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COLONIAL NEWS. By the Yarra Yarra steamer, we have our files of Colonial papers to the latest dates. NEW SOUTH WALES [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 24 March 1864

COLONIAL NEWS. By the Yarra Tarra steamer, we have our files of Colonial papers to the latest dates. NEW SOUTH WALES. The following items of latest'Sydney in telligence are extracted from the S. U. Herald ofthe 17th instant:— Shortly before two o'clock this morning, abnilding in the rear or Mr. Siuedley's oil and color store, on Brickfield-hill, was dis covered to be on fire. The place is nsed as a Ktnrn for mints, oils, and other articles of a combustible natnrc, and scarcely had the alarm been given ere the flames burst forth and gave at & distance the appearance or a very extensive conflagration. On the west ern side there is a timber yard, and the burning building is surrounded by wooden structures, principally outhouses to the deorgo-streetsbops and those places fronting Liverpool-street, and from their contiguity to the flames it was feared the fire would spread. Within a very short time, however, several engines were on the spot, and, as they got quickly into play, th...

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Shipping Intelligence ARRIVALS [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 24 March 1864

SfcipptM Intdlnstntt. AKSIVALS. Masch 21.— Tarra Tarn, steamer, from Sydney. Passengers — lira. Tnne, Messrs. Etnberaon, Humphreys, Mooney, Boyd, T. Scott. J. ABport, X. F. Merry, Hemmant, and 25 in the steerage. March 23.— Cyclone, schooner, 89 tons, C. W. Duncan from Newcastle. March 23.— Sarah Pile, «ehooner, 116 tons. Captain J- B. Smith, from Adelaide, with a cargo of floor and bran, March 23.— Telegraph, steamer, 700 tons, Captain Coote, from Sydney. Passengers— Mr. and Mrs. By an. Mrs. Fenton, Mr. and Mrs. Hordern and Master Hordera, Mr. and Mts.S Davis. Mr. ana Mrs. BeU ana ser vant, Hon. B. Pring, Hon. L. Hope, Bev. B. Coarington, Messrs. Cootts, GraenhaU J. iLMantoa, J. GrenfeU, Eeaa, W. C. Bush. W. Brookes. 3. W. Thomson, Jones, J. & Warry, Lamb, Lore, W. A. Simpson, D. Cameron, Bramston, Brodrick, E. O. Mori arty, Morrison, Manning, and €3 in the steerage. DEFABTOBES, March 19.— Gaeerintr, steamer, 41 torts. Captain J.Lowe, for Mooloolab, with 9 pas aeiigers. tmp...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 24 March 1864

Skipping ^i-btrtistmtnls. HAIL STEAMER. QCEEHELAHD STEAM NAVIGATION Co. *Sfr£ZL rnHE MAIL STEAMER 4X*MKl&s. JL QUEENSLAND, will . JlHtlrSilTiy leave for MABYBOBOOGH, 1VrgiK'iT|IB GLADSTONE, and ROCK HAMPTON, on TOESDAY. March 29. JOHN STEPHENS. Secretary. $ttiitts NOTICE.— All Aeconnts due to ns if not Pmid or Settled by the 1st April next, will bo placed in onr Solicitor1* bands for iwsovery. PANTON&CO.. Nicholas-street, ( Next door to Mr. Given's.) Ipswich. 19th Feb., 186*. ? BRISBANE GAS COMPANY.— Notice is hereby given that applications will be received by the Hod. Secretary nntil further notice from persons desirons of taking shares in the above Company. By order of the Directors; E. H. S. BABB.YMORE. Hon. Sec 2ith February. 1861. T^TOTfCE.— MB. S. BLOOM beg* to io _l\ -form the population of Ipswich and . titesnrroandin^ districts that he has estab lished himself at premises in Brisbana atre«t. corner jof West-street, with a ?!?!--- sAtanaeit to. ? PERSONS havi...

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METEOROLOGICAL OBSERVATIONS. Taken at 9 March 22—Brisbane, thermometer, shade, 65-0;; force of wind, 1.10. (Per Electric Telegraph.) WIND AND WEATHER [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 24 March 1864

HETEOBOLOGIOAL OBSERVATIONS. Taken at 9 a.m. March 22.— Brisbane, thermometer, shacle, 65-0; force of wind, 1.10. (Per Electric Tele«-rapn.) 1UU) -ASP WSAXBbS. March 22.— Brisbane, 8JL, fine; Lytton, S.E, raining. March 23.— Brisbane, 6J&, fine; Lytton, &XL. fine; Ipswich. &£., fine. COwiog to * slight breakage in the line fust above Ipswich, tin communication is rrtfflinterrnptad with towra further inland.]

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Commercial Intelligence SYDNEY MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 24 March 1864

Commercial Intelligente. STDNET MABKETS. Wsqrjote the following items of commercial intelligence from the latest files of the 8. M. BctoU, per Telegraph :?— ?Hie issue of the 21et instant has the fol lowing: — ' The arrivals yesterday were the ChaaStse, from London, with general cargo. Clara Sayers from Mauritius, with 6159 bags sugar. WOling Lass. Emily Allison, and Bose of Australia, from Adelaide, with 5047 bags wheat and 1229 bags flour.' Farther on it states in reference to the state of their trade daring the month: ? ?'The principal articles which have directed the attention of speculators have been flour and sugars, the prices of which, as will he seen by our report, have fluctuated consider ably. ' In other articles there is no material movement to report We subjoin the latest report of onr market : — Flora.— The market has been very firm, and an advance since hit month of £7 to £7 10s. per ton has taken place. Stocks are literally exhausted, therefore iiolden fVrthc present...

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

BOCKHAHPTON. The state of the roads and still threaten ing aspect of the weather, preclnde all desire to botanise. yet the students of thnt science or the still more numerous class who can admire beautiful flowers and foliage without being Beqaatntad -with ?ctentjlio nomenclature, may find many a pleasant subject for contemplation in Mr. Tbozet's by no Means inadequate substitute for a Botanical Garden. At present tho more noticeable featnrcs are, an indigenous tree termed the ' Ailonthus imberbiflora' F. M covered for the first time with a profusion of fragrant flowers. Surpassing in clearance as it undoubtedly docs, the 'silkworm AUantkvt' it is an important question whether the noble tree we have indicated will not serve for the food of that valuable insect, and Mr. Thozet has taken steps for a practical solu tion of the enquiry, by communicating with the Queensland Acclimatisation Society ou the subject. The remaining curiosity to which we referred U the Eartia exeelm, P.M. — a ...

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TUESDAY, MARCH 22 Before Mr. Leith Hay, Mr. Murphy and Mr. Panton, Justices of the Peace. ROBBERY. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 24 March 1864

Tuesday, MabcbSS. Before Mr. Leith Hay. Mr. Mnrpiiy, and Mr. Panton, Justices ofthe Peace. BOBBEBT. The case against Honry Best, alias re ward Strong, was resumed this morning. Mr. Chubb again appeared fur the prisoner. Robert; Allen was sworn, and confirmed the evidence of the previous witness, and also identified the stolen property and tin box produced from which the property had been taken. John Evans, sworn : I am a son of Mr. Evans, tho postman ; I remember Sunday evening last; was at the house of Mr. Allen after the robbery had been committed ; saw that a alab had been taken down at the back of the fireplace ; saw some parties near the premises to where the pieces had been broken down ; the other man appeared a taller man than the prisoucr. The prisoner was then committed to the next Assizes, to be held at Ipswich on the 2nd of May ucxt.

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POLICE COURT. Before Mr. Leith Hay and Mr. Murphy, Justices of the Peace. ASSAULTING A WIFE . [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 24 March 1864

POLICE COUET. Before Mr. Leith Hay and Mr. Murphy, Justices of the Peace. ASSAULTIKO A WIFE, John Brown was charged with assaulting his wife, Mary Brown, who lived at Little Ipswich, when she was in bed asleep. It appears the prisoner pot possession of a tommyhawk with which he committed the assault complained of. Brown «JtnUtfd the crime. The Bench fined him £30 or six month* in.gaol.

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IPSWICH. THE FLOOD Tuesday morning. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 24 March 1864

IPSWICH. (FB011 OUB OWH COBBESPOKDEKr.) THE FLOOD. Tuesday morning. To describe the various scenes attendant on the late disastrous flood wonld not only be a task of much difficulty, but at the same time be far from conveying to the reader anything like the reality; therefore. I will only give a brief sketch of what has oc curred. Late on Friday evening last the rain came down in torrents, and continued throughout the night accompanied with a high wind, ft sure foreboding of arise in the river soon, especially as it had been raining more or less during the two previous days. On the marrow, as we expected, the river had risen to an dnnsnal boifrfat. and still continued to Ao w» witlt a rapidity that nut only created the fears of those who possessed stores on the bank, but seriously alarmed many whose dwellings were threatened with destruction sooner or later. At an early hour families might have been seen quitting their abodes — some in camps surrounded by their household goods ; and...

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MONDAY, MARCH 21. Before Dr. Challinor Sir. Leith Hay, Mr. Cockburn, Mr. Paoton. and Mr. Gorry, Justices of the Peace. DRUNKENNESS. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 24 March 1864

Mokdat. Masch 21. Before Dr. Challinor, Mr. Leith Hay, Mr. Cockburn, Mr. Panton, and Mr. Gorry, Justices of the Peace. DBUHKEHnES. Jobn Bobinaon was fined 6«., Thomas Bom 6»,«lary iI'Anliff-».«*» and ttofaart ^mmMmm^&&:'' ? ?-?*-»»»'* James Bielley was charged on the police sheet with the above offence, but from evi dence it appeared that the horse on which he was riding became unmanagable. The Bench dismissed the case. BOBBERY. Henry Best alias Edward Strong was charged with feloniously breaking into the premises of Robert Allen, of Brisbane-street, on Sunday evening last, and stealing £70, together with other articles, the property of the said Robert Allen. Constable Storey proved the prisoner's arrest, and the finding some of the stolon property ou him. He went to Allen's honse before lie took the prisoner into custody, and observed that an entrance bad been effected at the back of the premises fay the removal of a Blab. There was a box.in the boose broken open. T...

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SATURDAY, MARCH 19 [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 24 March 1864

Saturday, Mabch 19. Patrick Mnnnary was charged with using obscene language; he was mulcted in the sum of 20s.

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CENTRAL POLICE COURT TUESDAY, MARCH 22 Before the Police Magistrate, DRUNKENNESS. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 24 March 1864

CENTRAL POLICE C0UHT Tuesday. Mabch 22. Before tbe Police Magistrate. SBOZ-EnSEBS. David Woodman, an aboriginal specimen of humanity, was fined 10s or forty-eight hours impri-innment The fine was, of course not paid. £tizabetb Cottrell was brought np forttie twelfth time oca charge of drunkenness. and being deemed incorrigible, was sen tenced to three months' bard labor in die gaol. Andrew Clark was fined 10s. ma-su-a-potc. Samuel Oldbara.in the first sta**:e of this disease, tbe result of excessive drinking, was on the examination of Tin. Hobb* and BeU, remanded to gaol as a lunatic. BBEACH OF QOAUAKTunS ACT. Captain Kcan, of tbe Plying ('load, was charged with false infurmation to tbe Health Officer, touching the death of one Samuel Wright, a midshipman on board the vessel. Dr. Wm. Hobbs deposed to tbe effect tbat whan be visited the Flying Cloud in his capacity as Health Officer, be went into Hie saloon with Dr. Sandiford and Captain Seen. The Doctor said that twenty deaths had t...

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Wednesday, MARCH 23. Before the Police Magistrate, and Messrs. Webb Pickering, and Petrie. J.P.'s [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 24 March 1864

Wedkesdat. Mabhr 23. Before the Police Magistrate, and Messrs. Webb, Pickering, and Petrie. J.I V«. The adjourned court continued its sitting to-day. The objections against the applicants of South Brisbane were all made by the one party, a man of the name of William Con nery. He. however, put in no appearance. The Police Magistrate then proceeded to read aloud the names of the parties objected to: and a question was proposed by Mr. Pickering, as to whether the party object ing withont prosecuting was liable to a penalty. Mr. Doyle considered that that was a question to be decided by the Bench. The objections in the case of Conocry were over ruled, owing to his absence. The names of the dead appearing on the roll were then struck off. The North Brisbane roll was then entered upon, and it was announced by the Bench that all objections had been withdrawn. Mr. E. O. McDevitt, on behalf of one or the parties objected to, claimed costs for the expense, and delay he had been pnt to in atte...

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REVISION COURT. TUESDAY, MARCH 22 Before the Police Magistrate, and Hours Petric and Webb. J.P.'s. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 24 March 1864

BEVISION COtJBT. TcssDAr. SIabch 22. Before the Police Magistrate, and Messrs. Petrie and Webb. J.P.'s. The Court of Bevision for the Electoral Districts of North Brisbane, South Brisbane, East Moretou, and Fortitude Valley, was re sumed on Tuesday, at twelre o'clock. Tin Beeistration Society was represented by Mr. Garrick and Mr. HcDevttt; and Mr. Doyle appeared for the parties objected to. Mr. J. G. Jones, on behalf of Mr. D. p. Roberts, withdrew all objections made by that gentleman. Mr. Doyle objected to the names oF J. G. Jones and Batcliffe Pring in the East Moreton elections. Mr. Jones withdrew his claim, and Mr. Pring was proved disqualified. Upon reading over the roll, the names or all parties known to be dead were struck off. The Court then adjourned until twelre o'clock on Wednesday.

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WEDNESDAY, MARCH 23 Before the Police Magistrate. DRUNKENNESS. . [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 24 March 1864

Wednesday, March 23. Before the Police Magistrate.   DRUNKENNESS. William Humphreys, William Malone and William Keating— ' Sweet Williams.' that they are, were each fined 10s. for drunkenness. Thomas HayBelden, twice previously brought up ou the same charge, was fined BBEACB OF QUABANTTVB LAWS. Captain Keen was again broujrht np on the above charge, and big counsel, Mr. Garnet, stated that as his witnesses were now on board the Flying Cloud in Quaran tine, his client wonld reserve his defence. Captain Keen was then bound over to take his trial at the next Court of General Assizes In Brisbane, in the sum of £400, himself in £200, and one surety in £200, or two sureties in £100 each. ASSAULT. Marks v. Bollock. — This was the case of pointing a gun already reported in a previ ous issue. The accused was required in enter into recognisances for his Rood be haviour for the period of six months, biiu eeU in £50, ana two sureties in £35.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 26 March 1864

FOB SALE, and Immediate Delivery:— 1500, more or less, 2 year oia Haiden Ewes Also. 300, mote or less, beau nf Store Cattle, mixed sexes, age, 18 months and upwards. Apply to W. H. BROWNE, Auctioneer and Com mission Agent, Albert-street, War -wide TUBE undersigned trill make CASH AD JL YANOES on PRODUCE consigned to 1 their London Correspondents.' Messrs. GeUatly, Hankey, and Sewell, Leadenhall street. ' ? MOLIBON, BLACK, te SMITH. Brisbane, December. 1868. ? ADELAIDE FLOUR.— For Sale by the undersigned, W. Duffield ts Co.'s superfine sDk dressed floor. . , MOUSOK, BLACK, & SMITH. . 'ijlOE SALE, by Private Contract, the fol ; JC lowing first-class Sheep Properties in Queensland:— ? MITCHELL DISTRICT. BODNEY DOWNS, with 12,000 sheep (ca pacity. 40,000). KENNEDT DISTRICT. AVON DOWNS, with 11.000 sheep and 1000 cattle (capacity 40,000 to 70,000 HEIDELBERG, with 8000 sheep (capacity 30.OP0 to'BSjOOtvy. - - BEfCHgAKPT OISTBICT. KEWSTB AD,' with ' 13,000 sheep (capacity . 40,000 s...

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IPSWICH. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) Thursday Night. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 26 March 1864

IPSWICH. fFEOU OUB OWB COIIIIESPONDENT.) Thursday Night To resume my letter of Tuesday morning. — The side of the bridge in Brisbane-street next the river, may be said to have been the deepest water, any description of traffic along the roadway quite out of the question, the coping on the wall of the bridge being below the surface a considerable depth, tbe water extending in' a {parallel lino with Messrs. Wilson's stores. jQomnmoWio*: «riu.*lM«t-«nitnt?atboirb dinrch iraycutoff. The bridge over the gnlley lending from Bremer street thither, being hidden beneath tbe swollen stream. Severr.1 houses adja cent were well nij?h covered — the roofs re maining; .alone visible— one of which losing its perpendicular was wafted to the river's current, when it broke up into numberless atoms. The existence of a bridge at One Mile Creek, Little Ipswich, had to be im- ' agined, nothing of which could be seen, aud many of the colonists were of ; opinion that it was covered with twenty five to thirt...

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EPITOME [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 26 March 1864

;&FXXO2uEJ3. The body of Captain Witham.Jate of the on the morning of the 18th instant mt Lug gage Point, opposite Lytton. Mr. Bosensteogel, of Queen-street, brought to our office, enclosed in a letter, a gennime Irish Shamrock, received direct by the late mail. The fact is rather remarkable that it should have arrived here on St. Patrick's Day, after a voyage of 17.000 miles. - Information -was received by ub yester day, of the sudden death of a man named Dodds, who came out as passenger per Fly ing {Hoad, with biB wife mm* two children ; they, of course, are left upon the charity of the 'world; He was residing in, or near The-!rieket Match between the second Eleven Victorian-Cricketers and. the first ^ElevBh offdrtitnle Valley, wasco'mmemsed atnbon*n6t.Patriek*«^DSyi»-nt *'» '» bommencmg,-oompeUed«ie drawing of the stumps. , T£e»oo»stoo4thus^-^Viotorians, 4fi-stluiBgsJi6O; Fortituue Valley. 68. Jind .five -wickets $p spare.-? ? ? !?-* 's -.?/: i ~ **,-*. Oiptaina.-G;ivtcki...

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THE BURNETT. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 26 March 1864

? v ? THE BURNETT. (From the Burnett Argus, March 11.) We are happy to find that the Hospital is now about to be provided with a clock, an adjunct it bas stood much in need of for a long time past. It is highly requisite that a timepiece should be kept in snch an insti tution for the purpose of regulating medical administrations, &c, and we are only sur prised that such an almost indispensable article was not thought of ere now. The Amateur Dramatic So=iety intend giving their third entertainment* in May next. Wo have not heard of the pieces they have selected for representation, but we believe, from all we bear, tlmt they are first class. There were only three allotments of land 3. ? 3 _r _» *1,a la.t 1as,& sale. 'Amis, we rtSST^i; ene™l7o-l»S to «» onvroptti oiw suto of tlus weather deterring buyers from attending. The missing mailman has, we are happy to say, again turned up ; he was not drowned as surmised. It appears he had gone hence right through to Maryboroug...

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PROVINCIAL NEWS. TOOWOOMBA. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 26 March 1864

PROVINCIAL NEWS. TOOWOOMBA. fFKOM ODE OWS COBBESFOHDEST.) I reqbbt to state that a most melancholy event occurred in Drayton on Patrick's Night. It appears Constable Copley, who is in charge of the lock-up there, had been ont spending the evening, but as he had not re turned home that night, a search was insti tuted next morning, which was carried on all day without success, till on Saturday morning one of the public wells was dragged, and sad to relate the nnfortunate man found drowned. A post-mortem exami nation took nlace before the Coroner and Dr. Burke, who examined the body, gave it his evidence that he died by drowning. Owing to some expressions of parties in the town, which caused suspicion to rest upon aa individual, tbe verdict of the jnry was not recorded on Saturday, as the authorities wished to sift the matter deeper, for Con stable Copley bore a high character for tem perance, and nothing was elicited inevi dence to prove that he had been drunk. The ? 1.1. *.. *I.a lm»...

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