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QUEENSLAND CALEDONIAN ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 26 September 1863

QUEENSLAND CALEDONIAN «B8OOI*TION. List evening. In aoniniaoce with public announcements Masical.fiairee andsocid gati»rmgof^^^^^^ends of «be jSaroTn-^SolioolrfArli^^G^ffieWa* woonilaerd^y^iwD^rea,ampDgi fwfiSib number the 'Tbpohie lassies' of ?nainr*— yi mwiiiiinnni ars-sa^a. m vwj ? ? ? tory tea had been enjoyed, and 4ne dtbru re moved, John Douglas, EsoVM. L. A^ took the chair, supported by ifce Bight Worship fill the Mayor of Briafcane. Mr. DOUGLAS came forward amidst loud applause. He was not going to sing a song, neither ' Blue Bonnets.' nor 'Bonnie Dundee,*' himself, but he found by tlie programme that he was down for an opening address. Now an opening address was not so easy as wasgenerally supposed; a chill usually overcame the speaker, which, however, gradually thawed off, putting them in mind of one of their national games. Curling. There the ice was dull at first,' and the stones required soaking, and the ice soon became kittle enough. (Cheers.) It gave him great gratifi...

Publication Title: North Australian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
OPENING OF THE IPSWICH GRAMMAR SCHOOL. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 26 September 1863

OFEHIN0 OF THK IPSWICH GBAU . MAB SCHOOL. ., Tsstbbdat being the day appointed foe the inauguration of the first public grammar school establishment in the colony, ? the bouses of business were opened only three hours in the morning, and the town bore every appearance of a public holiday. Shortly before soon » goodly company of the diie of Inswich. together with visitora frnm the country and from the capital assembled in the hall and gallery of the Mew Gram mar School to do honor to the occasion. A few minutes after twelve o'clock his Excellency Sir George Bowen arrived at the School, accompanied fay Lady Bowen, Captain Pitt, aide-de-camp, the members of the Government and private friends. His Excellency at once proceeded with the delivery of the following inaugural address:- I Ladies asd Gentlemen, — The trustees of the Ipswich Grammar School having con veyed to me a wish that I should take part in the interesting proceedings of this day, I , gladly accepted their invitation. Educa...

Publication Title: North Australian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 26 September 1863

-'Xr&acex tin plate and iron .,- Y ..: WOBKS.—WM.-, HOWARD. Iron-' ? monger. Tin --PIate, Zinc, and Galvanised £ -iron. Worker. Hotel Street, and Ship .-?' ljempsjmade to ordermu the newest designs. : Iron tanks, verandahs, and gntters made and , .fixed. Kerosene lamps and oil. Lamps ? -cleaned, altered; and repaired. Gobi woik - ? manship guaranteed. . . ? f: ? IT'H.NERB MILD ASPEBIENT ANTI l JV BILIOUS PILLS, recommended in ? t all cases of Heartburn, -Nausea, Bilious - ness. Sick Headache. Ac: as a Family - Medicine they Stand unrivalled, and their ? great and still increasing sale attests the ' high appreciation entertained by the public I- at -large. ? FIBST-CLASS Iiondon made Gold ana Silver LEVER WATCHES. Fitted for Bosh Use or Biding, with well-finished Movements and Strong Cases. FLAVELLE -BROTHERS & CO., Queen-street, Brisbane. LIME BURKING.— The trustees ot the Queen's Park are prepared to receive Tenders for the privilege of Burning Lime in the Pack ; ful...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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METEOROLOGICAL OBSERVATIONS. Friday, SEPTEMBER 25, 1863. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 26 September 1863

METEOROLOGICAL OBSERVATIONS. Fbidat, Septej'beb 35, 1863. Barometer, Sydney. JO-359; tqermometer. 59-6 ; force of wiud, 1 ; weather, fine.

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MELBOURNE. September 23. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 26 September 1863

MELBODBNE. September 23. Toe Insurance Companies have jointly resolved to decline risks upon American ships. The divorce case of Judge Molssworih v. Uxorand B. D. Ireland (the late Attorney. General) is now in tbe bands of tbe gentle men of the long robe. Archer has been backed against the field for the Ballssrat Champion Bane. A proposal has been made to the agent of the All England Eleven to play a match with the Calcutta Ebren instead of with Sydney. Tbe proposition h»« itKO wen received. A public meeting has been called to pro test against transportation to any part of the Australian colonies. September 26. His Grace the Most Bev. Dr. folding, the Archbishop of Sydney, now on a visit hen, is recovering from tbe Sines* from which he has lately suffered.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 26 September 1863

ESTABLISHED 1859.— R.F. BOBABTS. Practical Gunsmith. Albert-street. Brisbane, opposite the Wesleyan CSbapd. NJJ. — Gone Be-stoeked, Locked, and Borcft*

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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WIND AND WEATHER. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 26 September 1863

WIND AND WEATHER. Brisbane, W., clon-ly; Lytton, calm, cloudy, dull ; Ipswich, calm, dull ; Laidley, calm, cloudy; Toowbomba, calm, dull; Drayton, E^ cloudy ; '-Varwick, S.E., fine.

Publication Title: North Australian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. SYDNEY, September 23. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 26 September 1863

VSXaEGHRdgkfXXXG NEWB. (FBOM ODE OWH O0BBESFOBOKKT8.) SYDNEY. September 23. Thbee women and one man wen acciden tally drowned yesterday through the upset ting of a, boat in the harbour. M'Namara, the publican, has been remin ded on a charge of rape preferred against hiis. At Uoulbnm, at the criminal sessions, Goss was acquitted of a charge of murder, the principal witness. Sergeant Kette. of the police, being drunk, and unable to give bis evidence. September 24, The persons saved from the wreck «f the barque Mimosa arrived here to-day. The bodies of the people drowned in the harbour on {Tuesday have been recovered and brought on shore. Tbe debate in the Assembly on the ques tion of finance proceeds tediously. The Treasurer states now that tbe deficit will he larger by a considerable amount than was at first anticipated. He proposes to intro duce a new scheme of taxation. The inauguration of tbe Catholic College has been postponed, in consequence of the illness of the Host Bev. tbe A...

Publication Title: North Australian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
MELBOURNE. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 26 September 1863

MELBOURNE. The full complement of volunteers for New Zealand is now made np. 1500 were enrolled, of whom 380 were rejected. The total number embarked 932, and the re mainder will sail in the Golden Age, with Colonel Pitt. Sir Charles and Lady Darling have ac cepted invitations to a fancy ball to be given in return to the Mayor. * ? The news from the Cape caused great excitement among -vessels carrying the Federal flag now lying in the Bay, but tbe officers of the Hero believe that die Ala bama and Georgia were bound for China waters, not Australian. The movements of these ships, however, were kept strictly secret by their officers. By further news from the Cape it appears that the seat of Government of Cape Oniony will probably be changed, the Governor, in dissolving Parliament, having announced that be should summon the new House to meet at Grahsmstown. The Hottentots in Damardand had discontinued showing signs of revolt A sde of Mauritius sugar was. forced off at a reduction of ab...

Publication Title: North Australian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
SHIP MAILS. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 26 September 1863

EHIPnAILS. Mails for Rockhan.pton and Port Deni Eon will be made up ai tbe General Post Office and despatched per ' Williams' as follows :— The mail will close for registered letters at S p.m., and fiir other letters and newspapers at 7 p.*., on Monday, 28th instant.

Publication Title: North Australian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
NOTES AND NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 26 September 1863

CTOXES .A-NX3 23SCT5. , Tquabg.— Tbe polling for *be election of two candiaBtosto£B*aeaOciec in the Legis lative Assembly of Queensland. wiU com jriease this jnoniing. :;#* nine o'clock pan. Wot Kqrth Brisbane. «m- pofl wHl*e takW «^4»oli»4Jffioe;ajiidforSo«iUiBrisl»ne, at Mooney-a Boyal Hotel. There «refiv» candidates for I^slative honors —Messrs. T. & Varry. G. Edmonstone, W. Brookss, B. Orlbb.«nd J. Gore Jonts. star tbe bast men win. '? ? -; ?'.-;??''? '????!?/, tothe WstwRiBoeiOonrt. yesterday, tte three aeasten, John fice. WUhani Case, and Harry Caadce. who had ^eeneerenl days in costly, «baigedw^f(Dbe«Iing stores bdor^r^^^V^ar^ZrUnd.'. .Oaptatn MewaB, «m%mgfat«etbn the Water Po«eeMapi»Uate. The taaptaiu said that bis rria^frlfa^ilKaigpasaen gers, bad left lfaishane, tbenfore the charge could not be supported against the prisoners, who weretiwrnapon discharged. If we ere to believe common report, oom htoed MftbsjhiMicf toe wift agntetluag tangible, it is evident QueewUn...

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COLONIAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 26 September 1863

COLONIAL NEWS. By the Clarence which arrived yesterday morning we have Sydney files to the 22nd, from which we extract the following tele graphic sews : — NEW SOUTH WALES. The Subscriptions for the projected City Bank amounted t» nearly six times the capi ta] required. The agents for Sir M. Peto and Co. are in treaty with the government for further con tracts. The Roman Catholic College of St. John is to be publicly inaugurated on the 29th install t. The annual contests nnder the manage ment of the New South Wdes Rifle Asso ciation are to come off on the Stb, 9th, and 10th of October. The Carcoar mail, with one passenger, was stuck up on Saturday by three men. supposed to he Gilbert, O'Medly. and Yane. Tbe coachman was ordered to drive off the road, about 300 yards, to a camp of fourteen others who had been stnek up and kept as prisoners, one nf them a trooper. The mau-bags were cut open sad tbe con tents were rifled. After detaining their prisoners about two honrs the bnshrangers a...

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Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
WEEKLY CALENDAR. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 26 September 1863

WEEKLY CALEKDAB. Stpi 1S63 S™ fel!!I Moos* Higb water ^^' JUeib. sits. age- on Bxt. H.M. I. «. s. T. B.U. B.U Satmday ? HA 5 49 5 AS 129 £ 56 9 21 Sunday ? 27 5 46 5 65 13 9 9 52 10 20 Monday ......IS, 5 47 -5 56 14 9 10 1% 11 8 TufsdayJ ? 29 5 .6 -SS6 159 U3100 Wedncaday 305 45 557 16 9 024046 October. Thursday ._ 1 6 « 5S7 17 8 11! 1(0 Friday ? 2 5 43 ^5 87 16 9. 3 4 3 38

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ADELAIDE. September 23. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 26 September 1863

amSjude. September 23. The Executive have resolved to address a protest to . Her Majesty per this mail against the system of transportation to any of the Australian cotonies, proposed by -the Beportof *he Boyal Cammisston -en that subject.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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DARLING DOWNS. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 26 September 1863

DARLING DOWNS. Referring to a statement made lately by an Ipswich contemporary on the bad treat ment of a pulioeman belonging to the Ips wich portion of the force by Mr. Murpbv. the Chief Constable of Toowoomba, the Darling Downx Ganttc writes :— It seems thnt the Ipswich police have re ceived instructions cot to forward prisoners to Warwick via Toowoomba, and in contra vention of this order Rowley was sent np with one. whom he wished to leave in charge of the police here, this of course was no fadt of the Metropolitan Policeman, but it was a most decided fadt in him that he got drunk and became so insolent upon being requested to remain with his prisoner until the Police Magistrate was communicated with, that Mr. Murphy had no choice but to act as he did, and ordered the man to be locked up ; and where Mr. Murphy was to blame, if he is to blame at dl, was in not having the man brought up and punished next morning instead of begging him off Had he done so, Rowley would have had a ve...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The North Australian. SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 26. 1863. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 26 September 1863

SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 26, 1863. In another place in our columns will be found tbe repor; of the Academic fete, which was duly celebrated at Ips wich on yesterday. ? In ordinary cir cumstances, an eve at of such a nature, arising out of a well devised plan of affording increas*! facilities for the education of our cfilomal youth, would have evoked our 'warmest sympathies and met our unqualified approbation. The due and becoriing education of the rising generation 'is one of the most imperative duties o'f the generation that is passing away front the scene of life. By a fctrict attention to tbe fulfilment of this doty, the) present generation acquits itself towards that which fol lows it of the obligation which itself had contracted towards that which pre ceded it. Thus its place in the pro gressive march of humanity has been usefully filled, and its action within the sphere of life lias not been without a beneficial influenc's upon the human race. Hence ir± all rationally cMsti tuted s...

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SHIPPING. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 26 September 1863

' «=-H I H'JPXCTO Asamz*. Septesceee 23. — Guiding Star, schooner, 37 tons. Captain David Piukerton, from the Manning Biver. No passengers. H. S. Grenfell. agent. September 23. — Ueien, schooner, 70 tons. Captain Morgan, from tbe Bigiuriond 'Biver. No passengers. ' » September 2i.— WmiamssMnCmer. iOO tons. Captain 'Cottier, from^Sockhampton via Maryborough. Passengers — Mrs. Dick, Mrs. Jlilne. Sliss Mitford, Miss James, Miss Clark, Miss Hades, Messrs. J. Brabant, A. D. Ford, 11. Roehricht, F. Browne, ,T. Harden, S. Ken-, Watson, IAvermore, Spiro, J. Thome. A. JI'Kenzie, A. Thompson. W. C Bush, J. HelHcar. Bonir, Tagg, Crouner, Bligh, Captain Feez, Dr. Wilkin, Captain Croaker; and 26 in the steerage. September 23.— Clarence, steamer, 450 tons. Captain Audley Cools, from Sydney, 22nd instaut. ^Passengers : Mrs. M. U. Long and servant, Mrs. Layton and servant, Mrs. B.owri, Mr. and Mrs. Illidge, Messrs. '' W. A. Tally, Layton, Parsons, J. Teas, 31'Dermott, Spencer, Cunningham, J. Cramps...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 26 September 1863

*»»»Ms»»jl^«^jp»»*»»a^-»MnwaMBMBMi^^H»in^^^Mn^i^w mBS NORTB AUSTRALIAN is pan X lishen on Tuwday. Thtjbsda.y, and Saxtxday mornings, 'nil forwarded to Country Subscribers by the earliest mails. tea JHf-«fciQbi*BrflW ?*?»:?'/.? ...li-Y'jS; '' ^W**^^IMrtlWB tftfiniMii^X^P tfyS-vJtjaW.JaJPCi raoCS^tt1 Whi*%3*o4*«3y cad reslgiritin fr-jcw oi 'Tjj^K&ii'HBKTiBnrol' ' ' : j-j^b^nifcoh v.zrii.rvi.U'il.viv.-5..' 2! « TBHH11 *»» nlMllMWT. - -, tHao*.-C«i«-mft» Iftaertiona.;;. ?* *0J» «4*. -Tfft^r .!j.-t?S «il»1 a!»!:-- ?**'??'*?£'???*??? c f^3^Cb«'n&i*6P^fcsfeiti4i&:faS be-Wrftten i'aj*ufE«ii:.-.-iJ -4-18HT8» !?.. .??:?..-?!- i BnsbanR*tree.t, .next JJew .mini- s;i.:-- .r'. ?;?. -pfai ? Office'; -Mr. 'Hinds. ci ;?!-?.:?- i s.^-jb /Brisbaneietrebtvnearcorner t :r ?-???'; .:i''J : , ; of W«»boni-«treet. ,Bbi*bise , ..;.?. Mr.. . Watt... Bookseller. a ' ? ? '' ' Queen-street, and Mr^ .-?..,. :.-:;.: .!?-?? -Cdney, Spring HilL «?..' Wasyice .-. .. Mr. STEvot. tToowobm. lai...

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STONEY. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 26 September 1863

sydneAt. We condense from tbi J^dnqr Morning Herald'* summary of Hie 21st instant, the following : ; . ' AU branches of business very dull, and uo desire to speculate. - The demand for neighbouring colonies United and no de sire to speculate. J Colonial Pboduce.— She Wool market has been exceedingly doll during the past month, but as shearing is progressing the ?uancet wiu cnon oe uiny hhh ; we iuc«b quotations are as follows .—Scoured Is. 3d. and 2s. ; fleece Is. 3d. aid. Is. 7d. ; greasy 6d. andlOJd. ? * Sheep£SIK£ are firm, aid notwithstand ing the unsettled state ol tbe wool market, we quote them at from 5Ji- to Sd. per Ib. Tallow.— The markeAiot so firm, hold ers anticipating EnglisS orders, home prices are in excess of limits to purchase. Hides are doll of sain and have given' way about Is. each. Flour, compared witb last report, no al teration, i Wheat not so firm. 1 Sice. — A cargo has bhen ordered op from Teas have declined lta per chest. Sugars are difficult t* quote, exce...

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COMMERCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 26 September 1863

COMMERCIAL. W. H. Kest, of Tatlersall'fi Horse Bazaar, reports the sale of some very useful and good conditioned horses, which arrived per Yarra Yarra mnd | Clarence [Stgammdnring1 T3h- IT. sr^2ies™venlSrs^oFibOTses hava si length fonnd out that none but sonnd, young, ana good shaped horses will pay for exportation to this market, aod we may now expect to have a better class of horses than formerly from that part. Amonzst the horse stock landed here this week is a very handsome roan draoght stallion called ?' Glengarry,' making the seventh this sea son of that description of stallions, which looks well for our future breed of draueht stock. 6 The importation of heavy draught mares is now likely to take place ; and we can then look forward to a regular supply of young draught stock, in drafts, as the market can find room for them, and thereby keep a great deal of ready money in the country. ? *-.?-?? 1 £»? «-W during the week the imported stallion Endurance, the property of W: Bobert...

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