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THE NEW ENGLAND GOLD FIELDS. THE ROCKY RIVER. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 19 August 1856

THE NEW ENGLAND GM)LD FIELDS. (From the Armidak Exprett, AuguttQ.) tub noccv biter.. The news from die Rocky River is to tho fiflect that the diggers generally are doing well; and that jiggers from other places continue to flock to this lold-field, althoueh a fow are occasionally leavine. flour is becoming cheaper, and as wheat was pur chased in Annidalo on Thursday . last at 16s. per bunhel, there are hopes that flour will soon be cheap at the Rocky. OBAN AND JIOOST MITCHELL. , On Saturday last, an inteliigent digger vbo had just returned from a prospecting to Oban and Mount Slitchell called at our office. He denied that the in formation respecting fifty or sixty diggers being at work between Oban and Mount Mitchell was .correct —there being but few now, as, many bad left. He appeared rather discouraged, and. said that 'the Uocky River Diggings were bad enongb, bnt tliey a-ero better than those at Oban or Mount Mitchell.' He also stated that the gold atOb^n waSi procured frou, the ...

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

SPIRIT OF THE PRESS. THE CONVICT QUKSTIOX. (From the Manchester Guardian, April 21.) It is a hopeful oirenmstance for the settlement of liny question when it comes to be discusticd without prejudice or envy, fend may b- said to create a per vadinir interest rather than a lively excitement. § is the calm anil equable aspect ofthn discussion rting the treatment «f 'convicts. TUe Marquis lifsbnry opened rather ft warm attack upon the tif-?eave system in the Honsn of Lords, on Friday night; but ^iere was nn display of eor retpnhdtng' heat among fiig andience, and the con versatfon to which he had given Hie speedily sub fclded into one of tlie most thoughtful And statiis ' tnansllke debates Ttoat have been heard for a long time li| the Upper Ifonse. Earl Btanltope, whose vtewf on the subject hud evidently been matured with great feare. urged that the government should endeavour, in the flrot place, to lessen the number of criminals to be disposed of by more f ully carry tnjrdrittlje plan...

Publication Title: North Australian, Ipswich And General Advertiser, The
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SELECT POETRY. A MAIDEN'S PRAYER. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 19 August 1856

.'', ?;;; '.,.?.?.?'?;:. AJIIUIMW* PRATER. No* thai I see his fondest hopes . Are osntred in anothere's love, . Whatjoj *o sweet u breathe for him A prayer for blessings from above. ;8ine« budding hopes so «oon have fled. Is oft Illumed as at Thy 'throne, ? I «fc for mercies on lii* bead. , -Bi I no, j will toot now rapine, . v.Of«bedin«cret*OTrpw'steargi - ; Though holy Joyb, that once were mine, ? Should glad no more my future years. .. I will notsay be is unkind, Though onoe before my feet lie knelt. If to elections are entwiued Aound one whose tove is deeper felt. Father, in Heaven ! grant that she May tastera pwwe and Miss «» pure As Thy kind handSonee granted me— Yet, oh J more lading and more snre. Thy choicest gifts beptewwl to Jkjut In rich profusion 6n her head; Give her a heart to love liira more . Than she whose hope*: lie cold and dead. Look kindly «n 'the future path Thy hand may lead them here below ; Give them-to «e Thr mercy hath The will to shield from pain and woe...

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 — 19 August 1856

LOCAL AND DOMESTIC. Title Deeds.— Deeils of Grant of Lands purchased from the Crown are, in accordance with the notice dated 19th May lost, and published in the Govern ment Gazette of the 20th of that month, issued at the omcc ot the survevor-uunemi lustead or at the Treasury as heretofore; it is, therefore, requested that all letters relative to their delivery or prepara tion m4y in future be addressed to the Surveyor Gencrat in Sydney. The undermentioned deeds being ready for delivery, on payment of the author ised fee, to the grantees or their agents duly authorised, early application is requested to be made' for them at the omen of .the Surveyor-GcrienU': — Stanley— P. Cardew, la. 8r. 32p. ; Benjamin Cnbb. 2a. 2r. $Sp. ; ditto, 5a. Or. 32p. ; ditto. 31a. ; Edward BoydCullen, 24a,; ditto, 8a.; ditto, 24a.; ditto, 24a.; ditto^fiiu;, Henry ChalUnor, 19a. Or.,«8p.; ditto, lla, 0r.J32p.; ditto,, 19a. Or. 32p.: ditto. fla.; ditto, «a. ; ditto, 4a. ; ditto, 5a. ; ditto, 19a. Or. 82p.^ ...

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

! THEiEPARATIONdF MORETON JJAV. Tbe Separation Movenjeut seems to be. actively progressing In the Moreton Bay District; and, so far as Moreton Bay proper is concerned, we wish It' may bo mtcoeMful. We fieo no just roswon -why th&t listrict should remain annexed to the colony of. New South Wales, against the almost nnanimons .wish of the inhabitants.. ? Nor can we perceive any force in tbe argument that the soparation of Moreton Bay From New South Wales should be opposed, bemuse vn apprehension exists thftt the new colony might bo inverted into a receptacle for the criminals of the! nptberrcountry.- We.do not attach any importance bo this belief: we-deem the realisation of anch a iheor^ as beuig, quite improbable, and regard the issertion a« a mere innendo «pncocted by the anti leparationists. ,. . , .'..,.?? ....... By a parity of reasoning, if the Moreton Bay people sounder, they ought to have a voice in deoid'ing, fcr., Jielr -future p^litifcal welfare, whether they, shall...

Publication Title: North Australian, Ipswich And General Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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IPSWICH BUILDING SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 19 August 1856

IPSWICH BUILDING -SOCIETY. Pursuant to notico a meeting of tbe inhabitants of the town was held at the Court House, on Thurs day evening last, with the' view of establishing a Buildiuir Societr on the nrincioles of tho Mutual Benefit Investment and Building Society already formed in Brisbane. Mr. Henry Kilncr occupied the Chair. Mr. Boujamin Cribb, who has given considerable attention to the working 'of slmUftr institutions both in England and in the colony, addressed tho meeting at some length, pointing out the benefits to bn derived by fl»e establishment of a Building 'Society in this towji, and the mutual advantages to the borrower and investor, together with the induce ment held'oiit to the working clnssbs to adopt pro vident habits. - Hr. Foircloth also made some observations, and expressed' a preference for a terminable Society, as tills was Intended ' to be, in a permanent en.-- ; but nt the* same time lie was of opinion that it should be conducted oh the principles of the so...

Publication Title: North Australian, Ipswich And General Advertiser, The
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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 19 August 1856

BIRTHS.                         -On the 10th instant, at her residence, Johnson Street, Balmain , the wife of Captain Henry O'Reilly of a daughter.                         At Ipswich , on the 12th Instant, the wife of Geo. H Wilson, Esq, of a son.       MARRIAGE                     : On the 6th instant, at the German Station, by the Rev W J K Piddington Mr Alfred C. Bays, of Little Ipswich , to Henrietta Augusta , youngest daughter of the late Mr. Hugh Noble, of Sydney.

Publication Title: North Australian, Ipswich And General Advertiser, The
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Goomburra, 9th August, 1866. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 19 August 1856

Goomburra, 9th August, 1856. Demi Sir,— In tbe Moreton '-'&$, Free Pnn of the 4th August, I have observed a aw/mZou* jtrodnction, emanating from the pen of a Mr. G. Davidson, addressed to me. So far u this 'production' is concerned, I do not Intend to advert to it in any way as in jinswer, for I consider it, as well as the writer, not only too fer beneath my notice, but the insinua tions (coming from such an authority) are too absurd to require a denial at my hands. » My-only object in wricyipon the subject of this will' -temperate effution is to disabuse tbe public mind of an error that has, pei'fta/Jt, ^inadvertently occurred. It seems that I have been reported (by «omo /rwnrf, I imagine) to ATc-. Davidson to have said at a late meoUnfi at War wick, over which I had the honour to preside, ' that, owing to Mr. Davidson** want of enprgy in not ex panding die fiiijds placed in his Tbftids for the pur Jjiw^iWH^46;«t.;c-|teiiiiM^em,en(to ^ving iMfttMceTwTheToad matters, tho who...

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

CAUTION. HJOTIOB U bnciby given that the flnflereign* X% does not hoH himself iwmo»|b}e.#-r t& , p»raeiUorsNoteu^wiipyMr.G.WATOoifonWi! tor Ifae ram of £600, die same h»#ng being wfitowa .by him without ray corarideratiDn, 'and under vox reptitiou* cireumitanoea^ aadall percpn* are hereb; cautioned tgafnst reowving «nd negotiating ti» '''^ DONALD CAMPBELL. - Bast Street, Ipswich. 16th AogMt, 1856. ' V B. P. WHITEkouSB ?TraBOS -to Inform his Friend* and the Inhabitant J3 of IpawicVand the surrounding districts, tha lie litt'^erea Wto_*'contiact to erect » Larg BniWIng, as «n AUGTrON MABT, on the ellol ment *4jotaing Mr;.Nal|ar9, Crown Inn, Bell Stree] whU^ufteWly Wthe transaction of ajl kind of Auction Business la the course of a month, an will fcetme.of *he Largest and Commodious Anctio Booms in the district. During the building of th above. B. P. W. will still ooijttnue to hold Auction ' tn bU Temporary Boom, lately occupied by Mi J. Moore, adjoining Mr. J. P, Naliar's Grow...

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GLEANINGS. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 26 August 1856

GLEANINGS. Somobidy 6ays that a young lady should always ask the four following questions before accepting tbe hand of any young man : — ' Is he honourable V — 'Is he kin'd 'of heart?' — 'Can he support me comfortably ?'— Does he read the North Austra lian f Devotion-.— A young lady being told that her lover was suddenly killed, exclaimed — 'Oh, tlmt splendid roM watch of hist — give me that — give me something to remember him by 1' Married inon are less troubled with the rheuma tism than are old bachelors. Dr. Francis assigns as a reason— Ihfiy sleep warmer. An afflicted liusband nas returning from the funeral of his wife, when a friend asked him how he wbs. ' Well,' said he pathetically, 'I think I feel the better for that little walk I' A man, boasting of his temperate habits, said he never saw a glass of wine without his mouth water ing. I have known some men possessed of good quali ties, which were very serviceable to others, but useless to themselves ; like a sun-dial on the f...

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BRITISH EXTRACTS. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 26 August 1856

BRITISH EXTRACTS. Spokk too Late. — An Irishman was indalgingin t'io very intellectual occupation of sucking raw frg;w and reading a newspaper. By some mischance lie contrived ;tt) bolt a raw chicken. ' Xhepoor bird eWf ruppert as it went down his throat, and he very coolly said. 'By the powers you .spoke too late I' — Derhy Eeportsr. , ] As a man was passing through the streets of Dijrby yesterday week, with a walking-stick jrun in his side pocket, which wasbntli capped and loaded, it accidentally got tilted, and fell down perpendicular with his body. T»ie cap struck the pavement, and the gun was instantly dischanred, the contents pass ing up h.-tween th:' 'skirts of his coat nnd his body, then through tits side of the coat, the left sleeve end the shirt — th« chrtr^s being deposited several incites up the inside of tho arm. The ivhole charge of shot : lial in its p.iss.i;je got wrapped up like a cartridge ' in a double cloth covering, nnd penetrated the arm ) ftlj'iiit iu mi 'die,...

Publication Title: North Australian, Ipswich And General Advertiser, The
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SELECT POETRY. KATHLEEN OF KILDARE. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 26 August 1856

SELECT POETEY. KATHLEEN OF KtLDABE. Oil, my love'a a flower, surpassing . - All others I have seen : Although o'er my dear old Erin A rover 1 have been. I ne'er yet beheld a blossom So beautiful and fair. As that lovely gem of nature, Young Kathleen of Kildare. Oh, her eyes are like the morning, ' When breaking softly bright; Her lips like opening roses Teeth ever snowy white; And her step is light and graceful. Her brow beyond compare, - And rich dancing golden tresses. Hath Kathleen of Kildare. Her sweet voice is like soft music. That doth the soul entrance ; And her look is all-nb»orbiiig, On whom she deigns to glance; Wealthy lords have vainly sought her, Rich jewels iihe might wear. But ah f her heart is Terence's, Sweet Kathleen of Kitdare! Oh, the sun and moon for ever,- ' '' ''? With all the stars may shine. But they cannot beam, no, never, - On bliss surpasfting mine. When she fondly yielding whispcr'd, ' Life's ills or joys to share, I am thine, my Terence, darling I' Swee...

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IPSWICH BUILDING SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 26 August 1856

ipswick;3itjijJDm0BsGiasia*f ;;. Another 'x^^'^.m^^M^.i^m^t favonrablo to the establishment- of a Vuilding Socioty. was lieja atiheConrJ; House .on Thursday cvenins lust ahfl* WaB numcrouslv ^tienaiiiL : On the motion of Siy/B^Cribk secpndealjy Mr, Eeov«, v Hii. B. -3M**- Sailed ^poi- fr t&ig ?tfcjiufofe'i -';;-'' Thu -Si^rtJ»fn bi^y ^ai^ ^B^jeWjof^r^ meeting, which wns to receive theTjipoii ' ot/mei'.'Z Coimnittee. a»4 ro take in\-) considcratipM j$n.nft§m~f of sthc society^ if lieiug' optional witft the paffies present ip approve or n-jocj them as they might think proper. ' ' ?; . ? f -i'i/^'n Mr :-B. UriWb'B'aM «Ht the Chmhj)it-5oS-Ml atl^itet '* tike rules of tbu Hi i.-bjni! Biiildiug Society, wiih otne Blight alterations which he explaiued. . , Mr. Foote proposed tlmt the mluH proposed, by flie committee Hhoirid be adopted, whieh was seconded . by., Miv Pettigrow, whereupon .?.'..' . : : ',,. -iV ,; ?',- ':'- i'f Mr. M'a«?alisitcif jsjigsested fljat ^^'lis^Cre. might' W...

Publication Title: North Australian, Ipswich And General Advertiser, The
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FOOD OF LONDON. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 26 August 1856

FOOD OF LONDON* This is a curious and interesting subject, handled by a man .skilled in turning all sorts of intricacies inside out, and laying bare the heart of their mystery. Tbe food of between and three million people con sregated in a single city! How is it supplied? Whence does it come? By what elaborate official machinery is it regulated, so that this enormous number of human beings may have enough to satisfy their tastes and necessities, and not enough to ruin the caterers by leaving on their hands an unsaleable balance? These an* some of the pregnant questions discussed in this volume ; but with regard to the last even Mr. Dodd can do little more than smile at the Idea of official interference in commercial business. The reason why London suffers from neither famine nor repletiont is simply that Government is so kind as to take no concern about the matter, but to allow demand and supply to be adjusted according to the private interests of the buyerK and sellers. The transit...

Publication Title: North Australian, Ipswich And General Advertiser, The
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SPIRIT OF THE PRESS. THE CASE OF THE RAILWAYS. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 26 August 1856

SPIRIT OF THE PRESS. THE CASE OF THE EAILWAYS. (From Chamberi Journal.) It is a fact strange, yet perfectly true, that yon may enter Scotland at Bsrwlck, and be transported liy u railway, in little tunru than an hour and a half, to Edinburgh ; may then cross a couple of estuaries by splendid, well-appointed steamer*. Resides a tract n( country by a second line of railway, and, finally advance by a third railway to Aberdeen, thus tra versing the most important pints of our northern country in tho most easy and luxurious way, saving a cwiKiderable amount of time upon the old modes of travelling, and paying but a trifle compared with what was formerly necessary — all in a manner at the cxneiwc of a portion of the community; siuce the fact is so, tlmt these railways and steamers either make no ruturn whatever, or, at the best, the shadow of a return, to their shareholders. Such we believe to be the case iu many other tracts of the United Kingdom of Grcnt Britain and Ireland. It is eiuo ...

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 — 26 August 1856

SHINING INf SLtmEK^. ABBTViLLS. Ancust aii—Bftvea, schooner^ 11 8 tons, ,4Br«wiy from Sydney, 14th instant! .!???- , ???' ?' '?'?? '??.§'?§? Anpi-t. SSAVanquisK^choDner, 90 ;tons, ^cbtt, from RfHnovJ4f.il instant. ??-'. ,'?'?- ?i' -!-J'.~' AuKiiHt-SS:— ShamrpcfcjBtesattftr^SOlJomBiSPartibr, friin Svilnew : August - 19th. iPasaengers^iiL. iAV Wo..rf. 'Mr. \V. Beverly. ^Ir, WilliainB, Dr. Lucas, Mr. R. Mackay, ahdtlitt ifoe^teerage. ,. y:X ^PAJlTUElEsX' 'C':^ *?/?'-: *.ii(:nrt1tf^B6UniBD6oJn;l»M*iie,J260ton8,SKonl for Sydnhy. , Pjjsengers-^Mr. Bond, Miss Edei Mr, I Brown,'*!r. Williams, aad« in *he*teerage. : -I' Anenst - 20.'^«oomoraiag, Steamer, 400 ions, O'lleill}-, for SydnterviS's^Aswni^ri^Ir.. and Mrs. Pat3tm -mud cliilaVMiss Wbnnft Mrrpalton,*l|jr., Sldmanf Eevi DrS?fi««irtttir4pS6 mHhe*teMsfc August la;— Don ffsfe^^iw-wi80t6ti«j phm for Sydney, inJwJiripflgft 't||#,».'.; ',S^kKn : AuguBt 22-— Ohance, ejbarane, JtttD! ;itpas; ?Mpmy commander', fot: Jl|ni»ai(iti Wllaat. -Gtj ' ?...

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DRAYTON. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 26 August 1856

DEAiYTON. [PUOM OtB COBBF.SPONBENT.^ MelanCiioi.V; Suicide.— On Thursday, tho 23« instant, a inagisturlal inqujn', was held at'Drayton, berore A. W. Sl.-imiihff. I'M, T. De Lacy.MoffaU, J.P.. and James 'l'avlor. J.I'., Ksgilircs, timclmiff the death of one Walter Strrtebai], who had destroyed bimsiilf on die night previous.. 'Several witnesses werc^'famined during the investigation, aud -also 'medicMtevidBiicof given by Dr. Armstrong. It flp paa'rttl.Wouithe tii-stituony of two or three witnesses, that deceased had for some time past been drinking to ««cess; not only in the town. 0/ Drayton, but on his journey froth Ips wii.-h to that place ; that' he re- i tired to bed «arly on Wednesday evening, he being at that time sober: but Boon afterwards the wife of the Jodging-house-kpepcr w^iero deceased stopped— one Mrs. Miiiiiehuri-^-heariiig a noise iii his room, went in and saw deceased lying on the floor, sur rounded by a pool of blood, and a knife Iving by liis side. Sheimnicdilitcly...

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THE NORTH AUSTRALIAN. IPSWICH, TUESDAY, AUGUST 26, 1856. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 26 August 1856

THE NORTH AUSTEALIAU'. IPSWICH, TUESDAY^ AUGUST 26, 1856. Wk should not have thought it necessary to flffer any further remarks for the, purpose of directing the judgmeut of our readers, with respect to the establishing of a Building Society, had not some circumstances occurred and some observations been made at the meeting held on Thursday last, which we feel bound to notice. We do not coasider this question to be either a political or a party one, and we do object taost decidedly to its being made either ! one or the other. It is far from our thought to cast any censure or unjust reflections upon the chief actors in the scene that took place, at the Court House ; but, at the same time, \ we think it was quite right that the principles upon which the society is proposed to be con-; ducted should be full/ discussed, in order that there may be no possibility of unfair play, nor any . impediment to its profitable working. That thiB was the object of the parlies who opposed the passing...

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THE NEW ENGLAND GOLD FIELDS. THE ROCKY RIVER. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 26 August 1856

TUE NEW ^STGt/AKO ^OLD^FlEClK;; {Frotn-Hhe JtrfUd&*£*^!f-)/bi0*ft-l&4 - TUE BOCET BIVER. „?,.?,. The news from the Rodcy is as usual^— a large majority doing weU. rJft'e,iavd.8een alotof .^ioM. of gold,, which was obtained in. eight days I-y4our men'; and another lot «f 17 O7.8,v procured 'by, two mini unwed OXcil and Golden, as tueir suaro tor the week. ' „ ? , . . , . .. y: ? ;. . ? ; A birtrc body of -OlnnoBe arrived jestcryay at Ar!iiM:il-:', en route for lh« ttnoky. Their siuguiar i,;i]i-;;i:iiiec wiis the jubjwt of adnii«ction to a tribe lit' «'i)iingt-ti:l«. . .. . . 't, . Klunr. iV'm Singleton, has been sold as lp?v as (A Ida', a bag .'it tlm digging*.' ' WODST MlTCHEI.fj. -.,,'.' On Sunday evening last. Mr. Owian .Sh,;ils, who huA huen passing the diggings ntMunnt Slibchell wrtli some cnttle, called upon us, witha letter, of which the following is a copy : — (To the JHitcrs of the Armidah Exprtts.) . Mount MitcheU, 8th August, 1856. GekM.hhi5N,— We diggers o...

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LATEST INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 26 August 1856

LATEST INTELLIGENCE. The Shcmroak brings us Sydney journals to the 22ud instant, with the mail by the Red Jacket, containing EngjUsh news to the 20th of May. The intelligence communicated is rather .interesting, but we can only find space ?for the following items :— ?? The Palmerstou Ministry still continued 1n office. ' . ? ? It is rMWOHrfid thnt Kii- Henry Bulweris to assume the Oos-.-Tiiorship of Victoria,- but an another report issL'iJ* the |«)if t« Mr. ViUiens, little dependence O:iii In1 pl.urm] ujioij thu Statement. The liiffinviici-s biitween Hie Governments nf Eng land au.f the United States ore fully ex}u-ctod to have no serious termination. The fume end hluster have ejy-ftpomUTL ... .- . ... Th.p .Stisnin Postal question is being agitated, hut still unsettled. The Government have lutiumtcii a preference for the ronte via Mauritius.- JTho Royal Geographical Society seems to have adopted the Torres Straits ?passage. . .???'? Hur Majesty, -it is said, will shortly visit Berl...

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