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MELANCHOLY DEATH BY DROWNING. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 12 March 1864

MELANCHOLY DEATH BX DROWNING. We regret to have to chronicle this mom ng the death by drowning of Captain Wit ham, of the ketch Perseverance, lying at Harris' wharf, which melancholy event oc curred on Friday morning, between two and three o'clock. From information, which we obtained from authentic source, it appears that the deceased captain was standing on the wharf, which was covered with a foot of water, and in conversation with Captain Har-* wood of the Wild Wave. Captain Harwood was sitting with bis feet ontside the bul warks of his vessel, and the unfortunate de ceased cautioned him to take care, imme diately afterwards he was observed in the act of getting on board the Wild Wave, to effect which he placed bis foot on the gunwale plate ; and, it is supposed, from the vessel baring received a fresh coat of paint, his foot easily slipped on; and he fell down, be tween the vessel and tie wharf. Bopeswere at once thrown ont, and, bnt that he must have been rendeied unconscious fr...

Publication Title: North Australian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
THE SCHOOL OF ARTS. {To the Member of tie Committee, per favor of the North Australian.) [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 12 March 1864

THE SCHOOL OF ABTS. {To the' Members of the Committee, per favor of the North Australian,) Gentlemen,— I take the opportunity or addressing you through the medinm of the press, considering that the snbject of this etter will embrace matters affecting the pub lie iuterest. I have learned with mnch pleasnre, that your efforts to re-organise and rebuild the above institution are meet ing with much snecess. It may be feared, however, that though you may accomplish vour obiedL in raininiv ttio f.lfVW) in mjnp f.i secure the second £1000 from the Govern ment, that your enegies will be crippled un less you have still more means at your com mand. Should tfae contract not be kept within tbe £3000 {which is very unlikely), you wonld be compelled to borrow, to some extent, which will, with other obstacles and expenses, which are sure to arise (in ad dition to raising the third £1000 upon mort gage), seriously impede the fulfilment of your object. The Brisbane School of Arts is not at present f...

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CORRESPONDENCE. JORROCKS AUD THE TURF CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 12 March 1864

COREESPOWDB NCE. JOBBOCES AND THE TOBF CLUB. Sib, — I have read with interest, the cor respondence that has appeared in the col umns of the North Australian, on the above subject, and believe 'Jorrocks' deserves the thanks of the community for mooting the question — What are we to do for Races ? The ' Member of the Q. T. Club ' who an swered ' Jorrocks,' has also done good by laying an account of the position of the Club before tbe public, bnt be, like many other interested people, runs into an extreme id calling 'Jorrocks an uninformed scrib bler. Now, Sir, I happen to know that the ;. T. Club might have been a real credit to this place, bad the public meeting to which *? a Member,' &c. refers, been & public meet ing in reality ; and when I state, that al thongh the great public were allowed to attend at McAdams's, it was not so much to get up a good Club as to see the inaugu ration into office of a few of those who con sider Uiomsclnn tin 'iippcroniit- oT Queenslan...

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1864. TIME TABLE. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 12 March 1864

186 4. TIME TABLE, Showing Daily Arrival and Despatch of Inland Mails --Hi L ill lw ' it ill I p 3 £ .o- tA Kill. j= » H P^it m$ it |o 5 io 5 (5 ie 3 * B - g 4 lit II If j i i VH P ill I ai ii if* I i li III ll^aliS. flJtflil B|l iff Hi - And sail iteaacr to ITorthem Forts eroy alternate Toesda-y.

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MARCH 11 1864. IN EQUITY Before His Honor Chief Justice Cockle. HEUSSLEE v. CAMPIN & ANOTHER [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 12 March 1864

Maech 11, 1SC4. Iir Eo.cmr. Before His Honor Chief Justice Cockle. Ueussleb v. Cahpis & anotheb. sir. Iiillcy moved tor a confirmation de cree, and the lands to be vested in the plaintiff, and bis several interests as certi fied by Registrar. Mr. Bramston for the Crown, Mr. Ball for defendants. Decree granted as prayed.

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 12 March 1864

'THE KOETn AUSTCAMAS' Is a portly social mod political argaB. It IxUercs In a great destiny for this ?atormlly ridi and teaotiful land; and it astawrgin pifcprr t,,m jata^^aggSS^t dfstiny as unioa amonj^t all EecUonf and dasseft of Its paople. This unjoo is altainabla ooljr on tmtm condiUon— EqnxUtj or ICIfbta. The « ICoETa AOSIBA [Usnirill.therel-ne-a- veil for the advancement of the colony, as because the principle is intnosically just, advocate egnal CSrO, H*ligioaj, and Xditteal IUghUforalleoloaistJ.JmapMUre otenrjr consideia ion as to Greed or Country . It believes tlie Constitution of the colony when faMy interpreted, folly dereti^ed and alloired bee action, to be in its UberaUty ihi most soiUble to our condition that could be devised. It will therefore, uphold tiie Constitution in ita Integrity ana oppose all changes in it, except each as are pro duced t-y its own adaptation and growth. It will condemn equally the cnorti or the indigent leveller of society who would bring all...

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SUPREME COURT. THURSDAY MARCH 10 Before their Honors Chief Justice Cockle and Mr. Justice Lutwyche. MURRIN v BLAKENEY [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 12 March 1864

SUPEEME CODKT. Thueedat, Mabch 10. Before tbeir Honors Chief Justice Cockle and Mr. Justice Lutwyche. Mcbbis v. Blakenet. The plaintiff sued the Acting Sheriff. Wm. T. Blakency, for the illegal seizure of his goods and fixtures. Mr. Uramston appeared for plaintiff; ud Mr. Mloy for defendant. A demurrer was entered, but over-ruled. Judgment for plaintiff. Mr. Jones moved that letters of adminis tration be granted to Emma Gardiner, widow of deceased, late of Boclchampton, on-the affidavits of G. Hart, W. W. Poble and W. S. Anderson. Motion granted. In re Bbowit. Probate of the will of W. A. Brown was granted to his widow, Caroline Amelia widow, W. T. Blakency, and T. \V. Daly. Hi re Bache. Mr. Jones moved that letters of adminis tration be granted to John Bache, oldest brother of deceased. Notice withdrawn. In re Petebsok & Voqkgeb. Messrs Peterson and Younger made application for a prohibition against Hugh (Hamon Massie, Police Magis trate, and Charles Dnnning, Sergeant of Po...

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WEEKLY CALENDAR. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 12 March 1864

WEEKLY CALENDAR SoDday , ? IX « « « W 6 « £40 S « Tuesday __16 -6 * BIS 6B 3S2 3 46' WjedneaaaT_16 6-6 ID T B * 10 * M Thursday —17 S T « 13 8 S * 66 ijt Friday ? IS ( t til 9«5«2«4

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FRIDAY, March 11. BEFORE the Police Magistrate. DRUNKENNESS [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 12 March 1864

Feidat, Habcb 11. Before the Police Magistrate. JSary Ann irmumoi -m*u» «??»?*? w^^fiortaO^te^ronkHmwu .BSEAOH OF TBB QCABAMTtSE LA.WE. Before the Police Magistrate, the Water Police Magistrate, and C.B. Lyons, J.P, - Oeorge T. Sandeford, late SargeonSnper intendent of tlie Flying Cloud, was charged w*ui ^uniting « «au*i3 MawiDeai, in mnbwor w the enquiries of the Health Officer as to the Binatary condition of the ship upon her arrival in Horeton Bay, owing to which a. contagions Terer bad been let loose within the corporate limits of the city. Mr. Little for tbe prosecution, Mr. Garrick for defen dant. Dr. Sanoeford pleaded sot guilty. The case was opened at some length by Mr. little, who reviewed the circumstances of tbe case and the quarantine law bearing thereon, and exonerated Dr. Hobbs from all blame io tiie^transactjoo. Dr. Hobbs'neposed that he was Health Office for ttaport^BrfSbane. He knew die defendant as the sargeon superintendent of the chip Hying Clond; he went mlong s...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 12 March 1864

|3nipErt2 for Sak, TjlOE SALE, mnd Immediate Delivery: — JC . 150% more or less, 2 year old Maiden , .Ewes ? -? Also. . 300, more or less, bead of Store Cattle, mixed sexes, «ge, IS months and upwards. Apply to W. H. . BKO1VXE, Auctioneer and Com mission Agent, Albert-street, War . wick. mO BE SOLD, 300 Head, more or less, X of first-class Dairy Cattle, with right of ran. of 4,000 acres on Doughboy Creek. 3j'or particulars, -apply to PATRICK BEYNOLDS, Doughboy Creek, (7 miles from Brisbane), on the Cleveland Boad. mfiE undersigned will make CASH AD JL VANCES on PEODUCE consigned to their 'London Correspondents, Messrs. GeUmUy, Hankey, and Sewcll, Leadenhsll. street. MOLTSON, BLACK, £ SMITH. Brisbane, December, 1863. ? ADELAIDE FLOUB.— For Sale by the undersigned, W. Dnf&eld & Co.'s snpeifine silk dressed floor. MOLISON, BLACK, & SMITH. 'E1OB SALE, by Private Control, the fol JD lowing first-class Sheep Properties in Queensland : — MITCHELL DISTRICT. BODHEY DO...

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The North Australian. SATURDAY, MARCH 12, 1864. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 12 March 1864

SATUBDATT.rAXCH 12. IMl. , Hebetoeobe thecUildrea of Ekinlocated in Queensland have not, iviili that %n thnsiasm and generality which else-' where makes tbem conspicaons, at tempted the celebration of the great national festival — St. Patrick's Day. True, detached efforts have been made. and carried throngfa with a fair amount of success and social enjoyment ; bat Queensland has not as yet seen in each of her towns, large and email, on the 17th of March, that fervid .exhibition of national love,- which the Irishman ciimes with him to cyery section of the globe where he makes his home. It is needless to tell those acquainted with Irish character, that in every position, the memory of home is ever green in the heart. - But -a number of reasons might be assigned for. the absence of ostensible display as a rule— none of them perhaps mor« potent than the objection to being considered peculiar in their observance of customs which other nationalities have resolved to for get. But this alth...

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CENTRAL POLICE COURT. THURSDAY MARCH 10. Before the Police Magistrate. DRUNKENNESS [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 12 March 1864

CENTRAL POLICE C0UET. Thursday, Makch 10. Before the Police Magistrate. DBUNKESNESS. Benjamin Hail was fined 10s, or 24 hoars in default. Bobert Alison, for being drunk and com mitting a nnisance, was fined 12s Cd. Daniel Smith was fined 30s for being drank and using obscene (anguage, or seven nays in aeinnit. John M'MUUn was fined 20s for using ob scene language, or one week's imprison ment in default.

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VICTORIA. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 12 March 1864

VICTORIA. The Modebk ' Eape of the Lock.' — An action was brought in the County Court, yestcrdav, iu which the value of a head of hair was estimated at no less a sum than £49 14s. The action was brought by Henry Field, on behalf of his daughter, a girl thir teen years of age, but passing for fifteen, or sixteen, against Itobert Tucker, captain of the immigrant ship Chatswortb, which arrived in Hobson's Bay from London, on «1.0 I'jtli j\f lnct m.-intli Plaintiff tiiul.it an. peared, three years ago, sent his child home to be educated, and as her uncle and aunt were coming ont to this colony by the Chats worth, she took ship with them. According to tbe plaintiff's case. Joseph Field, the uncle, gained tbe ill-will of the captain and some of the passengers, i-y insisting npon sonis alteration iu tbe berthagc accommoda tion, and it appears that his sins were visi ted npon his niece. When tlie vessel bad been at sea about sixty days, the passencers complained that the girl was uncleanly,...

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NOTES AND NEWS [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 12 March 1864

NOTES -A-ISJ-D NEWS. There are certain localities in Brisbane nrliicli shonld be properly lighted op at nigiit without waiting for tlie indefinite period when gas will be geuerally introduced. It is a dangerons undertaking tc thread one's way about town after a certain hour o nignt, -when even the feeble rajs of light proceeding from sbop windows are extin guished. During the wretched weather, which is not yet properly settled, it was a feat really attended with danger to attempt it, and a journey up to Spring Hill actually became frightful in contemplation. We would suggest to the Council to take the matter in hand at once. AVe remembor tlie time when certain parishes of London, before the use of gas became as general as now, were lighted entirvljr with eunpliene. At that time tlie use of kerosene oil had not been discovered. By creeling a few lamp posts in certain sections of tlie town and using kerosene oil, the roads could bo made safely passable when there is no moon to guide t...

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Shipping Intelligence DEPARTURE. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 12 March 1864

..-Sfi-M-mWU** ... . -???' BBFABTUBS. ?March 10- — Clarence, steamer, COO tens, tjaptaia HSiaa, for Sydney. Passenger— W.C.Bosn. EXPORTS. Clarence, for Sydney; 1 parcel, Kosvitz; 1 parcel, 2 cases frnit, G. Ban? and Co; 1 cask tallow, E. Lamb; 10 eases Utters, C. Knmmenr and Co; 1 box, GrenfiJL IfswiCH sXE&XEB.-The Brisbane will leave tho AJ5.N. Company'* wharf at ten oVIock this morning, for Ipswich. Tan Diamond, steamer, will leave Raff 's wharf for. Cleveland at ten o'clock tins morning. As the Diamond was coming np the river on Thursday evening, sae passed the brig, Gazelle, aground on a sand-spit near the Eacla Farm Flats. We were nnahlM in learn, yesterday, whether she had got off, bnt there -was every probability of her doing so at nigh tide. The flags of the various craft were yester 3ay at half-mast, as a token of respect to the deceased Giptain Witham, of the ketch. Perseverance, for the particulars oT whose untimely and lamentable death, we refer our readers to an...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 12 March 1864

HAIL STEAMER. . QmmvcT.tTfn Steam Navigatioh Co. mj&kZL fTIHE MAIL STEAMER HXnmutt-t^ JL Queensland, win WmSSS- leave for MARYBOROUGH, ?tt«s3«B GLAOSTONB, and ROCK. HAMPTON, on TUESDAY. Mart* K, ?JOHK STEPHENS. Secretary. ?flotius- OTIGE of REMOVAL.— BALLAN- Tl'NE and MeNAB. Coachbnildcrs, bejr to acquaint their customers and tlie I public, thmt they have now removed to ! their new premises in Albert-street, where I they intend to carry on their business in futnre. The increased extent and suita bility of these enable them to promise their supporters the advantages of a large selec tion of Vehicles of all kinds obtained from I the largest wholesale houses in bsth Mel. bourne and Sydney, as well as of their own I construction. I They wish particnUrly to draw attention I to the stock which they will always have on I hands of American Baggies, Waggons, &c, I of every description. I In giving the above notice, they avail I with pleasure the opportunity it affords to than...

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METEOROLOGICAL OBSERVATIONS. Taken at 9 a.m. (Per Electric Telegraph.) WIND AND WEATHER. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 12 March 1864

METE0K0LOGICA.L OBSEEVATIONS. Taken at 9 a.m. (Per Electric Telegraph.) WIND AKD WEATBEE. March 10. — Brisbane, 6.E., rain ; Ipsvlch, S.. cloudy; Lytton SSL, dull ; Laidley, S.E., raining; Toowoomba, E, raining heavily; Drayton, S.B, raining; Dalby, S.E., rain ing- Harch 11.— Brisbane, S, fine; Lytton, S.TL, showery ; Ipswich, S.E., fine; tiaidley, S.E^ showery; Toowoomba, E., raining; PnytunafcK. ***'»- - 1%?'*a*' — a~?

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Commercial Intelligence NORTH AUSTRALIAN Office Friday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 12 March 1864

fcflimncrrial §nttUtgtntt. Noeth Aceteaixah Office, ^_ . Friday Evening. The amount of business transacted during thcrsreek has been very limited, indeed, the explanation for which is easily given— namely, the weather. Happily, there is «»*; ... every appearance of a favorable change, ushered in by an admitted favor able omen, a new moon. We sincerely hope, however, that we shall not be trou bled again for some time with such adovn pouraswa have experienced for Hie last lorpngut remaps the working classes, those the nature of whose employment compels them to be out under all weathers have been the greatest sufferers hv it, for they have done little or nothimrfor the last fortnight. During its prevalence all communication ?with the country has been stopped, and the farmers were nnafaleto send in tbeir usual supplies of produce. Potatoes, in consequence, have become rather scarce, and are quoted at from £9 to £11 per ton ; and fresh butter and eggs from the same cause are scantily sup...

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MARYBOROUGH [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 15 March 1864

afABYBOBOUGH. (From the if. ChronicU, March 10.) A desperate attempt was made to break into the premises of Mr. Buss, chemist, on Tuesday night, hut was not successful. The seventh monthly meeting of the shareholders of the Central Qnensland Building Society was held on Monday even ing last, when £289 0s. 7d. was paid in de posits, and twenty shares sold at an ave rage of 16*i per cent. The heavy rains have caused a flood. Yesterday the river was four feet above the level of the wharf, and the continual down pour will with to-day's tide it is expected, cause it to rise much higher. The farmers, we fear, will be heavy sufferers. Business of course is at a standstill. None of the country mails have arrived. The following is a return of all patients received in hospital and discharged during the month of February :— Bemaining from January — 1 pay and 9 free patients: since admitted, 3 pay and 4 free patients. Total, 4 pay and 13 free patients. Discharged, 1 pay and 5 free patients; rem...

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WEDNESDAY MARCH 5. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 15 March 1864

Wednesday. Habch S. Before the Police Magistrate and Mr. Hendren. Fanny Hallam was charged with assanlt ing the constable in the execution of bis duty. Mr. Batlio addressed the Court on behalf of the prisoner, and stated that the attack had been committed under the impression that the constable was acting without the authority of a warrant. A plea of guilty was given, and the Bench inflicted a fine of 10s. CATTLE ETEAUKG. Patrick Kelly, John Kelly, and Edward Knlly were brought op on remand, charged with the above. offence, and wen remanded until the 17 tb instant, in consequence of the ^Bwff^SgSr^8lnBr^Sffr^ri^'lira%r '? again brought up, charged with stealing a calf at the Peak Mountain, the pioperty of Mr. Byland, of UnduUah; Mr. Batfao appeared for Michael Kelly, and Mr. Chnbb for John and Edward Kelly. Sergeant Canon apprehended the pri Boners at the Peak Mountain, all of whom pleaded not guilty. 'George Smith, stockman, in the employ of Messrs. Byland. deposed that be bad been...

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