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THE GREAT PRIZE FIGHT. BETWEEN KING AND HERNAN. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 20 February 1864

THE GREAT PRIZE FIGHT. BETWEBK EXSG AKD HEEKAX. Lokdof. Thursday Night.-At Iength after .much disappointment, considerable deyelopement of tbe dodge faculty, and not a little titulating anxiety-has the great en counter for tbe tempting stake of £2000 come off. It wonld be impossible to give yon any, even the faintest or the meanest meagre, description, as this necessarily mnst be. of the intense excitement— an ex citement frequently on the verge of becom ing demonstrative— which prevaded all uiuwM, irom me wnite-gloved, Ean-de Colone. and exquisitely togged sprig of the upper ten thousand to the roughest rough of the costermonger or of tbe unques tionable portion of the vast community of this Leviathan city, for tbe last few days, anent this great international tourney of the manly art of self-defence, or, as onr plucky old Pretn. classically calls it 'the Isthmian Science.' Tbe prince of diplomacy couldn't have dogged better or more successfully: and if be had entrusted bis congres...

Publication Title: North Australian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
ENGLISH MARKETS. STATION PRODUCE CIRCULAR. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 20 February 1864

ENGLISH MABKETS. STATION PRODUCE OBCUULS. Mbssbs. Moeribok & Co. furnish the sub joined Beport of the English market for Station Produce for the months of Novem ber sod December, 1861 .-— Philpot Lane, London, 16th December, 1863. Sir, — At this time last year we remarked upon the satisfactory state of the produce markets, and the genera] vitality of trade which then prevailed in spite of the pros tration of tbe cotton manufacture. The same observations are still more applicable now ; for, in addition to the enforced idle ness of Lancashire, trade has to contend with a vary stringent money market and nevertheless continues active. On the 2nd November the Bank rate of discount which had previously stood at 4 per cent, wvJ^Bxpectedly raised to 5 per allowed W- stand long, fur in conseqnence of the continned exportation of the preci ous metals, a farther npwsrd movement commenced on tbe 2nd instant, when the rate was declared at 7 per cent, and on the very next day it was still...

Publication Title: North Australian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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EUROPEAN NEWS. (Continued from our last.) [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 20 February 1864

~-JS52££S4gl£ym&; ? ,. (now ODB OW» COBBESPOKDKHT.t (Continued from our but.) The news from Knoxrille has been very scanty. Bornside, it is true, has been re peating bis messages. 'Quite safe.' 'All right,' every day. Still it is certain Long street pressed him hard. - The half of KnnxvUle has been burnt abont his ears,' says a correspondent. 'How this came to pass we are not told, and this is all that we are told. It ufeud Longstreet had orders to act immediately under Bragg in the event of an attack by Grant. We are not yet sure whether Longstreet fully complied. The latest telegrams bring unofficial reports that be- bad raised the siege of Knoxrille on the 4th insU, was in retreat towards Bristol, pursued by Forster's cavalry, in conjunction with Sherman's. Meanwhile what are the great armies doing between Washington and Bichmapd ? All tbe world knew that Mcade had crossed the Rapidan with bis army. It was known that Lee gave up the entrenchments on the south hank of that...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
METEOROLOGICAL OBSERVATIONS. Taken at 9 a.m. (Per Electric Telegraph.) [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 20 February 1864

METEOEOUX1ICAL OUSKBVAilOwa. Taken afiuak fPer Electric Teleerapb.) Thursday. February 18?-5ydney, baro meter (corrected) - S0058.' thermometer (shade) 73*; direction of wind, N.N.W. ; orse of wiDd, 1 ; ctoud, 9 ; elondy. . Friday. Febmary,19.— Sydney barometer (corrected) 89 904; thermometer rfsfcmde) 53.0; direction of wind, E-N.E.; for» of wind, 1 : cloud 3 ; weather fine. .-

Publication Title: North Australian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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POLICE COURT. WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 17. Before the Police Magistrate and Loith Hay, Esq.,J.P. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 20 February 1864

POLICE COURT. Wkdhesdat, Febbuabv 17. Before the Police Magistrate and~Loith Hay, Esq., J.P. . Thomas Hill, a young man abont 17 years of age, a painter by trade, was brought np cliarged with drunkenness : being the first offence he was discharged with a caution. Thomas Haloney was brought np on remand from yesterday, charged with steal ing a bullock, the property of one William Henderson Mr. Maloney sold the bullock to John Cray, who killed it and sold the skin to G. H. Wilson and Co. J.Gray being sworn stated that he offered two bullocks for sale ; one was a red bullock, branded WH on rump and ribs ; the « vw«' Lpat °' leD*thways ; the other bullock, a red and white; be bought both bullocks for £17; he said,— Tommy, these are not your cattle, they have not your brands; he said, they are mine, for I bought them-I buy cattle with different brands. The receipt was here produced. I killed the bnllock on Satur day evening, and sold the hide on Monday to Mr. Wilson ; the hide now produc...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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WIND AND WEATHER. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 20 February 1864

WIKD Ain- WBAXHBB. « . . February 18.— Brisbane. S.EJ showery : LytUn. 6.1^ lUgbt rain Ipswich, 6.E, fine; Laidtey, E« fine : Toowoomba. calm, .dull; Drayton, dim. fine; Warwick, SJ),:ii»; Dalby, S-, dull. February 19.— Brisbane, S.E, find; Lyt ton, S-B, fine; Ipswich, calm, fine; Too woomba, calm, fine; Drayton, S.B., fine; Warwick, E, fine; Dalby. B, fine.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
IPSWICH. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 20 February 1864

IPSWICH. The following reports was in type for onr last issue, bnt were obliged to be crowded oat. The correspondence which should havo come to hand hut night was not forthcom ing when the usual application was made at the Post Office. MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. Monday, February 15. Present:— Tbe Mayor and a full Council. The Council met at three o'clock. Tbe minutes of the previous meeting were read and confirmed. A letter was read from Mr. D. M'Grath, asking for the levels of Brisbane-street, as he intended at once to commence building ; the application was made long since, and no satisfactory answer received. The Mayor informed the Council that no information could be given until the levels taken by the Town Surveyor were confirmed. After some conversation it was acreed nnnn tint the Improvement Committee should under take to confirm the levels taken and report that day fortnight. A letter was read from tbe Commissioner for Railways Office, requesting tbe C ?uncil to lay before m. certai...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
1864. Showing Daily Arrival and Despatch of Inland Mails. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 20 February 1864

[?] allowing Daily Arrival «nd^De«patcii V laland Mails. - 1-1 %i l-ii I ii i ii I lipjf|y|i| ii j g j| l|S |l [I* (I |l a S l|!!l U i ! fii iffT I '-5 M!i| pi ~if it! ; ; I Hi* %U Wit' II tt fit W - i jut II frfr III! s I I \i g 8 1 I g Is 3 ll ? And nail ?teamei to KortbMn F«U erar altcrnat* Tnodaj.

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MEMORIAL TO GOVERNMENT FROM THE QUEENLAND COTTON PLAN TERS. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 20 February 1864

MEMORIAL TO GOVERNMENT FROM THE QUEENLAND COTTON PLAN TEES. Not a little apprehension has been awakened of late among those who have occupied Crown Lands under the Cotton Regulations of 1861, owing to some differ ?— '' err*'1' '?' '?*?' ''niitraetton or the Cotton BaratetiaM, between the different members of the Government and tin parties referred to, and which difference of opinion, should it be acted on, wonld ruin the cotton cause of Queensland entirely, by requiring an investment- of capital that few could find themselves equal to. A memorial has therefore been addressed to the Governor and the Executive Council, setting forth these facts in txtmto ; and as the memorial has been printed, we shall take from it such passages as are necessary to a dear expla nation, and let them speak for themselves. It opens by introducing a letter from Mr. Thomas Ham, dated August 29, 1862, asking the Attorney-General's construction of the 5th clause -if the Cotton Ueculttiens. To this the follow...

Publication Title: North Australian, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 20 February 1864

- . * ? ? JEMmSSK ^«tt»&« TELBGBAPH; -nSKBAHS CAB O0MJ!«^K,jiP ''. - - J - ? ?»'?/? ?????R^ -v-t ;.y.'.1ll?frfBg'~- j I «~ T»BtOTATn5^Ai8 *X«PA*Y.-Wotiee 1 1 X- Ja hereby -given, Oat tin Deed of - - Settlement of this Company anw . lies I rtaAj faf exeentfoa 4* the SbanMRa* jfL street, Brisbane,. Solicitor, to the .abow £|f All persons -who do »c*. sign we TJeeoT will not bo entitled to rote at tiie ensu- 1 . ing election rf Directors, to take pUoelon i the 23rd instant. - I'l E. H. 8. BABBYMORK, t Hon. Sec. . -. OTICE of BKMOVAL— BALLANr- , TYNB and MeNAB. Coachhuilden, . ;.- bed to acquaint their customers and the, £ public that they hare now removed to* -* their new premises in Albert-street, where * (hey intend to carry on their frailness in :? fntare. The increased extent and suite- -, bility of these enable them to promise their supporters the advantages of a large selec ? ? tion of Vehicles of all Unas obtained from * the largest wholesale booses in b»th Mel- ,Z bonrn...

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Commercial Intelligence. NORTH AUSTRALIAN Office, Friday, 18th February. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 20 February 1864

ComracrriHl |nttIQgnut. Nobth AcsTBiixur Office, Friday. 18th February. The late alteration in the weather, coupled with the recent arrivals of stock (although , of a limited nature), have in some slight degree given an improved tone to our home markets ; yet. generally speaking, business has been dull for want of buyers. There cent arrival of immigiants, will, it is to be hoped, erase a considerable reaction in trade, and enable us to give a more favorable re port of the future. Flour continues firm ; Adelaide is selling at £19 10s. to £20 10a, but the stocks are very limited. Notwith standing hreadstnfts bave a d6wnward ten dency, and liquids are sadly behind hand for want of buyers, oar large houses report very slow sales dnring the last tew days, and look forward to doing a greater ?»'* of business during the ensuing week. Some of the secondary stores appear to have been busy, and report they have not much to complain of. but the market is now more active. Flour has been in grea...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVAL. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 20 February 1864

5^tng litttlligtRct. ' r . ABBTVAS. - February 18.— Wave of Lib, schooner. 73 tons. Captain Hiinuh, from Sydney. B.S. Warry, agent. FeUtnary 18.— Oorakl, schooner, 89 ton*. Captain Foorman, from Sydney 11th Feb ruary. T. Unmade, agent. February *8.— Gazelle, W,-26f- torn. Captafa-Wlittwen.froiii Adelaide. Passen ger—Mrs. Whitwett. . ? I-'- - ? ? ? ? ' DEPABXUBES. February 1&— OUrenee, steamer, 600 tons. Captain Mflknan, for Sydney. Pa» «eog«rs— Bev. Mr. and Mrs. Bailey. Hasten Itoache (2). Henn. B, Bamsay, G. Wilson, Hfllfling. H.Bramstan. S. Carton, and 17 in thaatierage; ' - onoBXE. Clarence, from Sydney: 1 box rivets, C. Alley ; S eases fruit, Armstrong and Meikle ; 3 oases auh weights and fastenings. Y. Bayse; 20 hogsheads beer, lease vegetables. N. Hartley; 2 cases. -. W. Buxtoa ; 1 aide, 1 pair shafts, Tbundle hoop sticks. Box and . 8oa; 2 lean tatter, 16 eaMasardinea, Bra bant and Co; 5 packages boots, B. BaUey and Co; 16 packages frnit, J. Brown; 16 packafasfent, &am...

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FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 19, 1864. Before the Police Magistrate. DRUNKENNESS. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 20 February 1864

FmoAT. Febbcabt19. 1864. Before the Police Magistrate. DWTKKKKHE6E. William Fairfax, charged with being drunk and disorderly and also with fnrionn nding. He pleaded guilty to the double offence, and was fined 10s for drunk enness and £2 for furious riding. Elizabeth Swayne, a planet, revolving around the police court and periodically gravitating into contact with it. was charged as usual with being slightly top heavy. . ° '» * r Sergeant Galway. who arrested her, said she was stupidly drunk and sitting on the footway at the time. Fined 40*., with the alternative or 48 hours free board and lodg ing, which alternative she accepted. THfiSATESIBG LAHGUAOB, John Smith was charged by Henry Drake, lessee of Kangaroo Point Ferry, with using threatening language to him. Tlie defen dant had been lately in the employ of Mr Drake, and after been discharged persisted tn annoying pessengera by the ferry. The prosecutor further deposed that the prisoner stood in front of his house and told him (Dr...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
CENTRAL POLICE COURT. THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 18. Before the Police Magistrate. DRUNKNNESS. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 20 February 1864

CENTRAL POLICE COURT. Thobsdat,- Fbbbuabt 18. Before the Police magistrate. DBDHKBlfNESS. Andrew H. Vaiker and Charles Edward MoUram were fined 10s ecu for drunken ness. INDEOeST ASSAULT. William Scott, an old man who bu spent most of an unimproved and useless life, was indicted for the above offeoee on the person of. a young girl. He was convicted and sentenced to imprisonment in Brisbane gaol for a term of six calendar mouths.

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SYDNEY. February 18. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 20 February 1864

6TONEY. February IS. (TUBOUan GBSVUXE AHD BIBD, KEDTEm'S AGENTS.] The Legislative Council has expnnged the following articles from the Tariff: — Furniture, boots, shoes, saddlery, and har ness. The Newspaper Bin has passed a second reading by a majority of fourteen to two. , February 19. The wool market is nnalterea. The price of fat cattle is £3 3s. fid. Sailed — Telegraph for Brisbane yester day ; the Tarra Tarra sails on Monday. Sugars remain stationary in prioe. Low priced and medium teas are being most sought after. Tobacco is in good request A large business is being done in Colonial. Ameri can leaf is selling at from 4s 6d to 6s. Brandies an low. A reduction in rates is slowly going on. Cigars are setting freely, Havana at 74s Costado at 65s. - Cordage— Heavy Manila rope. 46s; me dinm. 42»; half and three-quarter inch, 655. Candles of foil weight are selling from Uiloli. Coffee, Is in bond. There is slow sale for Plantation. Beer in bulk is still declining: there is a demand ...

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MELBOURNE. Thursday, Feb.18. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 20 February 1864

MELBO0ENE. Thursday. Feb. 18. The second reading of the Land BUI has been gone through. Teas firmer. Floor market qniet. Friday, February 19. The Land Bill is going rapidly throngh Committee. Wool sales quiet.

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NOTES AND NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 20 February 1864

NOTES .A^NTS HSWi8. To-day, at one o'clock, commences an nn. usually interesting cricket match, at the ground near the reservoir, in which the first eleven of the Victorians pit themselves against any twenty-two of the same dub. The odds being two to one will render a triumph of the minority no easy task we are ai.r-o.ea totblnau We admire anch notches, howww.fcrtfcey stnanUte a proper aaxbi tioa,~tbe achievement- of which fnjoret so nun. Cricket is a science, and one so well Attained by (ha All-England Eleven, that they can triumphantly shoulder their bats and walk the universe without fear of «om petion. The eleven wiH be W. O.Macnish, Fowtes, Aldis,WOkie, Eider, Lansly, Court. Costin, Jacobs, Chase, Sircom. The twenty* two wiH lie chosen from J. C. Oldham, J. A. Board, Layton, Mussin, Barney, Cammingr, Kathawson, Hodge, Jones, Heeney, King, WnW^, frn»-niV'-. J. *r^-n{«ii, Connelly, BoKns, Lyons. -Bojwe. Beer, Hall, Kent, and Matthews^ Wickets are to be pitched at one o'clock shar...

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ADELAIDE. Feb 19. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 20 February 1864

ADELAIDE. Feb. 19. The English Mail doses at noon on tbe ?2fi0i.

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WEEKLY CALENDAR. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 20 February 1864

irBXBXT CAXEHDAK. _.„.„. Sra Sm llooi'a Blchwmtar VtatnaXTtv»k. b,^, 8cxs. Aob. Bar. H.M. B.K. B.«. B. M. U.M Satnrday ? 30 IB «37 1! 8 IW S9 wiUnj- ? * sss ess ii i «uiu

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 20 February 1864

«TUE KOttTlI iUSTRAUAK' « » purely «oeUl mad polldad organ. It edieraa is a great dertin j tor this BatozaUj Dct ul beanUfiil land; and it ?Ik fedfnv tli»t : m)Uil»g eaa contribute. *o fnmataUT to Hit «p»4y attalnnuDt ot that d«ttny u nDkw araoogrt all aecUou and etaoea of U« pooplo. Ttal« nnkm ia »U«iu«Wo only on one eonliUoa— Kfulitf of Kighta. Tbe ' Koars Aosru jut, adroeate eqcud aril, Rdigtou*, and Political Bight* for .11 colonlrta.lnwpeettre ofererj eoaaidva lon u to Cmd orConntry. It bdina Un' OoiutltaUon of tht colony who &Mylnt«f«««a,rBUjd«T«loped*n4 muowad bmutioa,tob- iu Its UbenUty Uk mat witaU* to our eoodiaoo thmt coal* to Oniaed. It win Ihecefon, uphold tbe Constitution in ita Intecritj and oppose all changes in it, except am* aa an pro duced by ita own adaptation and gnwlh. It wnl condemn eqwlly the «B6rta of the indigent lerellt of eociety who would lmnj aU down to * ?tandard b. TOlthtaMK; and the pretontwo* of the wealthy to nndoi priTllere. lor their daai...

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