by the Marquie of Chandos, it Was offered to Lord .^urtenay ^nd to Mr. Ro...

Publication Title: North Australian, Ipswich And General Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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UNITED STATES. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 29 July 1856

UNITED STATES. i*he British «n3 North American royal null ateom 4hip -7anoAi,OaptaiuI,ang, arrived in the Mersey o« Sunday Afternoon, Ihaadtn ApriL from Boston «nd Iftiifax, wi«Ji 82 passengers, and 201,948 dbUars in gold and £800 in stiver. She passed, AnJjie Iflth of Aprn.Utitude 48-40; longitude 2fl-4Owest^5»eWqne C% ofJioitan ;^atttn3e 50-10. tongituilft ttlO, |he barqne JE«w^ trom Oape Rush; |O£h April. J05 niles west of Fatness, s.s., snpposed to b*-&» **««; rffOotk, 33p.m., the schooner Tafti.boa** »st; Okh April, off Bardiiey. at 12, noon, tin American ship Baiptre, in ward bound. Tho ?flvloes by fee Canada are, from New York to the 8flir'B«rt»n, #« *fliT«ia Hailax.to the ifa* instant. ? ' _ -.-*v-- '.*. ^TJic procaedingr'ln CbngrcBs bad boon chiefly confined to mutters of local intere|t. In the Senate a joint resolution .frolii the enmmittee on foreign relntions. to pennit I-r. Kane and the officers asso ciated with him in the Arctic expedition, to -accept testimoni...

Publication Title: North Australian, Ipswich And General Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
LATEST INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 29 July 1856

LATEST INTELLIGENCE. By the arrival of the ? Shamrock we have received Sydney papcr&wto the 22nd instant. The Lightning had reached Melbourne with the English mail of the 6th of May. A copy of the Treaty of Peace, and other items of news, have been received, aud are suinmaryised as uuder : — TREATY OP PEACE RATIFIED. An address to her Maj ;sty, Congratulating her on thi terms of pcacn, was curried in tlie Mouse of Lords. In tiis Hrmsu pf^ummons the debate was HiUonrncd to Muy 6th. . The Treaty of Peace contains tliirty-four articles. Article 3rd, specifies that K(ir« was to bo restored. Article 4th', fc-fchiutujuil, Eupatoria, and Kertxch to be restored. Article 11th, Black Sea neutralised ; open to mer cantile marine of nil nations; its waters and ports ire interdicted to ships of war, whether belonging to the bordering or any other power, with the ex gpptinn mentioned in 14 and 19 nf the present treaty, which stato that the contracting Powers have, cacli the right to stati...

Publication Title: North Australian, Ipswich And General Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
SYDNEY PRODUCE CIRCULAR. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 29 July 1856

SYDNEY PROOUCE CIRCULAR^ The: transactions in the wonl market during the week Iihvu b'jen iiinited, mid rhu seoHtm is :io-v fii.tt coining to a close; a lew b:ili!x only .i]))ii'.H!iii\' lit auction. Vln'ru is a desire to purehas'.!. ii'qiiaiilifiiiN were pi'iicnriihlc. as remittances. I'ri&us reinnin firm. A c-m.-mloniule nnnntity ot billow \rns brought funvjiril lit tills day 8 anlv., this whole of w!ii-*!| wan1 wld at thu i]\n)tsui'.)iis at foot, v.'biuh avu abunt Is. pt-r cut. on buef, uud '1a. oiiiiiut.toii lower than last week. Complaints have again be.ru luartu from London hoiisrs against the tares allowc'tl on the eitsks. and it behoves pin\-.ii;iS'.Ti to asuurtaiu by shipping the actual hire, ami tliun U- cmnpan; with t'i -t cluimcd in LnailuM. It tippo.'irs that of late tli.:y huv-: been -l--jliictiiig iit p^r uisntagc instejui of stripping; imd ln-.nci: the vast «U'.tV.r.;iic«8 that liavu avisun when tiw gross .wuigbt ha« frequently turned out twrruct, --t within ...

Publication Title: North Australian, Ipswich And General Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
AUSTRALIAN AND NEW ZEALAND WOOLS [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 29 July 1856

AUSTRALIAN AND NEW ZEALAND WOOLS (From the Cook'* Strait Guardian. Our readers will thank us for printing to-day some valuable practical suggestions on -the kind of wonl likely to form the most profitable export from New Zealand, hy an English inanufuctjirtr, which have bi;en kfndlv ftiniished'to us by Mr, Tiffin.iwho lias also pladd nt our disposal some notes, the results of a careful examination of thu wools of different Kuropoan breeds of merino sheep exhibited at the Paris Exhibition, mnde by him with the view of selecting for importation into the colony, from the flocks best adapted to improve the breed of sheep in New Zealand. These notes we intend to publish in our next number ; they will be found to contain much useful and valuable information on tbe wools and flocks on the Continent of the most celebrated breeds by one perfectly conversant with the subject ; and Mr. Tiffin, in thus allowing to be published these notes, which were made for his own privnte guidnnce. will conf...

Publication Title: North Australian, Ipswich And General Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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FRANCE. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 29 July 1856

FRANCE. The French journals contain no news of political interest. The Empress U restored to perfect health, and the Imperial Prince has been enrolled a Mem ber of the Imperial Guard, and order* have been given to receive him with the same military honours ob his august parents. Kotli these proceedings have been much laughed at iu the French capital.

Publication Title: North Australian, Ipswich And General Advertiser, The
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PROCLAMATION OF THE PEACE IN LONDON. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 29 July 1856

rnnCLAMATlON OP THK TRACE IN l.OXnON. On TuuHday morning, 29th April, her Majesty's Proclamation of Peace was read at various stations throughout tlie cities of London and tVcstiiiinxtcr. The grand naval review took place on April 2;Jrd, in the presence of her MitjcRly and t!ie prinoi|iiil inciii bein of the Houses of Puera and Coinmnns. The French Admiral and suite were also present. The news from the Uuitod States, by the Cnnaifn,' mail steamer, is to the effect tli»tj war hail been declared between two of the Central American republics, Costa Rica and Grenada; that a third, Nicaragua, had also declared -war against Custu Rica, and that General Walker had already marched with troops against Costa Rica, and that San Sal vador, a fourth had protested ogaiust tliat large army of the Americans maintained by Nicaragua ; iiiid that the English and French ministers had declined that detachments of men from their respective squad rons would hmd to defend Co.sta Rica. This latter however i...

Publication Title: North Australian, Ipswich And General Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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TASMANIA. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 29 July 1856

TASMANIA. T;ismnnian journals to the 30Ui of June have come to hand. The proclamation of her Majesty in Council datod 11th May, 1855, ordaining that the gold coin of ,tb'e Sydney Mint should ' be current and lawful money' within nil the colonies' of Australia, New Zealand, and Van Diemcu's. Land, 'from and after the pro mulgation thereof by the governors or officers nd mmUtering the government of tbe said colonies reipectively,' is published in the Gazette of Tuesday; consequently the coin referred to is now a legal tender witjiiu the colony of'Tasinania. So long jis the imperial standard is maintained by both ostnb Jishment6, Jhere can be no valid reason why thecoins issued from each, and bearing the same effigy, should not enjoy common privileges. Tho integrity of tjie Sydney sovereigns is guaranteed by tbe fact that the home government has reserved to itself the power to retest the coin periodically,' and no appreciable dete rioration can take place without the connivance of the ...

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

BDSSIA. An Imperial manifesto publisher at St. Petersburg announces that the coronation of the Emperor will take place at Moscow in August. The treaty of peace ie published. The reduction, in the fleet is effected. Three divisions will be stationed in the Baltic. The Pontus fleet will retain thejenomina tion of the fleet of the Black Sea. ' The Russians have commenced the evacuation of the fortresses of Bemi and Ismail.. The principle physicians of the army of Simferopol are to be tried by court-martial, for not having taken active mea sures for the welfare and medical treatment of this sick. ? . ,

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

STEAMERS BREMER AND HAWK. jjjStfUSL The undersigned beg to notify wjaJJCES- they are prepared to receive WC WMBSKmSr *°- for transmlgsijiii to Brisbane ?£2£3i£tjEB& 'SyAnoy, either by Steamer or Sni ' Vessel, at rates, as low as t] charged by any other party. ''' ' ' THOS. BOYLAND& Co.. , Agents fob Buesibu ajto Hi Ipswich, Oct. 18th, 1855. ?i i .., j ? ? ??? STEAMER' FOB BRISBANE. 5fui»wR!t-- Captain 'Murphv, will now rnn re ywKfffg^ hvriyfrom Ipswich tp Brisbane, ei %ifcMB#i«f» alternate day, until further notice For freight or passage, apply to PANTON&C. Ipswich, 10th March, 1850. SHEEP. ON TERMS. ^BMd|| Wanted immediately, al fHra||B9 FOUR THOUSAND (40 EjjflH^V SHEEP, ou terms, to be de| ^TL^^^fflT _ tured on a good tun, in the hi t&EkSBS&SSS ton District... For particulars apply to the Eniwm of this jc nal, or, at tke-Morcton Bay Courier Office, Bright Sheet fob Sale. SEVERAL lots of Prime Fat WETHERS Sale. Apply to WALTER GRAY & ...

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 — 29 July 1856

COMMERCIAL BEPORT. During the former part of the past week business ias been rather dull, but it is now slightly Im proving. The following produce has been received since nm last and forwarded for shipment, viz.,-— From Messrs. w. uray a Co.'s Stores— « bales wool Stephen Mnhan; 1 cask tallow. E.Wwkolt; 1^16, 3 bullocks' bides, Bundock. Massie & Co. ; 10 bales ooL JT, Frum Messrs. Boyland & Co.'s Store— 5 bales wool Bay: 8 do.. TT; 1 bale skins, arid 8 fnaks tallow, Wyaga; 12 bales wool, G; 20 do.. MFT, Bmbian ; 20 do., MFT. Frazer's Ctoek; 1 cask tallow, Gco. Thorn. '' ' ?

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

,i-^V-'.- - KoTIClE. M, GOLDSCHMIDT, CHIEOPODIST {From Pa*ib), At Thb North Brissake Hotel, has fixed on WEDNESDAY, the Slut inst., i taking fail departure for Ipswich. M. GOLDSCHMIDT w_ r T$ iht^nljper$m «hp possesses the secret A completely curing Corns, Bunions, Nail Dise* ?ad every other painful excresence M. G. guarantees that all parties on whom he m , ? »Hl^^^«n^J«**-»foHoKiJieir»»Mis«B!n|) Him 'without any inconvenience whatever, the oper (ton being perfectly painless and of a minute's dur tion. 1L .OoMfdimiat may be consulted -dapy at t Noj*h Brisbane Hotel; but, as Ms stay is limit* early application will benecessary, M. GoldseVniHt will be happy to attend parties their own residence*. ' North Brfsbuw, July 14, 1850. JOJ) -JLOV£S!H H. M. REEVE HAS Juskrecehed an Invoice of XacUV Freaoh Kid Gloves, which will be ready for Inspection on TDURSDi next. Also an attorbnent of Jacoket Sew* Sttrsux Sleeves asd Collabs. PRODUCE BOUGHT AND SOLD by HENRY HOCKINGS, Alma House. Mloh Co...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 29 July 1856

BIRTHS..               On the 24th instant, Mrs. Hendren, Ipswich, of a son. At Drayton, on Friday, the 26th inst., Mrs. Edward Lord, of a daughter.    

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 5 August 1856

' TBB ' JrORTtf AUSTRALIAN is published every IPafesday morning, and forwarded to country gQbscribecs Jbyjthat day's mail. . Per quarter, fn advance ? .... -i.Bd. ^ - Per quarter, -Credit ?'....'.;.?; 7e.Bd. 3ingle nujnberv4ixpenoe. - The Quarter* will termi aate on' the. Slat MarclvlSOth/Jiwe, jSCth Septem bor.ajfd 51st December, at wlridh j^e-ioa» only «aa resignation - be received. No orders Tor withdrawal ftilLbe attendol to unless jflven in writing. J Keir jubsorib^rA will- be -charged from the date -of oom Aavertlsement* will be charged at tha rate of ? ' ? '? ??Twoiuieiv.vV'.^.v^vi.^.Uv.^*!^^' ' ?: -'--?? fl'onr'-.^-' ^^.?.'.vf.'.-.iVi'.'^i.-^1' &-?'%*? '?-./.?? .8tt_.'«.:.':.v.v..i..';a.i-i.i'i4.Li-:A fc , TliC nmnber of JnsertiongTnnst be writtota on each advertisement, or they ivillbe continued tihtil coua tennaadedi ahdSpohargedacoordingly.^^^ - ;U ? All Ordert tod^nimUniiktfoas to. |» )»ept^ *he ---; *?? '.^--Siuii*J)lK^|IVbsH^i^^to|iw.f w' rj- ? IpswrcH ?4-Priii...

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PUNCH. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 5 August 1856

PUNCH. Cikine Saoaoitt akd Sympathy ? A Darasranh has been circulating in the papers describing a cer tain Dr. RecUm' as having met with an unpleasant, if not exactly, an unmerited accident in lecturing on toxicology at Leipsic. The particular subject oftbe doctor's discourse was Nicotine, and in order to demonstrate the. poisonous properties of that sub stance, he administered some of it to a large dog. Dogs are not accustomed to take poison, or any other affront, qnietly ; and this one, lying on. his back, and having been thrown into convulsions by the Nicotine, cast back some of that offending substance into the doctor's month. Nicotine in the active principle of tobacco, and *hi» canine retaliation may perhaps bo represented as a. quid pro guo. It was now the doctor's turn to go into convulsions, and personally illustrate the other symptoms of poisoning by Nicotine— except the last of them, fie did not die ; bnt by dint of antidotes and attention recovered — however, he had to b...

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THE TRIAL OF PALMER. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 5 August 1856

THE TRIAL OF PALMER. The Central Criminal Court will undergo Dome eon* sidorable alterations preparatory to tbe trial of the Rnploy poisoning case. The Old Court, where the trial will comeon, is not capable of givingaccomniodation to more than GOO persons— a number totally inadequate to tbe requirements of this occasion. In order to give more accommodation to the bar, the circular table, round which the barristers usually sit, has been removed, and in its stead cross benches and desks will be erected, *nd-tiieso will afford accommodation to about thirty: iadditional barristers. It ' is also intended to erect seats up the side of the dock, similar to those that- were put up on the occasion of the trial of ^Oxford for. shooting at the Queen, and that of the Mannings. So great is the interest that appears to be created by the proceedings, that it is eaid that already several thousand applications have been made to tbe sheriffs for orders of admission, and the duty that win be cast upon...

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MARITIME LAW. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 5 August 1856

MARITIME LAW. Declaration respecting Maritime Law, signed by the Plenipotentiaries ofGreat Britain, Austria, France Prussia, Russia. Sardinia, and Turkey, assembled in Congress at Paris, April .16; 186$. . ./ . ; ' -'?'. -?? -? (TbanslawojjJ. ? ... .. ?' The Plenipotentiaries who signed tbe treaty Of Paris, Of tlie 30th of March, X656, assembled in conference,— ? .:;?--.-?: Considering,—- . . ., :? . .?':.-. ' ? That maritime law. in time of , war, has long been the subject of deplorable disputes ; h' '. . : j ' ' That the uncertainty of the law and of the duties in such a mftttcr gives rim to difTjrefcce i of opinion between neutrals .and belligerents which may occa sion serious difticulties, and even conflicts;, , ?';'*'? That it is consequently odyantageoiis to, establish a uniform doctrine on sn important a point; ' ? : That the Plenipotentiaries assembled in cdftgrpss at Paris cannot better respond to the intentions by which their Governments ^ro animated than by seeking to int...

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CONVENTIONS ANNEXED TO THE TREATY. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 5 August 1856

CONVENTIONS ANNEXED TO THE TREATY. I. — Convention between her Majesty, the Emperor of Austria, the Emperor of the French, the King of Prussia, the Emperor of Russia, and the King of Sardinia, on the one part, and the Sultan on the other 'art, respecting the Straits of the Darda nelles an ' of the Bosphorus (Signed at Pa is March 30th, 1856. Ratification ex changed at Paris April 27th, 1856.) xn tlie name ot Almighty (rod. Abt. 1. — His Majesty the Sultan, on the one part, declares that he is firmly resolved to maintain for the future the principle invariably established as the ancient rule of his empire, and iu virtue of which it has at all times been prohibited for the ships of war of foreign Powers to enter the Straits of tbe Darda nelles and of the Bosphorus, and that, so long as the Porte is at peace, his Majesty will admit no foreign Bhip of war into the said straits. And their Majesties the Queen of the United King, dom of Great Britian and Ireland, the Emperor of Austria, th...

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