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COLONIAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 9 February 1864

COLONIAL NEWS. Bv the Tarn Tarra, steamer, we are in receipt of colonial intelligence to the 2nd instant, and by the Clarence, steamer, news nf three days later date is to hand.

Publication Title: North Australian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
METEOROLOGICAL OBSERVATION. Taken at 9 a.m. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 9 February 1864

METEOROLOGICAL OBSERVATIONS. Taken at 9 ajn. (Per Electric Telegraph.) February 8. — Sydney, barometer, cor rected, 29339; thermometer, shade, 77.4; direction of wind, W.N.W. ; force of wind, 2; dond, 9; weather, cloudy.

Publication Title: North Australian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
WARWICK. February 5, 1864. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 9 February 1864

WARWICK. [FB0M A OOKBBBTOKDEBT.l Febraarv5.18M. The issue of the Warwick MaU is stopped ; thus, we are now noprovided with a local organ to advocate onr interests, and are ne cessitated to turn to the metropolis for a mouth-piece and an advocate, which weieel sore we will find in your independent journal. Stopped too. Sir, is the progress of our agricultural district, the granary of Queens land is locked np, and Warwick is block aded with the express consent of oar minis terial blockheads. Fancy the indignant feelings of the Warwick people alien the news reached them that Mr. Davidson had purchased 20.000 acres of the prime of Can ning Downs, and that Wienholt had bonght up some thousands of acres in the vicinity of Gladfield, while our infallible Government would not deign to hearken to the prayers set forth in our petitions. The townspeople are crowding together in groups throughout the town angrily discussing their just grievances, discanting in contemptuous terms upon the one-si...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
WIND AND WEATHER. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 9 February 1864

? WUID-AXD WSATHEE. February 6. — Brisbane, N.VJ3., clondy; Lytton, S. E. fine ; Ipswich, calm, fine : Laidley. calm, clondy ; Toowoomba, calm, doll ; Drayton. calm, cloudy ; Warwick, calm, clondy , Dalby, S., fine, February 8. — Brisbane, calm, fine ; Lytton, 8.E, fine ; Ipswich, S. E, fine ; Laidley, calm, fine ; Toowoomba, calm, dull; Dray ton, calm, dull; Warwick, S.B., cloudy; Dalby, S.; fine.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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POLICE COURT. MONDAY, FEBRUARY 8. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 9 February 1864

POLICE COURT. Hobday, Fbbboabt 8. John Warren alias Billy Barlow, was ar raigned upon the serious charge of drunk enness. When taken to the loek-nn he pre ferred to take a. Jolly name instead of the vulgar one he u iu the habit of bearing. Why he assumed the respectable name 'Billy,' is a mystery, for he is quite unlike that worthy individual. The Police Magis trate would have let Urn gos cot free, being 48 hours in durance-vile, only he had the misfortune to take a respectable man's name ' in Tain.' As ' a perfect cure,' fined 5j, or 84 hours. Joseph Henry Byrne, who was in the lock up since Saturday, for drunkenness, was dis charged with a caution. William Campbell. labouring under a similar mistake, and baring the same amount of misery, was discharged. Frederick Gasman was brought np xhmrgai with Carloaa. driving. - -Oanstabl* Sialierty stated that be went at a regular jockey's style.— that is altogether too fast for the safety of the pedestrian public. Mr. M'Donald, of the firm ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
1864. TIME TABLE. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 9 February 1864

1864. TIME TABLE, Showing Daily Arrival and Despatch of Inland Mails.. ~~~i I i i Bjf \iiii i uk i is s IS* a. ^ ll'il a III | v i^j{K:] Ij 1 w w&i m P lip w ii lim fA fill nil i i ? Ami man sterner to Northern PorU «rary dtnuu

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IPSWICH. Monday, February 8. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 9 February 1864

IPSWICH. frBOH OOB OWB OOBBESPOKDEHT.) Monday, February 8. If a. Hanif Brew, according to aonounce mant, met the ratepayers of Ipswich on Saturday evening, at the Sportsman's Arms, little Ipswich. The attendance was large and respectable, and marked for aoM order and sobriety. About 9 o'clock Mr. D. McGrath was roted to the chair, after which Mr. Byrne com menced to address the audience. He said he came before them to ask for their votes, if they considered him worthy to represent them in the Municipal Council. He did not appear there to censure the present Alder men ; lie came to explain bis principles and to refute a statement made in the Qutau Taud'TauM. It was insinuated that I was so public inan, udess as coming forward as a candidate for public honors. I will let my acts apeakfor themselves. Although I bare been no politician, etill I assert I have done as much Kooa for Ipswich as those who apaak-more. My rents are worth £1000 per I to expend l» anbr.to fe»n iba wJmOS Did not ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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No title [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 9 February 1864

-THB KOraB A.VSTBUJiAS'ic apnirijaKid and poliUoalorKU. ItbdbnsInagnatdaUDTtortUi natwaUy A* and tMaaUfnl land; and It ?lao . beltane that nothing can tontribot. u powetfolly to the specdr aUabunmt oT that itHiBT ?» naion anumgat aU mxtitm and rlmwi of Us people. Shb nnlon ii -attalaaUa only on one conditiOD— XgBalilyotB^ihta. Too «NoanAXBnu lUB?wiu,tfaenliiiR,aamUfDr the adraaoaaunt of the colony, aa bseuue ttie -pdndph i- i-t^-^~iiy jot, adneata equal arfl, SeUgiow, and FoOUal BiahtsfioirallcalaBlat«,bmjMttnioreni7eMuidara. Uoa aa to Cteed crCoaatrj. It baliem tlw ' Gonatttotlon of Un'eekBT vfaen fabtjrintKpRted, fony denbeed and «lVnrad bee action, to be in it* liberality the most nttaMe to our «onditioB that nml* be dmrfsed. It wm Owatm, BpboU tha Oonstttatton te ita iBtsgdlar aad o^imeaU ehansei to it, except nch as aapro dooed byU« own adantatlOD and gmmtt. It will coadamn e««0y the «aorti of the iadlgeat Jereller at aodslgr who womU bring all down to a ataadaid U «dtblmnU; «a...

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THE RAILWAY CONTRACTS — FURTHER INFORMATION. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 9 February 1864

THE RAILWAY COSTTRACTS— FUK- THEfi INFOBMATION. Sib,— Referring to the leading article which appeared in your paper of Saturday last. February 6th, 1861, about the letting of the Railway Contract nnder the auspices of Mr. Fitsgibbon. As public opinion is un settled as to whom the -contract has been given, perhaps the following information may throw a little light on the subject:— On my arrival in Sydney, about the 28th of October last, I was informed by Mr. Fltz gibbon himself that it was his intention to jive the whole of the Railway works to *cto and Brassey. and that he had had an interview with Mr. Willcnx, their agent, who at that time refused to take any steps on acconnt of the guage being too narrow. How Mr. Fitzgibbon and Mr. Willcox meet after at Ipswich, and the arrangement made between them there is beat known to timiiSBlvfls. ways of New Sonth Wales, I believe, spoke in the same terms as to the impropriety of adopting a three feet six inch gnase, Mr. Doyne, C. E, of Melb...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 9 February 1864

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CORRESPONDENCE TOBACCO. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 9 February 1864

OOBBBBPONSBNOBi TOBACCO. Sib,— The recent modifications of the Sydney Tariff naturally turn one's atten tion to questions connected with the Cus toms' Dnties, tea. The inquiring mind will reflect whether any change for the better, either in the way of justice, or for the im provement of the revenue, may be made here in Queensland. With your permission I will point out how the present tobacco doty is unjust. I will not discuss the ques tion whether the duty is too high, though alter considering the subject, I am inclined to believe it is high enough to induce con siderable smuggling, and consequent loss to the revenue. The present tobacco duty is unjust to tin trader, and as a consequence is unfair to the smoker. Take cigars, for example. Cigars are taxed (if I remember rightly) at the rate of 76s. a thousand, that is about a penny a piece. Now. cigars vary in their commercial value from 7M to 12s. alb. and upward. American cigars being 73d, and the real Havannas about 12s. Hence the...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 9 February 1864

Sftpfng gRMIifentt. ABBXV1LS. . February 6.— Diamanbna. steamer, 800 «mu. Captain M'Diarmtd, bom Boek fcaaapton. Passenger— One in the steer ^February 6.— Tana Yarn, steamer, 650 torn, Captain Chatfitfld, from Sydney 2ud February.' Passengers, for 'Brisbane— . Mams. u. sionaros, dames vouins, jjeitn ?-. Htr. BobertCnn.F. Sharp, A. Dnnnicline. W. Peebles, J. S. Mitchell, J. U. Urqubart, 3.V. ttrqnbart, Jim, H, S. Pace, i. Kos, ^.Kugsford,and26in the steerage. For Wide Bay— Mr. S. HasieD, H. Palmer. Kisses Bushnall (2), Master BoshnaU. and 11 in the steerage. - February 8.— Clarence, steamer. 400 tons. Captain Millman, {torn Sydney. Passengers — Messrs. Ingles. P. Power, itelfi^T. F. Master, B. D. Faronhanon. B. A. Blincoe, A. O. TJoyd, Wienholt. Spencer; Mr. and His. Wallace, Miss M-Gstbd ; and twenty, twointhe steerage. .. dbpaetobis. February «.— GoHaroy. steamer, 600 tons, Captain Cotiter.for Bockhampton.* Passen ?Bngets— Messrs. H. Desmond. J. Hongsins. ?nd Iff m the steerage. - ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 9 February 1864

afi L«e***»^Mk» fll\t»as:aailaTair -— * — ?* - :».' .It **'.; '??/'t$M-.M^f0f^'~^ *'!'?* ' ?' ' [ QcBrmim Stk*m'K1vt-31tioh Oo. ??? ?? '?? ? 'I-' :--vn;,- v ??? ?' '?? '..?-..j :..-.?! - ?- :'4K%' TPHE HAH, STEAMER - -' ^SlAk&sJl QUBSN8LAUD. will; . . WaRSS&ieMTfifot MARYBOROUGH. ?' -CskSBIB GLADSTONE, «nd 'BOCK-' -'?? RAMPTOh,^ TUESDAY, Fetnrary 16,' -.. ... .; -J : JOHK r!TEPH&N8,t6esrotary-. , f ? . ' ' :U ;':?:;;-i[i||rtft!^; - -'?; . 'id T-.RELIWINABY NOTIGE.— To ed«n JL . tenet in some measure die impostor* I w- prevalent 'for some -months' past, oflm- 1 - ?JTtotiwg wqffthJBflfriiflimfiitBi.'*— *11'*'fii*fnfiftJ I £rom /distent -bad, and otherwise useless I Arms, on the working classes, with the 1 aid of exuberant aaS. distorted advertiser 4 menta, the undersigned has thrown openipr 1 aale his Land jot at Hie town bonoaary, on J the way to the baiial ground. It it just now T being measured into 41 .allotments by Mrl'l tiudp, who will have a map of it' r...

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SYDNEY MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 9 February 1864

stdnet markets. W« have neeived the usual files of papers to the 6th instant, from which the following general summary liar been taken:— Little or no alteration in the state of. the markets during the but .week may be said to have taken place, and, taken as a whole, tmlness bas been quiet and dull. Flour baa iouna xeaay purchasers at from £17 to £17 IDs. Millers quote £17 for fine flour, and £lfi for best seconds. .Wheat continues inn, with a tendency to advance. Adelaide is selling at 7a per bushel.- Prices remain much the same for liquids, and remain on band for want of buyers. Holders of sugars do n«t feel disposed to sell, except at foil rates, yet, generally, the market is not so firm. Gny and yellow sugars bare risen 6s. per 100 lbs. since the ?nival of the European mails on the 27th ultimo. Sellers will -rather wait for tha next man than accept lower prices ; consequently then is little demand for vessels, and as a lane number are seeking freight, and many being chartered Tea...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Commercial Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 9 February 1864

^ MaaM Cmnratrrial InltlUgeatt. ImncB Peodoce Rbpobt.— From GeoJ ^a11??80'*^00- lascaskatalloar.T.W, S?-^»/*J:*ab» wool.'Beboo. T^ Wijnhott, Walkfcr *nd Co.: 40 hides, ^ casks talww, 3 fcarreU do. .. From'Wallerl Ony anfl Co, for ishipment direct to I*n-' don:23balegirool.OHp. - ' :

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MONDAY, FEBRUARY 8. Before the Water Police Magistrate. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 9 February 1864

Hokdm. JBtamaucz «. Before the.WaterSoBoeMacisbale. Gw«Btewart wasi^naictoifor baring Jeaertsl from ^ jah^mer gva. joying 'SJJS^aSjSSa^BSa^sWsBwan'

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WATER POLICE COURT. SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 6. Before the Water Police Magistrate. [?] OF ORDERS. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 9 February 1864

WATEB POLICE «0UBT. '- ' BA3nfsi-*T,%»iMiw*BT«. . BeforeU^ Water P»^ Magistrate. XHSOHDOatOSOPOBDSSS. - .. , _ Michael Potebre.»«eama«»«longint to the Light of tnea^e, wis eha^^^ to be returned to his vessel. Tbepriaaner declared be would do no jnortwaxte boardaatsiup. , ^ , .-^.....T. .' ?-??/- ;

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NOTES AND NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 9 February 1864

NOTES -A-1SJ-;D XTSVCTS. To-day the ratepayers of Brisbane are called upon to elect three Aldermen to sup ply tbe vacancies caused by the retirements ' made imperative by the Municipalities' Act. The duty of recording his vote should be as Btrictly attended to by each citizen as tbe receiving of a sum of money. There are polling places in each section of the city, so (hat in no case need tbe voting involve a greater loss than a. quarter of an hour Every ratepayer is responsible fur the effici ency of the Council. A single vote may change the position of tbe candidates, so that every one poisessed of a vote should record it for those he believes to be the best men, in the fear that his neglect may be the means of keeping them out The man who fails to record his opinion in the ballot-box, bas no right to grumble at the proceedings of those elected, bat should rather tee! reproach aad compunction at every mistake or error they commit during their period of service. There are a suffi ci...

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ADELAIDE. February 6. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 9 February 1864

ADELAIDE. February 6. Wheat is four shillings and tenpenco per bushel. ^Ja»#i^^ai«T»e*«'w1.UH;i£rra^vlng;' and will, doubtless, considerably influence the grain market.

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CENTRAL POLICE COURT. MONDAY, FEBRUARY 8. Before the Police Magistrate. DRUNKENNEES. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 9 February 1864

CENTBAL POLICE OOUBT. Monday, Febbuabt 8. Before the Police Magistrate. DBtmcnnH. . against him was last November 13. Fined 10*-, or twenty-four hours* imprisonment. John Carbot, drunk and disorderly, was fined as. or twenty-four hoars in J«f— ?!-. ABBESTED OS BVSPlCtoi. wuliim ureenwood and Edward Gleason were charged with acting in a suspicious manner in having entered a house nsed ass general provision (tore by the market au thorities. It appeared, however, that when arrested they were walking quietly thrown the streets. The Bench ordered the charge to be withdrawn, as it could not be sustained, and both men were discharged. Greeowjod is a butcher, working in town, and Gleason a sheep drover. AGAIB BOfUTDED. Geo. Winby, the man charged with stab Wng a woman so seriously in Fortitude Valley, was again remanded this morning. The woman is still in a very low condition, and the prisoner is also ilL He had to be bronght from the gaol in a cab. ASSAULT. Charles Beeves Birch t. Thomas W...

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