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NOTES AND NEWS [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 8 March 1864

NOTES -A-lSn- XTSW6. Heb Majesty has been pleased to approve of the appointment of F. L. Dotton, Esq., as Consul in Queensland for the King of Wurtemberg. William TsEOrHiMis Blaeeney, Esq., has received the appointment of Acting Sheriff from the Government— his new office dating from tbe loth instant. This appointment, we are satisfied, wonld give much public satisfaction were it permanent instead of temporary. Mr. Blakeney has of late discharged the most onerous duties of the position of sheriff in a subordinate capa city, and we know of none who have such just claims to the position, or who have so well proved their qualifications for it as Mr. Blakeney. We fear, however, that Mr. B. is only being used as a warming pan for some person with not a tithe of his ability or wor^. We are given to understand that (he Mar garet Eliza, police hulk, is in a seaworthy condition. This is an indirect mode of re plying to the statements lately made con cerning her. For a mere hulk not A 1, we s...

Publication Title: North Australian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
TELEGRAPHIC NEWS SYDNEY. March 4. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 8 March 1864

T£XEGrBA.FHIO WEWS. ITUBOCOK OBBriLLE AND DIED, ttOTER*S AGESTS.l SYDNEY. March 4. At the wool sales to-day, prices rule same as last week for fleece. Sconred is some what easier. Locks and greasy sell well. The weather is fine. In the Assembly, there is some talk of a combiQatiun to refuse supplies and compel a dissolution of Parliament. The Clarence has sailed for Brisbane.

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The North Australian. TUESDAY, MARCH 8, 1864. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 8 March 1864

TUESDAY, MARCH 8. 1861. Mr. Mackenzie ib honest, says the Queensland Times, 60 say we ; and Mr. Mackenzie, some time ago, declared the Times to be the paid organ of the ministry, and of Arthur, the Kino- ©f Ipswich ; eo Bay ve, also. The ptesent seems a season of agreement and iiar moay, and ire ads resolved not to be outdone by onr cootteoos and ingea nons cotemporary j for, setting aside his assumed intelleotaal bUndness, to onr influence with the public, we have reason to be convinced that he is more keenly interested in our opinions and success, than any other sublunary con cern, saving only the dictation of the great Mac himself. Was proof of our statement necessary, we might point to his last leading article, and not a few of its predecessors, to supply the evi dence that his best efforts are di rected at weak attempts . to dis tort pur statements, or misapply our arguments. We are sometimes dis posed to sympathise with our contem porary on the very limited space assigned Jam ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 8 March 1864

jnpfl_ fat Safe, F»E SALE, and Immediate Deliver- :— 1500, moreorlesa, 2 year old Maiden ? ' Ewes Also, - 300, more or less, head of Store Cattle, mixed sexes, age, IS months and - : upwards. Apply to W. H. ? BROWNE, Auctioneer and Com - - mission Agent, Albert-street, War wick. T) BE SOLD, 300 Head, more or less, of £rst-class Dairy Cattle, with right of aim of 4,000 acres on Doughboy Creek. For particalars, apply to PATRICK BEYNOLDS, Donghboy Creek, (7 miles from Brisbane), on the Cleveland Boad. TO LET.— A Commodioos Brick-bnilt Family Besidence, containing eignt apartments, and situate in the centre of the City. The honse is new and well finished, and can be entered immediately.— Applica- tion to be made between 12 and 1 o'clock. This Day, at tbe office of this journal. T7AST BRISBANE.— FOB SALE BT JEl PRIVATE CONTRACT, those verr desirable LANDS, situate in Brnnswick street, overlooking the old Bace Coarse, and now re-surveyed into FULL-SIZED TOWN LOTS, and into very desirable ...

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SYDNEY. March 5. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 8 March 1864

SYDNEY. March 5. Heavy purchases of strong rum hare been made at 3s. 24. In ale, Bass's new brew of No. 3 has been placed at £7. In the sugar market, large parcels of re fined Manila have been quitted to specula tors at £35. The trade, however, still re fuses to operate to any extent. Flour remains very ecarce, and anxious enquiries are being made for it. The James Paterson will sail on Tuesday — the Telegraph on Thursday.

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VICTORIA. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 8 March 1864

VICTOBIA. Melbourne telegrams are published in tiie S. M. Herald to February 29. Thursday, February 23. 7 p.m. — The es corts have brought in 39,714 ounces. The B.MJS. Madras sailed at 2 d jn- with 50,000 ounces gold, and £56.000 specie. The I6th clause of the Land Bill was dis cussed in the Assembly last night for six; hours. The 7fh clause was carried, with an amendment substituting lot for priority of selection. Business quiet. Bice was sold to-dav at £20 per ton. * J£$&£'!lfa&* F.eb™W 26.-Only one of Dnfiield a alpacas, is left alive. ' Flour. £16 to £17 per ton; maize. 4s fid per bushel. Saturday Evening, February 27.— Busi- ness quiet. Flour in steady trade, with de mand at unaltered prices. Purchasers of new. rice, per ChOUnghain, are striving to raise prices. Monday, February 29, 7 p.m.— Flour is in steady demand. Tasmaniania sold at £16 Adelaide, silk-dressed, £17; oats, steady i maUe selling freely. ~-^at The English cricketers retomaa ht txM Onto steamer, ...

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AUCKLAND. February 24. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 8 March 1864

AUCKLAND. February 24. Papers have been received from Auckland bringing news to the 21th February. A railway from Auckland to the Waikato is projected. On the 21st the British troops moved on Baneiawahia. The natives took refuce in their whares, whence they were driven after a desperate resistance, during which twelve 'QUSBaSS^KA^SSSalMt Unroo' liSled, and four were wounded. The Rebels have since seat in proposals of peace, with what result is not yet known. On the 23rd the troops marched to Kchi Kebi, the placo where Bewi was entrenched. They burced Bewi's house, and rendered PikoPiko and tbe neighbnnring strongholds of tbe Maories totally valueless, by cutting off their sources of supply. On the 23rd, a body of troops attacked tbe natives entrenched two miles from tbe British front. The enemy broke and fled, evacuating tbe Pateraupe pah. The troops are now in occupation of Ban miawahia. The British loss in the affair was two killed aud fourteen wounded. [The aborc telegram, dated ...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 8 March 1864

BIRTH. McDONNELL— On the 7th instant, at Prospect, Kangaroo Point, the wife of John Mc'Donnell, Esq., of a   son.  

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POLICE COURT. Monday, March 7th. Before the Polic Magistrate and Leith Hay Esq. DRUNKENNESS [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 8 March 1864

POLICE COUKT. Mosdav, Ma tea 7td. Before the Polic Magistrate and Lcitb Hay Esq. Drunkedness William Murphy was charged with the above offence : he pleaded guilty ; tbecliief constable said that lie had been previously before tlie bench for the like charge. Tbe bench inflicted tlie usual fine of 10s. or twenty-four hours in the cells. Mortimer Kelly was charged in the police sheet with being drunk, pleaded guilty, and after a warning fromtbe bench not to   come there again, was fined 10s, or twenty four hours in the cells. Mr. Batho made au application to the bench on behalf of Patrick Kelly, to admit him to bail, to appear on Wednesday next — the application was granted.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 10 March 1864

'ElOBSALE, and Immediate Delivery:— JL 1500. more or less, S year oia Maiden - Ewes . ' , ? ?? ?- ? ? Also. , 300, more or Jess, head of Store Cattle, jmxed -sexes, age, IB months sod upwards. . Apply to. W. H. . BROWNE, Auctioneer and Com mission Agent, Albert-street, War wick. T) BE SOLD. 300 Head, more or less, of firstalass Dairy Cattle, with right of run of 4,000 acres ou Doughboy Greek. For particulars, apply to PATBICK BEYNOLDS,- Doughboy Creek, (7 miles Com Brisbane), on the Cleveland Boad, rflO LET. — A Commodious Brick-fault ?X Family Residence, containing eignt apartments, and situate in the centre of the City. - The-honse is new and well finished, and can be 'entered immediately. — Applica- tion to be made between 12 and 1 o'clock. This Day, at the office of this journal. AST BRISBANE.— FOB SALE BY PRIVATE CONTRACT, those Terr desirable LANDS, situate in Brunswick Btreet, overlooking the old Bace Conrse, and now re-surveyed into FULL-SIZED TOWN LOTS, and into -very desir...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 10 March 1864

ghkttistmnts. CHOLEBA, DYSENTERY, DIAB BH(EA. CBAMP. AGUE. FEVEB. RHEUMATISM, CONSUMPTION, AS THMA, COUGH, &c. All pain, vomiting, and distress ceases in a few minutes after taking a doss of that wonderful Sedative Anodyne aud Antispas raodic remedy, CHLORODYNE, discovered by Dr. J. Collis Browne, M.B.C.S.L. (ex Army Med. Staff), the recipe of which was confided solely to J. T. Davenport, 33. Great Russell-street, Blonrasbury-square, London (Pharmaceutical Chemist). The medical testimony of civil, hospital, military, andi naval practitioners pronounces it LwalvabU. It relieves pain of any kind, soothes the restlessness of fever, and imparts the most refreshing sleep, without producing or leav ing any of the unpleasant effects of opium. As a proof of its efficacy, a few extracts from numerous Testimonials by Physicians and Surgeons are given : — From W. Vesaubs Petticfew, M.D. Hon. F.B.C.S., England, formerly Lecturer npon Anatomy and Physiology at St. George's School of Medi...

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SOUTH AUSTRALIA. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 10 March 1864

SOUTH AUSTEALTA. Telegraphic News from Adelaide, is pub lished in the S. M. Herald, to the 29th nit.— Thnrsday, Feb. 25, 6pjn.— The City Bifles have sent a challenge to the Bobio Hood! Rifles to a rifle contest Twenty-two men on each side. Tbe annual Agricultural and Horticul tural Society's show was largely attended. The weather was splendid. The Anti-transportation petition to the Queen, signed by 33S4 names, has been pre sented to his Excellency the Governor for transmission by the mail. Flour is very firm at from £13 10s to £11 10s : wheat, 5s 3d. More would be given for parcels at the Port. The Petersborough has got off the bar. Friday evening, Feb. 26. — Mr. Earl, from Northern territory, says that the French Steam Company is about to extend opera. lions to New 'Caledonia, passing throngh Torres Straits and the Northern territory. Already there is steam communication be tween Java and Timor, and it has been so for several years. Wheat, 53 3d to 5b 6d. Monday, Feb. 29, 7 p.m. —...

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TASMANIA, [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 10 March 1864

TASMANIA. The Sobart Town Mercury of the 22nd ultimo writes :— The last mail brought Dr. Nixon's resignation with all the formality required by his letters patent, and it was laid, before the Synod at its meeting last week: 'By the same mail there is also a perplexing report that tne tnsnopnc n»s been offered to Canon Allwood, of Sydney, and the belierat first was that this had been done before the resolutions of the Synod in October last reached England, in which it was requested that some one might be sent out from England to supply Dr. Nixon s place. That, however, does not appear to he the case. Still it is said that the authori ties may think it necessary to wait for Mr. AUwood's reply before they make any ap pointment, and that a delay of many months will thus be occasioned. Nay. the opinion is even hazarded in -well-informed circles that three years will probably take place between the departure of the late bishop and the arrival of his successor. In reference to the subject ...

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1864. TIME TABLE Showing Daily Arrival and Despatch of Inland Mails. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 10 March 1864

1881. TBTE TABLE, Showing Daily Arrival and Despatch of Inland Mails. ill Bl Si , ll'! II j'is I ill I It 1 t'.Si. .ga * 1 1 i- , ? L| [ L Y\\ P IPS I If! jj- i. i i II IJ ill 1 1 8 1 1 ? And null iteuur to Northern Brats way altonila %oaday.

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VICTORIA. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 10 March 1864

VICTOEIA. The following additional telegrams from Melbourne, under dates to the 3rd instant, appear in onr files ot the £. M. Herald to hand 'by the Clarence, steamer : — Tuesday, March 1. 7-30 a.m.— Tlio As sembly is discussing the Publicans' Amend ment Act. Business flat. Weather gather ing for stormy. Wednesday, March 2, 7 p.m. — Iu the As sembly, the Licensed Victuallers' Amend ment Bill passed the second reading. The Estimates are now under consideration. £20,000 was voted for the Sydney road, after great opposition. Mr. Donald Kennedy's funeral was at tended by all the old colonists in Melbourne. Flour and wheat arc dearer. In flour, best Adelaide brands are quoted at £16. Country brands £17. South Australian wheat has advanced to 79. Business in tho import market very qnict. The Alexandra (s.) sailed for Sydney this morning with 11,250 ounces of gold. Weather: Heavy rains and stormy, at prophesied by Saxby. Thursday. March 3. 7-30 p.m. — The Es corts brought do to 24.299 ouue...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 10 March 1864

'TUX NORSH ATIStttittAS' fa a purely aoetal anil poIiUealotgaa. Bbdieres In a great destiny forthis nitnnliy rich and beuUral lud ; and it ?laa belltres Ui»t nothing an contribute -o powerfollj to Die apeedy attainment or that destiny u union amongat all aeeUaat and dames or it! people. Bils union is altainaUe only on one condition— Equality of Bights. Tht 'Koetb Ac3in uiBnwni,thenibn,as well for the adtaneenent of the colony, a- because the principle is inttinEleally jost, adneate equal (Srtt, ndigions, and roUtkal nights Jbr«l!colOTl«t«, irrespective of every comidera ion as to Creed or Country. It beDeres the ConsUluUon of the colony when JkMjr Interpreted, fully dereloped and allowed free action, to be in its liberality the most suitable to tmr condition that could be derised. It will therefore, uphold the Constitution in its integrity and oppose all changes In it, except «nch as are pro duced by its own adaptation and growth. It will condemn equally the effort! of the Indigent ...

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COLONIAL NEWS. NEW SOUTH WALES. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 10 March 1864

COLONIAL NEWS. NEW SODTH WALES. We extract the following items of Sydney news from the S. V. Herald at the 4th inst. It will be remembered that on Wednesday evening last, Mr. Martin made an explana tion of the course the Government intended to take in consequence of the rejection of their tariff by the Upper House. Having announced his intention to give up the stamp duties, reference was made to the Newspaper Postage Bill, npon which the hon. the Premier observed : — *' Both Houses of Parliament have passed it, and it has now been transmitted, not by us— Jbr we have no more power over it — but by the Speaker in the execution of the dnties of his position — to the Governor. By the Governor it has been transmitted to tlie law officers of tbe Crown, and these officers having advised bis Excellency tbat there are no legal difficulties in the way, and that he may asstat to it, the matter is now before the Governor for his assent.' The hon. and learned gentleman was not then aware that hi...

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The North Australian. THURSDAY, MARCH 10, 1864. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 10 March 1864

f% 3Jfort|j[ g«stmUa«. ' THURSDAY. MARCH 10, tSGi. It is difficult to conceive what reason a. Parliamentary representative can give for refusing to comply with the requisi tion of over nine-tenths of the con Eiuuency wmen elected nun, «i'npj on him to resign big office, on the ground that the general performance of his duties was not such as they approved of, nor could sanction in their represen tative. The perusal of a correspondence from Warwick, to be found in another column of this issue, will explain that Mr. Wienholt, M.L.A.for that electo rate, bat present in the position where he is expected to resign, 01 assign a reason why he refuses to abdicate a po sition his constituents have required him to give up. Considering the length of time that has elapsed since Mr. WJXNHOI.T received the requisition without vouchsafing any notice to its contents, it may be assumed that he does not wish to comply and finds it a diffi cult task to state a good reason for his refusal. It will be f...

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DEATH OF THE VERY REVEREND SEAN GRANT. D.D. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 10 March 1864

DEATH OF THE TEEY BEVEEEND DEAN GBANT, D.D. {Abridged from the BaOutrtt Time*, Feb. 27.) It is our melancholy duty to chronicle the death of this respected dignitary of the Eoman Catholic Church. Early on Thursday morn ing the town was startled by the announce ment of his sndden demise, and consterna tion was depicted on every countenance, for it was not generally known that he was ill. and such as did know fancied that toe crisis had been passed and that no apprehensions need be entertained. The disease he died of was diptheria. On last Saturday night he was in the Confessional np to a late honr. and caught a cold by sitting in the draught. He had been out the previous week attending sta tions, and arranging for the erection of a church at Bockley, and of a school at the Lagoon. On Sunday he said mass, and preached a most remarkable sermon on the ' Transfiguration ' of our Lord. It was his hut, and it was by far the most eloquent he was ever known to preach. Lassitude and general r...

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TELEGRAPHIC NEWS SYDNEY March 7th. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 10 March 1864

? TT-rr.-F.ra-T*. -a T3t=i~rt~f XISWS. [tu&ocqh anEvii.LE asd bud, seuTEa's AGEHXS.l SYDNEY*. March 7tb. The New Commission of the Peace has been issued. There it no flour in the market. The de mand for it is very great. March 8th. Notice of motion has been given in the Assembly to abolish Costom-house duties, and intradnce direct taxation. Sailed.— James Patterson, for Bock h&tDpton.

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