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

HAIL STEAMER. Qbexhslaxd Steak Navigatiok Co. *S§l3& T1HE MAIL STEAMER ^OMKjRC'v JL QUEENSLAND, will jBJSgteKL leave for MARYBOROUGH, «™S« GLADSTONE, and HOCK HAMPTON, on TUESDAY. ApriJ 26. is**,-- A USTRALASIAN STEAM j«j|g|i -A. NAVIGATION COM STEAST TO SYDNEY.— The CLAR ENCE (rhU Day). TUESDAY ApnlJ9.st5a.ro. ? To BOCKHAMPTON.— The DIAMAN ' TINA, (this day), THURSDAY, April j 21. at 6 p.m. ? ] ?? : To MARYBOROUGH. — The TAEBA ' YARRA. 48 hoots after arrival. I To IPSWICH— I The BRISBANE, (this day). THTJRS- I DAY, April 21. at 8 a,m. I The IPSWICH. PBIDAY; S2nd. at Sun; I The BRISBANE. SATURDAY. 23rd, ' at 9 a.m. I ' * HENEY O'REILLY, j ; Agent j ; . iAN. Company's Offices. Brisbane. | ^-fe... MM***- - - 1: BOOTS & SHOES. ] * KnglisTa anft Colonial, to suit '.anAes and I gentlemen. Orders and repairs promptly I attended to. ? I ?VfOTICE.— In consequence of the recent I , XT fire. J. BERKLEY lias Removed tn new premises, near the Bant of Austra lasia. J. B. sincerel...

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 — 21 April 1864

1HC4. TIME TABLE, Showing Daily Arrival and Despatch ol lulaud Mails. is i !« ! - ill 2 sr. . . . r. -? i. ?£ E f if 4 1 -t |f -g'|i t if * sM! 'llIilTH? *t\i f\ ir fl$r/i&£ flit, *= ? jo -;io o jo [a jo' J- I ?' L ^ L L I f in tj! m iii 'S = j! if x ! II T : II 1 fci 1 's I S I £ I I I I IS * And m*n steams to NorUiem Torts every altanatc

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Commercial Intelligence SYDNEY MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 21 April 1864

Commercial ^uttUigciue. SYDNEV~MABKETS. I We tale tho following from the JS. 3T. I Herald -of the ISth instant, the latest files of I whiA byre tam neol-nA »-y *-» Pi-«u»- I ' Business has been dull during the week, and we have very little movement to record in -mr markets. Tho late English news contained in our telegrams has not caused much speculation, and buyers are not will ing to act until the arrival of their advices. The principal leatare has been the with drawal of sugars by holders from sale for the present in consequence of the reported advance in England. 'Teas. — The cargo of teas es Mary and Eliza was sold at auction during die week at from £7 5s to £9 per chest ; ualf-cbests, £3 12s to £3 17s; and boxes, 24s GJ to 25s. ' Liquids. — Bum is rather more inquired for, and 30 o.p. is quoted at 3s 5d to 3s Cd. ' C&ndles have bees bought up to some exteut. bnt the price has not transpired. ?? Salt is firmer, and Liverpool is now quoted at £3 15s to £4 per ton. ' Flour...

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ANNUAL LICENSING MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 21 April 1864

AKKUAL LICENSIXG MEETING. Tuf. Aunual Meeting for tlie granting of I licenses was Iield at tbe Police Court yes terday, at noon. The Bench was occupied liy the Police ifagistratc, aud Messrs. Warry, Lyons, and Drnry. A license was granted to George M'Adam, of the Sovereign Hotel. Queen-street. To Robert Uaggarty, of the Uoyal Oak Hotel, On Luichhardt-street. A license was refused to Henry Meyers, at Sandgate, owing to an informality in the application. A license was granted to John Solan, of the Triiice Albert Hotel; John Ueal.of the rrince Consort ; James Davts, Castle Hotel i Thomas Chambers, Sawyer*' Anns ; Thomas Keys, Commercial Hotel; John James Fijey O'Xcill, of tho Foresters' Arm» ; Mic hael Camnbcll. of the Breakfast Creek Hotel; Juhn Kelly, Royal Hntcl ; lUcliard power. Southern Cross Hotel. Sprint* Hill; Chris* tina M-Cnbe, FairSeld House; John Patrick Kelly. Shamrock Hotel: James Holmes, the Coach and Horses, Woogaroo. IVilliam Johnson, Prince of Wales Hotel ; West Hamil...

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NOMINATIONS FOR THE ASSEMBLY [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 21 April 1864

NOMIXATIOXS FOB THE ASSEMBLV. At twelve o'clock on Tuesday last the no minations were made for filling the vacancy in the Legislative Assembly occasioned by the resiguat'-m of George liaff, Esq. Tbe p!ntf.«r:n was erected ou the north side of the Court-house-wails, and it being the !ei»ure-!ioiir of the -Uv fur most people, the attendance was vsry good. Ur. Cansax, the ltelnrning Officer, hav ing read the writ of election, enjiiiucd upon the audience present to listen fairly and impartially to tlie various speakers, aud then called upon the proposer of Mr. , Brookes. , Mr Wm Pettigrew presented himself in this capacity. He stated that some fifteen months ago he had brought under their no tice the "jobbery" in a small way which   was then transpiring in the Municipal Council, and he had been placed by the people in a position which enabled him to stop it. Now, however, jobbery was going on more extensively, and he called upon those present to assist in putting a stop to ...

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PORT DENISON. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 23 April 1864

» ? POET DENISO3T. {From the P. D. Tima, April 9.) We have much pleasure in stating (ha the Kev. F. J. Grosvenor arrived by th Williams, and that he intends to bold ser vices in Messrs. Byrnes, Bassett, and Co's store, in Herbert-street, to-morrow. We find that bis non-arrival was cansed, not by any unwillingness on the part of the Bishop, hut from the detention of the steamer owing to bad weather. We observe the following in our Port Deuison contemporary's Brisbane letter, dated 30th March :— Tbe Ministry are about to bring out a newspaper of their own ! Disgusted with the Brisbane Press, which, with scarcely an exception, is ever carping anaVfault finding ; and disgusted with tlie Ipswich tri-weeldy, .which people jokingly call the organ of the Minister f jr Lands and Works ; the Colonial Secretary, Mr.J.P. Bell, the Manager ot the Bank of New South Wales, aud others, are negotiating the business, and treating with tlie late partner of tlie Guardian, Mr. W. Fairfax, to act as prin...

Publication Title: North Australian, The
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ROCKHAMPTON. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 23 April 1864

ROOKIIAMPTON'. We extract the following from the S. Bulletin oFthe 1'jth instant :— Tbe schooner Sacramento left this port for Uroadsouud on Thursday la£t. having tended fairly to try*tue**roaa' to tue'~diggjn7*s from that thriving entrepot, aud Mr. GUI travels overland with a cavalcade uf horses to take on their picks at the port, aud re cruit the exhausted stores of provisions at tbe mines. Perhaps it will eventually be satisfactory to the merchants of this town that such an experiment should be faiily tried. At present then: is a vast amount of discussion as to which is the proper port and liest njafe fnr CfermunC. Bockbampton, Broadsound, and Mackay respectively advance their claims with more or less plausibility, aud on the part of the public, a feverish anxiety exists to be fullv assuied of the merits of cither. Mr. Gill 'will d.mlitless find a Broadsound route practicable f -r pack-liorses : whether it will be equally adapted for general traffic re-saius to be piovcd. The rep...

Publication Title: North Australian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
TOOWOOMBA. Monday. April 18. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 23 April 1864

TOOWOOMBA.' fPDOH ODI2 OWN COUBESrOBDEST.) Monday, April 18. A vest interesting niatcu oi cncKet was played here on Saturday by the juveniles of tiiu town. The 'ilort Estate' club, con sisting principally of the boys iu attend ance at Mr. Meyer's school, challenged the 'Yonng Qneenslanders,' the boys of Mr. Haslam's school, and tlie challenge being accepted, the game was played for the palm of victor?. The Mort Estates went first to th* tfvkcU jmd ilieir wiwU teen for flnit innings amounted to 11. The Young Quecaslandcrs then took the bats and scored 31. In the second innings, tbe score for tbe M.irt Estates was 9, while the Young Queenslandcrs was 27- Total for the Mort Estate. 20; total for Young Queensland, 5S. The challengers were thns beaten by S3 ; bnt disappointed at being so, are re solved to try their luck again, and soon, therefore, inny we expect another *nal. In my last missive. I mentioned that contahle Marshall, was in charge of too gold escort in Victoria, which shoul...

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POLICE COURT. Before the Police Magistrate. DRUNKENNESS. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 23 April 1864

? w POLICE COUUT. Before the Police Magistrate. DKCSKEXS-ESi. Henry Redmu:id, discharged with a cau tion. George Clarke met with tiie same leniency. James Wbaleu, fined a crown. ORSCENE L.YNGCAGE. John Glover, fined 5s. for this offence. George Itichles, mulcted iu tbe s-.im of 10s. aud 7s. lOd. costs for a like olFence. BREACH OF THE TEACE. James M'tfrath, charged with being dis orderly in Elicnbnrougli street, fined 10s. VAtiEAKCV. Henry Rupell, ordered one month's im prisonment. John Bennett, discharged. DEU KEENNESS. Michael Gill, fiued 5s. for the above offence. DOG IitTCXG. Kelly v. Louis. — Summons dismissed. KON-PAVHEXr OP WAGES. O'Brien v. Giilivau. — Esummons dis missed. SAPE. J. G. Campbell was charged on the Police sheet with the above crime. Tbe prisoner denied thechojse. and oil JcuovIaasT- j WaS' *** '*°™ '*'*'' ''' On the evidence produced, the Bench committed tbe prisoner for trial.

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1864. TIME TABLE. Showing Daily Arrival and Despatch of Inland Mails. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 23 April 1864

1304. TIME TABLE. Showing Daily Anivnl mid Despatch u- lulaiv'. Mails. s!-h . '. r- )?-? :. n £! * IS- 1 t Ml t '€£ 2 !!*i_j. ? &3 If I VpUu P i t\ h Uft!M« I I 1 ? ,Jij j%=f |jfi ij i idiiiiiii sin. ii «!-l I. ;i .'A I : j. |j £_ & fe£* if £ I; I If I J 1 i{jj |!1 1-4 = §; % R\h lilt c|f ill :?*! *! if3, m |Im:-i is I H'lU ££i UilV i., t aifi m m I ii ! ,! 's Mi ! - !5 S t | 1 !S | « And null steamer to Northern 1'orts ejrerr allcruue

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MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 23 April 1864

T ? MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. Tlie couucil met on Monday afternoon at three o'clock, p resent tbe Mayor, the Hon. F. North, aud Aldermen Chubb Hcndren, Shcnton, Macdonald, Thorne, Byrne and Clune. Tue minutes of the preceding meeting were read and confirmed, CEMETBY BOAD. The Mayor, referring 'to the resolution adopted at the previous meeting, requiring him to apply for -£300 from tbe Lands and 'Works Department, for tbe formation or a road from the Towa Boundary to lbs tl*m*Wtf, Mid that th« Mumnt MiUlrea would be granted, and passed to the credit of the Corporation as soon as tbe necoessary forms had been complied with. EECEEATIOX GBOGXD. A letter was read by the Mayor, from the Lands and Works Department, iu a reply to a memorial, for the granting of a piece of land at North Ipswich, for a recreation gronnd and water reserve. The grant of the land applied for would be reserved, but could not be vested in the Corporation as trustees. The Mayor bad requested the Minister of Land and Works...

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METEOROLOGICAL OBSERVATIONS. Taken at 9 a.m. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 23 April 1864

METEOBOLOGICAL OBSERVATIONS. Taken at 9 a.m. April 21. — Brisbane, barometer fcor rected). 29-956 ; thermometer (shade), C9-0 ; ditto (dry bulb), CS 8 ; do (wet bulb), CG 1 ; force of wind, 1 ; cloud, 2. April 22. — Brisbane, barometer (corrected), 29 913; tlicrmoaietcr, (shade), T3l; ditto dry bulb. 74-9 ; ditto (wet bulb). 69'2 ; force of wind, 1 ; cloud, 6. [HI EI.ECTWC TELEGnAPn.] April 21. — Syduev, barometer (corrected). 30 O0C ; thermometer (siiadej. C2.-& ; ditto (dry bulb), 59 4 ; ditto (wet bulb), 5S-3 ; furce of wind, 5 ; clond, 9. Apiil 22.— Sydney, barometer (corrected) 29-973; thermometer (shade). 584; ditto, (dry bulb), SS4 ; ditto (wet bulbj, 5&5 ; force of wind, 1 ; cloud, 10.

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IPSWICH Friday. 22nd April. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 23 April 1864

iPswrrH (FttOU OCE OWN CORRESPONDENT.) Friday. —nd April. A sonee in connection with the Congre gational Chnrch, Ipswich, was held on tbe evening of Tuesday last, at the School of Arts. The platform was decorated with flowers, evergreens, &e. The licv. J. W. C. Dranc occupied the chair, who, in his open ing address. spoke at some length, reviewing the labours of the church frjm its establish ment in the colony at the present time. Addresses were severally delivered by Kev. E. Griffith, -!!risbane,'Rev. T. Bcazley, Ip-iwicii; Kev. Draper, of Woogaroo ; Eev. It. Morton; Kev. G. Wight, Brisbane; Mr. It. Cribb, aud Dr. Cliallinor. At the conclusion of each address, a selection of sacred music wns given by the choir. Tbe proceedings terminated at an early hour, ail appearing to have spent a pleasant evening. An accident that might have been atleuded with fatal consequences, occurred yesteiday moruing, to a son of Mrs. Alphen, of the 'Water Mew Hotel.' Tbe particulars of tbe case ...

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WIND AND WEATHER. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 23 April 1864

WIXD ASD WEATHER. April 21.— Brisbane. S.SAV., fine and light fleecy clouds ; Lytton, S.W, and fine ; Ipswich, calm and dull ; Laidley. calm and fine ; Toowoomba, calm and fine ; Drayton, W. byS, and fine: Warwick, calm and fine - OaJbjr. din, and £no; Sydney, W-, and ^rn-^SrSnaniM^flnef'xir ton, 8.W, fine; Ipswich, calm and clond;; Laidley. calm and doll ; Toowoomba, calm and dull ; Drayton, E-, cloudy ; Warwick, calm and cloudy ; Dalby. N.. fine; Sydney, WM cloudy.

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EPITOME. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 23 April 1864

EPITOMS. Tm: unfortunate man, SO. Wodelionse, su perintendent to Mr. Hardie, whom we noticed in our Tuesday's issue as sustaining mortal injury by coming in contact with a r.iy on the Ipswich road, which resulted in the severing of the femoral artery and the compound fracture of the thigh hone, ex pired on Wednesday morning, April 13, at T o'clock. The following was the state of Her Majesty's Gaol lor the week endias April K.. ISfil. For trial. 2i males; imprison ment, 3G males and C females ; sentence «(f death recorded, 1 male; hard labor on tint roads, 5 males; hard labor in gaol. 57 males and 1 females; fines, 3 males ; bail, 3 males ; Innatics, 4G males and 10 females. Total, 165 males and 20 females. The Act of Council for tlie regulation of tiie Police Force and for removing nuisances, «**» 1**« botn ax&endod to tbe town «r Bowon in tin police dLerict or Kemusdy . »Ir. wmi»m Apjohn Subfrmpcctor -* «-»ii-» m ixitby, has been -F|n-lnted Dy Oo rcinment. Ranger nf Crown L...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 23 April 1864

?TUB NOCXn AUSTRAtlAir' a a liunly »dal and poUUeml orgmn. It believes In a gnat destiny tor tins matnrally rich and beiutital laul ; an-I it also belferes thmt noUiiDg can «ontribat« io powerfully to tbe (pecdj altaiummt or that destinr as uniou amoasst all Beetione and dosses of its people. TbU nnioa U aUainabh onlj on one condition— Equality of ItigtiU. Slie ' KoEra'Acsnu UABninll,UiereI6K,u veil for ilie adrancement of the colouy, as tieeauxe Uie principle fs tntrinrieally jost, adroeale equal Grit, Beligioa*, and 1'aliUcil HijUUifor»llcolauist«,UTMp«Uve of ererj arasideta tioa as to Creed or Country. It iwUero tbe Consolation or (In colony when fairly interpreted, folly deretoped and librae d free action, lobe in its liberality tbe most suitable to oar condition that could be derided. It will tiienfore, uphold Uie ConetiluUop in its integrity aad oi^om all chan««s in it, «xeept snch a» axe pro duced by its own adaptation and pBwtb. It will condemn equally Uie eflbrts of Uie ind...

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CORRESPONDENCE. THE POLIOS FORCE. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 23 April 1864

OO3RH ESS-OIMX-E: JSTOJS . THE POLICE E-OBCIS. Slit, — On pernsing a paragraph in your last issue ot the North Atutratian, refuting the arguments shadocred forth by a writer of a letter published in tlie Queensland Times. signed ' Colonist.' on the efficiency of the Queensland Police, I assumed from the tone of that paragraph that you suspect me of being the writer, being led, as you state, to this conclusion by firmer manuscripts you have seen. Well, Sir, you will now permit me to disabuse your mind of auy opinion or conclusion you may have arrived at, connecting me with the writinfnf -lie letter in question ; and allow me to inform you thstit never emanated from my pen; on the contrary. I could not endorse a single sen tence of what ' Colonist' has stated in favour of those at present entrusted with the organization of die Queensland police force, or in support of the expected progressive efficiency of tiie police, in pro portion to the increase of the population of the colony. Ta...

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WEEKLY CALENDAR. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 23 April 1864

triSliKLr CALENDill. I 1. H. | n. ». n. i. ' „. „ n.v Saturday ? 3 6 IS : 5 J2 IB S 10 42 II 4 Sunday ? .51 6 55 j 5 SI 17 S U 26 11 59 Monday ? 25 6 26 5 30 1R 5 0 15 0 40 Tucs.l.v .»...26 6 S7 I 5 29 I! S , 1 6 1 S! tr«lnfrJay_.;7 0S7 I S2S 20 515612 16 Thursday ...28 63 1 5H 21 5 2 40 3 6 Friaiy ? 29 028^526 22SJ330 3S*

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MR. BROOKES AT THE SCHOOL OF ARTS. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 23 April 1864

MB. BBOOKES AT THE SCHOOL OF ARTS. Oa Thursday evening last, Mr. Brookes, agreeably to his announcement at the Hust ings on Wednesday, met the electors or North Brisbane at the School of Arts. The building was crowded to excess and a great deal of laudable interest was exhibited by every person present. Mr. Pogb, M.L.A., was voted to the chair, and introduced the speaker to the meeting. Mt.Bboosxs .stated Us intention to con eider the various questions of state interest which at present riveted popular attention. nc leierreu in rat nrsi place to cue question of emigration, which he stated bad been - taken up very Btl-ongiy during the first ses sion of the Queensland Parliament, and a general disposition was manifested by ait parties to afford every facHity tor the influx of a large population. Much talk was made as to the advisability of selling the land of the colony at five shirtings an acre, but that course itu cot adopted, and a system of free grant* mm Instituted in It* Mean. M...

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Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 23 April 1864

B$0ty inttUigfiiif. ABUTTALS. April 2L — Excelsior, ship, 698 tons, Cap ??tain Barton, from Portsmouth the 14th De cember, 1863. C. Newton, Brother, and Co., agents. April 2L— Spray, brig, 143 tons. Captain Scott, from Adelaide the 22ml March. G. Baff and Co, agents. April 2L— Queensland, steamer, 500 tons. Captain Cnrphey. from the Northern Ports. Passencas — Mrs. Orchard anil «hi1n Mr and Mrs. HHfliiig. lXrs.~W3mot and child. , Mrs. Biggs and child, Mrs. May. Miss Harris. Miss Carroichel, Mrs. Wright, Mrs. Hartenstein, Mrs. Daintree. Messrs. Lilley, little, HaUoran, Garrick. Wilmot, Bariston, Palmer, Steigletz. Bramston, Bisien, Archer J. B. Hoare. W. H. Bichards, Tolly. J. W, Dargin, A. Young, Stevenson, Murdoch, Ferguson, Hill, Watson, Wilson. J. H. Bliss, Mortou, Sesrle, Seaward, Dr. Sownes. Bev. A. C. Smith, Hon. B. Pring, and SO the steerage, besides 5. prisoners and 4 constables, DEFABTBBE. April 21. — Diamantina, steamer, 300 tons, Captain H'Diarmid, for Bockbampton. Passen...

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