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CAPE MORETON LIGHTHOUSE. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 23 September 1856

CAPE MORETON LIGHTHOUSE. We nave been politely favoured by Messrs. Towns and Co.: widi the followingcomniuuicatiourespeatinff the n^lighthduseji-' ????:- ?-.-? t:^rJ^^ 'f , SiB,-^We bare the pletsnre to inform Ton* *bat the steamer Breadnlbane.Jefttiie'whnTfiatSfriibane ? on theiiSGtit instant «nd returned tl«e follotriqg day, having satisfactorily landed ihe lantern and ma chinery for tb\j Lighthouse onj*oint Morelon without any damage whatever. The Breadaibane made the run to, and came to an anchor it, Cowan Cowan, a distonceof 66njileSi in four boars ^nd^-h«lf, *nd die foUo»ing inorriine, by 7 o'clock, had the lantern fend ^fwfiinery landed ntider direction of the Govern - ment-Besident and -Harbour Master, assisted bythe boats' crows at the Pilot Station. Considering the difficulty of efifecUngVldndingiit Cape Moreton, with i»rfh-«aet winds prevailing, ,*ie are winch pleased at Ui$*uccesiful aocomplicbmentbf this Bervicet and we hope soon to see tho light ttnrning, ^6 guide the ...

Publication Title: North Australian, Ipswich And General Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
TASMANIA. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 23 September 1856

TASMANIA. The IT'jbarton if'.nury of the 1st instant, says :— 'Upon the arrival of the City oflfobart it was found that the nou-arrival of Sir. Chapman, and tho ab sence of any official aecupt&nca by him of th-, ciu didature for this city, would result in his election being practically impossible. His friends *nd sup porters immediately laid the case before the Execu tive — they represented that be was unaware of the issue of the writs— that his detention at Melbourne was caused by the unexpected death of a near relative —and that no possibility existed of communication with him in time for, the election. Tho government recognising the value of Mr. Chapman as a member of parliament, acceeded to the request of postpone mnut, and the nomination is accordingly delaved from the 4th to the 9th. We need hardly say that this practical recognition of Mr. Chapman's real value meets with pnrcordia! approval, as it doubtless will of the constituency at large.' The following letter from...

Publication Title: North Australian, Ipswich And General Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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GLORIOUS NEWS. SEPARATION OF MORETON BAY. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 23 September 1856

GLORIOUS NEWS. SEPABATION OF M0RETOJ* BAY. As stated in our contemporary yesterday morning, letters hare been received from the Secretary of State for the Colonies, announc ing the intention of the British GoYerumeut forthwith to' take the necessary steps for the erection of the Northern district into a sepa rate colony. We believe nothing beyond the simple faot has been communicated j but it is expected that despatches with full instruc tions on the subject will .arrive by the mail of the 5th July. Probably the truest explana tion of this hasty. step would be .found in a desire on the part of the Imperial Authorities to have the grace of yielding what they fore see will be forced from them in a short time by the force of agitation. — Empire, 16th iust. We understand that private despatches have been received by the Governor-General an nouncing the intention of her Majesty's Go vernment to detach the Moreton Bar district from the colony of New South Wales, and erect it forthwith int...

Publication Title: North Australian, Ipswich And General Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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AUSTRIA AND SARDINIA. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 23 September 1856

AUSTRIA. AK» SARDINIA. Tlio Poit't Paris correspondent writes that it is bv no means impossible that diplomatic relations will ere Wfc cease between Austria and Sardinia. . Couut'Buol has directed a circular despatch to all the representatives of Austria &t foreign courts, in which he endeavours to refute the memorandum (,f Count Cavour, and describes Sardinia as tbe focus of the revolutionary 'disturbances that agitate hn.lv The letter of the Count Is at follows :— ' 'Like the Sardinian Plenipotentiaries, .Crane Buol starts from the principle that reforms in Uair are much needed, but as to the means of thuse reforms comes to a. conclusion diametrically opposed to Sardinian policy. While the memorandum of tho 16th April seeks the causes of the state of affairs in Italy in the measures -which Austria and the Italian Sovereigns, who have called in that power to their aid, have recourse to put down revolutionary excite ment in Italy, the Austrian circular despatch con siders su...

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 — 23 September 1856

LATEST INTELLIGENCE. By the arrival of the Shamrock we have received Sydney journals to the 15th instant ; their contents are highly important. English news to the 2nd of July had been received by the Almira from Liverpool. The Golden Era, with the 20th of June mail, had also arrived. The following are the most interesting items we can fiud space for ; — AUSTRALIAN MAILS. In reply to Mr. Chambers, Mr. J. Wilson said that tenders for the Australian mails bad reached him only before lie came down to the House, apd would lie examined by him in the course of the evening. There were objections against laying them on the table, but the Government intended to accept the 1 mvest in price and the shortest j.n time, and would k slate this result to-inowon'. ':.. ''.'}? ? ????

Publication Title: North Australian, Ipswich And General Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
ENGLISH NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 23 September 1856

ENGLISH NEWS. By the arrival of fhe Lloyd'* nt Sydney from London the 2Sth May, and by arrivals at Adelaide and Melbourne with news to the 3rd nnd Cth of June, we are supplied with Knglish intelligence of the end of Mny, and beginning of June, filling up the period botween mtr previous direct arrivals and tlic Marion's news to 10th Juno. The /fam.* jVf.w* of the 2-5th M«y writes : — . 'The secret treaty between V.iigland. France, and Austria, has jjivon' jiivHt umbrage to tins court of .Russia, We hnor of a stran^-.i meeting between the Viinparnr of tins Krenoh and €-mtit Orhiff. in which tin; InttrrV no longer compl.iisttiit and plaint, jexpivxM-d himself in very pluin ti-rins upon the sinister course, which bad been tiiken in singing a {irirnte cngfigwim'tif, the ofl'ect of wliich, according to the. IlitsHian iiiturpwtntitm, wns to nullify iu a great d«:;rrce tlio obj--ctn of the ppiier.il treaty. It is Paid also tlmt tlie Rmpi-ror endeavoured to explain away his, share in the tnm...

Publication Title: North Australian, Ipswich And General Advertiser, The
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PEACE. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 23 September 1856

PEACE. Accounts from the Orimen suto that Lord Gough distributed to the generals, and other superior officers of the French and English armies, on the 6th Jane, decorations of the order of the Dath, awarded by Queen Victoria. The evacuation was going on with great activity. Balaclava was to bo completely cleared by the 15th June. ' ? Letters from the . Teuedos state that the young son of the French Consul had been assassinated by some of the inhabitants.

Publication Title: North Australian, Ipswich And General Advertiser, The
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SPIRIT OF THE PRESS. THE TRIAL OF WILLIAM PALMER. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 23 September 1856

SPIRIT OK THE PRESS, TUB TRIAL OP WLLLIAM PAUIEB. (From the Timu. Mou 28.\ . The trinl of William Viilm«r has benn -liA-n'^|)t to a close. I'he pi isiuier has been convicted, nenteheed, mid now awaite an ignominious death. The jury could not, consistently with their oaths, liave re turned a different verdict. For- twelve days the public has wntched with en gar anxiety every phase of this memorable trial. Never in lute times has a case of inunh-r roused Much universal interest; never have such pains been taken to insure perfect fairuesp in the inquiry; never have the proceedings extender to such a length. It is now six mouths since John 1'arsmis Cook expired iu agtmius at the iun ni Bugeley, and from tlmt time to this the public inter est ii.is suffered no abatement. Tlio terrible details of this case and of tin; two others in which suspicioi was raised against the prisoner, have been discussec in ever}' household of the three kingdoms, l'opnlai feeling was so excited in tlio neighbo...

Publication Title: North Australian, Ipswich And General Advertiser, The
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THE PRINCIPALITIES. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 23 September 1856

THE PRINCIPALITIES. Tlie following appears in the Pays : — Details have been received of deplorable scenes which occurred in Wallacbia. The Colonel of an Austrian Regiment of Cavalry required two hundred carriages within' an hour, and being told that it wns Impossible to procure them, lie seized upon all the conveyances he could fiud, nlinut sixty. The WallftbliiaiiR nttemptcd to defend their property, a tem hie conflict ensued, and several Wallachians were killed-. . ?

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 — 23 September 1856

LOCAL AXD DOMESTIC Irswicn Maii. B*«i Fopsik— It will be recollected by our readers that oil Monday, the ^1st ,)aini:iry JaKt, three mail bajr«, Beut by tlmt .iuuit:insr*« ymst from Brisbiinc, were lost, in conscquciire «f t!,e Icil horse, buuj-int; the mail, breaking away trVnn the mailman on wvper's riniim. Subsequently Vere- poried tlie finding of two of them. We liavrMw* much plcnsure in reporting the nnding of t!-e third I mid niost rn.liitt.blo- vir.. the we from Sy.lue'-- to' Ipswich. On Wednesiiay «rek hist, Sfr. Jahn Wil ton, a small squatter on the «!£ht-mil-- plains, within a few miles of Messrs. Slask and Jacksou's Klatioi-.. wlitn in the act of setting fire to some lone pitx--. observed tsonietbin; lyirjgr a yard 'Or i«'o train rtio upot lie win abont to ipHitc. Oa Rpproichin-r it. lie found i( to be the long-lost mnil hap, wlych had tired out n«d *xl-Bnstod the jjitience of many Veen wnre!iM'» — ctimuliited, rid noubt. by t!ie rewards tha- were oTcred. . It was lying w...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 23 September 1856

tlffi,-ihe onderelgned, rwpectfully request you TTwHl convene * PUBLIC MEETrNO for the purpose of nomins4%3fe*U*s for the Commonage, ^fl^mifibj -'^MhiHRiP'UH' the propriety ol memorialising bMRSfteiiby, respecting flie Leas iriftofIiandsini»*i&!tt*F £no. :&MmMMS§ TtioB. H. Jones. , l&.TOorn, ,-Sfm.Jtt«ntx-SiniUi, Thos. alvasBji^iit,.; ;...- *-v-_ -»*_s£3.s5vys ???? Jotrn Murpny, . ? 7 Bam Cfoffl?8* Ai i.vV Gf. A. Scott; ; _, jphnBalsUHe,:^,. Ales. Ifemister, ' ? fttiohael MeanfaHit, * iJ.'Huglf Maxwell, . ' Henry ChalHiior, G. Jl. Cballinor, *2gamuel Sheriton, Sftml. Soutberden, John Pcttigrew, ClirUtr. Gony, ^tunesBnilie, ? ???--? ^Richard Lovoll, ? . fjTbos. Stanley, ; Jtjharles S. Warry, -? ?3t. P. Whitchouso,. : '; ^ijodfrey O'Rourkc; .James Smith, . Thomas Elliott, Alexi-Beattie, '.^ftlltam Berry. . ;. Patrick ^dly, r Arthur C Bays. ? 1x accordance with theJrayer of Hie »bor« Be qhigmon^Ifterei^OonveneWf'OBLIC *nEET[NG y#oft the propriety of iioinineHii^...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 23 September 1856

MARRIAGE. At Dalby, on the 15th instant, by F. W. Roclje, District Registrar, Andrew Fordgo, of Burrandovran, ' to Mary Buchanuan, of Jimba, late of Armagh. ,-' THE 'NOBTH « AUSTRALIAN, : Ipswich, and General Advertiser ' PRINTING OFFICE, ' EDMUND & ARTHUR BAYS BE(J to announce to the Inhabitants of Ipswich, and the Moreton Bay district generally, that they execute oil kinds of Letter-press GENERAL PRINTING, ?; COMMISINO PoBting, Auctioneers', and Hand-Bilk, ? Cards, Catalogues, Circulars, Cheque-Boofcs, CHI Heads, 'Sheep Returns, Forms of Agreement, Pro speotuscs, Labels, -fcc, with neatness, economy, and despatch: ? ? The most approved Forms of Sheep Beturns, and ? . . Masters' and Seevants' AeitBEaiEKT Fokmp, Ou Sale. . r . . STEAMER FOR BRISBANE. fiiSlg£& The Steanier BREADALBANE, ?^TuIjwfifSs. Captain 'Murphy, will now run regu-i *jffrc5giSa larly from 'Ipswich to Brisbane, every fe^BWt® alternate day, until further notice. For freight or passage, B-pply to . PA...

Publication Title: North Australian, Ipswich And General Advertiser, The
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THE NORTH AUSTRALIAN. IPSWICH, TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 23, 1856. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 23 September 1856

[?] Wat litive r^ived-^G |6r&41,r^tenM ^Bwjp' article ijjgarfifcg 11^^ J-ubiiBlied4jy us eome weeks ngd, but ia piles' of other tuatter -will prevent us fi'Om takitig our j next issue, when we -»« promise lilm.-fi. treat; Til tbe meantiiuc, We ^Imre m«^l ' itlBvIuCTrlOnB '*O v»i ilvyjHiITTiB T^a^BVJ* - *' uflu. Out, if possible, M'»fiMpi^leyMii^l % our conteiDiporarj' aa the ''Cock of flje- walk.

Publication Title: North Australian, Ipswich And General Advertiser, The
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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVAL. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 23 September 1856

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVAL. September 20. — Shamrock,, steamer, 250 tons, Warner, from Sydney 16th, and Newcastle 17th instant Passengers— Messrs, Southerden, Grimes, Mitfort, Friez ; in the steerage — twelve passengers, five prisoners, and one constable. DEPARTURES. September 16.— Sarah Ann, schooner, Watts, for Sydney, in ballast. ... .September 17.— Yarra Yarra, steamer. 700 tons. Bell, for Sydney. Passengers— Rev. Dr. Lang, Mm. R. S. Warry, Airs. Norton, Miss Emmies, Messrs. Lord, Humley, Black, Pettigrew, and 23 in the steerage. September 17. — Vanquish, schooner, 90 tons, Scott, for Sydney. IMPORTS. Shamrock ; 1 bag wheat, Bridges ; 10 cases gin, T. Boyland ; 1 parcel, Baynes ; 1Q bags flour. Bun dock & Co.; 1 case. Bell; 1 hogshead, 2 quarter casks wine, I spring cart, Bartley ; 3 trunks boots, 1 package, Buckley; 1 box, Cureton; 1 parcel, Coinpigne ; 2 bags corn, 2 kegs butter, 1 cage fruit, Cameron; 1 trunk boots, Cribb &' Foote; 1 case plants, Craies; 1...

Publication Title: North Australian, Ipswich And General Advertiser, The
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REPORT OF THE MORETON BAY SEPARATION COMMITTEE ON THE GOVERNOER-GENERAL'S DESPATCH. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 23 September 1856

RBI?0RT OP ..Tll« MOBRTf-» IUV RKPAHA Ato inoctinpof tiie BcpaivitlonCoinmittfic.Iieldnt thti Eschmigit ltdiiliifi, liviiibano, on 'I'lR'sdnv, tlio 16Ui of Hmtemitcr.' W: -1 \U\h\wu in the bhnir, ft wM^nor«d^JlTr.*it.;rOriM-riB»id Spc/iiided by -lr, W.d©*t-#,«&nt flfu frtHonrTflVi-ijVoVt -»f «be $nh CitmmlM^OiflpjWin tod im the mil fust., be received Irtiti)i»;m.nltwi)f flio periHhjj'fiir tlw Separation £f tlic. .territory **-f Muretdu IMV. IMttnr^ie colour aiid K»l«rnmRnt of Kaw fi^mtli Wij\i& flu* w.b-coniBiittee 1 appointed oh rho 3 Hli iiistniit -o inquire into and report «n-iui:*lie ^ospiitdli of ills ISi^culJfency the €rO vewior-tjmif.ivil to tlte lUglit Honmuabk the SeCre tat^L otStote fi* *1iiv C'-»1ciiu(*s, liaS1* «on»i«lercd tlio v.irioHB point* of tlie dcspateii, ijiniL agreed to the fojlowiiiff ,n|Hirts-- ?-- :: '^ ?' ^ Your GummiWec find ,thst tlm (diwpntch of liis HxccDency tli«ci3owrn--r-t^;)iortil, dated 18Ui Octo ber, 4&5fi. was Hie chief enn...

Publication Title: North Australian, Ipswich And General Advertiser, The
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"IPSWICH MUTUAL BENEFIT INVESTMENT AND BUILDING SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 23 September 1856

'IPSWICH MUTUAL PENEF1T IKyisT-- : MENT AKD BUILDING SOCIlETIf.; ' Amount of share, £50 ; monthly payment, 12»7 ; 'per ibMti-i. ?.-.'? ? ? *???'? ?-.??? ??? ?;? :v'V^ ' This society will termiiiate in about four yeiirs.' Sib,— As it is'very desirable '(Itat die principles opt ', w]hich any pnbliti inmStution is b&sea should be thoroughly sifted, and ihoiild, moreover, be such' as to atand the scrutiny of ail whose approval it seek* ,. to enlist, I tnistUmt you will riot deerti Uie few fol lowing remarks but of place in connexion with ithe ' formation of the Building Society indicated above. The promoters I have n0 jlp^bt actually mean what they assert, whcn*they designate the society as a Mutual 0enffijt, InvenMiient one, and 1 supposs I mast have demohstrwted this to its shareholders, as they state that upwards of 100 shares are -already taken. I cannot, however, but think that some difficulty wjU be, experienced in ulfjmatelr satisfyirig all partiei tjiat they will have in...

Publication Title: North Australian, Ipswich And General Advertiser, The
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THE NEW ENGLAND GOLD FIELDS. THE ROCKY RIVER. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 23 September 1856

THE NEW ENGLAND GOLD «ELDS. (Fromilte ArmidaU Exprets, September 13.) The Bockt Bivcn. The weather during tlie lust week .was very disa greeable, with rain, hail. And .snow. The mornings were bitterly cold— so much, so that it was almost impossible tfl work At the cradles and long toms; but now we have a very pleasant change. Tlie sky bus cleared up — the sun is bright and. warm — and there U every, appearance of Aogntmuarice of a fine genial spring, whicTi witl'be iriuch iu favour of tbe many parties out prospecting. - ' ! :Theretias been another rush to the west side of Mount Walsh, oiidis sunnosed to turn out well. - Our party found payable .washnijg-atuff in a shaft only nine feet deep:' the rock dips towards the hill. A shaft afenut forty, yards further up the ridge was bottomed at fifty-seven feet. ThU ground is also payable. £10 were offered for a share in this claim nnd ; refused. Mount Brisbane has ? turned out r failure. Mount Jones is still turning out well; s'omc of the ...

Publication Title: North Australian, Ipswich And General Advertiser, The
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CIVIL CASES. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 23 September 1856

CIVIL CASES. We shall publish the report of tlie two civil cases in our next.

Publication Title: North Australian, Ipswich And General Advertiser, The
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LETTERS TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 23 September 1856

LETTERS TO THE EDFrOR. [ The Editor urifhet it to be uttdtriidod, that while every reatonabU Utfituit will be allowed, he dot* not identify himiitlf with the opinion* rzprttied in the eorretfona-'. encc pMishtd in thit Journal., All letter* which appear vmler thi* heading are written by parties en tirely unconnected with ike management of the Paper.'] - ?] m- Ipswich, 21st September, 1866. Sib,-— In -tlie1 Uorttin Bay Courier tX yesterday the leader is devoted, to railway matters in .tlie district; as a close and impartial observer of the present position of Moreton Bay and iUtrequire ments, in refewutse to railways, or, in other words, an improvement upon the present slow and expen sive mode of the conveyance of the produce from tb- Downs to Ipswich, I cannot allow this article to pun over unnoticed. The -writer of the article, in the excess of hn enthusiasm for the interests of Brisbane, can see no glad |s^e%a)iuvji6art -^batjSrich $.t^owi}is$iL3i£xf8t* ence. iu' to^t, ,bis jvigip...

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CAMERON'S CREEK. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 23 September 1856

Cameuox's Cbbf.k. During the week wo have been flbown a Batnple of Cameron's Creek 'gold, weighing 18dwts., which was brought into Armidale and sold. The gold is scaly, of a good colour, nnd was obtained at a depth of ten feet beneath tlie surface. ? . A person residing about two miles from thcafl diggings informed ns, a few days ago, that five men were - workiug near each other, anil, from all. lie oeuld learn, they were quite satisfied AvitU their uftiuiligs. ? ???? ? '

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