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BRISBANE MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 15 September 1863

BEISBANE MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. The fortnightly meeting of the Municipal Conncil took place at the Council Cliiiu - hers yesterday. His Worship the Mayor in tlie chair, and six membeis ofthe Couucil present, The minutes of tbe last meeting were read by the Clerk and confirmed. The Clesk stated, in reply to a question from the SIaygb, that no aroiicaiion had been made relative to land for n pound. Alderman SlArxe asked whether any StenS }t»d been tAlcf.n fmrnrcta nhatino- tlwa nuisance at Southerden's corner ? The Matob said that certain steps had been taken in the matter, and that an im provement would shortly be made. The CufcH. n-4 tl» faUawias t«£tai* -. — monrT^astaiDg for « guard of a corporal ana two privates to look after tbe gaol igang. ' S. 'From laeatenarit Seymour, stating- that in consequence of a number of men being ordered to Sydney, it would be impossible to comply with the request. 4. From the Colonial Secretary accepting the Council's offer to convey metal to the gaol t...

Publication Title: North Australian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
NEW ZEALAND. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 15 September 1863

1MBW ZBALASm: ??'' The Edinv from OUro. twings papers to aBagjMak^MM^^-^Ln^ — a doing well, hot otherwise the papers are filled with news of disasters. Great privations and loss of life are re ported. Above 500 are believed to have perished on tbe Danstan and Campbell's Creek, near Ifanuberika. The diggers were eorrounded on all sides bv snow, and cut off from provisions. Belief parties bare been despatched to them, but it is feared too late to be of service; The roads are strewn with swags and packs abandoned by men striving to save themselves, and several bodies have been found- Many wo men and children have perished with cold. Men have been brought into camp deprived of the use of their limbs. At Fraser, numbers subsisted for days on flour and melted snow. At Hngburn, bushranging prevailed. Several daring cases of sticking up bad oc curred. Five armed men bailed up an ac commodation house, cleared off all valuable property, and left a number of inmates bound to their beds. A rece...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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COLONIAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 15 September 1863

COLONIAL IJ3E'WTe. By the Balclotha we have dates from Sydney to the 9th and from Melbourne, to the 8th instant. The subjoined telegraphic sum mary is extracted from tbe S. M. Sendd: — NEW SOUTH WALES. Heavy rain has fallen at Tam worth. .R&Ulft CVlUIUUUIGnUUU BMI|*ffCU. V2WUVU Goonoo Creek being impasoable, people in the lower part of Peel-street are preparing to remove, fearing another flood. Eoads very bad. Still rainiug, with every ap pearance of it continuing. At Albury the riveTi which has been bank high for some days, owing to the heavy rains, is now falling. Weather fine. At the Bathurst Circuit Court, Foley, for robbing the Mndgee mail, was found guilty and sentenced to fifteen years' hard labour, the first three in irons. There are three other charges preferred against him. The boav of a man named Friend was found yesterday, hanging by the neck from a fence, about a mile from Picton. When the body was cut down life was extinct. It is not known yet whether be commit...

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NEW ZEALAND. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 15 September 1863

%iltaiw.s«siB^b*3snr*» -, .. tb«ajkeir can upon the Home G-wmmMfehi* torHbttnce has been acceded ta,2&that an English regiment and two regiments of sikbs will be at once despatched for that colony.

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ADELAIDE. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 15 September 1863

ADEDAIDE, ' Major Bowdlerj commanding the fores* here, has received a communication from head -quarters respecting the employment of troops in New Zealand. Tlie Governor has not yet communicated the substance of this letter to Parliament) bnt Intends to do so o- Tuesday. The great touic of interest is die com mittee e report on tbe juoonia nines. It is reported that tbe troops will leave lor New Zealand, and that the (Joreroment encourages tbeir going. Lieutenant Muller is leaving for tbe seat of war. A retnrn was laid npoa tbe table of the Assembly, showing tbe amount of penalties and fines under the Scab Act from 1855 to 1662, in consecutive years; the total amonot of penalties jfing £2G65, and fines £1350. These amounts go towards the expenses of the department. A meeting of sqnatters was held to-day, to present an address and testimonial to Mr Morris, chief inspector of scab in sheep. Mr. Morris stated, in reply to the address, tbat at tbe present time there was sot one scabby s...

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MELBOURNE. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 15 September 1863

MELBOUENE. The banquet to the Governor passed off well. The; speeches of his Excellency were oratorical and concise, and were welt re ceived on all sides. None ofthe late Minis try were present, A detachment of the 40th Regiment em tmrfced in the Oneen of the South for Auckland.. A large concourse of people as sembleftto see them i-g. emppea\n*ih'eCaauceus.T rte entire num ber of YohuAeere, for New Zealand proposed to be raised here is almost made up. A large meeting of cricketers was held at the Melbourne Club. The president, -vice- president, »nd treasurer were re-elected. Mr. Biddle was elected secretary. The meeting resolved to enforce the rale against high bowling. At the election for the Eastern Province, Mr. Hanna was returned by a large ma jority. In the Legislative Assembly, od Friday, an address to his Kxcallency the Governor, on.bis4eparjbna was 'carried snaBinunzsly. Mr. Howard, in allndinf to Uw ?dJOnranwDt of die House, hoped to be 'allowed to pro ceed with the Plenro-...

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WEEKLY CALENDAR. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 15 September 1863

^EEKIiTOAljENIttH. Sin.,lS6S. *»? '6' &&* IBUb nter Bltaitay ? li 8* ''« ^£t ^jelS'sS gmto — is e t s *8 as io i io a *M'1»T ? U 6 S 5 4S 0 0 10 M U » Tmsdmy — .IS, fll 6« IS 1H! 010 ««lne«Uy 16 .6 0 6 49 ,39 0 34 1 60 Ehnndaj _K 60 6 60 ,39 2 26 U ftH»j ? JS B» tfl 49 IStlSi

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TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. SYDNEY. September 12. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 15 September 1863

TEE.EaRAJc'TTtO KTBVA/g (PEOM ODE OWN C0BBESP0KDEXTS.) SYDNEY. September 12. The Assembly have resolved that it is tbe duty of the Government of New South Wales to afford to the Government and set tlers of New Zealand everything in tbeir power with reference to the present war. The second detachment of Volunteers for New Zealand are under orders to sail hence immediately on the arrival of Hie Brisbane coDtingeat. The sailing of the Clarence with the English mails for Brisbane is postponed till Monday evening. Business is dull. Monday Evening, Mth Sept. The Clarence, with the Queensland, por tion of the English mail, left to-day for Brisbane. H.M.S. frigate Curaooa arrived here yes fer^ay, brushing tnte^£jgence that I&a cela tuated Alatiuua was tni^ing offthp Cape of Qua. Hope, j, -Ht:. i'^lte .??*. T:^ provement in Australian produce, wool and tallow is in better demand. The general news from Europe is meagre, although start ling. Sir Henry Barkly arrived yesterday, on a vis...

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MONDAY. Before the Police Magistrate, W. A. Brown, Esq. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 15 September 1863

Mohdat. Before the RJiee Magistrate, W. A. Brown, .; ? :^. .;? . ... ? Bso. ? ? - ??'?. s. , Tbeonly cateon the sheet was that off}. m B»B«ri:^6» droakeamiMS. : TMs indivi dual was fined 10s. or in de&olt the oraal altemativBofMhtmrsiittheesBt. ?

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NOTES AND NEWS [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 15 September 1863

NOTES A*T33 NEWS. The }*oia diggings on the Calliope Biver, near Gladstone, seem to be progressing in a most favorable manner, as the parcels of this precious metal which reach Brisbane, consigned to the bant as well as by private hand, appear to come regularly and in consi derable qnantity, that nhich arrived in the Queensland last week is of very good colour. rafter of a nuggety description, and slightly intermixed with quartz, and will, dcubtless. realize a. handsome return at the mint. From the character of this gold it would appear as if & quartz reef was near, but if £*£-«Eixtalt ha» not yet been fonnd. The ^Mtet3r~flJJfg«iB male fiela is stated to be about 160, which is likely to s6on in crease, particularly when it becomes known that provisions and stores, with the excep tion of flour, are all but a trifle over the prices charged in this city. The last parcel is now on view at Messrs. davelle Brothers, and Co, and is well worth an inspection. AppotKTSEKTS. — John Bma...

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ADELAIDE. September 12. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 15 September 1863

ADELAIDE. September 12. A despatch from the Secretary of State for the Colonies has been received, author ising tbe government to proclaim an exten sion of the boundary of that colony to the ! Korthern Ocean, and to grant licenses t» settlers under the Waste Lands Eegula tion's Act. The despatch farther says that tne regulations of the Queensland Govern ment are considered by the writer to be better adapted to the management and settlement of new country than ihose of the Adelaide Government. '

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 15 September 1863

. IpsttUatfttnrs ^bbtt&tnttnfs. ITtOB SALE by. the undersiened, at. the E YICTOEIA SAWS BOOMS, Queen treet, Brisbane,— ' CEDAB and AMERICAN PIKEDOOE& [all sites Ditto ditto SASHES. ditto Ditto ditto FEESCH CASE ; s, ]MENTS - Ditto ditto FRENCH LIGHTS . Ditto '?*?' ditto ABCHITRAVES Ditto ditto MOULDDTGS. fc Corrugated Iron, Spouting. Bidge Cap pu,g, nm aping, ^g^Qans. Wollongong Butter, by every steamer Hobart Town Jams Prime' English Cheese Tea, in chests and half-chest*, fine quality Mauritiu} Sugars Coffee Salad oils, Pickles Helbouipo Biscuits and Confectionery Hams, iBacon, Nuts Starch, Blue, Mustard ,( Currants. Baisins - Soap, Candles ' . . Soda, Cream Tartar, Tiitano Acid Sardines. Lobsters, Oysters Bencratt'^Ottaneal. WhitinB. &c Tobacco, Cigars. Pipes, to. , Brandy, pale and dark. Bum Genera, Old Tom Porter, Ale ' Port. Sherry, Claret, Burgundy Oiam pagne Spirits of Wine, &c. ? PUBLIC NOTICE. MONTHLY VISIT. ALTERATION OF DATS. MB. WILSON, SU...

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Queensland Parliament. LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 14 [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 15 September 1863

%mdmb f atliamerit. MGISLAT1TE ASSEMBLY Monday. Septembeh ]* Tax PRESIDENT ttok the chair at twenty fire minutes past three, and opened t he proceedings with prayer. MESSAGE TO THE O0UXCIL. On the motion of tbe MINISTER for LAKDS and WORKS a message was sent to tbe Legislative Council intimating tbat the Assembly had agreed to some of their amendments and rejected others in the Publicans Bill. On the motion ofthe COLONIAL SECBE TABY a message was sent to the Legis lative Council stating that certain amend ments in tlie Civil Service Bill had been agreed to and others rejected. PAPERS. The MINISTER for LANDS and WOBESlaidon the table certain papers relative to tbe park at Ipswich which were ordered to be printed. REFOTOKEOTS, *c. Mr. MACKENZIE asked the Colonial 'reasurer. — Whether the Befnndments from the Xraasnry, on account of sundry allot The COLONIAL TBEASUBEB replied that the government propose under the Agricultural Reserves Bill to make it per emptory that all refundments sh...

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MELBOURNE. September 12. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 15 September 1863

MELBOCSNE. September 12. Advices by tbe mail are to the effect that a Sikh Regiment has been ordered to Auckland. The steamer Queen has sailed for Bris bane. Sir Charles Darling was, on Wednesday, sworn in as Governor of Victoria in the presence of upwards of ten thousand per sons. Parliament has been prorogued.

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THE BURNETT. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 15 September 1863

* THE BURNETT. {Front the Burnett Anna . i AxoSBHi attempt at the formation of a gentleman's amateur dramatic society i» about to be made, and we hope £hai this tiaeitwatgneeea. ^ 'The BedlaDil Station, in this district, has been edM for £16^00. The Lambing this year will return as great a j»r centage.se var it did. Erary thing ib m its favour. . . . ? - A notification has been maoa by the Chief Commissioner of Grown loads tbai an ex tension of the Condamine Stewn Seserve has been made, having an area ofmarty -one square miles. . We shall thank, our fiiend. the iPbrf* Am and Gladstone correspondenfa* letters, he will have the kindness to acknowledge th» Journal from which h$ extracted the com monly called fmdionV' . ;? . .a-B.— It is. not oar custom, to extract mthtntacknowledgewenti «nd if in Bob case It 4iu occoirediit was by Dverright, ana w»*an 'tame the BhnuftArffu*, with no lateBbion of Claiming tire merit of Wide Bay aod- Gladstone correspondenccsv— SSb,

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CENTRAL POLICE COURT. SATURDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 15 September 1863

CENtBAL M3LICE COUBT. ' Sjxsbbat. - There wa» jiot e. single case on the charge or Bummons sheets this morning, sad the 'Court was at once closed.

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SHIPPING. ARRIVAL. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 15 September 1863

~ SBCEPPINX3-. ABBIVAIj. Aoousrju. — Balclutiia, screw steamer. ^00 tons, Captain Brown, from Sydney the 9th instant. Passengers — lira. Bony, Hiss Florence O'DrlseoU. Mrs. Drynaa. Miss Heltoar, Mrs. Brewster, Jtr. and Mrs. Bra-, bant Captain O'BeiUy. Messrs. SB. Powell. G. Wright. Wlttonhafi. Hughes. Billings, J. Scott, C. Cleveland, Hemmant, G. Warren, J. Jutoston; and 18 in the steerage, . .: IMPORTS. Balelutha, from Sydney : 8 chests G boxes tea, W. Grimes ; 125 cases kerosine, 6 case*, J. £ohn «niCo,-; 1 parcel, B. little ; 100 bags Sour, E. B.EWestc 25 cases kerosine, S-O-«*is mnd'Co.; 8 Sbrses.: Hughes; 11 cases. C. Cterelaad ; 38 bars 5 bundles iron, 2 packages. WVanfl B.Brooke; Scams con fectionery, 4 hogsheads ale, -8 casks biscuits. B. Oliver; 1 trunk toots, T- mage; 3 bales paper. r.B. Stephens- 2 packages, jgarkwell and Grimes ; 1 box. 2 cases clothing. W. O.' Bush; 60 bags' floor, 10 bags bran, T. GrauerjxSS. bags potatoes, W. J. Costra; 1 half-bale lu»p«'i -^^yE|^IS S...

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SYDNEY PRODUCE MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 15 September 1863

: BTDNET PBODUCB MAEKETa Br the Balcluiha we nave files from Sydney to the 9th instant The subjoined results of produce sales ire copy from the S. M. Bendd:—' Messrs. Mort& Co. report:— Wool— The competition for most of the lots offered at our weeklysale yesterday. September 4, was better than for some weeks past, and of 76 bales catalogued 6t were wld. SheepskinB.— TJpwarus of 3000 sold at extreme rates Inferior qnality 5Jd; middling SfdtoEid: «ad foil woofied 6Jd *- «. TaDow.— ' Market better this week. Catalogued 77 casks, of whlahoneJstof 13 casks did not arrive in time for -sale. All tte natwere placed but two Ion:' Soap tallow. £30 to £31 10s; best beef £33 SiVtS io £34 ; second quality £32 to £33. Hidee.— Our yesterday's catalogue did not include any heavy l»ts. 'They may. bo we ver. be quoted at 13s to Us': medium quality 10s to Us; lightand dryfromSs to 9s 6d. Sorns.— Three lota «oU at 3* to 13* «d. Shank boaes.-^TwDioti«t£83flg. ? . - ???- ?-'€ 2'J., Means. Durham ...

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COMMERCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 15 September 1863

coTss^sBB^pSSf'* Mosebs. Maetdj ak» Diceeok report business as quiet in commercial matters during die past week, while land continues to meet with the readiest sale in really good localities. The demand for really eligible city and suburban properties far exceeds the supply, and holders are enabled -to dictate their own terms. Nor is this demand created by any -speculative feeling ; nine- tenths of the land sold by them being purchased for . actual occupation. They have sold during the week allotments Nos. 2. 3, 4, and 11, of land below Day's Hotel, at Breakfast Creek, being subdivisions of portions 9 and 12, parish of Toombul, each lot containing abont 1| acres, at the rates of £100, £120, and £75 peraere, respectively. One and a-half acres land atGoodna, on 'the Ipswich road, with improvements, for £550; four allotments, each 33 perches, at Biver Terrace, between Kangaroo Pointand South Brisbane, for £60 «aeh; four allotments «n the Ipa wich road, each about 30 perches, for £40 ea...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 15 September 1863

:' 5SBMBO»S3BSCEITTIOH. Per Qiiarter,& advance ? 9a. PerQuarter.crsait ? lSr Single Number ? ? ? **? TtaGnsrters terminate oh the 31st March, SoSj^aoa September. andSlstDeeem ber7»l which pen^onlycanwagnafaon be received. Notices of resignation wiH ^^Sended to unless given to writing. iSbscriherswill be duS™* from the . TBBHB OF ABTKBnSMO, ? . - s. d. ^Two lines, or unuer s. onarter of an inaa ? 1 »? Fourfines, or unaer half *n inch ? 2 0, Six lines, or uniler three-ouartors of ? an inch ? - ? * «j Eight lines, or under one inch ...... 3 0; Every additional eight lines, unuer j ttinch... ? A « TSBJB3 OF D16COBHT. 6 Consecutive insertions...... 10 fl cent ' ?' ? - - '8ff 'I - XlieBBniber of ImsertionlVJiast lie ?written] wiB nothe attended1 to unless secured by- } -Tsai 'tfdnck oiHoanu; WsawraaoAT, jorj P&ib&TE Mornings ; ana Advertisements can- 1 jiotte received later liui Knot o'clock ian the evening previous to publication, to «o sare insertion is tiie foll...

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