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TOOWOOMBA. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 22 March 1864

TOOWOOMBA. (FBOSI OUB OWN COK.BESPONDENT.) At length we perceive some indications of street improvement amongst us; and truly they are no works of supererogation. Euth ven-street, which though being tbe principal thoroughfare, ij literally— as the town is euphoniously called — a swamp, whenever we are visited by a. few hours rain, but from tho Corporation works now commencing we may anticipate a better state of things after a little. There appears to be a great desire on the part of the corporators generally to improve the town, but the great and insur mountable drawback to their good inten tions is the ' Siuevrs of War.' We notice that a motion to have a Toivn Clock has been madein tbe Council. This is astep in the right direction, and we congratulate Alderman Ltoyd on his proposition- Xf agreed to. tlu, .poMio *in-.-piecei-*ill be a great boon to tbe ToowoombaitesSBd aflB sideratnm that lies long heea oodSSr —? For days past the weather has been very stormy, and even now though th...

Publication Title: North Australian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
VYSION YE FIRST [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 22 March 1864

VTSION YE FIBST. A sanctum littered with the news of all nations, and a number of manuscripts in confusion on the table. Markein seated in the background enjoying a Burns' cutty. Boy Jones trying to put things straight. Enter Satchel, exhibiting an envelope with white arms' on a vermilion, ground, and with a serio-comic expression singing 'All's Lost Now.' Harkem: What, a cheque from the Treasury? Satchel: No, something of infinitely greater consequence. You will scarcely believe it Maseeh: What the deuce is it? A fare well note from Baff? An invite to B. B.'s Opposition spread? Or the thanks of Mr. icSbaver for giving him a lesson in muni ficence and gentlemanlike behaviour? Satchel: Your last guess is nearest to the matter, but not to the manner. Would you believe it— McShaver lias declined to subscribe longer to the Blister. IIahkeh: Whew! Is that the card? Satchel, old fellow, allow me to congratu late you. Von are on high road to fortune. Bluster tried that dodge once before, a...

Publication Title: North Australian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
THE GALE. THE FLOOD, AND THE CONSEQUENCES. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 22 March 1864

THE GALE. THE FLOOD, AUD THE CONSEQUENCES. As we anticipated in onr last issne, the equinoctial gale, in a few hours brought down the much dreaded .visitor that has been threatening us for the last month. The event may be regarded aa one of those dread calamities which cannot be forestalled by human skill or precaution,— when the fearful forces of nature are let loose upon the earth and the pony works of art are shivered and swept away in overwhelming destruction. Toe storm may be (aid to have com menced on Thursday at mid-day, and it gradually increased in violence unfit about two o'clock on fiatnrday morning, alien it houses, trees, chimneys, and a host of other obstructions fell Id prostntte ruin. The- wind was not a steady wind; Si Mew not with aconusteatf«rceeoabHog«bJect- to brace themselves, as it wen, against its : extensive violence. BdtHcameoniatrats sudden andfearfuL like the continued suock of a. canntmade or the fearful blows (tf some tTitas jprixe-fighter, causing *he ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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REVISION COURTS FOR THE ADJUSTMENT OR REGISTRATION CLAIMS Before the Police Magistrate (Twelve o'Clock) [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 22 March 1864

^^?:&&*&UMmBmmmmsi*&&&r-3& mik '''tons uwusxataarr «r ..ueisnusiiiiB ?-,-?- .,!-? ' ~ ' ''' fjcalxs. ' ' * Before die Police Magistrate. (Twelve o'clock.) The Court was adjourned until twelve o'clock this morning, (Tuesday) in the ab sence of a Magisterial quorum, ft having been doomed at an earlier hour of the day impossible tor Mr. Day, Clerk of tbe Oonrt, to make his way turn Breakfast Creek.

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POLICE COURT Before the Police Magistrate [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 22 March 1864

POLICE COUBT. Before the Police Macistrate. Andrew Henry Vocker was charged with stealing three pair of boots, one brown coat, a blanket, knife, and 5s. in money, the property of Jesse Jones, shoemaker, re siding at Little Ipswich. Police Constable Bodel said that he ap prehended the prisoner at Oxley Creek. John Jones said that the prisoner had been in his employ from the 7th to the 9th, when he decamped with the aricles men tioned: prosecutor identified the stolen goods and valued them at £3. Several witnesses were called corroborat ing prosecutor's statement. The prisoner was then committed for trial. Considerable delay was occasioned by the depositions having to be explained to the TTE BBVIVAIi OF YE FEUDALL TTMES. A Mistebie in Two Vtmonb. YE PSBSOHAOES. Rau-h Satchel : Publisher of the Borealean Blister. Sadl Maseeh : An ill-conditioned Editor. Bov Jokes : Jim, a spiritual medium. Sib Ulcstek McShavee: A be-knighted snob, stingy and irritable, desiring to be considered a gentl...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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IPSWICH. IPSWICH ST.PATRICK'S BANQUET [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 22 March 1864

IPSWICH. (FBOK OUB OWB COBBESPONDESTO IPSWICH ST.PATBICK'S BANQUET. The 17th of March, a day on which every trne Irishman throws aside tlie cants and toils of business for recreation and pleasure, more especlaly to join in the festi vities in commemoration of the' patron Saint of the land of his birth, was observed in Ips wich with as much fervency and hearty good-will as if it had been in the Irish me tropolis itself. Notices had been pieviously posted, that the respective Banks would not be aliened? muv olaces of business closed at an earlier hour, and theanival of visitors decked in their gala attire, betokened tbat a general holiday bad been determined upon. Later in the day, notwithstanding the wretched state of the streets, ft procession was formed and headed by a bagpipe, ac companied with a tambourine, (the latter sounding as if tbe vellum bad a rent in it), wended its wmy throneh die principal tho ? a»nja«~«i— 'r ? ?iflnraTilj-iTirrnrinr; its nnm bera «n tie route. As tlie ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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NOTES AND NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 22 March 1864

NOTES -A.OT3 JSTEWS. Jobs gaeggrsoy. «, passengerby the H«n' nah Hoore, met with his death on the mor ning of Saturday last, oa the tanks of the Brisbane, near the seventeen mole rocks. It appears that himself and two comrades were jteenptBts of a tent at tbe locality stated, mna that in the vicinity of the tent was a Urge gam tree Which daring the* vio lence (j tbe gale had become fractured near theroot. Hisfrien-KwbawereaTfake,he*rd tbe noise stteaiUagthe falling tree bat had no time to awaken their sleeping comrade. They turely escaped with 'their own lives— . the tree falling npoathe sloeping: form of Bobertson who was instantly lolled. An taqoeGt' *r,a*Iield «a the body this morning, ana- » Verdict returned in-«rrorj«ncc with the&ctesUted. . Hesse*. BiUaatyneand McNab's tender for building avprison van for the conducting of prisonersto aniitrom tiuguO, hss been ' accepted. . . ';' _ \, .; Tub Unitary Bathing Homo, which was threatened so oft oflatc by parUa) Soods, has ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The North Australian. TUESDAY, MARCH 22, 1864. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 22 March 1864

TUESDAY, MARCH 2Z, IS6t We took occasion some time ago ta draw attention to the inexplicable pro ceedings of certain gentlemen in con nection with the revision of the Elec toral Boll. As time elapsed, the manoeuvres explained themselres. Tbe interest that eeenred Mr. HebbebtV Bixty plumpers for the city at the last election set about strengthening their ranks. In this there is nothing that is not highly commendable, A stagnant stale of public' opinion is tbe most dan gerous enemy to a community of free men. Whether it arises from general indifference, to the queEtious affecting the public, on tbe one jband, ;or from the destruction of freedom of discussion -on -the lOthfiTy i£ is oonally Ausgemus. When each, is the case, liberty jb estdly {a&en away ; oppression is introduced iritfaout much difficulty. Therefore, in adverting to the exertions of the party we have alluded to, we gotrd ourselves from condemning anything like the exercise of their political rights ?on their .pa...

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MONDAY MARCH 21 BEFORE THE POLICE MAGISTRAGE, DRUNKENNESS [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 22 March 1864

Mokdat. Mabch 21. Before the Police Magistrate. DBUXKENKESS. Alexander Wilson was fined 10s, or 21 hours in default. David Collins — drunk to combativeness — was fined 20s, or 48 boors in default. BaTBTBO rrjBUCLY. Robert Isaac Cohen, when apprehended, was disporting himself with the grace of a water nymph, or triton (?) in the reservoir. His bath cost him 20s., au expensive luxury for a poor man. AJS&A.TJVTB, The case of David Buleoek, charged with assault, was remanded fora, week. Cuthbert v. Dowling. — This case stands adjoarued until Friday next. Massy v. Massy.— This, the late stabbing case in Fortitude Volley, was remanded for a week.

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[?] Before the Police Magistrate. BREACH OF GUARANTINE LAWS [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 22 March 1864

TvS^SSSfflErfBaVaWlESiiH Before the Police Magistrate. BREACH OF QUAKJLXTIKE LAWS. Captain Keen, commander of the ship Flying Cload, was indicted for s breach of the Quarantine regulations, in giving false information, to the Health Officer of tbe port Mr. Fowles, who appeared for defendant, made an application for au adjournment of the case uutil this day (Tuesday). An ad journment was granted. ASSAULT. Daniel BnUock was charged with having assaulted and threatened to shoot one John Harks. Marks deposed to the effect, that on Friday last the prisoner pouted a gun at bis (prosecutor's) wife; upon witness ad vancing to wrest the gun from him, he then threatened to shoot him; he managed to get the gnn from him however, which he iiroke, and discovered the loading of ball and powder in it; there was no cap on the nipple; he then gave tbe prisoner into custody ; witness could not say whether the gnu was cocked or aot. Sergeant Galway, who arrested the prisoner, said, he was not drunk, bu...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 24 March 1864

1J10B SALE, ana Immediate Delivery:—. X 1500, more or leas, 2 year old Maiden Ewes Also. 300, more or leas, head of Store Cattle, nixed sens, age, 18 months and upwards. Apply to W H. . BROWNE, Auctioneer and Com- JU mission Agent, Albert-street, War- ,bj wick. ? ^__ inj THE undersigned will make CASH AD- g^ TANCES on PBODUCE consigned to fot their London Correspondents, Messrs. w GeHatly, Hankey, and Sewell, Leaaenhall- °^ **'**? HOLISON. BLACK, & SMITH. '* Brisbane, December. 1863. ? { ADELAIDE FLOUB.— For Sale by the jy undersigned, W. Dnffield & Co.'s BBj, -nperfine silk dressed flour. ? of MOLISON, BLACK, & SMITH. ^j -pOB SALE, by Private Contact, the fol- ?' J_ lowing first-class Sheep Properties in ™J Qiiceiksl&Qd :— * MITCHELL DISTBICT. ' BODNEY DOWNS, with 12,000 sheep (ca- j™ PW-KENNEDY DISTBICT. *'J AVON DOWNS, ' with 11,000 sheep and J™ 1000 cattle (capacity 40,000 to 70.000 ?'' sheep). rj,. XCSIDELBEBG, with 8000 sheep (capacity '* 30,000...

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1864. TIME TABLE, Showing Daily Arrival and Despatch of Inland Mails [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 24 March 1864

1864. TIME TABLE. Showing Daily Arrival and Despatch of luland Mails. j.ift Pi Us (I z r p ism. i it! a j p% till -pm ill i le II 18 Ii * And mill rtefuner to Kortlietn Torts every alternate To«d«r.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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ICELAND. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 24 March 1864

IRELAND. A piece of silver plate has been presented to Mr. M'Mahon, ou behalf of the fishermen and others interested in the salmon fisheries of Gal way and Mayo, in tbe form of a silver salver, nineteen inches in length, and weighing ninty ounces, with an inscription, in Irish and Sn-rlisu. A dreadful fire iias occurred in Dublin, by which a range of five or six houses, situ ated at tbe corner of Henry-street and SUCocd-alnd. «»-a occupied n w'*o»« unB woricshaps by an eminent cablnetonitcer, were bnrnt to the ground* and their valn aole contents totally destroyed. The pro perty destroyed is estimated at £20,000. A company has been formed in Cork for the purpose of introducing into tbe south of Ireland the mannfacture of linen and tha spinning of linen yarn. The promoters of the undertaking, in their prospectus, state) that this highly lucrative branch of industry, so long confined to tbe north of Ireland, can be carried on even more advantageously in the south, where labour is chea...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 24 March 1864

'TUE NORTH AUSTRALIAN' is * punt; sodkl tmil pdltiod organ. It bellerM In » gnat dcsUii; lor thin nitand'r ndj and beautiful lud; mnd it tlto twlierw that noUiing cau contiibata ?o rx--nrfal°jr to the spcedj atuiummt of tb»t defitiny afl union amongst all sections and clasaeB of ito people. Shis union is attainable only on one condition— «-uaIHy of BignU. The 'Sons Assial UA3f*-«lU,tlienrontu well for the advancement of the colooj, as because Uie principle is intxinsicall; oat, adToeata egnal aHl.sHeUgioav, sad 1-o1Uk*1 IU^itsforalleal--nist-, inwpectiie or«rery eaaridera ion as to Creed or Country. It Miens the Constitution of flu colour vhen fairiy interpreted, folly den-loped and allo-red free action, to be in its liberality Use most sniubl* to onr condition tbat eoold be devised. It 'rill therefore, npliold tlie ConsUtoUon in its integrity and oppose all changes in it, except 0ueb as are pro* dnced by its «ttn adupUUon and growUi. It will condemn equally the efforts of the Indig...

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EUROPEAN NEWS. ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 24 March 1864

EUROPEAN NEWS. ENGLAND. [Horn* Neat, Jannary 26.) Hee Majesty, accompanied by their Royal Highnesses Princess Louise and Princess Beatrice, arrived at Windsor on January 23. at a. quarter-past 1 o'clock, from Osborne. Her Majesty was met by the Prince of Wales at the Great Western station, and drove with his royal highness to Frogiuore-faonse. The suite iu attendance consisted of Lady Churchill, the Hon. Mrs. Bruce, Colonel the Hon. Sir Charles Phipps. Colonel Sir T. M. Biddulph, and Dr. Holxmann. Her Majesty Jj.Kl.Xi. . . Nothing has been positively arranged as to the time and locality of the christening of the son of the Prince and Princess of Wales, but it is understood it will take place in St. George's Chapel, Windsor, and that the pre cedent will be followed of the ceremony at the christening of the Princess Charlotte, the daughter of George IV., as far as com patible with modern customs. It is understood that the Address in the Honse of Commons, in reply to the Speech from th...

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WEEKLY CALENDER [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 24 March 1864

WBEKLT CALENDAJt, ituoslSU. So-t ! SoB ?*?»*??« High Water JlIIMHlB»- Visa, j Srrs. Aot Bar. H. «. H. n. d *. n. n. n.» Tbnnday _S- 6 10 6 6 15 9 10 20 10 42 Friday ? JB 6 11 D £ 16 t It t II 30 Saturday ? 26 6 11 6 4 17 9 11 54 030 Sunday ? 27 6 12 C 3 18 9 u 4S 1 10 Monday ? 28 6 IS 6 2 19 8 1 SI 1 56 Soesday ? 23| « 13 el 20 9 2 30 2 ii Wednesday -30 613 SO 21 9 3 « 3 26

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ADELAIDE. Adelaide telegrams to the 15th instant appear in the last files to hand of the S.M. Herald:—Monday 14th inst. 10 p.m [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 24 March 1864

ADELAIDE. Adelaide telegrams to the 15th instant appear in the last files to baud of the S If IleraU:— Monday. 14th inst., 10 pjn. Deputy Commissary Boss U under orders for New Zealand. A great native fight has taken place at Lake Albert. About 190 blacks were en gaged ; twenty severely wounded. From Wentworth the mnrder of Dowland and four Paro River natives reported ; also the murder of a man between Mount Mur chison and Fort Bunrke. The Bell-ringers are attracting large houses. Bum Bum shares, £66. Wheat, 7s 8£d per bushel. Gawler farmers are holding for 10s. An order for flour has been received from the Cape. Tuesday. 15th inst. The late Governor. Sir Bichard M'Don nell, writes unfavourably of the hasty settle ment of the Northern territory. Five vessels sailed for Sydney with large quantities of wheat and flour. Hurra. Burra copper is quoted at £101 per ton. Burra Burra shares, £95. National Bank shares. £5 2s. Wheat is freely offered at 7s. 6d., withont buyers. In flour nothin...

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The North Australian. THURSDAY, MARCH 24, 1864. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 24 March 1864

TBUnSDAT, 3IARCB 2i. 18G4. Toe' Gazette has spoken, and we learn that at last there is some definite period fixed for the Barli&ment of Queensland to assemble. The Ministry have mustered courage, and have desired to face their opponents. The vivifying in fluence whiclt sufficed to etop a paper has not mustered strength enough to stay an Assembly ; and we shall, some time next month, be told what in the ministerial providence will be tbe fate of the colony of Queens land. We may have an Electoral bill — we may have a Districts Courts Bill — wemavhave a Municipal Institutions bill — we may even Lure an Insolvency act; bat we don't donbt for an instant, deriving a lesson from experience, that the one wliich most engages the Minis terial attention will be that which least compromises themselves. They will defer to the wisdom of the House on the_ merely technical portions of IflgisIaAi've injnmmty j _ f^nj? JBfl Jte tivfl rest ttiey '-trm ilo then as they have done before— *n*kfi...

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VICTORIA. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 24 March 1864

? * ? VICTORIA. The latest Melbourne; telegrams published in the S. M. JTeraltT* files to hand by the Yarra Yarra, are down to the 15th inst. Monday, ltth inst., 7 p.m. Adelaide flour sold at auction to-day at £23. J ? There is some speculation in tobacco; tens and half-pounds bought up. Kerosene oil is bought and held for is. Teas quiet. Sugars steady. Weather. — Thunder, with heavy showers. Wind, north. Tuesday, 15th inst, 730 p.m. Dr. Owen has been appointed health officer at the Heads. At auction sales of tobacco to-day, the advanced rates were maintained. Flour market not active, but prices very firm. Large sales of South Australian wheat have been made at 9s., and higher rates arc asked for expected parcels. We extract the following items of Vic torian news from the Argut of the 11th in stant:— Later telegraphic news from Melbourne, published in the S. M. Herald t files to hand by the Telegraph, steamer, is to the 19th instant. Thursday evening, March 17. There has heen an ani...

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NOTES AND NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 24 March 1864

NOTES -A-JXTD XTSWS. Billy and groundless objections to the poli tical imtnriDities of the free -voters of Bris bane and Ticinity, have received a severe rebuke in the action taken by yesterday's Berision Court. Political chicanery can descend to any meanness for the furtherance and triompu of its own ends, but it is * fatal blonder to suppose that hundreds of intelli gent people will submit to eny such snob bish imposition without asserting tbeir juat claims. We may state tbe issue to hare been this, tbat tbe only people disfranehised are those who hare been claimed for the dominion* of death, ^liiara b^ enfr-u^iiM-a^^ eotoma thango. W« *re» plsa-md to see tbat ?eveni, who had been objected to on false axti frivolom pretexts, succeeded in getting costs ?.warded them fortbeveza tiotu taxation upon their time, and for tbe indignity ottered them as dnly qualified voters. Tbia will relrake in a proper and practical manner those irbo era never so deeply affected as when Oiiix pockets ar...

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