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NEW ZEALAND (VIA SYDNEY) September 27. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 29 September 1863

i.BC:K I NBW ZRALAKD. (Tii6n-mx.) ; Bepteniberf7. News from Aocklaid to the Uthiattant has just been recovtd h*ra.( ._ ? .???'(!'?* . ' ' ' . ? ' .' : A. bidy 6T Maories had made aaattuk on ?' CamelonTown. where a number of oanoes ' I ware discharging Commissariat stares. In the attack Mr. Armytage, the Police ' ? liagwlrate. and sixteen friendly . natives Wen' killed. The marauders succeeded in * . plnniqriiig sod carrying off a quantity of fttol'BV? * — : . ' . ?': ' On tbe news of the disaster reaching I' ' bead-quarters. ?? defcchment of the 66th - ..T 3tegiriient' was despatched to. recover the - t ^stores, s Having overtaken the Maories. * ?;[ sttrnrih took place, in ?which, we are sorry ''''. to iSay.CUptain Swift and two Privates were '- Idled. Tbe Maories left twelve of the! .' nuribtr dead on the field; and alter a smart broth the troops retained. ?

Publication Title: North Australian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
ADELAIDE. September 26. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 29 September 1863

ADELAJEDS. ? ,«eptember9S. ? It is proposed *u mcre«sa-tlie capital of the company for northern ookmliation to one million— Ihe ammmf-tD^eaSfdribed in £25 snare*. 'It ts'abo!re*of«iao[te Meet tte 'tend to ^;s^o9 njK-n;^L'a«^^riotorU Uiw, aeartlttOiar^-r.-Qarf-ent%r|a, where intendiog, «*rehoUl«*»*a.i» *»«*« Oat » hWwiony wui^^wawhihsa.

Publication Title: North Australian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
EAST MORETON ELECTION. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 29 September 1863

EAST MOEETON ELECTION. The fallowing is the return non-official of the state of the poll for the East Moreton khil North Brisbane ..108 82 94 65 32 South Brisbane ..29 23 7 14 8 German Station .. 3 3 11 1 0 Woogarao .... 4 3 7 11 Moggill .... 13 8 7 0 1 OxleyOreek ..11 S 3 14 J Cleveland .... 10 8 2 6 0 178 130 ISO 91 43 Since then, through the kind attention of the Betarntng-officer, C. W. Blakeney.Esq., wr.», we are enabled to complete the list, whereby it is shown that Messrs. Edmon etone and Cribb are the representatives for East Moreton. The following is the official return from Fimpama, which decided finally the election. PlMFAMA BSTCBV. Edmonstone . . ? ? 3 ? Cribb ? * 2 Brookes ? 1 Jones ? 0 Warry ? 0 Therefore at the declaration of the poll, this day. Messrs. Edmonstone and Cribb wQl be declared dnly elected.

Publication Title: North Australian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
NOTES AND NEWS [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 29 September 1863

? ?'-??? :k!»F= ? ' ? Tan GtwtnmaU Qaxette of Saturday last nutifius that the Bev. Thomas Keating, and , the Bev. Jeremiah Moynehan. ministers of , ?; thej man Catholic Cbnrcb, are registered ? ,'aslf Uters of religion for die celebration of ' ' m*tt ges within the colony of Queensland. :. ill Thomas Clohesy, Chief Constable, haft m appointed Bailiff of the Court of ' '?**& stsatGaynnah. ' , . ' ... '£**kS8i tiia^M-IfclflLtTinig iin-lnnilcWa rr'nrffi -«'SB^ ,rii fflf .,,. fl«^ ^Watnrday jhau-,: Appointments ? Mr. Augustus Cesar - Son hann, to the gr»de of clerk of 4he 1st das* in The department of the Auditor Gem al; this appointment to take; effect from at July, 1868.— Mr. 'W. C. TJnsworth ? ? to.th tof clerk of the 3rd class in toe Be gistr r General's Office, vice Buckley, pro ? toot! .— Mr. J. B.B.Gachrist,tobe locker ' ' and.] arehouseman in the Cnstoms depart .' ? men! Bockbampton.— Mr. Bobert King, to ' be la [ing waiter at Ipswich. Beaignation. ?—3% es Tj.Hsynes.Esq....

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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CANINE LOGIC. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 29 September 1863

CANINE LOGIC. Without outraging the 'Lords of Creation,' men may be kaid in some respects _|p jresemble dogs. One particular*1' Jjeiftur* , . which occasionally characterises both dogs and men is ' Bnappishnees.' Thus we find both the canine and the human animal strongly disposed at times to '?soap1' at his fellow. -This disposition to chur lishness may arise from a variety of causes ; but one tiling isoerfainthat it -invariably manifests itself, whenever a feeling springs up in the mind of dog or man that he is unfairly dealt - with by his brother animal._ As soon as the: xg][$Hnq^ fanaireir|t0^goottiiiunouTj! sociability, forbearanoe in the:. mutual relations of life. This fact is constantly evidenced by the daily incidents whether of canine'or human, existence. ,' - If two ' dogs are denizens of£hesame kennel, just let one put the otherout of humour by any undue' aggression of his rights and privileges, and he is Bare to lead a dogs life of ft ever after.' It is of no conseqnenoe...

Publication Title: North Australian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
A SOMBRE VIEW OF THE PROPOSED RAILWAY. (Contributed.) [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 29 September 1863

A 60MBRB VEBW OF THE PROPOSED BATXWAY. ( Contributed.') Whatever may be the conclusions which men possessing the remotest acquaintance with the subject must have arrived at with reference to the engineering peculiarities of the Govern ment Railway scheme, its bearing upon the general interests of the. colony has scarcely been sufficiently discussed. And when we call to mind the system of juggling And tergiversation which I has been brought to play to secure its adoption, we are not surprised at this. It is not more than once in a man's lifetime that he is likely to witness such a display ; and the sense of novelty has, in most instances, for the time dis abled the judgment of the spectators. Only on the last evening the subject was before the Assembly, the Minister for Lands and Works performed another gyration, and having previously adopted Mr. Fitzgibbon'6 report— that six months would be required to pre pare the plans and sections of the line to the Little Liverpool Range — cooll...

Publication Title: North Australian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 29 September 1863

- Impounded at the Drayton sad Too. woomba Pound, from Gowrie, 12th Sept., 1863, by order of E. de St. Jemn. Esq. Damages Juid driving 1*. par head : — White steer emit . no brand visible : brown and white coir, JFB (JF conjoined) off ribs, 'piece oat off. ear; strawberry steer, like ' ttm Dew ramp, top off ear; strawberry calf, nnbranded ; ted steer, white streak, xump, like O off thigh; strawberry cow tike Xf conjoined off ramp, top off emr;jred ' steer, H near ribs and romp, piece hack off ear; red and white oowj blotch, like GM off ribs ana romp, like Utf- off shoulder, slit off ear; white poley cow, MU conjoined, off , ramp and off ribs, piece back off ear; white beifer calf, tike C off shoulder, top off ear; rod hslfcr calf, unbranded; yellow and white heifer. AH near shoulder, like MK near ribs; red bull calf, unbranded ; strawberry cow, like T off ramp, like JM off ribs, illegible brand near ramp ; blue and white steer, like JO or JG near ribs, like W over -' a conjoined nea...

Publication Title: North Australian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
MELBOURNE. September 28. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 29 September 1863

WELBOUBNE. ;.....; . ;,._ -:-c ??.nBeptember 38. Bir Henry BarfcJyV £be; late «o«Bmor of Victoria, aailed t^ his new Government of a steamer -and accompaoied Sir Henry Barkly to Port Philip Heads, aid wafted after him and hi* family hearty Mienx. . 'The Balb-arat Champion .t^ce'fia at tracting a large «nx-OQt --f .p»Mie »tteBlion. Archer is a etrong taTorite, and^aSer him are ranged Mormon, and Bariron. - ' ' t ? .'J i- '? ^fie|JttttMr S6. ? Aqnarfa r8aite»;berii rtniekQta All iance of tiren^^Te; niitle* Grain Melbourne. A ton of staff taken ata depth of eight feat, yielded Soz: 3 darta. ?- rr' H^q1 1 : Kewshia teen. reciiVed Wit tin Otago

Publication Title: North Australian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 29 September 1863

A MEETING of' Members, of die ?vTCTORIANCMCKETjtH-TJB will be held at Mason'e VICTOR!*..1 HOTEL on WEDNESDAY Afternoon, at 4-15 p.m., tiieneeto proceed to practice. . a p T c OLDHAM, Hon. Sec

Publication Title: North Australian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. SYDNEY. September 26. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 29 September 1863

- ? - f-r ^aTyTr^V^^3 f~* ^/*7 *rycnccp*jai * ?-.' . f n*tt :«DB OWN bmtBEZMBDBSTS.) SYDNEY. . .. beptember 26. A Bica lead iws- bean etrnck at Gnndagai, seventy-five leet from the snriace. There is a rush or diggers. The Qaeen, si earner,, front Uelbojtme, was unable to dsarlaat evening. bnt tailed to day for Brisbane. ' ' '?' ' The Yarra, from Laonceaton to Basbane, passed the port. ': At' the Orfmina! Seasons, sow . fitting here, tiro prilonen bare been eonwoted for nnlanfnlly wounding, and one for feloni ously stabbing.' The case of Chubb, for embexxlement from his. employer* Henri. Bynes ?ndOo.,wiiilie4sriea-toHniorrow.

Publication Title: North Australian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
PUBLIC MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 29 September 1863

PUBLIC MEETING. (Abridged from the Warwick Mail.) A large and influential meeting of the in- habitants of the town and district was held at the Downs Hotel on Tuesday evening last, having for its object the necessity of remonstrating with the government on the partiality displayed by the Surveyor- General in marking out the extension of the Warwick Reserve and likewise the mis-representations made by that gentleman relative to the Agricultural capabilities of the land in the Gladfield Reserve. On the motion of Mr. J. J. Kingsford seconded by Mr. J. Collins, his Worship the Mayor oc- cupied the chair. The CHAIRMAN observed, that he had been requested by a number of gentlemen to call this meeting, the object of which was to take into consideration the extension as proposed by the Surveyor-General, of the Warwick Reserve, and likewise the con- duct of the government in attempting to alienate the grant of the Gladstone Reserve ; he had much pleasure in calling on Mr.J. J. Kingsford to m...

Publication Title: North Australian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 1 October 1863

'. 'f-ntaBSV .WINDOW BLIND MANU ?:',.lZu [.FACTORY, QUEENSTREET ? - /Opposite to Messrs. Raff's Wharf Brisbane. nJOHN TBACEY, PROPBtETOB. (Con 1 ' doctor of Business, and Snecesor to the .late Mr. Junes Barron and Mr. B. Telford, of , . Lrtwdon. Birmingham and Dublin.patentees,) ? 'beRB to state -that lie is now prepared to re CoiUoBDEBS for WINDOW BLINDS of ! every description, vis.:— Louvre Shutters, i tf-r .outside of windows, to fold or slide; ..Green Venetian Shades, for inside or oat ; ado, to draw up and down; Patent Spring ... :»r Common Roller Holland BKndE ; Spring Boiler Ticken Blinds, for shop fronts, veran dahs, dec; Perforated Zinc and Gaum Wire, -? for office, parlor, or sitting-room windows. ' ? Also, Gauze Wire, mosquito proof; inserted th frames, to fill the opens of windows, ?. ctoon. Asc : French Casements and Joinery, executed on a superior principle. QHEEPWASHING MACHINES.— n BIN&HAJTS WELL-KNOWN PAT TERN.— Parties wishing to be supplied ibis year in Ma...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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DUEL BETWEEN BATTAZZI AN MINGHETTI [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 1 October 1863

DUEL BETWEEN BATTAZZI AH MTNGHETTL A Toeiv letter in the Opuuone KiazionaZe, gives tbe fallowing account of tbis duel, which was incorrectly reported to have been stopped by the interference of the King : — 'XI. Hingfaetti. notwithstanding tbe explan ations made in the chamber yesterday iyil. Salla, having declared that lie could not re tract the words, 'It is fake, most false,' which he uttered in reply to assertions of M. Battazzi, a meetinir became inevitable. Yesterday evening, at eight o'clock,' Jr. Tecchio and General Malenchini. seconds chosen by M. Battazzi, waited upon M . Ningbetti's friends, General Ciatdim and Prince Simonetta. The latter, having no choice of anns. decided that ibe dueJLsbbold be fought with cavalry sabres. . W. BaWdzxi who had never bad a, sabre in Jiis hand in bis life, took two fencing leasons with. 4bat arm in fte coarse of tbe Say. M. Hingbetti was nearly as unskilled as bis adversary. At five o'clock this morning MM. Teochio and Malenchini, Dr. Spi...

Publication Title: North Australian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
EUROPEAN NEWS. IRELAND. OPENING OF THE NEW WATER WORKS FOR THE SUPPLY OF DUBLIN. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 1 October 1863

BUKOPEAN* NKWS. IRELAND. OrExixo of the New Watee AVocks FOB THE SOITLY OF Dl'BLIN. The 30th June will be long remembered by the peasantry of tlie county -if Wicklow. Since the old times when the O'BjTnes .»nd the OTooles were pureniid into their mountain fastnesses to punish their in cursions iu the county «f Dublin, which sometimes extended to the citr walls, there has been no such invasion of their county by the citizens of Dublin. Nvarly 100 vehi cles of various kinds were seen stretching for a mile along tfae narrow road, now creep ing slowly tip & steep hill, now passing rapidly along the vale, through beautifully wooded glens, or on the naked upland, to wards tbe village of Bouudwood, tbe princi pal seat of tlie Dublin waterworks. The occasion which called forth so many visi. tors to this wild region was the turning of the Biver Vartry from its old bed to the new channel which is to conduct it to Dublin for the supply «f the city with pure water. This ceremony was {/e...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 30. Before the Police Magistrate. F. North, Esq. G. Faircloth. Esq., and John Murphy. Esq. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 1 October 1863

Wednesday, September 30. Before tbe Police Magistrate, F. North, Kwj.. G. Fail cloth, Esq., and John Murphy, Esq. Thomas Bawleigh, constable, was charged with gross insubordination whilst on duty. Tbis case, which occupied the Court for three hours, after a full investigation was dismissed, on the grounds that constable Bawleigb was not, at 'the time char ged,' on duly.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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WEEKLY CALENDAR [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 1 October 1863

WEEKVT CALEKDAE. /ui^-nn Km* J Smf MM*'8 Uigta*™*' b.m|T b. a. n.-t. a. n . a. x Tbnisday _. 1 5 44T S 57 17 B 1 11' I 40 Friday ? 5 5«, 5ST IBS 3433S Eabuday ? 3Q42. 5 56 18 B iUiia Sunday ? 4 6 4* S 66 SOS 3 Sf 1 0 Mondik, ? 6 5 4l 568 219 * 24 I 84 Towdiy -,... S539 £59 229 5 1- j 3« -Wednesday.. 7 538* 5 68 a* 55SJ18

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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IPSWICH POLICE COURT. TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 29. Before the Police Magistrate. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 1 October 1863

IPSWICH POLICE COUBT. Tuesday, Sei-teiiber 29. Before the Police Magistrate. Joseph Antoncader, charged with cruelly illtruating a dog, was fined os., with costs.

Publication Title: North Australian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
The North Australian. THURSDAY, OCTOBER 1, 1863. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 1 October 1863

i% g|fov% 5|us;tfaUau. THURSDAY, OCTOBER 1. 1S63. As the presence of life in the human body is evinced by the activity and motion of its several parts and members, so the most decidpd evidence of consti tutional life is thut peculiar movement inseparable from ' its nature — political agitation. It is by a misconception of its real character that the action of Constitutional Government is ordinaril v supposed to be limited to the workings of the Legislative body. Constitutional Government has a much wider sphere of action, embracing the entire move ment of the Body politic. In Absolute Governments the Body politic is reduced to the condition of a machine, which cj-eys, by a movement extraneous to and independent of its own will, the impulse that is given to it by a motive power over which it has no control whatsoever. Such mechan ical action, however admirably planned and conducted, is degrading to the in dividualities that constitute the whole, and hence no Absolute Government yet d...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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IPSWICH. Wednesday, September 30 [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 1 October 1863

IPSWICH. (FEOM ODB OWN COBKEErtWDENT.) Wednesday, September 30. With a very painful feeling of regret I have to inform you that Mr. Hall. Editor of the Queensland Times, is missing since yester day. It appears that he started early yesterday morning for tbe Rosewood Scrub, in order to have a day's amusement, turkey shooting Since his departure up to this time (1.30 p.m.) he lias not been heard of. There is only too much reason to apprehend that the unwary sportsman, intent upon tbe pleasures of the field, lost his way — a mishap of such frequent and easy occurrence with those who enter incautiously upon that intricate and treacherous ground. Two constables hare been dispatched in search of him ; and the greatest anxiety- prevails for his safety amongst his friends and the Ipswich public generally. Shortly the inhabitants of Ipswich will have the advantage of an agreeable and en livening source of amusement — a musique .iniTi'uMrt, . irbich the -Volunteer Corps are abont organising. ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. SYDNEY. September 29. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 1 October 1863

Ti.T.'gni.ttATaH ?--« STEW'S. -(fbom oob own cobbsspondektb.) SYDNEY. bentember 29. Tbe Riverine delegates intend to seek separ ation, and ask for annexation to the colony of Victoria. At a monster pnblic meeting held to-day, it was resolved to protest against farther transportation to Western Australia. Gilbert and bis gang plundered Loudon's house, near Carcoar, and bailed np tbe in tnatus whilst looking for policemen, whom they suspected to be concealed in tht place. Handle's contracts on tbe Eonthern Una of Bailway have been stopped. Watson, a bushranger, has been convicted at Om criminal sessions, and aonterjeed to fifteen year* hard labour on tbe roadj. Bbfobe tbe -Police Magistrate, yesterday, a man namod William Campbell was charged with having robbed one Francii Cailagban of £17. On being*pprehenaed by constable Howe. Campbell was observed to be chew ing something, and when asked about it lie replied 'tobaeoo;' Bfenraliaving his doubts upon the subject, requested to see the...

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