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WIND AND WEATHER [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 7 April 1864
WIND AND WEATHER. April 5. — Brisbane, S.S.W., fine and clear: Lytton.fi., ana fine; Ipswich, S.E ana fine ; Laidley. S.E., ana Cue ; Too woomha, S., ana fine ; Drayton, S.E, and fine ; Warwick, calm, and fine ; Dalby, calm ana fine ; Sydney, N.W., ana fine. 'April 6.— Brisbane, S.W., fine and clear; Lytton, S.W_ fine ; Ipswich, calm ana fine ; Laidley, calm and fine ; Toowoomba, calm and fine ; Drayton, calm ana fine ; Warwick, Dalby, calm ana fine ; Syaney, S.W., fine.
VICTORIA. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 7 April 1864
VICTOBIA. Tho S. N. Herald's files to band give Molboume Telegrams to the 29th ul timo : — Thursday, March 24, 7 p.m.— Reports arc current that Mr. Fellows bas resigned bis seat in the Cabinet, in consequence of a difference arising on tbe Land JJill. Great preparations are being made for the Easter ?olidays. A prisoner, supposed to bo Burke, bas been arrested for the murder at Epping. Markets perfectly quiet. Flour and wheat dull, but not lower in price. Preparations for the English mail are en grossing all attention. Weather magni ficent. Saturday, March 26, 7 p.m . The weather is delightful, and the day has been given up to holiday making. Mon day will also be a close holiday. Up to the present time the Aroluntcer en campment is a great success. The B. M. S. Nnrtham sailed with C2.G00 ozs. gold, and 53.000 sovereigns. A large ship, inward bound, was signalled off Cape Otway, but her name was not as certained. Monday. March 2S. C p.m.— The Volunteer review has passed off excellent...
COLONIAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 7 April 1864
COLONIAL NEWS. Br the Tclejrraph, steamer, we arc in re ceipt of journals from tbe neighboring colo nies to the latest dates: — Sydney, March 30; Melbourne, March 24 ; Adelaide, March 21 ; Auckland. March IS. NEW SOUTH WALES. The snbjoincd items of New S.mth Wales news arc extracted from the & if. Herald's issue of ilarch 30 : — The reports which had reached Sydney respecting the loss of great ' numbers of sheep in Queensland by the heavy floods caused very great anxiety. A gentleman largely interested beingdesiruus of knowing the truth telegraphed to Brisbane, and has handed us the following nsjily, which he re ceived last night: — 'Captain Vignolcs just arrived at Drayton, and reports no serious losses at Yaudilla. The Ellangoiran'report is also without foundation.' A rifle contest between representatives of No. 2 Company S. B. V. B. on the one side. and representatives of the P.imm.itta and Hawkcsbnry Companies on the other, took place at Parramatta on Monday last. Thir t...
No title [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 7 April 1864
'SHE NOBTH ACSTItAUAK'i« a pud/ Metal and foUHolonru. It bdltree in a gnat destiny for this aatnrallr rieb and J*»utlfal land; and it also bellerw tbat nothing em tontriboto jo powerfollj to the tfoAj attaimnmt or that daUny as union amongat all s«tiou and claaatt of Ita people. Tbia union i» attainaUa only on one caniiUoo— BjumUljot Bights. The ' SbaiH AnsxaA liuin«ni,thenlbie,u veU for the adnnement of the colony, as because the principle is IntrinrdraHy jnat, adraate equal aril, KdSgtoaf, and roUUol Bights for all colonists, irreepecli re ofctery comiderm ion at to Creed or Coon try. It eeUeres the CoutttnUon «t Uie colony when fairly interpreted, folly developed and allowed tree action, to be in its liberality the moat soiUN. to oar condition that could be devised. It will therefore, npbold the Coortitntion in its integrity asd oppoMancbugetiD.lt, except eoch asaiepro doeed by its own adaptation and growth. It wOi condemn eqoiUy tie tOottM of the indigent Jerdler of society who ...
WEEKLY CALENDER [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 7 April 1864
WKESXT CAIiKNDAJL »_„ ,«? I Cm Bra Uoors High Water I B.JC B.Jt 9.T. B. BL B.«t Thnrsday „ 7 6 II S«S 0 E U O 10 30 Friday- ? 8 617 6 47 1 I 10 U U U Saturday ? B' C18 B *6 S 6 U *D O « Sunday ? 10; 618 S 45 B 6 032 0M Sfonday —^-lll 619 £44 46 120 14 Tuesday ? 12; 610 * 41 6 6 2 10 » M Vednaaday_U 630 S-0 8 S S 0 SSO
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 7 April 1864
., MAIL STEAMEB, QtTEBSSUXD STE4K K&TtOATIOS Ck). Jl&lSffc rflHB t MMt STEAMEB SaPKy^,/- QUEENSLAND, will EgSBjflg' leave for MABTBOUODGH, JOHK STEPHEXS. sUreSrr. J H____ggti7fs- ] ATOTICE.-MB. S BLOOM begs to in J-* form the population of Ipswich and J O.e surronnaim; districts ftat U^WsS- I lished Welf at premises in Bosh^a BOOTS & SHOES. I .ttenlrfto. Orde™ ^ t**«™ P—F* ttem * onST *' ci1aest-!a to *™«* ] ^T. MUBPHT, I ? ATOTICE TO HABINERS.-Mastm of » iw »S£'? /B*0*-*? againstatpreseni I ? n«li«^TS*f '* ?*'?'« ?BMikltASd.J , * * Porinuster. A Port offi». - n Brisbane, StU March, 18GL K. ? * — m ? ? ? ev- NOTH2ETIF BESIOVAL.— M. KEAN «*» begs most respectfully to inform his h' anmemus friends nnd iiio public, that lie T) will remove from his present establishment I J In Edward-street, and will open in Queen- site street in otta of those firsf-ctass simps re- Rri centlr erected by Jfr-J. Byrnes, adjoining- .=r Messrs. Hnnter. Benjamin, ana BuotL. ou R SATUR...
COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 7 April 1864
CflTOnM |nt£lligtn«. Tre following shows the amount of stock in the bonded warehouses of this city on the first April. 1864 :— Brandy, 8806 gallons; whisky, 12,115 gallons ; gin. 2640 gallons; ram, 19.143 gal lons; geneva, 3374 gallons; liqueurs, 950 gallons; perfumed spirits, 118 gallons, spirits of wine, 240 gallons; wine. 16.438 gallons: tobacco, 37,621 lbs; opinm, 118 lbs: cigars, 1261 lbs; tea, 1470 lbs: coffee ana cfcVcoT, ieo H»; snuff, 71 lbs; *aw sugar, 30 tons 11 cwt 16 lbs.
Shipping Intelligence DEPARTURES [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 7 April 1864
ifUjjiRg I«feUigtt». BBPABttJBES. ' April «.— Wansfcil. Bl»cfc Ball ship, 717 toot, O«pUSn Hugh Brodie. for London. Fusengerc— Saloon: Hiss Lucy Tookev Mrs. WHsonand two children, and Mr J rowlw, second cabin : Mr. and lbs. Devine and child. Mrs. OKJrady, Mr7andll£ »-;*»». Miss New*. Mr. and Mra. Sponwd ?And. Mrs. Forts ana child. Mr*. JoW an dma, Meaw. W. C. Wiffiunson, W. J. Roberts, and F. Wilson. -, April 6.— Telegraph, steamer. 700 tons. Captain Coote for Sydney, Passensere =°^«f. Westaway. J. ThSmson; \T. F Webb. E. Anderson, J. J. Gordon, Videll «w«rew, Bloomfieia, ana 15 in the Bteetaee. April 6.— CoIUroy, steamer. 600 tons, Captain Cottier, for Northern Porto. Pas sengers— Hm Lenneban, Mr. and Mrs. «ews, Messrs. J. B. M'WOIiam, H. Croft W.R Cntbbert, P. Mackintosh^. G. Jone^ T. Holme, Lockhead, W. Hm. Keen, W Delaney M. Leith Hay. H. Gray. Richard* ?on, D. T. Seymour, C. Kommerer, G. D. Lang. J. Sontherden, J. Blnndell. J. F. Gar nck. D. Bodgers. J. Ferguson, B. Hackev. G. ...
PORT DENISON. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 7 April 1864
POST DENTSON. /From Hie P. D. Jfcwa, March 12.) _ We understand tbat a movement is in contemplation to again urge upon the Go vernment the necessity for the erection of a jetty at this port, and that it is intended at an early day to call a public meeting upon the subject The importance of this move ment mnst be felt by everyone connected with the town and district. We are requested to call attention to on advertisement in another column, notifying that no more tea or sugar can be stored in the Custom House till tiio new warehouse is erected.
MARYBOROUGH. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 7 April 1864
NABYBOBOUGH. (FS'?i?ilB Jfo»*«««W* Chronicle. March 31.) «» n . rePor» OT «'« loss of the Panama 2°B^k«sSpit it will be seen thaTon w3?ly-wcck 'as** boat put off from tho m^W*1? tea I''008 ??- Her, intending to _^for Maryborough, since thattinfe ur?M-7- J^5 »S°— ''''UK has beeu seen or heard of a Captain Curjrtiev on Monday mow.n r n sneKcl*ea to us that the nu merous farmers and lumberers having to use the river as the highway to and from what «ur Yankee i brethren would call their » loca- thu T8 J1?,*0 accoril'-ely commenced in this, and shall conrinae in each succeeding issue to publish a tabulated statement of the 'SS Of ?'* water at Maryborough. The roads everywhere have been fearfully — — ug» «y uw uikki. oume Of 1116 Streets OI the town are almost impassable, by reason of collies and mud. The bridge on the road to the scrub farms has been carried away, and access to the farms by horse or dray is impossible. We are glad to hear the Cor poration yesterday, at their special meet...
NOTES AND NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 7 April 1864
XTO37ES A.1STD 3STEWS. A hew saluting battery has been raised -n *******-m&agtp&±... It .ooMisls of twelve twenty fonr pounders, which are mounted on m. strong wooden platform, — the whole being enclosed with a neat paling fence. It is ornamental to the Gardens', and in vests%he grounds with an air of govern mental importance. This is an improve ment upon the old saluting battery in front of the Barracks, and which will be shortly dismounted. The gnns were conveyed to the grounds by means of a bullock team. The new Temperance Hall is progressing rapidly since the laying of tha. foundation stone on Monday week last. The question now arises as to which is to be the properly made street between Queen-street and Spring Hill. That there is no respectably finished thoroughfare at present is well known. We believe that Government landed property on Spring HiU was pnr chnsed, in the first instance, with the direct understanding from the Surveyor-General, that a respectable c...
NEW YORK. January 21. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 7 April 1864
NEW YOEK. January 21. Advices, have been received from New York op to the 21st January. Nothing important had taken place. The arm y Jiad gone into winter quarters. The season was nnnsnally severe. The siege of Charleston was at length abandoned as hopeless, the place being de clared invulnerable. Two thousand (2000) women and child ren had been burned to death in a chapel in Santiago during a religious festival.
PROVINCIAL NEWS. ROCKHAMPTON. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 7 April 1864
PBOVTNCIAL. NEWS. BOCKHAMPTON. From the B, Bulletin of the 31st ultimo ' we extract the following:— His Worship the Mayor has addressed the following fetter to Dr. Callaghan health officer of this port :— '? Municipal Council Chambers, Bockhampton, March 29th, 186*. To the health officer Bock Jiampton. Sir,— Considerable apprehension being felt with respect to the prevalence of malignant Typhus Fever at the southern ports of Queensland, more especially Bris bane, I felt it incumbent to call your attention to the same that you may adopt such precautions as yon may deem neces sary to prevent the introduction of tha disease into this town. I have the honour to ». B. ftTKolligeU. Mayor. The Government Gazette of the 2tth March, notifies that a sale of Crown Lands, Bituated in the township of Clcrmont, Peak Downs, ?will be held at the Police Office, Bockhamp ton, on Monday, the 25th day of April, 1864. The Gazette in question reached this town on Monday last, the 2Sth instant, by the 'Co...
THE SUPREME COURT. IN EQUITY. WEDNESDAY, 6TH APRIL 1864. Before his honour the Chief Justice. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 7 April 1864
THE SUPREME COUBT. ik BQorrv. Wedsesday. 6th Apbix, 1861. Before his honour the Chief Justice. In the matter of the will of Leonard Young deceased. Mr. Bramstou moved fur probate to be granted to Ann Young, sole executrix. Motion granted. In the matter of the will of James Buskin of Brisbane, deceased. Mr. McDevitt moved for probate of tho will to be granted to the Bev. John Bliss and John Wiley. Motion eranted. In the will of Albert Barton, deceased, Mr.. Bramstou moved for probate to be granted to Sngan Elizabeth Barton. Motion, granted. In the goods of Walter Cother Biggins, deceased, Mr. Bramston moved for letters of administration to John Edward Higgins. His honor reserved this matter for oon eideration. Cameron and BJakeney, v. McArnin and another, on order to show cause why a previous order in this suit, should be not amended, and Mr. Blakeney be held not personally liable for costa already taxed, bnt that the same should be paid out of the estate of Cameron, who is a lunatic...
The North Australian.THURSDAY, APRIL 7, 1864 [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 7 April 1864
THURSDAY, APRIL 7, 18C4. When the egotistical and nnnecessary letter of Mr. Fitzqibbon to the Muni cipal G&Micil of Brisbane, proferring a design na* a bridge, was printed in oar last issue, we retained from comment : nnder the impression that some grievous error must have been committed, which that gentleman would, directly his efforts met with publicity, correct It never occurred to us, that any one holding a public office, ill the direct ^ service of the colony, ? a Commissioner of Railways and member or tne Board ot Worts — could bo far forget himself, as for his own advantage to counsel the principal Corporation of Queensland to place themselves in the unenviable position they would occupy did they accept his offer. For two long years have we been wrangling, and dis puting, and petitioning, and Drotestina nnta aVIaSt a deaiga^fa^S^^ contrast taken, and a resident engineer advertised lor. To the two flret~or these steps the Government of the day has been s party — the la...
No title [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 7 April 1864
Mr. B. Powbb, who .has lately lieensea a splenaia bmiaing on Spring HiU. which is of bis own banding «nd the finest piece of architectnre on Spring Bill, will give a grand opening ball on Monday evening next, the details of which an f ornishea in his advertisement, to which we refer our readers.
TELEGRAPHIC NEWS [THROUGH GREVILLE AND BIRD, REUTER'S AGENTS. SYDNEY. April 4th [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 7 April 1864
TELEGBAPHIC 3STETTOS. [TnaOOOB GB£VII.Ut ASD DIED, BCDTCli'e agents] 6TDNEV. April 40.. TuM Cricket Hatch.— The AIl-Engtaud Eleven went in, the following score being made :— Carpenter, 7 ; Anderson, 1 ; Parr, 10; LVockyer.4: Jackson, 6; Tinier, 1; Tarraut, not ont for 2. Ail out for 76. The New Sonth Wales 23 then went in. Nine wickets were rapidly taken for 15 rnns, there being no less than seven dock eggs (blank scores) made. The gronnd drying last. April 6tb. The Twenty two resumed play to-day. They were all out for S3, when the wickets were drawn. Hie Governor was present, although few persons attended. The weather wai showery, v The Englishmen then went in lor their second innings. Tarrant, S; Grace, 9 ; Caffyo, not out, € Havward, not oat, 0. A meeting takes place at the Masonic Hall to-nigbt, with (he object of alleviating thedistres* caused by die late floods in dm various parts of theconntry. It is rumored that Mr. Hay intends re signing the Speakership of too legislative A...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 7 April 1864
VMtZmmtMt ? ftl*- «- ---**- ? J - fno MOTHERS OF FAMILIES— SUM- X TnfEREDSlVD'S CHILDBEDS BIS CUIT*. AmoetexcellentnntriciousFOOD for ChOarea. -These Biscuits can be dis solved in hot water or hot milk, and in two minutes am ready for use. One triml will convince mothers of families of theirmd»pt ability for family use. ? Sole manufacturer, HJSnmmerfield, Spring J3follow, Brisbane. Sold wholesale and retail at Is. per 1b. Liberal mUoarancea to the trade. -Orders by letter or otherwise punctually attended to, and forwarded to all parts of the colony. These Biscuits can tie given with the greatest propriety to children from one month upwards. CHEAT CLEARING SAJLE. JPETTIGREW & CO. are determined ? to give the inhabitants of Ipswich each an opportunity of toying goods at such a cons'derable discount as they never ^''wSKSIS?8*- TbV wiU «Oer on and after WEDNESDAY, 3rd February, A large lot of 9-S cambric prints (fast colors) at Td., worth lOd. A large lot of 9-S cambric prints a...