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NOTES AND NEWS [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 15 March 1864

notes ^_m- jsnewe. The case of Dr. Sandiford, which is *- dragging its slow length along' without eliciting anything of material additional interest, wag again adjourned nntil this morning — the case for the prosecotion not yet being closed. The real want of interest in the case may be accounted for from the fast that counsel have to examine either physicians, who understand the profession, or otherwise passengers who hare no knowledge whatever of medicine. The law yers, also, being utterly ignorant of the ' healing art,' propose irrelevant questions which are equally incomprehensible to medical men 'or any oder man.' If the testimony bithrto.—— l— »?! ???«'? *—» t-™- perly condensed, it would probably have oc cupied the court for an hour or two at most. On the first day's examination. Dr. Hobbs got the benefit of at least four boars in tbe witness box, and the nitnesseB of minor importance in a likp proportion. At present the case remains bo utterly mystified tbat no one can, with ...

Publication Title: North Australian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
AMERICA. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 15 March 1864

.fAMEBICA. PresidenfcddfMamJs nomination is as snrea. - ? - The Confederate army has been largely reinforced. ? * ~ The seige dfC&arlestoii ^soDtznues. A resolution has been passed in tin federal Senate to enrol one miUum. -volmi' teers. . The Confederates hare moved -on Pitts burg. . They threaten Tennessee and Ken tucky. Tab war is -to be prosecuted with vigour. ' General Lonestreet oopupieg a gbmg position atXnpxvillB.

Publication Title: North Australian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
EUROPEAN. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 15 March 1864

EUBOPEAN. The war in SclieUmg-Holstein appears imo.Su.nt. ? ITJ,'- -AoMMju- .i,j *»-^ — f ? troops are advancing. Tbe British Govern ment have promised 20,000 troops to Den mark, but France declines to interfere. Eusaia has laid claim to a portion of Holstein. A general Enropean war is ex pected. The Polish Insurrection appears to be grad ually dying out. Tbe Spanish government has laid claim to Gibraltar. The distress in Lancashire is increasing. Tbe Bevenne returns shov a considerable decrease. The ? llediteranean fleet has been aug mented. A petition lias been filed in tbe Divorce Court against Lord Palmerstou for adul tery, damages, £20,000. Tbe exports show a decrease in corn and wheat, the prices of which are antidDated to rise in consequence of the war. The City of Brisbane fbr Qnecnsland has made her trial trip ; she has steamed 12 knots per hoar. The Prince Consort hat stiled for Queens land with 373'immigrants. The Queensland sailed on her trial trip on Dec 27th. It is hig...

Publication Title: North Australian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
THE REPUTED CAPTURE OP FRANK GARDINER. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 15 March 1864

THE BEPUTED CAPTCHE OF FEAKK GABDIKEB. (Abridged from the Bockbampton Bulletin Vaeiocs rnmours bave long prevailed that Frank Gardiner, the noturions bushranger of New South Wales, lay perdu in this co lony, to whose comparatively uninhabited interior be had fled to escape the hot search of tbe New Sonth Wales constabulary. The Sydney Government, procuring a cine to the retreat of the desperado, specially chartered Detectives M'Glone and Pye, and Tro iper Wells, '.to 'unravel the thread, in the course of wliich dutv these vigilant officers came to Bockhampton. Thence, assuming the cha racter of a party travelling to Peak Downs, they started, and arrived on tbe 2nd inst. at the scene of operations, Apis Creek, a tributary of the Mackenzie, lying at the nearest approach to the Peak Downs road, about 105 miles from town, and twenty -two from that river. Journeying from town Peak Downs-ward, you pass on the left tbe sheep station of Mr. M'Lenuan, lately pur chased from Charles Filzsimmo...

Publication Title: North Australian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
COMMERCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 15 March 1864

COUHBBCIAL. Sydney.— fleece and scoured wools an in demand; prices are firm. Hidesnstain their prices. Tallow is easier. The money market is high. Discounts are at 8 per cent. Queensland Bauk dis count is 6 per cent. January and Jnly un der date.

Publication Title: North Australian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
PORT DENISON. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 15 March 1864

POST DENISON. Tbe last Northern mail brought us the first issue of a new weekly journal, which has just began to be published at Bowen, under the name of the Port Deniton Times. As is very appropriately remarked in the opening article, the new-born organ is the ' pioneer of the press' in the far north of our Austra lian Continent; and a highly creditable and nsefnl renresentati ve it Dromises to be of tlie Fourth Estate, in its remote inter-tropical sphere of action. We extract from its columi s the following interesting and in structive notice of the infant city, of whose welfare and future development it bas un dertaken to become the especial guardian : — From want of a medium of acquiring a correct knowledge of 4bis place generally, we take Hie earliest opportunity of ioCo.ui ing our readers npon uie suDjen. Our harbour we believe to be unequalled by any in Queensland, and unsurpassed by any in the Australian culonien. The ap proach to the bay from seaward is safe and easy ? so m...

Publication Title: North Australian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
CHINA. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 15 March 1864

CHINA. Tbe war continues betureen the ' Imperial ists and Taepings. ? The Japanese Govennent has despatched ?n Embassy fo^Europa, .

Publication Title: North Australian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 15 March 1864

, ittfftjf for Safe, TiOB SALE, and Immediate DeK™yj JC KOft moreorlese, 2 year old Maiden .. ?. Ewes ' ? ? ? Also. 390, man or less, bead of Store Cattle. V ntxftd saxes, age, 18 months and ?awards. Apply to W. H. BBOWKE. Auctioneer and Com mission Agent, Albert-street, War wick. I TTtHE undersigned will nuke CASH AD L VANCES on PRODUCE consigned to their LtHraon Correspondents, Messrs. Geflady, Hankey, and Seven, Leadenhall MOLISON, BLACK, & SMITH. i Brisbane, Deoember. 1868. ? t * DELAIDE FLOUR.— For Sab by die . J\. undersigned, W. Dnffield tc Co.'s sanerfine silk dressed flour. ? : MOLISON, BLACK, & SMITH. { XtoB SALE, by Private Contract, the fol- 1 J lowing first-clasc Sheep Properties in 1 Queensland: — lIITCHELIi DISTRICT. BODNET DOWNS, with 12,000 sheep (ca pacity. 40.000). KENNEDY DISTRICT. JLVOS DOWNS, with 11.000 sheep and 1000 cattle (capacity 40,000 to 70,000 sheep). HEIDELBERG, with 8000 Gbeep (capacity 30,000 to 85.000). laiOHHABPT DISTRICT. KKW&...

Publication Title: North Australian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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DARLING DOWNS. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 15 March 1864

DARLING DOWNS. We notice the following, in tLe D. D. Gazetted issue of the above date : — St. Paxeick'e Dai is tbe Evesisg.— (Communicated).— The celebration of the I7th of March is becoming so general, not onlv at borne but wherever Irishmen dwell, that 'twas was with pleasure I read the an nouncement of 'a Public Dinner' being; sarv, for I believe our town is important en ongk now to raise its voice among so many others tbat annually honor the memory of ' Patrick's Day.' To all Irishmen, of whatever creed or class, the 17th of March brings maay fond associations, but to those especially like as who have voluntarily exiled ourselves from friends and country, the day conjures up glorious recollections, and in spirit we rush, back once more to our own green hills, and leek our brows with that *' chosen leaf of bard and chief,' which is Grin's native shamrock. Separated as we are from the land we love, the smallest tribute we can pay her memory is to keep alive her national festi val,...

Publication Title: North Australian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Tuesday, March 8. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 15 March 1864

Tuesday. March 8. Before the Police Magistrate and Leith Hay, Esq. How Fow, a celestial, was summoned for leaving the service of Mr. John Hanran. Mr Thompson appeared for the plaintiff and Mr. Batho for defendant. The plaintiff is the landlord of the North Star Hotel, and the defendant had been hired by him under a verbal agreement on the 21st of last month; feigning illness he left, and not returning Mr. Hanran dis- covered him at Sullivan's Family Hotel as cook. The bench fined the defendant £2. | ILLEGAL DETENTION OF A COW. John Donnelly was charged by one Joseph Gibson for detaining a red cow, branded JI9 on the rump. Hr.Cbubbforthe plaintiff, and Mr. Sul livan for the defence. Each af the parties swore to the cow being his property, making it a difficulty far the bench to decide. The case was eventually dismissed. ABECOSDTKfi FBOB SERVICE. Anton Koht was charged by John Collins with leaving his employ. It appeared that Koht, who ia a Ger man, had agreed to stump a paddock for £...

Publication Title: North Australian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
FRIDAY MARCH 11. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 15 March 1864

Friday. Habch 1 1. William Bnssell. a man of many sum men. was charged on the police sheet with vagrancy. The prii oner was taken into custody by Police OonsUble Elligett at the Clare Castle Hotel, after bavin;; called for a glass of rum and not paying for it. Tbe old man's defence was, that a friend had shouted and that he was included. The Magistrate thought different on the matter, and ordered him with durance vile, for 14 days. . DBDNKENKESS. Mary Allen was fined 5s. for the above offence. Monday. Mabch 13. Before the Police Magistrate. Alfied Boss was charged with being drunk and disorderly. The prisoner, whose face was considerably disfigured, pleaded guilty. The Bench fined him 20s., or 48 hours. STABBIKG. Alfred Boss was again charged with this heinous offence. The constable then on duty deposed that the prisoner was given into bis charge on the evening of Saturday last when near the Clarendon Hotel, aud identified the knife produced as the one taken from the prisoner. Mr. P...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
THE FEVER ENQUIRY. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 17 March 1864

THE FEVER ENQOIBT. A uebtino of the Immigration Board was held yesterday morning at tbe Immigration Office, in order to institute an enquiry as to tlie cause or origin of the fever which bas lately made its appearance in Brisbane, and to ascertrin if it had originated on board the shin Flying Cloud. Dr. Kenibal occupied the chair, and by himself and Dr. Hohbs mainly was the in vestigation conducted. Seveia Iwitnesses — passengers by tiie Flying Cloud — were cx nniinud, among others, Sir. Robert M'Gavan, son of tbe minister of that name, of Bris bane. From tlie evidence of this young gentle man it appealed that the prevalent opinion on board tbe Flying Cloud, long before her arrival in tho bay, was that fever existed on board the ship. He was not of opinion tbat beer or spirits had been served out immoderately on board tho ship. W» of opinion tiint the man who had been buried in the Bay on the Sunday after arriving, had died of fever. Such was the common impression on board the ship....

Publication Title: North Australian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
CAPTURE OF NOTORIOUS DEPREDATORS. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 17 March 1864

CAPTURE OF NOTORIOUS - DEPEEOATOBS. Just as tbe public mind was beginning to cnmpaso itself iu relation to the probabili ties of the eventual escape of the forger, j Paifcenberg, it was again tiirotvu into tbe greatest state of excitement when it was announced on Sunday last, that nut ouly Falkeuberg, but also Gardiner, the notorious bushranger' and the Napoleon of colonial criminals, bad been captured, and were then and there »u board the Queensland, heavily ironed and iu secure keeping. Brisbane had hardly anticipated such honor, aud in consequence hastened to do homage to the 'distinguished arrivals' by rushing pell mell to the wharf, blocking np tlie gangway and surrounding the unenviable objects of curiosity with lips apart aud widely stariug evtis. as if they had been tlie (ot first speci mens of the genus homo ever visiting oar re mote colony. Aud there they were sure enough ? the bushrauger ill at ease and whnily reserved ; realizing, as it were, his critical position, mid d...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
PETITION TO THE DUKE OF NEWCASTLE. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 17 March 1864

PETITION TO THE DUKE OF NEWCASTLE. Sib, — As the accompanying letter from the Colonial Secretary, which was received by me this morning, may lead to a belief that the lnemoralists referred to therein have been attempting to provoke a further correspondence on the subject of tbe peti tion to the Duke of Newcastle, I think it richt to inform tbe public that they have not done so, and that when they had placed their memorial iu the bauds of his Excel lency for transmission, and made the public acquainted with what they had done, they considered their task completed. As tbe Culonial Secretary asserts that the petition contain numerous misrepresen tations, I may be pardoned for saying Ibat I am not aware that it contains one ; and that notfrithstaudtug his asscrtiou, I am not afraid, from nny statement Ihatpejti tion contains, ot being placed fh the awk ward position which he himself occupies in the correspondence attached thereto, namely — oTlnving to apologise for. end-confess to a, ve...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Colonial Secretary's office. Brisbane, 23rd February 1864 [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 17 March 1864

Colonial Secretary's Office, Brisbane, 23rd February, ISCL En, — I have tlie bonor to acquaint yon that bis Excellency's responsible advisers will not imitate tlie very unusual course which has been pursued by tha publication in the newspapers of an tx parU statement, such as the petition to the Duke ot New castle, before it had iresn submitted to her Majesty's Government; but at the proper time, and iu the proper quarter it may be thought advisable to correct the numerous misrepresentations, and to supply the numerous omissiou6 of that document. 3. This could not be done fay the last opportunity, because the twtition was de livered for transmission ira the 17th instant, ouly a few hours before the time advertised for the closing of the mail, although .the memoriaHits.faad nearly four weeks for its preparation since the meeting at the School of Arts on the 21st ultimo. 3. This letter will receive -the same pub licity that was given to your petition, bnt further correspondence on the...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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GLASGOW. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 17 March 1864

GLASGOW. The Lady Bowen steamer sails from Glasgow to Brisbane on the 1st February

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QUEENSLAND TURF CLUB [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 17 March 1864

Q0EESSL4.UD TUBF CLUB. Sib.— I am delighted to Bad that, at length, some little interest is beginning to be .felt Ijj; Uu-.i-— tU-J» oar racing matters. I I notice in yonr columns this morning a letter signed 'Traveller.' in which the writer objects to the manner in which the ' present committee was elected, aud in a measure denies that the public meeting was ^ public meeting. . Now, t-ir, I confess I am at a loss to understand 'Traveller.' The meeting was called by public adsataemad in the local papers, and was held in the Coffee-room of the Sovereign Hotel (kindly lent us for the occasion by Mr. M'Adam), on tlie lGtli July, 1863. This first meeting was so small that it was adjourned until the 3rd August; and even at the second one, held in the same place; I dun't think there were twenty persons. No onu present objected to any of the names proposed as committee men. Why did not others attend and see that things were done as to them seemed fit? To the names of those gentlemen propos...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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MELBOURNE. March 16 [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 17 March 1864

MELBOURNE. March 16. Mr. Duffy retires from Parliament shortly with the intention of paying a visit to Ireland.

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TRAVELLER AND THE TURF CLUB [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 17 March 1864

TBiVELLEB AUD THE TUBF CLUB. 5£iSS-fe~ona-«T?roctDWrortlie-}neuiislftn,j Turf Club.tiut he does not appear to have de rived any benefit from it. Traveller and Jorrocks both want races, and are just like two children wanting a toy, when they don't get it at the precise time they want it they commence to fret and fiitne. Traveller must be a rara arts ; his ideas a,Unut a. public meeting ore somewhat singular; will he deay that it is not sufficient to advertise a meeting fora month, and then to adjourn it for another month to give it publicity. For my part, I am perfectly satisfied to leave it to tlie public to judge. Traveller then lets tht cloven foot appear by trying a little abuse — using tbe words ' upper crnst, danglers, toad-eaters, and £0009,' but as the cap is too large for any of the Committee, he had better try it on himself. Traveller next alludes to how the Committee was formed — a Committee proposed and seconded at n oublic meeting. and carried by a large majority — how i...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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ADELAIDE. March 16. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 17 March 1864

ADELAIDE. March 16. Five vessels laden with wheat have sailed for Sydney. Wheat has been offered freely at 7s 6d.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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