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

THE ASSIZES. Monday, the 15th instant, being the day appointed for the boldiug of the Circuit Court for this district, i his Honor Mr. Justice Milford took his seat on the { Bench at the usUal hour. The Queen's proclamation ' against vice niid immorality liaving been read, and4 tue jury-list called over, Mr. Pring produced his commission empowering him to act as Crown Pro secutor. The first jury was then cmpannelled, when Richard Auttin was placed in the dock and indicted for stealing certain articles of jewellery at Ipswich, on the 14th of March last, the property of Messrs. Bigot and Parkes ; a second-count charged the prisoner with receiving the same knowing them to be stolen. He pleaded Not Guilty. Edward Quinn, chief constable at Tpswich, deposed that on the 6th of June last, from information he re ceived, he went tothe Bed Cow Inn, in' Bell Street, where the prisoner was at that time staying, with his wife. On going into his room he proceeded to search his boxes in the presenc...

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

AMERICA. The New Y6rk journals are t511ed,,'with the pro ceedings of the Cincinnatti Democratic State .Con vention. That body, nominated the lion, James Buchanan, of Pennsylvania, for the office of Presi dent of the United States, by a unanimous vote, after sixteen ballofirigs. The opponents were th« present President, ?Frahklih Pierce,' Douglass, and Cess.' ?' ??'??? .'? ???????. '. '?/'? There Is no mistake about the fact that, Mr. Crampton has been dismissed, but tits' dismissal lias been accompanied by a' despatch so laboriously ex planatory and painful ijhat the British Government liavo determined not to retaliate 'by dismissing' Mr. Dallas. The ostensible cause for dismissing, Mr. Crampton Is that by his past conduct he has ren dered uimselfan unpleasant representative at Wash ington, of. the Court of St. James/- The three Consuls, also, who were declared to be implicated in the enlistment business, have had their exqnarJora withdrawn. The Central American difficulty, in creas...

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

THIRD DAT. His Honor took his seat on the Bench shortly lifter ten o'clock, ' when, a' jury having been cm - pannelled, tbe prisoners Dnint and Baldwin, who had been convicted on the previous day of an assault on the person of a boy named Starker, in the .Brisbane Gaol, were again placed in' the dock, when they were informed by the Judge that the Court bad re-considered the sentence passed upon .theui, and that instead of nix months' imprisonment f-ith hard hvbonr, that portion of the punishment would not be enforced, and tbe sentence would be one of simple mprisonmentonly. . .''''. An aboriginal named Dtck, alia* Baiket, ' filial Billy, was then indicted for committing a rape on the person of a little girl of thirteen years of age, named Mary Jane Broker, at Eagle Farm, on the 81st of July Inst year. A person named Davis, who for some time resided with' tbe natives, was sworn to act as interpreter. The prisoner pleaded Not Guilty, and denied that he was the party named in the indic...

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

SI-COXD DAV. His Honor took his seat on the Bench at 10 o'clock, precisely, when a jury wns einpannclled, and M-trtin Define and' John Ittildwin were placed in the dock, charged with having committed alt assault, mid behaving in a grossly indecent manner, towards a youth named John Swrltev, n fellow prisoner in Brisbane Gaol. They botli pleaded Not Guilty. Xiie Crown 1'rosecutor said that, under .ordinary circumstances, ho should have left this case to be dealt with by the lower tribunal, but the infamous conduct of the prisoners created considerable sus picion that tho most disgusting crimos were committed iiy some of the prisoners in tlie gaol, arising from Aere -not beirig^ulficient room in thiit buiMing t- permit the separation and proper classification of the inmates ; and he considered that it was the duty of the authorities to make a representation to the Government ou the subject. He then detailed the particulars of tho offence with which the prisoners stood charged, and cal...

Publication Title: North Australian, Ipswich And General Advertiser, The
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ANTIMONY AND STRYCHNINE. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 30 September 1856

ANTIMONY AND STRYCHNINE. The following letter was addressed to the editor of the Times: — ?? sirt — A day or two 'before the conclusion of Palmer's trial it occurred to me that the presence nf antimonv rnisrht tmssiblv interfere with tho de tection of strychnine by the ordinary tests. The first experiment I made confirmed iny suspicions. I found that the existence of a fractional port of emetic tartar (tartrate of antimony) with a large amount of strychine, is sufficient to destroy the characteristic indications exhibited by that sub stance when treated with bichromate of potass and sulphuric acid. I repeated the experiment several times with invariably the like results. As the dis covery of such a fact, although isolated, I considered of the utmost importance to all concerned in the trial, inasmuch as it suggested that other tests, might fail also to indicate strychnine under similar circumstances, I felt it my duty instantly to put Dr. Taylor in possession of the particulars of th...

Publication Title: North Australian, Ipswich And General Advertiser, The
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BLOODSHED IN KANSAS. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 30 September 1856

BLOODSHED IN KANSAS. ' The straggle of parties in Kansas has again occa sioned scenes of conflict and bloodshed. At preseut there is some uncertainty about tlie circumstance of the affair: but it appears from a statement in the ChifAao Tribune, tiiat on the 21st of May, n comnan v -f armed and mounted men approached the town of Lawrence, where they halted until reinforcement hod increased their numbpr to 4-00 mon. They bore flags xnil banners with various mottoes and dofioeB, but no United States' ' flag;* Outing ' the forenoon the ,M-.mmUtee of public -safety'of Lawrence despatched i \iipte to Marshal Doualdsou, nho headed this force, m&Wiig- Iiim that -the' eltUiDnB would make up resistance to any, process he might wuh. to serve, tnd asking protection for their lirra and property. Mic marshal made ho reply, but at eleven o clock ae' sent a deputy-marshal with a posse of ten men into tho town. '. The deputy summoned four men of the citieens to assist in making arrests, and ...

Publication Title: North Australian, Ipswich And General Advertiser, The
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CONGREGATIONAL MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 30 September 1856

CONGREGATIONAL MEETING. On Monday evening, the 22nd inst., a meeting was held at the Congregational Church for the pur pose of hearing from the Rev. J. L. Poore tome statements relative to the progress of Congrega tionalism in these colonies. The chair was occupied bv the Kev. J. T. Warraket, After singing. and prayer,. the Chairman briefly stated the object of the meeting, and called upon Mr. Poore to deliver an address. The Rev. Mr. Poore then came forward, and in die course of an able and energetic speech, stated thai at the desire of the Colonial Missionary Society be had loft England in company with the Rev. Mr. Fletcher; that their principal design in coming to these colonies was, to assist in .training a, native ministry to observe the condition and wants of Con jrregational churches, and render aid in advancing their interests. He gave an interestihg account of Iiis visit to Tasmania, and commend--d the liberality i-f the churches there. 'While in Sydney he had written repea...

Publication Title: North Australian, Ipswich And General Advertiser, The
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IPSWICH COMMONAGE AND CROWN LEASES. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 30 September 1856

IPSWTCtf COMMON AOE AKD CBOWN LEASES. A public meeting of the inbabitnnts, convened by the Police. Magtwtrate, for the purpose of uoUjinating Tmstecis for ttie Commonage, and to take into con* sid'tratinn certain matters connected with the^caHiup of lands in the vicinity of the town, was held at the Court House on Thursday evening last. Lieut. Col. Gravin tiie chair. ' ' ' Dr. CliaUiuor expL-ancd tho ohject* of the meeting, and said that Jaii there were two subjects' to itexuh iniited to their ooiiDideration,— namely, ti»e appoint ment of Trustees for the Ipswich Commonage, and the leasingiif lands in its vicinity, — it would, werhaps, be better to discuss them separately. WitJi respect to (he to«Ti common, a letter from tiis^Excettency the Governor-General, dated 9th Of ApriU I860, had been recoived, wherein the boundaries ; of the common ^ere defined ; and as many persons in the town did ibt Understand -the nature it die privilege conferred on the towiupeople by tiic granting of c...

Publication Title: North Australian, Ipswich And General Advertiser, The
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SCOTLAND. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 30 September 1856

SCOTLAND. ^toiiffitfe'toN of the Masters' Strike. — With the exception 'of a few unimportant localities in Ayrshire, the mcri*are now at work over the western counties of Scotland. In Lanarkshire they have been going in bV decrees for the last fortnicht — an immense number having resumed work on Friday and Satur day lost. In Ayrshire, where the strike has been of shorter continuance, and the men consequently less exhausted, less disposition was shown to go in ; but, according to our advices on Saturday, there also the great majority of the men have resumed labour, knd the rest are following. This unhappy strike has existed to a greater or less extent for three months. It began with Lanarkshire miners on tho first week of March, and extended in a few weeks thereafter over the whole of the west of Scotland, until, at one period, as near as may be, 40,000 men were engaged n tlie resistance. It has ended, as all similar com binations have done, in the men resuming work at the terms offe...

Publication Title: North Australian, Ipswich And General Advertiser, The
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THE NORTH AUSTRALIAN. IPSWICH, TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 30, 1856. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 30 September 1856

THE 27OETH ATSSTBlOAMf. ^i^m Twblvb monthA'4o ttiBiilay i3»!^ft-»iV Atis fr*«kn firfet inKLb i^ ai-l-OBrallce,-^aiiqobed - r bubble on IS^^ft^td^^oftfiWlm^^l:, popular witt^1i^|^fifeBiin6;^^*te«|^af* b 1BB06 et^^i xpiuiiuiDttf #^^mlw'-lestirij« ? |J e:^mm4nity/^^.d A ii^ u^rtfltebteioMltf ; , -.li-n-t-.i \'-'.,-!j -ii -v/f^'.iK'J- 3c-:ft t..ih #:.?- .i'/si -? -, . .1 if. ' ! . .K5-.:r,)VJ, i**t-i r.i~v!lij ,'tcuA t'^ii-.-tij Siii .v

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GOVERNMENT GAZETTE. PROCLAMATION. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 30 September 1856

GOYERSnSEST &A&ETTE. PROCLAMATION*. 9/ bit Excellency Sir William Thomas Dcnison, Knight, Governor-General in And over all her Majesty'* Colonies of TC*W South Wales. To*. mania, Victoria, South AuttraMaj and Western Australia, and CaptAiii^heraT'aiid Governor in-Ohiof of the TeWitoryVf *few. South Wales end its Dependencies, B«d JVioO- Admiral of the same, Ac, &-., &c. -'.' .? j Whereai by an Act of the Governor and Legivbttire ! Conned of New South Wide*, patted to the fourteenth year of her Majesty's reicn, intituled, 'An Act to provide for the division of the Colony of New Sooth ; Vales, after the sepuation of the district of tort PhuUp thereftiom, into Electoral Dirtricts, and for the election of members toxerveih the Legislative Council,' prorision is route, in |ho event of tho Mtabllshmtsutof onynew#astora1 iNstrict, or ofntir addition to any sxiHting Pastoral ©Irtrict, forming tm Electoral District, or part of «i Electoral Dis trict, ande* tit...

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BRISBANE CIRCUIT COURT.—CIVIL SIDE, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 18th. BEFORE HIS HONOR MR. JUSTICE MILFORD. IN BANCO. DAVENEY V. MACDONALD. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 30 September 1856

BRISBANE ;CIBC0IT ' COm^JsmM Sm|, THURSDAV, S£PT£MBER'38th, : -- , BcroiiE his Honor Mb. IvsriciiStttoni). ; ??. : .':. -, ' ..t .:?-. is Banoo. »?. ??? ? -? ., ;.'?,-,- 1. . ?'??? ?-?? DAVSNBT V.MXcbONAtD. : ' -;- i-'i ? . the plaintiff -in'thii) ?case is a Tesjdent'at, Canning DovaB:t^oderen-i4ntisanbotoltkebporatJp»wi«h. The*planitiff«declared oii apromufiory notemBdein ' |ijs favour l»y the defendant for j£1««18h; 4d:iii seoond count -wtw-added for interest, and a Uih-d fort ' money due ion en account stated. ? ... ; ? -i i- :,-?.!*?. j id ''. The queition involved »ih tho icaso arose on -the. :- »? dffendanfiS plea to'theShtt count of thedeclaration, ; ; ? and which plea *Ueged tliat prflvious to tha mating * -t of tbiB and two otW notes «f «qiiai amount the'^'l plaintiff repi'eseuted Certain pieces of land (part of iU the Booval estate) to the defendant 'as big {the plain*. ---;^ UEf) hinds, aijd hy-which reprasontatlons theidefaid- -'.??: . -i ant was induced to enter juto a ...

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WOOL SALES. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 30 September 1856

wool; sales; Sale of 646 bales by CuAfttES Jacoub & Sok, on $W\Myi— .: ' ???-.? '?,;'??? ;. i ? ?'?.. ,'EiAoi; SB over L,8.at 24d., 5 at 22d., 1 at lod. ; ii&% 1 at,22d. i 3K. over ESI, 3 at, ] 4d. ; over SM, 4 at.23id.; JK^aat22d., .2 nt 2KI. ; damaged. Vat 12}d., 1 at 12d. ; A&S oycr Moraton Bay, 3 at 2fijd., 2 at Jfljd-j ES over F, 8 at 20d. ; J A over E, 8 at 10d., 2 damaged at 9Jd. ; A&S over M. Buy, 6 at 27id., 6 at 27d., 4 at 25d., 1 at 24d., 1 BWnat20d.; FT, 8 at 25d., B at 25J-L,^ at 24J-«., 2skine at 18J.1. ; JS, 10 at 184., I *t 16d., 2 at 16rf., 1 at 13}d. ; LPL, 8 /mi a&Aifi at,2iid., 1 *t 28id.: WG over S in diamond, 6 at 244., ii at 21-1., 8 at lBjd. ; S&W over .Wpmbo, 2 at i34d. ; Pickings, 2 at 4jd. ExMaidop Jupah: rTfn triangle, 29 at 24jd., 20 at 24d., 1 at 22d., 1 at 18d,, I pieces ,at,lCJd. : Wff. over U.Sdf, 3 at 26d. ; J&JL, 17nt 2Ud-, 1 at2-J-i.; rW;in«ircle,4 nt 25Jd., 5 at24d.; 1 at.23Jd; : FC, &am...

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LETTERS TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 30 September 1856

LETTERS TO THE EDITOR. ? Tli ' E-Ular aithtt it to be unihrttood, that white ivtr$ rtmonabU Itttrfude Kill lit allowed, *-? tfoet not identify Iiimtdf with (lit opinion* txprtstcd in the corrcApond eiire piibUthvt in thi* Journal. All letteri which appear under thit heading are. urriUti hy purtin «»► tirtly unronnuted ailh the management oftht Ijiper.) Bin, — On referring to some notes, I find that, nt the public meeting held at dm Court House last Thursday evening. I stated tho proportion of the 'squatters' average profits from wool and tallow, to the rent theypav to Government, too high. Instead, of 4$ to 1, I might to -have said, 'I think it will lie fonnd as 24 to L' But this does not include the annual increase of stock, which of course must be added to the profit* of sheep and cattle fanning; which increase, it in well known, forms no ineon «id«i*ble portion of those prnfitai. ? : . I would take thin opportunity nf statin?, also, that besides the loss sustained by the public r...

Publication Title: North Australian, Ipswich And General Advertiser, The
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IN RE PEACOCK V. CHARLES GRAY, P.M., AND OTHER JUSTICES. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 30 September 1856

I» ke Psacodb: v. Charibs GaAr, P.M., abd othee ? -..';' . . JOBTICW. ,. ' . This was «. rule eslling upon tlte defendanti, Jus tices of*be Court of fietty-Session^'Jpswich, to show cause why a Writ of Enohibition*ii)ij9jjW not issue to prohibit ihe snid Court from further proccodlng in twn tndirements irivon aaaingt the a.i-Dlica«it bv the ?aid Court. ?,. .. ;... , Mr. Pring supported the rule, ftnd -fr. Milford showed canse. ? -,*,: .., . . J - Colin Peacock, the party nm^lug the present application, had received from one ?paveney a mare and colt'to agiBt, wid after they hadjjremained in his ftheapplieanS possession for som,ef&ne, a' demand was made by Daveney, as agent fo^ono Dowlas, for the delivery of the mare and con. '' This demand was met by a refusal on the part of the applicant, : Two plaints item subsequent!}' filed by Dmiglss on tlie Court of Petty Sessions agaiiiBt tlie applicant, one seeking to recover damages to the extent of £10 for an illecnl detention of th...

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SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 30 September 1856

SYDNEY-. On Wednesaew, the.l7tb instantj in the JJegislatiyM Assembly, Mr. Bay moved the following resolution, censuring the formation of the present Goverument : — ' That the formation of the present Ministry, under circumstances which precluded the prospect of its obtaining tne ?cormaence or me ropresentatlves of the.' people, was calculated to obstrnct the public business, and is most reprehensible.' The Attorney-General (Mr. Martin) spoke in defence of his pei'ional character, which bad -been attacked in ftn unprecedented manner. His speech was a very forcible one, aud remarkable for its high, tone and powerful eloquence. ? ' , The debate continued day after day to the iimethe steamer left, and it-was expeoted to terminate on the day thereafter. ' -- ? ? ... ? On tfiemotion of theColonial'Secrvtary, the House voted tho sum k-f £200,000 far railways, to be raised by debentures,* ? ?? - ? .-,?:. Mr. Holt has given notice of motion for the 26th instwit as follows:— '1. 'Ehat it is,...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 30 September 1856

f HE ITORTff AUSTRALIAN, is published p very Tuesday morning, and forwarded to country subscribers by that .day a mati. - *'-: /;'. ~}*' '? .:? Tkbms:: ., . '.' , Pfer quarter, in -advance .... 6s. 6d. ? ? 'Per quarter, credit ........ 7b. -6d. Single n'nmber, sixpence. The Quarters will termi nate on'tho 8Ut March, 80th- June, 80th Septem ber, ana1 31st December, at which pcfioaB' only can resignation ne received. Ko orders for -withdrawal will be: attended to: unless given in writing. New . subscribers iwill be oharged from the date of coui tnencingtuuir subscription, *'.. t Advertisements will be charged at thai rate of ?? ?''??' ? .'. .??' ? s. d. , ^nlines. ........;...:....;. 1 -» : Ttonr „ .......;...Vv....... 2 O ?':??. .Six.- „-.-.. il(;i.'.*«iw..-v.,.. A ,JB .. .. . Bight,, .,...,... i,.^.,.,, .,,..-, 9 9 Every additional iuch ','..'. .'.';. 1 fl ;i?he nnmher of insertions must be n-rittcn on each Advertisement, or they will be continued Aiuttl couh torinatUlod, aiid charg...

Publication Title: North Australian, Ipswich And General Advertiser, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 30 September 1856

, ; -Aartragjjttt Stows. ;^ x* .' '. . '.' H. M.BEEVE . ' V Ha* returned from Sydney ; , Wita a Lams a»» Epwabt Amobthejit or . - SUMMER DRAPERY. ' . '?-'.;**?'? ' H. M.EEEVE Tj*LATTERS fclnrtelf «a* the character of his Im unnecessary, to nay more than that his present Im portatSon %C JfA SURPASSES ALL B» F0EXS& OHE8 ;-'|n all oawnrtilpol nt«^«aa»»;^ - - --.-^^,^ '. a^ ^ An early inspection U sollctt«d. AShbW'flooittfor-l^Mitles.TJonnetsi&c. r M ^o tliB Ijhrotj^CTi fff t-^p T^'stpnt- , .' ' ?11|rOULD,flJiaWt/iliiet;»ttoi)tiQn to ids Summer TT Stock ofOooda selected by himself in Sydney, viz.,— Doeskins, Drills, l-ucks, Stripe Drills; &c. ? To the T'AtLORlHefeibr&nch «f Uie business, gpecial attention w paid iboth as to Fit aM W^cmaiisl^p. , ? H: H. Reeve ^onldvlirectwtenaon^to his istock of articles comprising a Gentleman'* wardrobe, con '??'. Ga£ce Merino Test* .,-. ,?.???;.?, ??;'?.. t-:t': ???:-.: ' WoveiSpun , ; J^»r ; ,,? -i!';;, -; ., , .?', ,-...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 30 September 1856

1 BIRTH. At Ipswich, on the 27tU instant, Mrs. Grieves, of *S0'' MABBLAGE; , By speciaHieense.at Drayteh,6h t_e_lst instant, bv the Rev. William McGinty. Mr. John O'Brien, toMissAnastasia Ryan, both of Dray ton. DEATH. Yesterday morning. Louisa Jane, the infant daughter of Mr. S: Southcrden, storekeeper, of Brts lane Street. STEAMER FOJ|tBEIgB-NE. ' jSforyL The Steamer BREADALBANE, ^3^^. Captain Murphy, will now run rejgu &&3sjsgg!l larly from Ipswich to Brisbane, every %_&2§f3a_i alternate day, until further notice. For freight or passage, apply f^^ & ^ Ipswich, 10th March, 1850. ? j FOB SALE, -'; _«mmI_F 3000 MAIDEN EWES, delivor ^HP^ abh after the first of January jH?™T§rV Also, 50 BAMS, bred by Mr. f3&&@f5mSl5 Bracker, superior; _ , ]20 RAMS, young, bred from Sir. Braeker *s BatnB, and the Pulton Ewes. Deliverable after 1st January next. To intending purchasers a future advertisement *il! appear as to when they will be shorn. To, p...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 30 September 1856

%^iB,|i£tei fesj^^^nto,,tn^imat^, tiuAor^^t^' f * V; forfthe.wiUidr^al pfjadvwtisemente canii#r be ?fiWnded;tqbhles8'O^ys-e sent to tbJs Office *n '!-: th^^^^y^g^i^^^kw^;^ «»?; ourselves.' We ^w'*j-ep&:mth;ttw; experience of a yeftr,fe$?|i? us, ntiii.bajii.s&y,; i»i alj ctoflr/ur and honesty,, that tfcer«Kii4i quite equals lam . anticipations. ?. ; - ; . .: ? ? ' :: To our advertising' friends we have reason to be partioujarlj tliai^tftil. '., In this respect, the North sluitraliany/as destined to aupjyy a popular : want,*— tho -want of oommuuication between buyers and sellers ; and the extent to which advertisersinakfe^ '.use '..of, pur mediiini plainly Shows that our efforts iu this wise have been appreciated.* ' ? ? ? . ?:. .? ? , We should'be very ungrateful did we not on this occasion acknowledge the. valuable assist ance rendered to us by our country contri butors, and particularly our Draytdn corres- - pondent, whose faithful and copious reports of j public af...

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