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EUROPEAN NEWS. LOSS OF THE "SCHOMBERG," MAIL PACKET. NEWS TO THE 6TH OCTOBER. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 15 January 1856

EUROPEAN NEWS. LOSS OF THE "SCHOMBERG," MAIL PACKET NEWS TO THE 6th OCTOBER. The Melbourne Argus of the 28th ultimo, reports the following particulars respecting the loss of the Schomberg: -     ? tu. .Oaten. *t2*mBr. under the command of Cant Doran, arrived in tlie bay at an early h mr thi m^mla?, with ths report that this new clipper ihi, Shvmbtrg «» ashorj s-mi forty mile? wist of Coin; Otwav. -lights mi si^n*!* vf&yt***3 w«r-js#en by C*tDjaio Doran at tms- o clout onTlr.ireday morning, ani nn btarinj down^w-fijup^tlid ^Ao^^^k1k-w a« manttoned. From That -»« «in gather amo.igsi *H '. confusion, it would appear tliat the ship, when «T th* Otway on Ay^lnjsi^y nirfUt.^iid&^l.atay.-'. and Itilin ? ta attempting *b wear, got ashore, .Th. whole *-t the p«*engerii .-were taken- on board th. Qtuen imi conveyed tOtth^Bobitui,? Bay Hallway pier, where a special ttaift^was,pnt pri.bfths Gqiii miy. and proesedid to.fown. , The .surgeon of, the ship h...

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 — 29 January 1856

'- TEEMg. p *Th.o N«WH AtrsrBAi.|AK is published every Tues day tnorning, and forwarded to country subscriber^ by tl)at dayrs mail. ? Per quarter, in advance .... 6s. Cd. P«r quarter, credit ? 7s- *-d. Single number, sixpence. The Quarters will terniir nate on the 31st ^larch, 90th June, 3Cth Septem ber, a,nd S^st December, at which periods only can, resignation be received. No orders for withdrawal will l'e etten^ed to' unless given in writing. New subscribers will be charged from the da^e of com ineneing their subscription. Advertisements, wijl be charged at the rate of S. d. Two lines ? 1 0 Four „ ...... ? ? 2 0 gix „ ..«..:...;.::.:,.... 2 c? pight,, ...:..... ? s q Every auditional inch , . ...... 1 0 The number of insertions must be written on eaclj ndvertisenjent, or they w{U be continued until Opun terma'ndod, and charged accordingly. AJ1 Orders an4 Pomnjunicationa to be sent to U^e Bn]T0B, or to Messrs. f£. J. an4 A. C- BaA, Pre^ prjotorg, T^oktu AuSTBAUAK Qffice, East Stre...

Publication Title: North Australian, Ipswich And General Advertiser, The
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PUNCH. A CADD FROM THE PUBLICANS. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 29 January 1856

PUNCH, A, 0A.W- FBQM THE PUBLICANS. Wanted, forthwith a judicious unraveller Of the horrible mystery. What is a Traveller ? It's proper to state, that the point to explain The magistrates all have attempted in' vain. According to. one, ^e who travels on one day Don't travel at all if he travels on Sunday ;; And therefore pn Sunday, wherever yOiU roam. Unless yo^Va -w- b,'sine^a, yoft're stopping at home. The publicans feel it a. difficult te^k To learn wha.t ib,e law ddii*t a^low them to ask, For the Judge has decided, they m,us.tn,'t be caviller^ With any who enter theur houses, as tr^yellers ; For these every innkeeper^ bound to supply Withput asking questions, although, by the bye. The law with ita penalties h&.6 him agftin, Unless, he can WQYe wha.t be can't ascertain. The publican, therefore, is free to confess As ho mustn't fini «ut and h.e don't li^e to, g«es,s. He's prepared, to. reward the judicious unraveller Of the horrible mystery, What is a Traveller ? Coming it...

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

MISCELLANEOUS. The Doa Nuisance. — No, I don't like dogs ; I always expect them to go mad. A lady asked me once for a motto for her dog Spot. I proposed, ?''Out ? Snot '.'but she diduot think it sentimental enough.- You remember the story of the French Marquise, who, when her pet lap-dog bit a piece out of her footman's leg remarked,, 'Ah, poor little beasts I. hope it won't make him sick.'— Rev. Sydney Smith.' A Very Important Little Word. — Mrs. Jones being at an auction sale, bought a door-plate with the name of Robinson upon it., On being asked by her husband her reason for tbe purchase, she an sweredv ' Ifyva should happen to die, and if I should happen to Hiarrv a man. named Robinson, think, how bandy it would be. — American Paper.. The Fabmeb'b BAKK.^fhe following is a good description of this model institution : Vault— Mother W,r, tli.. Exchanges — The transplantmg of the nursery and garden. Pepostts — Happiness, sobriety, and manly independence. Assets--SinUing fields, wavi...

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

EXTRACTS, Tub Soils fob Vjses.— The vjne is veiy accom modating in respect to the soil_ provided for it, ripcnjng its (nut in, almost any kind of soil stirred to ihe depth of two feet, thoroughly drained, and in a climate similar to any part of Australia, where trees are found to grow, anA where they are or haye been. Plant your vines, as a matter of course, if possible, on the sunny and sheltered side of a hill sheltered by higher hills. In planting vines be very particular about getting the earliest ripening kinds, as they will be found to contain, more sacha rinc matter, the ingredient that makes good, wipe and raisins, not that they are different from, late kinds, but that by having a few weeks more of. the summer sun more of the tartar in tUe fruit is iwxnh formed into sugar. We see no reason why every cottager having a few roods, of ground. Could not have bis vineyard a,ud his wine, and a(so sit voder his own fig and olivo trees, to ponder ftver h.is deeds in foreign lands, to...

Publication Title: North Australian, Ipswich And General Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE NORTH AUSTRALIAN. IPSWICH, TUESDAY, JANUARY 29, 1856. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 29 January 1856

THE NOETH AUSTRALIAN. IPSWICH, TUESDAY, JANUARY 29, 185G. We often hear the present extent of reading reproached as superficial ; and no doubt there ie some reason for it; the mass of modern literature is said to be essentially ephemeral. asking no exercise of thought. We believe this may be accounted for in thib colony by the feet that nearly all the inhabitants avo eo immersed iu money-grubbing pursuits that they will not spare the time to read books on scientific subjects, although there are numerous treatises written in a popular style to be had at tie libraries in this district. How often do you find, even among apparently well-read men, tliat they have scarcely any acquaintance with the natural history of the countiy, and less acquaintance with its laws, and tlie various plans for the improvement of the moral, social, and political condition of their adopted country. A change is about to take place which will render it indispensable fur the people to pay greater attention to t...

Publication Title: North Australian, Ipswich And General Advertiser, The
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THE NEW GOVERNOR GENERAL OF THE WINDWARD ISLANDS. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 29 January 1856

THK NEW GOVERNOR GENERAL OF THE WINDWARD ISLANDS. (From tlie Itlmtrated London Newt, October 6.) Mr. Hincks, the newly-appointed Governor General of the Windward Islands, is the fifth and youngest, son of the Rev. Dr. Hincks, for many vears Professor of Oriental Languages in the Royal Belfast Institution, His surviving brothers are-^fl-Bt, the Rev. Dr, Hiuoks. Ueotor of KUlylwagh the well-knowm au thor of papers In tho Transactions of the Royal Irish Academy on subjects connected with Egyptian, Persian, aud Assyrian Archseology; second, the Rev, W. liiucks. formerly Professor of Natural His tory-in Queen's College, Toronto; third, the Bcv, Thomas ltincks. Rector of Perry Keghan, in tho diooeso .of Connor. Mr. Hi neks' father is of a Cheshire family — a younger branch of which is now settled at Brekonborough, in Yorkshire, as stated in Burko'fl '' Landed Gentry.' Both are descended from W, Iilucks, Esq., an Alderman of the city of Chester in UMl. 'The subject of tills notice was educ...

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

LATEST NEWS. TitK Bmmcrang arrived nt Brisbane on Satur day 'afternoon, having left Sydney on the 22nd instant. There hod been nn later arrival frotn t'liirope. The papers contaiu copious details of the intelligence furnished by the arrival of the last vessel from England to Melbourne, with dates to the 28lh of Octolwr. We sub join the following an the most interesting items of news we can find :— ? ?? - The London Correspondent of the Argm, under date ^Ocbslwr 20, observes— *' The death uf Sir Willis, a 'Utidwwprdt, «fter «odi a brief tenure of tfcr Colonial Office, will probably surprise people 'v Australia more than it $im done ourselves. Sir Willinpj, Wee a conscientious man, attended Cabinet Councils to die last,' but visibly dedined until his; final dissolution. He mi very ricli, end loaves no heirs dirertin the way -foon or dangljter. Aclergy man succeeds to the titled. Not a whisper has trans pired as to Iiis successor. Some think Lord ElginV and even Lord Dalliousie, if her...

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

RUSSIA. A Iftitor from St. Petersburgh says that the Emperor Alexander, in l(i« recent visit to Moscow, not only went with all the imperial family to the bolv ulaces, temples, catacombs, and chattels, kissing the relics of the saints, and prostrating him-: self before the alters, but, in order to fortify the courage of his army, determined on carrying to it a relic of St. Serguis, consisting of a painted image of tbe saint from one of the sides of hU ooffin, which is supposed to be of great sanctity and vjjtue, and which figured in the wars of the Czars Michael Poodorovitch and Peter I., and that of Moscow in 1812. On giving up the image to die Czar, a grand religious ceremony took place, and the Metropolitan in the course of it made the fallowing solemn appeal to the sfthit;— 'Saint Serguis! — Thou gavest thy blessing to Prince Oimitri, to the Czars Michael, Peter, and Alexander I, Look down favourably on the Czar Alexander Nioolaiewitch, who comei to demand from thee thy holy imag...

Publication Title: North Australian, Ipswich And General Advertiser, The
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POSITION OF THE ALLIES AND THE RUSSIANS IN THE CRIMEA. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 29 January 1856

POSITION OF THE ALLIES AND THE RUSSIANS IN THE ORISIEA. The allied troops despatched to Kupatoria have, received fjeBh reinforcements. ? Numerous Uussian waggons appeared, at the latest dates, to have begun the evacuation of tho.jiortbern forts of Sebastopol. The Allies, on the other hand, continued the clcarande -of the city and the eunsti'uc tion of new batteries. AVe read in the Courier de Marseille* of , tlie. 24th October : — 'The greater part of the military coires-! pnndents agree in regarding the position of- the Russians! on the Russians on the north side of Scbastopol us quite untenable. The forces en camped on the plains of the Bullioc appear to be in an c.qu lly unfavourable situation. It was' ex pected that Prince Goi-tschaknif would order them to retreat and concentrate round Siinnhcropol. The firing between the north and the south si,i-lc-} of the jtovm, which was becomuig weaker every p^y, was, resumed on the 13th with some int6nsityr.i';|wii ffyv morning of that day...

Publication Title: North Australian, Ipswich And General Advertiser, The
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THE ALLIES IN SEBASTOPOL. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 29 January 1856

THK ALLIES IN SEBASTOPOL; (From the Journal det Debate.) . Sbih&toiw., SurTminEB 3Q.---I mentioned to you hn my last letter that trains had haun laid to blow tip tho arsenal and a considerable portion of fiubas tonol. Kvervthing was ready, and nothing was* wanting but the signal to begin, when a telegraphic Despatch' arrived conveying the order to suspend the' work of destruction till such time -u- the tele-' graph should transmit the command to that effect. There is quite time enough for tho execution of such an order, and for the present the buildings about to be - destroyed will be useful to the allied armies. The city still presents an aspect of desola tion and solitude that appals the vieitor, Tlie firing is not very brisk between the north and south sides of tbe town. The B,U8ria»8 scarcely fire 120 gnus in 2i hours, and do us but little injury. There are in tho town only a few artillerymen, necessary to work the guns, and the guard pickets. Amclan- choly accident bos ...

Publication Title: North Australian, Ipswich And General Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
ALLEGED MISUNDERSTANDING BETWEEN ENGLAND AND THE UNITED STATES. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 29 January 1856

it'LEGEp MISUSDEHSWlNDJI^, B^pEEN 'EKatAND AND THE UNITES STAGES/ /Some misunderstanding appears to have arisen between England and the United Suites. T\m Hants Telegraph, of October 20th, says—' The Powerful, 84, Captain ilassey, is ordered to Jamaica ; and the Cornwallis, 00, Captain Wellesley: Pembroke, 60, Captain Seymour, (screws) ; and Rosamond, 6, paddle, Commander Croftou, to go to Bermuda,. It in rumoured that this movement is in consequence of the American Government having replied to some communication made to them by the British Govern ment on the subject of Cuba in a tone insulting to this country in the highest possible degree. Tho American Government bids the English Government to beware what they. are about; tells them that England has its bawls fall already, and that in defi ance of England's interference -with them, they will do what they please as to Cuba. The Powerful goes first to Lisbon before steering for Jamaica. The Powerful takes supernumeraries for the Nep...

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

THK WAR, Fboh the Melbourne papers latest to hand we obtain the following additional particular*! of the European news brought by the Monica, and extending tu tUo mil of October. THE CRIMEA. TtlB WBTISB CAMP AND WOBKS, The correopoiidcnt of the Daily News writes under date ' Camp before Scbastopol, October 2,' as. foj. lows: — 'The process in which both ourselves and the French have been engaged of stripping our resppot ive parts of the town of nearly every piooo of timber that can furnish material for huts, stabling, or fire wood, still goes on ; and if the present activity with which it is beiug executed continues for another week, there will hardly be a square yaid of roofing or flooring fn SebastopoL From suuriso to dusk every variety of transport ageuey, from six-horse waggons to human shoulders, may bo met, throng ing, with th«ir wooden burdens, op from the town ; whilst within the latter itself tbe ' wreckers' are at work wherever au available team or plunk is to be seen. Sma...

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

ADDITIONAL EUROPEAN NEWS. The foUovine is extracted from a third edition of the Liverpool Northern Times, of the 27th October : — Paris, Thursday Evening. According to a letter from Berlin, England has in timated to Denmark, that in the event of any Ameri can vessel refusing In the spring to pay the Sound dues, and succeeding in the attempt, she will demand that her vessels shall be exempted from all future payment of the dues. France, on her part, is stated to have intimated that from the want of sympathy for the cause of the Allies, manifested by Denmark, she cannot take her defence against the United States. Strahan, Paul, and Bates, convicted at the Central Criminal Court, in London, on the 27th October, of having illegally disposed of securities to a large amount, which had been entrusted to them as bankers for safe custody, have been sentenced to 14 years transportation. As regards tiie London October wool sales, the correspondent of the Argus writes on the 26th of tbe month, ...

Publication Title: North Australian, Ipswich And General Advertiser, The
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ORIGINAL POETRY. PROGRESS. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 29 January 1856

ORIGINAL POETBY. ' PfiO&EESS. In thii busy township, of ours,. Improvement's die standard of all; On, onwards; the march. o£«»iir. struggle Advancing fn rank to our coll ; The world all around is. commotion. Up.hill, and: down dale, as we go, So-spur in the race now before us, And joyfully' banish all woe. Ambition— the glory of progress, WUbiCoarage and prudence in hand1,. On progress— the path we are treading,. In confidence join her true band ;. Eight onward*, now deck up. thy talents, On, onwards- tile watchword of Time, Though, the world is a hive of commotion, True industry ever will shine; Emulatipu is life's worldly battle, Lot us valiantly fight through ite roar, Competing; adversity's clamour, Till our journey of life is no more I We have manfully struggled for freedom. Our victory's clearer in view. We've stood to our guns without flinching. Our cause is-bothlionest and true i ' Separation: t''— the cry uiwecsal, Undaunted'' we'll strive ill the cause, I Advarfcu,...

Publication Title: North Australian, Ipswich And General Advertiser, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 29 January 1856

£5 REWARD. STOLEN OR STRAYED from between tlie Bros Normandy and Peak Mountain, a BROWN MABE, with etar in forehead, seven years old, branded off neck i-» , near shoulder HL, W GG reversed un derneath, off shoulder J; supposed to have a young Foal at her foot Also, by the same Marc, a BAY COLT, seventeen months old, with a blaze down the face, near hind foot and fetlock white, branded W off shoulder. Any one returning the same to Mr. G. THORN, Ipswich, or his Head Station, Normandy, will receive £Z sounds reward ; £6 on conviction of the party, if stolen* JOHN WILLIAMS. 15th January, 185(5. FUND, a sum of Money, in Ipswich ; the owner «au have the same by giving a proper descrip tion, and paying for this advertisement. Apply to THOMAS BURNS, Little Ipswich. STRONG LAD Wanted at the ' ALMA HOUSE.' DRAY Wanted, sound and light. HENRY nOCKINGB. irrANTHD mi Experienced,' SHEEP OVEE YT SEER. : Apply to ? Messrs. PAN TON & Go., Iiwwicii. WANTED to lease a FARM, a few miles from To...

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THE WRECK OF THE REINDEER ON AN UNKNOWN REEF. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 29 January 1856

*0fo WBECK OF THE REINDEER ON AN (From the Sydney Uorii^g jferald, Jmutirt/ 12.) , pftptain iMw«ra StorevtiRs favoured tig with the iollntving particulars of flic Inns oftlili? fine ship :— -. Jt hsport the loss of the ship Iteiiiaoer, tin a reef in lO-fiOTtmitii, Jonirlttifle 155-54 iwstsiii tnlfldiirlit. on the SOW Bcjitpjmwr. IMie t»c-BiHori »f «te ship at noon buiiiR in Ifttilmje 12 6 south, longitude 156-j €0'/ 80' east'; «ohr»e pteered, N;W...1iy=N. by enra uass, variation $ £3 east. At 6 p.m., inndcrate bit««e ftinlhaEy; at 11 80 p.m., tile look-out on the fttrecAfitlo reported breakers on tRejlee how; the helm was Immediately puth-ird-a-pr-rtV ship brought to the winrl On the starboard tflck; in all Shinnnils, found that she would not fresher it; tacked Bhin; wliijst in StaysVho vessel struck and jtald broad off; ? before she coul. .gather Way, the current set her right info Ihe rollurMand Lard on to the roef, when ?be struck witb a trcmcndouB crash, and imme diately filled ...

Publication Title: North Australian, Ipswich And General Advertiser, The
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EDITORIAL DIFFICULTIES AND PRIVILEGES. BY ONE OF TE CRAFT IN AMERICA. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 29 January 1856

EDITORIAL* DIFFICULTIES AND PRIVI LEGES. BT OSB OF THE CRAFT IS AMERICA. Tlie popular idea of an editor !b a miserable man, perpetually tormented with tlio task of finding mate rial to 'nil up' a newspaper — a bottomless abyss that is as incapable of overflowing as the cup of lian piness. Out ot this yawning gulf there is supposed to issue periodically a devil. Day and night this in satiable fiend is said to haunt ldm, and scream in fab cars for 'Copy, more copy!' It is no such thing. There is no such man. There is no abvss and no devil. It is humbug every word of it. The lost ap prehension that ever nits through the brain of an editor, jend there are a great many, is the apprchen sion th*at ' there willao^ be enough to fill up.' Not enough to fill up! Does not. Congress sit nine months ftf the year? Dp they not spend titree fourths of the time in making long speechesiof not the slightest interest to anybody in the world? No body listens to them when they ire made. Nobody reads them...

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 — 29 January 1856

WmL lNEl-0HESfICr .. LEtnaiiAHDT DiMCBiat.— JS^-October last, wliilo j party of geutlemensvew. out upon.an explqriiig ex ciu-sion in quest of a jiuw country, they saw thwic horses ami otm iiiiila.. I'lip animals wiiru very wild. bat. the party were enabled _to get sufficiently near to identify them as. a portion of the stock which compoBi-d Dr. Luialiliardt's last expedition. TJie I pines wJitsru they weifj discoverod was about thirty j miles uprih-west oJ'JKr.Oounor'e, the furthest station I to tim liiirth in New South Wales.— Sydnvy Morning UtruM, 15th January. ! The Lost Mail.— Great mixiety prevailed among tho merchant* aud othur persons engagud in business yesterday week, in- consequence of the uon-arriviil of i\u\ niail; aud it was not until tho following Jii'injiug that any intelligence was rjjeeived by the Portu'ia.fter rcspuetmtf ft. It appears that William Thompson,, the pnstmtm, started from Brisbane at the usual. hour with throe nmil4-ngs, containing the Svdn«-y letters,...

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

LAUD SALE. Pursuant to notice, the following lots of land wore offered for sale at the Police Office, on Tuesday, the 22nd instant. There was a thin attendance of pur chasers, and only one or two lots were sold above the upset price. The subjoined is a tabular report of the sale : — Lor a. b. p. Town. PiiBcnxsEn. Realised. 1 | 1 0 0 | Gatton | 11. Gill | 51 0 0 CocNTar Lots. 2 133 0 0 Cliuwar No offer 3 127 0 0 ditto W. Craies 127 0 0 4 129 0 0 do. No offer 5 180 0 0 do. do. 6 133 0 0 do. do. 7 134 0 0 do. do. 8 182 0 0 do. do. 9 104 0 0 do. do 10 144 0 0 do. do. 11 121 0 0 do. do. 12 138 0 0 do. Hn. 13 200 0 0 do. R. J. Smith 200 0 fl 14 170 0 0 do. No offer I 16 139 € 0 do. ditto ' !-.-' 16 100 0 0 do. do. 17 90 0 0 do. do. ; 18 121 0 0 do. do. 19 233 0 0 do. do. ? 20 243 0 0 do. do. 21 247 0 0 do. do. 22 230 0 0 do. do. 23 244 0 0 do. do. Special Couktuy Low. 24 11 1 34 Walloon P. O'Sullivan 28 13 .6 25 10 1 20 ditto J.Cpmerford 28 11 0 26 8 0 0 do. J. Credy 20 0 0 27 8 0 0 do. J...

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