ELEPHIND.COM search the world's historical newspaper archives
From:  To: 
click here to view elephind tips
Elephind Tips
To find items containing all the words:
John Quincy Adams
Simply type the words:
John Quincy Adams
To find items containing the exact phrase:
John Quincy Adams
Put the phrase in quotes:
"John Quincy Adams"
To find either of the words:
president, congressman
Type OR between the words:
president OR congressman
For more tips take a look at the search tips page.
bubble pointer to elephind tips
click here to subscribe our mailing list
Search limited to
Clear all
Title: North Australian, The Delete search filter
Elephind.com contains 5,314 items from North Australian, The, samples of which are listed below. All items from this newspaper title are freely available and can be searched from the search box above. You may also search the entire collection of 2,949 newspaper titles in Elephind.com.
5,314 results
MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 5 April 1864

MUNICIPAL CO0ITCIL. The Council, having omitted meeting for n week, owing to Easter Monday being ob served as a pnblic holiday, held their meet ing yesterday afternoon at the Council Chambers. The following members were present:— His Worship the Mayor, Alderman Hack ings. Martin. Brookes. Edmondstone. Stayne, Fctrie, and Stephens. Tbe minutes of the last meeting were read and approved. COBRESPOXDESCE. A. letter was read fr.im the Town Clerk to Messrs. Elliby and Stanmore, acceptinp; tlieir tender lor the assessment nf North Brisbane. To Messrs. Warren and Moreton, ncceptiug tender for assessing Fortitude Valley ; and a letter to Messrs. Dnnivan aud Dengan for assessing South Brisbane. A letter from the Mayor to the Colonial Secretary asking that new cemeteries be opened fur the barialof the dead. A letter from the Mayor to tbe Minister of Lauds and Works, applying for section 31. nf North Brisbane, for the purpose of a marketplace. A letter to the Engineer of Roads, calling his atte...

Publication Title: North Australian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
CENSUS FOR 1864. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 5 April 1864

CENSUS FOB 1664. Is time and with patience we shall be able to lay before oar leaders such features of the Census as are of general interest. That is, if we are content to wait for then until we can quote them.from our contem poraries. We say so for the following reasons. When the Queensland' Timet gav« the popriation according to the Census in electorates, ire made -applica-an to the head of the department, and to the gen tleman conducting die compilations fur any information that could lie furnished. We were then informed that nothing wonld be ready for publication before , the end of a neck. Within three days fromihe time of our application, the Courier published the appended tables of the Educational and Social Condition of the ponnlation. Seeing this, we again applied— in the hope of hav ing something original— for the national ana fonomiMlSonal classification of the population, which was the next most in teresting particnlan. Bat here *gai& we tmilea; being informed th...

Publication Title: North Australian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
MONDAY, APRIL 4, 1864 BEFORE the Police Magistrate DRUNKENNESS DBCKKEKKESS. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 5 April 1864

MViRDAT. Area, *. 166*. Bkfobe the Police Magistrate. DECNKEKNEBS. John Burton was fined 20s., or twenty four hours* imprisonment. Francis Hayes, charged with being drank and teariDg the constable'* uniform, was on the first charge fined 40a., or foity-eigbt hours; and on tho second, 40s, or seven davs' imnrisnnmenr William Oldfield, drank, was fined 10s. James Collins, drank and disorderly, was sentenced to seven days on bread and water. Samuel Buckley, drank and disorderly, fined 20s, or twenty-four hours' imprison, ment. BEBACH OF BtBCtPVOIB. Catherine M'Fce, an inmate of the Bene volent Asylum, was fined 10s. for s- breach or discipline. » VAGBANCY. Thomas Lowe and Henry Owens were separately charged with vagrancy, and were each committed for one month. Margaret Wilmot, a forlorn character, was imprisoned for one month.

Publication Title: North Australian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
CENTRAL POLICE COURT SATURDAY, APRIL 2 1864. BEFORE THE POLICE MAGISTRATE AND MR Douglas, Justice of the Peach DRUNENNESS. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 5 April 1864

OESTBAXToElCE COUBT. Satbbda?, Afbh. 2, 1S64. BEFOBBtife Police Magistrate cod Mr. Don glas, Justice of the Peace. JOBUKKEIWESK. Uaunce Qoinn was fined 10s, or tweoty fonr hours in default. OBSCENE LAKGDAOK. Hanrice Quinn on this, the second charge, JwasfiiHher fined Ste- or forty-eight hoars r IABCEKT. George Gordon, previously remanded for stealing a sheet from Vc Adam's hotel, was wwigbt up again this morning. The laun dress, Margaret Conroy. was present for the purpose of identifying the sheet. She stated that the sheet found in the possession of the prisoner was fatmg out by her to dry tiie same day. She had identified -he sheet when the prisoner was apprehended, and the sheet now produced in court was the same. VJolm Thomas Briggs. a waiter in the hotel, gave farther evidence against the prisoner, about whose guilt there was no doubt. He was sentenced to one month's imprisonment in the gaol. SUIT FOB WAGES. Ann Kearos, a domestic servant, sum moned her employer, John Baptist, ...

Publication Title: North Australian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
THE QUARTER'S REVENUE [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 5 April 1864

THE QUARTER'S BEVENCE. Comparative Statement of the Consoli dated Bcvenue of the Colony of Queens land, and of the Special Funds paid into the Treasury, at Brisbane, daring the Quarters ended 31st March, 1863, nud 31st March, 1861:— asm or unmix Hii«inirTrna»i-o.niiil]ilHmi-i j — : — rr^rf--- - - ? itta. teu. Ccsnws — £ & d. £ & d. Spirits ? „„ ? 15,558 7 10 18,099 IS J Wine ? 1^4117 4 1,61s 4 5 Ale, Fortxr.nid Decr.of ?W«orts ? W5 16 7 4M 0 4 Tntuco ? 3^75 19 11 «,«6S 12 ? 3 JV» ? 1,676 0 3 J.«M 12 3 Snnruidatoluas _ 2^t0 1 7 i,S78 10 JO Oittec, Chocolate, and Oxo» ? _Z_ ? 3M IS 2 289 3 g Opium „ ? 143 11 S 162 7 6 85,354 « 11 29^56 15 10 Iiisn Betekue — i Procoed- of I_nd Sales, £3r-,«0S 13s. Sd.:le» land Olios, SSO^St 36. 8*. ? 8^)03 7 6* 16,042 9 S Rents of Land ? 4,803 9 7 2,138 11 U Ditto in .Axrienltanl Beams _T ? 192 13 9 383 « 10 Assrssment on Bans „ 20 0 0 97 10 0 i fcurwjof UnnB ? ....„ 10 0 856 6 0 li^SO 10 10 19,SIS 3 6 FOSUSE ? 2,569 0 7 3^W 3 3 To Whol...

Publication Title: North Australian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
PETTY DEBTS COURT. Before the Police Magistrate and Mr. Bernava J.P. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 5 April 1864

PETTT DEBTS COUBT. BeTore the Police Magistrate and Mr. Ber dmtlJ.P. Wheeling v. Kennedy.— A claim for £1 3s 4d, for work and labor done. The .evidence inmjpport oT *fcn cfalm being eon «ndu«M7land iocoadiisire. tiia -s*stt.*r*s Wheeling St. Anderson:— A iutt'toTThe sum of £3 6s 7d.' Verdict for nlaintiC £1 13s fid. Bell v. M-Gratb.— An action for trespass ; amonnt claimed, £10. Plaintiff testified that defendant's cattle had on several occa sions got iuto his garden and destroyed arrowroot, grape vines, pumpkins, &c. Mr. Doyle forplaintiff, 11 r. Garrickfordefendanr. Wm. Hope and ffm. Armour were called as witnesses for the prosecution. Mr. H*Gntth deposed that plaintiff had only made one complaint to him. Edmund Burke was called as a witness for the defence. He said he conld discover no damage done on February 24, when called in to assess the value of the property destroyed; two pine apples bad been trampled and one banana tree was down. Thomas Glancy said be was called in...

Publication Title: North Australian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
MAITLAND. April 2. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 5 April 1864

MAITLAND. April 2. There is another flood on tbe Hunter. The lower parts ofthe town are flooded. At If orpeth the water b fonr feet over tiie wharf.

Publication Title: North Australian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. SYDNEY. April 2. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 5 April 1864

TELEQKAPHIO NEWS. [TllBODOa GREY1LLE AKD BIBD, BEDTEB's AGEKTSl SYDNEY. Anril 9. The bushranger Gardiner has been again remanded Tor further evidence; The third cricket match commenced to day. Tbe ground was in a most unsatis factory mtatc, being sloppy and slippery. Tbe Twenty-two of New South Wales went first to tfae wickets, dark and H. Hiuaru ware the omnirea. The Ttventjr-two were all put out for Tlio Annual UniTersity Commemoration took place to-day. Monday, April 4. The return match between the AllEng land Eleven and Twenty-two of New South Wales was resumed to-day. The weather was fine, and the ground in better condition; tbe attendance was small. The Governor was present. The score was as follows : ? Oeuar, 11; Grace, 20; Caffyn, 6; Hay ward, 4. The Clarence has sailed for Brisbane. The Ijorenza, from Latmcesion, for Bris bane has put in, wind bonnd. The Naral Brigade has eiren up its mu, consequent on tiie withdrawal of tiie drill instructor. There is intelligence front Au...

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 — 5 April 1864

NOTES -A-INTD SSTETWS Toe Prince Consort, when she started from England, was not bound to Moreton Bay. bnt ber crew were. Paradoxical as it may appear, it is nevertheless true. It may be briefly explained. The men, upon the ship's anchoring at Harvey's Bay. where she now lies, became obstreperous and re. fused to work. They were, therefore, sent down to Brisbane in the Collaroy to answer to the charge of insubordinatiou A batiieb pecnliarcase was argued yes terday in the Petty Debts' Court, which, inasmuch as it involves a principle of law, was differently interpreted by members of the bar, and magisterially decided, we may recapitulate here. The plaintiff sued f.ir a sum of £6, which be declared * contract for building an out-house, made subsequent to a contract for building si bonse and stable, and which t.Ajobjbadbeeo completed. fcut ffeT paid for. Defendant suggested that ?J^-'*''*' «»'wiianrfud«- the bill for eight pounds in the general item, of Z- larger acconnt, and plaintiff...

Publication Title: North Australian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
MELBOURNE April 2. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 5 April 1864

MELBOURNE. April 2. Iu tfae intcnaed match, Banvon and Eoje of Denmark have both paid forfeit Holders of wheat appear more anxious to sell. Some sales nave taken place at 6s. 6d. per bushel. Flour remains 6r«n at last qoo tations. Bayers, however, held back in an ticipation of a decline in prices.

Publication Title: North Australian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
THE BURNETT. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 5 April 1864

THE BCBNETT. We extract the following items of Burnett news from onr Gayodah contemporary** issue of tbe above date : — Tenders are called for iron punts for the Burnett, Coyne, and Auburn Bivers. St. Patrick's Day was observed as a gene* ral holiday. The majority of the young un married men enjoyed themselves iu tbe field by playing cricket, whilst the thrice happy Benedicts remained moodily at home cicucr Dicing cue tips or cneir nnger-ns»s,ur ?? iralloping the kids.' We understand that a match is arranged to come off to-day at uoon between the same parties. We are SDrry that, thronsh the floods, Mr. Dibbs, of the Commercial Banking Corpora tion, should have been prevented from visit ing this town. It was his intention to see if tiie necessary inducements were existent here for the establishment of a branch hank. We hope to see him here when the weather is more settled. On the !StU instant Dr. Stevenson killed tiro snakes iu tbe kitchen at the back nf his premises. These St. Patri...

Publication Title: North Australian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 5 April 1864

BtBTH. On tbe 2nd instant, at her residence, Brunswick- street, Fortitude Valley, the wife of Mr. Thomas McKeon, of a daughter.

Publication Title: North Australian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
MISCELLANEOUS. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 7 April 1864

[?] (From the Homo Papers.) A horrible murder and attempt at suicide bos been discovered at St. Helen's, near Liverpool. A single woman, a cripple, who kept a. dame-school, was found in her bed with her throat cut, quite dead ; and in tha same bed, undressed, was lying a married man, named Clithcro, with a wound in his throat and fast dyin?. There is some hope of his recovery, however. Ho found means' to say that they proposed to commit suicide together, but there is some reason to think that he had stolen into her room aud mur dered her, after which he probably resolved to destroy himself. — [Clithero has since so far recovered as to have been bmnght before a magistrate, who committed him for trial for wilful murder.] Contrary to custom the Sultan recently attended the Italian Theatre at Constanti nople. The Levant Herald says : — ' If ever * man was libelled by bis photograph, it is Sultan Abdnl-Aziz. Hchss none of that morose and semi-scowling appearance which be is made to wear ...

Publication Title: North Australian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
THE WEST COAST—THE CANTERBURY SURVEY PARTY [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 7 April 1864

TBE WEST COAST. — THE CABTEEBCB.V SCBVET I'AETV. [?] Intelligence was received iu town last night that tbe sunroy party despatched by tbe Canterbury Government some five mouths ago to the West Coast, had arrived at the Wakatip en route for Dotiedin. Mr. Bain, the leader of the expedition, may be expected in town to-day. The schooner Pride of the Huon bad been wrecked, but all hands saved. The party appear to have suffered severe hardships on the road from the coast to the Wakatip, and one of tbe men ? a sailor — named Allen unfortunately lost bis life. Wo received tbe following last night from our Arrow correspondent: — The captain of the schooner despatched by the Provincial Government in December to the West Coast, arrived here this morn ing en route for Dnnedin, having lost bis vessel in an ineffectual attempt to get out of the harbor. The Canterbury survey party were on board, but providentially no lives were lost, the schooner having been lifted bodily on to the rocks by a heav...

Publication Title: North Australian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
TARANAKI. SEIRMISH WITH THE NATIVES AT KAITAKE. March 15. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 7 April 1864

TABANAKI. KKinjIlSH WITH' THE NATIVES AT KA1TAKE. (From the Daily Southern Cross' Corres uoudent.) March 15. There has been rather a serious skirmish between our troops and the natives at Kaitakc, in which we lost one killed, and five wounded (including Lieutenant Larcom, B. A.) ; the native loss is unknown. I reported to you on tli« 10th, that the aiaories bad not been near lately, but the vcrv next morning about ten o'clock, it was reported in town, that they were at Dingle's, the very place wuerc uiey Kiuea Air. Patterson, three miles from town. They were seen by some settlers who had been out cattle hunting, and as these were men whoso word cuuld be relied on, parties were immediately .sent out in different directions in hope of cutting them off, but they were not discovered. Colonel Warrc himself went down to Oakura. mid having an ived there directed Major Butler to advance fivm the redoubt towards Kaitake, with a force of tS rank and file of the 57th Regiment under Captain Llo...

Publication Title: North Australian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
WESTERN AUSTRALIA. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 7 April 1864

WESTEBN AUSTBALIA. Latest files from Perth, Western Australia, are down to the 2Cth ultimo. The Time* of January 25th. says—' The annual Blue-book on Convict Discipline aud Transportation has just been issued. U con tains official correspondence with the Aus tralian colonies down to lost summer, closing with tlia Duke of Newcastle's reply to the petitions against transportation to any part of Australia, the duke stating in J uly that it formed no part of the plans then under tho consideration of the Government to establish a new penal settlement, or to send convicts to any part «f Australia, except the single colonv, situated at a distance from all others, to which for several yearf convicts have been sent with the fret consent of its inhabitants. To Western Australia — the entire population of which in 1SG1 was 15,091 — 6500 convicts had bden sent by the end of 1862; the majority of: them had cither become free by efflux of time, or bad received conditional pardons. There were 1137...

Publication Title: North Australian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
SOUTH AUSTRALIA. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 7 April 1864

SOUTH AUSTKALIA. We quote as follows from the Register ol March 21. We understand that a telegram was re coircd by the Treasurer from Sydney on Saturday, the 19th instant, informing him that t)ie New South Wales Government had decided upon placing a border custom house at ?chnca. The duties upon goods from Adelaide destined for New South Wales will be collected for the latter colony by our own government, probably at Blanchctowu. Iu regnrd to the missing boat between Port Lincoln and Wallaroo, a correspondent has forwarded to us the following iofar Stronff, sheep lancers. Franklin Harbour, lo&Uu? assasafiJa^dtdayaJjy. tbe_stcaracr transact, at once chartered a small boat be longing to Mr. Crouch, an oyster-fisher, and with Crouch and another man named Wil liam Butler, also an experienced seaman, set sail for Wallaroo, hoping to arrive there iu less than two days, tho wind being fair and weather lovely. Directly afterwards the boat started with every appearance of a pleasant ...

Publication Title: North Australian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
TASMANIA. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 7 April 1864

? « ? TASMANIA. The Hunn Regatta was held this year at Shipwright's Point on Tuesday, 15th March, and was nnmeiously attended by the inhabi tants of Franklin, Victoria, Port Cygnet, and other settlements on the Huon river, and neighboring buys. The steamer Cobre left Hobart Town for the regatta ground at 8 a.m., and was fol lowed bv the Monarch about an hour after wards. The day was slightly showery, and the wind occasionally blew very strongly. The visitors from Hobart Town arrived on the ground shortly after 2 p.m. when the regatta immediately commenced. The Judges were Captain Lawrence, of Bnini, aud Captain Gourlay. Among the company present was E. A. Walpole, Esq., whose yacht, the Wild Ware, was used as the flagship. The races were as follows : — Prize £5; Village Belle. Jeffcries, 1 : Flora, Hayles, Tho Village Belle took the lead at start- j ing, and had it all her own way, coming in far ahead. feccond Bace. — Ladies' Purse, prize, £15. Huon Bell, Wise, 1. At tlio i*nfwm-ffi...

Publication Title: North Australian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
METEROLOGICAL OBSERVATIONS. Taken at 9 a.m. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 7 April 1864

METEOBOLOGICAI. OBSERVATIONS. Taken at 9 a.m. April S.— Brisbane, barometer (cor rected). 30'118 ; thermometer (shade), 701; force of wind. 1 ; clond. 1. April 6.— Brisbane, barometer (corrected) 30-101 ;_ thermometer, (shade), 74-5; dry bulb. 697; wetbnlb. 745; force of wind 0; dona, 1. (Per Electric Telegraph.) April 6.— Sydney, barometer (corrected). 30163; thermometer (shade), 76-2; force of wind, 6; cloud. 6. 'April 6. — Sydney, barometer (corrected). 13-091; thermometer (shade), 71-0; dry bulb, 76-2 ; wet bulb. 68?. ?

Publication Title: North Australian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
ADELAIDE. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 7 April 1864

ADELAIDE. Adelaide telegrams in the S. 3f. BtraUt last files to hand are to the 27th March :— Thursday. March 29, 7 p.m. It is reported that Meyers, clerk iu the Chief Secretary's office, is still in this co lony. Tbe charges against him are very serious. _ The telegraph office will reopen at-JBiL, latSiBiegramEfoTsraunglisiraiail. National Banks ' shares are quoted {at £5 5s. Wheat and Sour ouaU^sd in price. Saturday, arch 26, 6 pjn. Tbe Duke of Newcu e, in a circular, communicates the deb nination of the Treasury to charge Is. pi i oz. on letters from Southampton after t 1st July. The sale of land in the irthem territory closes on Tuesday next a -ree o'clock. Seventeen entries, nil being Victorian nurses, have been mad- ur the Adelaide cup, value 500 sovereign to be run for at Thebartuu in April. In the rifle match be eon Milang and England, the Milang vol eers scored 1055 at eight distances, from '? 0 to 900 yards. The men fired seven r -ds at each dis tance. The score is n- y-fo...

Publication Title: North Australian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
x
Loading...
x
x