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THE NORTH AUSTRALIAN. IPSWICH, TUESDAY, AUGUST 5, 1856. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 5 August 1856

THE NOBTH AUSTRALIAN. IPSWICH, TUESDAY, AUGUST 5, 1850. We publish in adjoiaiug columns the full text of the Treaty of Peace, -wliichwns proclaimed in Luudou on Wednesday the 30th day of April last. But is it a real or a Russian peace ? Can men's -minds be satisfied that they have not sacrificed tliirty-five millions of money, and a hetacoinb of men, without huvin ' imined an eauivaleut 1 If we may judge from the accounts in the; metropolitan journals, the mere ceremony of the' Proclamation of Peacn in London was — like the trip of the. Lords and Commons to Spit head — a decided failure. The affair ia described as ' meagre, -motley, Blovenly, and too late. Tiia people atdDharing Cross had to wait an lio.ur ami a-half- before they first saw a troop of those redoubtable 1101*80 Guards, whom experience is fast, divesting of all ? military chanicter. Then followed trumpeters and drummers, and ja multitude of parish beadles ; 'tlien, on troopers' horses and deep iu sheepskins, a number o...

Publication Title: North Australian, Ipswich And General Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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ADDITIONAL AND TRANSITORY ARTICLE. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 5 August 1856

ADDITIONAL AND TRANSITORY ARTICLE. ?The stipulations of the convention respecting the Straits, signed this day, shall not be applicable to the vessels of war employed by the belligerent Powers for the evacuation by sea of the territories occupied by their armies ; but the said stipulations shall resume their entire effect as soon as the evacuation shall be terminated. Done at Paris the 30th day of the month of March, in the year 1856.

Publication Title: North Australian, Ipswich And General Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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LATEST INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 5 August 1856

L4TI2ST INTELLIGENCE. The Boomerang arrived at Brisbane on Friday ifVeruoon. aud brings .Sydney papers to tiie JOib Ultimo. So later Karopeau iuulli^utic^ :iai beou received, aud tiiu contents of our ik's are unusually barren of interest. W^ a ibjoiu a few items of Syuuey aud provincial news. On the 22nd ultimo tiie Governor-General presided a.t a meeting Iieid tor tiio purpose ui' oi'iginutiug a culonisil Kubsci-iptiuii to Uio Nij;hr,iiigalc Fund. The meeting vug Rildiessed liy his Kxcellency, by tiie Ix)rd Bishop Of Sydney, t!ie AUurnej-Geutral -(Mr. Manning), the Speaker of tiie Legisiittive Ansembly (Mr. D. Cooper), several intmlurs of Council, and otliern. An address to Miss Florence iS'igUtingale, couched in terms of grateful acknowledgement of her selr-deuving aud Iteuevoleiil devotion to the sick and wounded in the Crimeu, was unanimously udQjited, and liberal sums were contributed -to the fund, which wiii no doubt reach au amount that will do credit to the colony It was sta...

Publication Title: North Australian, Ipswich And General Advertiser, The
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THE TREATY OF PEACE. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 5 August 1856

THE TREATY OF PEACE. Paris, Sunday, April 27.— The plenipotentiaries of the Conpress of Paris met to-day at three o'clock, nt the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, and proceeded to the exchange of the ratification of tbe following Treaty of Peace: art. l. — rrom tue day of the exchange of Hie ratifications of the present treaty there shall be peace and friendship between his Majesty the Em peror of the French, her Majesty the Queen of tbe United- Kingdom of Great Britian and Ireland, his Majesty the King of Sardinia, his Majesty the Sultan of the one part, and his Majesty the Emperor of all the Rusgias of the other part, ns well as between their heirs and succesHors, their respective statcsi'aud subjects in perpetuity. ' Art. 2. — Peace being happily .established l-ctw(jen their aforesaid Majesties, the territories conquered or occupied by their armies during the war Khali be reciprocally evacuated. Special arrangreniente shall regulate the mode of cvauuation, which whall be effected as ...

Publication Title: North Australian, Ipswich And General Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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PRODUCE CIRCULAR. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 5 August 1856

PRODUCE CIRCULAR. To tho remarks rnndc in last report respecting the arrivals and prices of wool, there is little to a Id. The demand continues active, and the market fullv maintained. * The May sales in London would commence on the 8th, with nh'iut 45.000 bales of all descriptions ind prices were expected to advance for two causes ; first, that the English manufacturers, being hare ol stocks, would require thu whole quantity for tli'-ir immediate wants; aud. secondly, that foreign manu facturers would attend as Urge purchasers. Tiie prospects, therefore, are that when the new clip b^iiis to arrive, prices will advance ou this side when now buyers will appear; the quantity not coming to hand not being sufficient inducement t- remit in this ftuple. Thu tallow market remains firm at lost week'j quotations, but the trade -have bought more free!* and in some instances they luive paid Is. 6d. pe cwt. advance for choice samples of mutton, to -ext. cute lute orders. Slieepakws and Hides.— ...

Publication Title: North Australian, Ipswich And General Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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MRS. KELLY'S MURDER. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 5 August 1856

MBS. KELLY'S MURDER. Dohmk, May '1.'-— The magisterial investigation into this cose line closed. Mr. Strevons, nephew of Mrs. Kelly, and Jamea Bannon have been committed for trial at the assizes.

Publication Title: North Australian, Ipswich And General Advertiser, The
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THE WOOL MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 5 August 1856

THE WOOL MARKET. f Home -Mae*. MavSX The firnt Mle of. thu new clip is fixed frirthc8thof Alay, und tho quantity at present arrived consists of 40.0DO bales, which will probably be increased to 5i),O0O balt-g, should «ome of the ships aniycin time, the prevalenco of easterly tvhids having checlied iinjioitg. The animation 'winch lm» bf(!n observable for some time has slightly been checked, the almost entire ab sence of parcels offering for. private sale 'baring led to few transactions, although our market present? a firmer appearance than at anytime since February. Probably at no former jtmod was expectation bo anxious as at tlie. present for the opening sale, which 1 parties (particularly/ those aware of the sinull stocks held by dealers) Anticipate will command fully tbc dosing prices of last salea, and, should the en quiries for the continent be good, prices trill rnl. full 5 per cent, higher; fur the better brands of Poi Phillip and Van Dimnen's Land clips, it b expecter even 10...

Publication Title: North Australian, Ipswich And General Advertiser, The
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THE "PEACE REVIEW." [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 5 August 1856

T«B-fc JREACE review;': *Th6'revie*%liltih;r4ii'tb.tefce place in Windsor Owat Park, pnthB fcoftftSignT o'ni^MujSRy'a bi^li: day, wHl'bo On fc very j-raui scale, wndfiicin g, li addition to tbe trVnipg at present in London, n Hbuatlow, «id Wntlsrt^-iiimiy i-offiments ivhiel: art1 now on their wuv .home from tho eu»t. 'I'lu-s latter will lie encamped for a short time previous to the review iu Windsor Great Park. Tbe parks in Omdou not feehijt sufficiently capacious and con veniunt fur a military'displdy on a large scale is jai(i to be the cause of the roview taking pluca at Windsor.

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

TAU.O.V. iVl-Siirp. Groad, Ui^. * Co., in -h, ir circular dated Ln'idun, 3rd May, lt«.'.6, repoi-t us fflinn-s;— : S'lT.-t: our resi'i-ets of tbc 19f'i ultimo, tho tallow market has Roulisiu'ed extnjratjy flat, and tlni vnluy «f iinssi.ni V.('. !ms dedim-d -o U-*. liith on -h.: »l':t and lor nehv.ry, the last throe- months of )hc year, boing Is. 6d. to 2». per c«-t. lower thi«u thnt I ti.iii;. j Tii' di'livcrifs have suhcenucntly. amnunfd to' 3897 urtsn.-i. nvfiiiuii -tlM7 c:isjis to n cuir.rsp.tndiiig week of i.-ist^'^Hr, anil tiie |u.:s.iit stoek «rt hI! kinds a« only i7.t)£~u t-.,a!;s :ifiuu»t41,0:-7 disks at Ihu same period I:sst yeiir. Austi'iili:!)! t.^llnn- Iros been in mndoi-atc d«ni*»d, ai!d- tiii: s::'.. -i- during 'the last fnrtniglit consist ol'f.lC casks. rric...-s have declined with Russian, the pre sent vuluu of good niuttnu being 4Gs. Kd. to 47s. and giud beef 44s. which, in Is. (id. on ihe former, and 2s. to 2s. 3d. per cwt. i'l tin: lutter. Inwcrthun on the 10th ul...

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

THE cinCASSIAK MOVEMENT. Adospateb from Constantinople, datea April 8«li. sa)'8 ;— ' SM ^deputation -from Oiicassta has arrived ttifliAnraddress, demanding ttic recognition of the indepandenoo of the Oaucasus by the porteand the allies. Tha 'deputation was received by the mlu istoM.' ...-.t.- -?? \;-f *.-???: ?'..:.; ' ... ? ,-' ??,.,.] Simultaneously with the receipt of the . above; came thefollowihgdespatcli, eta Worlin :—' Our 8t.| i*etcrabnrg adWot-s 'state ^j)ositii-ely, that a portion' of^the Russian forcd now -lisposnblo wjl| be om ployed in completing the' aubjucUbn, of CirCassia. fhAinountairi iribejr nitide, some incursions jiirthe latterUpalt^f ilSSS/whi^wilr jnatlTy, It is .saiwV a 8evCTd«liasUsembnt.M '';;'* J' ?_?'' '. , ;

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

' ????;.?'.'..?'': ?'':. - SUTfEB, Bbst,; -.:- -;Vi --.: jAMa-HAMOWOi, Ejtpiasn ajid Fbbsoh. ? - ? ? ': ?- ? ?????? ?? - F*«18«E»,--.-; Nicholas Street. '» - ^ SEED ONIONS, -? ^ A SURE and Profitable Crop, x*. Femister, A . „ . NioJiolw^WH*. NOTICE. npHESusmeas hitherto existing »t South Briiihani JL wider the style of HEUSSLER & Cp-will i fntuife be i«irr«sd »n at the Victoria Wharf, NfcrE Brhb-w?,'ttndertbe firm of HEUSSLER, HARVEY ?& Co., for the joint account of the undersigned. J. C. HEUSSLER, ARTHUR HAEVE1T. ^ American Agricultural Implements. OF SAW At VICTOBIA WHAEFt— JPJougllS ^ T Chaff-Cuttcrs Rating Machines finMen or Fire Engines Wheelbarrows. ^ ' HEITSSLER, HARVEY, * Co. t _ ^ - fT^HE undersigned are purchasers of . -. X' ' Wool, Tallow, Skins, &e., nr wjlliRiake advances on produce consigned to thei - friends jn Svdney, England, or France. They ar ?also prepared to refceive and store produce, and ti take the agency of Squatters, and Settlers, on...

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

STEAMER FOR BRISBANE. m The Steamer BREADALBANE, Captain Murphy, will now rim regu larjy from Ipswich to Brisbane, ever} alternate day, until further notice.. For freight or passage, apply to PAXTON&Co. Ipswich, 10th March, 1856. SHEEP, ON TBBMS, , ^^^^^ttt Wanted inimcaiifitely. about flMSlH^ POUR THOUSAND (4000; £jHHj|^V SHEEP, *mi terms, to be -Jepas- M^^^Wr ' tured on a good' ran, in tho More ^*S)B&3SSS ton District, For particulars apply to ttyP Eton©* of this jour pal, or, at the Voreton Bay Courier Office, Brisbane, TO SHEARERS. THE Canning Downs' Shed will be opened earl; in SEPTEMBER. . C. BEEVOR DAVENEY. Canning Downs, 81st July, 1856. The High-oast Arab, EAJAH, JB^ Wim, Stand this Season, at Can feSB^^. ning Downs ; Season will com I^JMwl raence 1st OCTOBER. '*mS0atJ£mm Mares, £5 6s. each. C. BEEVOR DAVENET. To Stand AT GOOMBURRA, THIS SEASON, The Thorough-bred Entire, -BOLIVAR, The property of Messrs. P. &.W. Leslie. A^ BomvaS. is a rich brown, st...

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 — 5 August 1856

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVALS. July 28.— Palermo, brig, 184 tons, Gold, from Sydney:20th ultimo, July 29.— Bonnie Doon, barque, 250 tons, Sholl, from Sydney, 23rd ultimo. July '29.— Chance, barque, 463 tons, Mordy, from London via Sydney. August 30.— Boomerang, steamer, 400 tons, O'Reilly, from Sydney July 29th, and Newcastle July 30. Passengers— Rev. Dr. Fullerton, Mr. W. R. Manson, Mr. S. Mehan, 7 in the steerage, 1 constable and 5 prisoners. DEPARTURE. July 80.— Shamrock, steamer, 250 tons, Warner, for Sydney. PasRengers — Mr. C. J. Mackenzie, Mr. A. Harvey, Mr. J. Sutherland, Mr. J. F. Ross. Mr. M. Bvrne,'Rer. E. Griffith, Mrs. Griffith and servant, Muster Griffith, three Misses Griffith, and 27 in the steerage. IMPORTS. Palermo : 22 bales, Hay ; 60 bags flour, R. S. Warry; 19 packages, Gore; 17 do., 50 bags flour, BichardMMi & Co. ; 5 packages, Hope ; 16 do.. Order ; 3Q bags flour. Thorn ; 1 package, Pcttigrew ;' U do., Morton i 22 do., Faviell ; 150 hags flour, M'Cab...

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 — 5 August 1856

COMMERCIAL REP0ET. Notwithstanding the cry of ' Off to tho diggings/' there has been a fnir amount nf business transacted in the town since our last report. Very faw persons in the town have responded to' the ' cry.' and we do not think it likoly that the .popnlution will suffer much diminution in consaqnenoe thcrpof, rs most people wisely'consider rliat 'a bird in the hand is worth- two in the bush'.' The following produce has been forwarded for shipment :— From Messrs. W. Gray & Co.'g stores ? 2 bales skins, 2 biles wool, 2 casks tallow. Front Messrs. Boyland ti Co.'s stores— 8* bales wool, G. fiandeman. ... . The price of flour in Sydney is uow quoted at £23 to £25. T The Bales of merchandize in this town last week realised excellent prices— in many instances more than the market rates.

Publication Title: North Australian, Ipswich And General Advertiser, The
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DEFEAT OF THE FILIBUSTERS. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 5 August 1856

DKFBAT OF THB FILIBUSTERS. The official ouUctin of the vidtt-ry gained by tlie forces of Costa Jiica haB:roachod tis. Walker, the AmuHcan invader, 'ith 400 Bich, hnd ititrenclied himHelfut Santa Uoaa, a good ihiliUry print, witli every advantage of ground, and entirely Buiiounded by; stone avail*. . Here lie *vns attacked oli ihe 20th of March by the -Costa Rica troops, headed hv CfenuialJos^ JoaquinMora, who id fourteen minute's Barricd the position at tho point of the bayonet. I'hc romainB of tlio filibusters were dispurserl'il) all lirecttops, -without ammuiiitioii or supplies of any W-rt, «nd closely pursued by the victorious forces. .

Publication Title: North Australian, Ipswich And General Advertiser, The
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AMERICAN ENLISTMENT QUESTION. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 5 August 1856

ASIERICAN ENLISTMENT OUESTION. The final despatch of the British government, which has teen so longjind so anxiously anticipated, ' bears date April 30, J85G. Lord Clarendon having at great length reviewed tbe whole of the matters in dispute, arrives at last at the despatch of Mr. Marcy, oaten we s/ui oi oepcemoer last, wucn lie rcinark6 that that despatch indicated the satisfaction which Mr, Marcy had declared that the government of tbe United Status demanded. He then proceeds : ? ' With respect to the first part of this demand for satisfaction, her Majesty's government deny that any illegal proceedings were, as far as they knew, committed by its representatives 'Or officers, nnd, therefore, they have nono to disavow, and no officer or agents to deal with as offenders.' He then pro ceeds to argue that the United States' government was .not., it appears, however, satisfied; for. on Jan uary 29, a despatch from Mr. Marcy, dated 28th December, recapitulated tbe complaints of the go ve...

Publication Title: North Australian, Ipswich And General Advertiser, The
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EUROPEAN NEWS. LATEST FROM THE EAST. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 5 August 1856

EUROPEAN MM. LATEST FROM THE EAST. Latest intelligence from the Crimea is to the 19th ult. The week had been marked by several official visits of General Luders, accompanied by a large staff of Bussian officers, to the allied armies, at the invitation of Marshal Pelissier and General Cod rington. un me lotu me uussiiin commanderin chief was present at the French races at the mon astery. On the 17th he attended a review of thei French army by Marshal Peli&sier, and subsequently, I on the same day, a review of the British forces by General Codriogtou. The Sardinians -have been embarking at Bulak lava, and the number who had taken their departure amounts already to upwards of 4000. It is reported that the whole of the Sordinain army will return be fore the English troops commence to leave. Intelligence to the 21st ult. has been received by the Sitifj irom Constantinople. The embarkation1 of 40,000 men of the French army still continued. \ An extensive hospital, under canvas, ba...

Publication Title: North Australian, Ipswich And General Advertiser, The
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SPIRIT OF THE PRESS. WANTED "A NEW PENAL COLONY—MORETON BAY, FOR EXAMPLE!" [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 5 August 1856

SPIRIT OP THE PRESS. WANTED » A NfcW PENAL COLONY— MORE- TON BAY. FOE EXAMPUC !' / From the Time*, 19th April.) ? It is very often observed thai one hears more of tte bad than the'goou in this world ; for the obvious reason that the tfood are pursuing the even tenour oTihelr way, while the bad put the machine but of gear, and compel our attention. Periiapu, if we took « little more care of tJie Rood, and gave them their proper -wor*. us well as their due reward, we should gave ourselves * little, of that irksome and never finding duty, the correction, and,- if possible, the, re forjnWoflfenderiB. However it may be, the subject Twmrs -again and again ; end last night the Lords returned to it with a _{*usto unintelligible Wall but 4okes,: marquise!* and earls. Beaily the question wonldaow «eem-,to ba confining itself to a eomc - 'what Anarrower compass titan .heretofore, 'flic Britlshr public, indeed; has taken the alarm, and «very offender who tarns out to lift a ticket-of-leavc man ...

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ARRIVAL OF BARON BRUNOW. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 5 August 1856

ABBIVAL OF BARON BRUNOW. Baron. Bmnow arrived at the residence of the Russian embassy, in Chesham Place, on Friday afternoon. His excellency left Paris on the pre vious day, and crossing from Calais on Friday morning, in the mail packet, Vivid, Captain Smithett. came dn by a south-eastern train, which reached London bridge station at three o'clock. Baron Brunow comes back amongst us as the cnvo^caring to the English court the formal an nouncement of the death of the Emperor Nicholas, and the accession of the Emperor 'Alexander to the imperial throne.

Publication Title: North Australian, Ipswich And General Advertiser, The
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CHURCHING OF THE EMPRESS. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 5 August 1856

CHURCHING OF THE ESIPRES8. Paris, Friday.— -The ceremony of the relnvaiUei (churching) of the empress was performed yesterday at flic Tuilerics, in accordance in all respects with the programme some time since published, with this modification, that her majesty remained during the whole of the ceremony in an easy chair moving on rollers.. The inference is that her majesty is not so strong us might be wished. ;

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