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WEEKLY CALENDER [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 19 April 1864

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

NEWCASTLE. April IS. The Hillote Castle has arrived from Tara naki, bringing uews to the 9th April. A skirmish has taken place near the Wai roa Stream. A party of Natives surprised a reounoitciiug party of the 57th and Otago i_oncingenr. A sharp engagement took place. Tlic Dritisli loss was twelve wounded and The British loss included Captain Lloyd, of the -57r.il. ivho has uot beeu found, and who is supposed to have been tomahawked and carried off into the bush.

Publication Title: North Australian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. THROUGH GREVILLE AND BIRD, REUTER'S AGENTS SYDNEY, April 16 [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 19 April 1864

rElI.aSGKR.A.FBCIG 3STEW^3_ [TUUOUCtt GttEVIM.E AXI- DIED, BUUTEIi'ri AliEXT*.] SYDSEY. April 10. Tlic saliooncr Albion, buunfl for Newcastle ivas wrecked at the North Head last ni^ht. S!io was insured. The Diamantina is waiting for the Eng lish mail. Tin* 'j Alcavjinii 'nrill cqil nnvf WTinlm-f JAn April IS. Importers of sugar have h^sua to realise for their earg-;cs. Flunr is £22 per ton. , A limited business is being done iu toluceo, which is firm ia price. Kiim is .selling freely at 3s. Gd. The Diamantina sailed with the Queens land portion of the i'^iglisU mail yesterday (Sunday). The Auckland has arrived from Auckland, bringing news from that place to April Sill, anil from Nelson to April 13th. The follouing arc the chief items of intel ligence : — TIio natives have escaped from the GjiMku juli. On the ind April the troops had sapped gradually n» to the pah. The rebels at U'liiiiCcd to escape at that time, but were rapidly driven back. General Camerou scut word intojiie nail t...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
THE BURNETT. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 21 April 1864

TIIE BURNETT. (From the Burnett Arjus. April 11.) We are happy to inform our readers thai Mr. Austin, the Engineer of Roads, has given instructions to the Clerk of Works f'irthe improvement of the Beronuc Gap. The Gap forms a serious impediment to quick or safe travelling on that part of the road ; indeed in its present state it is filmost impassable for hullock drays. Upon the matter being represented to Mr. Austin, he without further delay took the necessarv steps t.i insure its repair His promptness was worthy of imitation by the heads of some of the other departments, who might, if they acted in lite manner, save inuciriri convenieuce, and at the same time econo mise public money. We hope to sec Mr, Austin bestow the saum ready attention on the Baramba Bridge as lie has' already done on the Bcronnu Gap. The bridge itself sus tained the late floods quite uninjured, but the approaches have been almost entirely washed away, mid leaves ihe bridge n?arl3r useless, unless for horsemen...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
EUROPEAN NEWS. February 25 1864 [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 21 April 1864

EUROPEAN NEWS. (piiosi ooa own corbespoxdent.) February 25, IBM. Pakliamext was opened at London by Knyal Commission on the 4th iustant. Tbe speech from the throne was as barren of informa tion touching the action and views of Government as the recess bad been fruitful in events demanding explanation. The ne gative character of the Boy al -Speech pre sented tlie point of attack for the Opposition, the leaders of which opened the campaign very spiritedly— Lord Derby iu the Upper [loose, and Mr. Disraeli in the Lower House— that same evening. The noble Earl dealt some very hard blows, which were none the less telling because they were de Iivered in a style that made the House roar with laughter. The Government, he told their Lordships, to-jk special credit for its non-intervention foreign policy. Well, 'the foreign policy of the noble iarl (Lord Bus sell), as far as the principle nf noninter vention is concerned, may be summed up in twd homely but expressive words — ? meddle and mnddl...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Wednesday April 20 Before this Police Magistrate. DRUNKENNESS. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 21 April 1864

Wedsesdat, April, 20. Before tire Police Magistrate. Andrew Goodall was fined 10a. or twenty four hoars' in default. OBSCEKE CUSDUCT. John Wilde was remanded on the above charge, until this morning. LABCEKT. William Et. Greaves, charged with stealing a ring from James Terry, was remanded until this morning. TUEEATEKIKO Lii-JOAGE. William Green was charged by William Chirk with using threatening language towards him. Tlie prosecutor stated that he considered his. life in danger, and prayed that defendaut be hound over to keep the peace. Green was called upon to 6nd sure ties in Uie sum of £10,— himself in £20 and two sureties in £10 each, On January 14th the Emperor of the French, by ftvour of the Pope, conferred a cardinal's hat on Monsignore de Bonnechose, Archuifthop or Rouen. The oerbnony took. !-!aoa at the Ta[loriei ehapsl, and WM -n itfitci ty wtaak «pt«nd«tif tat f 8tap(

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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CENTRAL POLICE COURT. TUESDAY, APRIL 19 [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 21 April 1864

CENTRAL POLICE COURT. Ti-eskay, Aram 19. Before the Police Magistrate. DBCSKESXESS. John Howniau, was fined 10s. or 21 hours iu default. TiCBiKCr. John Bow, was sent to gaol for a month on the above charge. FCKIOCS RIDING. Patrick O'Bcirue, was found guilty on the above charge, and was Gued 10s., or ia default, 21 hours imprisonment. * SWINDLING. Edward Glassou, who has been reminded once or twice on tbo «liarge of selling melted brass for pure native gold, was brought up again this morning. Mr. Heilbron, tlie pawnbroker nt the corner of Edward aud Elizabeth-streets, deposed' that the prisoner disposed of a quantity of tlie spurions metal to hiui, receiving in exchange a silver watch aud £2 10s in money. Upon uxainining it niter the prisoner had Tbun-a»y night last in the Sawyers11 Arms in Gaorge-strcet. Ur. Kosvitz, tlie watchmaker in Queen street, examined the metal and pronounced it Spelter. The white substance which bore some resemblance to Quartz, was borax, and had been nsed i...

Publication Title: North Australian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
METEOROLOGICAL OBSERVATIONS. Taken at 9 a.m. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 21 April 1864

SIETEOBOLOGICAli OBSEBVATIOMS. Taken at 9 aan. April 19. — Brisbane, barometer f cor- rected). 29-902 ; thennomcter(shade), 64-1 ; ditto (dry bulb), 64-2; do (wet bulb), 59-3; force of wind. 2; cJand, 7. April 20.— Brisbane, barometer {corrected), 29951; thermometer, (shade), 687; ditto dry bnlb. 684; ditto (wet bulb}, 61-7; force of wind, 2 ; cloud, 3. [nv KLECTttio Tsxxattkrn.] April 19. — Sydney, barometer (corrected), 20-121; thermometer (shade), 6t-0; ditto (dry bulb), Gt-4 1 ditto (wet bulb), OSS; furs* of miiSi 8 1 etoud,- 10.- April 20. — Sydney, barometer (collected) 30-06! ; thermometer (shade), 63-0'. ditto, fdry bnlb), 63-0; ditt-- (wet bulb), 5S-6; force of wind. 6 ; cloiiA, S. wisd aj;u wEA-rneit, April 19.— Brisbane. 333.1$^ cool and Rgut cirrus .clupds; Lytton, S.W^ fine; Ipswich, W.S.W., cioudy; Laidley.calm and fine ; TWoroouiha, calm and doll ; Drayton, SJE., cloudy: Warwick. S.E, cloudy; Dalby, S., fine; Sydney, S.S.EL, cloudy. April 20. — Brisbane. S.W., fine; L...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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MELBOURNE. April 20. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 21 April 1864

MELUOUjiNE. April 20. A mntinu lias been m-ought bufore the Asscmbl v for a. v--tc of £5000 for the trans - mission to England of Thiee lluudivd Ticki-t of-lcavc men.

Publication Title: North Australian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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No title [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 21 April 1864

TIIENOKTII A»^TItAMiS'i8 -l porrfy social .ml |KlUt!c-l ergaji. It belivres ill a gnut -J«tiH_v tor thin naturally rich and beautiful land; and it also belieres tilit nothing Cau CMitxil.ulu «- powerfully La tbe speedy altaiuraeat of that defitiny as union amougst nil Eections and dasxeR ot its people. Tliis union is aUaJuabk- only on out condilion— Eiualily of Iliplits. Tbc ' Xoatn Acetba uss'nill,Uitrefor», a» veil for the advancement oC tbe colony, as beraure tlie principle is inUiugieaUy jast, airoate egual Ciril, lleliponp, xni 1'olitical eights rQralle-iUHUst-«, irrespective of every eousiden ioa as to Creed vt Country. It believes ttie CousULotion of Ut: colony when fairly interpreted, fully developed and alloircil tree action, to lie in Us liberality tbe most suitable to our condition tUat could be derived. It will therefore, uphold tue Constitution in ita integrity aud oppose all clianges in it, except e ucb as are pro duced by its own adaptation and pnreln. It irill condem...

Publication Title: North Australian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
TELEGRAPHIC NEWS THROUGH GREVILLE AND BIRD, REUTER'S AGENTS. SYDNEY. April 19. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 21 April 1864

XELKGBAPHIC 3XrJBWS_ L'niEOL'OU GaETILLE AN1- III ED, EECTE11 * AGENTS.] SYDJJEY. Aviril 19. Gardiuer, the bushranger, lias been re ni.tndc.-il until ta-tuorcoir. The trooper Middle ton lias been examined today, and lias given evidence which fixes n charge of au attempt to murder 011 him. The Telegraph lias arrived. Slie sails to-uitiiTOvr (Weduesdav). April 20. , vSKS^rSSSSK^.S?nS5t™i ti «nict tlie bonier duties on the Mnrray. A Cus toni-lniusc is tn be tmik at Kcliuca. Xhu Tclesrapli sails to-morrow.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 21 April 1864

gaits lij gmftm. - FBIDAY, JUNE 10. THE DAT AFTER THE IPSWICH RACES. I At the Government Quarantine Paddock, South Brisbane, at 3 p.m. sharp. Valuable Importation of 98 Pore Bred Negretti Bams, 2 to 3 years old SO Thorough-bred JTegretti Eves, snd 18 Thorough-bred Negretti Bams. Just arrived per Helvetia, from Hamburgh ; and a portion of the celebrated Flocks ofj. F. HoflschUeger. Esq.. of Wcisin, in the Grand Dncby of Mecklenburg. Important to Flockmasters, Squatters, and Others, throughout Queensland. MAETIN & D1CKS0N bare received instructions from Messrs. 6. Baffand Co., (Agents in Queensland for the sale of Mr. J. F. Hoffschlaeger's pure bred Negret tis), to sell by public auction, at the Govern ment Quarantine Paddock, South Brisbane, on FRIDAY, Jane 10 (the day after the Ipswich Baces), at 3 p.m. sharp, 116 Pore bred Negretti Barns, and SO Pore bred Negretti Ewes, Just landed ex Helvetia, from the cele brated flocks of J. F. Hoffschlaeger, Esq.., of 'Weiain, in the Gr...

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WEEKLY CALENDER [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 21 April 1864

WKEKLV C.U.F.NHAK. . ,„, j Scs i Pox M0.W5 Hiph ^itcr. Aren, 1S5J. j IUsES j EcIS_ A(iE. I Bu. TlmrsJay ...mi 0 21 ' 534 | 11 5 9 IS jo 86 Friday ? .12 6-4 . i 33 !S 5 M 0 \\Q 20 Saturday ? .23 6 a j S si K, 5 10 42 '11 4 Sunday ? Si' C 25 I 5 31 17 S ,11 26 j 11 59 Monday ? 25 6 26 ' 5 00 IS 5 0 15 ; 0 40 Tuesday ? 20 S 27 ! S'il 13 5 11 C;I3J Wednesday -.27 6 27 ! 5 2S 20 5 ' 1 56 I 2 IS

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NOTES AND NEWS [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 21 April 1864

3MOT.J3S .A-lsri- JSrEWiS,. The weather has now become cim;-ara. tively settled, and the early murulnga are delightful. Tlie nights are also Co .i and pleasant, and the covering of a blanket or tiro becomes desirable as t]-o morning ad vances. Tlie best tonic for health, sncli weather as this, is a morning tv;Uk before breakfast. Tbebe is to be a meeting this div at half. past 11 o'clock of tlie fire committee ap pointed by the labs meeting at the School of Arts. Tiio object is, we believe, to con sider C'-rtain questions arising from tlie late fire, although wo really do not sec what good is to result from tlie action of the com mittee in this respect. To go practically to work at once, and 'establish an efficient fire force, under a skilful supetintendent, and to procure a proper engine or tiro, which irill prove of service when needed, and a supply of iraicr kept for the purpose alone, — tliese three requirements occur to tig as tlie «tne gua non, and condensation of all the wisd...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 21 April 1864

glnshtrss gwiiflnitttmmts. IN' consequence of the fire in Queen-street, tiie offices of Mr. CHAMBERS. Archi tect, will be in Mr. Brydon's New Buildings, near the Bank of Australasia, Queen-street. ON SALE, at the Stores of the Under signed — Hunt's port wine, in case; claret, in case; whisky, in case; whisky; Henncssy's dark and palebrandy and sherry, in quarter-casks; West India rum, 30 op.; oilmen's stores of every description ; fancy biscuits, in tins ; stationery ; novels by the best authors: tarpaulins, 20 x 24 and 24 x 20 ; nails, assorted, paints, painters' tools, earthenware, holloware, whiting. York hams, window glass, Jones' cyder, ladies' and gentlemen's Baddies, gig, buggy, and cart harness, whips of every description, saddle and cart trees, spring cart trees, saddlers' iranmonmougery aud tools, blue, white, aud check serge, English basils, burse rugs and surcingles. To arrive ex Vernou. 100 casks Allsnpp's bottled beer, quarts find pints; Guinness' stout, pints and quar...

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NOTICE TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 21 April 1864

XOTICE TO OORRESrOyDEXTS. A5n-HtMBUfi and several othrr communications arc crowded out from our prc5cnt issue. We bave to acknowledge the receipt by tbe mail of a report from Air. Jordan on tlie Emi^ral ion and QutSttinK of distressed operalires sent to-jueeai-land. In a future issue v-c shall refer to its contents. Tbe pamphlet oovers thirtv-ivo pa^es.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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ADELAIDE. April 19. Wheat and flour are dull of sale. April 20. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 21 April 1864

ADELAIDE. April 19. Wlieat and flour are dull of sale April 20. The English Mail trill close at unou on ttie 27 tli, vbuu tbe branch tlcnine'- to overtake Uie mail ship at King George's Sound will sail. Tlie Government is favorable to declaring the ports on the Northern territory free. Nothing is tiuiug in fioau aud wheat.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 21 April 1864

jp&frhscnitnts. PBELIillNAEY NOTICE. WILL be published early in May, at Warwick. — The first number of the ** Warwick Advocate and Darling Downs Advertiser.' Tebiis of SuBscniPTios : — In advance, per annum .. £1 0 0 Credit, ditto .. ..140 All communications to be addressed to H. Vincent, Post Office, Warwick, 11/ H. EIXEBKEQ, Abcuuxbct, late TT « Ciller Anbtaat with aleaar*. Kuiglit mud Ixorr. Archiwcta lo the Kcw Houses of Parliament, Melbourne, can be consulted at Iris Chambers. Queen-street, opposite tlie Houses uf Legislature. IKON «EVOLYING SHUTTER, For Shop Fronts, Banks. &c_ MB. BACKHOUSE. Architect, begs to acquaint those interested that he bas the appliances now at his command for the construction, at a very short notice, nnder his direction, of iron or wool Revolving Shutters, vertical or horizontal. - A model will be ready for inspection in a few days at bis office. Queen-street. SHEEP STATION OK SALE. ? Stock:— 3000 Breediin» Ewes 2000 Wcaners Never Dise...

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The North Australian. THURSDAY, APRIL 21, 1864. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 21 April 1864

THURSDAY, APItlL 2£. 1S64. TmtEE candidates liave been uoaiii-ato-] to contest tho scat for the citj, lately vacated by Mr. Safe. Contrary to general expectation, the contest is to be confined to three well-known, old resi dents, occupying an almost similar position iii society ; aud not far re moved trom eacli ottier in the advan tage of edacatioa. As industrious and j respectable citizens the candidates are generally esteemed, and each, amongst bis intimates, is looked upon as possessed of qualifications eutitling him to public duties and trust. But, notwithstand ing, the seeming equality in the condi tion of the candidates,, proposed to con test for the seat, there is much in their opinions on questions of policy and Government, and in the manner of their being brought before tbe constituency, -which create a most material and plain distinction in tbeir worth as represen tatives. The -whole of the three have already been in. public positions, -where the electors have -had the opp...

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Shipping Intelligence [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 21 April 1864

, $\mm giittuistntt. April SO — Diamantina, steamer, 800 tons. Captain aWXsmid, from Sydney, 17th April. Passengers— Messrs. Bishop. J. M'Pherson, -John M'lntodj, Tnnbridge, W. Clarke, and IS in the steerage. JJ.' _-.£%?* ? DEPABTCBE. . j*MBp-ColIxroy. steamer. 500 tons, Ca^^^^Btter, for Boekharopton. Fassen S^^^^^B* Inaos and family* Messrs. J. Bt^^^Puharles Younger, Mann, A. J. BdHHTA. SHeglitz, James Marshall, K. J. Morresey, V. M. Bowman, M. C. Bergin, W. Barney, A. Hooter, H. Botger, James - Hunter and about thirty in the steerage. WPOETS. Iiorenio Ssbtne. from Lauueeston :' 6 cases cheese, 161 bags oats, 95 bags braa, 283 bags potatoes, S3 cases, -4 bigs onions. 137 bales hay, 50 cases apples, 18,300 palings, 5000 shingles, 10.0S4 feet sawn timber, 22 bags oatmeal, 133 cases jams, 6. Baffand Go ; 1 case, W. Thornton; 1 case, T. Gilbert; 1 case. J. Carting. Dianuntina, from Sydney : 1 bor, J. Brown ; 1 cue bats, 2 cases, J. W. Burton ; 4 packages, Butler Bros. ; 2 hogsheads,; 1...

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