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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 27 February 1864
mail steamer. Qozeseusd Steam Nayigatios Co. SagaPZL IT1HE MAIL STKAMEB ^JVMOs^ J- QUEENSLAND, will iroSffl^ leave for MARYBOROUGH. *»twnrt GLADSTONE, and ROCK HAMPTON, on TUESDAY, March 1 . JOttK STEPHENS, Secretory. I - - ? I ?jfctitts- ? NOTICE oT REMOVAL.— BALL AN TYNE ul McNAB. Coachbuilders. beg to acquaint their cnstomors sad the j public, that' they !i*ve now removed to ] their new premises in Albert-street, where j they intend to carry on their business in j fntnre. The increased extent and suits- j M!ity of these enable them to promise their I supporters the advantages of a large selec- j ' tion of Vehicles of all kinds obtained from J the largest wholesale houses in bath Mel. j bourne and Sydney, as well as of their own j construction. t I They wish particularly to draw attention I to the stock which they Trill always have on j hands of American Baggies, Waggons, &c^ i of every description. j In giving the above, notice, they avail I with pleasure the opportunity ...
MARYBOROUGH. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 1 March 1864
MA RYROROTTaiT. (From the M, Chronicle. Feb. 18.) In reply to a numerously signed petition for the opening up of a road to the Agricul tural Beserves, Maryborough, the following reply has been received.: — Department of Lands and Works, ? Brisbane, Feb. 2, 1864. Gentlemen, — In reference to a petition addressed to bis Excellency the Governor, I am desired to state that the Engineer of Boads has been instructed to report thereon, and on receipt of such' report the result will be communicated to you. I have the honor to be, ' . Gentlemen, Tour most obedient servant, A. O. Hkebbbt. lieutenant J. Jeffery. BJJ., Messrs. Gladwen and Greatiiead. A. W. Melville, Eijq, and other gentlemen signing the pe tition. From conversation with the Town Sur veyor, we' learn that the cost -of the Kent street improvement is only at the rate of £7000 per mile, and not £13,000 as stated by ' Anti-Humbug' in our last issue. The Town Surveyor further informs us tbat the drainage of tlie allotments on the pro...
THE BURNETT. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 1 March 1864
9 THE BURNETT. (From the Burnett Arena. February 22.1 The following communication with which we have been favored, will show that all prospects of obtaining an immigration depot in Gayndah are at an end. We are, never theless, glad to find that our honorable mem bers, Messrs. Eliott and Mackenzie, are still at their post, and watching o'er the interests u* iu«wj uiBuicta. iney are uoing an cnat, under present circumstances, they can do; we can desire no more. It is, however, very evident that the want of an immigration depot in Gayndah is severely felt by all the squatters in the district, despite that Mr. Herbert may imagine to the contrary. In reply to the representatives of tlie mem bers for the district, the Colonial Secretary states that a 'strong feeling exists in other districts which contribute more largely to the revenue, tbat the ports north of Brisbane have been receiving more than their du eshare. I would further invite your attention to the fact that the Districts of Wi...
PROVINCIAL NEWS. DARLING DOWNS. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 1 March 1864
PROVINCIAL NEWS. DABLING DOWNS. (From tin V. D. Gazelle. Feb. 25.) Inconsequence, of the mysterious policy adopted by some of the members of the Dalby Municipal Council, in resigning their seats immediately after the election of a Mayor, another election will take place oi Wednesday, the 2nd March, the nomination having been held yesterday, when the fol lowing candidates wen brought forward, »;* liTnure -Vdin S vdnev. ifiamnel ' Gihsan. James Howtin, M.D., C. D. Eastaugbffc, J. C. Low, B. Sexton. A. P. Gaylor. E. M. Wuth,M.I-^ and George Holmes. From a correspondent in Boma, we learn that then have been very great floods in this quarter, five feet and npwards of water in some of the bouses. 'Fever, ague, and diarrhoauMe beeu very prevalent, and, in fact from the position which it has been placed, it would seem that fever and ague are likely to become staple commodities in. the township. A robbery lias bean -per- petratedat4beHannoa Hotel, from which a cash box con taining £400 was a...
MONDAY, FEBRUARY 29. Before the Police Magistrate. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 1 March 1864
Moxdat, Febbuabt 29. Before the Police Magistrate. Alexander Cameron, a new arrival from Sydney by the Telegraph, steamer, was charged with imbibing the exhilarating fluid too freely. After some short advice his ' worship discharged him. John George was charged-with the same propensity. Discharged, being the first William Kelly, whose appearance gave the idea of nis-faaving lately sojourned in the bush, was charged with this natural ten. dency. On William being asked h? he was guilty, said he bad only partaken of three glasses of rum, and was at a loss to under stand why so Blight a quantity should have, teen.' £he means, nf hut iwjpg: *r&Tff7 mbbVI quested to hand over the sum of 10s, or submit to 24 hours in the cells.
SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 27. Before the Police Magistrate. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 1 March 1864
? Satobdat, Fsbbcaby.27. Before the Police Magistrate. Patrick Shaw was charged with being drunk. His worship discharged him with a caution fot the future. Jobn Broderick, charged with being drunk and neglect of duty, was fined £5, or the usual alternative. George James G. William was charged with being drank ; being the first offence he was discharged. John Roberts was charged with the like behaviour, and met with the same leniency from tlie bench.
METEOROLOGICAL OBSERVATIONS. Taken at 9 a.m. (Per Electric Telegraph.)WIND AND WEATHER. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 1 March 1864
METEOEOLOGICAL OBSERVATIONS. Taken at 9 a.m. (Per Electric Telegraph.) WISD AHD WEATHEB. February 29.— Brisbane, S.E., raining; LyttoD, S.E., raining and blowing hard: Ipswich, S. BL, raining; Laidley, calm, raining; Toowoomba, S-E. raining heavily ; Drayton, S, raining ; Dalby, S.E_ raining.
IPSWICH. POLICE COURT. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY, 26, 1864. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 1 March 1864
IPSWICH. (FBOH ODE OWN COBRE8TOHDEST.) POLICE COURT. Fsidat, Febbdabt, 26, 1864. Patrick Kelly, charged with being drunk, pleaded not guilty, and in extenuation stated that he was only stupid, in conse quence of being aroused from an open air slumber, induced by fatigue. Having had the privilege which very few are allowed to boast of in the Ipswich Police Court— of be ing a good character — he was cautioned and discharged. William Jones, for indecent exposure of us person, fined *5 or two months in Bris bane Gaol.
CORRESPONDENCE. ON THINGS IN GENERAL, AND SMALL BEER IN PARTICULAR. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 1 March 1864
COBBE8PONSECTOE: ON THINGS IN GENERAL, AND SMALL BEEB IN PABTICOLAB. Sib, — It must be obvious to tlie most casual observer, that the Archon does not by any means receive that amount of attention and eclat in Brisbane that he does at Ipswich. The truth is, that the people here don't know him so well as you do down below ; and it is, tbereforo, with a view of giving his Serene Highness a little wholesome ad vice that I claim admission to your columns for the following remarks. Some few months ago the names of a number of gentlemen living in and around Ipswich were presented by his wise men to the great luminary, with a view to their being placed on the new Commission of the Peace. The Archon objected, on the ground, principally, I believe, tbat some of them were retailers «r shopkeepers; but, be they his own Soda water and Lemonade when he pays Brisbane a visit, with a view to do publicans and sinners, on the road and at the accommodation house where he nuts up, out of 3d. per bottle...
No title [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 1 March 1864
?THE SOBXH AU6TE ALIAS' ia apotd j oociil mnd ,KA!Hc«Ia«u-. ItheUeiemtaxgiataeanylottSii. .natonUr . rich «nd bewUfol Und ; and It aha' beUeras , that ' nothing . on tontribnto n pomtaHj to the spcaay attatnmtnt of tost dtaUnf u onion amongst all' seeUooi and elana cfUsins^e. Sbtannloa U «tUIn«W« onljon out condition— Bqarilly of BigtbL Xhe ' SoaxB Assxu. tua»wBI,Uiere&«vM -wril for the sdnneonmt of B» tolooT. « tw«a»«i« trindpte to inWnifcally jolt, adnots eqnml aril, Bdlgioau. and Political BigstsfbralleolODlste, irrapectiTe oteraj eonddent* tan u to Cned or Courtly. ; - It btDcrei' the CongtitaUon of UiB colony what IMr^intolireted.fnUf dCTdo^ -pf tWlMii JB»S«F**!ffllBSn*1Bm!*eoanfmieTi»«-L B will, thmfcre, uphold the ConstituHoo ia its (ntegrity ud'ojvoKandisnEa in It, «xo»j* aaeh ?» an«ro i)«d -bj \\* mm adaptaSoa and gnmth. It wflV BoadonafiiaUr ,U«,«ateU .-of th« .fodlcait Imlle of «*4ywjMWoaU bring «li*»m;to a ?taadarltc Bdthtaadf-.^inattnlietentionl of the natthyto ...
WEEKLY CALENDAR. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 1 March 1864
VnsXBVt CAUENDAfi. m**CBJSH- bu. ana. AajL ^.r. - ' ' B.M. B.K. B.T. II. V.la. V Taadar __ 1 * 67 6» 22 3. 3 60 1 14 iradBeaOa.y_ S CS8 «2S' S3 43CS0 Thoradmy .. S 6 S8 '«»:. St s 5 2* Sis Friday ? ? 4 i » «S8 S5 3 6 15 7 40 Saturday ? 6 B 0 * 25 363 7 6 7 31 Boadtj ? « « I 6 24 2J 3 SO S24 Monday ? 7 6 2 623 283 6 50 9 lo
MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 1 March 1864
MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. The usual fortnightly meeting of this Conn, cil was held yesterday afternoon, at three o'clock. Present— His Worship the Mayor, Aldermen Hockings, Martin. Pettigrew, Mayne, Edmondstone. Petrie,and Brookes. The minutes of the last meeting having been read and approved, the Town Clerk The Hon. the Colonial Secretary, Sir, — I du myself the honor to acknow ledge the receipt or your letter of this day's date in reply to mine of tbe 17th instant, touching a grant of land alleged to be mad* or in progress of being made to the proposed Gas Company. In reply I beg to observe that this Coun cil, when they addressed the Government for the information, did so with the belief that if the Government bad the ability to afford it they would do so. By this letter I perceive that tbis infor mation is in the power of the Government, I therefore renew the application. . - Tbe action of gentlemen in their private capacities it would be manifestly irregular for the Council to know, un...
The North Australian. TUESDAY, MARCH 1, 1864. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 1 March 1864
C^e gloi^ gustraliaii. TUESDAY, MARCH 1, ISC*. A pabtt without a policy is a rope of sand. . With an nnscmpulous Ministry at its head, it has the glutinous con nection which attaches all corruptible matter. In jua Opposition there is no bond, unless there is a concord of opinion, not only upon what is to do, bnt also upon how it is to be done. In such a case much depends upon the sub ject and more upon the manner in which it is treated. ' Now, what is the policy of the Opposition at the present juncture t In past Sessions it has been thetactic of the Government to taunt the mem bers on the opposite side that their policy was merely negative ; and we are really unable to do other than ad mit '. that there was a great deal of justice ia the accusation. In giving wflWfreRheTeRvjf the Speaker were not true to the historical traditions of party, in the patriotic sense of the term, or to* the con stitutional spirit of parliamentary conflict. It rested with them, when objecting, to show so...
Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 1 March 1864
' : ^-W*% gofcHpa /.:: . -ABBIYAtS. - .*-.« -FsBBrjAXY. 28.— Yarra Yarra, steamer, 600 t.:. tons. Captain ChatSeld, from Sydney Feb .,.cj;«ary24. Passengersfor Brisbane:— Mr.l-. I £SW£Mttrrille, Mn. Somerrille and 3 children, Mr. A. Somerville, jnnr., Mre. Kelly, Messrs. 5. E.-Seott, J. A. Dittn, Heischmn, C-r r - -Smith, PhUnot, and 49 in the steerage- For ..-.. URd* Bay:— Mr. George .Howard. Mrs/ Howard and 4 children. Hiss Good win. Mrs G.H.Xnmt, Mrs. Jones, Mrs. Plnmmer, Mr. TV. Plnmmer, Master Ponan, and 8 in, -, .-the steerage, . . ? - - February 88.— James Paterson, steamer, 1000 tons. Captain Harley, torn Bockbamn ...- -ton.Jtb* aW» instant. ? ?? ? February 29.— Louisa Maria, schooner, 40 tons. Captain Garde, from Maryborough, with 82,400-feet of sawn timber, consigned r. to VT. Pettigrew. ^^ ,,,-?-*??-??;.; ': DKPABTOKE. ,. ? , .rehroary 28.— Oorafci, Bchooner, 89 tans. Cant.' Foreman, for. the Bichmond Biver, in ^r .^JMllsst* ^ Ko passengers* tT, : JMiraary 88.— Coflaroy. ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 1 March 1864
gfriggmg gMttrfistnttnto. ? TrQII, STEAMER. ? ' ; Qdebbclutd Steak Satioatios Co. v; *sa%3v. irons mail steamer ?'WGm&fc^jL -ITJBBNSLAND. . will -? ' tmBBP ma***0*0.?^ SSX0E3IB GLADSTONE, and ROCK HAMPTON, on TUESDAY. March 1, JOHK STEPHENS, Secretary. ?? ...lyititti VroTICE of BBHOVAL-— BALLAN- N T*NB «a McNAB. CoaebtoHders, be* toaoquaint their customers and the .nUic, that they have now '™?Te». to . Jtoir^ew prwntaM in Albert-street, where sbev intend to carry oq their business m . ^nL-Tbe increased extent ana suita In1itv.of»heseenebletnem to promise then .- *nnnorters the advantages of » large sele SSfrf^icl-iof rilHoa. obhunea fr ^ the largest wholesale nooses i»m«i' fci. tamroeW Sydney, as well a. of their OWB ?'^y^tpwttcnlulytotow at- ^^ . tolfce stock which they will always t,nto . land* «f American Buggies. Wagg ^^ &(^ - otevery description. In, giving the-above sot**, they avail : -with pleasure the opportunif - ft .ffordg '-.:*? thank. *mr former fner ^ f...
SYDNEY MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 1 March 1864
[?] ta^0tB)IHK^SIB9^mE%jamy to the itffinWmo. The Customs' Bill (says the S.M. BertOd of the 24th Febrnary) was rejected by the Legislative Council pn Monday evening, on the third reading, by a majority* of IS to 5. The tariff of 1852 is again in force. The duties -collected under the new tariff; and which have to be refunded, ate believed to' be about £11,000. A special general meeting of the share holders of the Australian Joint Stock Bank was held yesterday at noon. The alteration in the deed of settlement agreed to at the last meeting- having been confirmed, the election of a sixth director was rendered necessary; Mr. Hoffitt was elected without opposition, and a vote of thanks having been awarded to the chairman, Mr. G. Stabler, the proceedings terminated. Messrs. Bichardson and Wrench offered by auction the Urangaline Station and 28^00 sheep, on account of the executors of the late Henry Osborne, Esq. The attend ance was numerous, but the competition lacked spirit, and the pro...
Commercial Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 1 March 1864
€mmaii Intelligence. Ipswich Pboduce Befobt.— From G. H. Wilson and Co :— 20 bales wool. MLS; 22 ditto, G. Sandeman; 33ditto, PBL, &MCo. under,' in diamond; 29 ditto, 1, ditto skins, MLS; S ditto wool. BHH; 20 ditto, JMW; 22 ditto. Talgai; 12 casks tallow, 3 bales skins, TW 4 Co, -
CENTRAL POLICE COURT. SATURDAY. FEBRUARY 27, 1864. BEFORE the Police Magistrate. VAGRANCY. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 1 March 1864
CESTBAL POLICE OOUBT. 6ATCKDA-E. EbBEOABY 27, 1861. Betobs the PoUce Uagutrate. VAOBUrCY. Thomas Hme, a Chinaman, was convicted of vagrancy, and sent to gaol for one month. ' ?- ? '? -; OBSQEHE IAHGUAOB. ~ '; Alexander Bobinson was indicted fi-r. naingobseenelanguage in Queen-street, and ? ? - DBBmEDTKESS. , ? . , I - Join Eyrie and Edward Curran were fined 10a. each for drnnkenoets. ' , ' t- .'. , ' ' WtIBliT10BO»PBOPWlTT. .. ... ! JohnOrogan, employer rf George 8ha aow.^u indtcteaby inaUtbirJfer tmlaw- folly drtalMngttf pft»p«V» «*Wl *o «?♦ Mosdav, Febbc&bx 29, 1864. Before the Police Magistrate. DBUSKESKESE. Williani Callaghan, charged with having been drank and disorderly, was fined 40s. David Thompson was fined 40s., or forty* eight liours confinement for drunkenness. John Casey and George Anderson were each fined 10s. for a similar offence. - DISORDERLY CONDUCT. William Williams and William Hngbes, charged with having been fighting on Satur day night last, io Queen-str...