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IMPORTS AND EXPORTS. TABLE I GENERAL IMPORTS to the Colony of Queensland for 1864 [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 17 March 1864

IMPORTS AND EXPORTS. TABLE I. OEKSBAIi DTfOBXS to tts Colony of Qoensland fbrl8M. ArticlM«ndO.n»nUHn! Countries Sterling Imported. whence Value. ^^ Imported. I ' ' 2~ Add. 0 nekaea _. —jOreat Britain 91 ^Kdl „ _ Aust. Colonies 1,091 AastadWatelMfSdo _. Gnat Britain 1,0*9 _ 439do _ AoEt. Ookmla 617 ' 100 do jGamiiny 49 AwK1ieSao- z :$£» SjS ' ldo — -GMniany 10 b-^^s - z?5t$22L ,S ' I So ui _teenb»ny 10 Rj ' lS» *- _.jGcna»ny 4(a * I In Wood, «5U do -PreatBHtain 0,110 -l2JW0do ..Osnauy lu M*'o-*-wzrzZz£%ss. & Bru^^anaBroor^doG^gl^ jgj Butter and Cheese, »S» do _ Great Britain 4,1U BoildioiT iraterials, STEZ dft Gnat Britain ] ,100 Candles, 3BS8 bom _ -Grot Britain *,STS „ 6597 do _ _ Aott. Ootonies 8^0 Ondtewick,lpu)»ES -Great Britain 14 9 do _. aurt. Colonies 70 CnvsVenbl&IarpaulluiSSdo fireat Britain 1,097 - 19-idoAust. Colonies 2,473 CarrUgw and Materials, S do Great Britain 353 „ 233&--U!t Colonies 6,313 O*rts.W«enBi&iilattrs,«)at-tare«t Britain 2M-...

Publication Title: North Australian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
WATER POLICE COURT. (BEFORE the Police Magistrate and the Water Police Magistrate.) BREACH OF QUARANTINE LAWS.) [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 17 March 1864

WATER POLICE COUET. (Befobe the Police Magistrate and the Water Police Magistrate.) BBEACH OF QDAB.&KT1NE LAWS. The cue of Dr. Sandifora of lite Juying Cloud was resumed this morning. Or. Ksarsey Cannan testified as follows I recollect the arrival of the ship Flying Cloud; before her arrival 1 had no severe cases «f fever under treatment; since, how «.r T hare had a bov named Goodwin and two men named . Oonahey and Martin ; tfaeie ore also others whose names I do not recollect ; these cases came under my notice as visiting surgeon to the I hospital; they are all in the fever hospital now; they are entered in the book as pas sengers by the Flying Cloud; I do not know bow long the boy Goodwin was suffer ing from fever before the case came under my notice ; I should imagine that Donahey I had been suffering for two or three weeks 1 before I saw. him; I could not state how |j«kr.aamrUnliaa.Aiem-;traSeril««'Jinai-t--aM- snfiflriug from typhoid fever; patients brought into the hos...

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EPITOME [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 17 March 1864

EPITOME. From our city reporter's notes of the week we compile the following items of metropo- litan and general intelligence;— The body of a man was discovered float- ing in the river on Thursday, 11 th instant, by Corporal Haddon of the 12th regiment. The body was identified as that of William Wilce, who was drowned a few miles below Ipswich on tbe evening of the 7th instant. The foundation of the South Brisbane Ferry steps has been partially demolished during the late high water. On Friday evening, 12th instant, a tea meeting was held at the Wesleyan Church, to welcome the new ministers, who have bnt_ recently an^ed in this district. The chair was taken by the Rev. \Y. Fletcher. The meeting was addressed by Jf r. Suther !?n4*f d ^r' J«™tt- »»-» tno Bevs. Messrs. unffitb. Dixon, Woodhonse, and Olden. _ There is- report abroard that a project (g now on foot to establish a railway between Brisbane and Lytton, and that parties hare already been selected to mike the survey. The Depart...

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SUPREME COURT. Monday. MARCH 15, 1864 [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 17 March 1864

SUPREME COURT. Monday. March 15, 1864. Before their Honors Chief Justice Cockle and Mr. Justice Lutwyche. Will of George Turner. A motion was made by Mr. Paul on the affidavits of Mr. Henry Palmer and William Jones Cotham, that probate be granted to Henry Palmer, one of the executors. The motion was refused, the attestation clause of the will being in non-conformaty to the statute. Will of Elizabeth Cowell. Probate was granted to Thomas Stanley Cowell, sole executor, on his own affidavit, and that of William James Gotham, on the application of Mr. Paul.   Will ofJames M'Donnell. On the motion of Mr. Gore Jones, letters of administration were granted to J. C. Brown, on the affidavit of Mr. Thomas Kean. On the motion of Mr. Gore Jones, John ???? proctor in the Supreme Court of Queensland, the condition being that Mr. Conquest pass a satisfactory examination, and that the Re gistrar be duly notified to that effect. In re Peterson and Younger. An application for a prohibiti...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 22 March 1864

jogtrtg fat Sale, r-B SALE, ana Immediate Delivery:— 1500, more or less, 2 year old Maiden Ewes Also, 300, more or less, head of Store Cattle, mixed sexes, age, IS months ana upwards. Apply to W. H. BROWNE. Auctioneer and Com mission Agent. Albert-street, War wick. .. . ? fTVHE undersigned will make CASH AD X VANCES on PRODUCE consigned to ' their London Correspondents, Messrs. Gellatly, Hankey, and Sewell, Leadenball Strfiet IIOLISON, BLACK, & SMITH. Brisbane, December, 1863. ? _ A DEliADJE FLOUR.— For Sale by the ^A. undersigned, W. Dnffield & Co.'s superfine silk dressed floor. ^^ MOUSON, BLACK, & SMITH. TTWR SALE, by Private Contract, the fol J: lowing first-class Sheep Properties in QafiCnslaotl ?— ? MITCHELL DISTBICT. jRODNEY DOWNS, with 12,000 sheep (ca paCl KENNEDY DISTRICT. AVON DOWNS, with 11.000 sheep and 1000 cattle (capacity 40.000 to 70,000 sheep). SEIDELBERG, with 6000 sheep (capacity 30,000 to 35.000). LEICHHARDT DISTBICT. NEVV5TEAD, with 13,0...

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ROCKHAMPTON [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 22 March 1864

[?] 15th instant : — An accident occurred in {he river last Sa turday by which the lives of seven people were placed in imminent jeopardy. One of the ferry boats laden with six men and a woman, a cask of wine and other packages, left the town side of the river under sail to essav the nackace. Hardlv had it nrocB-t-I«l a few yards ere the boat failed a log, turned over, and capsized its contents into the swollen river. Three of the passengers clung to the log, tbe remainder, including the unfortunate woman, were swept down the stream towards tbe Sacramento, and rescned by clinging to the mooring ropes of that vessel. Tbe accident was from the first foreboded by one presciect wight, who shrewdly deferred embarking, and postponed his passage till next trip. Fouling the lug, though of course the immediate cause, was wholly subordi nate to the primary evil of overloading the boat, but with no supervision, and an elas tic computation of buoyancy, the ferrymen never refuse a sixpence, or d...

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SYDNEY COMMERCIAL [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 22 March 1864

SYDNEY COMMEBGIAL. By tlic Tare* Tana we have dates of the 8. if- Btrald to tbe 17th instant, xtom' which we extract the feUowins, :— A meeting of tht- creditors or Mr. J. S. Clarke, of (jeorge-street, musicseller, was held to-day (Monday, lltb instant), at the office of Mr. Consett Stephen. Mr. Spyor was voted to the chair. His liabilities were estimated at £8300. and assets £9296. After some discussion an assignment of the estate to Messrs Mnllen and Threlkeld wis agreed to. Tho assets show a surplus, according to Sir. Clarke's valuation of his stock, at £8000, but it is not expected to re alise that amount. The Strathdon arrived to-day fWcdnes. day, 16th instant}, from London, with a cargo of general merchandise. Mr. B. Forbes reports tbe sale of 2000 head of store cattle, sexes, one half males, one half females, of the ages of two years to six years, to be delivered on station ; terms £2 per head. Mr. Charles Tcakle held an extensive auction sale of Virginia and Ken tucky leaf t...

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DALBY [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 22 March 1864

DALBr. [FEOJI A COBBESrOXDEKT.] Notwithstanding the inclemency of the weather, our little town, on Wednesday the 3rd instant, presented a truly animated ap pearance, although not an unusual one. amongst the Bacchanalian order. Dnteh courage was the order of the day. At nine o'clock onr worthy mayor, accompanied by his clerk, proceeded to the court-house, to take the voice of the people in selecting four **ffood men and true.' toKprvnin tlm town Council. It is the prevailing opinion of the age, that all the classess of the com munity are striving invidiously to draw broad lines of demarcation betweeu each other, and to detach themselves entirely from the link which connects them with those upon whom they persuade themselves, they may look down as beneath them. So ciety is suffering more from this cause than is generally thought of. There is a ten dency to fly off, to pay no respect to one's fellow-man, and deign no return to his salute as he casually passes in the street. Snehactsof ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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METEOROLOGICAL OBSERVATIONS. Taken at 9 a.m. (Per Electric Telegraph) [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 22 March 1864

MKTEOUOLOfllCAL OBSERVATIONS. Taken at 9 a.m. (Per Electric Telcirraph.) , March 21. — Brisbane, thermometer, shade, 66-li.jCorce of wind, 2 ; cloud, 10. ^?a»rcb^21- — Brisbane, S.SX. raining ; UjrtUHi, SMS; raining. (The telegraphic communication with Ipswich and the other inland towns is in terrupted. The line at Oxley Creek is completely submerged.]

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FROM ANOTHER CORRESPONDENT.] [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 22 March 1864

fFEOM AKOTBEB C0BBESP08DEST.1 During tbe past week for one hour s fine weather there has been six bouts' rain, so that communication from all quarters is nearly stopped — our latest dates from Ips wich being the 6th instant Fiomthe great quantity of rain which has fallen during the hist fortnight the river has not risen near go much as on previous occasions from an ap parently much less quantity. All the creeks in the neighborhood have been very high ; horse and bullock teams, equestrians, and footmen encamped for days together, and usable to cross. The remains— almost a skeleton— of a male person were discovered in a scrub abont two miles from the centre of the town on the 11th instant, by two men in tbe em ploy of Mr. Charles Clark. On the same day an inquest was held before the district coroner, when the jury found a verdict of ' Foind dead, but by what means the de ceased came to his death there was no evi dence to show.' There was one suspicious cirenmstance cwinsstol iritb the...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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1864. TIME TABLE, Showing Daily Arrival and Despatch of Inland Mails. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 22 March 1864

1864. TIME TABLE, Showing Doily Arrival and Despatch of Inland Mails. !»pl I BLLJJ S' flfiMli II U »p!| pi 5; || Illlif Ifjl'f |I I !o Is to I© \o jo1™ ij* i p .ILL jrij |! |pl I as !t ill! I !!'! SiSli, MM IP mm fWJfil i J fifi ft 4fif] 1 1 1 ;§ 1 1 i i c Ig .a g g g '£ \£ * And mma steamer to northern l'orts noj aUeroata

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WARWICK. March 11TH [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 22 March 1864

AVABWICK. (FEOM A COBBESrOKDENT ) March 11th. These is nothing to be heard in Warwick since it became known that Mr. Davidson had got the grant of the proposed Agricul tural Reserve, but discontent and curses against the Queensland Government. Really it was amusing, when it became known that your issue of the 1st had the boundary of the Reserve defined in it; it caused an elec tric shock to the benighted inhabitants of Warwick to learn that they are compelled to be satisfied with that piece of conntry which had been selected some months ranee by tbe Surveyor-General. It may still be in joar recollection the opposition which was raised against this laud as the site of our future Eeserve. The largest meeting ever convened hcie was opposed to the portion of country selected. Propositions were agreed to ; resolutions were forwarded to the Government, showing tbat this land was not suitable for agricultural purposes, being badly supplied with water. It is a sandy ridge, partially covered...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 22 March 1864

political oisaa. It believes in a great desUby tor'Uixt'f! nitumliy lidi ani! beautirol land,- and it also belieras Ibat nothing can contribute so powerfully to lbc«pralv attainment oT tbat destiny «fl union amongst all sections ani.clasms of its people. Tliis onion is attainable only on one condition— Equality of nigbtx. Tbe ' Nora Ansiu LUSnvri]), therefore, as well for the mdraoeemeot of the colony, u because tbe principle is intrinsically net, advocate equal Oril, BeUgiout, and Political Right! rorall colonists, irrexpeeUK of every considea ion aa to Creed or Country. It believes Uie Constitution oT the colony when fairly interpreted, fully developed and allowed free action, to be in its libcratitr Uie most suitable to our condition tbat cauli be dericed. It will therefore, uphold the Constitution in its integrity mai oppose all changes in it, except each u are pro duced by its own adaptation and growth. It -will condemn eqaalljr tbe eSorU ot the indigent leveller of Eodety who ...

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MUNICIPAL COUNCIL [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 22 March 1864

MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. The meeting of the Corporation, presided over by Alderman Groom, in tbe absence of the Mayor, aud of which I promised an account in my last, was attended by all the members, save two, viz.. Alderman Flori and the Mayor. Tho minutes of the last meeting being read and confirmed, a letter was read, accepting Mr. Young's tender to fill the office of Inspector of Works at £75 per annum. The reports or the improvement com mittee being read were adopted, one of which condemned the guttering now going on in Rntliven-street, and which was not according to contract; and the committee, therefore, could not recommend payment. AldermanCampbellaskediftlieCommittee condemned the whole work, or whether they intended to state what alterations they deemed expedient. . Alderman Groom observed that the first clause of the report was an unqualified con demnation of the whole work without any reservation. Aldcrmnn Campbell said it was necessary the Council shonld come to a conclusion a...

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WEEKLY CALENDER [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 22 March 1864

WHKKL.T CSAEK r-jm_ ' -. H.H. ' a. h. ' ».*. k. m. aji Tuesday ? 22 69 » B lit SU liO Wednesday _SI 6 10 «T US«3S1»« Thurodaj _2t 610 6 6 15 9 10 31 10 t» Friday ? 25 W 6 5 I0 0 114U3O Saturday ? & 6 11 6 4 II 9 U M 0 SO Sunday __ZI SIS 63 18 9 0 45 1 in Monday ? 26 412 62 IS 9 1 SI 1 46

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*(From the D.D. [?] March 17.) [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 22 March 1864

.{Fnan*b*-B. £-. amam, Blu-ch.l?-.) -_._ made upon the result of the late cricket match between the cricketers of Tooironmba and Dolby have occasioned some criticism. Onr assertions were, that the match being between the two towns and not between the clnbs, that no player had a right to play in the Dalby team who was not a bona fide resident in the town ; and furtliea, that bad it uot commenced to rain after the com mencement of the second innings of the Toowoomba Eleven the result of the match i might have been very different, and nothing tbat has been said on the subject has caused any alteration in our opinion already ex pressed. A writer in the Guardian,- who signs himself 'Cricketer,' takes some i trouble to prove the self-evident fact that a member of a club is entitled to play in any matches made by the club, whether he is a J resident of the town wherein it is, or a non resident. No one denies this ; but in the case of the mRtch between Toowoomba and Dalby the clnbs had noth...

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Shipping Intelligence ARRIVALS [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 22 March 1864

^rfl*^- - ? ;- '- ^.— a—fa, £$Mi Snttliigtntt AKBTVAU. March 21.— CSollaroy, steamer, 500 tons. Captain Cottier, from fiockbampton. Pas sengers :— lire, Jacobs, Miss Butler, Messrs. W. H. Wiseman. Alexander Fyfe, Bobett -Folder, NeflC. Turner, W.H. Cooper, J. - W. Pngh, B. B. Dizon. and 27 in steerage. ? March 21.— Tarn Yam, steamer, 600 tons, Captain ChatfieU, from Sydney. DEPARTURES. March 80.— Ariadne, Black Ball barque, 700 tons. Captain G. Barnes, for Newcastle, with part of original cargo. So passes gen. Ipswich Stkauebs. — Conunnnication by steamer with Ipswich is entirely suspended until the flood in the Brisbane anil Bremer BiVers has abated. The steamer Clarence lefi her berth at ' the A. S. If. Campany's wharf, at 4-30 ajn. en Saturday last; the difficulty of clearing ottt into the stream during the prevailing storm having caused a delay of halfan honr. She tad, it appears, succeeded in backing as far as the Water Police holt ly. ing Itt Bttstreara, off ti» powder magazin...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 22 March 1864

? ggtms. ? ; ' 'MWKJ8 of BEHOVAi.— BALLAN- I IX TYNE *nrl McNAB. Coacbnoilders, top to acquaint their castomerB and the J-oMic that they have now removed to their new premises in Albert-street, where they intend to carry on their business in j future. The increased extent end soita- j oility or these enable them to promise their 1 ?apporters the advantages of a large selec- I tinn of Vehicles of all kinds obtained from j the largest wholesale houses in both Mel- j bourne and Sydney, as well as of their own j construction. j They wish particularly to draw attention j to tin stock which they will always have on j hands of American Baggies, Waggons, &c j «f every description. ] In giving the above notice, they avail j 'with pleasure the opportunity it affords I to thank their former ' friends for past favors. BALLANTYNE & MoNAB, Queensland Coach Factory, j (corner nf Albert and Elizabeth streets.) ] Dee. 31. 1868. ? VTOTICE.— JOHN NOLAN. South Bris JLtI bane, hega to in...

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BI-MONTHLY STOCK AND STATION PRODUCE CIRCULAR [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 22 March 1864

BI-MONTHLY STOCK AND STATION PBODUCE CIBCDLAB. Messrs. Fattorini have jnst issued their ' Stock and Station Circular,' giving the following particulars of the markets : — WooL — The late heavy rains prevailing in tbe colony have completely prevented any arrivals from the interior, and the con sequent high flood in tbe river has materially affected the shipment of our staple product, Sheep Stations. — Enquiries are still made by the Victorian capitalists to our New Sooth Wales branch. Sydney, for good pro perties, lightly stocked, and we have some transactions pending, but no sales as yet tc report. Cattle Stations. — We have bad more than the usual number of enquiries for this des cription of property, and have some nego tiations pending, but no fnrther sale to report. Row Country.— VTe have had some en yairiea» bnfc Jha-va J*qt, ay tew tkLocka onmi Breeding Sheep!— Many ' enquiries' 'tiaire' been made for young ewes, and ewes from 3 to 4 years old. mid we have to report the sale of...

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Commercial Intelligence STOCKS IN BOND [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 22 March 1864

Cmnumtl Intelligence. STOCKS IS BOSD. The following is a return of the stocks in bond on tbe 18th instant :— Brandy, S909 gallons; whisky, 12.232 gallons; rum, 18,5i3 gallons; geneva. 3415 gallons ; gin, 1S56 gallons ; liquors, 952 gallons ; perfumed spirits, US gallons; spirits of wine, 240 gallons; wines, 16,618 gallons ; tobacco, 38.432 lbs; snuff, 71 lbs; cigars. 10G6 lbs; opium, 118 lbs; coffee and chicory, none; tea, none; raw sugar, 30 tons 11 cwt 1 qr 6 lbs.

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