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No title [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 14 April 1864
TUBlTOUni'AUSTUAUAN-barurdi HKial u« political orjmn. It l*liere« ia a gnat destiny lor UiIk natunuy rich and betalUal Uo4 ; u- it ?Ik belteres that notlilug eu coutribuh ?o powerfully to Ute ?pndr aUalnmmt or Uul dertinr as union amongst mil section* and clmsaes of It* people. Thb union is alUhiable only on ow- condition— Eqo»Utj- of nights. Tlie ' Komi Assiu Bur'wIll,tiKnron,u wen for the adTmneement ol Uie colony, u because tlie principle Is intrinsically jost, adroeate cqnal aril, Religion!', and Politic*! Rights for «tl colonist*, irretpectiFt of erenr consiaen lon u to Creed « Country. It before* Uie ConnUloUon or the colony when fairly interpreted, folly dereloped and ?lloved free action, to be in its liberality Uie most snitanki to onr condition tint eonld be derlsed. It will therefore, npboid the Constitution in its integrity and oppose all changes in It, except such as tn pro duced by its ou-n adaptation and growth. It will condemn ennally Uie effort* of the indigent lerel...
CENTRAL POLICE COURT TUESDAY, APRIL 12, 1864 BEFORE the Police Magistrate and Messrs. Douglas Austin and Petric, Justices of the Peace DRUNKENNESS. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 14 April 1864
CENTRAL POLICE COVBT. Tuesday, Apbii. 12, 1861. Befobe the Police Magistrate, and Messrs. Douglas, Austin, and Petrie, Justices of the Peace, DEDKKEKSESS. Wm. H. Collard. Stephen Hanivell, Henry Windley, Hobert Ashworth, and Sarah Jones, were severally find 10s. or 24 boors imprisonment. John Duncan, John Coleman. and Joseph Collard were discharged, with an admoni tion. LAItCENY. A dozen indictments, growing ont of theft at the late fire, were heard before the court this morning. The evidence was very similar in all the cases. The various prisoners possessed themselves of goods which had been rescued from the flames, and were temporarily placdin the street. They were disposed of as under. Ann Henney, fined 20s. or in default 14 days in goal. Bridget Fitzgibbon, find 20s. which was paid. Mary Qnigley. fined 20s. Mary J. Osbome was fined 20s., or 48 hoars in default. Felicia Walsh was discharged, as no one appeared in Court to identify the parasol she was accused of stealing. Ellen Ca...
LATER AMERICAN NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 14 April 1864
LATER AMEBICAN NEWS. Longstreet is repotted to have attacked Knoxville with brilliant result. It is stated that the Federal forces under Tassewell have retreated towards Cumber land Gap, and that tlie Confederates have seized an island in tlie Mississippi, and taken possession of Corinth aud Petersburg. They also took Berlington. but were ulti mately obliged to retire to tho James Biver. Butler has been sent out by the Federal Government on an Expedition. new draft, which was to commeuce on March 10. . Porter is fitting out a formidable fleet on the Mississippi side of Charleston. A land and naval expedition has been despatched to Florida. Gold fifty-nine.
ARRIVAL OF THE ENGLISH MAIL [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 14 April 1864
ARRIVAL OF TUB ENGLISH MAIL. The English News, through Center, has ar rived at Adelaide via Alexandria, per the It M.S. S. Madias. Tbe vessel bas been de layed by tho Mediterranean Steamer having made a somewhat protracted voyage. The following are the chief items of in terest :— Western Australia intends nicmoralizing tbe Home Government against the con tinuance of transportation. Six desperate Convicts have escaped from the road party at King George's Sound. The divorce cose in which Lord Palmcr 6ton was co-respondent, bas come to uothiug. Tbe petitioner has declined to proceed, on account, it is stated, of tlie matter having been compromised. The JudgeoftheCourt in which proceedings were commenced, (the Divorce Court), has severely censured the petitioner, aud stated that there was not the slightest stain on the character of Lord Palmerston. General Cameron has been created Knight Commander of the Bath (K.C.B.) New VoliK, Nov. 19 — Stecnnan occupies Cario. Jackson is on the Missi...
NOTES AND NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 14 April 1864
ISTO-TES -A-KTD 3MJ=iWfc5. The Bridge. — We should be gfad to sec a little more activity displayed by the Corpo ration iu Uiis matter. Time enongh bas elapsed to settle what little remained to be completed. The Bridge Committee of the Council were to have bronght up a report last Monday, and did not. Is it necessary for another Citizens' Bridge Committee to set to work to prompt tbis rather dilatory body into a decent activity? Let it be understood that procrastination is not the order of the day. Verb. tap. tat. If a public exhibition of tbe weakness of human nature were lacking, it would only be necessary to refer to the action which but tnuupired sinoe tbe late disas ?strous fire.. Tha parties concerned and the general pnblic, lulled into a feeling of security by tbe pact happy immunity «f our citizens from the calamity of fire, took no precautionary measures to guard against tho general foe, but slum bered and slept, as it were, as the eoub of men did before the flood, reckoning...
LATER ENGLISH. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 14 April 1864
LATER ENGLISH. Wool is very quiet, and enquiry is only being made for immediate requirements. The home Government announces that the Tuscaloosa was seized at the Cape, on insufficient grounds, and orders her to be released. The Channel Squadron is ordered to Eng land. Tbe Poles hive gaiued several victories. Judgment bas been given by the Privy Council in favor of the Essayists and Ec viewers with costs of appeal. Considerable sensation has been created in Ecclesiastical circles by the decision. The Archbishops of York and Canterbury have dissented.
Wednesday, April 13. Before the Police Magistrate and Messrs. Douglas and Bernays Justices of the peace DRUNKENNESS. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 14 April 1864
Wednesday, April. 13. Before the Police Magistrate and Messrs. Douglas and Bernays, Justices of the Peace. DRUNKENNESS. William Henderson, John Buckley, Andrew Wilson, Carl Wischnmway, and Hendrick O'Neils, were severally fined 10s., or &nbsp; 21 hours in default. LARCENY. Samuel Stanfield, who was remanded on Tuesday last, was further remanded until this day. ROBBERY. Patrick Dryden. remanded on Tuesday, was again brought up on the charge of stealing goods to the value of £30, the pro- perty of Messrs. Kingsford. From the evidence of Constable Kennedy. it appeared*that the prisoner committed the theft on the morning of Monday. The goods had been removed from the blazing store and were placed in the street. The prisoner took advantage of the confusion prevailing to purloin the property, which consisted or three black coats, three dress pieces, one lady's silk mantle, and some articles of minor value. Constable Kennedy effected prisoner's arrest at abont 8 o'clock the same mo...
DONATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 16 April 1864
Donations. £ s. d. Ahem, Mr. P ? 25 O O Ahearn, Mr. James .. . . 2 10 O Baines, Mr. J ? 10 0 O Boland, Miss ? 10 0 Brabant and Co ? .. 600 Brcnnan, Mr. J. .. .. .. 5 0 0 Bridjjcman, H. S. J ? 5 0 0 Itrody, Mr. P. ? 2 0 0 Brown, Mr. J. (Qneen-strect) .. 10 0 O Brown.Mi-. J. (r'ortitude Valley) 10 0 Bryan, Mr. 11 ? 10 0 Buckley, Mr. T. A ? 3 0 0 Burns, Mr. P. ? 5 0 0 Butler, Mr. Tobias ,. .. 0 10 0 C.-tilaghan, Mr. W. .. .. 15 0 Cameron, Mrs ? 10 0 0 Campbell, Mr. M ? 6 0 0 Carmody, Mr. J. .. .. .. 0 10 0 Carmody. Mr. B ? 2 0 0 Caircy, Mr. M ? 10 0 Coffee, Mr. C ? 10 0 Colligan, Mrs. A ? 0 10 0 Considinc, Mr. J ? 2 0 O Corbctt. Mr. Timothy .. .. 12 10 0 Cony, Mr. M. ? 2 0 0 Corp. Mr. ? 5 6 0 Crawley. Mrs ? 0 5 0 Criiiuion, Mr. Thomas .. .. 10 0 Cuddy, Mr. Jnmes .. ..10 (I Ciiskela, Mr. .James .. .. 10 0 Cuskcla, Mr. William .. .. 2 0 0 Llarragh, Mr. Joseph .. .. 15 0 0 Davis, Mrs. .. .. .. 2 O O Dcnnyer, Mrs ? 2 0 0 Diguam, Mr. James ... .. 10 0 Donovan, Mr. D. .. .. .. 5 0 O Dowling,...
Shipping Intelligent ARRIVALS AND DEPARTURES FROM THE 16TH MARCH TO THE 16TH APRIL INCLUSIVE ARRIVALS [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 16 April 1864
, JIMei InteUigente. ? ABBIVALS AND DEPABTUBES XfeOM IBB 16TH UllCSIa SBC 16TH AFBO. ? XsTCbU&lVK. ABBrvAXS. March. 17.— Clarence, steamer, EDO tons, Captain ifiDman, from Sydney. ? March 21. — CoUaroy, sterner, 500 tons, Cottier, from Bockhampton. M«rch 21.— Tarn Tarn, steamer, 600 tons, Chatfieli, from Sydney. Ma«& 23.— Telegraph, steamer. 700 tons, Coote, from Sydney. Hatch 23.— Cyclone, schooner, 89 tons, C. W. Dnncan, bom Newcastle. ~ March 23.— Sarah Pile, schooner, 115 tons, J.B. Smith, from Adelaide. * March S3. — Rebecca, barque, 166 tons, March, from Adelaide. : March 23.— Bonnie Doon, barque, 216 tons. Wybrow, from whaling grounds. March 26.— -Clarence, steamer, 500 tons, MQlman, from Sydney. Much 29.— Eagle, steamer, 300 tons, Page, from Port Deniion. March 30.— Qnenuluia. atnmar. GOO tons, CutfiMTjCHnnnoitinni Forts. March SI. — Gnooring, steamer, 41 tons, J. Iiown, from Bf ooloolah. April L — Star of the . Evening, steamer, Ij. Scott, from Newcastle. Ap...
FORTITUDE VALLEY [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 16 April 1864
FOBTTTODE VaLLET. St. Mary's .. I H'Swiney and I I I ? I M-Oroarfr.. ] 33 I 4|2 St. Patrick's.. I Malone and) II ? I Murphy.... 1 13 I g|3 SLDominick'8 1 Coghlan and I j I I Shanahan .. 1 13 1 7 | 3 SL Bridget's I Massy and I t 1 I Fogarty .. 1 13 1 12 1 0 St. Ann's.... i Beardon and] I I I Bohan .... | 6 \ 18 1 6 Bt. Joseph's.. I Howard and I I I ? I Tracy ? 1 10 1 10 | 3 St. Peter's . . 1 Scanlan and I I I ? 1 Kenny ? | 6 | 12 | O Breakfast Crk. ( M^Campbell .. | 1 | 5 J O Total ? |98J~i2T5
AMOUNT COLLECTED During past quarter, ending March 31,1864. Weekly Collections. NORTH BRISBANE . [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 16 April 1864
V ? — AMOUNT COLLECTED During past quarter, ending March 31, 1864. Weekly Collections. NOBTII BUISBAKE. £ s. d, Collectors for Margaret-street — Thomas Crawley and M. Dunne ? 3 G 1 Collector for Mary and Charlotte streets— Mr. P. Lynch .. 10 0 Collector for Rlizabeth-strcet — Dr. P. X. Heeney .. ..240 Collectors for Qncen-street — Messrs. Bolger and Kelly .. 0 0 0 Collector for Alice, Adelaide, and Anne-strects — Mr. William Callahan ? 1 10 O Collector for Eaglc-strect — Mr.J.Qninlan .. .. 13 0 Collector for Creek-street— Mr. John Keating .. .. S 14 C Collectors for Leichliardt, Bowen, and Boundary streets — ? ? Bfeksn. ^_ McQrsth. Bit- ' Cndy .. .. .. „ S 6 ] Collector for Albert-street— Sir. JohnHanley ? S 3 0 Collectors for Edward and George streets— Messrs. P. ? O'Neil and J. McDcrmott .. (11 t Collector for Bnrnett Lane— Mrs. Davis ? 12C Collector for Milton Road— Mr. J. Smith ? ISO Totai. ? 26 6 8
ADELAIDE. March 17. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 16 April 1864
ADELAIDE. March 17. Wheat is 63 Sd per bushel. Flour, £21 per ton. March .26: Wheat and flour remain at the samo rates. ? March 28. The Maria has cleared for Brisbane with a cargo of wheat and flour. March 30. Wheat is 7s 6d per bushel. Flour is £22 per ton, and the price is rising. April 6. Wheat is 7s. per bushel. April 11. Wheat is six and eleven pence (Cs lid) per bushel. April 12, Wheat is seven shillings (7s.) per busheL Flour is selling at £21 per ton, net. April 13. Tbe English mail was sighted at 4 p.m.