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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 3 October 1863
JJATUKDAVS Begnlar Rale at Tattera O all's Horse Baxaar. Albert and Adelaide streets. W. H. KENT will seU bj' auction, THIS DAY at Twelves' o'clock, Boraes, Drays, and Harness. . . . rriHB ROYAL AUSTRALIAN- SH00T- X ING GAIXEBY is. now opened for Rifle Practice, Edward-street, near comet of Queen-street. WILLIAM FLEToHEB, Gun&nith, Proprietor. *
AT THE WORKHOUSE GATE. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 3 October 1863
? # AT THE WORKHOUSE GATE. ('From the Nation, 27th June.) A scese took place at tbe workhouse-gate of Westport on Thursday, the IBrhinst., which ought not to he lost* on the country or its rulers. Ko less than seven hundred famish ing human beings dragged their starved,and spent, and withered limbs distances vary ing from ten to twenty miles, to seek the cold unchristian hospitality of the work house. Thev were accompanied bv the Curate of the parish, the Rev. Mr. Ryan, on their saddening errand. Who else but their Soggarth Aroon would take the slightest trouble about them, or even grieve if one and all of them were to pay the last debt on their weary way, or before the gate of that Bastfle wherein they sought shelter, from the famine that gnawed them at home? Out of the seven hnndred only some four score were admitted. The guardians, it appears, on learning of the approach, of so many applicants, would rather be out of the xvay ; but still, so terribly urgent were the several cases...
THE EUROPEAN DIFFICULTY. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 3 October 1863
THE EUROPEAN DIFFICULTY. CFrom the Naiiom.) At length the condition of Poland has become, in name as well as in reality, a European question. It has been widely reported and universally believed, that Aus tria, France, and England have come to an understanding with regard to the course which they will, together, adopt on tbe sub |wc'-innnta-ifinirfiiaM%' no onTdal declaration of this new extension of the entente cordial*. Bnt, so far as announce ment in the semi-official Paris and Vienna journals, and the very emphatic statements ol IiOrd Palmerston at a. public dinner, on Saturday, in London, and on Monday night in the House of Commons, can be regarded as sufficient vouchers, we cannot entertain any doubt of the correctness of the report. TJnfortnnately, these authorities, while they assure us of tbe fact of agreement between the Three Powers, let as know also that the sphere within which they propose to exer cise their influence or action is rather limit ed. It seems to be taken f...
EUROPEAN MEWS. EMIGRATION TO THE AUSTRALIAN COLONIES. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 3 October 1863
etjho^ba-xt :n:ewi3 EM1GRATION TO THE AUSTRALIAN COLONIES. A Love debate took place is One home Par liament (Commons, July 14), on consider ation in committee of ti*o *? tJoiem Relief Aid Acts Continuance Bill.' Mr. Guilders, in moving the resolution — 'Tlmi in tbe opinion of Ibis Booce, it is dcsiralle that any moneys raised under this bill bv way of loan on the security of the rates in the distressed m-nnfac4urinf districts should beapptic&Me to assisted emigration to such colonies as may be triUidg to co operate in carrying it oat,' after entering into numerous statistical de tails, with reference to emigration from the three kingdoms during past years, indulged in the following observations on the subject of emigration to the Asstralian colonies : — The emigration he (Mr. Childers) wished to assist would only be to those (Australian) colonies which were willing to co-operate in carrying it out. The most important of our southern colonies was now Victoria, the po pulation...
WIND AND WEATHER. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 3 October 1863
WIND AND WEATHER. Brisbane, S.G., fine; Lytton, E.. fine; Ipswich, calm, fine ; Laidley, calm and fine ; Toowoomha, calm and fine ; Drayton, calm, fine; Warwick, calm and fine; Sydney, W., fine.
MARYBOROUGH. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 3 October 1863
MABTBOBOUGH. (From the Chronicle.] Tsx Wide B«y branch of the Iieagae hare met weekly since, its appointment at the public meeting on the l«h nU. At the first meeting Mr: Walsh 'was elected chajr 'man, Mr. H. Palmer vioe-chairman, Mr. Melville, treasurer, and Messrs. Purser and Boberts joint hon. secretaries. At a anb ?ejnent meeting, MfcRM.- White was elected to the office of secretary. Commu nicafioaB h*ve been openea with local com mittees at Bochampton, Gladstone, md Gayndah, and as soon as some common basis is fixed on, ?programme of the Iieague will be published, and a systematic and sns tainedagitatioa wiU be commenced. / . We have been informed that Mondure bridge over the Bsrambah, and tbe work' at I*wtess' range oh the southern road, are now completed. A working party is to be sent iniatonoe :fo complete the cutting atBaronne Gap, tin the Gayndah line. ? We also learn that Barambah bridge, under the «uperin tenaenoetf Mx.jbeirli, Jsprofnnmg satia. tetoriljr; . In the Folic...
[?] [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 3 October 1863
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NANANGO. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 3 October 1863
NANANGO. (From the Corrttrxmdent of the JSurnetl Argus.) News of late has been very scarce ; no thing stirring worthy of note, our township being nearly deserted ; building work at an end, and likely to remain so till after the shearing. Police Court business has for some time also been at a stand still, and the only occu Dants of the lock-up nave been an absconder from Taabinga station, aud a blackfcllnw charged on suspicion of robbing a shep herd's hut ou the Cooyer run. The bolter having the offer to return and complete hie engagement, very wisely preferred the alternative to that of passing some time in Brisbane gaol. The blackfellow had a hear ing before G. Clapperton, Esq., J.P., but though there were KnnuadUNfor suspicion to warrant his apprebensioo, yet the police failed to trace *ny nf tfe. -*»*» pnyerty, «nd for want of sufficient evidence he had to be discharged. The present abundance of young feed and fine weather being so favourable to the lambing, all the squatters aro...
The North Australian. SATURDAY, OCTOBER 3, 1863. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 3 October 1863
SATUSSDAT. OCTOBERS. 1863. The Treasurer has once more published his official quarterly statement of the comparative expenditure of the colony. It exhibits an increase on the quarter of £11,539 7s. 6d., and s total of £125,893 8s. 3d., and upon this we pre sume the Government again will rejoice and its supporters be glad. Taken as an indication of the prosperity of the conBtrv, in despite of anv inisrnnmrn. ment, it is at first sight satisfactory, although an analysis might somewhat dimmish even this feeling; tut, how ever tfc&'ma; be, we utterly deny that any portion of congratulation is doe to the Ministry of the day ; on the contrary, we believe that had they not so criminally and ignorantly interfered with the natural operation of our Im migration System, the progress would have been greater — the income pro portionally increased — and the pros perity of the colony accelerated in & corresponding ratio. The Cnstoms Duties are the natural exponents of the industria...
GAYNDAH. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 3 October 1863
GAYSDAH. ffrom the Burnett Argue.) At a meeting of the committee of the Hos pital, held within that institution on Wed nesday last. D. M, Jones, Esq., of Boonara, in the chair, the minutes of the previous meeting having been read and confirmed, the secretary read the applications made to him for the situation of matron and her assistant, which were from Mrs. and Mr. Abram Heaton, Mr. and Mrs. M*Conomy, and Mr. and Mrs. Beauermann. It was proposed and seconded that the services of the last named parties be accepted for three months from the 1st proximo at the rate of £100 per annum, and that the secretary be instructed to prepare and get completed an agreement to that effect. We have with pleasure to mention that the chairman of the present meeting (Mr. D. M. Jones) has very kindly given a donation to the institu tion of a couple of milking cows. We aro also directed by the secretary to acknow ledge the receipt by him of a. subscription in aid of the hospital from some of the em - pl...
TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. IPSWICH, Friday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 3 October 1863
TCBIXEGXtAFaaxO SMJJWg. (feom ode own cobbespondknts.) IPSWICH. Friday Evening. It is with very gnat plearore I forward yon the news that has just reached me, that Mr. G. H. Hall, lie Editor of the Queens land Tima, haB been found. This is all tbe information on the subject that has yet been received : and, as it is late, I am afraid I snail obtain bo finibar particulars before the closing of the Telegraph Office.
PROVINCIAL MEWS. DARLING DOWNS. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 3 October 1863
PBOVHTCIAI, 3MJESWB. DARLING BOWKS. The Toommba Chronicle writes :— An ad journed meeting was held in the Town HalL on Friday evening last, for the pur pose of hearing reports and estimates drawn op by Messrs. Jones and Walker, stating the probable cost of a flour mill building, with machinery, Ac, as would be necessary to carry out the object in view. About twenty persons were present; all of whom appeared to take a lively interest in the pro ceedings. After the reading of paper on the subject by Mr. Jones. Mr. Walker then stated that he bad received * communica A&guL&eoBk jjf^Hp^nt^i^ offiannRdan engine ^n^ stones for she fenm «™ gftTw.^WHittfiiffMwfiP^w^ Melbourne. A committee of seven was then formed for the purpose of issuing shares — to consist of 200 at £10 each. Twenty seven shares were taken op in the room, and the proceedings terminated. We IChnrnde] particularly call the atten tion .of tile large number of German and other farmers residing in the 'vicinity...
SYDNEY. September 30. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 3 October 1863
SYDNEY. September 30. Obdbb'b trial for embezzlement has been postponed until to-morrow. The Her. Father Murphy died anddenly while travelling through the country near SingletoB. The Volunteers selected from among tbe Victorian BiSemen to compete in the forth coming intercolonial matches hare arrived. Byrch, toe Ventriloquist, and his tronpe have sailed for Brisbane. The A-SJ*. Company's steamer. Collaroy left this evening for Brisbane. Eeports of the depredations of Gilbert and his gang in thm neighbourhood of Ba thnrEtare increasing in number and reck fcmnwwi - -.- . '? j „;-(.*. ,^»»^i«« «:*:-.? - ?,:??- .'-- ' ? '?? October 1. Tbe trial of Ohnbb, which baa been ooon pying- one of the Courts ?& day. is not yet finished. The trial of the two men for the murder of toe woman is the Domain is also being heard. ? ; - ' ? The Assembly b ducuuing the auorgan ised*tateaf the Interior, earned by buah rangingandthe inefficiency of the poliee force, The Colonial Searstary has announ...
Friday, OCTOBER 2. Before the Police Magistrate and Mr. Forbes. J.P. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 3 October 1863
Friday, Ootobes 2. Before the Police Magistrate and Mr Forbes. J.P. Billy, an aboriginal, charged with being drunk, was discharged. WIIAJAM JOHN FBANCIS AKO AMELIA FBANC1E. The plaintiff, like a truant, came before the Bench to seek protection against his -better half, whom he considered to be a dangerous virago. The Bench kindly considered his case, and bonnd himself and his exemciatrix to keep die peace for six montha. When asked if he was contented 'in the usual way,' he replied he had too much inspect for troth to Bay yes. After some hesitation, however, he said he was satisfied.
SHIPPING. IMPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 3 October 1863
[?] ' imposts. Saldanha, from Liverpool :?» packages. J. M-ConneU; ^.packages. O. SKJonneB; 1 box. Her. B. G. Wilson: 4 crates earthen ware, Simon FMssr; 1 pair wieeU. 1 pair prings, 1 c«rt boay, Charles Fletcher : 80 1 firkins batter, 22 cases, Milner's sties, ISO cases porter, 6 crates earthenware, 25 boga beada. 50 eases ale/1120 sacks salt. 11 cases. Bright Brothers; tfUwxes, 18 cases glass, J9. Brooks; 9 package* hardware, 11 kegs * - ' nails, 40 barrels cement, T. H. Jones and Oo ; 30 esses hams. 900 oases bottled beer, J. and G. Harris ; 1 box effects, John Hunter ; 2 hogsheads, 4 crates earthenware, W. and B. Brooks ;1 box, G. Baft' and Co; lease. E. W. Hargreavea : 2 boxes slates, J. Mil lar: 240 bandies wire, H, Box and Co; 6 anchors, 1 case, Ferry Brothers ; 2 cases, Barry; 16 packages machinery, 2 bales cot ton bags, 3 oases hardware, 1 cask. Order. (From Oreenook): 32 boxes corn floor, 1 case starch, 3 boxes biscnits, 9 crates earth ?nwan, 630 casks bottled ale. 10 hogs...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 3 October 1863
-. , mHE KORTS ATTSTBAZIAUT is^trab t -.? A lisfaad on TrasDAX, TBomsDJuSTuid . . Batbkbat mornings, and forwarded to . , Country Subscribers by the earliest mails. TEBMB OF OTBSCBIPTIOH. I Per Quarter, in advance ? 9s. j \ 'Per Quarter, credit ? iqs. J *~ Single Number ? ? 4^ j . r '?'.'. ' ThaQuarters terminate on the 31st March, | ?„-* . j SOth Jnne,300i6eptemDer,ana31itDecem-l , ,'? 7*ber,/st which periods only can resignation I beSjneceived.. Notices of resignation will I not be attended to unless given in writing. I . . Subscribers . will be charged from the I .... date of commencing their subscriptions. i *-,..? ?♦:, TKBME OF ApyKBTlBlSO. I Tiro lines, or under a quarter of an ] inch ? 1 0| ? Foot lines, or trader half an inch.... 2 01 - «ix lines, or tinder three-quarters of I i i an inch ? 2 -6 I . ..; Bight lines, or. under one inch .. . S Ol 1 Brery additional eight lines, under 1 anind......... ? 10M rsmas or oaoomrr. j p 6 Consecutive Insertions ? 10 a cent I' 26 „ „ ? ...
METEOROLOGICAL OBSERVATIONS. THURSDAY, OCTOBER 1, 1863. Taken at 9 a.m. (Per Electric Telegraph.) [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 3 October 1863
METEOBOLOGICAL OBSERVATIONS. Tbubsdat, October 1, 1863. Taken at 9 a.m. (Per Electric Telecraph.) Barometer, corrected, Sydney, 30100; thermometer (shade), 64-7 ; force of wind, 1 ; cloud, 8.
COMMERCIAL [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 3 October 1863
'nOSfWrmoiAIa Fabs & Gabdes Psoecce. — B. & B. Bnl cock quote the following as the enrrent wholesale prices:— Floor, £11 to £16 per ton; seed potatoes not much enquired for, prices from £12 per ton ; new potatoes £12 per ton ; sweet potatoes, £5 per ton ; maize, 4s. 3d- per bushel ; oaten hay, £12 per ton ; lncerne hay, £11 pe.' ton ; pumpkins, £3 10s. per ton ; bran, £8 10s. per ton ; pollard. £8 10s. per ton; barley, seed. 6s. 6d. per bushel; meed oats, 8s. per bushel ; apples, 16s. to 22s. per case; pines, 3s. to 8s. per dozen; butter, is. 3d. per Ib. by the keg ; eggs. Is. 3d. per dozen; vegetable marrows, 2s. per dozen; oranges. Is. to Is. 4d. per dozen. Be tail prices— Potatoes, 2d. per 1b. ; sweet po tatoes. 7s. 6d. perewt.; maize, 6s. 6a. per bushel; oaten hay, 15s. perewt.; bran, 2s. 3d. per bushel by the hag, or 2s. 6d. par bushel ; seed barley. 7«.6d. par bushel ; seed oats. 10a. per bushel ; barley, 7s. 6d. per bushel: fiart'a floor, 20s. per lOOIbs, - He...
IPSWICH. Friday, October 2. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 3 October 1863
IPSWICH. (FBOM CUB OWN COEKE6POKDEKT. ) Friday. October 2. The anxiety caused by the disappearance of Mr. Hall has attained a very painful degree. .Notwithstanding the diligent search already made, up to the time I write no intelligence has been had of him. A party of his old companions, uf whom he so lately took leave, the Volunteers, started this morning on foot with the intention of making a strict search for the unfortunate gentleman. I trust their efforts will prove successful, and restore Mr. Ball to his -U— »Mj ? -.- ? -- ? ' '' ?- ?'?' — - — ^-^ ? *--* At the time I write, a few minutes to two o'clock, the Police Court is still sitting; I send the cases disposed o£