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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 9 February 1864

: ' The OocenamaU . QaxeUt published an ' Bxtraordinary' yosterday, iuJtiie.ahape of a ** writ of eleefion.' having in view arid setting forth certain minritUi \a rdation to an election fora vacancy in tiMlieguIative Assembly occasioned by^fie resignation of Ohsrles?ames Boyds,^sq,^ lrfao W lately serveS as member for the ffisbict of Leicb bardt The place of noinination win be Xaroom; the date of wrii»ebma^_8 ? date of nomination Marsh. I6j polling day, Aprii itr«ttOT^»ri^biay 103:861. ^ :

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

t TUESbAt. FEBRUARY 9. 1864. The alent inember bas departed at l»8t. Whether he was tired of that political turpitude for which the charms of even Mr. Herbbbt's eloquence afford no compensation, or whether he shrank from the task of defending the mea sures which an unvarying tide of eno cess has stimulated his friends into adopting, ve cannot say. Bat one thing is certain — he has gone, and he will not leave a less efficient member behind him. His opinions were not to be gathered from his voice, bnt from his legs, inasmuch as it was by jour neying to and from tbe right or left of the Speaker as the Ministerial need required, that they were principally *qllected. pe belonged, so to weak, o UieT&fe-aria^ed-school of poliduanB, and for that class wm a highly respect able inember. Bnt it is not from: this sort of person that Queensland in her hour of need' has to expect aid; and now the opportunity appears to offer, ire trust the electors of the Leichhardt will be awake to the i...

Publication Title: North Australian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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WEEKLY CALENDAR. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 9 February 1864

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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[THROUGH GREVILLE AND BIRD, REUTER'S AGENTS.] SYDNEY. February 6. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 9 February 1864

LTBBOOQU GBSY1I.1.E AND BIRD. B.TOTEE'6 AOKKTS.] SYDNEY. February 6. In tbe Assembly Kir. Uartin has made s threat to the effect that, if the Council reject the tariff as passed through tbe Lower House, he wonld suspend the public works of tbe colony. Tbe Newspaper Bill has passed through the Lower House. Departure.— The Balclutlia, for Bock hampton. MELBOURNE. February 6. In the Assembly tbe Colonial Treasurer iias made a statement that arrangements will shortly be made, (by which fortnightly communication may be had with Great Britain. February 8. Tbe friends of Mr. Henry Parkcs intend disputing tbe return of Mr. Hilford as member for Braidwood. Many of tbe country towns are petitioning ' the Upper House to reject the tariff.

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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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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. SYDNEY. February 6. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 9 February 1864

'J * §-'£'- m -iKB^ A tp'^^TO Al^l Wt£» \ (rBOK ODB OWN COBUWrOSDKST.) SYDNEY. February 6. Tbe Government threaten to retrench on a large scale, in case tbe Council rejects the Tariff Bill. Second reading of Treasury Bin. Third reading of tbe Newspaper Stamp Bill. ♦ ?

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

VICTORIA. Tefevraphio news from Melbourne in 'the S.M,Heraldia to tbe 4th instant. In the Assembly, the Trading Companies' BH1 was read a first time. The Great Britain sailed to-day, with 450 susencen and 51,000 ounces gold. : The escorts tare brought in to Jay *-W7* .1 A Ipfge meeting was held at the Chamber of Cosnmerce, at .which resolutions wore pasted to establish an Australian Lloyds, wWraesttr the jflavrifinafrm ofXuwtt, siajlA «ommittse of shipowners appointed. Tadarwritenand aorcbantsjare to appoint tyuffirst pflrmsnffnt ©omiarttee.-.' j-^ - jt.^ - Mve .thousand bags of. nee wem-onered ntday, but none so}£ The price askeeVsvas *8. Hour market dnll. (28lfc ulthnaj fXn&te Assembly the TradingCompaows' Tt Ipssnn tlm fin* r~J ~ — J — 'T ina^^mUtee.wrlhmtaisouasioa. She ifleuArten limited lisbiUty. .. TwMbnneuid packages of tea -were sold -i8ay;'butthepriceshaVB not transpired. &9Gl!B «f: Adelaide flour have been effected t£17. fis. Corn sacks are in strong do is...

Publication Title: North Australian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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AMERICA. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 11 February 1864

AMERICA. Intelligence from New York down to November 14 has been received this morn Nothing beyond unimportant skirmishing is reported from Virginia. One day's later .news from Charleston is 'received by the arrival of tbe Federal steamer Massachusetts at Fortress Monroe. Tbe - bombardment of Fort Bumpier was still kept up. The Confederate flag was shot awayevery -lajr, pot immediately re pbced- The whole number of shots fired at ihe fort during the present' attack is 9B40.br which 7700 have taken effect. No casualties are reported. AQ is quiet at Chattanooga. The government has impressed all the steamboats and railways at Cincinnati for the transportation of troops to General Gnnt, who is to be immediately reinforced liv mwaxns of 3QJ00O men. ~- - ' ~ * - ' W^aetotoftheOoifoaerateiiinWertern Yirgm^and the occupation t«f Clarksourg by-flenwals- Averill and Dnffie have been' «SeiaIlycoanrmed. Tbe Federals ttaptured «» prisoners and * large quantity of irar material. ?--; ??? : :??::?...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
IRELAND. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 11 February 1864

IRELAND. The first scientific evening meeting for the session of tbe Boyal Dublin Society was held on November 16. The papers read were interesting, the first being by Dr. Mapothcr, ' Suggestions for improving the Diet of the Irish Labourer,' aud the second by Mr. James Haughton. ' On the Advant ages of Vegetarianism.' Dr. Mapothcr condemned the potato as an article of food, aid suggested aB a substitute beef from Monte Video, which conld be purchased at 3d. per Ib., and peas. Mr. Haugbton's paper condemned flesh eating in man as something cruel, unnecessary, and injurious, and ad vocated an exclusively vegetable regimen, for scarcely any reason except that the Irish and Scotch, who live to a great extent on vegetable food, are bigger than the beef eating English, and that it is more condu cive to health. A discussion took place at the conclusion of both papers. A long appeal has been addressed by the Bector of tho ' Catholic University,' in reference to the annual collection on beh...

Publication Title: North Australian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
JAPAN. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 11 February 1864

JAPAN. (From Ihe Tima, Nov. 4.) Fob the people of the last genera tion the world still contained a wonder. In tbe remote East, beyond even the unknown regions of China. «bon» oKlatAd »n l£mpire cnvelopud in impenetrable mystery. It was an or ganised State of high antiquity, vast wealth, and advanced civilization. It was inha bited bv a numerous population more than usually intelligent, and yet not a living soul from any foreign country was allowed to set foot on its shores. This immense community was absolutely secluded from the rest of the world like a huge monastery. Nobody conld gain admission to it, or es cape with his life if accident threw him near its people. The Dutch alone of all tbe nations in the world were permitted to en joy a species of indirect and distant inter course with it, and this intercourse was so strangely regulated as to leave the mystery more profound than before. Once in a year two Dutch ships proceeded to a certain rendezvous, where they were met by two s...

Publication Title: North Australian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
THE FRANKLIN EXPEDITION. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 11 February 1864

THE FE.VNKHN EXPEDITION. (From the Kacry Tdegrapk.) Tub memorial at Banbridge to Captain Fiancis B.M.Crozicr, U.N., F.K.S, F.E.A.. second in command of the Franklin Expe dition, has been completed at the cost of £7O0-. after cmsidcrable delay. A public meeting was held in the Town Hall on die 13th of October, 1859, in order to adopt mea snres for the erection of a suitable memorial for the ournosc of cherishing the memory of his private worth, and to commemorate bis scientific attainments and his gallant services both in the Arctic and Antarctic regions, when the following resolution was passed :—' That a public memorial, in such form as the committee may hereafter de cide upon, be erected in his native town of Banbridge to the gallantry and heroic en durance of the late Captain Francis R. M. Crozier, B.N, who. with bis noble compa nions, perished in the Arctic regions in the service ofbii country, in her Majesty's ship Terror, in the ill-fated expedition nnder the command of the la...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
EUROPEAN NEWS. ANNIVERSARY OF THE INTERMENT OF TERENCE BELLEW MAIANUS. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 11 February 1864

EUBOPEAN NEWS. ANNIVEKSART OF THE INTERMENT OF TERENCE BELLEW MAIANCS. On Tuesday evening a muting of the Na tionalists of Kingstown, Dalkcy, Bray, and Dnblin was held at King's Hotel, Dalkey. to commemorate the second anniversary of the interment of Terence Bellcw M'Manus. The roam was tastefully decorated with National emblems. At one end was raised the Green Flag of Ireland, having a g--Ucu harp in tbe middle ; at the opposite cud was the Sunburst At each side of the Green Flag was a smaller one — one of these bore the device of the round tower, wolf-dog, and harp : the other was beaded with tho ??United Irishmen,' written in letters of gold, with a device of two hands clasped. Around the walls were bung portraits of the j patriots of '48, interspersed with bannerets and mottoes of the clans of Ireland. Con spicuous among the portraits was suspended, too, a beautifully lithographed enpy uf Ho gau's statue of Thomas Davis ; for though he was not of '48. he stood eminent among the ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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1864. TIME TABLE. Showing Daily Arrival and Despatch of Inland Mails. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 11 February 1864

1864. TIME TABLE, Showing Daily Arrival and Despatch of Inland Hails. l,glk k Ik k 1 J fcHy|{J| h i I = 14 ?Ji*fi§ Is- 1 fl ~h — ; I i I i J F' lilt illrf ?J»*B«sBahi»«te»«fl«'»»*»«»V«M«n»»» .r_ - ? . . . . Taawlev. ?,. .- - --.? ,- ??;;..

Publication Title: North Australian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
NEW SOUTH WALES. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 11 February 1864

NEW SOUTH WALES. FbeeTbadbv. PsoTSonnB. — A prelimi nary meeting was held on Monday evening, the 1st instant, at the Boyal Hotel. Fir the pnrpose of making arrangements for the forthcoming public meeting, convened by bis Worship tho Mayor, to consider ' tho protective Tariff,' now being carried by the Legislative Assembly. Thechair was occu pied by Mr. J. C. Stanger, and if the Feeling of the public at large may be argued from the sentiments expressed by the geuticmen who snrrounded him, there will tie «n Friday next aloud and unanimous condemnation of the present policy of the government. It was unanimously resolved that the following resolutions should be bronght before the meeting, and mo'ersand seconders were ap pointed to take charge of them — *1. That this meeting, believing that the proposed tnriff recently passed by tie Legislative As sembly will be most injurions— that tbe duties proposed will be un«qnsl iu their ten dency and protective in tlicir effect — that they will pr...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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No title [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 11 February 1864

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WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 10 [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 11 February 1864

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
WEEKLY CALENDAR. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 11 February 1864

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POLICE COURT. TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 9. Before the Police Magistrate. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 11 February 1864

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The North Australian. THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 11, 1864. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 11 February 1864

THURSDAY. FEBRUARY 11, 1861. In oar last number we published s letter from Mr. Btjttkb, said to have been an employee of Mr. Fitzgibbon, contractor, Engineer-in-Chief and Com missioner of Railways for the colony of Queensland. Oddly enongh on the same d&T there appeared an article in the fevored organ of theGoFeroment, the Queensland Times, which in every re spect confirms oar correspondent's statement. We shall proceed to com pare the two versions, and we do not doubt that the public, following our examination, will come to the same conclusion. Let us recapitulate our version of the circumstances attending the tenders for the railway works, and that of our contemporary. We said that at the Board the tender box was opened. That fact is not denied. We further said, that out of that tender-box Jour tenders were taken. That statement is also not denied. Bat the Queensland Tines, acting on exclusive information, tells us, that 'immediately on the tenderers leaving the board-room...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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IPSWICH. Wednesday, February 10. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 11 February 1864

— IPSWICH. (FBPH VXJH O1TB COBBESfOKDEKT.) Wednesday, February 10. The Bremer is rapidly rising, and dashing along at a forums pace. Another few hoars, rain. Each as we have had for tlio last fen days, and it is to be feared the floods will exceed last years. Hie Company's Store is within a few feet of beiug covered, but fortunately all the goods were removed in time. Tbe water rose to the height of five feet in Mr. Speigle's store in Brisbane street, and tbe estimated loss is about £200 worth of property ; it entered the house so furiously while he and his family were at any of the goods. It also entered the shop of Mr. Long, druggist, but fortunately there was not much destruction of property, as most of his goods were on shelves removed from the destructive element. The kerning in the lover end of Brisbane-street for some yards was washed away ; the water rnshed down the kerbing with tke impetuosity of a torrent, threatening annihilation to every obstruction. To-day, at one o'clo...

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