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IPSWICH. Thursday. March 10. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 15 March 1864
IPSWICH. (FB0M ODB OWX COBBESPOKDBKT.) Thursday. March 10. With the exception of a slight shower or rain Friday was fine, although the morning onked anything but propitious; however. he weather in the afternoon put on a inghter appearance, and the sun once more broke through the clnnds at intervals, dis pellinethe gloom tint badsolnng surrounded ns. Thoae who had not dared to venture on ib threshold of late now tripped hither and thither, some to see the effects of the late rains, and others more especially to shake offthedulncssofsolong aa imprisonment. 'he river has been rising gradually most of the day, but this evenine indications are visible of its lowering. 'The lower store ?oases are not to be seen, neither is the ferry honse on the opposite side ; and Mr. 0 Bourke's water engine has been gradually disappearing, half of the machinery of which being under water. The steamer Settler discharged her cargo of plant for Messrs. Peto and Company, on the north side iu the forenoon, a...
MEETING AT THE SCHOOL OF ARTS. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 15 March 1864
MEETING AT THE SCHOOL OF ARTS. A meeting of the Electors of Brisbane, convened by advertisement, was held last evening in the School of Arts, for the pur pose of bearing from Mr. Raff an address relative to bis parliamentary conduct while acting as their representative, and to take leave of them before starticg for England. There was a very large attendance, both in point of respectability and inflnence, the hall being crowded to its limits, and the ad dress was listened to with the greatest at tention, frequently eliciting hearty applause. iwjmnmm having made a bv remarks introducing the speaker, Mr. Baft rose, and spoke as follows : — Mr. Rait opened his address by stating his reasons for appearing before thjm. be lieving it to be conducive to the interests of both represented and representatives that these meetings should take place. He jus tified in the first place, and at great length, his connexion with an organized opposition to the Ministry, from the corrupt influences of th...
No title [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 15 March 1864
'TOE NORTH ACSTB ALIAIT' is a purely social and political organ. It believes in a great destiny for this satnrallT ridi asd beantifnl ljuid j aod 31 also believes that nothing can contribute » powerfully to the speedy attainment oT that destiny « union tmoogst all wctiome and classes or iu people. 3SiiB nnion is alUinable only on one condition— Equality of nigbts. Hie ' Koeih Acstu ittsf'willltueRfi)R, as welt tot tiie adraoeemeat of the colony, as because the principle b iabiiuically just, advocate equal -3vtt, Kdigiouj, and l'outical BiffitM forallcolontein, iirespective of every conliden ton as to Creed or Conntrr. It believes the ConitfUnHon of the colony ?hen fairiy interpreted, tally developed and allowed bee action, to be iu ttx liberality the most suitable to our condition that conl* be devised. It will thereJore, uphold the Constitution in its integrity and oppom all changes in it, except such aa are pro duced by its on adaptation and growth. It wBl «?'- ' equally the eflor...
MUNICIPAL COUNCIL [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 15 March 1864
MUNICIPAL COUNCtl.. The Municipal Council assembled at their regular fortnightly meeting, in the Munici pal Chambers yesterday afternoon. Members present : His Worship the 'Mayor, and Aldermen Sdmondstone, Petrie, Pettigrew, and Uartin. The minutes of the last meeting were read ana approved. COBBESPOBSENCC Colonial Secretary's Office, approaching cesaion to_ introduce a BUI to amend the law relating to Municipalities, and will give due consideration to any sug gestions which your Council may think it advisable to make on the matter, provided yon will favor me with them at yonr earliest convenience. 2nd. I take this opportunity of informing yon that after examining in detail the pro posed Bill for the Incorporation of the City of Brisbane, the Government does not feel able to snppart such a measure at the presenttime; some of its provisions being inadmissible, where wonld appear to be no reason why the same legislation should nat suffice for Brisbane as for corporate towns. I have th...
WEEKLY CALENDAR. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 15 March 1864
WEEKLY CALKNDAK. ^^.?hu So» Sua Uotnr'-iHi$ *»Hi HsaoHieet. b,,,,. g.^ Aat b». Tuesday ? IS 66 6 15 I 9 JB 8*S Wednesday _16 66 e Ii 7 9 * JO * 31 Thursday .1! 6 1 613 8 » «« Sa Friday ? ;_18 67 612 9»&*S6* Saturday ? 19 68 (11 10 » 6« eSg Sunday ? SO 6 S B 10 11 9 7 W T 34 Stondmy ? 21 6 S 69 12 B 7 56 8 20
The North Australian. TUESDAY, MARCH 15, 1864. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 15 March 1864
%\t ^ovtjr gttsttaliau. TUESDAY, MARCH IS, 1864. The news by tie mail possesses, under the general financial arrangements of the colony, a. special and peculiar in terest. We learn that the time of that great \rariike explosion which_will shake Europe to 'its centra is rapidly ap proaching; and while the telegram de point to a xAwdtaaoB on the part of capHaliEte to compromifie themselves by speculation, which can only be traced to the general apprehension and feeling of insecurity to which ihe existing state of things most natnrally give rise. Should those fears be leatizeii, we may look for a demand for money far greater than prevailed in the late Crimean war, for the straggle will be of wjder and grander proportions, and the doubt of what may be the ultimate result more keenly felt In such a case the merits of aU fresh claimants for aid on the English money market will be cam fully scrutinised; and not Hie least' watchfulness. will b6~ exerted towards those springing from the colo...
CAPTURE OF NOTORIOUS DEPREDATORS. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 15 March 1864
CAPTUBE OF NOTOBIOUS DKPBEDAT0BS. Josr as the public mind was beginning to compose itself in relation to the probabili ties of ihe eventual escape of the forger, Falkenberg, it was again thrown into tbe greatest state of excitement when it was announced on Sunday last, tbat not only Falkenbere. but also Gardiner, the notorious bushranger and the Napoleon of colonial criminals, bad been captured, and were then and there on board die Queensland, heavily iroued and in secure keeping. Brisbane had hardly anticipated such honor, and in consequence hastened to do homage to the 'distinguished arrivals' by rushing pell mell to the wliarf, blocking up the gangway and surrounding tlie unenviable objects of curiosity with lips apart and widely staring eyes, as if they had been the two oral speci mens of the gout homo ever visiting our're mote colony. And there they were sure enough— the bushranger ill at ease and wholly reserved; realizing, as it were, bis critical position, and dartiug quick ...
TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. ARRIVAL OF THE ENGLISH MAIL, NEW TO JANUARY 26. ADELAIDE. March 12. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 15 March 1864
TELESEABHIC 3S1JJW6. AERIVAL OF THE ENGLISH MAIL, News to January 26. [TnaOUGU' GBBVTIXK AND BIBD, BXOXEa'8 A0EKTS.1 ADELAIDE. March 12. The Boyal^Maa Steamer Bombay lias ar rived at King George's Sound, bringing English news to the 26th January. Amongst the passengers is tbe newly appointed Bishop of GouJbnrn. Ber Majesty continues well. Her Royal Highness the Princess of Wales has given birth to a son ; the ac couchment took place on the 8th of Jan nary. Parliament has been prorogued until the 4th February. The Great Eastern, steam ship, has been offered at auction. £-50,000 was bid for her. A new Australian Steam Company has been formed. The Doke of Bemulb pontoo.pl.te. «,- sign-&oi--! ?Hit probable successor will be Lord Wodehonse.
WATER POLICE COURT. Before the Police Magistrate, and the Water Police Magistrate. BREACH OF QUARANTINE LAWS. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 15 March 1864
WATEB POLICE COUBT. Before the Police Magistrate, and the Water Police Magistrate. BBEiCH OF QVASASmm tiWS. The case of Dr. George T. Sandiford, of the ship. Flying Cloud, was continued this morning. Dr. Landsdowne, recalled by the bench :— I cannot recollect having viewed a body in — i.i.,1. j— tt.i...j iffftrrt! ttevt rnrnri» fnrnr within eheWEfiVe years. ' By Mr. GOxick: I mm a licentiate of tbe College of Physicians; I was clinical clerk to the fever wards in the University of Edinburgh ; I studied under Drs. Clirysrison, Hughes, Bennet, and Sennent Gardiner in the years *o4 and *55-, since then I have been house-surgeon of a provincial hospital and in general practice ; I do not remember having attended soy cases of typhoid fever till now; in my opinion typhoid fever is both contagious and infections; there are at present, as far as I can judge, only five cases of typhoid fever in the hospital ; deaf ness may occur at any stage of typhoid fever; a man could not walk about darin...
Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 15 March 1864
ABSTTALS. SUCK II.— Gtxelle, schooner, 25 tons, fcan Sydney. K. B. Forrest, agent. March IS.— Qoeendanu. steamer. 600 toss, Cantata Cnrpaey, from Northern PMts. PaBsengoTB— Mr.mndMrs. MT»g gart,Mn. Christie, Mrs. Wilson. Mr. and Mrs. Cane, Captain Jeffrey. BJJ, Captain Powell, Messrs. Fitzgerald. %. Spencer, Premien. B. M-Culloch. D. fflCuIloen, Par rott, C.Powell. Palmer, Bellas. Kffimiin, Jamieaon, A. P. Woo*. Cramp. Thompson. Foreman, Smith, Smith, Melfitt, Bosenthall, Cameron, Wood, W. Persuouse, S. W. Evans, DetectivcsM-Glone, pye, ana Wells, and 80 in the steerage, besides three Con stables and two prisoners (Gardiner and Falkenburg). * DEPABTGBES. March 11.— Alliance, ship, 699 tons. Cap tain William Flett, for AJfcyab, in ballast, jffo Passengers. March 13.— Ware or Life, schooner, 73 tons. Captain Wanw*Ti_ for Maryboxoughi ill ballast. No passengers. HfPQEXB. Gaxelle, schooner, ? from Sydney : — 10 nhds. ale, 10 casks bottled beer, 185 bags maize, £ handles currants. 3 case...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 15 March 1864
' PK? ? iibm* 1 1 ^iMfcaLtSaj-- - * ?-' I HBMimi - jmyynmHBMiig i ' MAIL STEAMER. I QOBEKSLAUD &TEAM NAVIOVrlOH Co. I «£}?£&. rpHE MAIL STEAMER ?ffiJjyL JL QUEENSLAND, will iftwKiIV' leave for MABYBOBOUGH, JValtfllalg GLADSTONE, mnd BOCK. HAMPTON, on THUBSDAY, March 17, at 2 p jn. JOHN STEPHENS. Secretary. Jl0lUtS NOTICB of REMOVAL— BALLAN- J TTNE and McNAB. Coacbooildera, beg to acquaint, their customers and the J public, that they have no* removed to j their new premises in Albert-street, where j they intend to cany on their business io fntnre. The increased extent and suite- I I bility of these enable them to promise their 1 supporters theadvautaTes of a large selec tion of Vehicles of all kinds obtained from J the largest wholesale houses in both Mel- I . bourne and Sydney, as well as of their own I 1 construction. } J ? They wish-particularly to draw attention J ' to the stock which they will always have on J Lands of American Buggies. Waggons. &c - brav...
METEOROLOGICAL OBSERVATIONS. Taken at 9 (Per Electric Telegraph.) [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 15 March 1864
MKXBOBOIAHHOAL OBSBBV~A.T1UKS. Taken at 9 a.tn. (Per Electric Telegraph.) March 12. — Sydney, barometer, cor rected. 80-081; thermometer, shade, 72-7; force of wind, 0; cloud, 1. WIND AMD WEAXBBB. March 12.— Brisbane, E. by N, fine; Lyt ton. 8.E, fine ; Ipswich, S.E, fine ; Laidley, S.EL, fine; Toowoomba, E, dull; Drayton. E. cloudy ; Warwick, S. E-. fine : Dolby. S.H, cloudy; Sydney, calm, fine, and warm. March 14.— Brisbane, NJL,fine; Lytton, S.E., dull; Ipswich, E.S.B.. cloudy; Laid fey, S.E, fine; Toowoombs, E. dull; Dray ton, E.. fine ; Warwick. EL, fine ; Dalby. S.E., doll.
Commercial Intelligence. ROCKHAMPTON. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 15 March 1864
Coumicrdai intelligence. BOCKHAMPTON. We extract the following items of com mercial news from the files of the Bodthamp tm BuJetin:— Advices from up-country state that the floods having subsided, and the roads be come practicable, traffic has been resumed. Total number of bales wool received in town dining the week ended March 4th, 1864— *P bales. M. Wormald reports : There has been a greater amount of freedom in the commercial transactions during the past week than for some time past, caused more especially by the marked improvement in the weather, and the increased facilities in communica tion with the country districts. I have sold at auction 10 allotments on the Athelstane Bange. containing about V acres, at anave ? tfbsV !au*KentiKve*rougni*qoaBj 55uW factory prices. Horses. — A large amount of stock naa changed hands at somewhat higher rates. Unbroken stock is scarce. Quotations: — First-class hacks and light harness bones, £22 to £35; ordinary ditta, £11 ..to £80; in ferior a...
CENTRAL POLICE COURT SATURDAY MARCH 12 Before the Police Magistrate. SUMMONS CASES. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 15 March 1864
CENTBAL POLICE COUBT S&TBBD&Y, MWCB 12. Before the Police Magistrate. SDMUOK6 OASES. Limp v. Heely.— For the sum of £10 10s, work and labour done. Nn appearance of defendant. Verdict for plaintiff. Myers v. Price. — An adjourned case, in which the plaintiff sued for tlie keep of a iiorse. The plaintiff made no appearance to-day. Verdict for plaintiff in the amount of 10s — sum or-ed to by defendant. Perkins v. Feint. — So appearance of de fendant. Tbe amount claimed was £8 10s. Verdict for plaintiff. Connell v. Horded.— For the sum of £3. The defendant pleaded an off-set to the amount of 303. the amount charged for one thousand shingles which he bnrat,as 'U-ey were not fit for use.' Verdict for plaintiff in the fnll amount claimed.
LATEST TELEGRAM. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 15 March 1864
LATEST TELEfiRAM The B.M.S.S. Bombay has arrived with the English Hails. The Clarence has sailed with the Queens land portion of the English Hail. The Alexandra, Branch Steamer, will sail from Adelaide, to overtake the outgoing mail ship at King George's Sound, on Fri day, the 25th. The Yarrawill sail on Thursday.
SYDNEY. March 12th. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 15 March 1864
6TDNEr. March 12th. The Church and SJiool Lands Bill has been read a second time. On tbe Wentworth diggings, yesterday, a man named Spicer, took ten pounds of gold from his claim. It is not likely that immigration will cense this year, there being £60,000 in hand. Flour is £23 10s per ton. The Telegraph arrived on Friday, and sailed to-day. The Clarence arrived to-day and will sail on Tuesday. Tbe weather remains wet. March 14. The Englishmen arrived yesterday. A grand complimentary reception break fast was given to-day to the English cricketers. Flour is £25 per ton. 'Wheat, 10s. per bushel. Tbe Tarn Tarra arrived yesterday.
SUPREME COURT. MONDAY. MARCH 14. 1861. IN INSOLVENCY. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 15 March 1864
SDPEEME COURT. Honda*. Hatch 14, 1861. . ..„„ . ,.. . jKijtSplVBICY. . . , .,_„.,. . ^fortliB Htmor»Ir.Jo=*toIiotwyche. In. re HoBctssxr. There T*as» second meeting in this case. Debts to the amount ;of SMS ITu. 8d. having been proved, and a trade assignee appointed, the meeting dosed. In re Bbadt. This was was a -second meeting. Then were no debts proved. Heeling dosed. This was also a second meeting. Debts to the amount of £1309 16s. 9d. were .proved, and Mr. Smith was appointed' trade as signee; Thursday. 28th April, was appointed for » third bearing, and the meeting dosed1: K Jhre FrrzGTBBOB. In this, tbe first hearing, one debt to the amount of £66 13s. IOcL was proved, and the meeting declared closed. J» n Hokbtoh. Bat Tbaxwat Cohfaxt. This was * special meeting. A debt of £92 4s. 3d. having been proved, the meeting closed Jh n Bnaais. ' ' This was also a special meeting for proof of debts. £966 3s.2d- were allowed. . Mr. Hamilton made an application for aa adjournment of die ...