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No title [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 29 March 1864
'THE KOUTH ACSTHiMAK' u a purely soda] anil political organ. It Mines iu a great desUny lor llii* n.turmlly rich and lieanUCul land; and it also belieres that nothing can contribute so powerfully to the ipeedy attaiument or that destiny as union amongst all section? and eliisacs of ita people. Mils onion u (ttaiuable oaly an one condition — Eqaalitj of Kigiits. The ' Koltn Austba UiH' vill, therefore, as irelt for the advancement of the eolony, as because the principle is intrinsically just, adrocate equal Civil, lleligion*, and l'olitical Rights for all colonists, Irnwpectire of erery vousiilen ion as to Creed or Country. It belieres the ConstilnUon or tbe eolony when fairly interpreted, fully developed and allowed fcee action, to be in itt tibenltty the most suitable to our condition that could be devised. It will therefore, uphold the Constitution in its integrity and oppose all changes in it, except such as are pro duecd by IU own adaptation and po^U. . It *-ill' ?iib ??[??Tin «...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 29 March 1864
DtDgfcfg for Salt, IjIOB SALE, and Immediate Delivery: — JC 1500, more or less, 2 year old Maiden Ewes Abo. 300, more or leas, bead of Store Cattle, mired sexes, age, 18 months and upwards. Apply to W. H. BROWNE, Auctioneer and Com mission Agent, Albert-street, War wick. fflHE undersigned win make CASH AD J. VANCES on PRODUCE consigned to their London Correspondents, Messrs. GeUatly, Hankey, and Seirell, Leadenhall 'U**U MOLtSON, BLACK, & SMITH. Brisbane, December. 1868. ? A DELATDE FLOUR.— For Sale by the ,/L undersigned, W. Dnffield tc Co.'* ?meriae silk dressed flour. ? MOLISON, BLACK, ft SMITH. To the Worshipful the Justices of the Peace, acting in and for the District of Ips wich, in Queensland. T MICHAEL O'MALLEY. now residing i« at Ipswich, do hereby give notice that tkn ny intention to apply at the next An tinal Licensing Meeting, or Special Petty Sessions, to be holden for this district on tin nineteenth day of April next ensiling. for a Publican's License, for the ...
WEEKLY CALENDER. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 29 March 1864
WEEKLY CALENBAU. nr.,™1RM SmI 6lar Uoo!f« Uigh Water JUech1B6j- iusia. Ssts. Aaa. Bar. a. m. n. jt » t. it. jl nji Tuesday ? S9 6 13 61 20 9 2 20 2 *5 Wednesday -JO 6 IS S0S1B34 3SG Thnnday _^1 6 14 5 5S 22 8 3 50 * 10 Arsiu Friday ? J 614 SS6 3 9 4 30 * Si Saturday ? 2 6 U 6 SS 24 » 6 20 6 48 Bandar ? 36 Is 6 64 26 9 6 15 6 « Monday ? 4 6 15 S 52 28 B 1 1 6 7 30
CENTRAL POLICE COURT. SATURDAY, MARCH 26. Before the Police Magistrate and L. A. Bernays, Esq. Justice of the Peace. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 29 March 1864
CENTBAL POLICE COURT. Saturday, JIabch 26. Before the Police Magistrate and L. A. Bernays, Esq.- Justice of the Peace. Morrt. ^tfEB^So''WRIil»m7Wimp»tm mn fined 10s each. Henry Owens was fined 20s or 48 hnun imprisonment: and Patrick Lowrie and George Fe thereto ne, who added turbulent conduct to the primary charge of drunkenness, were each fined 40s. or in default forty-eight hours imprison ment. ULECEKT. this morning on a remanded case of stealing fowls from one John Cameron. The pro secutor produced one of the birds, which he pronounced his property ; he valued it at one pound. Charles Keys, who had previously testi fied, farther deposed that the accused had offered to sell him the bird now produced, on Monday night, the 21st instant. John Thomas, the puMican in Queen street, stated that the bird produced had been offered him for 3s by the prisoner. He offered him 2s for it which he refused to take. The bench being of opinion that the iden tity of the fowl was nut fully proved, d...
SOUTH [?] [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 29 March 1864
. : -? . «- m-.ru JUEBSDi majtarffegEaer. SlUhedin^eTjr. BiroU, is dated down to Wednesday. 23rd March ;— Monday, 21st instant, 7 p.m. The Government has decided to establish, a Custom-house at Echnca . Stnart, the exp'lorer, is going home in tho Indus. He iutends settling iu Scotland. Tlie captain of the Breadalbane, from SgAnpv rpnnrts bavins .exchanged signals. on Monday last, with a steamer off WiUou's Promontory. He believes her to be the same vessel that was recently seen off Capo The 'barque Rockland was spoken forty elpht miles from Kangaroo Island, and wishes to be reported. At Port Elliott, the Athol. for Melbourne. wittr wheat, Is a*otal wreck. The crew all '?'?: '^Tuesday, 22 instant, 7 p.m. : tt is reported 'that Government will de layQie 'meelmgbf Parliament as long as possible . . - - j - x * ? Mr.' Hyndpian, of Sydney, has been offered the poSticrn of ' Becoiid Tin* command in tbs »Wthtrnlexpn«itisnh . v- ? - ' . . JMr. Laroach, of MelbAume, who has just returned fro...
The North Australian. TUESDAY, MARCH 29, 1864. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 29 March 1864
%\t °§Mt§ giistraiiatt. TUESDAT, MARCH 29. 186*. Not infrequently when the proprietors of patent medicines fiud their qoactcery m. liHl«»r-l«.-fu.-tJ.« ^Mr.'^f|rr , ffigMti)... novek diBcern *. Mling off to ^Eib hjhiit ber of sabEcribers, tliey have Teoborseto that peculiar form of .advertifiement^ a paid-for paragraph. Thus Professor ITollovat distributee bis patronage and his puBs, condescending to write hie own eulogia oh the merits of ius: pills, And to inwy'11^ under the guise of ? an editorial -note his own-vivid ap preciation -of their miracles.' 'HuisMr. FnzGiBBON suggests, and dictates, add eopplies argument, and authority, and information, all tending to support his somewhat -faded pretenaons. Nor is this to be -wondered - at. ? Qnadkery of all kinds has a keen instinct in disco ver- ing its own Mquirements. -- There has been a pcet^r depent ring ing of changes on the ministerial bells of late, toaching this- gentlemari. FiiBtly, we have' a ..delicate disparage ment of Me....
VICTORIA. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 29 March 1864
VICTORIA. Melbourne telegrams in tlie S. II. Herald files to hand, per Clarence, are to the 23rd instant. Monday, 21st insL, 7 p.m. For the last three days the weather has been cold and threatening. Tuesday, 22ud inst, 7 p.m. — A cargo of sugars was offered by auction to-day, but withdrawn, there being no bidduuj. Teas were sold freely. Tobacco was offered for _j_ 1 ? i ? :ti.J3— *n-n Wlioat *nr1 flnitr am bUlCf UUb ?* svaivia sa ?» ?*? ?? »*???«? ?— — — ? unsteady. Tlie banks have raised tne rates of discount one per cent. The Anglesea cleared for London with 12.000 ozs. gold. Wednesday, 23rd inst., 7 p.m.— M'Cras. the wholesale book stealer, was committed for trial to-day. Bichard Woolley, for for gery, was remanded for eight days. The flour market is again unsettled by Adelaide news. Prices are nominally higher, but no sales have been effected. Weather dear and warm.
TELEGRAPHIC NEWS [THROUGH GREVILLE AND BIRD, REUTER'S AGENTS] SYDNEY, March 26 [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 29 March 1864
rrEX.E-3-S.AJE-HIO NEWS. [tuboogu g&evuxb and bibd, eecteb's AtJENTo] SYDKEY. March 26. It is highly probable that the Parliament will be prorogued in a fortnight hence. Wool is firmer in price. Tim bushranger Gardiner was brought op 'at the Police Court this morning. Much excitement has been created in Sydney by his capture, and an immense cunconrse of people congregated to look at him as be passed from the police van to the court. There was a rnmour abroad that a rescue wonld be attempted, but it appears without foundation. He was remanded for further evidence. The second match between the English Eleven and 22 of New Sooth Wales com menced this morniHg. The weather is fine but gloomy.* About 4000 spectators were on the ground. The Governor was in at tendance. The Kesr South Wales men went ia first, said were all out for their first innings for 102. Lawrence made the top score, 25 rnns. The Englishmen then went ia, and after scoring 2 the wickets tvere drawn, none of the E...
Shipping Intelligence ARRIVAL [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 29 March 1864
* § \foM Inttlligttitt. AKElViL. Much 26.— Clarence, steamer, 600 tons. Captain Miuman from Sydney the 24th Hard Passengers— Mrs. Cowlisbaw and servant. Mr. and Mrs. Flews, Miss linne laa, Messrs. Cameron, Bertram, G. Cow ' lishaw, and SI in the steerage. dzpaBtctbes. —Man* 26.— Yarra Yarra, steamer. 650 tons, Captain Outfield, for Maryborongn Passengers— Mr. Allport and several in the steerage. Starch 26.— Telegraph, steamer. TOO tons. .Captain Audley Coote. for Sydney. Pas aeneers— Mrs. Scott and family. Mr. and Mrs. J. Markwell, Mrs. M'Boberts, Mrs. Cousins, Mrs: Allison, Messrs. E. Wien holt, Wilkie. E. O. Moriarty. J. Mooney, T.Contta.B. B. Diion, N. C. Turner, S. Benjamin, H. Spiro, and auont 20 in the Bteerage. March 26.— Collaroy, steamer, £00 tons. Captain Cottier.' for Bockhamptou. Pas sengers— Mr. and Mrs. J. B. 6qoibb,Mre. Mann and' family, Mrs, Cartwrigbt. Miss Cartwright, Miss Kate Cartwright, Mrs. Maeleod, sen., Mrs. Mableod, jun_ and family (2), Miss E. Madeod. Mr. a...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 29 March 1864
HAIL STEAMER. QuEESEUXD SlEAM NAVIGATION Co. ?fih£&. rriHE mail steamer *^l0»3Ss^-l- QUEENSLAND, will JigSlisBi leave for MARYBOROUGH, *EHSHB GLADSTONE, and BOCK HAMPTON, on TUESDAY. March 23. JOHN STEPHENS, Secretary. Hctitcs NOTICE.— All Aecoonts Sae to us if not PaM or Settled by the 1st April next, -will lie placed in our Solicitor's lands for TBCOTCry. PAKTON & qj-, Nicholas-street, (Next domr to Mr. Given's.) Ipswich. J9th Feb.. IBM. ? TCTOTrCE.- MR. 8. BLOOM begs to in X\ fnrra thb population- of Ipswich and tiie surrounding districts that be has estab lished himself at premises in Brisbans strest corner of West-street, with a large ?tockof BOOTS & SHOES. English and Colonial, to suit ladies and eeuttetnen. Orders and repairs promptly attended to. ? TJEBSONS Having CUima' against the JT- ? : nndemgnea-are requested to famish - ; lj«wife^^»ti»sffi!»^T'rTT^ ATOTtCE TO ilABIKEB8T-s3»-ster»^lr JN Vesselsaracantioneaagainstat present using Freeman's Channel...
METEOROLOGICAL OBSERVATIONS. Taken at 9 a.m. (Per Electric Telegraph.) [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 29 March 1864
METEOBOLOGICAL OBSEBVATIONS. Taken at 9 a.m. (Per Electric Telegraph.) March 26.— Sydney, barometer (cor reeled), 30-269; thermometer (shade), 66;. force of wind, 3 ; cloud, 9. March 28. — Sydney, barometer (cor rected). 30-203 ; thermometer (shade£64-6 ; cloud, 6. WTKD AKD WSA.THEB. March 26, — Brisbane, fine and clear'; Lyt ton, S.K, fine; Ipswich, calm mid fine; Laidley, cabs and fine ; Toowoomba, calm and fine; Urayton. calm and fine ; Warwick, E.. cloudy; Dalby, calm aud fine; Sydney, S.S.W, cloady. ' Marco 48. — Brisbane, S., calm ; Lytton, S-, calm; Ipswich, calm and dull; Laid icy, calm and dnll ; Toowootnba, E. showery; Drayton. E^ showery ; Warwick. E., dull ; Dalby, calm.
Commercial Intelligence SYDNEY MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 29 March 1864
-ftmmntrrinl gnteUipuc. SYDNEY MABKBTS. . Fq.ee of the S. M. Herald to the 24th are to .hand per Clarence. . . . . ' ...The .commercial intelligence is very meagre. Messrs. Fptheringham and Hnllen offered by auction ihe cargo of Mauritius sugars, ex Isabella Bcown, but although the *ttendince; was .good, tbe .bids did not come op to the expecUJionB of the importers, and only ,eix tons were sold,, at' £42 per ton. :- Eight arrivals from. yariouB colonial ports as well as the arrival of the Singapore, from .Manilla, with 4845 bags of sugar, and -tbe Tchernaya, from Hongkong, with 246 pack ages of tea;- -'.''. ?*-,.?? ' '? Messrs. Mort and Co. held a sale of At. cattle »t Jthe .Victoria Yards; Petersham, tins fMon&tv) afternoon, from tbe berds of 3L Flooii, Bra. ~ One'hundred ana fifty-six head were sold in lilts' to suit pmxhaBtrS. ' Cows averaged from £2 19s. to £3 19s,«aeh ; and bnilocks»om£312s.to£414s.perheaa. - 1 Ur. Patrick O'Began received Mb qualifir catiou as alicenae...
NOTES AND NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 29 March 1864
KTOXJBS IA.OTD WTSWS.. The Government Gazette in its last issue, gives an excellent illustration of the public equity resulting from the privilege or abuse of the 'Squatter's Pre-emptive ' System. Close to the town of Warwick, and in the very heart of an agricultural region— so ad mirably adapted in fact for agricultural purposes, as to be called the 'Granary of the Colony,' and to have evoked not long since a public application to retain it as an Agricultural Reserve — the Government have lately disposed of 11,221 acres of rich arable land, to J. D. McLean, Esq., at the nomi Ml turn of £1 per acre. - Tliia embraces *»-?»??',* ?!!? IIP III ? ? fcpWJ I »» .-T!tjmn«PP^lHM i of land, of which one man is niado the sole lordly proprietor. Uow this may act for tbe population of the surrounding district is perhaps not difficult to foresee. In the laying out of new roads, for instance, an area of 17 miles will perhaps only involve a trifling sweep of some few miles out of a direct road, whi...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 31 March 1864
jniprig for gale, F-B SALE, and Immediate Delivery:— T« 150ft more or less, 2 year old Maiden Ewes Also, 300, more or less, head of Store Cattle, J mixed sexes, age, IS months and ± npwards. Apply to W H. t BROWNE, Auctioneer and Com- . mission Agent. Albert-street, War- J wick. ? in HE undersigned wilt make CASH AD- Jj VANCES on PBODUCB consigned to jj Uieir London Correspondents, Mesros. - Gellatly. Hantasy, and Sewell, LeadenhaU- b- Btr8eU MOMSON, BLACK, & SMITH. £ Brisbane, December. 1863. ? jj ADELAIDE FLOIJB.— For Sale by tlie pi undersigned, W. Duffield & Co.'s si superfine silk dressed flour. „__ ul ^IHQLISON. BLACK, & SMITH. So the Worshipful the Justices of the Peace, b acting in and for the District of Ips wich, in Queensland. T MICHAEL O'JUALLEY, now residing A, at Ipswich, ao hereby give notice that _ Uis my intention to apply »t the next An- T nual Licensing Meeting, or Special Petty Sessions, to be holden for drill district on the nineteendi da...
SOUTH AUSTRALIA [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 31 March 1864
— sotJTO AtrsraattA. Adelaide papers are to tbe 15Ui instant, being five days later than previous ad rices. We quote as follows from the Rtgitter :— That journal of the 13th says : — There were three applications for lots' of land ia the Northern Territory on Monday of 160 acres each lot, and one for 330 acres. De posits upon six single allotments were made at the Bank of Australasia. Tlie following is a statement of the transactions from the commencement tn the present time : — Dates. Applications. Deposits. Acres March 1 to 12 321 £90G0 72,480 „ li ? i 130 966 Totals.. 32S £9180 73,440 We have seen a very interesting letter from Mr. Hnrt, M.P., President of tbe Board of Trade, ^dressed to Mr. Hart, the Trea suier, on the subject of the Northern Ter ritory. Mr. Hott was one of the early South. Australian Commissioners, and is an old ana' sincere friend of the colony. He says : — It is a curious fact connected with the his tory of South Australia that the limits now assigned to the ...
METEOROLOGICAL OBSERVATIONS. Taken at 9 a.m. (Per Electric Telegraph.) [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 31 March 1864
METEOROLOGICAL OBSERVATIONS, Taken at 9 a.m. (Per Electric Telegraph.) March 29. — Sydney, thermometer (shade) 70-4 ; force of wind, 1 ; cloud, 1. March 30. — Brisbane, thermometer (shade), 69*8; force of wind, 2; cloud, 9. Sydney, barometer (corrected), 3O~0S2 ; ther mometer (shade) 70'4; force of wind, 2; cloud, 10. WKD AND WEATHER. March 29.— Brisbane, SJS.W., fine; Lyt Drayton. B.S.T5. fine; Warwick, B. dull; Dalby. E. fine. Starch 30. — Brisbane, S.S.1F., overcast, and cool; Lytton, W. strong; Ipswich, W.N.W., cloudy; Laidley, calm aud cloudy , Toowoomha, S.E., cloudy ; Drayton, S.W.. dull; Warwick. calm and raining; Dalby; W, fine; Sydney. N.W., cloudy.
VICTORIA. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 31 March 1864
VICTORIA. We have Melbourne papers to the 19th instant Adverting to the supposed appearance, the other day, of the Alabama, off our coast, ' the Argus of Saturday remarks : — There is room for doubt whether the steam-ship which lias been seen hovering off Cape Ot way for the last forty hours is a Confederate cruiser. It will be remembered that tlie latest telegram received from the Cape on Thursday evening represented the stranger as standing to Die south and west, under sail and steam. At noon yesterday she was again in sight, about twenty-three' miles to the westward of tiie Cape, and her smoke was visible at sunset last night, but at a greater distance. It was supposed that, not knowing the character of the Victoria (which was probably close under the land), the stranger might hare thought it prudent not to approach nearer the shore; but if tbo Victoria has not landed ner stores ana re turned to the Heads, the stranger (if a Confederate cruiser) will, no doubt, make herself bette...
1864. TIME TABLE, [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 31 March 1864
1864. TIME TABLE, Showing Daily Arrival and Despatch ol Inland Mails. ~i £~\ 17 | *^a ri \ij\i 4 5« I II S IS E*fl _!£ ? ill ' I. I! J | jj Is H- || i- II [I i I if & I I ill': -tig :!£ a ijii III Eiiifi \ i Ft w mi ? t'. I ii I j 5 £ I IS gig \S « Ana mall steamer to Kocthtm ttota every aUsmata TaesUy.