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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 23 April 1864

' MAIL STEAMER, ~ Qdkekelasd Steam NivioiTios Co. / mriAHE MAIL STEAMEU /J JL QUEENSt.A'KD. will IM leave for MARYBOROUGH, \« GLADSTONE, and ROCK- \1 HAMPTON, on T0ESDAY. April 26. V i te^t, A TJSTBALASIAN STEA.M ^0B^i NAVIGATION COM STEAM TO SYDNEV. — The TELE GRAPH. 46 hours after arrival. 55 To MAEYBOBOUGH, GLADSTONE, anl BOCKHAMPTGN.»The COLLABOY. TUESDAY, April 26, No advance ? ; in rates. A To MARYBOROUGH. — The YABBA -£*- TARRA. 48 hours after arrival. V. 1 To IPSWICH— - cver. The BRISBANE, (This Dav.) SATUB- &cU DAr.it9a.in. »?»« HENBY O'BEILLY, T-E Agent. t- A.S.N. Company's Offices. Brisbane. site ^eEgSsgfjijS/. ~ '-.- :'?.??;-' -,-' ;_ ? .? ? ? ? ? VI3 ' il»' TTVBE favorite schooner next JK y MARION BENSY is bow streei JBMj\ loading tnr the above port, aud M» fffiiBSrn will have quick d«spateh. -rjA «5SE§§» For freight and passage, ap- J) xAy to Lest! ORE & H0XEY5IAN. Bris, Agents. -— Brisbane. Uth April, 186J. ? j-Jl BfittttS- Tort ? ? Brisl ?\TOTICE.— MB...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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ROCKHAMPTON MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 23 April 1864

BOCKHAMPTON MARKETS. The Bulletin of Saturday, April 16, gives the following report of their markets : — Trade is brisk, notwithstanding the Assizes. With the return of fine weather and improving roads, stores arc been dispatched to the station and tbe Peak Downs Diggings as fast as teams or carriage of any kind can be procured. £G2 10s per ton has been paid in one instance for carriage frcm Bockhampton to the Peak Downs this week, but that was an excep tional case, and tbe rates ruling may be quoted at £55, with a rising tendency. Tbe extreme rates for carriage now obtaining, and the decimation going on among the working bullocks of the district through the ravages ofpleuro pucumonia, suggest tbe advisability of im mediate importations of really good draught horses to meet the exigencies of tbe carry ing trade. Teams arc coming iu very spar ingly, tbe stores now en mute to tbe Peak Downs arc ridiculously inadequate to tbe present necessities of the diggers, and tbe population on th...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Commercial Intelligence. NORTH AUSTRALIAN Office. Friday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 23 April 1864

Cfluuntrrial |ntclligtn«: Nobth Australian Office. Friday Evening. As yet our markets are characterised by a want of activity — and business is reported quiet both in the wholesale and retail branches of trade. The price of flour has undergone a con siderable reduction daring tbe week, owing to the extensive arrivals from Adelaide. In addition to the usual supplies from Sydney by steamer, we have had the cargoes of the Maria and Spray, both from Adelaide, added to our stocks this week. The result has been a reduc tion of £3 10s in the best brands — Margery's and Dnffield's — which, consequently are now quitted at £21 10s per ton. Tbe Lion, barque, from Sydney, with a cargo of general merchandise, and the Lorenzo Sabine, with oats, bran, aud pota toes as part of cargo, also arrived during the week. Messrs. Martin and Dickson held an un reserved sale of flood-damaged merchandise, in No. 3, Jewells' Buildings, ou Thursday last, at which satisfactory rates were ob tained, after active c...

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MEETING OF THE FIRE COMMITTEE. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 23 April 1864

MEETING OF THE FIRE COMMITTEE. TnE Committee held a meeting on Thurs day morning, in the Council Chambers; present :— The Mayor, Messrs. Crihh. Fair fax. Drnry, Austin. Pugfa, Palmer, Warry. ~ Dmry, Perry, Pettigrew, and Booth. The minutes of the last meeting were read ami confirmed. Two letters were read from Mr. George Cat.bo.sb, in relation to tlie ' formation of a Fire Brigade. It was retired that they bo laid on tlie table until such time mm It could be ascertained from the insnnnce companies, whftl support tliey wonld contribute. Mr. Dbgby moved, and Mr. Bdcexev se conded the following resolution : — ?? That tliis Committee respectfully urge on the Municipal Couucil the necessity of taking into their consideration the important mat ters embodied in the resolutions transmitted to them, and that a copy of this be also sent to his Worhip the Mayor.' It was moved by Mr. Pcgh, an 3 seconded by Mr. Duubt— ' That the Secretary com municate with the Toirn Council, with tlie View of as...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE ELECTION THE RESULT OFFICIALLY DECLARED. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 23 April 1864

THE eleotiow Toe Reeclt OwiciALLr Declabed. 1 nitouoBODT yesterday a steady tide of travel proceeded to and from tlio polls which were held in the Court-house yard «i North Brisbane and at Kangaroo Point. There was no undue excitement of cither a constitutional or an artificial character. Ihe electors, hoth civil and official, seemed impressed with a dnc sense of the iuipoit ance of their trust, and deposited their - ~-*_» ... ?» ^ui^s *»iueriy manner, xoiaciii tate the business of the day and afford ? ample convenience two distiuct polls were Iie!d at the Police Court— one wifbin the Court-house yard, numbered from H to Z, and the other at the late Hastings, numbered from A tot Towards 4 o'clock, the uour tor closing tne polla, little knots of interested loungers gathered around the Court-house, all hazarding their several views as to tho' result in accordance with their convictions or their prejudices. About S o'clock, the official announcement was made from the boatings. Dr. Cakk...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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NOTES AND NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 23 April 1864

NOTES .A-INTD Xvr3SW'S. The following business will occupy the at tention of the Council on the coming Mon day : — Petitions — From residents in Bonn - dary street, Fortitude Valley ; from resi dents at Kangaroo Point ; from residents in Ann-street; from residents in Margaret street. Iteports— Finance, Improvement, and Legislative. Tenders — Forming Roioa street ; for Kangaroo Point ferry steps ; for bine metal. Notices of Motion— By Alder man Stephens: 'That Government be me moralised to pass a Building Act ; Alder man Hackings : ' That persons be allowed to remove stone from Kangaroo Poiut;' Alderman Pctric : ' That a Committee be appointed tu frame a Bniid'ng Act ;' Alder- ' man Pettigrew: 'That the Legislative ' Committee frame bye-laws for tbe preven tion and extinguishing of fires ;' Alderman Petrie: 'That a stone culvert be made in Old Boundary street ;' Alderman Pctti grcw : ' Tbat a portion of Charlotte-street be metalled ;' Alderman Petrie : ' That the contractor for the T...

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ADELAIDE. April 21. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 23 April 1864

ADELAIDE. April 21. Floor is SiS 10s. per ton. Wheat, Us. lOd. per bushel.

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FRIDAY. April 22. (before the Police Magistrate. DRUNKENNESS. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 23 April 1864

Fbiday. April 22. Itcfore the Police Magistrate. DntTKKESSESS. John Davison was fined 10s or 21 hoars imprisonment. INDECENCY. - tlie second time the prisoner had been ac cused of tlie same offence. Be was com mitted to gaol for six months. - Samuel Sbenton, for tbe same offence, was fined £3 or one month's imprisonment in default. Jane M'Douga! forgot the modesty usually characteristic of ber sex, and goffered her self to be seduced by the infamous example ox jlLeGsrs. uregor ana oucuujD. I? uieu x.£ or one month's imprisonment for an in decent exposure of the person. D1SOEDEKLY CONDUCT. Catherine Banks was fined 10s or 48 hours' imprisonment, for creating a dis turbance in the street. LAECESY. William Greenwood was remanded on a charge of stealing a silver watch from one Joseph Hathicson. He was remoadedjor further evidence. Four hundred prisoners were brought be fore the magistrates at the two police-courts in Dublin on December 28, charged with drunkenness and offences arising t...

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CENTRAL POLICE COURT. THURSDAY, APRIL 21. BEFORE the Police Magistrate and Messrs. Bramston and Bernays. DRUNKENNESS. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 23 April 1864

CENTRAL POLICE COURT. Tiidbsdav. ArEiL 21. Befoee the Police Magistrate aud Messrs. ltramstou and Bernaj-s. DRUNKENNESS. Edward Morrison was fined 10s.. or 21 hours' imprisonment; and Chas. W. House, iOs , or 4S hours' imprisonment, he having added disorderly couduct to the offence of drunkenness. ISDECEKT CONDUCT. John Wilde, who was brought up on re mand, was discharged, there being no evi dence against him. Olivia Davidson was charged with the above offence and was imprisoned for six weeks, that she might study politeness and the usages of good society in the meantime. LAIiCESV. 'William Henry Greaves was brought up on remand, charged with having stolen a jiolj ring from Mr. Terry, the Jeweller, in Queen-street. From the evidence add need it appeared that Graves entered the prosecu tor's sbf?{- last Monday, and asked to see some rings. While he was enjraged in cx amiuiug them, a party entered the shop with a silver watch which he wanted repaired. Prosecutor's stteutiou being thus...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 23 April 1864

Colonel the Hon. Donald Ogilry, brother of tbo Ute and uncle of the preieot Earl of Ailiie, Lm died M C»SM, In hi. 1 0tu fttt i

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The North Australian. SATURDAY, APRIL 23, 1864. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 23 April 1864

SATV&DA V, APRIL 23. IS64. The election for Noi-tU Brisbane Las terminated with one of those results which may be described as complete. Mr. Bbook.es Las gone in by a majority which may fairly be taken as one and a balf to one. He did not get quite &ir play from some to whom be was enti tled to look for support. But, even with that drawback, the fact stares us in the face that he has been elected in defiance of the whole force of the Go vernment unsparingly exerted ; and by a majority greater than that which has before been given to any candidate for the representation of the metropolitan constituency. What Mr. Warbv's personal claims to the position of mem ber for the City may be, we are not concerned to enquire. He left those on one side and became the friend of the Government — abetted most consistently by Mr. Petbje. Tiie issue was between Government and the people — between the Government and the most impor tant constituency in the colony. As such it was paraded...

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TELERAPHIC NEWS. SYDNEY. April 21. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 23 April 1864

YE3^1saHlAJE-23XCS XTEWS^ (TUttOIIOa GEEVTLI.E AXD HI CD, EECTEb'k AdESTS.] SYDNEY April 21. The Parliament will be prorogued tomor ronr. The Siam arrived in Sydney, spoke a ship (name uukuoirn) from Glasgow to Brisbane. The Assembly bas passed a bill declar ing the right of free selectors to impound cattle trespassing on their buds. The Telegraph has sailed for Brisbane. Tbe Clarence will sail on Monday, Fat cattle areKeUnjat four pounds file shiHiuss ( £1 5s.) Sherp at 13s. Wool is dull of sale, April 22. Parliament prorogued to-day uutil the 21st Juiie. Tbe Legislative Council has rejected Mr. Bobertsou's Bill far allowing free selectors to impound cattle straying on their laud. Trade is dull. Old rice is »t JEIG per ton ; new at X20.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 23 April 1864

Sate tg gntto; IKIDAY, JUNE 10. THE DAY AFTER THE IPSWICH BACES. At the Government Quarantine Paddock, Sontli Brisbane, at 3 p.m. sharp. Valuable Importation of 98 Pore Bred Kegietti Bams, 2 to 3 years SO Thorough-bred Negretti Ewes, and 38 Thorongh-bred Negretti Bams. Just arrived per Helvetia, from Hamburgh ; and a portion of the celebrated Flocks of J. F. HoOschiaeger, Esq.. of Weisin, in the Grand Duchy of Mecklenburg. Important to Flockmasters. Squatters, and Others, throughout Queensland. MAETIN & D1CKS0N hare received instructions from Messrs. G. Ban' and Co, (Agents in Queensland for the sale of Mr. 3. F. Hoftsehlaeger's pure bred Kegret tis), to sell by public anction. at the Govern ment Quarantine Paddock, South Brisbane, onFBIDAY, Jnne 10 (the day after the Ipswich fiaces), at 3 p.m. sharp, 116 Pure bred Kegretti Bams, and 80 Pare bred Negretti Ewes, Jnst landed ex Helvetia, from, the cele brated flocks of J. F. HoSschlaeger, Esq., of Weisin, in the Grand-Duchy of...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 23 April 1864

HUBoyal Highness Prince Alfred re sumed hU studies at thaBrlinbnrgh Uni versity on January G, mid was present in the forenoon, as usual, at Professor PIw fair e lecture. He afterward! drore to Dad dingston, ^heis he wmiio.1 wmi time

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ANNUAL LICENSING MEETING. TUESDAY, APRIL 19, 1864. Before the Police Magistrate, Dr. Challiner. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 23 April 1864

ANNUAL LICENSING MEETING. ' Tuesday, Api:il 19, 1664:. Before the Police Magistrate. Dr. Challinor. and Messrs. l'anton, lliorn. liorry, and Hendren, Justices of the Peace. Michael Hanrahan applied for a license for an hotel at Bedbank. Mr. A. Sullivan appeared on behalf of the applicant, and 'Mr. Chubb retained on behalf of Messrs. Campbell and Co., who opposed tbe application. The license was granted after hearing both sides in a debate which lasted one Uour and a quarter. ? Licenses were granted to Alexander McLean, Carriers' Arms, and Nathaniel lloSey, Wool Pack Inn. Mr. Chnbb ap pearing for both applicants. BILLIARD UCEK6ES. - Mrs. Connor, Commercial Hotel Scll street. C Hanson, Clarendon Hotel. East street. BAGATELLE LICENCES. J. Hanran. North Star; W. Thompson, Horse and Jockey; and N. Raper, Mel- bourne Hotel.   ---    

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 26 April 1864

gaits tfgjttfcm. ' FRIDAY, JUNE 10. 3*HE BAY AFTER THE IPSWICH RACES. j£t tlie Govenunent Quarantine Paddock, £ontk Brisbane, at 3 p.m. sharp. -Valuable Importation of 93 Pore Bred Negrctti Bams, 2 to 3 years old SO Thorough- bred Negretti Eves, and 38 Thorough-bred Kegretti Bams. Just arrived per Helvetia, from Hamburgh ; and a portion -if the celebrated Flocks of J. F. Hoffschlaeger, Esq- of Wcisin, in the Grand Duchy of Mecklenburg. Important to Flockmasters, Sqnattcrs, and Others, throughout Queensland. MABTIK & DICKSOX have received instructions from 3ressrs. G. Baff and Co, (Agents in Queensland for the sole of Mr. 3. F. Hoffschlaeger's pure bred Negret tis), to sell by public auction, at the Govern ment Quarantine Paddock, South Brisbane, on FBIDAY, June 10 {the day after the Ipswich Races), at 3 p.m. sharp, HGTPnre bred Kegrctti Bams, and SO Pore bred NcgreUi Ewes, f Just landed ex Helvetia, from the cele . brated flocks of J. F. HofischlacKer, Esq., of VeEsin, in th...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 26 April 1864

IBOX REVOLVING SHUTTER, For Shop Fronts, Banks, &c. MR. BACKHOUSE, Architect, begs to acquaiut those interested that he has the appliances now at his command for the construction, at a very short notice, under his direction, of iron or wood Revolving Slintters, -vertical or horizontal. A modjel will be ready for inspection id a few dn]-i ai his offiMi Quwn-«lrwtj

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1864. TIME TABLE. Showing Daily Arrival oud Despatch of Island Mails. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 26 April 1864

liilii. TIME TABLE. Showing Daily Arrival and Despatch o- Inland Blails.' -!-* I * ;.. ? ? Jf lui-lilill* jt! ii1' HMfl31! ;GJ III 1 $$£*&! P*f ff Soil 1 ill if %i I ! ^ \i \ 'i i Is 1 i - g I I i5 ? § iS . 5 g Is ig I . 81 g ig * And mail steamer to XorUiem forts every alternate Tuesday.

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SOUTH AUSTRALIA. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 26 April 1864

SOUTH AUSTBALIA. Monday evening, April 18. — Tlie enter tainment to the Northern Expedition party on Saturday, was a great success. The Ex pedition is not expected to set off until Wednesday or Thursday. Great satisfac tion is expressed with the arrangements on board the vessel. Flour and wheat very dull, and nothing doing.

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 26 April 1864

«TUE NORTH AISTUlUAN' u a purely social anil political ozgau. It lieliereff fa a great destiny for thi* natnrally rich aud beautiful land; and it also brfieres Ujit nolhiag can ' contrihutu no poocrfully to tlie speedy aLUiiunmt of that dcstuiy as union amongst all ueetiou? and dashes of iU people. TLis nnioa. is attainable only ou one eondiUon — Egualily of Rights. Tlie ?* KoRTS Adstea uistt «il],t]iere[6re, as irell for the advancement ot the colony, as because tlie principle is intrinsically just, admcate eqnal Ciril, Keligioae, and Folitieal ItiglitsforaHeoloaisti, irrespective of every considera tion as to Creed or Country. It believes tbe Constitution ot lbs colon; wlien fairly interpreted, fully derelopai and alloved fiee action, to be in its liberality Uie most suitable to oar condition Uitt coul« be derised. It will therefore, apbold (lie CousUtution in its integrity aud oppoiie all changes in it, except eueu as are pro dnerd by its on adaptation and growlli- to irill ts'SS...

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