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LETTERS TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 2 September 1856

LETTERS TO THE EDITOR. {The Btttor wishes it to be vnStntaod, that wkUe every reasonable, latitude vritl be Allowed, he 4oe» not identify himnelf icith the opinion* ezpreticd in the eorretponS- ? ence published in thit Journal. AU tetter* which appear under thit heading are written bg pdrtiet «n ttrdy unconnected with the management of the Riper.]

Publication Title: North Australian, Ipswich And General Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
THE POLITICAL POSITION OF THE JUDGES. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 2 September 1856

THE POLITICAL POSITION OF THE JUDGES. We observe by the report of the proceedings in the Legislative Assembly on the 14th ult,, that Mr. Donaldson's motion for the rescind' ing of the vote relative to the political position of the Judges in the Legislative Council was only carried by a majority of one, and that, if several members had not absented themselves from the House before the division, there is reason to believe there would have been a majority of 26 to 23 against the Government. The triumph of the Ministry is, therefore, no triumph at all ; they have been virtually defeated. Mr. Richardson was absent from his post, looking after his tapes and bobbins we presume ; Mr. Buckley, who, by-the-bye, has already become a very promising Govern ment hack, voted with great spirit, tact, and prudence, on the Ministerial side ; Mr. Holt, as a matter of course, in duty bomnd, followed suit ; Mr. Irving, ditto ; we muBt really keep our eye in future on the last-named gentle man. Mr. Gordo...

Publication Title: North Australian, Ipswich And General Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
DRAYTON. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 2 September 1856

DRAYT0N. [FROM OVB COnRESPOKDBST.] At the Police Office, Drayton, on Friday tho 8th of August, William Butler Tooth, of Clifton, grazier, appeared on summons before James Taylor and T. De Lncey Moflatt, Esquires, J.P.'s, for a breach of the Masters' and Servants' Act, the said W. B. Tooth not having supplied one Patrick Kaualy with the full quantity of rations, according to his said agreement. It appeared from complainant's evi dence, that he was without rations from Tuesday till Friday,— that is, he had meat, but no flour, — and had not received his back rations up to the date of his filing the information. Complainant,, on being cross-examined, stated tSiat defendant's brother wns on the station the time he bad no flour. Mr. Ander son, the superintendent, informed bun he would send out rations from the bead-station, if there were any. Witness stated he could always have as much meat as he liked. John Williamson partly corroborated Kanaly's statement. John Colligan being sworn, sta...

Publication Title: North Australian, Ipswich And General Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
HOME AND FOREIGN NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 2 September 1856

HOME AND FOREIGN NEWS .. ? :??? ~ — ~ ' ?, ? ' : I The following completes- our summary of in'tclli-i genceby the /MJbrfrWYmaii:— ? ?-? ?? .!?-.??!( Tun 1'kekpb Pbike Cattle-Show.— The XoiUUuri oontmnR the - following :-^*' The Uui vernal Priee ; Cattle and Agricultural Show, for 1856, which will opiMi on the 23rd inst, at the Exhibition Palace, will be the rijost complete, 4x-Ui 'sis regards animals, sSri cultural productions, and implements of husbandry^ that has ever been presented to the attention V-f the public ana to the -study of Agriculturists. ? AU*be declarations frotri foreign countries have ootJyet reached tlie minister of agriculture; hut, ltbtWithi tfanflingV die Inscriptions nlready amount for the bovine race to 1,814 bulls Aud cows. In the above uumiter. France stands^or *8B head; England, 182; Scotland, 174; Irclnn.l, 54; Austria, 100; 8wit- terlnnd, 184'; Iklgimn. £&- aniV Holland, 35 1 Oeb' ?nark. Saxony, Bavaria. Wurtemberg, the gr*n-I Inchies of Baden an...

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 — 2 September 1856

LATEST INTELLIGENCE. The Boomerang, Capt. O'lteilly, brings us Sydney papers to the 27th ultimo, with some Euroj-eau news to the 22nd of May, only two days later than that by the last mail. News from England, however, to the 10th of June is said to have been brought by the ship, Ma rion, arrived at Port Phillip from the Mau ritius, but the master of that vessel refused to ' furnish any papers unless he was liberated from quarantine. The news is stated to be of au important nature, and relates to the PROBABILITIES OF A WAR WITH AMERICA. The captain writes to his agents : — ' Do what you like with this letter. Lay it before the Chamber of Commerce, publish it in the Herald: in fact, do what you please with it, but get the ship liberated as soon as possible ; then, and not till then, will I give up my late news, which, as I have alluded to before, is of very great importance.' The Argm of Friday last published the following as the result of their efforts to obtain the intelligence from...

Publication Title: North Australian, Ipswich And General Advertiser, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 2 September 1856

^iil^ — ? — I— ??? I— — ? l&c -'0Imm0.b -»_? --?? OK SALE: : '. 1000 bags of Liverpool *?-» 100 bags Dairy Salt 600 ljundlos Hoop Iron, lin^ Itn^liin., Hurdle andHorjp Shoe Nails Hone Shoes ? Camp Ovens ana Pots Hardware Crockery t , Saddlery Hosiery Blankets . .: ,. Jamsand Jellies Bottled Fruits - ?' ^negar, in botfle and wobd ?Cheese Salmon, Lobsters, Sardines StaK&ana* Blue , ,; FmitJBirtoy' ,*- Picklos*iia Mjojtftrd J Woolpaclu']fc$fng Twine , Boots and Shosfl.. , Slippers : -,- .,,, s ,. , ? ? BUm - ?- -? ?.... ft- : ' V.' -'' ? ? . ? -' '' '? Ms andPofter, pints and quarts Taylor^ Siont, In bhds: : Cider, 1 and 8 dozen cases Sherry, in wood Salmon, In tierces . Herrings Carbonate Soda Blue Vitriol Tumbler* Truss Hoops, &c, Sec BUNDLE, DANGAB, tc SICHABDB. North Brisbane, July 24, 1836. Supreme Conrt, Mbw South Wales. In the Intestate Estate of John Mappteback, of LHrie Ipswich, Carrier. rpo be Sold by Public Auction, on WEDNESDAY, A the 3rd of SEPTEMBE...

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 — 2 September 1856

C0MMERCIAI. REPORT. Considering the time of the year trade is tolerably brisk. Of course, the. drynes* of the seafion is 'n great -drawback, but apart from tliu there w little cause foi- grumbling. The lambing is turning nut verv bud. and (Trent, Iosrcs Uftvfe already hBen wistHiupd. The j.otfl.in other descripHoils oT (stock ha* hIsu bcttu cxteuijv*-. Fat bullocks arc in great demand. . The following' product: has been received and forwarded for shipment giucunur lost report : — From Messrs. W.1 tjray ft Oji.'s Kt«ru8 — 1' bales fikins, T under C; 37 bales wjmiI, Dorsev; 15 ImndlL-p skins. 3 caskH tallow, HiD; 20 b»lus wool, BB; 22 bales skins. 3 casks tallow, 1 hale skins, Wi'iJ ; Siiftles wool, Oxli; Jl bnles wool, 4 Lilies, 2 imndloK skins, Royda. From Mussrs, Borland's stores— 11 Dales wool. PKPL; 0 bubilles s&iiiB. Campbell. ? . Mr- , Whitulioiisu, the ninitlonucr, is tuilfliiig a BpflcioUR nnd siilifitmilial stui-.: iu. Bell Street, ^liieli Will flhortly lie coinjilut...

Publication Title: North Australian, Ipswich And General Advertiser, The
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TITLE DEEDS READY FOR DELIVERY. Surveyor-General's Office. Sydney, 23rd July, 1856. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 2 September 1856

TITLE DEEDS READY FOR DELIVERY. Surveyor-General's Office.   Sydney. 23rd July, 1856.   The deeds specified in this list, which have been fast transferred from the Treasury, being ready for delivery on payment of the authorised fee (authori-   s must bear the signature of the grantee, attested   by a magistrate), to the grantees or their agents duly authorised, it is requested that early applica- tion may be made for them at this office. GEO. BARNEY. Surveyor-General. Ipswich. Sarah Connolly, 32p.; James Cook, 2r. ; Michael Christy, 2r. ; JamcsCharllie, 3r. 24p. ; Owen Connor, 8r. 30p. ; Donald Campbell, 82p. ; Benjamin Cribb, 32p.; R. K. Dix, 32p.; W. T. Deacon, 82p.-, P. Dwycr, 32p. ; John Davidson, 32p. ; Jas. England, 2r.; Thomas Edwards, 3r. 26p. ; F, A. Forbes, 32p.; Thomas Fitzpatrick, 2r.; Catherine Ford, 2r.; Bates Fitz Henry, 32p., 32p., It. 24p,: William Falby, 82p. ; Mary Alone, 82p. ; Henry Alone, 82p.; Daniel Alone, 3...

Publication Title: North Australian, Ipswich And General Advertiser, The
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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 2 September 1856

BIRTHS. At her residence. Seven Mile Creek, on the 13th ultimo, the wife, of Mr. James Hoar, of a daughter. On the 25 th 'August, at her residence, Drayton, Mrs. T. Dc Lacy Moffatt, of a son. DEATH. At Ipswich, on the . 29th Augnst, Louisa, the beloved wife of Mr. S. Southerden, storekeeper. .

Publication Title: North Australian, Ipswich And General Advertiser, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 2 September 1856

STEAMER FOE BRISBANE. jg^a.''''^™ Steadier BfcEADALBANE, «BJ^*sf Captain Murphy, wiU now run regu Wmnfr' !*«F torn Jfcswlch to Brisbane, every SS33cS3W altepiate day, until further notice. ?'?'? ^r*^Ur!T^a^lF Canton * Co/ F0BgAO5, ^?MM^R 250 RAMS, most of them half ' ^^^BI^B^ bred Germans; remainder of the ffHHW most approved greeds, in the -P^^^HT ??? Northern DSstri6t. They^^hay -3§§gBS9HPS£-l& inspected *t GrantUam, with the Wool on, up to 5th October. *'. ? -rIi ., Wf LLIAM BL -DOHSEt. Grantham, August 28th, 1856. . ' , ' ' FOR SALE, ^M-MflflT soo° MAIDEN EWES, deliver HnQEm^WV - -ble after the first of January 1HHV next; JWPWWTy Aho, «0 BAMS, bred by Mr. *Sli|8ggaS8fc Bracker, superior ; lZOftAMS, young, tired from Mr. Bracker's Earns, and the Felton TEwes. r Deliverable after the 1st January next. - To intending purchasers a future advertisement will appear »s to whether will bo shown. ? For particulars, apply to ALFRED SANDEMAN, Esq.:, ' - Fclton, Darling Downs. — ? '...

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IRELAND. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 2 September 1856

IRELAND. It appears from a return issued by the Irish En cumbered Estates' Court, that the number of con veyances executed by. the commissioners to the late John Sadlcir amounted to 20. Minutes of the court are appended, Showing the applications -made by Sadlcir for an extension of the tune to lodge the purchase-money of the estate of the Earl of Glen gal) (£67,970), and it hence appears that an appli cation on behalf of Siidleir for provisional credit was refused on the 9th of March, with costs, Sadlcir having been ordered to lodge £2200 by the following Monday. The proposed appeal by writ of error od the part of Dunne, convicted at the Cayan Special Commis sion for inciting others to the murder of Miss Hinds, will not be proceeded with, the Attorney-General having refused to give his fiat. The objection which was to have been relied on was that one of the jurors' having been witluirawn on account of illness, after tbe prisoner had exercised his right of challenge, another was swor...

Publication Title: North Australian, Ipswich And General Advertiser, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 9 September 1856

: tm iTOtoTH AUSTRALIAN. is published every Tuesday morning, and forwarded tfecounJgE tubwibers by that iay's mail. \ ,.- ? . ' ''Tkbus: . j-er quarter, in advance ..... 6s. 6a, -Per quarter, ertdit t ..*,.;...' 7s. 6d. . Single- number, sixpence. The Quarters will tenmi natc on the 31st. March, , ^Oth June, 30th Septem ber, and Spa December, at which periods only can rcBignation be received. J^o orders for withdrawal will be .attended to unless ^fiven in writing. New subscribers will be charged from tlie date of com mencing tUuir subscription, . Advertisements will be «hargot( at the rate of ??--?'-- ' ? : . .a. d.' , :?'?? Two linos ? 1. 0, ? ? ,-fcwr.!-,, ? 8 0 .-flix. „ ? ».«.-?;?.«...?.-.??... ??»-'6 r Eight.. ? ;.v..-.;v..,.. 8 0 Cvery additional inch .....;;.-. 10 Tlie nrtriiber of insertions must be written on each .advertlsiiincnt, or they will Be continued until coun tirmttlidod, and charged aocotdingly! . 'AH Orders and Coniiuunications to' be sent to the Borirob, or to M...

Publication Title: North Australian, Ipswich And General Advertiser, The
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PUNCH. THE RED TAPIR. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 9 September 1856

PUNCH. THE BED TAPIR. This curions animal is so palled, we belisve, from itt peculiar colour. It is of a dingy dirty vermilion, as though. its existenpe were bound up in red tape. It is only to be met with in certain districts. Its favourite haunt Is Downing Street. It lores to eusconse itself in some snug Government berth, where it will lie quite torpid for years. For instance, there is seareely an office at the Admiralty, or the War Office, or Somerset Bouse, without its red tapir. When once it has introduced itself into a good situation, it is almost impossible to get it out again. Administrative reformers have tried re peatedly, and failed most ridiculously. Nothing but a trap, baited with a good fiat pension, wiU tempt it to abandon its loorativ* poet. The habits of the ndtepir ar» sk-» and sluggUh to a most exasperating degree-. It will go en it* own way, and at its own pace. There is no driving, nor leading, nor coaxing it. Attempt to mow it, and -i only stands still. Try to ...

Publication Title: North Australian, Ipswich And General Advertiser, The
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GLEANINGS. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 9 September 1856

GLEANINGS. A Tavxu Jcdgx's Cjumc to thb Jinrr.^-Ths following 'is a genuine article.' which reaches us from New Philadelphia, Ohio:— 'A cloud of wit nesses.' savs our correspondent, ' assure me of its entire authenticity/' It is the, v charge '. of a jus tice of the peace, of that ilk, to a jury tn%n action of replevin, brought for the recoVerjr of .el Ktluai-boat. 'Gentlemen of the Jury— This is an apitph' bf re rJeTin, brought by Peter Smith against' William Jones, for the purpose of obtaining the canal-boat Ocean Wave, .No. i, levied .on by skid Jones. I shall first charge you as to the rule of construing evidence mmefy— if you have roasoij Xo believe that any one witness in this case has wilfully, ma liciously, deliberately, and contrary to thn pence and dignity of this State of Ohio, sworn to that which is false in any single instance, you are bound to be lieve that he has Hed throughout.' Mr. Brbwo, for the plaintiff, inqnirod, 'IVfaat if be be corroborated?' Tlie Court, with ...

Publication Title: North Australian, Ipswich And General Advertiser, The
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BRITISH EXTRACTS. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 9 September 1856

BRITISH EXTRACTS. Emigration to Aostuaua. — We are enabled to announce that the Commissioners have abolished the regulations by which emigrants were required to contribute sums varying from £10 to £12 for cn'ch head of a family, and also by adult males and females after arrival in New South Walos. Tho commis sioners bare now adopted one uniform Rcale -of. pay ment from emigrants for either of the colonies of New South Wales, Victoria, and South Australia. The payments now required being — For married agricultural labourers, shepherds, and herdsmen, also married journeymen mechanics and artisans, such as masons, bricklayers, blacksmiths, wheel wriglita, sawyers, carpenters, &&, under 45 years of age. £1; if 45, and under 50 years. of age, £6'; if 50. and under 60 years of age, £11; single men, notexr oecding 40 years of ago, £1 ; single women, not ex ceeding 35 years' of age,. 10s. No payments are required for -wives, or for Children under 11 years of age accompanying...

Publication Title: North Australian, Ipswich And General Advertiser, The
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CHILI. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 9 September 1856

CHILL Prom El Mcrcurio of April 80th, we gather that, the damages suffered by agriculture during the March storm have been greatly exaggerated. The advices received from the most productive nravinem place the matter in its true light and they have been confirmed officially. The Araetino, a Government organ, traces the line of conduct which Government should adopt even if a scarcity were threatened, and it is highly satisfactory to find the security that no obstacle or restriction would affect the moot perfect commercial liberty. Notwithstanding it is asserted that for the present the most necessary articles of consumption maintain high prices. The Mereurio states that ' the losses we have sus tained on account of the anticipation of the rainy season, will perhaps be amply compensated by the introduction of machinery and other agricultural im provements — the want of which, noticed by the Press, needed -its confirmation by facts to be generally ac knowledged. Wo are informed that oid...

Publication Title: North Australian, Ipswich And General Advertiser, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 9 September 1856

To Advertisers. WE have respectfully to intimate, that orders for the withdrawal of advertisements, cannot be attended to unless they are sent to this Office on the Saturday Evening previous to publication.

Publication Title: North Australian, Ipswich And General Advertiser, The
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FOREIGN NEWS. MEXICO. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 9 September 1856

FOREIGN NEWS. MEXICO. Via San IVancisco, we have received files of the Mexican Extraordinary, a paper in the English lan guage, recently started in the city of Mexico, to the 16th of May. From it we extract the following items of news : — Resignation or Genebal Alvarez. The resignation of the President of the Republic has come upon us in a sudden and unexpected man ner. General Alvarez has not only resigned his ex alted position as the head of the nation, but also his commission as General of Division in the army. The motives for this Btep, as given in bis letter of resignation to Congress, are his advanced age, bodily infirmities, and an imperative necessity to attend to his private affairs. Rumour adds other reason -of a political nature which we need not assign, 'because they may not be true, and because they are con tradictory of each other. But all believe that there were, private reasons which may hereafter be made public by him. As General Alvarez nominated General Comonfort ...

Publication Title: North Australian, Ipswich And General Advertiser, The
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THE NORTH AUSTRALIAN. IPSWICH, TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 9, 1856. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 9 September 1856

THE NORTH AUSTRALIAN. IPSWICH. TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER ?. 1856. We are not among those who consider - that the country has any reason to regret the Ml of the Doxaxdsost Ministry, whose fete, it is to be hoped, will operate as a warning to other political aspirants seeking to perpetuate, under responsible government, abuses and nuisances which the. colonists have protested against for nearly half a century. The public is disap pointed at fiuding, after all the specious pro mises of the late Ministers at the hustings, that their measures for the amelioration of the social and political condition of the colony are mere 'shams ;' that in reality they had uo denned, line of policy respecting domestic legislation, or, if they bad, they tocik very good care not to explain it with the candour that was reasonably expected from them as representatives of the people. ' The real ministerial difficulty was not what they actually did, but what they foiled to do. They promised reform, but they had^ ika...

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THE DUFFY QUALIFICATION FUND. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 9 September 1856

THE DUFFT QUALIFICATION FUND. On Wednesday, August 20, the central committee of this fund assembled in Hockiti's Hotel, Elizabeth Street, Melbourne, for the purpose of preventing to C. Gavan Duffy, Esq., the testimonial collected throughout tho Australian colonies to qualify him for a seat in the Victorian Legislature. John. O'Shanas'sy, Esq., M.L.C., was in the chair. A large number of Mr. Duffy's friends and admirers were present at die dinner provided on the occasion by Mr. Hockin. The greatest harmony prevailed daring the evening, and all the npeakcrs were listened to with, the greatest attention. It was announced that the fund amounted to £6100, and that with a moiety of it (£2000) the committee had purchased s. residence and grounds at Hawthorne, within a short distance of the new Par liament House, in Melbourne, the title deeds of whicli were presented to Mr. Duffy. His health paving been proposed, ' Mr. Duffr, in reply, said : — Tour generous gift, gentlemen, has, I believe,...

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