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METEOROLOGICAL OBSERVATIONS. Taken at 9 a.m. (Per Electric Telegraph.) WIND AND WEATHER. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 13 February 1864

METEOROLOGICAL OBSERVATIONS. Taken at 3 a jn. (Per Electric Telegraph.) WIND AND WBATHEB. February 11.— Brisbane, S.W., showery; Lytton, S.W., doll; Ipswich. W-, fine; Laidley, N.W., strong, fine; Toowoomba, calm, raining bard; Drayton, calm, rain ing; Warwick. N.W., raining; Daley. N, raining bard. February 13. — Brisbane, Calm, fine: Lyt ton, S.&, fine ; Ipswich, calm, fine ; Laid ley, calm, fine; Toowoomba. calm, fine; Drayton, ^'ff'fe ..dondy.,;., Warwick, calm.

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VICTORIA. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 13 February 1864

VICTORIA. Telegraphic news from Melbonrne in the 8. M. Herald is to the 6th instant. In the Legislative Assembly, an Indem nity Bill was passed throngh for the reen acting of the former Customs' Bill, which bad not been reserved far Royal assent. The vote of f 10,000, fur clearing the navigation of the Murray, was carried after some dis cussion as to the co-operation of New S. W. The Australasian Fire and Marine Insur ance Company held their half-yearly meet ing to-day. £25.000 of profits was carried to form the foundation of a Life Assurance .branch, after paying 10 per cent, dividend. Markets unchanged. Kerosene was sold at 3s. Id. per gallon in large quantities. Swiss cigars are iu demand, in the absence of Manilas. Com sacks quoted at 25s. to S6s. (5th inst) Flonr is in less enquiry. Large ship ments are on the way from Adelaide, and buyers are waiting arrivals. Corn sacks in great demand. Stocks at present in the market are very light, the price to-day was 26s. per dozen. Busin...

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1864. TIME TABLE. Showing Daily Arrival and Despatch of Inland Mails. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 13 February 1864

1S64. TIME TABLE, Showing Daily Arrival and Despatch of Inlaud Mails. j-fclf I H 1 I ijiip I H , I A L L 1 1w .ft Pm iislsli = = = = * ?? \' \i Is ' «? ? And naa stnner to Korthem tort, tmtj attauU Tasdaf.

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COLONIAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 13 February 1864

COLONIAL NEWS. Br the Telegraph, steamer, we have colo nial papers to the latest dates. NEW SOUTH WALES. From the provincial' telegrams in the S.U. Bend?* issues of the 6th and 6th instant. we extract the following intelligence : — A great meeting was held last night in the hall of the Mechanics' Institute, Goul burn. More than three hundred persons were present, and resolution* were passed unanimously, strongly condemnatory of the tariff. In two honrs, about 600 persons signed the petition, against the tarift (6th inst.) The annual meeting of the Newcastle Church Society was held yesterday, at East Maitland. The Lord Bishop presided. The report showed an increase of £254 for the fond. The Bishop entered into a lengthy explanation of the church endowment scheme for the diootise. The m«eHng m* well attended, anB terminated at a late bonr. Heavy, rain today. (West Maitland, 5th inst.) . A large meeting was held here last night, when a resolution was passed by an immense majority to pe...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 13 February 1864

?VIDEWOBSHAIISCBAUAB'liiaiiaR^rsoeialaad poatfcalorjmo. ItbtUtm Ins gnat dotlsf lor tUt oatanuy . rich and toulOnl land; and it aljo Inltens that -niamig to coottibate to fommtdlT to tbe apted- attabmHst' at that HmIIiij as ^anVHi awHigit all aootions m*** filaawa^ rtUMWfU. SUsaadniiaUaiiialihaa^ranalM. to.ibCtad-«Contrr. . ?:^'n^.\ I ? B Mkn *tb- OoUtttaUm «r th- ^«w- wha» «4rlnt-^«M,faqr denkaMkaa dlmi ft*»aetioo,tetKl*It- mwaUljr the aotafitbh; *-« eoaaHoa that -nalt l» derhBi. K«B lhnufciii, gpaals n» XacnaHratlun ta. Va lattgtifr ?a* oapoaiatlcnBaicatalt, axnpt saoh aa anaco **?& bjrJto am adaptatlMi aad snwth. Jt wOl «ndoaaiqaattr«fMfacto«rth*lsa^fQt1miIar «^awla^wl»waia^.la«att-a^t.-Mi.awM, a«)M«l O»i**mtk*m w7 IWiwHaj'S ?BdmfdrltaewferflMircIaaL BwUanfactcnsaiBkdasitjrwIwlBacsa OlSta or ja-OaaiwlHwi, anyt «r -fiuc^rlf Mfam« Jaaa, J«wm««»«-a-aWa-fna»»ii»i'tb*-w-Br gunl. asasaMaaditsaanmerira'ta at th* aanta at dvunnacvM tfaeran nUktab OtmH wua , jtWiii^tfymr ini.mnfwf...

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POLICE COURT. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 12. Before the Police Magistrate. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 13 February 1864

POLICE COURT. Fbidat, Febboabt 12. Before the Police Manstrate. Ellen Stanley v. Peter Hallam.— Mr. Chubb, who appeared for the plaintiff, asked for judgment in this case. Mr. Batho, for the defendant, argued that as there was another summons for illegal detention, he would ask the Bench to reserve iudement until it was tried. Hallam was fined £10, and £4 10s. and 4d. costs. Mr. Batho gave notice of appeal, and asked for three weeks time, in order to pay the fine. After a long deliberation, it was decided that the fine should be paid within one week, or in default three months in Brisbane gaol. Henry Alphen was brought up nnder the charge of being in an unsound state of mind. A medical examination was gone through by Dr. O'Doherty and Rowlands in the jnry-room of tho Court House ; they re commended him, as being in an unfit state of taking care of himself, to be sent to the Asylum fur protection. By turns he became very excited, and then facetious. In the lattei- mood be noticed Mr....

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WEEKLY CALENDAR. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 13 February 1864

WSEKLT CAUENDAB. w^_ ,«i S'' ^^ *foo»* OTghirater '~~~' n.K. n.ai. n.T. n. hj«. u. Satnrdar— IS * W *** 6 3 2 f 2 48 UmAil ? 15 ttt 0 41 73 34540 Tnead-T ? « *-8 eM 83 4 3f 4 66 Weam»«d»y_17 6 40 « 38 93 6 20 S 45 ffhrnndiy _18 S 49 (38 10 3 6 12 0 40 tttUxj ? IS 6 60 6 38 113 74T30

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IPSWICH. Friday, February 12. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 13 February 1864

IPSWICH. (rBKIC ODE OWS COBBBSPONDKKT.) Friday, February 12. I Ait happy to infurm you that the weather is now becomiug fine again, and that things begin to assume a brightening aspect. To- ' day has opened out with a strong sun, ac companied by a refreshing lively breeze, which, if it continues, will very 6oon dry up the mads that are now, as is usual in saeh weather, quite impaBs&ble. There is still between four and five feet of water crossing the Three Mile Bridge, on the road between Ipsnich and Drayton. The mail from Drayton, iu consequence of the floods, did not come in to Ipswich till about eleven o'clock to-day, being due since Wed nesday evening. There was consi derable anxiety in the town for the safety of the driver, inasmuch as it was apprehended that be attempted to cross the swollen creeks, and, like many other hapless beings, got engnlphed in the raging stream. The Bremer has already fallen between four and five feet, and is still subsiding to its wonted level...

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The North Australian. SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 13, 1864. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 13 February 1864

% ffortjr gtistyaUatt. SATURDAY. FEBRUARY 13. 186*. It is satisfactory to be able to turn occasionally from defective and dis agreeable public adminiBtration to praiseworthy efforts by individuals, and by small bodies of influential co lonists to develope tbe resonrces of the the .combined action of » few men of energy and standing can be concen trated on any project of general utility, the difficulties which are usually to be encountered are carefully estimated, and the wiob^s of surmounting thetn considered and provided for. The character and ability of the originators of an undertaking have very justly much weight in determining its success with the public. The object and the advantage to be secured may be fully admitted, and the necessity for imme diate operation be conceded ; but if a /doubt obtain ^ as to the good faith, lability, or caution of the projectors, the scheme will not meet with sup port, and the preliminary proceedings are so mnch time and money wasted. .Let the sp...

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EPITOME. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 13 February 1864

EFHOME. The condition of the Brisbane Hospital for the month ending January 31st is as follows :— Remaining in on the last day of the year, 10 pay and 73 paupers, — £6 in tolo. Since admitted, 11 psy and 44 paupers — 55 ui toto ; or grand total, 21 pay, and 107 pau per. Discharged. 10 pay aud 21 pauper. Died, 2 pay. and 3 pauper. Remaining. 9 pay and 93 pauper ; or 102 tn tolo — or 19 over and above the number last month. Mr. Massie. our newly appointed Police Magistrate, has altered the hour of the sitting of the morning court from 10 o'clock a m. to 9 o'clock a.m. Mr. B. P. Whitworth, of the firm of Greville and Bird, was seriously injured by a severe fall from his horse while riding iu the neighborhood of BreakfhEt Creek on Friday evening, 5th instant. Mr. Panter, wholesale and retail coafec ioner, of South Brisbane, sustained a severe fall from bis horse, (the same day) but, fortunately for himself, received no material injuries. Dr. Arthur Cass received a tes timonial from the ...

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Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVAL. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 13 February 1864

[?] - ': ? ABBIVAL. . Tslbsbais, steamer. Captain A. Coote, ?torn Sydney. 700 tons. Passengers— Mr. and Mrs. framing, servant, and four chil dren. Captain and Mr». Johnson, Mr. and Mrs. Walsh, Mr. ana Mrs. Tomlinson. ICn -Bynes, Messrs. A. Mackenzie. A. Heath f «ote, J, Berucastle, G. Caird, H. Tryartha , Monfort, Seiway. H. O. Williams. A. Jones, Melntosh. P. «ardew. Peny, J. Game*, H. Missing, and «4 in the steerage. ? - ? HKPAB3DLTBC8* February 11.— Unknown, schooner, 41 .tons. Captain Howard; for Maryborough. ' Kb passengers. ? - ?' ' ' ' borons. ' . : Telegraph, trim. Sydney: 8 cases fruit, Armstrong' and Keikle; 2 oases. AJ.& *Bank:l package, H. Bartley ; 1 bale, E. H. , Booth: S packages, Butler. Brothers, and Co ; A packages, J.W. Boston ; 20 quarter «ask« hraaay. Brabant and Co; 4. packages, 1 keg paint, F.B.Bbyse; 5 packages boots, 2 tins, I parcel nails, B. BaHy;- lease, W. A. Barton; 21 cases fruit, W. Brown ; 1 ?and, tody Bo wen; 4 bundles collars,*, bandies whe...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 13 February 1864

. KAH..6TKAMEE. . QWBBHKLiMB iSTKAir NAVldMTOB Co. 9^a39fc ^fPHE - HAIL STEAMER: 2KMKK&,jL; QTJEBN8I.AND. -will ' ' WWBHEb***? r°r HABYBOEODOH, - 'W'PTJOT|S_A« my wife, Mrs. MARY ^J- SDBB, is now liring apart from me, . *™-ont my' permission^ thereby Catjtion. ? ^peraona:*gaiost Tbosrho bar. att tctH Jtyflodttbo/farceiiovetap. - WILLIAM SUBE, _, . ' Spring Bm. . February igfli. ism. - OTICE of KEMOVAL.— BALLAN- TYNEaud MoNAB. Coachbuiiaers, «W 'to 'acquaint their customers ao3 ' (he public,, thai they *a*a' sow removed to their new premises in AlberKtreet, where I they intend to airy : on their business m-\ .. *Qtore. The increased extent, and' snibi- I - %ffity^these e»sb7eHbem to promise their j - ' -asppi*ters*heanvantaees of a large -a*1eo- 1 . tkmoT Vehicles of all kinds ^obtained fronV tfae largest, wholesale homes -in bath Mpfc 1 ' '''T? *°* Sydney,' aJ well as ,of their jo wn.] ; - nomUtotion; r -'' ? -~rJl: -? -- -???-. \' ?; * - j . «J of eyery description. ' ' 1 ....

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SYDNEY MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 13 February 1864

bydney markets. Wb give tiie following summary from the: 8. M. mftli of the 6th InstsnT:— Owing to the -tariff having interfered with the mercantile operations, business during the week, bas been anything bnt brisk. There is. however, still a fiur demand for goods for the neighbouring colonies of Queensland and New Zea land, which tends to relieve our mar kets of surplus stock. We subjoin tlie latest reports of the markets :— Flour U very' 6nn,andas stocks are small, prices are well maintained. ' Adelaide is quoted from £17 to £17 10s. per ton. The millers' quotations the same as last week. Wheat is firm at the advanced prices. liquids are exceedingly dull of sale, and. prices have a downward tendency. Ale in bulk is difficult to quit, large parcels having been offered much below the last quotations. Brandy dnli, and Kartell's quoted at ,3s. Bum firmer, and 30 o.p. worth 3s 3d to Ss 4d. Sngsrs are not so firm; some largo parcels of Mauritius sugars were offered at auction, but the p...

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Commercial Intelligence. NORTH AUSTRALIAN Office, Friday, 12th February. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 13 February 1864

? . - tfmnratfrial|nteUigHitt. Nobtb Adstbauah Office, Friday, 12th February. We have the Sallowing note of the prices current from one of the wholesale mer Ale of good brands is always in fob de mand, there being some very good parcels of October brew of Messrs. Allsopp and Sons offered at £6 16s. to £7; other brands realize from £6 to £6 ips- Porter is not ao mnch asked Ear, there being less demana goring tiMs^ntxeastn. and rales bomJUto '3E6 Tea, ?'.?'??? Braadies are Tory dull of sate. Urge stocks being on hand and expected to. arrive. MartoU, 10s. and 12s.; Hennessy, 10s. and 12s. ; Cloniean, 9s. -and 10b. per callon, an the fitvorite brands, and command a fair price. Other inferior qualities are almost unsaleable. Bum baa advanced about 3a. per gallon, and, is likely to remain firm for som time, the shipments from home being almost stopped, finest West India, 28to30o.p-,is4s.to4s.6d. - Gehzva. is in fair demand. Bell brand and- anchor brand is worth about 18s. per ease. Old To...

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CORRESPONDENCE RACK OF THE GUAGES. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 13 February 1864

OORBESPONDBNOB BAOB OP THE XiUAQEg. ere,— 1 have heard, but cannot say how true «t may be. Chat a most exciting match is likely to take place, soon after tho next meeting of Parliament for £20.000 and the Championship of the Gnages. the partieulani of which I furnish below, as far as I can ob tain them : — The match is to be one of foot-ball, and tin caurse to be gone over from Ipswich to *e flj?9 Liverpool Hasge. a distance of about 20 ml.es. The entries for this affair ere as yet only two. but fmm tho known qualities of the men. good sport may be reckoned on. The first to enter was Mr Three Feet Six, of Ipswich; and as he - heavily backed by Mae the Consistent and his confreres, many are disposed to look at his chance as first-rate. The other entry is Mr. Four Feet Eight and a-Half; and so confident is he of winning, that his backers have agreed to his giving Throe Feet Six One mile start. From the athletic frame, superior breadth of beam and well-known bottom and endurance of Fou...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 13 February 1864

FosxuBZ-mjJHO. — A gipsy woman, one day. foretold to a youne French girl, in the island of Martinique, that she was destined to become as Empress, and mother of a race of Kings and Emperors. The girl's -name was Josephine Taseher de la Pagerie. She subsequently married ib* KaMut a= Bwiundi, fcy whom she had a son called Eugene and a daughter called Horteose The Viscount died and the widow became the wife ofNsDoleon the First, who after wards yHiscarded her. But her. -daughter Hortensc married Napoleon's brother, boats, to whom she bore a son.' Charles 'Louis Napoleon borji on the 20th April, 1808. This man is now Emperor of the 'French. The son of Josephine, Eugene ie Beaubar naia, married Agasta A'mnlia, daughter of the1 King of Bsvaris. 'They had six chudren : the eldest, afoks ox fjeocnteuberg, married the daughterof the late Tzar Sieho las; the second, Josephine HaximHienne,. married the Kins; of Sweden; the third, Josephine Napolenne, marripd the sover eign prince of HohenaVDUe...

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ELECTION OF ALDERMEN. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 13 February 1864

ELECTION OF ALDEBMEN. Oh Thursday, at noon, the official declara tion of the poll was made at the Council Chambers, when the result, as published in out Thursday's issue, was announced. The successful candidates— Messrs. Edmonstone. Jeaya, and Petrie— were the first called upon to express themselveB on the OCCa aNtl. Mr. Eohoebtohc was loudly cheered upon rising, and returned thanks to the rate payers for having placed him at the head of the poll ; not so much for the honor con ferred upon him, but because it was the strongest expression they could give that all parties and the public at Urge thus testi fied to the satisfaction he had given them ; bad he proved derelict to his duties, they assuredly would not have placed him in the honorable portion lie then occupied. {Hear, hear.) In returning thanks to the rato payers, he stated his intention of persever ing in the same policy. Alderman Jeatb, who was also cheered, thanked the latepavera who had voted for him, and those who had vo...

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FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 12. Before the Police Magistrate. DRUNKENNESS. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 13 February 1864

VatBMX, Febboast 12. ' Before the Polioe Magistrate. DBOKKSSHK88. Chm&m Smyth, drank and disorderly, was fined 80s. Jwes Evans and Jane Evans, his wife, won -a*eh fined 10s. for disorderly eon Asne Coyles was fined IOs. for drunken BBSS. BBOCGBT UP ON SUSPICION ' Rosy MHilone, brought up on suspicion of stealing a gold brooch at Bockhatnpton, was iremanded until this day for farther evi dence. SEOUGBKT DBXCTHO. Andrew Spurt was charged by Bobert :Bamsey H'Eenzie, Esq., with negligent ?driving. The prosecutor stated that the ac ?eused was driving a spring cart at a rapid . :rate,andwb.enturniogtiiecornerof£dward atreet, at its intersection with Queenstreet. -a child was knocked down by the vehicle and narrowly escaped being run over. He did not desire to press the charge, neither could lie swear to the identity of the prisoner. Cautioned and discharged. . : jnapjoi ???iMii' * 'T1 ~ Otbaw X«ec*»B Hoed £1, or 14 days' im ???*' -prisonmont, on the above charge. BREACH OP TDWH8 P...

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YESTERDAY'S CRICKET MATCH. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 13 February 1864

YESTERDAY'S CRICKET MATCH. Tan match played yesterday, on the ground near the Reservoir, between the Ipswich Club and the Brisbane Victorians, com menced at one o'clock. There was a fair attendance of spectators, and the Victorians went in first. They scared as follows :— VICT0K1AXS — FIBST I5NIKGS. Chase, bFoden ? 17 Aldis. b Waterson ? 2 Lansley, bFoden ? 0 Costin. b Waterson, c Forbes ? 4 Wilkie, b Foden, c Jobbins ? 0 M'Kish. b Foden, c Eldridge ? 15 Oldham, b Foden ? 6 Jacobs, b Waterson, cjobbins ? 32 Board, bFoden ? 0 Ryder b Waterson ? 9 Fowles. not out ? 3 Wides ? 6 Byes ? 7 99 At the conclusion of the first innings by the Victorians, they invited their Ipswich brethren to an excellent lunch, which was got np in first-rate style by Mr. IV*. H. Moon. Colonel O'Connell presided at tho head of tho table, and (ha following toasts warn proposed and drank with due eclat; — ' The health of the Prince and Princess or Wales,' by Colonel O'Connell. It was drank with three cheers. ' T...

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DEATH OF THE SHERRIFF. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 13 February 1864

DEATH OF THE SHERIFF. Oob community were startled by a rumonr prevalent yesterday afternoon, that Mr. William Anthony Brown, Sheriff of Queens land, and late Police Magistrate, Brisbane, was dead. Upon enquiry, the report proved correct. Mr. Brown, who had been pre viously ailing for some time past, expired at a quarter-past one o'clock. He came out direct to Sydney during the time that Earl Grey was the Colonial Secretary. The Go vernment of England had determined to establish a new penal colony, to be called North Australia, with the capital at Glad stone, Port Curtis. Major George Barney was sent out as Governor, and Mr. Brown received the staff appointment of Sheriff. They remained some tim6 there until a change in the home Government, when orders arrived from Great Britain to aban don the new colony, and the various officers were placed under the auspices of the New South Wales Government to be provided with positions as opportunity occurred, tn the year 1818. U» oSee «* -OUrk ...

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