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MONDAY, FEBRUARY 29, 1864. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 1 March 1864

Monday, Febbitabt 29, 1861. Before Mr. Justice i-utwyche and special juries of four. BABELEY V. BABVEY. This was an action on a dishonoured pro missory note for £69 9s. Id. Mr. Jones appeared on behalf of plaintiff, and the Attorney-General and Mr. lilley lor defendant. This was a similar case to the one decided on Saturday last in favor of defendant, wbo pleaded that at the time tbe promissory note was . dishonoured plaintiff, bad sufficient funds belonging to defendant to meet it. Mr. Jones expressed his intention to combat the pleas, and nnder the direction of bis Honor, a verdict was returned for de fendant, BAIKES ABD OTHEBE THOPE. This was an action to recover tbe sum of £236 5s. 4d, amount of freight for goods carried from' Liverpool to Moreton Bay by plaintiffs for defendant. , Mr. Lilley appeared for plaintimj, and the Attorney-General for defendant. It appeared from the defendant's plea that he had shipped a quantity «f machinery by. the sbip Bockhampton. from Liverpool to...

Publication Title: North Australian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
CAPE OF GOOD HOPE. January 23. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 1 March 1864

CAFE OF GOOD HOPE. January 23. The ship Castle Howard has arrire4 in Sydney from London, having called at the Cape of Good Hope, whence she brings news np to the 23rd of January. NiBCISSUS. H. M. steamer Narcissus had captured tbe Confederate man-of-war steamer Tusca loosa. The Tuscaloosa was sister ship to the Mississippi and the Princeton, and was bnilt for the Federal Government abont ISIS. She was the vessel which some time since lay in wait off Portsmunth for the Confederate steamer Florida, but was after wards captured by the Confederate steamer Alabama, and has since sailed nnder tbe Confederate flag. Her commander pro tested strongly against her capture by the Narcissus, and the Cape Government re plied that they had acted under special in structions from (he Imperial Government. The Government, at the request of the American consul, holds certain goods of tbe Sea Bride's cargo until claimed by the owners. The Governor has gone to the frontier. Tbe telegraph line has been op...

Publication Title: North Australian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
AUCKLAND. February 13. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 1 March 1864

AUCKLAND. February 13. The Haories have fired on a party of soldiers who were bathing in tbe Mere Mere, and killed six of them. The soldiers fired npon the Haories in retain and killed twenty-four.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SUPREME COURT. SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 27, 1864. CIVIL SESSIONS. BEFORE Mr. Justice Lutwyche and a jury of four. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 1 March 1864

SUPBEME COCBT. Satoeday, Febbcabt 27. 1861. CrriL Sessions. BepOBE Mr. Justice Lntwycbe and a jury of four. Hartley v. Harvey.— His case was con tinued from Friday morning. It was an action for the payment of a promissory note for £177. The plaintiff and defendant were both examined at some length, and after counsel had addressed the Court, bis Honor summed up and the jury fonnd a verdict for defendant on the main issne. liad been adjourned until next sittings ; it was however proceeded with at the request of both parties. The action grew out of a dishonored promissory note, for tbe amount of £158 3s. 2d. Mr. Pring for plaintiff and Mr. Lilley for defendant. Tbe defendant bad paid into Court the sum ef £50 5s. 2i, and for the remainder he pleaded a set-off. The plaintiff denied there being any set off. . Tbe defendant, it appeared, resided at Bockhampton, and bad bad commercial transactions -with plaintiff for some lame past Early last year Jas. Bolger, Bartley's accountant, returne...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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NOTES AND NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 1 March 1864

3STQSB& ft Wim «iBBwaw»— at nine p.m. last evening we received an announcement from the Telsgraphic Office that Intercolonial communication was inter rupted between Glen Innes and Armidale. The delay in repairing the accident to tbe line was believed to have been owing -to the creeks baring risen too high for tbe line repairers to crust, steady rain continuing to uui in sue Armiaaie aistncc we are con sequently obliged to go to press without being able to furnish our readers with our usual telegraphic news for yesterday from the Southern colonies.' The Warwick Agricultural Beserve is to be extended. Tbe Ooventmtnt Gazette thus de fines its new limits : — ' Description of Extension of the Warwick Agricultural Beserve— 80.000 Acres.— Commencing on Swan Creek, at the junction of Jack Smith's Gully, and bounded thence on the south by Swan Creak upwards in an'easterly direc tion to a spot one mile below the Heifer Station, then fay a line parallel to Swan Creek, north-easterly fo...

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BATHURST. February 27. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 1 March 1864

BATHUEST. Febrnary 27. Dean Graht of Bathnnt dud on Tbnrsda* last, of diptheria.

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TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. [THROUGH GREVILLE AND BIRD, REUTER'S AGENTS.] SYDNEY. February 27. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 1 March 1864

Tyn-.Taraw a iggrn 35TJ3WS. {tubodoh gbbvxujc - ahd bibd. ueua'e A0ERT8.] SYDNEY. ?' ? ; - ' February 27. Business at present appears to be at a EUna-Btm. ??*???' ? ; \ Sugars are offering at two (£2) lower than last week. Heavy faint ana stormy weather aropre vailing. . . . ? , .. :? The Ocean Yacht Bace from Sydney to Newcastle ana busk hat been won. by the yadrtXariffa; ...-V- ??? — :' ?? : / ' Uisnportsatiiata Erancb StaamCom pany J* *6out to *xtend iU operations by communication with New Caledonia, pass Ing through ?brres Strata, anu calling it places on thoHorthem tamtsty of Aus tralia: . ../ ' .-? . ,,,' ? ' ? ?'. ? ._ ' . '' fflw Trtegtaplt (i,)»oa On tfaWStaa «f

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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GLADSTONE. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 1 March 1864

GLADSTONE. (From the Maryborough Chronide't own Cor respondent.) On Monday, February 1, this district was visited with one of the heaviest gales of wind and rain that lias taken place for some time. For several days previously it had a very threatening appearance, and several smart showers fell, bnt nothing of any note took place till late ou Monday night, when we umicua were upeuea anu mb nun leu in torrents, the wind increasing to a perfect hurricane, which lasted the whole of the niglit At Gladstone the tents took flight and several bark roofs followed suit, leaving the unfortunate occupiers to weather the storm the best way they could, but no other damage was done. The weather is still very unsettled, immense quantities of rain falling, the whole of the rivers and creeks being up, and traffic entirely suspended. The municipal election took place on Tuesday last ; it was a very tame affair, not more than a dozen ratepayers being present. The returning officer opened the proceedin...

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MELBOURNE. February 27. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 1 March 1864

^MELBOURNE. Febraarv 27. Inqnmea for flour are being made from each sbip on her arrival. One alpaca only is left of those imported by Mr. Duffield.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 1 March 1864

' ;A minute agreed to by the government on jthe subject of transportation, for present* tion to tint Imperp Oovenuneiit fhroaou ntt SuattiMft Twmf- UA& on the tatts oftb.

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ADELAIDE. February 27. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 1 March 1864

ADELAIDE. Febrnary 27. Wheat ranges In price from Ss. 3d. to 6s. 6a. per liusheL Flour is £13 10s. per ton.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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VICTORIA. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 1 March 1864

VICTOBIA. The following Melbourne telegram is pnh Iished in the S. M. Herald. Feb. 24 :— Tuesday. Feb. 23, 7-30 pjn.— A public Mr.Coppinhis paid his creditors 30s in - tbe£. At a friendly dinner he announced that he sails for California with the KeanB ' after the Melbourne engagement is com pleted. A fracas occurred between the editors of the Age and. Herald, in Elixabeth-streeb , One eye was blackened, and a tooth knocked out. It arose out of their calling each other 'flunkey,' 'go between,' and ' ras caljonrnalist.- The Assembly is engaged on the Land Bill. . Patna rice was sold by auction at £20 to £81 5s per ton. . D. P. Sour is moving off in. trade lots. Adelaide brands but £16 to £17 per ton. The same .journal published the subjoined ? item of Adelaide telegraphic ne wet— Toetday, February 23, 7 p.m. A flock of sheep belonging to Mr. Hullins has gone from Cangaka to Carpentaria. , : The latest New Zealand intelligence from , Otago, «ta Melbourne, appears in the & Jf. ....

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
COLONIAL NEWS. NEW SOOTH WALES. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 1 March 1864

COLONIAL NEWS. NEW SOUTH WALES. Br the Yarra Tarra steamer we are in re ceipt of one day's later intelligence from New South Wales. We extract the follow ing items ot news from the S. M. Senld's issue of the 24th ultimo :— . From our report of the proceedings of the Upper House in another column it will be kaaii liv onr reuiem that ftltA «'M««*;n Tariff,' as embodied in the Customs Duties Bill, was rejected last night in the Legisla tive Council by an overwhelming majority — a majority of 15 to 5. The House was crowded during the debate, many members of the Assembly being pre sent. The result of the ultimate division excited great surprise in the minds of some, regard being had to tbe fact that the measure had gone through all the ordi nary stages of a bill, and had been sub jected to very material amendments in com mittee. The enquiry that has been instituted by the Government into the circumstances con nected with the death of Robert Williamson, in Darlingliurst Gaol, has led to t...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 1 March 1864

. jCTg*'HK sat, _ ITOTGST;— i'Oommoaion» Brick-bunt* '~ .. i JL . Sfeaailr Residence, containing ei«nt ^»»rt»ta£Wsita»tetntbecentrerf«» - MKty^- The home is new (and well finished, ?-a»a«an bo entored immediately.— -Appliea-- ^pj .«oaio«e made between 12 and 1 o'clock. Mlfoy, at the office of tbtt jgnrmU. ,jm6 BE SOLD, 300 Head, wore or lee*. \&&£4^*^-*£*£*'2& Fo -«f run of 4,000 acres on Doughboy Creek. ^^narticnlars.. apply to PATRICK »JRKgKO£X&; Doughboy Creek, -7 nita c*|jTOBSAtiE,'aiia Immediate Delivery:-- 1 fX 1500, jnore or less, 2 year old Maiden at '' . Bwes '. int ? ? ? ? Also, . fl» ' ? SpO,moreOTle8s,.heaaof8totaC«tae, r .- :, ? injxej sexes, age, 18 months sod Tj ' upwards. - Apply to W. XL X BROWNE, Auctioneer and Com- tin . ' mission Agent, Albert-street, War- lai :'.,--**? ?? ??? ? : ? __ S TPHB vufei'slgutd *wgl nib CASH AO »XV VANCES on PRODUCE consigned to !***&??? London Correspondents. Messrs. .iCMIady, Hankey.and SeweTl,...

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EPITOME [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 1 March 1864

:ei»ito:m33. Ownro to the stress on our columns from the simultaneous arrival of the Colonial and North Queensland mails, onr usual weekly summary of news was crashed out from our issue of last Saturday. ' The following items of city news are ex tracted from our reporter's notes of the week: — The answer to the letter of Mr. Fairfax r^roju^xa^rjiio.. of-SvanBT- in lrfoHnn to , tMaErtWaten,-36^~ttm'Votm'«-i«rWiaaTr has been favorably received, and the match will commence on that day. Messrs. Peterson and Tonnger received a visit on Thursday but, 18th inst, from Chief Constable LewiB, who armed with a search warrant, quietly instituted a search throughout the premises. The result was that he dis covered some £20 worth of liquor in the store, which lie immediately took possession of Property between bere and Lytton seems to be rapidly ' rising in value. Mr. Patrick Beynolds informs us that be has. lately dis posed of'two Farms on Bnlimba Creek..con taining in all 116 acres, for the sum...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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NEW ZEALAND. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 3 March 1864

NEW ZEALAND. We have files of the Daily Southern Crest to the 13th instant, the Otngo Daily 2Yme»tothe 9th instant, and the NeUon Ezamuur to the Utli instant. News from the 'scat of war is published in the D. S. Croa of the 1 3th instant. The Queen's troops to the number of 3000 were still before the rebel field-works, at Tiko-Piko. It is stated npon good authority that some fifty natives belonging to the Ngatiwabuta tribe, near Baglan, have given up their anus, a quantity of powder, and several niualiawks, to the Government, having made up their minds to fight no more. The latest ncirs from the camp was to the evening of the 12th instant. It is in the form of a telegram to the Colonial Secre tary, of which the following is a copy : — Queen's Bcdouht, 7.30 p.m., Febraaiy 12. The Kohcroa, towing the floats, has gone up the river. The Commodore expects to be with tho General to-morrow evening. The vessel answers admirably, and the accident was the result of bad management. The Souther...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SOUTH AUSTRALIA. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 3 March 1864

SOUTH AUSTBALIA. Adelaide telegrams are published in the 5. M. Herald under dates to the 22nd inst. S mm them we select the following intellig ence : — The police authorities in England believe tbe stolen Bank of England notes will be attempted to be circulated in the colonies. The cargo of sugars per Gandalette were I sold at good prices. Markets unaltered (I8th:iust) The Bnrra Bnrra Company declared a dividend of £5 per share. Tbe meeting of cricketers has been ad journed till next Wednesday, and in tbe meantime will communicate with the various clubs. Two bullocks of several that arrived here from the neighbourhood of Mount Mnirhead were destroyed yesterday. The pott mortem. examination showed that they were affected with pleuro-pneumonia. Last week's railway traffic amounted to nearly £400. Corn sacks are qnoted at 2^s Cd. Bran, 13d.— (19th instant.) An enthusiastic meeting was held here last night on the transport question. The chief speakers were the Hon. J. Baker, A. Forster,...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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DALBY. Tuesday, February 16. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 3 March 1864

DALBT. (FBOH A COBBESPOHDEBT.) Tuesday, February 16. One Police Magistrate having returned last night from his official visit to the Con . damine, proceeded at nine o'clock this morn ing to administer the oath of declaration to » the newly-appointed Mayor, Mr. John -.Healey. This formality over, Mr. Sinclair invited the Mayor to take bis seat on the -Beucbr and congratulated him on his ap pointment, saying in his mind it spoke vo lumes for Mr. Healey, as it clearly showed the appreciation in which he was held by . the people of Dalby who had Jnst placed him in that honorable position. The new Mayor, without loss of time* has ' pone vigorously to work to form a fall Council. On Wednesday, tbe 24th instant, the nomination took plaice for the election of four ratepayers to serve in that body, in - the room of the four that resigned, on Messrs. Healey and Hallinan being elected. The following candidates were brought for ward, v!e, Messrs. John Sidney, tSamuel Gibson, James Howtin, M.D.;...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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PROVINCIAL NEWS. WARWICK. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 3 March 1864

PROVINCIAL NEWS. WABWICK. (FROM ODB OWH COBBBSPOKDKNT.) Most of the people here are jubilant in the hope of obtaining an honorable police P.M. There is nothing' talked of but the proposed change, and the bits of biogra phy that one listens to are extremely amusing, and wonld famish capital notes for an Australian Borke or Debrelt 's aristo cracy. Much of the value of these anec dotes wonld be lost on strangers, who wonld not understand the local nicknames of some of oar great men, each name having a his tory attached to it. Jnst fancy. Green-hide Jack, Motherless Molly, the Port Stephens' tyrant, the Wide Bay Fox, the Master of Roguery, &c, &e. Unless a stranger under took a regular course of. gossip, he would lose the points of much that is talked of, and even written about; bat at the bottom of it all is a love for Hie purity of justice and a hope that a good police magistrate may be appointed. - The Ministry are at present at low water mark in Warwick esteem. They...

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TASMANIA. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 3 March 1864

TASMANIA. Our£Iesofthe.Hb£ar« 7bv» Advertiser an to the 16lh instant. Captain Nicholas baring returned to the cokey, the working of the Third Bifles ap to the improvement of the corps, and the rendering of that branch of the Tolunteer service more efficient. It appears by (ad vertisement that special Attention is bun paid to the Drum and Fife Baud, which it is proposed to strengthen by an addition to the numbers, and parents Baring lads who are likely to be proficient, are. invited to afford them tha advantages of free musical tuition, which membership with ths-band oSssa, A match at cricket was played at King ston, ? on' Thursday last, between an eleven selected from the Kingston and North West Bay clubs, and a like number from the Hobart Town Tradesmen's clnb. The game commenced shortly after 10 o'clock, by tbe country men. who won the toss, putting in the Tradesmen. The ground was in wretched con dition being little better than a ploughed field. The Tradesmen, how ever, succeeded...

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