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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 12 August 1856

Fonr-Roonted CottagefjaXiit; ' ,._ TPO STONB COTTAGES, ^Boonw fa each. all plastered and well finished ; a large Garden to mob. They are situated -fu the best part of Little fpiwich, and aow ready for tenant*. Bent moderate. ^johh mrraBRW. East Street, Ipswich. August 1Mb, 1856 fil^BDSMAW, MTRSERTMAN, and FLOajST» ' * ipa Said, iieiir Brisbaae. ^I^A^fteiileaferctoahnonnoeto tbe Inhabitant* XX of Ipswich *ndj(jf: the Northern District! ( j^erally,*^ beJjMiJw.t,f«c-«e-l from England* by the Ar*»«, «. cawpiyy fleeted and very superior . , . , . ,- . VEOJETABLE Alffip i-LOWia SEEDS, ?? ? . '- ^W*te--^«a'«»t«*i^4»^chl-e is determined, to «ell at the lowest possible prices. The seeds ob .lalnedJeom him dirett4iiw» hitherto g£wi the most entire iiatisiaction.-and he trasU-tbat every importa .tWwfflonlyaddto Ms imputation as a vender -»f »j *? ^Sm^e^^^^S^UwUl be found j :^^^;hifef7Bf^B^teet«PrU 2i, -er1 ??^«53^-'-'lWi':^viU!?if!-j-j''t«*:-. ??? ---?'''?- ????'-??I ' - ji*3^^-111***1**^ **5^...

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 — 12 August 1856

STEAMER FOR BRISBANE. tfB^a Tut Steamer 3BEADALBANE cS9SBM^^^M^^mtf!I further notice. ?? .-r^J.--s-J^^ :-:'? .ff^; ? PANTON&Co. I|S^?*&mreli, 1858. fnMfiffr't''- - - ? ?: ? '^UHiji|' 860 JBWES, '6 years ? old thu ^Bs9^BBs»W?— ^ * *amuinK, * BBH^V 3?T 2-jrear oW. T^^FT ' ~396' I-Vear old. Q8R3BS, 280 -WETHERS, 2-year old, SfiO Yearling. EHfES, The whole ^nilwBoia with or withbut.the 'Wool : if sold with tlie WTopl ou, njust Jw delivered by the 10(h of September, M miles to the west of Ipswich .Further particulars upon application to G. THORN, . ^ East Street, Ipswich. SgEEP; QsTy^MS. «W»* »'*'.* p^immediaiely, aboul foot TjtotxsMffl f*ooo; SHEEP, im terms; to be depas- tured op a.gopd run, in the More Tor particulars apply to the Editor «f this jour Mil, or, at the Mortton Bay Courier Office, Brisbane. TO SHEARERS. fT-HE Canning Downs' Shed will be opened earl j X inSEKTEMB^/. . \ ' ?' '.' ?':.' .'.?'.. C. iBEETOB DAYENEY. CanningPowns, 81st July, 1856. -. ' Q HEARING...

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 — 12 August 1856

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVALS. Augnt 6.— Sable Chief; schooner, 100 ions, Lake, from Sydney, 2f-th,qltinio, ,n. August 9.— Shamrock, B teamer, 250 tons, Warner, from Sydney on the &th.£qgt. BMsengers— Captain WtcWwm, Mr. ana Mrs. tftrken. Mr*. Roche, servant, and cliildren, Mr. and Mrs. J. Bentlell rind children, MlwFemiste* Messrs? Favtell. Yaldwyn, Simpson. BarHey/ G. P. James, M. Byrne, and twenty-eight lithe steerage. '??-'?'? DEPARTURE. August C— Palermo, brig, 184 tons, Gold, for Sydney. ' Augnst 6.— Boomerang, steamer. 400tons, O'Reilly, for Sydney. Pastengers*~Mr. John Smith, Mr. M'Ad'am, Mr. Dollman. Mr. North, Mr. Stirling, Mr. .Holdsworth.' Mr. England, Mr. D. Cameron, Mr. Davidson, Mr. Codogan, and 89 in the steerage. IMPORTS. Sable Chief: For. Moreton Bay— 800 bags flour, 14 do., rice, 99 packages, F. Roche; 60 bags flour. 17 do., bran, 1 case, Wilson tt Co.; 2 bales. Towns & Co.: 1 do., 3 cases, W. Gray * Co.; 182 casks & eases, S hogshead* sp...

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 — 12 August 1856

WANTED * Good, Plain COOK. To atteady. ?ober Man-liberal wages will be given. Apply fit the SPOBTSMAN'S ARMS, Little Ipswich. No objeoticm to a Woman Cook. S8th July. 18SB. . WANTED A STEADY MAN to Rent One or Two Teams. Apply to C. WHEELER, Ipswich. DEATH. At his residence, Gatton, on Sunday, the 10th Instant, after a short illness, Mr. David Campbell, aged 44 years. , ? .

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 — 19 August 1856

is-pnMUSed^vttyTttfcsday morning, «rid forwarded, to country subscribers 'by diat day's mail. Terms: . '?- ' . . Per quarter, in Advance ..... , «s. 6d. . M; ye^fuarter, oreait '...:.... -7«.6d. , . Single i^^r,' sixpence. The Quarters wiU termi iiate-on^hs 81st March, -80th Jnne, 80tb Soptem b^fand 8lf t Dooembe^iatliwhicU periods only can (jejumanon fce rccelyfid. . K'o.piders for » ididrawal wuHbe Vitteridi^d to utaleSs' given. In writing. Mew fobsbfiberi *UI'be3oni^irtroni Wi Slate I pT com tnenoing thftirsubBCrtptioiu - ?-' ???'.;-? ' ? t Aidvertisetnents will be charged at tti» rate of M-fts-^wtiines-:.:.':..-.;;'./:,,';-.^:'^ *; ? ! ?;;=;??? fii*;''-..'w--v«v;i.^vi-..Ji'il;'.v1. «::'6. -'???.?' . I .-;.?-, ?jEiglrt:.;W'.,fi^.k*. v^/.v-T-.i ?us: .%t-3 :$'[r ??? ? \ ' SveryfacuiHonal inch* ^*'/-, ??«?- 1.- 0/! ? ^ * : v TJie mimpetlJof Jnftwiiomi vinust^cjwr|tu& op^ocn % «Jvertlsaincntlor%ey*.Ulbe^^u^iintiJcoun \ ^wtCHt-l'm.ted fehSiu^^hcd^v^iafi-DrJoHN . BATBJand AirfH...

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 — 19 August 1856

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE, ABBTVALS. August 14. — Don Juan, schooner, 130 tons, Lindo, from Sydney 3rd instant. August 15. — Boomerang, steamer, 400 tons, Capt. O'Reilly, from Sydney 12th. and Newcastle 13th inBtant. Passengers— Hiss Hope, Mr. Busby, Mr. Harvey, Mr, A. J3andeman, Mr. P. G. Young, Dr. Dorsey, Mr. M'Adam, Mr. W. Davidson, Mr. Taylor, ' Mr. Lee, Mr. J. Sutherland, Mr. B. Abbott, Mr. J. 1 A. Pollard, Mr. P, Leslie, Mr. Deuchar, Mr. Harris, and soven in the steerage. DEPARTURES. August 9.— Sable Chief, schooner, 120 tons. Lake, for Port Curtis. Passengers— Mr. and Urs.J.Leith Hay and child, and seven in the steerage. ? August 18.^-Shamrock, steamer, 260 tons. Warner, for Sydney. -Passengers— Lieutenant Nicholl, Mrs. J. C. Humby, and forty-eight in the steerage. ? August 16.— Bonnie Doon, barque, Bholl. for Sydney. Passengers— Mr. Bond, Miss Elde, Mr. Brow»,*Mr.' Williams, and eight is the steerage. „ IMPOBTS. Don. Juaii : 80 packages, Maurice & Co. ; ^0 bags flour, 6...

Publication Title: North Australian, Ipswich And General Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
PUNCH. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 19 August 1856

PUNCH. Tub Questions or the Day. — What may be called die Questions of the Bay are not always those that are discussed in the leading columns of the press, but we mav often find what mav be termed ttrn Question -c/t the Day in die newspaper advertise ments. For some years we were almost daily bored with the inquiry, 'Do you bruise your oats? ** and indeed we were so tired with the impertinence of the demand that, if we had a propensity to bruise any thing, we might have been half inclined to bruise the individual who was always wanting to lenow whether we submitted .our oats to the pugilistic process. Subsequently, we have , had an insulting slur cast upon our polyglot powers, by die absurd question, ' Do you speak French f ' and we are now being daily irritated by having the words, 'Do you like a dry, hot, mealy potato?' thrust before our eyes whenever we take up a, newspaper. We do not feel at all bound to answer a question of this kind, more especially as a reply in die affirmati...

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, AUGUST 19, 1856. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 19 August 1856

? - '''r^^ajjafMJt;*^^ ; fPSWlOff,'ftlBSD4 T, AUOUSt £0, 1856. Wk understand that the engineering stm^ airected bj^*io G6v«rnos:ent to exftniiiie the oountry between Dariing Downs and the vm*m navtoibte points 4ho Brisban* River. jwme taqnUamgo.'for tiie purbose «* ^ajioWtaiii' fcut* oomptt^i.tbjBSr4ibt-uni ?& bras' the propotod fine between Brulane and Ipswich i« conoemed. ? fi- j.,--^ .-, ...,.? ? ; ? , ft would Appear froni *he dirtctipn in dicated by Jthewtakeo that the. line wiU ?om- menoertNormaii's Greek, ttMMj^ nten^JiRioeediiig from $btn(MJk-n-tik& ftbutii ' 0M«srf-dUotmente W ^ iwrth ^de%f %he and tb4n!^y?i)^to^ejngati^^^r|^ ??', ? '' . ?'?.. ' 'jiV^v- ????'? '?.'.??.??? ??? then orosses Bandaubah Creek, at Mr. Gobdon Sandejian's aud, Mr. Wambb Scptt's allot ments, passing through them, and takea the direction of Mr. GeA.i£s' new house, keeping a little to the north of it, aud crossing the limestone Vidge about the distance of a furlong to the south of the ...

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 — 19 August 1856

BRITISH EXTRACTS. Prince Alfred a Sailor. — We doubt if so much order exists in any mansion in England as in the palace of our Sovereign : we more ' than doubt if precepts of humility, self-denial, and moderation are so constantly inculcated, or wnetner tuo value at time, tlie dnties of position, the obligations of office, and the utility of industry are so urgently impressed in any other establishment in the empire/ Tlie grand lesson taught to the heir apparent and his younger brother, who alone of the young princes are yet capable of apreciating such instruction, is, that by personal merit alone can they hope to win and retain the confidence and esteem of the nation and hold sway over the public mind ; and hence it is that the application of these illustrious youths to study is such as would be remarkable in the sons of an intelligent mechanic. This devotion to intellec tual culture is most conspicuous in Prince Alfred. Having, as we arc given to understand, chosen the navy for hi...

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 — 19 August 1856

LATEST INTELLIGENCE. The Boomerang, Captain O'Reilly, arrived on Friday uight last, brings our usual files of Sydney journals to the 12th instant, which, owing to the present inconvenient and stupic arrangements made by the postal authorities, did not reach us until the third day after the arrival of the steamer, and even then not till after sundown ! Now, it frequently happens that the Sydney papers are quite as indispen sable to the storekeepers and others as their letters, and we trust that some mode will be in future adopted for their earlier delivery ; for ins^vnee, if the proprietors of the river steamers were to ply them more regularly, there would be a chance of getting the papers, although, at the same time, it must be admitted that the mail contractor is bound to convey them himself if required to do so, and why should not this be done for the convenience of the public who pay him for his services? The late delivery of- the letters and papers has now become very annoying, ...

Publication Title: North Australian, Ipswich And General Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
FASHIONS FOR MAY. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 19 August 1856

FAsmtiJirs *'or »rAt? Spring fashion, like the spring flowers, *«raitR a bine sky and the cheering influence of tho anil's bright rays ere they shine fortli in all thuir briliisnfc.v aid ireshness : hence it Is not often 1wi-»niMM that (they assume a decided character. Bright ana «oft colourcd materials predominate at our- most cele brated houses. '?? ???.*?-???-..? ?' . . In . full ;dres8 and wnlkiiig dross, flounces ore still yery° mucli worn. Double skirts are not always considered as full dress ; they are sometimes adopted in home and visiting dresses, when the .colour iSrflark. 'v ? . ' ; ' '?-??' =.- ,-' . - ''..'.'. ..-i..: ? ?? iFor barege dresses, a disposition, an entirely new trimming l,ns heeii Ini-dntcd. Thus, on tho top ol aVich pattern flounce wnnld Ik placed » thi6l: golon. with raised flowers tuid foliage, in the Pompadoui style, with a narrow fringe of the colours of jthe flowers and foliage. These galons are made in; all colours. ??.'?? I- ?? Another trimming for ...

Publication Title: North Australian, Ipswich And General Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. NOTICE OF MOTION. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 19 August 1856

LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. Notices or Motion. Mr. S*niema:i was to move, on the 19th instant— ' That there be laid upon the table of thU house — 1. A. return of all correspondence -'between the Exe cutive Government in Sydney and the Government Resident of llorcton Baj, relative to building a gaol for the district .of Moreton Bay. 2. A return of all correspondence between the Executive Government And their Honors the Judges of the Supreme Court, relative to the most suitable site for the erection of a gaol for the district of Moreton Day. 3. A return at the number of cases tried before each Circuit Court at Moreton Bay, showing the number of per sons committed for trial at Brisbane and the number committed for trial at Ipswich and the districts beyond it.' Also, — ' That there be laid on tha table of this house — I. A return of the number of immi grants landed at Moreton Bay, and forwarded to the depot at Brisbane, during the last two years. 2. A return of the number of persona engaged f...

Publication Title: North Australian, Ipswich And General Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
VALPARAISO. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 19 August 1856

VALPARAISO. By the Comtst, we (Empire) have received later news from Valparaiso. The. Mercurio of the 81st March contai ns a. summary of the previous fortnight's news, which cives fearful details of the ravages of the jjtorm that occurred a' few Says previous to our latest dates. It commenced on the 10th March, and continued during the iliree following 'days. The 4fereuru-«ayB'.-^ : ? We cannot «s yet calculate the exact extent of die Josses, .sustained in the -country, for the storm was equally severe in nearly all the provinces, but a considerable part of the crops of -wheat which were not stored hais been completely destroyed, as also' large -quantities of beans, potatoes, and other farm produce. Cattle -suffered a great deal, and tnany buildings were - seriously damaged. The rivers overflowed and inundated and carried awav whole fields *nd plantations. The losses sustained by public property are incalculable. ' ' ??-???? The passage across the Andes to the Argentine Republic has...

Publication Title: North Australian, Ipswich And General Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
LETTERS TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 19 August 1856

LETTERS TO THE EDITOR. [The Editor vnthet it to be i/tuftrttood, that tehOe every reasonable latitude mil bt allotted, he does not identify himttlfwith the opinions exprettej in the iorretpond entf jmblinhed in thu Journal. Ml letters which appear tinder thi* heading are written by partiu en tirely untonnected voilhthe management oftht Ibper.)

Publication Title: North Australian, Ipswich And General Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
NEWS FROM THE EAST. MEMORANDA FROM THE CAMP. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 19 August 1856

NWS FROM THE EAST. MEMORANDA -FROM THE C3AMP. fBBLWrrED FEDM filrVATS Atop PUBUfelfEB X.tetTSBS.1 ItDssiAH Tiiaits.— Some of the fiussian. soldiers -who ^ro now walking about pur camps *re robust and healthy men, clean in their persons, and swell dressed. UTie maiorib' of them, however, arcsallow. Wrinkled, and not over clean in appearance^ -Utany are wearing patched trousers, niid old undfrclotibes generally, as may be plainly seen when the great Coat is thrown open. They are of all sizes and ; S^ahirc, and vury in age from mere boys to old men in appearance. A great proportion have the Sebae topoi medal, and Borne also wear alongside it the lnednl given to coinmemorate tlie Hungarian cam paign. They exhibit a great foudness for Wtrojig Sriiiks, and already it has been nectary,; *o; make 'some of the'Eustiaiis, for itctr own stetyfsJ5-ell «i: 'iliat of thoirmetghVours/prisorifers tn WS r^gunental guard tente of the iaitlics,untilsoperncss had resnined its control over their actions...

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 — 19 August 1856

STfiAM£|l FOB BRISBANE. I^yb^^s. CttPtato Murl*y» wiu'noi'r «'-'» -«gu- JMraMKl Ja«y fr*™ Ip*''^ toBrisbsae, every . y#tintW» riteroated»y,.nntilfurtheriiotioe. For freight or i-aasage, Apply to ' - Ijawich, 10th M&rch, 1866. . ' ? SOB: SALE, ?-^?ttijritl ^° WES, - 6 years old ft is .^^MMJp Sjr&yearotd, QHSSSBB 280 WfiTHBRS, 3-year old, 876 JJWBS, a-year old, 360 2ai#ag 'EWEST . . 350 WkluERS, and n bams. ,;.? ; ' ?. „. .: - ? ?? ? The Wh»le will be sola with or without %» Wool ; if sold with the Wool on; must, lie delivered by the 10th of SejjfemTjor, 30 miles to.: tb,e %e»t . of Ipiwich. Further particulars upon ftpplication -to , G THORN, East Btreet, Ipswich. TO SHEARERS. ' rpHE Canning Downs' Shed will be opened early JL in SEPTEMBER. C. BEEVOR DAYENEY. Canning Downs, 81st July, 1868. SHEARING will eomtoence at Talgai, Darling Downs, ou the 15th of SEPTEMBER. . : HOOD 4; DOUGLAS. The EEgh-cast Arab, £AJAH,' ,i. MiL '. ', .!?.?' Will Stand thliSe»spn,*t C«i £«ilL...

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 — 19 August 1856

Cqjp^ttX. BEPOTT. ^BnsmcBS is rather brisker than usual at tiiis timl of the year, widwoiUdAemadetaore»b*d not the course uritb the interior. ?\'..,-:.,~-t.; ? ;?;: ..,???. j :imm»' ?,ou*;s..laati;ir«|»dr| -'fMiiAfi ,'6ti--il-Btant, the w^Ffng^roanceluw^nforwi^edf^ (**wm^«ewaft^»iS^^Arl3|p.^i§io^'-^l^k-: ^°?^B, I5^^S«JA*^^ ,^,44d*a.»B;3 !oes''T^k^ftr^^';- i ^^M^^^^ S pkt clips, ;* bales skMvl%kta^1s&W;^^e- *««*. 1$* *»««« mm,mxm£ w»oi, ?%&*» Sh* :'%ttS^ ^ ^^*lfc,%l»^tores-2 «askk PftW witlifviinaerneatii, in a diamond: lOhideTS bundles sahV.TIVi&C&i; «%undles?»klni; ^ifeaSS tallow, CxC; 11 bales wool, 1E|?fi0vdtUo,TltS In »7 diamond ; 22 ditto,^ Sandemani % ditto, 4 bnndlw Bkius, M ina triariile; 44-undlu skins, DJMC. r : A still further r&o has been inadein flour, which' h 1 «ow quoted *t^,a sya&sy ^mmmtm m? pit ton, andClitUan Sour -6i»»)^£^^Er ;AooT;^ Messrs. Mort & Co. report that the wool market bM been inactive, and that ...

Publication Title: North Australian, Ipswich And General Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
LORD ELGIN. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 19 August 1856

LORD EIXJIN. (From the Liverpool Albion.) There is already a third Caledonian whom Ministers are amazingly puzzled what to do with, inasmuch as to keep such a man idle while such mannakins as thev are bnsv. is becoming too intolerable. With a view to get out of the difficulty, that bright strategist, Labouchere (one of Sheridan h Whigs, who cured tlie headache by knocking their skulls against walls of their own erection), proposed to the peer in question, Elgin, to go to Victoria. Now, to ask such a person to proceed to the antipodes, was literally asking him to stand on his head. ' It couldn't be dpne; and, little as Labouchere knows, lie must ha.ye known that; and hence a blunder without a possibility of benefit. Everybody who is anybody kijpws that though Australia. nominally stands high in ^(e opinion of an iguorant public, it stands low among knowing public men, .of whom- Elgin is' about the very knofcingest. Isn't the salary £16,000 a year? you ask. \es, it is^-011 paper, but ...

Publication Title: North Australian, Ipswich And General Advertiser, The
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THE ROMANCE OF FORGERY. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 19 August 1856

THE ROMANCE OF FORGERY', (From Hoy fa Xineipaper, April 27.) One of the most extraordinary cases of a continuous and successful series of forgeries on bankers and private individuals, in town and country, ever detailed in a police-court, has been bronght to a close bv the aDnrohensibn of three brother*— Jnhn Ingram Owen, George Smith Owen* and Edward , Owen— whom the detective police, for at least eighteen months, have been in pursuit of. The number of cases in which the forgers have been completely successful, already traced by the police, ranges between thirty and forty, and the entns obtained in about eighteen months, fall very little short of £3000. The audacity and ingenuity with which these I forgeries have been committed, and the hair-breadth escapes of the forgers, appear, when detailed, to be more like impossible fiction than a plain statement of authenticated facts. To understand the character of the case it will be necessary to give a hrief outline of the history of the t...

Publication Title: North Australian, Ipswich And General Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
COLONIAL NEWS. VICTORIA. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 19 August 1856

COLONIAL NEWS. VICI'OEIA. Wo lire in receipt of Melbourne papers to the 4th instant. ?. . . . . . Tho Herald nt tho 26th publishes a summary for ISnrope for transmission by the fbrmotta. The quarterly return of inoomo and expenditure of tin colony is given, by which it is shown. tbat there .is an increase in the expenditure for tlto June qnarter,1 when compared tvith tho preceding qnarter. ' But, by the comparison of the last half year's receipts aud expenditure, it is. found tiiat ilte tooeipts nn greater titan the expenditare. The proceeds of 4be. sale of land-in the year ended June 80th are shown to exceed those of tho corresponding period to 1856 by about £400,000, Amongst tin additionul items of tho revonno in th*» l^tycar«re tltoteTBUtuig *o : the taxation of the Chinese. ' . ,; . The current rate of intercut on money loaned re mains nt 10 por«ont., but 8 percent, is die limit offored for large sums on mortgage. This h(gh rate of interest- interferos with- tnvestmenta far publ...

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