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WEEKLY CALENDER [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 26 March 1864

ITBSKLT CAI^ITDAB. ' '^ 'n*~-^-^^. -u-uusrigu So!I Svs Wook-b High Water HiBCBlB81- Item. Sra. iot Bar. H. H. B. X. I). T. n. IL ll.tt Satortiy ? 26 6 11 64 17 9 11 « 0 20 Sunday ? 3T! 6 12 6 3 16 9 0 45 1 10 Monday ? 2S 6 12 62 19 9 1 34 1 56 TuesdlT ? ~38. 6 IS 61 20 8 j 2 30 2 45 Wednesday _30, 6 IS 6 0 21 9 , 3 4 S 28 Thursday .,.31: 6 14 SSS 22 0 3 50 1 10 Ann. | ' ' Friday ? 1 CM S SS 'a 9 . i 30 i Si

Publication Title: North Australian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
WATER POLICE COURT. Before the Water Police Magistrate. DEFRAUDING THE A.S.N. COMPANY. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 26 March 1864

WATEE POLICE COURT. Before the Water Police Magistrate. SBFBAUDIHG THE A.E.E. COHPAEY. Bobert James was charged by Captain Coote, of the steamer Telegraph, with hav ing illegaly obtained a passage from Sydney to Brisbane. The accused had the effron tery to tender a. torn piece of coloured cir cular as his ticket. He pleaded gnilty to the charge, and was ordered to pay the pas sage money (£33s) and a fine of 5s, or to be imprisoned far ten days.

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THE North Australian. SATURDAY, MARCH 26, 1864. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 26 March 1864

®|e Jjfortjji Australian. SATURDAY. MARCH 26. ISC4. Tse disastrous weather, wbicb seems so reluctant to leave us, has come at a time when the colony could least bear the loss which must be its inevitable result. It is not easy at this instant to conceive the amount of damage which the recent floods have inflicted upon all classes of the community. The small storekeeper in the lower parts of our towns — the farmer on the Danes ot our creeks — the squatter on the Gonda mine and in the distant North and Jf ortb-west — the earner up or from the interior — all must feel the influence of this great and trying visitation. And we shall, feel it as a people the more, that the comparative cessation of immi gration from the old country will render us less able to meet these injuries-than had that immigration been left to its legal and natural course we should have been. Add to these circumstances a falling revenue and an expanding debt, and we need have no difficulty in dis covering why it is,...

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CENTRAL POLICE COURT Thursday. March 24. Before the Police Magistrate. DRUNKENNESS. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 26 March 1864

CENTRAL POLICE COUUT Thqbsdat, JIacch 21. Before the Police Magistrate. DB0NKEKNES6. James Dulaoy and Ann Powell were each fined 5s. for drunkenness. BREACH OF POLICE ACT. Benjamin George Gipson was fined 10s. fur firing off a rocket in the public streets. VAGRANCY. Margaret Manton was sentenced to four teen days imprisonment as a vagrant. LABCEKY. William Humphries was charged with robbing a poultry roost, and was remanded till Saturday. OBSCENE LANGUAGE. Thomas Roberts, who had been sum moued by Constable King on the charge of nsing obscene language, failed to appear, and a warrant was issued for Iiis apjireUen Cribb v. Pillow.— The plaintiff sued for an ejectment under the Enclosed Lands Act, on the ground that .the accused unlawfully occupied a certain allotment of land situ ated in George-street. Mr. Jones, instructed by Mr. Doyle, ap peared for the defendant. Plaintiff deposed that he purchased the land in February last, and that defendant had no legitimate claim to it. On app...

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NOTES AND NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 26 March 1864

3XTOT.ES .A-TSTD NSW6. Ik a supplement to the Government Gazette, published on Thursday last, the following notice of Laud Sales appears: — At the Police Office. Ipswich. April 25th, 1861, forty-tliree country lots, in the county of ChnrchuU], upset price £1 per acre; and torty-ooe town lots, in me town 01 xjjamtu npset price £100 per acre. At the Police Office, Eockhampton, on Monday, April 25th, 1864; ninety-six town lots in the town of dcrmont, npsot price, £8 per acre; and tWce suburban lots on Sandy Creek, -Honnontomnty.jtf.tbe rate of £2 per acr& the town of Btanweli. county of Livingstone, at the npset price of f6 per acre; endfifty ?ictovm lots In the town of Woolitoipe. Ferguson county, at the npset price of. £8 per. acre. At the Police Office, Calby, on Monday, April 25th, fifty town lots, in the town ofCampbeU'fiOanip, at the upset price of £8 .per acre, and eight suburban lots at theupsetpnw«f£3peracre. At the Bo lice Office, Maryborough^ April 25th, forty town l...

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

THE FLOODS. Fhe experience of the last two years is con clusive enough tliatatanytimcarcipetitionof tl,« Hiwrt-n'- floods my talce friljacq. fa- the. ^'inliviSoiif^nter^is'f '. ''it 5s natural, therefore, to enquire if any means can be possibly adopted to render the low localities in and around the city flood proof. There is only one preventive that ocenrs to as, and we fear, as a public work, it wouH involve such labor and out lay that it would meet with bnt little favor in the right quarter. \Vc refer to an artificial emb&nkmeut extending on the south side from a point of land, np the river, which is sufficiently high to defy the rising waters, to a corresponding point down the river, by which means the sudden SLUU |irewiUA»ui«I noes n\fiu«*- u^ n.w|/v «v bay. There is a precedent for this in the case of the Mississippi River, which lias such an embankment as we have stated, ex tending a hundred miia op the stream from the city of New Orleans. It is called the ' Level,'* a...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 26 March 1864

pdltiolarKu. Bbdi«»Mlii»gMmtaatinyl(»thi« BMtmOf - rich aad . JtwuHMW I»a4 j vaA H miM- beitena Uuil ubthtog ' m imtdbj^. j^- pdwat*nfjto~&* i»«»i|fVa«»»»BUBfci»T -4fcala %#W«i ^W'fS'i&tt^d^' of it. ^i«Blt .^his WiMa-jfU jtUtmiM -Mr on flM an* mia.timtacc,»i «df for &t mAnBpmalja. VbeaHaaj, t, ixdnm itxjninciple bjtntdsctarilr. B|gtto«brBn«»lffl»y^ta»qma«^.rrerj-i^ai|!r»-. ^LitibBt3n£atiBamibj:'.-'.' '.'it ^tty/'S vi:-A '''ji.''jb^fcn»'-' ih*. .OOMtltaUon- .«( £» jtsloiT^ tfmu&*L,*o-b*jt*tt* BbmiUtjr Has lK*t sriitaMi: bW-eooaiitoi th«t«Hd« J* ieri^L- .B wffl ttenfcre, uphoU U» -3on»«batiMi IK to Inh«i«y tmat 1» ltt m adaptation ana «twr«i, tt ijffl candann eqo»lly tbe dbrt( of the lodigatt Jereller ot Bocitty who +oaW bring mil dawn to a. standud U eolt litmadt; and U» pretonUons of tiu wtaltlif to undo? piiTfl£ges for tbrir class. Itirill iiiipiwrt no pollUcml party vlwUiu tn Office or tn Opposition, except u far u it beliera Oicm dsdroos and capabl...

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ACCLIMATISATION SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 26 March 1864

ACCLIMATISATION SOCIETY. The quarterly meeting of the Queensland Acclimatisation Society was held «n Thurs day afternoon last. In the Council Chambers. His Excellency the Governor occupied the chair* The Seceetaey. Mr. Bernays, stated that the meeting should have bsen held some time since, but the several causes, the con tinued wet weather, with others, had in duced its postponement. Two auditors would be appointed by the present meeting, who would certify the acconnts, which would be laid before the next meeting, to take place in May. It was a matter of gratification to know, that if the transac tions of the Society had been limited, its outlay had been in a like ratio, while its income tad somewhat increased.' In the expenditure of the Society's funds strict MtMMekJhafl beea^eunuterad. The (host Xtawnsley's promise to read a paper on tlie natural history of the scrub turkey. Mr. B. had had personal observation of the habits of the bird, ,ana could, doubtless, throw such light -opo...

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SUPREME COURT. IN INSOLVENCY. THURSDAY, MARCH 24. In re JOHN FITEGIBBON [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 26 March 1864

* supseme court. tN tKSOLVESCV. TnoBSDAT, March 24. Tn re Jobs FirttdlBBoy. A debt or £39 was proved at tlie second meeting, which then closed. A third meet ing frill bo held on April 26th. in re Geoege Kennedy. the third meeting. The Official Assignee read his report, and debts amounting U.X3S5 7s 3d were proved. Insolvent was allowed furniture and wearing apparel. tn rt ChaBlks Obbiobtor. 'This belnc the third meeting, ft was de cided that the insolvent be allowed »eanDE '' ' One aSoFwa* proved for £7. This hemp the third meeting the Official Assignee read his report. The insolvent was allowed wearing apparel, and the meeting closed. In re Ahos Gloyeb. The third meeting. Debts amounting to £368 15s. 9d. were proved. The Assignee's report was then read, and the Insolvent -was allowed furniture and wearing apparel, when the meeting closed. In re Gkoege Waebek. Dents amounting to £S81 were proved. The Official Assignee read his report, and insolvent was allowed furniture and wear ing...

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Shipping Intelligence ARRIVALS [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 26 March 1864

$WH inUlligmtt. ; ; ? ?,!?;'.. : ' ' ? ? iMitiu. ? ' ? '?' Mabcb 23.— Rebecca, barque, 166 tons, Cap' \ tain Marsh, from Adelaide. . . W»r«fli 23. — Bonnie Doon, whaling . bai-gDe.*'216 tons. Captain Wybrow, horn the , paling' grounds. BEPABTCBEB. ?; .- March 24.— Maid of Biverton, schooner, 82 tons, Captain Mnrpliy, for the Richmond : Hirer, in ballast- Ho passengers. ; ?'?-?: ntPOBxs. ' : BeWa.fn-m Adelaide: 1425 bags. 400 half-tags flour. 264 bags Joan, G.Baff snd -. Co- : ' - ? ' '.'. Sarah'Pile, from Adelaide ; 60 tons flonr, 1 J.andG. Sanis: 790 bags ISO half-bags Bonr, 60 bags bran, Molison, -Black, and Smith; 133 bags 150 half-bags floor, C Monro. « Cyclone, from Newcastle : 445 bags maize, 3 tons bay, 300 cheeses, 200 palings, H. S. GrenfeU. tFBWICK SrEASZ-BS.—'SW Ipswich Will leave tba AJSJf. , Company's wharf at to a-m, this d»y (Satnrdsry), for toe above 'place. ? ? ' The Telegraph, steamer, will leave the JLS.N. Company's wharf for Sydney , atS p.TL, this day (Saturday)...

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

MAIL STEAMEB. Qbxsn-szaxb Steam NAvraanoH Co. ^RhGik HfiHE MAIL STEAMER ; flftMftJK^ JL QUEENSLAND, will ? JHBIWIIiBl **'» tor MABYBOBOUGH, STSZS' GLADSTONE, and ROCK - HAMPTON, on TUESDAY, March 29 - JOHA~ STEPHENS, Secretary. N ?'£*?£— AD Accounts aoe tons if not Pud or Settled bv thn Jut Anrfl ««** will to placed in our Solicitor's hands for 1 recorery. I CANTON* CO, } Nicholas-street, 1 (Next aoor to Mr. Given's.) I Ipswieb, 19th Fob- 186*. ? '?I B8ISBANE GAS COMPANY.— Notice I , is hereby given that applications will I be received by the Hon. Secretory ontil I farther notice from persons desirous oM . taking shares in the above Company. J . By order of the Directors. I E. H. 8. BABBYMORE. } «- . „ . HoD- Sec. J 84th February. 186*. » j * ?VrOTFCE— MB. S. BLOOM legs to in- i XH form the population of Ipswich ana I . ilieyarrotmdiog districts tiutt he has estab- I lufaed himself at premises in Brisbane- j . street, cornier of West-street, wifli a large j - g||jj|j^| .VMtfRitHS* T...

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1864. TIME TABLE. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 26 March 1864

1864. TTME TABLE. Showing Daily Arrival and Despatch of Inland Mails. ,„»?? i- «'i i fll I .PI I If 4'- |i i«i»igs.'ij' 1 1 |t ifiltl P I i\ ii -I _*.f£ Kit- = 1 ¥w*Hm W *AminiinFt«»nurtoKorairmPort«efay«Jt«oi»W

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Commercial Intelligence NORTH AUSTRALIAN OFFICE, Friday Evening [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 26 March 1864

^OTRDItlHHl' pJBKllifiUltt' .'; Kdffi^[eAnsTBAikijr Office,^ .': ^!H '--' ^linsTmsrnaes *ransactad jQjring theTOkin ' h^^nV^^n2y'of- the Hv^-or^i^anu^ '-. -w««irs ; and the aspect 'of teweafliBr since ' ;?? faisnot bego of snch a Teassngcg ehanirter .- *' :': jg*1f*r^*f'i'*-'3f^^fffff*''^gL'f*^*^''yw:**l*^r' ? ; : former pM^^'31ut %«&W or hsoorer* '?' . -,:? ?'i.:-:ri*-£-i.i-&{: ?-.&&:'??/' vn1- ':iz!P'-' of their goods, therefore, seems to have engrossed their entire attention. Although the flood has, as far as Brisbane is concerned,, been almost unparalelled in magnitude and rapid in its' rise, it is grati fying' to learn that the loss of property in Hie aggregate in the various stores has 'been cojnparstirely slight owing- to tlie immediate steps which were taken to secure it. The unfavourable aeconnts which have been already, received from the country, . and the probability of furtharand worse ac counts, is the most harrowing featnre-ofthe subject...

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COLONIAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 29 March 1864

COLONIAL NEWS. Bv the Clarence, steamer we have files of colonial journals to the ^^st dates : ^Syd - ^H^l6^HmWALES W* extract the following beads of. N. S. W intelligence from the S. M. Me-aW* issue °fOneT?csuiyTst^e first contest of tbB members ofllo. 6 Company BifieClub took place at the Paddington Butts. Owing pro lably to the very inclement state of the weather for some days previously, and its still threatening aspect, ttoe at^ tendance was not so good as it onElit to have been. The three classes, however, were represented. The ranges shot over were 800, SOU. ana 600 hundred vards. five shots at each distance. The flrst-class prize was won by serfieant Bel ford, who scored 28 points : the second prize in the first class was won by corporal Kast way who made 21 points. In the second class the first prize fell to G. Eastway, for 2G points ; the second prize was won by private Rawlcy. who scored 24 points. In [he third class the first prize fell to private White. The next meeting...

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ST. PATRICK'S BANQUET. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 29 March 1864

ST. PATRICK'S BANQUET. AccoarjisG to announcement the festival of Ireland's National Saint was celebrated here on tlie 17th instant, by a public dinner, in the Hall of the Youug Hen's Society, better known as the St. Patrick's School. For days 'previously the principal chit chat of our townsfolk was the dinner, and as all the leaiiinp gentlemen of the locality in tended being present, everyone looked for ward to a jovial meeting, aud 1 am nappy to say none were disappointed. The spa cious building was well fitted op for the oc casion, aud though we had not those recherches bouquets which are cultivated so extensively in our green houses and par terres at home, and which spread such fra grance around, yet we had gracefully wreathed festoonB of colonial evergreens, and such sweet scented flowers as our Queensland gardens afforded. The rich appearance of the hall when en tering reminded one forcibly of those fairy palaces which we read of in nursery tales. In the centre of the room tli...

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LAYING THE FOUNDATION STONE OF THE TEMPERANCE HALL. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 29 March 1864

LAYING THE FOUKDATTON STONE OF THE TEMPERANCE HALL. This interesting ceremony was performed by his Excellency the Governor at five o'clock yesterday evening. As the honr drew nigh, numbers of both sexes were seen wending their way to the spot, and a few minutes before five, the ' Juvenile Band of Hope' joined the throng and occupied a position to the left of the platform. The which gracefully waved in the breeze, and imparted to the scene an air of gaiety com mensurate with an enterprise ' willing the good of every man.' At five o'clock the Governor drove up in his carriage attended by Lady Bowen and other members of his household. They were greeted with applause, the Band of Hope singing 'God Save the Queen.' Mr. BI be. on behalf of the association, then read tbe following address : — Mat it Please Took Excellescv, — The Building Committee and Trustees of the Temperance Hall about to be erected on this spot, desire to tender their sincere thanks to your Excellency for so kindly con...

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MONDAY, MARCH 28 Before the Police Magistrates. DRUNKENNESS. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 29 March 1864

Monday, Mabob 28. Before the Potion Magistrate. ' 9BU1 Ikfcn VBO&; Patrick Xebay was discharged, having 1 been in 'durance' since Saturday. .,., ..-..J Benjamin Beerford, *gaWt whom (two I indiotmenta are pending, for'dmnVwinnw 1 ?nd «CT»nltinC the frolica. was remanded] .«M^*HW£J*' '(*£*«?-) . .. li1 .^-| Whiama.Rtarltjiv drank anA. jfiaonan*. I mi fined aOt, cr.iwenty-fbur boms' sn j i...^.9R^g^^fjfiiK,K*ba drunk and dM orderly. BOs. or forty-eight hours imprison '^'Wtnti ?'*?-'? -'-'''? ' I ; ?'':'? . ,.,-,-?''?;?''';] ? ?''' ' OBSBS« *j*HQO*Oe.; ^ r '''?'??1' ' - Thomas ^olwts.lchaiyed^aii above, ww^ fined*?, or inAifiudtaerm^riinpSson.. Bent. .:'t« ' '} ,-»-..-?-%:??. ?-.-,«' ,iofci-»-J Oharjes ,-.-Br Young wm tineniES for a . similar a&eoce. ', - ''?''?=? 'f:'5 -*=.--a--- : Edward flleesoi-,iob»ci^Tangnage.«B»iBn dan* imprisonment ' - ^ ?'??'- ' TPJTtrr^'ffirTrT^iri^'iiriBiih i'v3li)iw - : ? ri~n ... ? at.??' ,.'..? ; ;' jkw, ,i.'»h'j «*jgTf**iif-' ?:?-.-?.';'(...

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TOOWOOMBA. Friday, March 25, 1864. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 29 March 1864

TOOWOOMBA. (PnOM OUB OWK COEBESP0KDEM1.) Fridav. March 35, 1864. Is consequence of the continuous rain the mails from Brisbane and the Northern towns have not come to hand for the past ten days, and hence we are in ignorance complete of bow business stands. Nothing is heard of here save accidents by flood and field, which are related by the adventurers themselves, or sonic third parties. All the creeks about this district are liafrliApflian avm* Ifnnwn iiafrnv* an^ in luinfi instances the attempts of fool-hardy travel lers to cross them have been attended with sad effects. It appears a man named Moore, in trying to cross Turner's Greek, which at_ the time onlyTSs'SrHy nut also three horses, aud with much difficulty saved his onn life. We have heard that a bullock team has lieen lost iu crossing GaUon Creek, the bridge over which has been partially destroyed. Numbers of drays have been encamped on the road between here aud Ips wich, aud as no provision* have come to us for some weeks...

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IPSWICH. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 29 March 1864

IPSWICH. '* jftmHEjnm^Dwa «jobbbbpobdbmt.}: * Thx riverrl may say,.has «nbBidedtoitB ordinary levA analfcmmant'traces of the; fetrfnl tia^m^^fmTnh'*-^ ^''n^f'* on -its : rinni. Of tte ferry hon»e not a vestige it^J^baSt boost* #I«Sya1iB; these iDarkins^he'ratit *hat was .once a home ^ftB^poatebanltjtttiA.B.W:*lompauy'8 rtoMhhouaeba^Tieen rendered untenable t stripped oHts woof, flie greater part of its ndee torn »w»y. «»d the interior filled -with a conglomerate m*« f-«| mud and.«M*te. presents * pitiable spectacle. The nora w3Ta£m6* ftwir feb iUoie Whose engineer ing skill may 'not be of the highestor^r, the otter want of fo^ight in a public tamipany in creetangatores inflow a. position, ex-. pofed to «rery anosual nw$B Abe river. . '3b whole of the landing-stage of the same Starrs has been wrenched from its position, and the massive timber composing its struc ture hurled to the roadway— smiie of the iron fastenings, an inch or mure in diameter, bent and twisted as if it had been w...

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1864. TIME TABLE. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 29 March 1864

1864. TIME TABLE. Showing Daily Arrival and Despatch of Inland Mails. .Tf6| | f\ | |j | \V s-c|°i| f. 1 it? -. wifl si ii'fi-te|i# !? s ' s i si f Ijc S s 1 * I I II1 I I1 I |l i bijij m mm iJimz jRft ill ill s \£ ^-Sfe ^ise ! §i=ps = 5 if Ue£(»; pE - ifcli&k: » ilrfJMg |II I |fe»|fe I ' is ii -a J I -= ill 1 II I I * Awl mail steamer to Northern Forta enqr alternate Tuesday.

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