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NEW ZEALAND. (VIA MELBOURNE.) [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 1 October 1863

NEW ZEALAND. (Via Melboubve.) News has Iiccn received from Otago by tbe Aldinga and Omco tip to the lbtli. The weather was more settled. There was an improvement in the quan tity of gold brought in by escort ; that fur tbe last fortnight being 22,700 07.S. Seven hundred immigrants arrived by the Balph Aburcroniliio from London, and the Mantama from Glasgow. A Ministerial crisis had occurred : the Cargill Administration having resigned. A new Ministry is formed, with Mr. T. Dick, as Provincial Chief Secretary ; and Mr. J. L. Gilles, Treasurer. The Highland I-assie, of Newcastle, was wrecked in New Uivcr, and all hands saved. Mr. Valpy, of the Bank of New South Wales, was stuck up between Waipori ami Tuapeka by four armed men in disguise. He was robbed of £40.

Publication Title: North Australian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
NOTES AND NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 1 October 1863

NOTES JkXXD XTEVinS. Tbstebdat. Mr. JohaSdDivan, Wvcombe street. Spring Hill, ?jfttaa' at the Folios Court for a license for a house to be known aa the ' Queen's Anna.' 13ie P0U00 Magis- trate pointed out to Mr. Sntt van that be was somewhat forinnata in tha matter? nn the previous day, which had been set apart for tbe granting of licenses, bis (Mr.SnlU van's) name had bean called, to which, bow ever, there was no response, and eoaaa quently tbe application had lapsed. Mr. Sullivan said that be had been mlsinformm! upon tin subject, aid by an Individual whom he thought better informed than himsalf: fa. hud understood that the licence day was next Tuesday. Tbe Police Magistrate said it was fortunate that 00 tin previous day court had only adjourned to its present sit ting, so that the license coald be then granted; but the Chief Constable having stated that the house, although fit and pro per in svery other respect, was not finished, tbe licence wonld be granted conditionally ; and d...

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ADELAIDE. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 1 October 1863

ADELAIDE. The Bishop ef New Zealand writes to the Bishop of South Australia in a desponding tone on the influence of the war on native Christians, and says they condemn the English soldiers for Sabbath-breaking. The actual revenue exceeds the estimated revenue Fur the year ending 31st June, 1863, *y£2*,38fc - ?: ' A nriie-fight for £100 was to have Come off on the «8rd, bnt the police succeeded in nreventine iU* Mr. HArgreavesiB«*pected here shortly. The brokers in London will not tender for Town Hail bonds. In consequence of tbe death of Captain Bankine'e wife, the English and South Aus tralian Eifle Match is postponed. The Omagh has arrived from Batavia with a cargo of rice and tea, also two Sew tttuoes crowned pigeons for tfae Victorian Acclimatisation Society. ' The name* of several Melbourne persons are published as having applied ifcr land in tfae Northern conntry^includuig Messrs. j. B. BorstilL E. Madaino, aud Ronald W. Smith. A bill is to be introduced on Friday or Tuesday ...

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COMMERCIAL [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 1 October 1863

1 . -Tr^ 1'. J .', . iOOXf&CBEtaXAXa . - * EBssHM«Mif'a'Xh0BT0 jn 'WaRFjT OttBlawttDII iO I ^*i-^^^B*]»3Ba«4 -kWlim J &ujV'J ? * JWuliUI JKaVatasaCtlaV afsf OeirfsMsuBttafterabeBriiig. ^yA5« .- iaa1Nlw1itiwllliiiaiilii«1llls1s!iii'siMMni»ia.riiiiil i [MtvTltt **«*&-*-***-*** i«rcbasers. -'fltsfie :Matfl»r^I navn no salea to nport. ''^BBV0?VBJBS]l*'BHpr«lOBS ID AH .nwfull rlfSOT ? ??- fj«ii'ina1«iii1 are, for maiden «wc*.16«. -.;«? Wa.^ *»eding-wes. 13s, to lta.

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MELBOURNE. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 1 October 1863

MELBOtJBNE. In the appeal case of Flower v. William Butledge's estate, the Court in banco have granted an appeal to the Privy Council as to the proof of debt disallowed by Mr. Jnstice Molesworth. Mew fruit from the Cape, ex Hero, was offered by auction, and only 300 boxes loose raisins sold, at 7id. per Ib., duty paid. The Southern Ocean, which sailed on Saturday for Callao, put back last night, in consequence of the death of Captain Davy, who fell off the poop on tn the main deck dnring an altcrcatiou with thu second mate. At the inquest on the body of the Captain of the Southern Ocean, the verdict of the jury was, that the deceased James Davy, master of the sbip Southern Ocean, was ac cidentally killed by a fall off the deck house on to the main deck whilst in a state of intoxication. The Champion of the Seas arrived at tbe Heads, having made tbe passage in seventy six days. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Kean are passengers by her. The first load of clip wool has arrived from Ecbnca. A nug...

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SHIPPING. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 1 October 1863

eoscxFjpxxra. Abbttals. September 29. — Urara, steamer, 600 tons, Cqtau Wiseman, from Sydney the 25th instant. Passengers — Mrs. Little, Mrs. Kell/. Mrs. J. G/Cribb. Mrs. Cribfa. frnuly (8), and servant, Mr. and Mrs. 3. Foote, Mr. and Mrs. J. Connor. Mr. and Mrs. W. 3. Manea. Messrs. W. Smith. W. Sontner don.W. Potto, Grant, VijKlles. Wilson. WoodrnT Kmnmerer, Gloeaford; -T. Berk man. E. B. Southerden. Edwards, Feather .. stonhaugh, and It in the steerage. *' September 29. — Qneen. steamer. 300 tons. Captain H. B. Francis, from Melbourne via Mnr Passengers — Captain and Kn. Kind. Mr. King, and 11 in the steerage. Bright Brothers, agents. September 28.— Saldanha. Black BtU ?hip. 1662 tons. OapUin Dawson, from KeppelBay. Bright Brothers, agents. DKPABTUBES. Beptember 29.— Wolverine, brig. S07 tons. Captain Matthews, for Adelaide. No passengers. Beptember 29. — Queensland, steamer. 500 tons. Captain Cnrphy, for the Northern Ports. Passengers— Her. W. Colley, Mrs. Colter, and family; Mr...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 1 October 1863

fPHE NORTB AUSTRALIAN is pub JL Uahed on Tuesday, Tbubsday, mod BvrwBMjr moniiiigi, and* forwarded to, ?worf.if!MnrwTWMIl»*»WWJSni!Bv:-i( -tc.u v ' f V?- *»-,:? e;a izitaFOFTOIBOOtnrT. ? ? j | -*««$?«?¥?*»« &»rtio3». ]£*?. -JO 9«eat. J.« «J«I tA Una ™»uxl tf.-.».,,i» -* .:«?']'? ? r«* HSe in&W'iUt 'ASveHissnieal; *-r- £t| * 1 -i KfWfttd Tll« tl XT 'I iS?7^1'' Mi!.-' ! i» j t:5» -jn^i-Bji-a ii ?: s'^oet Office V Mr.- Hinds. Jj ft t ,-' -'i ?'? .-; afrftrtrimt «trrntiir«Trtmifir In .Bjusuakk — -^Mr. Walt,' Bookseller t!TTr'-:r,t '- ' !Qbe«W*treet, and Mt SI -«? » .-i ?-'? ^3offSyj Spring HUl. i -*«**«:;... Mf.M-Etot. 1 trTlpoSfOWM. Hfc. WcnuerTy, chemist; ana 22 -DaiM ;.....-.. Mr. Eastsngbfie. J( ?H»t»b»a ..-.MrXknmolly. . ? . Tl , JlAieBOEOnoB,Mr.J..H:Bobexton- ; T. **^0»nttIa;ri!Hr! E. O'ConneB. !. *Br»wmt,'N«w|Ml. yf H. Brown. ', Sjdbit7'.-*.. ..Mr. Arthur Cubitk. Brisge' . ' WiArtBJssii.^MeBBrs.eorfoD *nS Gold,, r» w:)6ii p-T.-Mii .O-niiis*tre4tWest.' ? ! , * tJiW...

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WIND AND WEATHER. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 1 October 1863

WIND AND WEATHER. Brisbane, calm, tine; Lytton, W., fine; Ipswich, W., fine ; Laidley, calm and fine : Toowoonibs. calm and fine ; Drayton, S., fine: Warwick, calm and fine; Sydney, W.N.W., fine. WemiESDa-r. Septehbm 30. Cloud, 1 ; force of wind, 2; weather, fine.

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METEROLOGICAL OBSERVATIONS. TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 29, 1863. Taken at 9 a.m. (Per Electric Telegraph.) [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 1 October 1863

? ? ? ? METEOROLOG1 AL OBSERVATIONS. TOESOAT, S TEMBBB 29, 1S63. Taki at 9 ajn. » (Per El« ic.Teleeraph.) Baaometer, cor cted, Sydney, 29 935; thermometer (sha e), 45-3; force of wind, 1; cloud. 1. Wbdnesda , Seite»ip.eb'30. Barometer corrected, 20*086; thermome ter, 609 ; direction sf wind, S.S.W.

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COLIONIAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 1 October 1863

COLONIAL 3SIEVWS. Bv the Urara, from Svduey, we have files inclusive of the 20th* ultimo, from thu Sydney journals we extract the subjoined towns or Oolonlsl TCalegnpUo ' *DtoHI gence -.— NEW SOUTH WALES. William Hickliug, lately in the employ or Messrs. Babone, Feez, and Co., of Sydney, against whom a warrant was issued in Syd ney for embezzlement, was apprehended at Kyamba. Hickling assumed the name of Roberts while passing through Yass. and swindled several publicans and a store keeper. . A fire occurred at Keedsd.tle on Friday night, caused by an incendiary. Mr. F. .Smith, storekeeper, Newcastle, while returning from Wallsend on the after noon of the 24th, was throwu from his horse, causing concussion of the brain. He died the next day at noon, and was insensible to the last. This sad occurrence has thrown quite a gloom over the town. A telegram to the following effect has been received in town. It appears that three mounted troopers were ont on duty, when they stopped for a tim...

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WONDERFUL ABSTINENCE FROM FOOD. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 1 October 1863

WOKDEBFOt ABSTINENCE FROM FOOD. A vebv remarkable case of abstinence from food has just been brought under our notice. An inmate of her Majesty's Gaol, Brisbane, named James Conohae, has, during forty days totally abstained from food. It appears that on the morning of the 16th August last he proceeded, in company with other pri soners, tn the scene of labor in the Queen's Park. The man worked very beartiy till one o'clock, that being dinner time. The usual allowance of food was gi#entoeacb person, but on Donohne * allowance being presented to him, be declined to accept it, which rejection was reported by the turnkey in charge immediately on bis return to the gaol Ibe same evening. When tea time ar rived Donohue again declined, and be thus rejected bis food for three days in succession . Meantime he was not allowed tu leave the precincts of the gaol. The caw wag then re ported to the visiting surgeon, who imme diately examined the man, and pronounced the faculties to be in a healthy ...

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EAST MORETON ELECTION. DECLARATION OF THE POLL. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 1 October 1863

: ? EAST MOBBTON ELECTION. IIboxabjusob'of nncfftaLi* - * Ob Tnesday. at noon, according to an Dounoement, the Betnrning OfiBeer, C. W. BUkener. Bsq^ M.L. A^ made «n official decbuattonoftfaepoU from tbe bnsfings. Tbeanditory was very ?paree, and tho whole affair very flat and commoo place.;- Four oanaidatesBpoke; Mr. J. Gore Jones was tn ? j.. f * Vt nUjmiilm fUflU: Wf JHHT1 liaillyMfo. . ? : . w The SBXOBNING OFFICEB declared the ctato of Ibe foil to be :— Edmonstoae .» ?- ? 1S1 Oribb .... ..i. : .. , .. 132 Brookes „ .. .. .. ... 131 Jones ? 91. 'WJiriy:; .-.'..;,?: ?;.. ..: :?-,.. '.. «,. Messrs. Edmonatone and Cribb were cop sequentiy declared duly ekoted for tfae Electorate of East Uoretoo. Mr. EDMONDSTONE thanked the elec tors for the handsome manner in which they had continued their confidence towards him. That rennwed confidence would act as a spur to him to exert himself to tbe fullest extent of his abilities on their behalf. He again thanked them for the high honour they ...

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WATER POLICE COURT. TUESDAY, SEPT. 29, 1853. BEFORE the Water Police Magistrate. BROACHING CARGO. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 1 October 1863

WATER POLICE COUBT. Tobsdat. Sept. 29. 1653. Banns the Water Poliee Magistrate. BB0ACHD-O CABGO. Peter Selond, a seaman belonging to the ?hip Wintertbur, was charged with broach ing cargo, having been found with a bottle of whiskey which bad been' abstracted from the hold of the vessel. Tbe prisoner pleaded guilty, but pleaded in extenuation that be had tumbled over the bottle in the bold, and that lie had not broken open a case to abstract it. One The defendant was again : charged with having refused to obey orders. , Flea,fuilry. ' One mopUi !n,g«ol. . ,'' 'r „ / '.'. .' '_;... ,

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ACCLIMATISATION SOCIETY. j [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 1 October 1863

ACCLIMATISATION SOCIETY. Toe Council of this Society held a special meeting on Monday last. There were j-re- sunt the Hon. Colonel O'Connell. the Presi dent, and Messrs. Bramston, Coxen, Stephens, Douglass, and the bon. Secretary. Mr. 1-. A. Bernays. It was determined that tenders be called for the removal of the dead stumps and dead standing timber on the re serve at York's Hollow, and it was recom mended that tbe work should be commenced without delay. Mr. Bernays informed the Council that along with Mr. W. Hill ho bad visited tbe reserve, when Mr. Hill marked out tbe ground to be used by tbe three brick makers working there by permission. The men had agreed to abide by tbe boundaries 6xed, and to slope the banks of the paddocks they sank so as to make them serviceable for reservoirs. A letter was read from the Secretary of the Victorian Society asking for some Queensland seeds for Hie purpose of being forwarded ±° India. Mr. Bernays believed th*l himself and other members of the ...

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THE SAVINGS' BANE. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 1 October 1863

THE SAVINGS' BANK. We have been kindly supplied by B. F. Pbelan, Esq. tbe managing trustee, with the subjoined interesting and highly satisfactory statistics of the above institution. The document speaks for itself, and fully es tablishes the utility and importance of pro viding a means by which the humbler classes of society may be induced to lay aside a portion of their incomes, either with a view to the ultimate improvement of their social condition, or to provide for sickness, accident, or old age. The increase in the number of (he depositors and tbe number of deposits during tbe expired portion of tbe year 1863 over the comparative period of 1862, although very Urge, is only a con tinuation of the success that has attendee irajCviuea attention to its aBaf™?1'1'™ The total amount of deposits since the establishment of tbe Bank has been £70,105 17s. 10d., lodged by 4,382 depositors. The number of depositors, dnring the first three quarters of 1862, was 1,083; and for the like per...

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CENTRAL POLICE COURT TUESDAY, 29TH SEPTEMBER, 1863. Before the Police Magistrate, R. Cribb, and J. D. Webb, Esqrs., J.P.'s ASSAULT [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 1 October 1863

CBNTBAL POLICE COUBT. Tobsdat, 29th Septbmbeb, 1863. Before the Police Magistrate. B. Cribb, and J. D. Webb/Esqi*. J.P.s. ASSAULT. JatneB Manton. a member of the Police force, was charged with having assaulted Thomas Newell on the 21st instant Mr. Doyle appeared for the defendant. The Bench, having lopked over tbe infor mation, found that it was not signed by a magistrate, and thereupon dismissed the case. HOBEE ASTBAT. Thomas Crawley pleaded guilty to allow ing a horse to stray in tbe pnblic streets. Fined Ss. sod 3s. 6d. costs. OBETBDCTIKO FOOTPATH. John Wilson pleaded guilty to having allowed his bone to obstruct the footpatb. Fined costs of Court, 3s. 6d. Michael McCormack, allowing cow and oalftostrsyin the public streets. FinedSs.Gd' and costs of Court. Thomas Hopkins, allowing bull to stray. Fined 3s. 6d. rsKFAse. B. 8. Warry v. Ttmnaa By« ? Trespass JOB. ana cautioned. AESACLT. Haloney v. Watburton, — The case was dismissed, the detendsnt having merely turned complainant off...

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SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 1 October 1863

[?] Tswaaliaal ? isTiililn m ? doing inonr ,. toeifcsbl 4mng the week, bot pnoesateno -Keller. Tbesnncipalwleaataactumbave ?' f s^Bsttisi Mtitsgofl ^elifcj wfaoh . liaye jbrpagbt aimili«ii—.1i»l tint oamratlw taken as a ,; ' ifctaat ef «*e taaiiet iBinceour .monthly _SS2r^iO^n7n!alJ»l i&?« an3l)o. belda jam sale of groceries and cilani'««tc«ea, wfaenflie awpmentofteas, t ex Anglo-Indian was offered, and a large portion disposed of at the following prices : For Congou, in chests, £7 : in half chests, £3 12s 63; and boxes, 26s. Several invoices of Morton's, Hill and ledger's, and Comp ton's were quitted at satisfactory prices. The following are a few of the principal quotations:— Eleme raisins, 5 Jd; currants, 4Jd ; chesme raisins, SA ; figs, 5Fd ; musca tels, lOd; red herrings in tins, 2s lOd per dozen; bottled fruits, 12s; 1 1b. salmon, 16H; 2 Ib. salmons. 16}d ; candied peel, l«i oatmeal. fiOs per barrel j split_peas, 8s 6d per bushel ; 1 Ib. jams, lls 6d perdoien; ling fis...

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WEDNESDAY, 30THE SEPTEMBER 1863 Boron the Police Magistrate. DRUNK. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 1 October 1863

Wsdsbsdat. 30th Settbkbeb. 1863. BeroBE the Police Magistrate. OSCBK. Alice Bheeban was charged with this offence and fined Ss\, or 21 hours imprison ment. STEALING FKOM THE rXBSON. William Campbell was charged with hav ing robbed one Francis CaUaghan of seven teen nonndj. Constable John Moore : from information received from Francis Callaghan. of South Brisbane, that be had been rubbed of £17 by the prisoner. I apprehended prisoner ; be -was chewing something ; I asked what it vu, and he said tobacco; told him to show it, he delayed, when I seized him by the throat and made him spit* out a one pound noie^No. B 16408. of tbe Union Sank; and one. No. 6650 of the Joint Stock Bank. Dpon tbe application of the Chief Con Stable prisoner stood remanded until this XQonriog ten o'clock. Bonds having been entered into by par ties who obtained publicans' licenses the previons day. the court then closed.

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LICENSING MEETING. Before the Police Magistrate. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 1 October 1863

UCEKStSO SttETINO. Before the-Police Magistrate. James sitzosborne applied for a license fora house in Leicbhardt-street, Spring Hill, to be known as tbe Globe Hotel. The Chief Constable said the bouse did sot contain sufficient accomniodatioE, in dependently of which the applicant had offered him £10 as a bribe to pass the house. Aonlication refused and tbe Police Magis trate thanked He. Lewis for bringing the matter forward publicly. Thomas Kennedy applied for a license far a house, in Boundary-street, (Spring Hol low, to be called Kennedy's Hotel. Granted. - John Sullivan — no appearance— apjJica- ?tiooUpged. . Gh»rle«Cammin,bo«soin-}eorgo'*-streot to ' be known ' as the British Empire. ' Granted. ? - nAssrcB. ferom Ames Power to James Foley O'Neill, transfer of the Foresters' Arms, Fortitude Valley.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 3 October 1863

. - JflaaltoMms gteettctnunts. 'OATENT .WINDOW BUKD MANU Jr paoioet; queenstbeet . '{Opposite to Messrs. Raff's Wharf Brisbane. . JOHN TBACEY, PEOPBIETOE. (Con doctor of Business, ana Succesor to the late Mr. James Barren and Mr. R. Telford. of Jjondon.Bircningnam and Dublin.pateotees.) becstoftate that he is now prepared to re , : ceinjOfiDEBS for WINDOW BLINDS of ; every ^ascription, viz.: — Louvre Shutters, Sir ontside of windows, to fold or slide; Green Venetian Shades, for inside or o«t n3e, to draw op and down ; Patent Spring or Common Boiler Holland Blindt ; Spring Boiler Tieken Blinds, for shop fronts, veran dahs, *c; Perforated Zinc and Ganjce Win, for office, parlor, or sitting-room windows. Also, Graze Wive, mosquito proof, inserted in frames, to fill the opens of windows, .doors, &c ; French Casements and Joinery, executed on a superior principle. OHEBP WASHING MACHINES.— O BDKJHAM'S WELL-KNOWN FAT TBBN.— Parties wishing to be supplied { this year in May, June, o...

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