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GRANTS OF LANDS FOR COTTON CULTURE [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 17 March 1864

tf RANTS OF LAKDS FOIt COTTON CULTUCE. Some time a;o we published the substance of a memorial from the shareholders and representatives nf companies, which had taken np lands under the Uegulatiuns of lStil, fur the purpose of Cotton Cullivation, setting forth lesral opinions on the interpre tation of the law. and stating-, that they had been alarmed by au intention on the part of the Government to require ten times the cxpciiditnrc understood fr.mj tlie fair interpretation of the regulations. We also reported the n-ception of a. Deputation by bis Excellency the Governor, to present the said memorial, aud the reply of the Gover nor to the effect that he wonld submit the memorial to his advisers. We have now been favored with a. copy nf tbe official re ply to the memorial, which is as follows : — CCorr.] Colonial Secretary':! Offices, Brisbane, 10th March, 1SG1. Gektlehkk, — His Excellency the Gover nor having brought under tbe consideration of tbe Executive Council your memorial in r...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
NEWCASTLE March 8th [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 17 March 1864

NEWCASTLE. March 8th. The ship, Phcebe Dunbar, bound for New. castle to Auckland, with a cargo of cattle, was last night burned to the waters- edge at the former place.

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1864. TIME TABLE. Showing Daily Arrival and Despatch of Inland Mails [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 17 March 1864

1864. TIME TABLE. Showing Daily Arrival and Despatch of Inland Hails. i-Wl 111 I | ? jjLj |eI=|| |=l I VLi i*. Hilil IHf if I'll P I Pi I I I p m Bill i '1 ffife ill. tfe i s I fif m tiffii 1 III p| Pi wnfrr ?JbtdgbaactumarloSaritanCuttaTaraltanat.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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MELBOURNE. February 23. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 17 March 1864

MELBOURNE, February 23. By private advices from the Mauritius, via Melbourne, it is stated that the price of sugar has risen considerably.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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A METEOROLOGICAL OBSERVATIONS. Taken at 9 a.m. Per Electric Telegraph.) [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 17 March 1864

METEOBOLOGICAL OBSEBVATIONS. Taken st 9 ajn. (Per Electric Telegraph.) March 15. — Brisbane, thermometer, shade, 73-8; force of wind, 4; cloud, 7. Sydney, barometer, correctcdt29,ii93; thermometer, 73-2; force vf wind, 0; clond, 0. Brisbane, thermometer, Bliade, 73-5; force of wind, 2 ; clond, 5, Sydney, Barometer, carrected, 80-167; thermometer, shade, 63; force of wind. I ; cloud, 10. WIKD ASD WEATHEE. March 15.— Brisbane, S.r.E. aud dull ; Lytton, S., and doll; Ipswich, XT., and cloudy; Laidley, W.. and dull; Too woomba. E., aud fine ; Draytun. E. by N.E, and fine ; ; Warwick, S. £, and cloudy ,- Dalby, S., and fine; Sydney, calm, aud fine. Brisbane, 6S.E., fine; Lytton, S., fine; Ipswich, S.E. fine ; Laidley, S.E. fine ; Too woomba. S.E., fine; Drayton. E, fine; Warwick, S.E, clondy; Dalby, S, fine; Sydney, S., fine.

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

HEW ZEALAND. Tbe latest news from New Zealand in forms us that the twenty-tiro of Can ternary are cut for thirty runs. Of the English eleven, two were oat for tea. Wells had bawled Grace ont first ball. February 24. The Legislative CmnscH has passed the newspaper Bin. : - The Customs Duties Bill] lias been re jected in. the Council by a majority of US to 5. Spirits are very dull of sale. Prices; in the flour market are still nominal. In sugar and rice nothing is doing. I-ried fruits are abundant and dull of sale. Cigars are barely bringing remunerative prices'. Havansh-tfcsped MaoSasare being held for 80s. .The debate on the revenue question is adjourned until Tuesday next. The Keans are going to California. £1100 collected for duties is to be re funded. February 27. Inquiries for flour are being made from each ship on her arrival. One alpaca only is left of those imported by Mr. Duffield.

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MAITLAND February 20 [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 17 March 1864

MAITLAND. February 20. Tbe Hunter Siver is falling fast. Toe Falls are now nearly passable. March 4th. The. Hunter at Maitiand, is again rapidly rising and threatens a flood. ADELAIDE, Feb. 19. The English Hail doses at noon on the 2Gth. February 27. ?Wheat ranges in price from os. 3d. to 6s. 6d. per bushel. Flour is £13 10s. per ton. March 4th. The Assembly sat until eight o'clock this morning, and finally- negatived the vote of censure which bad bees moved by -tin ax premier. Hatch 3rd. Sir. Finnis has been appointed resident Governor of the Northern territory, at a sal ary of £1000 per annum. The first vessel sails within a month. Flonr £16 per ton ; wheat 6s. Jd. per bushel ; large sales have taken place at 6s. 3d. March 8. Wheat has advanced to 6s. 9d. per bnshel. Floor is £1S per ton. There is a prospect of an advance in price, aud many sellers are now asking higher rates.

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

jraplB far grit, FOB SALE, and Immediate Delivery:— 150ft more or less, 2 year old Maiden Ewes Also, ... 30ft more or less, head of Store Cattle, mixed sexes, ago, 16 months and . upwards. Apply to W. H. BROWNE, Auctioneer and Com mission Agent, Albert-street, War wick. HIKE undersigned -riU make CASE AD _L VANCES on PRODUCE consigned to their London Correspondents, Messrs. Gellatly , H&nkey, and SeweU, rr»aflfnt'11- Btreei. ? ? MOLISON, BLACK, & SMITH. Brisbane; December. 1863. ? ADELAIDE FLOTJB.— For Sale by the . undersigned, W. Dnffield & Go.'s superfine silk dressed fionr. MOLISON, BLACK. & SMITH. TGWR SALE, by Private Contract, the Ibl. JH lowing first-class Sheep Properties in Queensland: — ? ? MITCHELL DISTBICT. BODNEY DOWNS, with 12,000 sheep {ca psaty, 40,008). KENNEDY DISTRICT. AVON DOWNS, with 11.000 sheep and 1000 cattle (capacity 40.000 to 70,000 ? sheep). HEIDELBERG, with 8000 sheep (capacity ' 50,000 to 35,000). LEIOHHARDT DISTRICT. XE...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Shipping Intelligence ARRIVALS [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 17 March 1864

Sjjipjj&ffl gntdligtntf. ABBlVAiS. March 15.— Telegraph, stumer, 700 tens, Captain Coote. from Sydney. Passengers —Mr. and Mrs. Hart, Mrs. and Master Collins, Mrs. Unmack, 2 children tad ser vant Messrs. Boyle, Connor, Bladtet, Fonr nesB, \T. Hunter, 3. Hunter. Stewart, Young. Warren. Myttotu George, Brittman, Carton, S. Koretoo, Davidson, and 55 in the steerage* BBfABTDBB. Marcb 17.— Telegraph, steamer, 700 tons. Captain Ooote, for Sydney. Passengers— Mrs. Brown, Mrs. Hartley, Mrs. Craiea, Captain W. Powell. Messrs. P. Boberts. P. Button, T. C. Bishop. A. Cameron, A- M. Patrick. E. Glisson, B, Davidson. George Gluaoa, B. G. Petty, and U in the steerage. March 16.— Jenny Cor, schooner, 102 tons. Captain Wflliams, for the Bichmond Biver, in ballast. No passengers. March 16.— Maid of Biverton, sctooner, S3 tona, Captain William Murphy, far the Bichmond Hirer, in ballast. Mo passen gers. March 16. — Unknown, schooner, 41 tons. Captain BritUin, for Maryborough, with a. cargo of ...

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MEETING AT THE SCHOOL OF ARTS. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 17 March 1864

VESTING AT THE SCHOOL OF AKTS. A keetiko or the Electors of Brisbane, convened by advertisement, was held last evening in the School of Arts, for the pur pose of hearing from Mr. Baff an address relative to his parliamentary conduct while acting as their representative, and to take leave of them before starting for England. There was a very large attendance, both in point of respectability ana influence, the ball being crowded to its limits, and the ad dress-was listened to with the greatest at tention, frequently eliciting hearty applause. At lialf-past seven o'clock, E. A. Macken zie. Esq., MX.A., took the Chair. TheOHAXBius having made a few remarks introducing the speaker. Mr. Bur having stated that he met the assembly according to promise, and because be had modified an opinion long entertained by him of the inntility of such meetings, continued. When I last addressed yon from this place I referred to a Barcasm that had been levelled at your representativu in the Amm%. wuL-daol...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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INTERCOLONIAL TELEGRAPHIC SUMMARY For the Month (THROUGH GERVILLE AND BIRD, REUTER'S AGENTS.] SYDNEY, February 18 [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 17 March 1864

INTERCOLONIAL TELEGRAPHIC SUMMARY For the Month. {TUKOCOH OBBVItXK AND SIBD. BXUTEB*S AGESTS.] SYDNEY. February 18. The Legislative ConncO has expnngea the following articles from the Tariff;— Furniture, loots, shoes, saddlery, and har ness. The newspaper Bill has passed a second leading by a majority of fourteen to tiro, February 19. The nrool market is unaltered. The price of fat cattle is £$ 3s. 54. Sailed — Telegraph far Brisbane yester day ; the fair* Yarra sails on Monday. Sugars remain stationery in price. Low priced and medium teas axe being most sought after. Tobacco is in good request. A Urge business is being done in Colonial. Ameri can leaf is selling at from 4s 6d to 6s. Brandies are low. A reduction in rates is slowly sows; oo. Cigars are selling freely, Havana at 74s Costadlo at 65s. Cordage — HeaTy Manila rope, 46s; me dium, 43s; half and three-quarter inch. 65s. Candles of full weight are selling from lid to 14. Coffee, Is in bond. There is slow sale for Plantation....

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SYDNEY COMMERCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 17 March 1864

SYDNEY COJIMEBCIAL. Fdom die S. X. Herald of tbe 12th instant, tbe latest to baud per the Telegraph, we clip tbe fotlooing mumt of trade: — 'Busi- ness has been quiet daring the week, the inclemency of the weather having ma terially tended to check operations. The principal movement has been in flour, prices of which have gradually advanced since last Friday until they had reached £24 to £25 per ton, or £7 per ton higher than last week. In fact in the present state of the market, prices are nominal, stocks being small and holders unwilling to sell, except in small quantities and at extreme rates. Several cargoes are now overdue from Adelaide, most of which have already changed hands, aud these on arrival may have the effect of stopping the extraordinary rise which has taken place. But while the price con tinues to advance in South Australia, on which place we mainly depend for flour, holders are certain to obtain higher rates here. The millers, however, do not appear to believe in t...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SYDNEY. March 7th [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 17 March 1864

SYDNEY. March 7th. The New Commission of the Peace has been issued. There is no flour in tbe market. The de mand for it is very great. March 8th, Notice of motion has been given in the Assembly to abolish Costom-honse duties, and introduce direct taxation. Sailed. — James Patterson, for Bock liainpkra.

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Commercial Intelligence NORTH AUSTRALIAN OFFICE, Wednesday Evening [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 17 March 1864

Commercial Intcllwntf. Nobth Aceteaixjk Office. Wednesday Evening. We nave to report a stagnatiou of bnsiness generally Bince the issue of our last sum mary for Europe, the result of hea,v* and continuous nin, mad coD«oquont'!«ood». the agricultural and mechanical classes. We give elsewhere a lengthy tabular statement of the amount of imports and ex ports during the year 1S63, which will show more plainly than words the advance which this colony is mating in her trade with Europe and the neighboring colonies. The export trade during the month, con sidering the drawback occasioned by incle ment weather, may be said to have been brisk. Large quantities of wool have been shipped to Sydney, and the Wansfell, now on the berth for London, and shortly to be despatched, is al most wholly freighted with this important article of commerce. In onr produce markets, the scarcity of flour has led to a rise of £10 per-ton iu this article within the last fortnight. The best Adelaide was quoted at f...

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THE VALUE OF NOMINATION PLEDGES. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 17 March 1864

THE VALUE OF NOMINATION PLEDGES. 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 stituency which elected him, calling on tin* to resign his office, on the ground SSfi^fejWKBJ!5^ :P«rf--ra»Juicw of bis «^^oTWWS?mms6»v^SBSci&sp^sBik tanve. xm perusal of a correspondence from Warwick, to be found in another column of this issue, will explain that Mr. Wienhom, ILL A. for that electo rate, is at present ia the position where he is expected to resign, or assign a reason why he refuses to abdicate a po sition his constituents have required him to give op. Considering the length of time that has elapsed since Mr. Wienholt 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 further observed that his constituents hare sent him a...

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ST. PATRICK'S DAY. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 17 March 1864

ST. PATRICK'S DAT. Heretofore thechildren of Erinlocated in Queensland have not, with that en thusiasm and generality which else where makes them conspicuous, at tempted -*» -M.Ubr.lion of HuTLwit of success and social enjoyment; but Queensland has not as yet seen in each of her towns, large and small, on the 17th of March, that fervid exhibition of national love, which the Irishman carries with him to every 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 rale— none of them perhaps more potent than the objection to being considered peculiar in their observance of customs which other nationalities have resolved to for get. But this although a well-intentioned was by no means a sound reason ; the love of country is one of the noblest sentiments of the human heart, and to m...

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ADMINISTRATIVE EFFECTS. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 17 March 1864

ADMINISTRATIVE EFFECTS. In the lives of most great statesmen there is to be met with generally some difficult juncture of circumstances in which a bold and successful stroke of policy constitutes the great triumph of their career. Bofc it has happened more frequently to financiers than to anv other class of the gnat officers of State, to benefit their country in great emergencies.. It is in financial crises are drawn forth those master strokes of policy, without which, in many in stances, good governments would hare; given place to anarchy. We do not know whether it will in days to come, be the lot of the historian of Queens land to chronide loir the unhealthy state of the finances, -would have brought the Government of this country to a state of total collapse, had not some great genius — another Pitt — arisen to avert the impending blow. If the the trial ever comes, we trust it will be got over ; but we pity the generation destined to witness such a state of things, if there be no...

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SUBURBAN LANDS FOR AGRICULTURE A NECESSITY. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 17 March 1864

SOBUEBAN LANDS FOR AGBI CULTDBE A NECESSITY. The numerous rising communities of this colony are, in their main features, generally speaking, similar. It is true, certainly, that in some cases wide -liffer- ences might be pointed out.* Hock hampton and Warwick, for instance, vary not a little in their characteristics; Dalby and Maryborough equally so. The seaport town differs from the inland one. In the case of one the shipping interest, with all the circumstances by which it may be effected, u pre dominant; in the case of the other we have the agricultural and the pastoral interestx held Bacred. In the one, the agitation is to remove bar obstructions, and to acquire the greatest aocommoda tion for 'shipping requirements; in the other the tribunes «fnthe gteople-fiad a sphere for their exertions in eudeaTOur iafr to enforce in thB proper quarter their claims for toads and bridges, and for. abundance of proper agricultural lands to lie thrown topes tottw Jarmer. But these differences ...

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AUCKLAND. January 31 [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 17 March 1864

AUCKLAND. January 31. The Susannah Cuthbert has brought news from Auckland to the 15th. It is stated on reliable authority that fifty rebels of the KgatawahaU tribe have given up their arms and ammunition, and have undertaken to fight no more against the British. 3000 troops are before Piko Piko. Con stant firing is going on between the natives aad the British pickets. February 13. The Maories have fired on a party of soldiers who were bathing in tUo )(-n Mere, ui MleJ tsix ot ttitm. Tbe SoUiets fired upon the Maories in return and killed twenty-four.

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OTAGO. March 1 [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 17 March 1864

OTAGO. March 1. A petition from the Victorian diggers at -Otago has been forwarded to the Victorian Government, signed by more than 500 per sons, praying for assistance to return from Otago. News has been received from Otags to the let March. There has been a great fire in Nocargio (query: Iuvercsrgill.) The Criterion and Excelsior Hotels, the Union Bank, the Tunes office, and a number of stores, have licen to. tally destroyed. The landlady and the bar maid of the Criterion Hotel have been burned to death.

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