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TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. SYDNEY. February 9. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 11 February 1864
TiEXEaBAPBIC NEWS. (fboii ode own cobbebtokdest.) SYDNEY. February 9. Tuece is Auckland news to tiie 2nd February. Sea King arrived. On the 27th ultimo General Cameron, at the head of a column, tiro tiionsaoil strong, arrived at Fikopiko, where some fonr thou sand Haories ocenpied a position of very great strength. The Ai lustrum gans were ordered to the front, and the General's plan was to shell the place before storming the enemy's works, and cat off his retreat, if driven from his entrenchments. - Eleven (11) Maories were killed or waanded in m skirmish at Tsranaki; and 2 soldiers trere wounded in an attack npon an escort by the natives, who -werD.rennlsed. ? Wednesday, February 10. ' The Governor his declined to five his sanction to the Ministerial scheme of ap pointing new Members to the Upper Honse for the'pnrpose of carrying the tariff. The second reading of U» Bill «rill f» moved to W&m lu U*e UltoHcwTw««»-^-Iwr«*s=sirw;'?-^-i - A moromBat is jm foot to establish tbr...
CORRESPONDENCE. DEFENCE OF MR. J. PETRIE. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 11 February 1864
COBBBSPONDENCR DEFENCE OF MB. J. PETBIE. Sib,— Although not a subscriber to your jiaper, nor an admirer of much of your political advocacy, nevertheless I have confidence in yonr fairness as a journ alist, that you will permit me to offer a few remarks in reference to some observations yon inserted in the second leading article of your issue of Thursday last. Ton therein descant Mnicwhat elaborately on the incon sistency of yonr unpatriotic contemporary in its soDDort of Mr. Petrie as a suitable candidate to represent the ratepayers in the Municipal Council. To question, how far the criticism on' your contemporary's con sistency was correct, it is not my inteution to inquire. My object is rather to resent an insinuation which you there pot forth regarding me, as Mr. Petrie's workman, which I. along with others of them irlio have nsad it, look upon as an nnjHSt and and an nodigninedand grosstnstutin Its'] reference to us. I am nut going to say that we as his workmen are more independ...
Shipping Intelligence. DEPARTURES. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 11 February 1864
5fci?8&9 InfcUigmce. DKfiABTOSXS, ' -& 9feBaoasr.9.— Clarence, ateamer, £00 tons, -Wain M0bnan, ibr Sydney. Passengers —Mr. and Mrs. G. Harper, JCss, Beit, Vans. Brady, T. Jones, T. B. Enter. K. Vorison. Colin Hans J- Sharp. afCor emack. B. Button, ft Harden, BobertPettou, -J.Mayne,Ho*.S. Manton,aad about ten in tbe steerage. . February 9,— Tarra Tain, steamer, 660 tons. Captain Cfaatfield, for Maryborough. Chime, for Sydney: 117 hales wool, 12 casks tallow, G.H. Wilson and Co; 18 bales wool, T. B. Stephens; 48 bales skins, G. Tbom; 97 bide*. 9 bundles skins, 9 casks Callow. Wieoboh. Walker, and Oo; 7 bales, C Newton Brother and Oo; 1 parcel. Han dell; l«ase stationery, J.W. Burton; «9. casts fruit, Skyring; 8 tins cod liver oil, -J. Boaar; 6 casks fruit, T. Clark; 2packages drapery, 1 tmn cigars, J. ana G. Harris; 10 caste font, Bode; 2 boxes fruit Hawkes; $ packages fruit, Bodgers; 3 cases fruit. Harper; 6 cases, Hensder and Co; 1 ease fruit, Armstrong sad Heikle: ...
WIND AND WEATHER. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 11 February 1864
WIND AND WEATHER. February 9. — Brisbane, N.E., rawing ; Lytton, NJi, heavy rain; Ipswich, 8.8.E., strong heavy rain.; Laidley, SJ5., raining hard ; Toowoomba, calm, doll, heavy rain ; Drayton. calm, raining; Warwick, calm, dall; Dalby.N,dnU. February 10. — Brisbane. NJ&, strong, ckrady: Lytton, K. E. blowing strong; Ipswich, 8&E, strong heavy rain; Laid ley, 8.E-, (mining hard; Toowoomba. calm, dull, heavy rain; Drayton. calm, raining; Dalby, calm, raining.
CENTRAL POLICE COURT. TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 9. Before the Police Magistrate, and Messrs Petrie and Davis, Justices of the Peace. DRUNKENNESS. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 11 February 1864
CENTRAL POLICE CQUKT. Tuesday, Febbuaby 9. Before the Police Magistrate, snd Messrs. Petrie and Davis, Justices of the Peace. DBUKKEXKESg. William CaUaghan, fnr being drunk and outrageous, was fined £2 10s. Henry Owcdb was sent to gaol for sis weeks on the same charge — oft repeated. Martin Jones, Simon Kelly, and James Montgomery were severally fined 10s. for the same offence. FOBIOOS DBITIHG. John Clarke and Frederick Smythe were fined £3 each and costs of court, on convic tion of the above offence. 60XHOKS. Collins T. Byau. — Mr. Fowlcs for plaintiff; and Mr. Jones, instrncted by Mr. . Poole. for defendant rn» latter was in the employ of Mr. Col Jios.' tbe boteher, of _Qnoen-«treet» mt m. weekly salary of £4, with board and lodg ing. He was very abusive on a certain occasion, and the plaintiff sent for a eon stable. Byan, however, left the premises, — hence the present indictment, charging I him with absconding from his hired service, j and violating his engagement. The Bench ord...
AMERICA. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 11 February 1864
AMERICA. The Cazar had arrived at Otago from California 5th December, with dates from New York to the 4th December. The Federals are reported as being victorious. Chattanooga had been car ried. In an engagement at Look-out Mountain, the Confederates bad lost three thousaud in killed and wounded. The Federals captured two thousand prisoners, of whom two hundred were officers. General Burnside had been rein forced, and Btagg's army retreated. Charlestown has been burning for ?xxty-cliree Immicm, -dilmona AODttnuing to throw in Greek fire. Nearly all the garrison in Fort Sompter were tilled by the fall of the remainiug wall. General Meade was pressing forward on Richmond, and had forced Lee's army into such a position that it must either fight or take a circuitous route to Richmond. General Bragg's attempted stand at Chickamango proved a failure. The Confederates were retreating on Dalton. Hooker had evacuated Ringold, burning the principal build ings and destroying the railroad whilst...
NOTES AND NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 11 February 1864
NOTES A-IMX- ITEWS. The following is the official return of the Aldennanic Election, which transpired on Tnesday last. It went off quietly, and withunUrxcitemcnt. The rain poured down in torrents all day long, and the voters hur ried to the poll and home again as fast as possible:— N.B. F.V. S.B. K.P. Total Edmonstono ? 141 12 7 lo ITS Jcay« ? 131 16 7 3 1S6 Fetrio ? 60 IS 4 17 96 Darragh ? 43 9 4 37 93 Teevan ? 66 11 1 9 . 87 Davidson ? 67 6 2 5 80 Thompson .... 43 6 1 6 58 Jones ? 42 G 1 5 54 Taylor ........ '7 2 0 8 17 McDonnell .... 2 0 0 6 8 Spence ? 110 6 8 It will thus be seen that the three chosen of the people are Messrs. Edmonstone, Jeays, and Petrie. The great dearth of amusements which pre vail in all nea- countries, accounts in no small degree for the excessive conviviality under false inspiration which is developed day after day at tbe police courts. Man is gregarious and social in his habits. Oar new colonists, in the main, come from a land where amusement is cheap an...
SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 11 February 1864
SYDNEY. Arrived. — Diamantina. Sailed. — James Patterson, for Bockhampton ; ^ygg^Xife,for3^ri»hariB. . s The Legislative Council is engaged debating the second reading of the new 'Banff Bills. Great interest is filt in the anticipated xeBult. Saxbt'b PBBDicnoss. — Tbe unprecedented and unseasonable weather - prevailing fin some time past, and especially within the last few days, compels one to refer to Mr. Saxby'a weather predictions, which have *o frequently been found to coincide with the , actual coarse of meteorological events. This time tbe stormy period seems to have been a little in advance of the prophecy — tbe 27th instant, or this day.tteing «et down to be a day of unusual skyey disturbance. On Monday evening the tieavens were speedily overspread with heavy rain-clouds, and a sweeping wast wind, which fined the air with blinding dnst, pad by midnight s-HnrfhfagHkgxIoimcr ywenfty had iclumed. Aiout eight o'clock on Tnesday morning «mIlarv.oleotTre»tbMliaare«Brned.lnis .time...
SYDNEY. February 9. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 11 February 1864
6VDNBV. February 9. fTuaorjea guetuxb akd man, bxutke'e aQCKTS.l At the auctions to-day sugars did sot move freely at the reqaiind advance, the trade being-disinclined to operate. The market is cleared of woolpaeks. . Three bosbal-bagc are very scarce. . Lbrtetfscase tranSy, for which twenty -tcttr nu -beas giving, is now offering at '&m&Haix.. ?-???'? -??'?S- -.?-. ?' . ,.' a, -?--???.-? * ^-Fr?--::£&ii^-waL.--v -|A«oBSt»»eeM»»1wf)h^|^;'wMi,-, ^btJectoTptUtloniugWiExMllacrTthe JSoveinor to Assotve tiie Asatrmbly: : A nouunrw -mntiHBUUDiiHia -ifviu firaBcta, pring-' enoMvonrWl ^finterrtipt %, ftrooobdinn: *f *h» axoetiugJiWut '''riwl-fcyn. larca-Baa' Tiie Telegraph sailed for Brisbane on Monday. The Clarence will sail ou Satur day. Arrived.— James Paterson, from Kep pel Bay. Eich surface disgings have been disco vered .twenty miles from BathnisL
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 11 February 1864
JEATtinSDDBBaB, , For the Ipswich ana Brisbane Markets. 100ft Prime Bit, 6 aaa- yean old. rBEQ. citiaKAVENET baa received instructions tram Arnold Wienholt, Esq, MJMb.rpT Uaryvale, Warwick, to dispose »P by, nnblie-anction, at the Corpo ration Sale Yards, Ipswich, on the noon of 3CBUBSDAY; the Uth.instaot, 1000: prime fat. 5 ana 6 years old [ WEDDEB&-. . : , . The auctioneers beg to call most particu lar attention to this truly prime lot. They ore in maenifici-jifrctinditionj large-framed ehecp, .and well suited lor the market, and from tiapnGaBtationis made will average be tween 60 and 60 lbs, ' _. ? \:. . . :. A N K O E^.Q UE ENbLAKP (ujoted.) ^ incorporated , under ' the Joint Stock Banking. Companies' Acts. 1857 and :185% whereby each Sharsat hoU^liaKBty is limited to tte amonsf of his shares. ? . Capital. £UW0jmio. 10.000 Shares of £100 each, of which not more than' £250,000. or £25 per Share wBl be called op. . (With power to increase^ 3000 Snares are reserved lor'the ...
NEW ZEALAND. (VIA MELBOURNE.) [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 11 February 1864
9 ? NEW ZEALAND. (VIA MELBOQBNE.) We have news from New Zetland to the Istinst In the cricket match at Otago, be tween the local players and the All Sngland Eleven, in the first innings the local players scored seventy-one; the Eloven ninety-nine. At Auckland a Maori spy had been tried by drum head court-martial, and was sentenced to be shot The following wrecks on the New Zealand coast had been reported: — New Great Britain, Electra, T. Mil lidge, Grecian, Yarra at Bluff Harbour, Alexandria, and Welcome, at Inver cargill.
FRANCE. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 11 February 1864
FEAKCE. Tbe Kation believes itself able to state that diplomatic efforts are being made to prevent a conflict between Denmark and Germany, and says: — 'The Cabinet cf St. Petersburg, by an amicable intervention, seeks to prevent a struggle which might in volve all Europe.' La Fcance and Pays of November Z* an nounce that the reply of Eniti» to the invi tation to a Congress has arrived, and been sent to Compiegne. Tho same journals state that this reply is conceived iu very concili atory and courteous terms. Tbe formal paper says : — ' All the continental Powers have acceded in principle to the proposed Congress, with the exception of Austria, who lias not yet made known her decision. The Horning PoH announces that the British Cabinet has decided upon declining the in vitation to join the Congress proposed by tbe Emperor Napoleon. The Cabinet first required explanations, and not finding them satisfactory, determined to decline the Con gress from a practical conviction of its inutilit...
ADELAIDE. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 11 February 1864
ADELAIDE. The Governor is seriously HI; be has lately been a little better, bnt has relapsed. Wheat is 4s. Sd. per bushel. Arrived. — The Rebecca, from Brisbane. The English moil steamer was in sight at 6-30 p.m. , NEW ZEALAND. February 2. Kews from Auckland has been received up to Uio above date. The natives have fired on the escort to the Qaeen'n Bedoubt, and wounded two soldiers. Further detachments of troops have ar rived. A skirmisli took place with the natives at Taranki on the 21th January; one man was killed and nine wounded. The Volunteers were untouched. The attack on Hie rebel position depends on certain combinations. It is probable that it may be deferred for some time. All disposable men are advancing to the front of tbe rebel position, which u very strong, and consist partly of an earthwork, partly of a pah. A tremendous fire has occurred in Onn cdin ; the whole of Stafford-street has been destroyed.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 11 February 1864
HAIL 6TEAMER. .QiteeheijlKO Steak Navigation Co. «?!?£%. ITUIE MAIL STEAMER OTE«j. 1 QUEENSLAND, will ?mfffWTlTf - leave for MARYBOROUGH, *5m3«B GLADSTONE, and BOCK HAMPTON, on TUESDAY. February 16. JOHN STEPHENS, Secretary. I * V-'- gaims IjUELtMINABY NOTICE.— To conn ' ' tcraet in Mime measure the impostare eo ^prevalent for some months past, ofim- I poring worthless allotments, manufactured I from distant, (had. 'rail 'otherwise useless I farms,' on the working classes, with the ) aid -ft exuberant and distorted advertise- j media, the undersigned has .thrown open for I sale his. Land just at the town boundary, on I the way to the banal groanS. Itisjastnnw j being measured into 41 allotments by Mr. Lindo, who -will have a. map of it ready in I a few days, bo that any applicant for really I valuable and convenient property can be I supplied after this date, by applying to ' j PATRICK O'SULLIVAN, I . ? : Mortimer-street, Ipswich. I OTICE of REMOVAL.— BALL AN- I *¥NE and MoNAB. Coae...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 13 February 1864
X-A;H ^, -OF -IJJ EEJJ S L AH D I M_* t*J * ??????i.jr , .Incorporated mnocr the]. ? , JoiD^Stoci BankingXJoinpanies' Acts. I ' - lteT «ha 48S6, -whereby, .each '6huk -- ^holAer'sliiliility UlimitaatotheniKuBil '?'- «t-iia#shares. _.,!. .-;. i. . : .' . ? .. ' ' or £26ver Share wOl be allied up. .; , , (With power to iooreaae.). - abW&iwiuuerewrrea for the Colony, or . ...-;; in 1«» thereof for special issue. ' Bead Office— London. 26, OU Broad-street, B.O. .- -- .;?? ,; ; : ? '.' ..' ' ' ''. .' - DIBBCTOBS:' ? -:? re JO6(HpA: B6WE, CJB, Ute Chief JoBtice-.of Jamaica, chairman. ii text kv. wsnpk Kii-i\ EaiKa late Henwi ' jbHNffla^PixC'EMtvMeiun.Oillenle, . ', ; iJCJoi^ &nt Winchester-] ' jriTTift'j* T-gpJL TT A ft k WY. jnnlnr, Esq., ' AKl'filJ it^pDGfiOJL Esq.,Dreyton Hall, * ^cpB^aS-lHirGtf JIUIB, Eeq. Colonial Inspector1 u& .Chief Manager in ..— ,. the Colnuies. ? ... , - ALEXANDER ANDEB8OH, Eso- Ute C«^ Manager of the Chartered Her oanaie'Bajik of InoU sa...
SOUTH AUSTRALIA. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 13 February 1864
SOUTH AUSTRALIA. Adelaide telegrams in IU s. Jf- BmOd u.-o»i,cti«i Instant. At a meeting relative to the Shakspeare tercentenary, it was resolved to hold Shakspearian entertainments throughout the colony in aid of the object. The Governor has been suffering from an attack of Asiatic cholera, bnt is now re covering. At the meeting of Mr. Torrens' friends, it was resolved to memorialise Parliament for a suitable testimonial. Wheat is now quoted at 4s. lOd. The Pacific cleared for Melbourne, with 1090 quarters wheat, 150 tons flour, and 30 tons bran. Wheat is quoted at 4s. 9d. The South Australian Eegicter says, at Kapunda the main street is crowded daily with wheat-laden drays; the railway is un able to convey quick enough tbe quantity brought in. ' Messrs. Hart and Hughes have obtained the commissariat contract for flour to be de livered at Hongkong. (6th instant.) By way of Melbourne we have news to the 30th ultimo. The following quotations are from the South Auttraliaa Register : —...