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COLONIAL NEWS. VICTORIA. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 3 March 1864
COLONIAL NEWS. VI0TOBIA. Melbourne telegrams in the S. It. Herald are to the 22nd instant : — The escorts have brought in 22,182 ounces gold. The wool sales passed off with less spirit to Jay. 500 bales only were sold, but no redaction, submitted to. The brandies ex Iquiqni Vrere all sold for casb.'at full rates. There is a steady demand for floor; holders of maize ask 4s Cd. Cork butter sells at Is per 1b. Cornsacks, 26s. Sailed. — The Alexandra (s), for Sydnev, with 1600 oz. gold. (18th iiut.) Business in the import market generally quiet Auction sales of tobacco passed off duIL Large sales of German oats were effected. The prices have not transpired, .but they are reported to be at low figures. Floor market quiet, bat prices steady. There ire four arrivals of wheat and flour from Adelaide, chiefly to millers' orders, or to supply sales already effected. (1 9th inst.) The Melbonrne, schooner, from Warroam bool, wool-laden, capsized in the west chan nel this morning. The crew were ...
BI-MONTHLY STOCK AND STATION PRODUCE CIRCULAR. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 3 March 1864
BI-MONTHLY STOCK AND STATION FBODDCE C1BCULAB. Feou the last issue of the Messrs. Fattorini and Co.* s Circular we extract the following particulars .of the markets: — Wool.— The floods caused by the late heavy rains have prevented our staple pro dnct from coming to hand in more than small quantities ; the creeks are, however, rapidly subsiding. Sheep Stations.— For properties lightly stocked many inquiries are still made, both here and at our Sydney branch. ? ' Cattle Stations. — We have ;io transac tions to report since our last-in this descrip tion of property.' New Country. — We have to report the sale of some blocks in Maranoa West, at about £250 per block. Ewes. — Young ewes are in great demand, but there arc very few lots of this descrip tion of stock in the market. Store Wethers. — If not more than four tooth, are in demand, but old wethers are still dull of sale. Fat Wethers.— We have to report the sale of 1153, of Messrs. B. P. and S. X. Mar shall's in very inferior condit...
NOTES AND NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 3 March 1864
3STOTES .A.XO'X) 3STEW6. These is a rumor afloat throogboat the town that a malignant type of contagions fever is rife in the city; and it is farther hinted that it is an importation ex the ship Firing Cloud. This is a bad season of the year for any infectious disease to iuvado us. Oar most sadden changes of temperature occur at this period, and geneially attend the long and heavy rains which distinguish the'sumtner of Queensland. It is then that the body contracts a fuveriab. habit, and is more sensitive to ' the ills that flesh is heir to' than during the more bracing time of year. The quarantine laws should, therefore, be enforced most stringently, for the wisdom which guards health is even more admirable than the charity vhich re stores it. A glorious field for the enterprise of the incoming Inspector «t Nuisances is pre sented jnst abont this time in a certain lo cality on Spring Hill. ' We refer to the for midable array of pigBtyeg' which are spring ing np like Aladdin palaces...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 3 March 1864
mo itET.— A Commodious Brickhuflt _L Sam3y- Residence, containing ebjnt apartments, and situate in the .centre of the Citr. The house is new .and, well finished, and can-be entered immediately. — Applica- tion to be m*do -between J2 ana 1 o'clock, Thisftay, at the office of this jonrnjO. mo BE SOLD, .300 Head, 'more or less, JL of first-ehus Dairy Cfcttle. with right of ran of 4,000 sores on. Doughboy Creek. For particulars, apply to PATRICK KEYNOLDS, Doughboy Creek, (7 miles from Brisbane), on the Cleveland Boad. FOB SALE, and Immediate Delivery : — 1500, more or less, 2 year old Manes. - - Ewes - AlBO, 800. more or less, bead of Store Cattle. ? mixed sexes, age, 18 months and ?upwards. Apply to Vf. H. - 'BROWNE, Auctioneer and Gom ? - mission Agent, Albert-street, 'War ? wick. : mHE undersigned will make CASH AD JL VANCES on PRODUCE consigned to their.' London Correspondents, Messrs. Gellatiy, Hankey, and BeweB, l-jflMih»H- etreec. MOLISON, BLACK, & SMITH. Brisbane, Decemb...
No title [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 3 March 1864
'THKKOETEACSTItALlAH'«apardy»ocUlana political eqpa. It Mines In m. gnat dcsUny tor thin natnatlj rich ana beauUIal bail; and It also bdlrrw that nothing on. eoatdbnie so powerfallr to tie speeQr' attalnmnt of that : of It* people. Hill anbn b attrinihlo onlron oat eonaittoo— Equliljof BJgtte. . 93m 'lomijinu- uis»wni,Uii!rel6re,M well lot the adraooamest of U»-=)teBT, m» .taaua the. Jcinrfpl. is tntrinnlr^lT Just, alroeato «q.ual .(Ml, IWIgioiu, art XMiUeal Big)ibibrmlIoak-aist^itiaq-icUnsofeTEiiTconEideE-- kmas to Cned or OotmttT. . . ? -at betteies the CoMHtuOon of H» wjtooj when fidrirlnttqiKtaa,fidl7 derekiped aid «llnwc4 &eeacti0B,«61-e tn ita UBoalHr tfcaCauat notable to oar coodiUoB ttat coal* be dniaed. U win mtabre, uptoH bit Conrtitatkm in iti intcgrJtr and otpoaemaenaiigwtailt, except Baeh umpre daced.briti own aaipttHon -and gmmth. & wffl eocdeam cgnllj 'tlia *OacU of the bOlpat kitfla ot society who would brine all down to a standud tt raHhimU; and tlwi...
The North Australian. THURSDAY, MARCH 3, 1864. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 3 March 1864
TSUBSDAV. It ARCH 3, 1864. Men who have once been short of a (shil ling tave a marrellons lilring for dis pifiing thofee in a like predicameut of a sixpence. Bat - oar Government stretched their grasping economy to three or even four sixpences. Tbe men who labor: at the Dredge have hitherto had eight Ehiljings per day— the com mon 'wages of a day labourer in Bris bane may be cited at six shillings per diem. If ire consider the different cir camstanoes under which the two are situated, we 6 hall at once come to the conclusion that a man working in mud and slush, away' from the comfort of home, and comparatively isolated from companionship, is deserving of more pay than his -fellow, who, when he leaves oflj has at his immediate com mand all the enjoyments of which his station and means admit. But the Government seem with characteristic perversity to think otherwise. They will give no more than the six shillings, and the men will take up less than the wages to which they are accustomed...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 3 March 1864
MB. COOTE begs to inform bis friends that bis Offices are BEMOVED to BURNETT LANE, immediately in tha rear of the Town Hall. Jlrialbsne. £Sn3 fUrau]', IBS*. \TOTICE. — Tbe Partnership hitherto ex l\ isting between THOS. HaNBAHAN and THOMAS KENNEDY as Gingerbeer, Manutacturers, &c., has been Dissolved, owing to Thomas Kennedy receiving money and not accounting for it- All parties am cautioned against giving the Tsaid Thomas Kennedy any money or credit on my ac count. THOMAS HANBAHAN. February 29, 1864. [ADVEBTIEEMEKT.] I- BEG to state the Notice of DissolotionioT Partnership between Thomas Hanrahktt and Thomas Kennedy, which appears in tho Korth Australian and Comer newspapers of Tuesday the 1st instant, is untrue, so far as that T. Hanrahan states that I have received money without accounting for same. Tho facts of tbe case are as follows: — We .went into partnership on verbal agreement, four months since, I .having a small capital which I invested in the business,' and was ...
WEDNESDAY, MARCH 2. Before the Police Magistrate. DRUNKENNESS. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 3 March 1864
Weosesday. Mabch 2: , . Before the Police Magistrate. Elisabeth Lackman, flharpn with having been drunk yesterday, was fined 6a. or in default at boors in tbe lock-op. John Mahortey was brought np in the ens tody of Constable Gorman, charged with liavii^ been drunk andjdisorderly in Qoeen steeetyeatorday. fined 20»~, or the alterna tive of 48 hours in the lock-up. ! , -? . . .uwucv. John Moorcraft, whose case bad been re manded yesterday for medical testimony as to bis sanity, was brought np this morning. * Or. Hobbs, being sworn, stated that be f- was a duly qualified medical practitioner; he liadexaminedthe prisoner in conjunction 1 with Dr. BeU. and was of opinion that be , was of unsound mind, and dangerous to self and others if left at large ; he attributed tbe insanity to the effects of .intemperance; «. prisoner had been nnder treatment for «feti raw (renew in the hospital; witness was of k opinion that the treatment be would receive - in the Lunatic Asylum wonld prove benott...
IRELAND. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 3 March 1864
IEELAND. Evebt steamer that leaves Queenstown is crowded with emigrants, and hundreds of families are preparing to leave tbe eonntry. Tbe editor of the Cork Southern Reporter believes that this emigration is an advantage to Ireland. He states that since 1817 the increase -of land under cultivation ha» reached 1,600,000 acres; that live stock has improved in value by about 65 per cent. ; that private balances in the Bank of Ireland and deposits in the several joint-stock banks were in 1862 more than doable their amount in 1847— that in the earlier year there were only 120 miles of railway open in Ireland. .' while at present there are nearly one thou sand fire hundred, representing a capital, exclnsive of loans, of £l€,8OO,O00. and in volving an increase of Irish investments in. this kind of property which cannot fall short of £12.500,000. Taking all the items, ana making the .necessary deductions, there has - been in the .years between 1847 and 186S (inclusive) a net increase of Iri...
METEOROLOGICAL OBSERVATIONS. Taken at 9 a.m. ( Per Electric Telegraph.) WIND AND WEATHER. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 3 March 1864
METEOBOLOUICAL OBSEBVATIOKH. Taken at 9 a.m. (Per Electric Telegraph.) WIKD ASD WEATHER. February 29.— Brisbane, N.E., fine and cloudy ; Lyttou, S.E., fine ,and clondy, Ips wich, EJ5.EL, and raining ; Laidlcy. S.E., and raining; Toowoomba, calm and rain ing; Drayton, calm and raining; Warwick, S.E^and raining; Dalby, E, and clondy. March 2.— Brisbane, NJ1, fine; lytton, N.E^ dull, cloudy; Ipswich, calm, cloudy; Laidley S. E^ clondy ; Drayton, calm, rain ing ; Toowoomba, calm, raining ; Warwick. B.E, doodj ; TJalbr.' dull.
CENTRAL POLICE COURT. TUESDAY, MARCH, 30, 1864. BEFORE the Police Magistrate. DRUNKENNESS. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 3 March 1864
CENTRAL POLICE COURT. Toisdat, Maech, 30, 1864. Before the Police Magistrates DBDBEEHNEES. David Collins and William fates were each fined 10s. or twenty-four hours impri sonment. ' ' ' : VAGBASCTV. John Moorcroft was indicted as above, but as -doubts were expressed as to his sanity be -was remanded until' Wednesday for medical examination. BOBBBBT OF A CHEQUE. George Smith, who was np for examina tion on Monday last on the charge of steal ing a £10 cheque, was again brought up, but on application of Chief Constable Lewis he was remanded to Tamworth, owing to cer tain information which had been received from' that place of a character highly un complimentary to this unworthy scion of the great family of Smiths. ' SUIT FOB WAGES. The defendant, Lewis Williams, was sued by his late employee, Lewis Eison.for tbe payment of -a promissory note for the enm of £3 17s 6d, balance on wages due. Bison being s- Swede and nnable to speak English, ' testified through an interpreter. Verdict for ...
EUROPEAN NEWS. ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 3 March 1864
EUK0PEAN NEWS. ENGLAND. Mr. Cobdcn has lost bis temper, and. of course, done an exceedingly foolish thing. The Tima recently asserted that Mr. Bright had proposed to enrich tbe poor by dividing the lands of the rich, a statement which ir ritated Mr. Cobdcti. Instead, however, of sending a short and distinct denial, he for warded a letter accusing the Tina of play ins a same of secrecy to the public and ser vility to the Government, and of seeking ' corrupt advantages.' and asked whether the editor ought not to be assailed by name. The editor of the Times, in reply, declined the note as containing a ' series of most of fensive and unfounded imputations upon himself and his friends.' and Mr. Cobdeu forwarded it to the remaining daily papers. It was declined by the Advertiser, the Post, and the Telegraph, bnt published by the re mainder. Mr. Cobden's line of argument, or, rather, of invective, is directed violently against anonymous journalism, denouncing the writers in the Tima, almos...
WEEKLY CALENDAR. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 3 March 1864
WEEKL.Y CALEKBAU. jr.-.-iaB. Son 1 Son UoosY Ili^i vatsr K'CH-18Bt Buss. Sra. Aox. IBsi. H. M. H. «L «. T. n. K. 1 n. M Thutsday _1 SK 627 213 521 5 48 Friday _-_ * 6 59 6 16 26 3 6 15 « 40 Saturday ? 6 6 0 6 25 36 3 T 6 T SI .Sunday ? 6| 6 I 621 27 3 8 D 8 24 Mondiy ? T61 S23 3S3SS09I5 Tuesday ? 6 6 2 6 22 i 28 3 9 45 10 15 Vednesdsj— » 6 3 621 I OB 10 40 U6
Shipping intelligence. ARRIVAL. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 3 March 1864
~ ; ^tj^ fiddly XMBIVAU. - , -March 2.^Jenny Cox. ' schooner, 102 Pupteim D. Williams, fhn Sydney, with a general cargo. . : . ' ? f..-,.. ?- :? ?*? : — ~ — '' -.- j ? :-i* ?'? ' CtKAEAKCE. '..?..MarcbS,— Alliance, ship, 699 Ions, Cap tain FfeU, for Akyah, in haiiaat. -:?-? .. - : DEPABTUBB3. Masch L — Yam Tons, steamer, €50 ions, Captain Outfield, for Maryborough. Pas BCBgenH-Mr.'George Howard, Mrs. Howard, irjd.4 children. Hiss Goodwin, In. G. H. Tom*, Mrs. Jones. Mrs. Ptammer, Mr.W. Elmnmeit.Mr. Hutching, Master Ponan, and 12 in the steerage. March L— Queensland, steamer, 500 tons, Captain Curphey, for the- Northern Ports. Passengers— Mr. and Mrs. AldridgB. Miss AldrHpe, Miss Bidgin, Miss Oreer, Hiss Chinchin, Messrs. J. Philpott, 3. A. Scott, B. W. Smith, Yoong, E. A. Palmer, F. P. aTniham, J. Tallermah, A. O. Lloyd, B. D. F.arqnharson. Helfitt, Bosenthall, Boss, Mantes, Staaton, Vicars, B. A. Blenoowe. M.G. O'ConneU. Macqneen. Headrick, W. Mackay, D. A. Tolme. J. H. Jones; T. A...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 3 March 1864
OTICE of BEMOVAL.— BALLAN TYNE and McNAB. Coachbailders. beg to acquaint their customers wad the public., that ..they, hare now removed to .their new premises in Albert-etreet, where Wey Intend to cany on their business In fntpre. Hie increased extent and suita bility of these enable them to promise their supporters the advantages of a largoiselec tion of Vehicles of all kinds obteinef-from the largest wholesale houses in bath Mel. bourne ana Sydney, as well as of their own construction. ^ . They wish particularly to draw attention to she stock which they will always hare on hands of American Baggies, Waggons, &&, of every description. ' In siring the abore -notice, they avail ?with pleasure the opportunity it affords to thank their former friends for past favors. BALLANTYNE & MoNAB. Qneensland Coach Factory, (comer of Albert and Elisabeth streets.) , . Dec 31, 1863. ? TVTOTICB.— JOHN NOLAN, South ' «X JN bane, begs to inform the PuW ^ his Tender for the conv...
Commercial Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 3 March 1864
Commercial Intcllipue. The following are the returns of the Cus toms' duties, received at the ports under mentioned, for the month of February. 1 Bkiebake. £ s. d Brandy, 2402 gallons .. .. 1201 3 11 Gin, 1137 gallons .. .. 568 19 10 liqueurs, cordials, or strong waters. 3 gallons .. .. 1.13.9 Whisky, 234 gallons .. .. 76 11 3 Bum, 3104 gallons .. .. 10S6 8 O Perfumed spirits, J gallons .. 0 5 1 All other spirits, 238 gallons.. 84 5 10 Wine, 3482 gallons .. .. 348 S 3 Ale, porter, and beer (in wood) 14,325 gallons .. .. 69 13 9 Ale, porter, and beer (in bottles) 9357 gallons ? 77 19 7 Tobacco, 5146 lbs. .. .. 514 12 0 SnuS;3S]bs. .. .. .. 3 16 6 Cigars, 681 lbs ? 102 4 11 Opium, 2S lbs ? 14 0 0 Tea. 33,615 lbs ? 420 3 0 Coffee and chicory, S441 lbs. . , 70 6 10 Sugar, refined, 221 cwt. 0 qrs. 221bs. ? 73 14 9 Sugar, unrefined, 2231 cwt. 1 or. 1 lb ? 557 16 0 Molasses, 60 cwt. 1 qr. 5 lbs. . . 10 12 PUotago ? 135 15 6 Total ? £5409 17 2
COLONIAL NEWS. NEW BOOTH WALES. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 8 March 1864
COLONIAL NEWS. NEW SOUTH WALES. Provincial telegrams are published in tbe S. M. Oerald't issues from the 26th February to the 1st March inclusively ; from them we extract tbe following :— Saturday evening, February 27.— Hie late Rev. Dean Grant was interred to-day, in tbe nave of the Catholic Church immedi ately in front of the altar. The body lay ia state in the Church from Thursday evening, aud a number of clergymen were assembled to take part in the final ceremony. _ A Requiem masB was performed this morning at eleven, at which Vicar-Generals Keating and Sheeny officiated, the church being crowded. Afterwards a funeral procession was formed and proceeded through the principal thoroughfares, the shops io which weie all closed. As a remark of the respect in which the deceased was held, persons' of all denominations joined the procession, and it is calculated that fully two thousand per sons were present. West Maitland, Friday evening, Feb. 26. ? An influential meeting called by the...
ROCKHAMPTON. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 8 March 1864
BOCKHAMPTON. We extract the following items of North Queensland intelligence from the Bulletin of the 3rd instant. A public meeting, convened by the friends and supporters of the Bockhampton Early Closing Association, was held at the Court Honse. on Tuesday evenincr, 1st instant. There was a large and aud respectable at tendance on the occasion, most of the mer chants and leading storekeepeis of the town being present, and, despite the very un favourable state of the weather, a fair sprinkling of the gentler sex. The chair was oeeuDiedby Mr. w. J. Brown, and the Bev. MesL. t: Jones, & Kelly. P. Poirer. W. Colley,and S. Savage successively addressed the meeting. These were the only speakers. The twentieth monthly meeting of the Boekbampton Investment and Building Society (No. 1), for the receipt of subscrip tions and sale of' shares, was held at the Court House on Tuesday evening last. The sum of £208 13s. ^Sd. was received by the secretary as subscriptions, but the sale O sh...