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

SHIPPING im ELM^NCE. 1 ARRIVAXS. September : 23.— Sable Chief, schooner, 100 tons, ' Lake, from Sydney '16th inst. PassongeJ8--(Port : Cuirtie) Mrs.' Palmer, Mrt; Brown,' Mrs:' iaW,-and thirteen in the steerage. . ? :; ,. ..:, .-. -t. -t: .,-..,-?. . ,Septeml)er 27P5Yaria. Yarra, steamer, 450 tons, Bell, from Sydney on the 23rdand NewcfiBtle on the 2ith. Passengers— Mr. and Mis. James Gibbon ai;d Bervant, Mrs. Kelly, Miss Gray, Messrs. Reeve.PJatt, lingsford, Grimes, Joptin, WigginB, and eighteen in the steerage. . ? ? .; «,,..; ^pfl.., .. DEPARTURES^ * c '^ ,v September 14.^Shamrock, steamer, 250 tons, Warner, for Sydney. Pussengers— ^His flohor Mr- ; Justice Milford, Mr. Milford, Mr. Gilford, Jun.. Rev. Mr. Poore, Mr. Rees, Mr. Doane, Mr. WCsop. Mr. P. Mitchell, Mr. FaviplL Mr. Pring, Mr. Ellis, Dr. M'Ewan, Master M'Ewan, Mr. Bayley, Mr. Foreshall, Mr. Andrew, Mrs. Ponton, three «bUdren- ' and servant, seventeen hi the steerage, six prisoners, and three constables. ' September 25....

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

GENERAL NEWS, IRELAND.   THE TIPPERARY BANK. — The affairs of this miser- able swindle continue to afford ample occupation to the legal profession, of each and every degree — judges, masters, barristers, attorneys, and agents. On Monday there was a meeting in the office of the masters in chancery for the purpose of declar- ing a call of £40 per share, when the counsel ap- peared to resist the call on the part of Mr. Wilson Kennedy, on the ground that he could not as yet be a proprietary of the company, as the appeal which he had lodged from the decision of the master to the master of the rolls had not yet been decided. Counsel also appeared on behalf of one of the English shareholders, and, after some discussion, an order for a call of £40 per share was formally made on all shareholders, excepting the fifty-three English objectors — the cases of Mr. Kennedy and Mr. Scully standing over until the English practice in cases such as theirs should be ascertained. On Monday t...

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

eSayKi^ rrsoK odb oonHESPONHBurn At the Police Office,'pra}'h-n,«n:FrM«y,'thR 12th instant,:-3hnrlas Hnj^ies appeartd.iii etistody; before A. W.' Manning, Bsq.- P/Mi^pharged, with hots*; Rtoaling. 'It appeared, frWm We eviAence of-ofto Joseiih Btuart. that, oh f-r*boiit f lie ISth'bf Aueuisf last,; a:Wacke1-orse; his ^-ri)perty,'WflBS fulonionsly taken from a paddock at Utph Vftio. 1n this m'Btilot, end that he had not seen the animal Binee. -: ??'?? Jolth Aspiuwnll stated that lie was' tlie' mailtnan between Warwick atid -Drayton^ 'that' on'tlie 19th ultimo, Whilst conveying the mnil between those places, li^ saw prisoner ftt Eton Valfe on tliat morn inc. HnglieB leftand accompanied liim about four miles lWvoMd Goohiburr*,'. .; Pnsonbr'rodo^a Kiah ?- liorsonnd led a black one. .?Witness stated that the hlaclt liorse bad a long tail! ; Did not notiou ^tho: brand 'at tlie time. Prisoner turned Away Hie roan ' wben ftpproacbiiig Pilton, and rode the bladk 'one. ? Hughes' got a clioBlm...

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

LOCAL AND DOMESTIC. SEPERATION. — The expected despatches regarding Separation had not been received by the Governor General when the steamer left Sydney. In the Legislative Assembly, on the I6th instant, Mr. Cowper said '' that there is no doubt but the sepera- tion of the Moreton Bay district will necessitate important changes in this colony. I will not allude to this subject at present, but seeing it is to be brought under consideration I think we way post- pone the contemplated changes on the Constitution Act and the electoral districts." This is significant enouglh.         LARCENY.—At the Police Office, on Wednesday, a   bullock-driver, named Andrew Larkins, was placed e Bar, charged with stealing nine pairs of boots, twenty-two pounds of tobacco, and half a chest of tea, the property of Mr. W. H. Dorsey, and which had been delivered to him on the 18th of this month for conveyance to Grantham, the prosecutor's st...

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

LATEST IJTOM^ENCE, tyW1 ¥ttfra Ytirra *om- Sydney puts1 «s in possession of papers to the 24th. instant, and H. M. Reevej for lielbourne papers to the 18th instant, confAiuibK news received by the; mail sliip (SaMon/tttof the SA of June, and Mornfny £ight of the 5tb of July ; the latter arrived,aV Victoria on the 17th instant, having left Liver- i pool on the 6th of Jiily, thus making a fine passage of 73 'toy*; VWe talctf JJib; foUomin|j fati ike Jrgus' r ,' ... .- '.^??- . ?''?-:.'..??, '. '? ??'?'''?/f The Blost gratifying news tbst, tn the interest* of these colonies, has tar * long time reached vk, ii, -that the Imperial Government bas «t lenfftTij eaterba into » contract With ? * compntiy for the ! dbiiveyance of the miiHs -tiitherfr--m Great Britain. We are now Justified' fn erpectlrtpr thnt in abnut a forinlRlit from ^his date Messrs. Patrick Henderson ind'Co., of Glasgow, will *tart their first stoamof bBBryini; the-^tistraHnn ' matt 'from 'Sntlthamptnii, ftn6 fiiat, -m Sne...

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CIVIL WAR IN THE UNITED STATES. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 7 October 1856

CIVIL WAR IN THE UNITED STATES. The latest accounts -from Kansas are contained in the St. Louis Democrat of June 13. It must be borne in mind, however, that tbe following Is a ' Free-state' history of late events : — The excitement of the territory is increasing, and a field-battle probably took place on Tuesday or Wednesday, as on Monday and Tuesday mornings an uijURual number of missionaries from Clay and La fayette counties entered Kansas, declaring their in tentions tn have. a fight, and tho free-state men are known to be quite as anxious. He adds, 'Governor Shannon's proclamation is laughed at and spurned by the invaders, as is also its author. General Wliit fipld. who led a force some two hundred Missouri: ins against the captors of Pate last week, was inter cepted by Colonel Sumner, and driven hack. Whlt fiold nnd his men were much chagrined. Summer then liberated Pate and his company, who hid surrendered without a fight. The fact is. Pate, jn his. correspondence to the Repub...

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ANOTHER AMERICAN DIFFICULTY. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 7 October 1856

ANOTHER AMERICAN DIFFICULTY. (From the Tima, June 2G.) ? When will Americans learn manners ? Who shall teach our transatlantic cousins bow to behave? Here is one of diem' who1 tried yesterday, in defiance even of an etianctte modified to suit his countrymen. to parade bis republican person before the Queen, at her levee, in a frock coat, black neckcloth, and yellow waistcoat. The thing itself was trivial, but theobject was unmistakable. Ho wished tobave it to boast that he had compelled the Queen to forego die usages ,of her Court in his especial behoof, He tried to accomplish this national fete under die wing of Mr. Dallas, who, when , appealed to, sup ported hie countryman, and left the palace iq a pet. Well I after all. we suppose her Majesty will continue to bold levees in spite of Mr. Dallas's displeasure. It is scarcely Worth while to confute the absurd pretensions of people which, with the most irritable touchiness as regards themselves, combine the greatest disregard of all ...

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SPIRIT OF THE PRESS. EMIGRATION REPORT FOR 1856. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 7 October 1856

SPIRIT OF THE PRESS. EMIGRATION REPORT FOR 1833. (From the Timet.) That interesting annual compilation, the 'General Report of the Emigration Commissioners,' in its issue for the current year, presents us with a com parative analysis of past and present emigration, which is eminently fertile of suggestions on the state of the labour market and the prospects of tlie working classes in England. It appears from this summary that since the year 1815, in which the great French waf terminated, nearly 4,300,000 per sons have left the United Kingdom for the United States and the British' Colonies. Of this number, more than 2,620,000, or over sixty-one per cent., have emigrated during die last nine years. For a succession of years, the annual efflux of population was inconsiderable. In 1842 it slightly exceeded 1 29.000. In 18*7 the Irish famine brought on the Irish exodus, which in eight years ending in I85i has swelled the average of the annual emigration to 305.000 souls 1 The following i...

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FASHIONS FOR JULY [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 7 October 1856

FASHIONS FOR JULV. (Abridarcd from Le. Fblht, Journal tin Grand Monde.) Tho late frtrt in honour of the imperial christening have called forth the taste and ingenuity of our most celebrated nrtUttn, which the dresses we arc about to describe will fully prove. A dress of white tulle, with seven flounces — the top one fastened in at die waist Each flmmce was trimmed with eight rows of narrow bine velvet miA silverrihbon. the same width, placed alternately. Hotly pointed b:-foro and behind with a silver blonde berthc. rounded at the back, and brought down to a point iu front on which was placed a stomacher composed of blue flowers and silver corn-earn. The bend dress, which completed this elegant toilette, consisted of silver blonde, blue .flowers, and silver ears nf corn. ' ♦ Another hille dress, with three double flounces, -was very prettily trimmed with ivy. The flounces were looped up, en tnblicr. A branch of ceruse and gold ivy was fastened to die waiste. on' the rightsjde, and fe...

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SCOTLAND. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 7 October 1856

SCOTLAND. Thb Wbatheb and Ciiors.— During die pajst week, twelve hours have not passed without rain, and as there hiwlieen little evaporation, the soil has remained constantly in a moist state, whd on heavy lands little progress has been made in turnip sowing. In die higher, districts a considerable bread tli still remains to be made, with little prospect of being got in satis factorily. The colour of the grain crops in all tbe lower districts is fine, altiioiigb in tbe higher and on cold bind oat* and barley are looking yellowish, and are somewhat stinted. The potatoes are very pro mising. Turnips, whore early sown,, are being singled -when tbe weather hi dry enough io get at them. The bay crop looks welb A commencement has scarcely been made with die cutting of it, and favourable weather will be required for having it well secured. ? . Tub Moons. — The accounts from die moors in die north are very encouraging to sportsmen. Birds are plentiful and strong, ana the deer are numerous ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 7 October 1856

,.?-':-.. '-j- -^^-iMffe-ft3crt.; -?-.':;;^f ^'-fe TX^fi haw respeotrally to^ntWi, 4hat «^[eni T!T forthewithdmW«of4dwiti«ementaowino» l» iittennod io nnlei| they are sent t» this Office or H»-«»tai^ETMng|»reviousto|-iiblieaUon, -

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IRELAND. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 7 October 1856

IRELAND. WnEae's Jon» Sadi.ieu?— Tbe Cork Eraminrr frill have it that the .great Tipperary swindler is stilt alive and doing well in America. Here is the last niece of evidence of tho fnct : — ' A resnectablp -?nrri-K- nondent, living iu Tipperarv, writes to inform us that a lady residing a short distance from that town bad received a letter from her father from l.duisiatm, United States, in which he states that John Saiilier'j is there alive and well, and that he saw him. 1*.ie' name of. the writer of the- loiter from America hax been given to us ; and our correspondent, since writing, lias personally informed us that he is a geudemnn of undoubted respectability. ! The Mowh-eh Fbadd. — The Ltiyflcr Exprati,' alluding to die celebrated letter of John Sadlicr, and to bis brother Jnmes'o complicity in the monster fraud therein sketched out for bis instruction, verv truly remarks ;— ' In presence of thin the frauds of Paul, Strahan, aud Bates sink into inHJirn'iOcauce; yet the man who ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 7 October 1856

TH£rS^T 0F A USTRALASU mU be Cloied on TUESDA Tnext, the lith intent, for the purpose of tii Yearly Balance.

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DEATH OF CHARLES YOUNG. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 7 October 1856

DEATH OF CHARLES YOUNG. Charles Young, the actor, died on Sunday at Brighton, in bis 79th year. He was tbe last of a school— the school of tlie Kembles. He had retired manv years from the state; and, it mar be, even his name is now scarcely knawn to the present race of play-goers — a race so different to the people who in his 'time gave laws to the drama, and stamped the reputation of ike actor. We hold {says the Standard . in its very sensible notice of Yonng^s death) that, England is tbe great country of the drama. ( ' Allowing to the 'foreign stage all the dexterity, ' variety, and brilliancy of 'the melodrama, no other nation than our own has ever supplied, in either authorship or acting, the intense feeling, the strong fidelity to nature, or die ardent imagination essential to die true drama. John Kembie and Mrs. Siddon realised all those conceptions, and tlie theatre assumed its natural rank, not merely as a personal indulgence, bnt as a national honour. It was in this period ...

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THE NORTH AUSTRALIAN. IPSWICH, TUESDAY, OCTOBER 7, 1856. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 7 October 1856

THE NORTH Ad~str.at.tjw IPSWICH, TUESDAY, OCTOBER 7, 1856. The most important intelligence brought by the 5th of July* mail is the fact that the Imperial Government has at last succeeded in re-establishing steam nostal communim+.inn between England and these colonies through a monthly line, to bo accomplished in fifty days, and to commence on the 4th of this] month. The steamers are to start from Southampton, proceeding to Alexandria, and n-onf Suez, by way of Point de Galle, and round Cape Leeuwin to Melbourne and Sydney, performing the passage monthly each way; and, in connection with this service, a mail I through France via Marseilles will be made up. The contract is taken out in the name of Mr. Galbbaith, of Glasgow, and the parties! concerned in it are, Mr. John Obe Ewiso, Mr. Henderson, Mr. Buchanan, Mr. Allen Gilmore, Mr. JohnDunbae, all of Glasgow, Mr. John Pender, of Manchester, and Mr. Edward Johnson, of Liverpool. The subsidy! allowed to this company is £\ 85,000, half o...

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THE PROJECTED SUEZ SHIP CANAL. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 7 October 1856

fafrpEdJEflTEO smzsmv caxal. The EiirdpoaTi romtnisslou oTmiemcem assembled last week in Pniis todweusw the dntails of the, plan for ciittlujr ft canal ncross tbo iKtlimiiR of Suez have brought their labour* to n dose. The followinc is a summary wawmeni; or tiio resolutions agreed upon at the various sittings:—!, The committee have rejected the nyntem of indirect trade across Eirypt, and have adopted the principle jof a direct cuttinir fl-om Sue* to tbo Mediterranean. 2. They have rojebtod die system of shppiyinir the maritime -taxul fromtiio fresh Kmter of ihollfifo,' and bave adopted that whloTi supplies it irith sea water. 8. They bav» disoussod tho advantages and inconveniences of a eanal widi conHnuong pmbwikment* from one sea to the other, and at the'closoof «ielr -«BcosRion it tras decided that tbe «anal shpnianotbo embanked in its ?paxsnge across tho bitter lakes. . 4. The eflbct of the intorppsiMon of die-bitter lakes, Dins left jpe'ri to tbo wateri of the' canja, -twin? i»...

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MEMORANDUM OF TERMS FOR THE AUSTRALIAN MAIL CONTRACT. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 7 October 1856

MEKOBANDnM OF TEEKS TOE THB AUSTEAMAM MAIL ., OOMTBACT. mfii To.c0nvey by full-power screw steamers tl.e mail and passengers from Southampton to Mel bourne and Ko/lnaar mn.lM. ?«_!. . ? r .. V^ ^w:1 « ? o . *. -—?/ '---'— —j v»^u na- — wle steamers Sen61 Austl'alla *° ?* not Iess th«» 2200 tons 8. The time from Suez toMelbonrne to be 39 davs and from Melbourne to Sum 86 days :-the timTto be occupied between SU62 and Southampton tote U davs. The route through France »wJfeweUle?wul reduce that timd by aboit six days. *Brselues *«' 4. The route from Suez to Melbourne is to be by Point de Galle, but the whole service is to be per! formed by vessels entirely distinct from the India 6. The service is to be performed in the time rtated, subject to penalties which under «»«-„£! Maneet whatever are to be relinquUhed for any delay fn^f™ thK ?2S& *»?? £150 for the thM M,™* increasmg by £60 for each day accumulatively, with aST'^ th»tthe Pestles for any one fS S ???! «ceed the whole sub...

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EUROPEAN NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 7 October 1856

EUROPEAN NEWS. The following doses our summary of intelligence by fluj 6tfa of July mall :— £hb Patriotic Firnn;— From a return to the House of Lords, lately issued, it appears that the sum con tribntea W the colonies and dependencies of the British' Crown in aid of the. Patriotic Fund, from the J^of Jalf, 1856, is £&5S,i82 15s. lOd. Further XBumnareexpeoted from the colonies, lint it is impos sible -to estimateiidieaihonnt. Sib Edhond LvonB a Psbb.— Whitehall, June 26. -— TAeQueeri Has been pleased to direct letters patent tobe passed under the Great Real, granting the dig .nity of a Baron of the United Kingdom of Great Britain And Ireland unto Bear-Admiral Sir Edmund Lyons, Bart., G.-3,B.,Jby the name, style, and title of Baron Lyons of Cbrfstehnrch. in tl»o county of Southampton, and to tfio licirs male of his body law ?fuHy begotten. v'r ? ' raoBAra pF'Wit.T.s.-JThe will of tbe Bight Hon. Catherine Dowager Countess of Pembroke and Mont gomery, has been proved Wider £200....

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LATEST INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 7 October 1856

LATEST INTELLIGENCE. The Ballarat left Brisbane at 11 a. m. yesterday, at which time the Sydney eteamer had not arrived. The schooner Raven reached the port on Saturdav. havim* Bo;wi *.„». Sydney on the 25tti ultimo, the day after the last _ steamer left. We are consequently indebted to the Free Press of yesterday for the following intelligence :— ' The Legislative Council met on the 24th ult. when the following gentlemen took the oatUS and their seats, as new members :— n J\ \ £utwyche as Solicitor-GeneraL C. RUey, J. Dixon, and J. Norton, Esqrs In the Legislative Assembly, the debate on the formation of the present Ministry was resumed by Mr. Scott, and who recommended Mr. Cowper in case of defeat 'to go to the --.—-.j. „„. ^Vlll opuK.o iu iavourot Mr. I Hays motion. Mr. Flood followed on the Ministerial side. Mr. Gordon, opposed the motion, as did also Mr. Weekes. Mr. Nichols made a speech? in fovour of the censure upon the present Ministry, a* a matter of course., and recommende...

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Ipswich. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 7 October 1856

i Ipswich. - Jeremiah Mahoriey. S2p. ; Arrnur Morrison, S2p-; Edwin Minor, 32p. ; Janet Miller Moore, 3r. 38p. ; Ileniy Mort, 2r. ; William Moore, 32p. ; Hugh Max well, lr. ; Joseph Moore, 32p. Marcs. W. M'Adam, la. 3r.. la. 3r. 6p., la; 3r. lOp. Stawlev. P. Mayne, 2a. 23p., la. lr. 25p,; Edward Mott, 17a. ; Archibald Jlossman, 160a. ; Merited and Camp bell, 4a., 32a.; James Maskell, 16a. 3r. 2p. ; J. Markwoll, 18a. 8r. Sp. ; William Moore, la. 32p. ; Moffatt and Bell, 40a. lr. 20p.; Macynt'ire and M'Gileray, 2a.2r.23p., 2a. lr. 15p.; D.T. Mackenzie, 9a. 15p. ; John SI'Cabe, 5a. lr. ,24p. ; D. Maconncl, la. Or. 24p.; M. M'Donald, 13a. lr. Ip. ; Arthur Macalister, 12a. 2r. 24 p. Wabwick. Charles G«or(je Miles, 2r. ; Patrick Macarthy, 2r. 8p.t 2r. ; Thomas M'Evoy, 2r., 2r. Adbtont. James Moodie, 2a.; M. Minchan, 2r. ; James M'Conaohy, 2a. DnAVTON. Michael Btinelmn. lr. 8p., lr. 8p. ; E. M. Manley, 2r. ; Oweu M'Grath, 2r. Oltcvkland. 4 R. B. Meriter andJI. E. Campbell, 2a. 2r. 3&am...

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