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ROCKHAMPTON [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 19 April 1864

BOCKHAMPTON. Wb extract tho following items of North Queensland news from the Bockhampton Bulletin of the 12th instant :— A gaol delivery of an nndesired. if not unprecedented character, was very near oc curring on Saturday niglit last. The watch man on duty, about II p.m., while throwing *?*.» K»ome nf hits lantern nn and down the walls, observed a suspicious protuberance, and, hastening to the spot, grasped a man emerging like a mouse from a hole in the wall. While securing the gentleman desi rous of making his exit by so novel an aperture, asccond prisoner dropped from the clouds on tiie astonished Cerbeus, who then lustily bawled out for aMiitancs, and wai reinforceS by the garrison. A moment's examination revealed the mystery. Seven of the prisoners confined in one cell, by some means or other had procured a splinter of hardwood, with which they had loosened a brick, worked at its fcllows.and established a breach sufficient to permit a man to creep through. A few minutes more a...

Publication Title: North Australian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
ENGLISH MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 19 April 1864

ENGLISH MAUKErS. Files of Sydney journals have been received per Clarence, to the 14th instant, from theS. M. Herald of that date, we extract the following items of English coinincrciai news: — * There is a. decline iu the value of ship meuts during the pr.st mouth to the Australian colonies of £229.543. the union :it of exports being £605.071. against £:«7,fil4 for the previous month. To Melbourne the shipments during January show a decrease of £236,447, to Sydney a decrease of £0IS.72G, .ind to Adelaide a decrease -if £1852. To llobart Towu and New Zealand, however, the shipments show an increase. The wool market is reported quiet, but buyers refuse to pay an advance on November rates, and prefer waiting Tor tbe March sales. The arrivals to date amount to 3S.125 bales. ° With regard to Uic produce markets, bides are not so firm, and only 4 Id per ib. is ob tainable for the best Australian heavv hides. Leatjier is iu better dcrn&ud, and Australian has brought an advance of ...

Publication Title: North Australian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
JIMBOUR. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 19 April 1864

JIMBOUR. (FEOM A COEEESrONDENT ) The weather during the week ending last mouth was very unsettled; since then it has continued fine till this evening. A heavy thunderstorm has justpassed over us, and there are indications of a change. I wish to correct a mistake I made in my last as to the date ot tbe drowning of John Quinn; it should have been the 20th in SUIIIL lUSWall VI U11IUIU) as |iuuti-]ubu. -^ ??*j body of Quinn was found three days after the accident, through the exertions of the men on the station. Two of them, named Hunter and Carmody. diving in the creek, discovered the body with a bridle entangling the arms across the back. Mr. Low having provided a coffin, the body was conveyed into Calby, where ou the 21th instant, the Police Magistrate held an enquiry and ordered the interment of the body. Any effects belonging to the deceased were taken charge of by Mr. Low to be forwarded to the proper quarter. A hone stealer who stole a horse, saddle, and bridle from this station ...

Publication Title: North Australian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
METEOROLOGICAL OBSERVATIONS. Take at 9 a.m. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 19 April 1864

lIETBOSULOGtCAL OBSERVATIONS. ? ? Taken at 0 ajn. April 16. — Brisbane, barometer (cor rected). 29605 ; thermometer (shade), 74-1; ditto (dry bulb), 74'9 ; do (wet bulb), 668; force of wind, 2; cloud, 0. April 16. — Brisbane, barometer (corrected), 29-947; thermometer, (shade). 687; ditto dry bulb, «6-4; ditto (wet bulb). 598; force of wind, 2 : cloud. 2. fnv electric TELUGUirn.] April 18. — Sydney, barometer (corrected), 31-159 ; thermometer (shade), 4-:V0 ; ditto* {dry bulb), 68-0 ; .ditto (wet, bulb). 57-3 ; force of wind, 2 ; cloud, 9. WISD XSB W2ATHEE. April 16.— Brisbane, S.S.W., fine and dear; JLytton, S.W., and Cue; Ipswich, 6., and fine's Laidley, W., and fine ; Toonoomba, calm and fine; Dray ton, W., and fine; Warwick, calm and fine ; Dalby, N.W., snd fine. April IS.— Brisbane. SjS.W, fine and cool; Lytton, K.S.W., fine and cool ;~ Ips wich, S.E., and fine; Laidley.calm and fine ; Toowoomba, calm and dull; Drayton, E, and clondy ; Warwick, &M.. strong and fine ; Oa...

Publication Title: North Australian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
DARLING DOWNS. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 19 April 1864

DAELISG DOWNS. TFrom tlie D. D. Gazette. Anril H.I We observe that a number of new build ings are springing up in Knthvoii -street. Mr. Wonderlcy has just hai completed a very neat brick building next to tlie Medical Hall. This is about to be occupied by Mr. Harris as a watchmaker and jeweller's shop. The design is very good, and the plate-glass iroUL is aemacuiy uiu uuuiuuiucsi uuc ai preseut in Toowoomba, and when it is set off by samples of Mr. Harris' stock will not be unworthy of a much larger town. A little further down the street, a very large brick store is being erected for Mr. E. W. Robinson. This buildincr is worthy of par ticular attention, as being the first two storied house ever built in the town. Still further down, two large stores are being erected— one on Mr. W. H. Groom's ground for Mr. Jolm Mathewson, and the other for Mr. Eidley, on his own property. Besides the buildings mentioned. Mr. Phillips, the baker and storekeeper, has had -a handsome new front |Htt to ...

Publication Title: North Australian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
1864. TIME TABLE, Showing Daily Arrival and Despatch of Inland Mails [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 19 April 1864

I o«4. TIME 'TABLE, Showing Doily Arrivsi mid Despatch -,! Inland Mails s '*: . . * r ;. ? -£ I; 'in I if1!- l !ii I; I iW^UH is | ' 1 1 «:\ iliilTlIf ^1 1 f! 5 1 it-, =. iw* jrig.r. i = 5 l&Sg-^s.S-g^ .^If* Ug S . o J % II !e H :| tl iiji flip IH 'Wm\ I ;j \ \ 1 Is ; ij i jJL I- J III ? L * And auul etmuncr to Norlhcru l'ort* er«y a.U«ruat« TuesJay. '?TUB KOKTII ArSTIEALlAN'*!* a imwly sociid and political organ. It, I»c!icvci- ia a great deftiny lor this naturally rich ruiJ licautifnl laud ; ami it alsi) belie res. lliat uoUiiu s Cjui coutribntc so vovrci-fully to Llir: sn^-.ly alUtuim'iiL of tljat of iu people. Iliit union i- altaiml.le oulty on one coiidttiou— equality of UijiMs. Tlic ** K-«xn Auste.1 u.ot'wil!tllii:n;lori',ari veil for Uic atiranwueut ol tlit colony, as because tlic ]-rixiciple is intriuMcally ju-tp atlvocnlQ erftual Civil, lteiigiou^ fti.J IVlTti.-a. Kijlitsfornllculoui^ty, irrcspoclirc of wury coa.siJira 1011 as to OroCil or Oouulrc, It l.ilicv.5 the ...

Publication Title: North Australian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
IPSWICH Friday. 15th April. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 19 April 1864

IPSWICH (PCOII OCn OWK CORRESPONDENT.! Friday. 15th Anril. The grand event of the season — the races, is gradually drawing near, and many crack horses, with their owners, have arrived some time time' since. At early dawn, a long line of favorites in their thick clothing can. be seen wending their way to the train ?OK KIWUHJ, |£KaJK*«UJT IUBH -*UV WftiC UI the respective owners. If I can judge ; ri^Wm^. Ifrom th. Veparitions now going on, the nnmenHH entries, and tlie . unusual -mctivfl^' i u Bportin|r circles. l-ida f*ir to j-Ivjl! anjroribi pcadcaeatotv, and tbe publie are looking forward to a brief season of pleasure at a time when Ipswich will be the centre of Attraction to the whole colony. Two very successful operations have been performed during the present week at tlie Ipswich Hospital Tbe first and most im portant was that on a female patient named Banks, suffering from cancer of the left breast, the entire removal of which was ac complished in the short time of twenty minut...

Publication Title: North Australian, The
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NOTICE TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 19 April 1864

SOTICE TO -1}EEESrOXl)EXTS. lilfounded liumours nut clouml up. eonreniin? Tlie cause of the late Tire, camiot he inserted. 1\\- --,m the justification furnished bv liie nimours, 'for inler {'?Tiuy: wirh a pct^vrfon tlie most ValuaMe of all others in llie c^litiialion of a mercantile mao, TocXEtr School or Fjst 1'j.oiieees.— We desire to see ouroorresjKiadenl ljefore decidint; on the paper.

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CORRESPONDENCE TOOWOOMBA V. DALBY. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 19 April 1864

COBEESPONDENCE . TOOWOOMBA V. DALBY. Sic, — In the Courier of the 4th instant there appeared a report of the return match be tween the Toawoomha and Dalby cricketers, the nature of which is such that to pass it unnoticed would be a disgrace aud a slur to tbe many respectable townspeople who wit nessed the true state of the case, and wbo were present in the honest, social, spirit of ui ?ku.^u^i ot «ju«. iu- i.*iv goii 4-*i«a utiuiu: ui private feelings. Allow me. Sir, to beg a. small spa.ee in your journal to insert the following as a fair comment on both sides of the qiicstiou : — Whoever your cotempo rary's correspondent of the 4th instant may be, for wilful misrepresentation ami paltry snouting up a mole-hill he chanced to dis cover into a mountain, he could scarcely, I think, find his parallel even in the ' Suramp.' If this correspondent had hiiu rtfOT5a'A5BlSS-'or-TBSScT.n1l^;\)V-S5SS « think of anything more heiiiously criminal, there might be some good grace in his re port: bu...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Shipping Intelligence ARRIVALS [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 19 April 1864

i^iHH&ig Inttltiptt. **' ? ?'?'? . AB8IVAI&. April If.— Clarence, steamer, 600 tons. Captain H3man,from Sydney the 1-ttb ApriL ^?ssengera— Miss Beit, detain Ktt, Messrs. Berguu Scott. Bolsdon, Elworthy. Tootb, Weinbolt, Beit, anS 15 in the steerage. April 17.— Oollaroy, steamer. 600 tons, Captain Cottier, from Bockhampton. Pas sengere— Mr and Mrs. Penwick, Mrs. OBourke. Miss Fyson. IDss Murphy. , Messrs. C. Kmsmerer, H. Mackxr, J. Bonrne, J. Fergnson, Bolger. D. Badger. A. Biehardson, Hee, H. Harsh. H. Edwards. B. Ball, M. C. Bergin. D. T. Seymour. P, H. Bolpsr.T. PAge.W. Mann. Master Mann, and 31 in the steerage. April 17.— Maid of Bivertoe, schooner, 82 tons, Captain Murphy, from Ifewcastie. *. Al!ra.ir—H»rriet galliot, 100 tons, Cap tain Bobertson, from port unknown. April it.— Xrfnenzo. barque. Captain 6a lnne,from loonceston. Apra-17.— Maria, brig, 156 tons. Captain Williamson, from Adelaide 28th March. DKPAETOEE. April 16.— Telegraph, steamer, 700 tons, Captain...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 19 April 1864

MAIL STEAMER. Queensland Steam Navtqatiok Co. m&%3L fTlHE MAIL STEAMER ?3vfiK«^l- QUEENSLAND, will jWjWg^ leave for MARYBOROUGH, «SB5'«i GLADSTONE, and ROCK HAMPTON, on TUESDAY. April 2G. t^^rt, * UHTBAI.ASIAN STEAM j||?JK, J\. NAVIGATION COM STEAM TO SYDNEY.— The CLAR ENCE frhis Day), TUESDAY April 19. a* 6 a.m. To BOCKHAMPTOS.— The COLLABOY. (This Day), TUESDAY, April 20, at 5 p.m. To MARYBOROUGH. — The . YABBA YARRA. 48 boots after arrival. To IPSWICH— Tbe BRISBANE (This Day). TUES DAY. April 19. at 6-30 am. The IPSWICH, WEDNESDAY, April 20. nt 7S0s.ni. The BRISBANE, THURSDAY, April 21. at 8 a-m. The IPSWICH. FRIDAY. 22nd, at The BRISBANE, SATUBDAY, 23rd, at 9 a-m. HBNBY OTSEILLY. Agent. A.S.N. Company's Offices, Brisl-ane. ?\TOTt CE.— MB. B. BLOOM 4egs *o H ? ? JWu«bltok-Wi^iM^f ^tfJVrVlrf lished himself at premises in Brisbane street, comer of West-street, with a large stock of BOOTS & SHOES. English and Colonial, to snit ladies and gentlemen. Orders and repairs...

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MELBOURNE [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 19 April 1864

MELBOUKXE. The Age of the Sth ins taut reports : — Little lias transpired in the import market to-day calling for special remark. A fair trade demand is experienced f..r con-T')i! teas. Mediums have been placed at Is 10J, and fine medium find buyers at is -d. Yel low crystal sugars have Ltfen soli! privalelv at£4115s. Trade lots of Sinclair's hams continue tu be sold at l.'ijd. New rice is i» good demand, country orders continuing to drop iu. Considerable quantities have been moved off at £23 10s to £24. Messrs. Grcig and Murray offered t.i-cLiy, Hoi'-. A»t &i-i-kA'n-ak-dlUWill|r i.«b£H 10s per ton. Subsequently the auctioneers disposed of tbe lot at a much higher rate than the trade seemed disposed to offer at OUMIVU! Messrs. Frazer and Co. held a large sale day. The attendance was large. The to bacco consisted chiefly of choice aromatic sorts — buyers would not gire holders' price, and the whole was passed in. The Hnvau uali cigars sold at from £-5 to £11 17s Gl per thousa...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Commercial Intelligence BI-MONTHLY STOCK AND STATION REPORT [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 19 April 1864

(Lioinmcrral intcUnicuce BI-MONTHLY STOCK: AND BTA11ON BEPOBT WiirtsaMi Fattorini and Co. of Ipswich, have just issued thoir 'Bi-monthly Stock and Station Circular,'' from which the following report is ^*^'*n ;— Wool — The late floods bave pretty gene rally subsided, a number of drays having been from time to time arriving in town with our staple product from some days past, and our river steamers are actively employed in conveyiue their contents to the port of shipment. Sheep Stations— Several enquiries have been made by purchasers from Victoria and New South Wales for good properties not too heavily stocked; bnt the number of good stations in our bands for public sale on early dates will interfere in same mea sure with private transactions. jfcjtfe Stations. — We bare bad no en qd^H) since our last, but we shall offer by Pi^ptinction. on the 27th of this month, a, fust-class station on the Logan, with 1500 bead, more or less, of vciy chpice cattle, -and some valuable imported stoc...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Monday. APRIL 18. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 19 April 1864

Moxdav. ArniL IS. Befoue the Police Magistrate. DCCSKEKSESS. William Fan- was charged with being drunk and disorderly, and with using obscene language. Fined 20s., or forty-eight hours in default. William Smith pleaded guilty to a charge of drunkenness, and was fined 10s. Charles Crowley also pleaded guilty to m. similar charge, and was fined lOs. VAGBAXCY. but as he appeared to be of unsound mind, he was remanded for medical examination. Thomas Pnrsell, also charged with va grancy, was sentenced to one month's impri sonment with hard labor. ILLEGALLY OK F&EHISES. Andrew M'Lctchie was charged with being illegally on tlie premises of A. and J. Kings ford. He was remanded until to-morrow. BREACH OF FUBMCAKS' ACT. B. Power was charged with having music in his house beyond the hour of twelve o'clock, np to which time permission had been granted. Fined 40s and 3s Cd costs. OBTAINING MOXEV CKDEB FALSE FBETENCES. Richard Glasson was charged as above. Me was remanded until to-moirow...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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CENTRAL POLICE COURT. SATURDAY APRIL 16 Before the Police Magistrate DRUNKENNESS [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 19 April 1864

CENTRAL POLICE COUUT. SAtcbday, ArsrL. 1G. Before the Police Magistrate. imCNKEXNESs. William Greenwood aud Robert Finlay wore fined 10s. each, and Mary Ann Gen ders, 20s., hor habitually heavy notations subjecting her to a heavier tar. A SWINDLED. ftew Lamps for Old ' was the cry which beggared Aladdin, and William Glasson, following suit, has been exchanging brass for gold— pretending that tho former was «ie gennine article late from the Peak P°WI18 P^ngs. Hu was remanded fora further hearing. Ihomas Kelly was charged with being a dangerous lunatic. From tlie evidcec of John Kelly, brother «i£ *ccusl:a' appeared that he had evidenced symptoms of insanity for some time past. Hu liad been res.- w« witness in Brisbane fc.r about nine weeks him ?t h?T»'B P««o«8»y tun away from Him. Ho naa threatened to destrny himself On tTA sir flu'AA *w«.._n! ? ? , * . ? ? - - - ~. ~u,i,w *ra^i:-iuii5 aim uaa uuen PO months out from England. Drs. ilobbs and Bell tesliGed that he Zf \ A Rnl;jCCt for ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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MELBOURNE. April 16. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 19 April 1864

MELBOLTEKE. April 16. - The Monoid has arrived. A considerable quantity of salmon ova which was sent out by 'her to Australia, lias arrived alive, and ia good condition. Mr. Brook, M.L.A., is sueing the Age for an alleged libel. Damages are laid at £5000. Four hundred (400) tons or sugar arrived yesterday.

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ALBURY April 16. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 19 April 1864

ALBumr. April 16. A bushranger; supposed to be connected with Gilbert's gang, Mas been arrested at Albnry. He has been remanded to Burran Igoug fcr identification.

Publication Title: North Australian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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NOTES AND NEWS [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 19 April 1864

NOTES jftJSTID £O£WS. A cmccLiE has been forwarded lately from the Homo Government to the colonies, announcing a proposed increase of postage rates between the mother country and Aus tralia. The plea of justification is that tbe present rates arc by &r insufficient to meet the heavy subsidies which arc paid to the P. and O.S.N.C0. The idcaof inereasingauy department of the revenue, by taxing soda] correspondence, is so inconistcut with the ' progressive enlightenment of the age, that wo confess it suiprises us not a little. Nor do we see that the result will be other than to defeat the very object which is in view, viz. : — tojncrcasc the revenue of the Home government. Even if it proved for a time a greater source of direct profit, still the interests retarded, would limit other sonrccs of revenue iu the future by operating disadvantaseonslv uiion the emigration interest, which is the main source of all prosperity in the colonies. Cheap postage enables the poorer classes to...

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ADELAIDE. April 16. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 19 April 1864

ADELAIDE. April 1C. Her Majesty the Queen baa disallowed the Deceased Wife'* Sister BilL '

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The North Australian. TUESDAY, APRIL 19, 1864. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 19 April 1864

©l^^oiilj gastraliaa. TUESDAY, APSfL isTiscT ~ A. WElTEtt ia the Icadiug columns of the Courier, referriug to the resigna tion of two of tlic members of the Board of General Education, uses the occasion for tbe expression of more intolerant views on the subject than uave iiitucrto ueeu urged by our con temporary. The consequence of the Courier's doctrine on State education necessarily includes all tbe writer claims, whether of privilege or exclu sion, under the existing system ; but, heretofore, the desire to keep out of sight the tyranny of a scheme that compelled all to pay for a benefit which only a few co-ild enjoy, induced the de fenders of miscalled National Education to conceal tbe true issue. The indirect connection bewveeu our contemporary and the pregent Jtoard of jfifiitfiraOjd.fa that the article in yesterday's issue was written in a partisan spirit. Whether that conclusion be well fpund ded, or otherwise, the writer has left no room to doubt that the Courier is a blind ...

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