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MARYBOROUGH [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 9 April 1864
MARYBOROUGH. (From tiie M. Chronicle, April 7.) 1 lie captain or the Prince Consort reported to filr. Sheridan, on going on board that vessel last Friday, that a number of his able-bodied seamen had refused to obey lawful commands, and were then in a state of mutiny. Mr. Sheridan, acting as Water Police Magistrate, having summoned the men before him, and asked them if they wonld return to their duty, eighteen of them refused; they were therefore taken into custody, and placed on board the CoDaroy lor Maryborough. On the passage up tiie river three of them leaped overboard, and being capital divers and swimmers they soon effected a landing, and have not been heard of since. The fifteen brought on to Maryborough were immediately takctl to the Police-conrt, and tho offence being dis tinctly proved by the evidence of tbe captain, they were committed to Brisbane gaol for two months. All the time the prisoners were in dock — strong in numbers, and some of them half mad with liquor — they ...
ROCKHAMPTON. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 9 April 1864
BOCKHAMPTOS. We have Northern news in the E. Bulletin to the -3th instant. The feeling against the present Ministry seems to be rampant as ever on the banks of the Fitzroy ; indeed, it is a significant fact that every journal in this colony— our friends the Guardian and Q. Tinas, of course, execpted — is loud in iu its complaints against the Herbert cabal on the score of local grievances, and trlarin' abuses, and shameless disregard for the in terests .if the people. It is not easy to comprehend the inducement which satisfies four men to persist in holding office, while from all quarters a str-rm of reprobation is hnrled at their heads. There must be assuredly some potent spell, some foul charm of the Black Art, in their ministerial crumb, thus to render this precious quartette so totally blind to the real ignominy of tucir position. In their hands. Constitutional Government is becoming a decided farce. Popular indignation in the North thus fiuds vent in the leadiug columns of our H...
DARLING DOWNS. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 9 April 1864
DARLING DOWNS. (From the D. D. Gazette. ADril 7th.1 On Thursday evening a public meeting was held in the Sovereign Hotel for tiie purpose of taking measures to re-organize the Crickct;Ciub. Owing to the weather, the attendance was limited, and the meeting was adjourned nntil the following Satnrday, when the attendance was very fair. Sir. R. H. D. White was called to the chair. The name of the club was fixed as— The roowoomba Cricket Club. The eutrancc , fee of members was fixed at 10s. with a monthly payment of 2s. Gd. The rules of the old club were adopted with a few slight amendments. Mr. J. C. White was elected President. Mr. O. G. Langley Vice Ti2Cn£ Mr- B' H' !)- Wh'le Treasurer, and Mr. P. Drummond Secretary. A com ...??«c uf management was appointed con sisting of Messrs. W. H. Wrs, J. A. Philips. W. Hull, and George Hooper, to act with other officers. Fifteen members were enrolled, and after a vote of thauks to the chairman, the meeting separated. From the names of the gentl...
WARWICK. March 28, 1864 [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 9 April 1864
WARWICK. (feom a cobbesfokdekt.) March 2S, 18G4. A public meeting, convened by his worship the mayor, William Marshall. Esq, was held at the Town Hall on the 16th instant, for the purpose of collecting subscriptions for the erection of an hospital on the site granted by the Govemmeut. There was a the following gentlemen successively ad dressed tiie meeting :— The President, W. U. Brown, Esq.; J. J. Kingsford, Esq.; T. M'Kvoy. Esq. ; tbe licv. Thomas Kingsford, And James Martin, Esq. A subscription list was opened, and nearly £100 collected before tho meeting terminated. The Presi dent, whilu eloquently addressing the as *einb!age. stated, that some party in Warwick, whom he hoped to sec at the meet ing, suggested to the committee that the purchasing of Hallorau's premises wonld be the quickest way they could get to tho ac complishment of their design, but he repudiated such an act; and we believe whoever the person was, he acted wisely by nut making his appearance at the meeting. It...
COURT Of REQUESTS. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 9 April 1864
COURT OF1 RFOITF.STS. . Before Messrs. Panton and Gurry, Justices of tiie Peace. Campbell v. Macnamara. — This was an action for the recovery of £6, the value of property lent. Verdict fur plaintiff; less the amount paid into Court. Harding v. Ross. — For £6 16s. the value of certain goods placed in the charge of de ?cuusui. hi r. uaui-i appearea lor uic plain tiff, who was nun-suited. Newton and Co. v. Garraghty.— With- drawn. Heeve v. Winnett,— For £6 r)s 8d, With drawn. Lynch v. O'Grady .— For £1 18s. Verdict for plaint)?. O'Brien v. Maioney.— For £8' iSsWTaue on a note. Verdict for plaintiff for the full amount claimed. O'Brien v. Weiss, — For 'the sum of £5. fcrriict fur nlaintiff* O'Brien v. Weiss.— For £10. the amount due on a promissory note. Verdict for plaintiff. Ciosswait v. Dolland. — A suit for £4 16s, the value of a bullock delivered to tho de fendant. Verdict for plaintiff. Levy Brothers v. Reardun. — Suit for £3 9s 2d, goods sold to defendant. Verdict for plaintiff. ...
SYDNEY MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 9 April 1864
SYDNEY MARKETS. Files of Sydney papers are supplied us. per Clarence^ ibo 4th April. The S. V. Ba-ald, of the 2nd instant, contains the fol lowing ;— 'Business has been exceedingly dull during the week, the Easter holidays and the inclemency of the weatlier being the principal causes of this cessation of trade in all onr markets except flour. The only alterations we have to record are as fol lows :— Tlie flour market is very 6rm, and holders of Adelaide are asking £24 to £36 per ton. - The jnilUrm' quotations Continue at £25 par ton for fine flour. Wheat is also firm, aud sales of A-?h1.;a., --„ _»»-j £. - - - — - - — .^«nHH wu isijui van ?**- fcs «d to 9s bags extra. vA larg8 M|e b_ auction oT damaged whett wai held on MooresWharfduruig the week, when tlie following prices were realised for tlie 813 bags sold =-SI'Sntly dama8ed. 8s 6d ; much damaged. 7s 9d; bags extra. Bice is not so Grin, and Patoa is quoted at £21 to £23 per ton. Sugars are flatter, dull of sale ? large parcel* h...
MUNICIPAL COUNCIL [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 9 April 1864
MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. Hie Council met on Monday afternoon, at the usual hour, after an absence of three weeks; present:— The Mayor, the hon. F. North, and Aldermen Cnubb, Hendren. Shenton, Pettigrew. Maodonald, Olune, Byrne, and Thome. . ' On (Jje Town Clerk's reading tfae minntes —Alderman Hendren rose and objected to tint part of the report In reference to the learn of wharrc* m 4a GoTenimsat In* tended to retain possetsion of all land level with the nver and fronting streets, and notice wnuld be given to occBPiere to remove their stores, &c. Ho mnvca. that part of the minutes be not confirmed. Alderman Chubb said, that if the motion were earned, tho entire business transacted at the last meeting wonld fall to the ground, and insisted that the Council had n-' alter native but to confirm tie minutes if the pro ceedings they contained WCrc correct The Mayor said the objection was merely to a report from the Legislative Committee, relative to wharfage leases, and would not Tho q...
SOUTH AUSTRALIAN MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 9 April 1864
SOUTH AUSTRALIAN MARKETS. Dates from Adelaide are to the 24th ultimo. The following is the latest re port:— Flour.— There is little business doing. A sale of silk-dressed is reported at £20 per ton. Wheat. — There are bat few purchasers, and prices are rather declining. Some small sales have been made at 7s 2d per bushel. Town prices, 6s 9d to 7s.
IPSWICH Wednesday morning [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 9 April 1864
IPSWICH. fFBOM OOB OWN COKBESP0NDENT.1 Wednesday morning. Mr. and Mrs. Mauley in the characters of Lord and Lady Dundreary, made their appearance at the School of Arts on the evening of Monday last. The folks in Ipswich must have forgotten that snch an entertainment was to bo given, or I have no doubt a better andiencc would have been present : the showers daring the later part of the day, may have prevented manv from attending. The attendance last evening was wretched, and must, indeed, have damped the feelings of Mr. and Mrs. Manlcy. The affair, I may say, was dreary enough. Mr. Stanley's song of the ' Old Muleteer,' in character, was well rendered and impressive. The humorous song of ' The Young Man from the Country,' snog by Mrs. Manley in the farce of *? Nothing to Ware,' created much merriment and applause. I cannot conclude without a word of praise in reference to the 1 rilliant piano-forte playing of Mr. Strathan, who treated the audience during the intervals with numerous s...
TASMANIAN MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 9 April 1864
TASMANIAN MARKETS. The Launcuton Examiner of the 24th March re|iort* r— . 'wi!eaFil%!itoi» eST J^con^acraiSo'^inan^' tity of flour has been shipped on board the City of Laanceston (s.) to-day. Oats are steady at from Ss Gd to 3s 9d ; some holders requiring a higher figure. Tasmauian oat meal, £24 per ton. Other quotations unal tered. The B. T. Advcrtticr of 23rd March says : — Until a few days since, our quotations in flour ware rnling, but advices from other colonies have caused an advance of £1 per ton, quotations being now £22. The demand is now merely sufficient for local con sumption, consntners nut caring to aperate at the present high rates. In wheat there is a rise proportionate to that in flour, quota tions being now from 8s Gd to 9s. Of oats there is a good supply, but (hey are dull of sale ; quotations are merely nouiin.il, at from 3s to 3s €3. lu barley there is very little doing at present.
FRIDAY April 8 Before the Police Magistrate. WINDOW BREAKING [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 9 April 1864
FotOAT. ApBIt S. Before the Police Magistrate. window hbeakino. Bridget Gill broke a window of Mrs. AhcnTs, landlady of the Sportsman's Arms. The complainant stated that she had no de sire to press the charge, sod the prisoner was discharged with a caution. VAGRAUCV. Edward Gleeson was charged with having no habitation or visible means of support. Being unable to ditprovo'the charge, lie was sentenced to imprisonment, with bard labor for one month, in Brisbane gaol. BREACH OF TOWNS* POLICE ACT. George Outter was charged with carting meat through the streets widiont its being properly covered. He pleaded guilty to the charge. Fined 5s., and 3a. Gd. costs. Patrick Conroy, on a similar charge, was similarly dealt with. Michael UoHrargcr, a German, who un unDuiw uu jjugiiau, mm vimi£cu mill obstructing the thoroughfare by allowing his cart to remain on Eussell-Btreet. Case dismissed. Peter Schist was charged with tho same offence, but the Bench ruled that it did nut come under the Towns...
1864. TIME TABLE. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 9 April 1864
1864. TIME TABLE. Showing Daily Arrival and Despatch ol iulaud Mails, iTi i ?- iP - * P i r* If i-«JH Id H*4 4 Si Si » iff:? [5 lif.-g .-| 1| si l*£ Is a* a _| ? If . Mil !i -i ?? = t pi i = j jo 5 b b |s |o £?* *n7FTTt~T Mill « i ji II . i I. |i nil lite 1 * And man auaaur to KortlKm r«t» etay litazuta TQttdav.
CENTRAL POLICE COURT. THURSDAY, APRIL 7 1864, BEFORE THE POLICE Magistrate, DRUNKENNESS. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 9 April 1864
CENTEAIi POLICE COUBT. Thbbsd&v, Apbil 7, 1864. Befobb the Police Magistrate. DB05KKKKESS. John Brady was fined 10a, Margaret Mauton 20s, and Thomas Hassel 40s. SBJSACH OF TOWNS' POLICE ACT, Thomas Haskins, charged with trying a horse in Queen-street, which is contrary to regulation, was fined 5s. and 3s. 6d. costs. IHbTHBbS WABKAST. Waldron v. Brake.— It appeared that plaintiff recently got judgment rendered against defendant in the Petty Debts, Court, and a warrant of distress was ordered to be issued. A party named Biddiscorabe resisted the service or the writ and the defendant that be had made over his property to him before judgment had been rendered by the Petty Debts, Court. The present summons was for the purpose of making the defend ant show legal cause why the warrant should not be served. The case was post poned for the purpose of producing farther ovidence.
No title [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 9 April 1864
'TUB SQBTa AtJSrmitAlP'Ii a pnnt/aoelal uj poIiUcilorgmn. HbdleTCslD agroaldertinj tor Uu- nttunlly xiflh .mnd beautiful land; ud it ?Uo btUtm that pothlog can catbllmto €O powerfully to the speedy atUInumt of tfaal dMUnjr » union amongit «U ?otttoot and daaea cf its people. Xfaia union U mttainaUa only on one etmdlUoa— Equality of Righta. Die 'HonHAran*- wufOjrni.tfeen&Ke.u weO tot the adratKnnant of the colony, a* became (lie frindple i« inWuleaUy jut, advocate equal aril, neligtous, ant XoUUo, Bfeiu* rOTallCTfemUU, impede™ oTmry eoasUeca ion ea to Cned or Guratiy. U Miens Uie CanatUaUon of the colony 'Inn falttylnUrpeiai, fully dvnlopea and «Uo»eo basacthw,talKlnili Ubmltty the mart sattaUe to oar condition that cool* be darted. & will therefore, nplwU the OoMtitntton in ita Integrity ?ad OftwK ell chuges In It, t*o»jt men a* eaepto dnerf bj-lu ownoiipUtioaandgrowtit. It wBl condemn equally the eUbrto-sf U» indigent tenner «r(ade)7who'-nHualirlne«U4oinitoe.«Uiidai...
No title [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 9 April 1864
DB.JcsKBS.tholumHBopaUiiBt, faubcen appointed Corresponding Secretary for the order of Independent Odd Fellows of Bris bane. Toe paragraph which we quote below from the TaUerfieU (8.S.W.) Chronicle. will be better understood when our readers un derstand that a petty system of persecution has been adopted by the Ministry of the sister colony towards the newspaper press of New South Wales, which has been most derogatory to the former as representatives of an enlightened people, and somewhat cm barrasing to the latter, who. however pos sess the independent means of redressing their own grievances. The paragraph has also a borne interest, a -uociatcd, as it is with a late Queensland Journal.— ' The Advocate (Grafton paper) lias been the first to suc cumb to the force of the Government screw, it having ceased to exist. We understand the proprietor, Mr. Henry Vincent, is in treaty for the resuscitation of the Waraidc MaU— a field than which none else in the whole of the colonies is better...
Shipping Intelligence ARRIVALS [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 9 April 1864
8\mte$ lateiliptt. ABBtriXS. April 7.— Clarence, steamer, 500 tons, Captain Milman, from Sydney the 4th in ctanf. Passengers — Tlie Bight Bev. Bishop Patteson, -Captain and Mrs. Heathcote, two children and servant; Capptain Habig, Hiss TaUoe, Miss Styles, Messrs. A. Lyne, W. H. Lyne, V. Lyne, Hnntley, Jackson, Binney, Foote, Horey. Hunt, Petty, Contts, lURllar SatiiiA*n*fl fitiAfnnR Mill nitwhwn in the steerage, April 8.— Cneering, steamer, 4? tons. Captain J. Love, from Mooloolah, with 3S.0D0 feet of cedar, 3000 palings, and six passengers. W. Pettigrer, agent. April 8. — Queensland, steamer, 500 tons, Captain CurpUey, from the Northern Ports. Passengers — Mrs. Iilley, Mrs. H'Crae, lbs. Bell Mrs. Holme, Mrs. Cranston; Miss Black, Bliss Oonl, Messrs. Jones, Anderson, Hire F.Connellv. Mollmnle finhun (fur. chand. Young, Holme. Buzacott, Permien, Dutten, J. Connelly, Nichols, JackeU, Stew art, J. D. Beed, Gordon, Southerden, Fan ning, Pettigretr, Finlay; and 60 in the steerage. CLEARA...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 9 April 1864
MAIL 6TEAMEB. Quebkelakd Steam Navioatiok Co. «£M3a. mHE mail steamer ?rWH&rc^ i- QUEENSLAND, will ipWaBlg^ leave for MARYBOROUGH, M«Sa GLADSTONE, and KOCli HAMPTON, on TDESOAT. April 12, Bates to Mauyboeocgh. Saloon ? £1 IS 0 Betorn Tickets ? 3 0 0 Steerage ? ? .'..... 0 16 C Freight, per ton ? 0 15 0 Bates to Gladstone akd Booeuahftok. Saloon ? „ ? £3 O 0 netorn Tickets ? 5 0 0 Steerage .._ ? 10 0 Freight..... ? ? 0 17 6 JOHN STEPHENS. Secretary. gtofiteg NOTICE.— ME. S. BLOOM begs to in form the jwpuJatioD of Ipswich and tlio surrounding districts tl.at he lias estab lished himself at premises in 'Brisbane street, comer of West-street, with a large stock oT BOOTS & SHOES. English and Colonial, to Eiiit ladies snd gentlemen. Orders and repairs promptly attended to. ERSONS bavins Claims against tlio undersigned, are requested to .furnish £ ~ . Boll street. Ipyrfch, UOt March. 1864. ? AfOTlCE TO MABINERS-— Masters uf JA Vessels arc cautioned against at present nsing ...
ROCKHAMPTON MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 9 April 1864
BOCKHAMPrON MARKETS. The Sa^utaptm BuUclin of Saturday. Aprils, reports as follows: — Pending receipt of definite information, some anxiety is felt hen a* to the extent of destruction of property in the district occa sioned by the late heavy floods. So far as is yet ascertained the aggregate loss is not very great, but U will be some weeks before : anything like a true estimate can be formed. Having now bad a week or two of settled weather the mads are rapidly drying op, and traffic in all directions will soon be folly resumed. The dearth of provisions existing at the diggings, and the increasing numbers flockingtiuther.arecansinguonsual activity in . country business. Carriage to tlie Peak Downs may be quoted as firm at £S0perton. Considerable quantities of gold are reach ing town by private band. Tlie usual weekly mercantile reports con tain no transactions of importance, merely anticipating a general improvement in trade from Uia settled state of tlie weather. The Bulletin of the...
Commercial Intelligence NORTH AUSTRALIAN OFFICE, Friday Evening [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 9 April 1864
€mwtttM Mdl'wntt Nobtb Acstbauak Office, Friday Evening. business nas undergone bnt a very slight improvement daring the week, and mnch of the dulness which characterised the trade or last week still continues. Communication with the country having been fully reopened, it was justly anticipated that a revival of business would immediately take place - bnt as yet farmers and others in the agricultu ral districts, seem to be ton mnch occupied with their farms and stock, alter the dam ages sustained by innndations. to send in their supplies to market. Many, indeed, cannot do so. from the fact of the produce of their lands being destroyed, they are left without any. The city has, therefore, been dependent upon the supplies received from Sydney by the ordinary weekly steamers. The Helvetia, barque, arrived from Mel bourne daring tba weak with &miseellaneoiis cargn, comristing of 170 chests of tea, ISO cases wine, a large quantity of ale. beer. and brandy ; 300 boxes of rice, 414 ...