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IPSWICH Monday. 11th April. 1864. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 12 April 1864
IPSWICH (FBOSt ODB OWN C0B.BE&0XDKNT.) Monday, lltii April, 1861. .' To tell a lie and stick to it,' appears to be the motto of 'Colonist,' tlie contents »f whose brain-pan must be addled, or his bump of comprehension far below the natural standard, accounting, perhaps, in some mea sure, for the fact of his telling snch a pro digious falsehood. Surely, he must have usurped the title of ?' Colonist :' if not. I must say he is a bright specimen to look alter the interests of the police force. It is we!! known, and too frequently happens, that men with little miuds, such as ' Colo nist,' invariably treat on matters before having made themselves conversant with the subject on which they intend writing ; and thus the pnblic have statements and assertions palmed off on them most un founded and grossly false ; in proof of which I refer ' Colonist 'to the depositions taken ia the case he cites, and if his reason be snch as to allow of his givibg them a careful perusal, he cannot do ...
No title [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 12 April 1864
'THBKOBTn AUSmAMAlP'is a purely social anil l»Utieal organ. It bdieru in a great destiny tor this oatetallr rich aai beanUfal land; and it al» beliens that nothing can contribute «o powerfully to the ejxwdy attainmnt or that destiny u union amongst all etctioni and elasm of ib pwole. TUB nnion is attainable only on one condition— XauatttToTRfenfs. M« 'Koatn Aosna uui' wul.tltenfdre, as well for tEe adTsncement of tl» eotony, as tatgn tbe principle is SataaaaHy lust, adtocate njual Gril, Ilelipoof, and Volttteal tOgiUfattJlealmUtt, imapectire Btenrj ranriden ion as to Creed or Country. It Lellms tbe OonstilnUao of the colony #hen &Mylnt«rpraUd.r«UT*mloprt.na dlond Cima-tlBD,tebeIntb BhentH? tin mat soltabto to our condilion tbat cool* hg dnbed. It «U1 tbmfate, uplioU U» GonaUtnUon in tt- intepi^r aadopposeallciiaiigeiiatt, cawpt ench as an (no dnced by^lU own adaptation and growth. It will condemn equally llw cBarti of tbe insigent lereller of society who woaM latog aU down t...
THE QUEENSLAND EMIGRATION SOCIETY. To the Editor of the Guardian. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 12 April 1864
THE QUEENSLAND EMIGRATION SOCIETY. To the Editor of the Guardian. Sib,— I notice ia to-day's issue of your paper, when commenting on Mr. Brookes* address to the electors of Brisbane, that you take occasion to inveigh once mare against the abuses which you say have been per petrated by 'the Queensland Immigration Society.** May I request tint you will be kind enough to state ia what did these abuses consist, of which von have spoken ao often and so bitterly? Were they relijrions or political, or, were the emigrants who came out under tho auspices of Uie Queensland Immigration Society badly treated in- a physical or moral point of -view? I hare been all along led to believe that the charges brought against this Society had been openly met and refuted in the most convincing manner; and shall feel modi obliged, indeed, if yon prove to me that I have lieeu deceived in this matter. . Be pleased to give insertion to this letter in to-morrow's issue of yonr paper, as I am convinced others a...
WEEKLY CALENDER [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 12 April 1864
WEEKLY CALEHDAK. *—.!«? &. Si 'i°S;8lIi^arr'tEr- H. X. n. jl ]W T l( )| It H Joerfay ? IS « 19 M! s s 2 10 a's»' Wednenlay-13; 620 6« 6 6 3 0 3 a) Thursday _.M, « 20 539 T 5 5 45 * 10 fWday ? IS. ,«2l S3S S 6 4 M ' S 0 Satarday ? 16 621 6 sS 9S5 2»5St. Sunday ? 17, 622 5S7 10 6 6 12 6 34 Monday ? M 6S2S38 11 6 ? M * fg
correspondence THE PROPOSED BRIDGE OVER THE DEEBING CREEK [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 12 April 1864
^~*=*asi=esK*ae&&BitS3&x&-XB'' ' THE PKOPOSED BRIDGE OVER THE DEEBtKG CREEK. Sib, — As the floods have now mainly sub sided, we mnst not forget tbe hardships endured by the inhabitants of the town of Ipswich during that visitation, from the want of firewood, in consequence of the im passible state of the roads in ever}- direction eading to the town. I deem it right to bring under the notice of the Government, the necessity that exists forerecting a bridge over the Deebing Creek on the main War wick road, to the left of the present police paddock, which could be constructed at a trifling expense. This is the only sure and safe outlet in lime of floods, for draymen to procure firewood for the town. Snch a iridge would afford accommodation to a large resident population on tbe east side of Pnrga Creek ; the black soil to the Nine Mile Water, and the extensive township of Churchill: the population of which places show a return ou the electoral roll of Wes...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 12 April 1864
^- ? - - - t HAIL ETEAMEB. : Qokekeuhd Steam Navigatioh Co. VfihiSl rriHB MAIL STKAM.ER SkMHGkSn, *- QUEENSLAND, will 3£&MBSLle*r*t°t MARYBOROUGH, i -MlWV GLADSTONE, and BOCK iAMPTON, THIS KVBNTKG, at hnlf. - axrt*O o'clock. _ , -Batss to Maei-boeocoh. K™'*-— ? f 1 15 O JwurnTickets ? 8 0 0 *'?«*« ? ? ? 0 16 6 ( glfre»«ut, per too ? 0 15 O illdora *° GtMlsroSB ^o B00KHAMMW.V. ff^ ^ JO»?K*grEPifENS.'Sejretarr. 1 fffticts- »:T^TOTICE.— MB. S. BLOOM bcjjs to in ?J-l form the population of Ipswich and ? the sarronoding districts that he has estab lished himself at premises in Brisbiia: ? street, comer of West-street, with a large m BOOTS & SHOES, MEnjrlish anS Colonial, to snit ladies and ' ??Beo'e«nen, Orders and repairs promptly d^^HMgvalersigmeVare i-ujuauM ?n-*«iijmfcj ' JaRHPbUonce. ? .-P^ J. MUBPHY, it'- Bell-street. 4 iX- ? Ipswich. Hth March. 1664. ? irjVTOTlCE TO MARINERS.— Masters or ly Vessels are cautioned against at present losing Freeman's Channel, as a Ban...
Commercial Intelligence [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 12 April 1864
-Simnnerrial gnftlltgnut. Our files of the S. M. Herald, per the Tarn Tarra, are to the 7th instant, but contain no intelligence of any commercial importance relative to that colony. The ship Alford arrived on the 6th inst. from London, with a cargo of general mer chandise. Advices from Melbourne to the 4th inst. had been received. The Age says : ? 'The import market shows signs of im provement. Numerous country buyers have been in themarketto day.andarery consider able business has, in consequence, been tran sacted. The demand for congou teas has been large. Sales have been effected of descriptions ranging from Is 10id to 2s 4d. Ten per cent. o.p. rum in quarter-casks has been placed at 3s 3d. A parcel of about six hundred bags colonial oats has been disposed of at 4s od for milling. Mattell's pale b^MiBjbaE been sold «rt a, «baa« nnaor 10. YeuHTferystal sugars have been quitted at £43. Malt has been more enquired for, bnt no transactions have as yet been reported.' The Herald cont...
SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE ARRIVALS [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 12 April 1864
^I&pfoS Intelligence. ABUVALS. April 9. — Louisa Maria, schooner, 40 tons, 'Captain Garcia, bom Maryborough. B. S. Warry. agent. April 11.— Tarn Tana, steamer, 650 tons. Captain H. Chatfield, from Sydney. Passengers — Mrs. Cottier, Bin. Simmons. Messrs. E. B. Sontberden, B. Davison, W. E. MacNisb, James Mooney.J. Brady, W. Smith, Master Hudson, and 50 in the steerage. For Wide Bay: three in the steerage. April II.— Prince Consort, Black Ball ?hip, 12W tons. Captain Acheron, from Xioadon via Maryborough. Bright Bro thers, agents. April 10.— Marion Benny, schooner, 65 tons. Captain Zofft, from Maryborough, with * cargo of cedar. April 12,— Grafton, steamer. S50 tons, -Taprain Maides, from the Clarence BiTcr. CtE&BASCE. April 11. — Helvetia, barque, 435 tons. Captain Whieting, for Newcastle, in ballast. No passengers. DEFAKTCBES. April 8.— Clarence, steamer, for Sydney. Passengers— Miss Lamb, Miss CanIL Mrs. BnitoB, Messrs. J. Hood, H. H. Ntcoll, and 11 in the steerage....
MUNICIPAL COUNCIL [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 12 April 1864
MUNICIPAL CODNCnu. Tns usual fortnightly meeting of the Council was held yesterday at the Municipal Chambers. Present : — The Mayor, and Aldermen Brookes, Edniondstone, Hock ings. Pettigrew, Petrie, Mayne, Martin and Stephens. The minutes of last meeting were read and approved. COBBESPONDEKCE. A letter was read from William Hobbs, in relation to the intended widening of Queen-street. A letter from Mr. Teevan, asking permis sion to erect an enclosure in Wharf-street. The Mayor thought that tho permission should be derived from the Police Magis trate. After some discussion, the application was granted, confining Litn, however, to the footpath. A letter from Sir. Coote, containing cer tificate in reference to the money due to the contractor for the Town Hall. A letter from the Manager of the Bank of Queensland, enclosing certificate to the effect that the sum of £3198 7s. was dne to the contractor. Mr. Petbie moved that il be referred to Improvement Committee. Mr. Eduosstoke moved that...
MEETING OF THE CATHOLICS OF BRISBANE [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 12 April 1864
MEETING OF THE CATHOLICS OF BRISBANE. A. meetikg of the Boman Catholics of Bris bane was held on Snnday evening last, at lialf-past four o'clock, at the School attached to St. Stephen's Church, for the purpose of receiving the first Report oftlic Committee appointed to obtain funds and superintend the erection of the new Church of St. Stephen. The Report prepared by the Committee has already appeared in the Brisbane jour nals. We regret that demands on onr space force ns to be brief in our report of the pro ceedings at the meeting, vhich was most unanimous and well-pleased with the exer tions of the Committee ana the Collectors. Shortly after the appointed time his Lord ship the Bishop took the chair, and ex p'ained to the ladies and gentlemen assem bled the object of the meeting, and congratulated the congregation on the progress which had been made since the committee had been-appniuted. The sue cess was an earnest showing that the work they had so successfully commenced could, wi...
CENTRAL POLICE COURT. Saturday. April 9. Before the Police Magistrate and L.A. Bernays, Justice of the Peace. DRUNKENNESS. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 12 April 1864
CENTRAL POLICE COUBT. Saturday, Afoil 9. Betoeb Hie Police Magistrate and L. A Bcr nays. Justice of the Peace. DKUKKEKKESB. David Collins, an incorrigible ofieidcr was sentenced to a month's imprisonaent' Thomas Fitzgerald and James Spring, fcera' Gued 10s. each, or the usual alternative. EJECTMENT. . ', Iu the case of Cribb v. Tliornhill. j Mr Doyle, for the defendant, applied for at «dl journmeiit until Monday, which was grafted F0BFEIT1XG BAIL. i Henry Wheeler, wlm had been committed to stand foi perjury, was charged on saspi. t'-°\ -, ''''B attempted to absconJfrom tU6 nail, but was discharged owing to his apprehension without n warrant.
NOTES AND NEWS [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 12 April 1864
STOIES AND JSTEWS. A pubuc meeting will be held at uoon to-day iu the Scbaolof Arts, for tbe parpoae of taking -Dto consideration the following measures :— lab The organization of* Gom. mittoe to establish a Fire Brigade, under proper management. 2nd. To consider the best means for supplying the town with water, as a temporary arrangement, prior to the completion of the water works, by having tanks erected near the Police Office, to be filled with water; also to arrange with owners of water carti to supply the same to any part of the city or suburbs in cases of fire. 3rd. Hie parsing of a Build ing Act by the Parliament, to compel all persoas building within the city to haw their structures erected either of brick or stone. 4th. To obtain subscriptions to hand over to those sufferers by the fire who may be disposed to accept the same. 5th. Tbat a committee be formed for the parpofe of carrying out tbe foregoing. We understand that the Queensland In surance Company are ao fortunate a...
DESTRUCTIVE FIRE. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 12 April 1864
DESTRUCTIVE FIRE. **T One or the most serious fires which IiasiB enrred in the history of the colouy brJre out on Queen-street yesterday mom about foui o'clock. Sergeant Lang, it To police force, was on duty at the time, j discovered smoke issuing from tliroo the premises of Mr. B. w. Feg^n/winj i spirit merchant. He immiuilihini... alarm and shortly afterwards the eJ I constabulary force, then in barracks », * on the spot, the fire bell in the mean ti ? being kept incessantly ringing. The to and Us environs was soon in a state f alarm, and almost tbe entire populatiun the north side were qnickly on the si, in tbe mean time the flames, fed by the ' flammable fuel in the store, spread w T fnghtfui rapidity, and a forked tongue of fi a shot high above the houses surmounted fc a dense volume of smoke. In a short tio , iwrpuitHawkes arrived ffitfaadetaciuna, t or the 12th Regiment, and several mciaS of the Volunteer Artillery were also in a™ dance, and rendered valuable aid. Tlie solita...
TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. SYDNEY. April 9TH [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 12 April 1864
TEtEGRAPHIC JSTEWS_ [TIIUOCOH GEEVILLE AND BIUD, IlECTEIt's agents) SYDXEY. April 9th. The examination of Gardiner wns proceeded with to-day. 1'olice-sergcant Ifiddicton, who was shot snd wounded by him wljile identified by Mr. Horsiugton as the man j who had rubbed him of eleven hundred j pounds (£ I M0.) The lust witness had been brought by the New South Wales Govern- i meat from New Zealand to identify the prisoner. It is stated on good authority tliat the Sew Zealand Government has refused to ratify the Panama contract. Colonel Oixon is said to be convalescent. April 11. The bushranger Gardiner is reiuauded until Friday. The collision between the Wonga Wonga and the schooner has been referred to the Navigation Board. The weatherjis still wet. The calamity which has befallen Bris bane, has caused considerable excitement, and much sypathy is felt for the sufferers. Arrival.— The Clarence. Departure— The Telegraph. The Clarence will sail on Thursday.
The North Australian. TUESDAY, APRIL 12, 1864. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 12 April 1864
€^6e ,f «rtj gustraftan. TOESDA r, APRIL 12. 16fll. Toe catastrophe whicU has alarmed our citizens to gucIi an extent as to suspend the business operations of the day, will not be without its advantages, if we rightly apprehend the lessons it teaches. A fire of primarily moderate dimensions, at such an hour in the morning, so speedily to collect a large number of SDectators. is suffered to spread to an extent which, had an or dinary wind been blowing, would have threatened the safety of Queen-street from one end to the other. We are bat expressing the opinion of many of 0ax most intelligent-residents when we say that had a decent and well regu lated activity been displayed at the commencement of the conflagration, or even some time afterwards, there need have been no difficulty in confin ing its range to the space between the North Brisbane Hotel on the one hand, and Messrs. Kingspord's shop on the other. But there was little activity of any kind, and when exertion was made it was n...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 14 April 1864
' THUESDAY, APRIL 14. By order orthe Bank of Queensland, Limi ted, on account of whom it may con cern. To Wine and Spirit Merchants, Grocers, Storekeepers, and others. ? Unreserved and absolute sale of 31 Barrels, 6 tons Crashed Sugar, SQaarter-casics superior Sherry, fine Golden, 100 Oases Lounde's Old Tom. Just tended, ex Flying Clond. ?*?' ABTIN tc DICKSOH hwe received in JxL stroctions from the Manager of the Bank of Queensland, Limited, to sell by auction, at the City Auction Mart, on THURSDAY, April 14, at 11 o'clock, On account of whom it may concern, B in diamond, Q at side, Section 1 to 34, 34 Barrels crashed sugar. BH No. 1, about 5 tons, duty paid. GP, section 1 to 4. over 1LS ; section 1 to 4 over 113 S Qnirter-tasks prime golden sherry. TX- in diamond, over section 1 to 100L 100 Cases Lonnde's Old Tom. each 1 dozen, in bond* rent paid up. The foregoing goods are all of genuine importation, being only now landing, ex Flying Cloud. Tbeir quality is superior, as can be asc...