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THE SAVINGS' BANK. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 2 April 1864

TBE SAVINGS' BANK. By the kindness of Mr. Phelan. the man. aging Trustee of the Savings' Bank, we are enabled to publish the proceedings of that institution for tbe quarter just ended— the first quarter of IS64 ; together with a com parative statement of the like periods of the two preceding years. It is very gratifying to observe, that notwithstanding tbe falling on ot immigration, xne nnmDerot depositors in the Bank continue on the increases. This is decidedly tho best criterion of tho axtfai. ness oTthe establishment, tor the object to be -served fs not bo mnch the care of large In dividual deposits from the working classes as the promotion of habits of thrift on the part of targe numbers. We have on previous occasions expressed oor opinions on the management of tbe Bank, and every addi tional return confirms these opinions. The Bank is well and carefully conducted, and those doing business with its officials are ready to admit that they are the right men to advance tbe interests...

Publication Title: North Australian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
MELBOURNE. March 31. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 2 April 1864

MELBOURNE. Ilarch 31. In the case of Hancock and Sewell, th« fraudulent Directors of the Provident In stitute, whs had applied for a new trial, tiia former conviction has been sustained. April 1. Wheat ranges from Ss. 6d. to 8s. 9d. per bushel. Floor from JE24 to £21 10a. per ton.

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TELEGRAPHIC NEWS (THROUGH GREVILLE AND BIRD, REUTER'S AGENTS.] SYDNEY March 31 [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 2 April 1864

3?£S.BQ«AI-£CXG JSTBWS. [THRODQtt G&EVI&W aSD BIRD, BEUTB&'S AGENTS] SYDNEY. March 31. A numocr oi cattle steaiers and bosn nutgers, vlio bare recently infested (be Batliurst district, were captured yesterday. The Jenny Cox, schooner, was spoken on the 25th, off the Richmond Hirer. The President of the Legislative Council, T. A. Hurray, Esq., lias been thrown from bis coach and seriously injured. The motion introduced by Mr. Darrall in favour of an income tax lias been negatived by a large majority. Wool is unchanged. There is great competition for skins ; one lot of prime Northern brought 9}d. April I. Tbe Cricket Match, which it was intended should commence to-day, has been post poned in consequence of tbe weather. The Cricket-ground is a perfect swamp. J. E. Clarke, the bookseller, of George street, has pleaded guilty to the charge of forgery. He has been sentenced to four years* imprisonment.

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NOTES AND NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 2 April 1864

NOTES .A-Urii NEWS. 'Afteb a storm there comes a calm.' Since tbe flood the adage well applies to Brisbane, where the reaction is general in every department of business life. The sluggishness is universal — the demon of the ?storm is laid, and quiet 6ilence seem8 *o have settled over the face of all things. This is tbe natural result of the late floods. In the material world as in all things else, creiy excess is followed by a reactionary stagnation. We must expect a continuance of this quiet for a time at least. Thousands of people throughout tbe land have to repair damages which have been recently sustained, and to battle manfully in order to restore in proper working order, the me chanism of customary daily life. But let no man despair. These are tlie seasons which try men's souls. 'From out the sullen depths of ebon night, the stars shed light.' The brightest fortune is oft hid in the deadliest lair of fate. Fortitude to suffer and courage to relriere are the essen tials of hum...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 2 April 1864

DIED. At Belfast, Ireland, in December last, William Rollo MacPherson, late Lieutenant of the 21st North   British Fusiliers, eldest son of Colonel MacPherson, Staff Officer, Belfast, and nephew of Dr. MacPherson M.D., South Brisbane.

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CENTRAL POLICE COURT THURSDAY, MARCH 31st Before the Police Magistrate DRUNKENNESS. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 2 April 1864

CENTBAL POLICE COURT. TaueSDAr, MiBca 31st. Before tbe Police Magistrate BECNKBKSESS. Alexander Campbell, was 6nd 10s. for drunkenness. Maria Williams, wlio lias keen up repeatedly on a similar charge, was find 20s. IABCEKT. George Gordon, -was charged with steal ing * sheet from McAdams, Sovereign Hotel, in Qnecn-strcct. He was remanded »»ti! tbe following day, for the appearance of further evidence.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 5 April 1864

gpsttltatMras ^iteriismnds. ' TO MOTHERS OF FABttLIES.— SUM- HERFIELD'S CHILDRENS BIS CUITS. A most excellent nntridooB FOOD fbr Children. These Biscuits can be dis solved in hot inter or bot milk, and in two minutes ate read; for use. One trial will convince mothers of families of their adapt ability for family use. — Sole manufacturer, HJSnmmerSeld, 6pring Hollow.-Brisbane. Sold wholesale and retail at Is. -per 1b. Iiibcral allowances to the trade. Orders by letter or otherwise punctually attended to, and forwarded to all parts of me colony. These Biscuits cu be given with the greatest propriety to children from one month upwards. GBEAT CLEARING SALE. JPETTIGBEW & CO. are determined ? to give the inhabitants of Ipswich such an opportunity of buying goods at such -» considerable discount as they never before experienced. They will offer on and after WEDNESDAY. 3rd February, A large lot of 9* cambric prints (fast colors} at ri, worth 103, A large lot of 9-8 cambric prints at...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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TAROOM. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 5 April 1864

TABOOM. (FromaCnrreSDOudeutof the Burnett ArtmxA vn l uesaar, latli instant, the day ap pointed for the Nomination of a candidate for the Leichhardi district, in the place of the late esteemed member, C. J. BoydB, Esq., the flood iu tho Dawson Biver pre cluded the attendance of the returning officer, J. Scott. Esq.. of Falmtree Creek, which caused the election to be postponed sine die. On the afternoon of same day a public meeting, numerously attended, was held at the Tamoin Hotel, for the pnrpose of orga nising onr annual races. W. Long, Esg;., took the chair, and the following' arrange ments were unanimously agreed to: — That E. Miller, Esq , act as judge ; that J. Scott, Esq. ; W. Davidson. Esq. ; 6. 6. Golden, Esq.; E. LMomfield, £sq.; T. Bolton, Esq.; M. Heniiiges, Esq., MJ-.; E. J. Everct, Esq.; W. long, Esq, act as stewards. That Dr. Henniges act as hon. secretary and treasurer. That a subscription list be at once opened, and that the Gayodah, Bockhampton, and Condamine secre...

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1864. TIME TABLE [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 5 April 1864

1864. TIME TABLE, Showing Daily Arrival and Despatch of Inland Mails. i *r & i III i'HI I't Ijjj *J ilffflfeif'f pig^ft tU p. I fj-liii III I Um ISfiii Mite m naii \ iwa n» mm * i» -i »j u ii y a I il ig g I g IS * And nuil earner to Korlljern Ports crexy altenimte ToesUy.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 5 April 1864

TMPOUKDED at Goondiwindt. from 1 Goodahr, on the 16th Match, 1864, by order of J. E. Bobertson, Esq. One gray horse, saddle marked, B C over M D near shoulder. : If not released on or before the ISth April, 1861, will be sold to par expensssi HABBY 1). BaLMAIN.,

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 5 April 1864

THE NOC.TII AUSTRALIAN11 is a purely social and politicl orgu. It bdiercs In - great desUay lor tills naturally rich ana beautiful land ; and it ?l£O belieres Uiat nothing cmn contributn so powerfully to the speedy attainment or tliat destiny as nnion amongut all sectiuu and classes or its people. Tbii union is attaiuable only on one condition— Equality of uigbts. Tbe ' Kobtb Adstu uuf'vui,«iererore,as veil for the advancement of tbe colony, as because the principle is intrinrieally juat, advocate cq.ual CSril, Eeligiouf, and 1'oliUcal nights for.llcolonists,inespectire or every considera ion as to Creed or Country. It believes tbe Constitution or the colony when fairly interpreted, fully developed and allowed fret action, to be in its liberality tbe most suitable to oar condition that eonl* be derised. It will «m« oppom «n «lia- j~ SlUaai!! M-Vl«vt dueed by itx own adaptation and growth. It will condemn equally tiie ufforU or the indigeut lerdler of society who would bring all down...

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WEEKLY CALENDER [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 5 April 1864

tTCECLT CACEKDAU. Ann. IBM Sra SB!I t«!rt- High Water Ann, ism. m,,^ 8rTi 4ot im. B. H. II. *L D T. M. *L lt.lt Tuesday ? S 6 16 6 51 27 9 7 56 8 26 Wednesday- 66 16 5 50 28 8 8 51 9 35 Thursday —701' 6 «S O610O 030 Friday ? 8 6 17 6 *7 IS 10 48 II IS Saturday ? 9 8 18 5 « 2 5 ,1140 10 6 Sunday ? 10 6 18 6 45 3 5 10 32 O 56 Monday ? 11 919 5« 4 5 ( 1 20 144

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PROVINCIAL NEWS. TOOWOOMBA [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 5 April 1864

PROVINCIAL NEWS. T00W00UBA. The snbj'jined items of Darling Downs news are taken from the local papers.-— The Late Captain Witbaji. — We observe that the body of this nnfortnnate gentleman has been recovered. Subscription lists have been opened in town for the benefit of his vidowand family; and as during Captain \Vitham e residence in this town, a period extending over some years, he was a liberal and energetic supporter of all public move ments, we trust uiat the appeal will not be made in vain. In referring last week to the race meeting held at the Uoyal Hotel, forthe pnrpose of sleeting office bearers for the Darling Duwas races, we, by mistake, said that it was re solved to request Mr. J. C. White to act as starter and clerk of the course— we find that Mr. J. Little is to act in the latter «a» parity. A correspondent writes as that the Clifton dam and waslipocl and a quantity of fencing had been washed away. At Talgai, much damage to fencing, &c.. had been done, and, at...

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POLICE COURT Before Messrs. Leith Hay and C. Gorry,Esqs, Justices of the Peace NEGLECT OF PAYMENT OF WAGES [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 5 April 1864

POHCE COOfiT. Before Messrs. Leitb Hay and C. Gorry, Esqs., Justices of the Peace. NEGLECT OF ritHKKT OF WAGES. Glennon v. J. C. Thompson. — This was i- summons case for wages. Sir, Batho appeared for the plaintiff. It appeared the defendant, Mr. J. C. Thompson, surveyor, hired the plaintin* on the 30th of last November as a l.ibouer, at the rate of £15 per annum with rations, after remain ing in bis employ for tbe time agreed npon. seventeen weeks, tbe plaintiff received £1 18s 6d on account, be had sued the defendant fortheremainder£lS 18s 6d, being the amonnt after the above rate. The only defence was that tbe plaintiff Imd not earned out s verbal promise to do certain work after (he expiration of the writteu agreement. A verdict was given for £11 5s and costs. William Ryan v. Thompson. — This was a similar suit to the above. Mr. Batho ap peared for the plaiutiff. Verdict for tbe plaintiff, £11 5s. and costs. ASSAULT. Ellen Hayes was charged with assaulting Joseph Young. Mr. Batl...

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The North Australian. TUESDAY, APRIL 5, 1864. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 5 April 1864

TUESDAY, APRIL 5..1864. The comments made upon a burlesque, which some time since appeared in this journal, entitled ' A Myeterie,' have indnced tfae author to defend not only the tone bat the principle of his contri bution. He repudiates the charges of want of respect for dignities, and want of gallantry ; and asserts seriously and at length, the duty of (he public writer to expose vice or error, in whatever position he may discover it. The de fence deals 60 fully with the duty of the public writer, in chosing the most effectual means of assailing wrong!! or abuses, that it would be unjust to refuse it the prominence which a question of euch a character chums. We therefore leave the writer to answer for him self! Tfae writer who has resolved to assail wrong — in whatever form it may assume and in whatever grade in so-' cietv it may appear — should ever have before him the &ble of ' The Old Man and his Abb j' and be assured that bis chance of approval in such a pursuit is eq...

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IPSWICH. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 5 April 1864

IPSWICH. (Ffiolt GUI! nffS CunCEaTOS'DENT.) I am sorry to note the absence of our worthy Police Magistrate from the Bench,— a re currence of liis late ailment is, I understand, the cause. It is the general, and, I think I maj' add the universal opinion, that it wonld be hut a graceful recognition of the services wliieh the public have received, to vote in the coming session a full retiring pension to the gallant veteran. In so doing the pnblic i iuterest would, I conceive, in no way suffer, j as fortunately I have good reason to know j from what fcli from the solicitors at the I late Revision Court, tli.it there is amongst i us a magistrate in vigorous health, of cor.- j siderable legal acumen, and nf n firm and impartial natnre, upon trhom the man lie at present trorn might j most worthily descend to the i entire satisfaction of the legal profession aud the public. I, of course, allude to the ? chairman of the late Revision Court, upon ! whom high enlogiumg neie passed by all i the...

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Shipping Intelligence ARRIVALS [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 5 April 1864

SkWty lnfeUijftntt» AWCTV&T.&- Apsn, 3. — Helvetia, German barque, 505 tons. Captain WIetinj*, from Melbonme March 2t 6. Baffw-a Co, agents. April 3. — Couaroy.steamer, 500 tons.Cap tain Cottier, from Bockhampton via Maryr tiorongh. Passengers — Miss Kellett, Mr. ana Mrs. Morton, Messrs. A. H. Lambton, J. B. W. William. T. A- Dibbs. A. Eiles. A. T. Little, 8. Laird, Dobson, Sherwood, A. BJoomfieU, H. Biggs. H, Hood, 8. Tidal. Kellett, L Kellett, L. W. Scott, Captain Griffiths, Bev. C. Mnrley; and 63 in the steerage. H. O'BeOly, agent. April 3.— Telegraph, steamer, 700 tons. Captain Andley Cootie, from Sydney March 30. Passengers — Mr. and Mrs. MulhoUand, Hiss Carter, Miss Arabia, Messrs. Aldis, Sheehaa, Laidley, Clark, Bow, Mayne, H'Intosh. Finlay: and 46 in the steerage. H-O-BeHIy, agent. ^ April a— Helvetia, barque, 435 tons. Captain Wietimr. from Melbonrne Passengers : Mrs. Bedford, Messrs. M, Daly, T. P. Fenner, E. M. Angel, and 10 in the steerage. Apnl 4.— Wave ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 5 April 1864

mail steamer. Qokbhelamd Steam Navigations Co. «££«£&. rnHE MAIL STEAMER «K$9k33S~ i- QUEENSLAND. Will ™TJftaBV- leave for MARYBOROUGH, «rrawri»«M GLADSTONE, and ROCK HAMPTON, on TUESDAY, April 12, JOHK STEPHENS. Secretary. ffftitts- ~~~ NOTICE.— All Accounts dae to us if not Paid or Settled by the 1st April next, ?will be placed in our Solicitor's hands for recovery. PANTON & CO.. Nicholas-street, (Next do»r to Mr. Given's.) Ipswich. 19a Feb., 186t. ? NOTICE.— BIR. S. BLOOM hefts to in form the population o f Ipewicli and the «in-oonaint; districts that he him estab lished himself at premises in Brisbuni strent, coiner of West-street, with a large stock of BOOTS & SHOES. English and Colonial, to snit ladies and gentlemen. Orders and repairs promptly I , attended to. ? I , PERSONS having Claims against the I undersigned are .requested to furnish 1 them at once. 1 i ? J. MURPHY. I , . . Ben -street. '- H , .Ipswich. 14th March. 186*. ? i - J, MM Portmaster. t ...

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METEOROLOGICAL OBSERVATIONS.) Taken at 9 a.m. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 5 April 1864

METEOROLOGICAL OBBEBVATIONS. Taken nt 9 ? m «^Sl«^Bri?bane' »*«-'»eter fcor rectedj 29-610; thermometer {shade) 706 force of wind. 1; cloud, 2. -«wi?o «~Btisbano- b»«'n8ter (corrected) wind.9i:aeird:6r'er(sliade)-7i'2: forceof a i /Pe,£ Elecbio Telegraph.) «mwSTirSydlley' b»ron-«tor (correctedjf wTudTio^rdTr (8bade)-7i-3: foreJ WIND AKD WEATHEB. April 2. — Brisbane, S.S.W.. fine and «.Apr? *r~ Br!so«ne, S. by Wi. fine and calm and fine; Laidley, SJE. showerv WW°Fb£ ^ *,»«, D«£^B-.do^:

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COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 5 April 1864

temerriai Intelligence. The following is a statement of all sums paid into the Treasury, by the Collector o Customs, at Brisbane, to the 31st March- 1864, inclusive : — Brandy, 7291 gallons .. ..£3647 1 7 Gin, 3169 gallons .. .. 1584 17 7 Liqueurs, Cordials, or Strong Waters, 57 gallons .. 28 17 4 Whisky, 647 gallons .. .. 226 13 8 Bom. 10128 gallons .. .. 3545 0 S Perfumed spirits, 107 gallons 37 14 4 All other Spirits, 306 gallons 107 2 5 Wine, 9116 gallons „ .. 91113^4 Ale, Porter, and Beer (in wood), 49.332 gallons .. 205 11 0 Ale. Porter, and Beer (in botties), 19830 gallons .. 165 5 1 Tobacco. 17.184 lbs. 12 oz. .. 1718 9 0 Snuff. 38 lbs. 4 oz. .. .. 3 16 6 Cigars. 2733Ibs.2oz ? 409 19 7 Opium, 48 lbs. 16 oz. _ .. 24 7 6 Tea, 105,010 lbs ? 1318 0 0 Coffee and Chicory, 26983 lbs. 224 17 2 Sugar, refined, 290 cwt 2qrs2Ilb» ? 96 18 1 Sugar, unrefined, 6209 cwt, 1 qr.61bs. ? 1553 7 10 Molasses. 144 ewt 1 qrs 5 lbs 24 1 2 Bonded Warehouse Doty .. 148 © © Pilotage ? 308 16 0 Total ....

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