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FRIDAY, OCTOBER 2, 1863 Before his Worship the Mayor, T.S. Warry, and G.D. Webb, Esquires, J.P.'s DRUNK [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 3 October 1863

Fbidat, Ootobeb 2. 18GS. Before his Worship the Mayor. T. S. Warry. and G. D. Webb, Esquires, J.P.Vs. DBOSK. ^James Webb, for being drunk, waB fined Daniel Peat was charged with being gunty of a similar offence, bnt it appearin that he had only landed from the Saldanha the previous day, he was. in consideration of his verdancy, discharged with a caution. GteorseSodem m- tooargsil with ateal jjig a, quantity of property belonging to ^iS^S'S^SLS^. ttuanaTSSelflr. on the 80th of September. Bergeant Hugh Gorman : From informa tion Toceived, 1 arrested prisoner on the SOth September at a tent near the gaol at ?'''tj^-past epjn., onachargeofhavine robbed Major Stevens and a Mr. Katcliff npon searching him I found two letters in his pocket addressed to Mr. Thomas Bat cliff, and a carpenter's role ; I searched the tent in which prisoner was Btoppinv: be -told ma he etopped there : I found the cloth ing produced;' a linen uniform jacket, marked Straeds No. 6, a valise, an umbrella. :a coat, ...

Publication Title: North Australian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
CENTRAL POLICE COURT. THURSDAY, 1ST OCTOBER 1863. Before Henry P. Abbott, Esq. J.P DRUNK. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 3 October 1863

CENTBAJL POLICE CODBT. Tbobeday. 1st Octobee, 1863. Before Henry P. Abbott. Esq, J .P. John Monk, drunk, fined Ss. or 2* hours in the cells. 6TEALIHO TBOX THE PEBSOK. ..^?'''nCampbeU. charged with stealing £17 from Francis Callaghaa. was again re manded until Friday for additional evid ence. LAECEKT. George Hodgson was charged with hav ing stolen a large quantity of propertv. which was contained in boxes and cases under a verandah. The case was remanded nntil Friday. The Court then closed. *

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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A TRIP TO NOOSA AND THE LAKES. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 3 October 1863

ATBfTO KOOSA ABTD THE IjAKES. ?-Br Hb. Wh. Peitigbew, Alpebvas.] As many l ay be desirous of knowing why I went to MooBa, logons Bay. and the lakes there, I nu.y state that it was all caused from the intelligence which I had received from Tario& parties as to the timber that grew there.tand bow that it was arailable for my por/o»e. On personal inspection I find that the report is wholly without foundation.. That there is timber there I do not deny ; vat that it is available in any quantity I most emphatically deny. Bnch was the motive Oat took me there, and this IstheresnjL As thereluy be other sabjects, however, interestingfta the public, I may give an outline of What I observed in other matters. ?Nootfa, is a headland ofcossidexableallatiide, situate in Jatitada 26 degree* 20 minutes sooth. Tht coast bom the Haroochy Biver to this polit -lies nearly north and couth. At this poif t, it bends round to the south of west lor about two miles, where istne en trance tothfc river ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
THE QUARTER'S REVENUE. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 3 October 1863

THE ftUABTER'S REVENUE. CoMMBATnft 6tatbkhnt of the ' Consoli dated Revjnue of the Colony of Queens land, and rf tha Special Foods paid into Hie Treasury, at Brisbane, during the Quarters Jaded 30th Sep., 1862, and 30th Sep., 1863j respectively, shewing the In crease o Decrease under each head thereof— BEAD OF B VjSNUlS Quarter eudai Quarter endnlSOISep., OEBEC PT. SO Sept., 1862 1B63. Cmn — , £ s. d. £ a. d. Bfirito ? - IS.S99 0 3 19,938 IS 10 Wine ? M0» 6 3 li!92 0 2 Ale, Potto, md Beet «3 0 4 «» 1 9 ?Tobacco--. ? 2,7« 0 8 SfiSS 8 1 Set ? i ? 1^3S 17 0 l,Wl 19 9 Bugu-aua] dun.. 2J9W 0 S 3,821 3 8 Cocoa — '. ? — 407 5 1 3S5 13 S Opium ? all 1 7 292 13 9 23^60 19~T 34,438 IB 3 IdSD Revkku - land nit -£30,3*0 6b. Td., I fc Land Orders, J :i,M3 Sa. 7d. ? «10,SS0 11 2 S^I7 1 0 Baataotl*! I ? 31,739 9 4 37,227 13 6 IWIIIHllt F ? 28,33) 16 0 IS 099 S 6 BomWrfBlM ? ? 633 U 0 ? ,/fis,-to T0.M0 18 6 J4.8S7 17 0 FWUL. ? 2£7» 8 9 3,110 18 9 boos*— Wholesales ritSeal fo — _ „ ? Ji_ ' 140 0 0 G...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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ADELAIDE. September 30. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 3 October 1863

ADELAIDE. JSeptember- 30. Another want of confidence motion has been laid on the table of tbe Assembly. Flour is worth £13 10s. per ton, but the market is reported doll.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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MELBOURNE. September 30. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 3 October 1863

MELBOURNE. September 30. His Excellency Sir Charles and Lady Darling attended the Beturn Ball given to the Bight Worshipful the Mayor last even ing. The ball was a brilliant affair, and passed off with great success. Camden will not go for the Ballaarat Champion Bace. He was sajprtched to-day. October 1. A League to oppose tbe introdnction of Convicts into Australia has been formed here. The resnttof the contest for the Ballaarat Champion Bace to-day has been to nUce 93arwon first, Mormon second, and Archer third. » '-? ? October 2. For-fhe ««n««r«t OttamplonOR^c*, Bar won led from the start, and was never headed during the event. He won easily by twenty lengths. Zoeliad the second place for the first two miles, but at that distance Mormon and Archer both mado their effort and passed her. Haidee was last all through the race. Tbe time, which was not first rate, was six minutes four seconds. October 2. The trial of the Directors of the Provident Institute, for defrauding the deposito...

Publication Title: North Australian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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NOTES AND NEWS [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 3 October 1863

NOTES -A-T«I- HE W6. The Special Meeting of the Town Coun cil which was to have been held on Thurs day last lapsed in consequence of the non-attendance of members. The subject matter, originating the call of the Council, was the revision of a resolution of tbe Council to take tbe South Brisbane Ferry, under its awn management. These was very general dissatisfaction, expressed in tbe Central Police Court, on sequence of eleven o'clock having arrived without any magistrate taking his seat upon the Bench. There was one charge for intoxication, and two for felony ; in a fow minutes after the hoar above indicated, Henry P. Abbott, Esq, of the Joint Stock Bank, took his seat, and the business, so far as it conld, was proceeded with. In reference to the melancholy and fatal accident by which Mr. J. E. T. Bobey and John Whitfield met their death, our corres pondent at Mount Abundance sends us the following further particulars, under date, 21th September:— 'At tbe time that the report was se...

Publication Title: North Australian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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TASMANIA. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 3 October 1863

TASMANIA. Portions of tbe wreck of tbe steamer Creole, from Lanneeston to Ounedin, have been discovered on an island in Bass's Straits. A number of the passengers and some of the cattle which were on board, have also been discovered. A boat has been despatched to bring in the survivors.

Publication Title: North Australian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
COLONIAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 8 October 1863

GOLONIAIi 3MEWS. By. the Clarence we have files from Sydney to the 3rd inst., from Victoria to the 2Sth ult, and from Kcw Zealand to tbe ISth ult. The telegraphic intelligence in the Sydncy jnurnals from Melbourne and Adelaide to the 2nd inst. contains only the following items iu addition to those published in our own Telegraphic Sws: — before a crowded court. The prisoners ilcadcd not guilty, and are being defended by Mr. Ireland, Mr. Fellows, and the whole bar, except Mr. Michic and Sir. Wood. The case is likely to last six days. Mr. and Mrs. diaries Kean are holding rehearsals at the Haymarkct Theatre. Ad dresses were yesterday presented to them by the theatrical profession. In consequence of the Biverine settlers endeavouring, through Governmental iuflu ence, to place a subscription punt at Maid en's, the pontoon bridge at Echuca is to be removed to Swan Hill.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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PROVINCIAL NEWS. WARWICK. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 8 October 1863

PBOVINCIAI. NEWS. WARWICK. (From tbe Hail of Saturday last.} A public meeting was held at the Dal rymple Hotel, Allora, on Saturday last, the 2Gth, having for its object the desirability of incorporating the township ; several reso lutions in favour of the idea were passed unanimously, and tbe utmost harmony and good fellowship seemed to prevail, when suddenlvintellicence arrived Uiatcompletcly upset the proceedings of the meeting. It appealed that somc-ill-faTonred black sbcep in the community not having n taste for pulilic meetings, preferred a little quiet manipulation in the shape of bonscbrcaking, and effected an entrance into the store of Mr. Baiusdale, and walked off with that centleman's casli box, which we are happy u» state contained only some two or three Hounds and a few coppers.' Tbe cash box from tlio store, and tlie thief, in orper most probably to testify bis aristocratic notions respecting petty larceny, left die browns in the box. A special meeting of die members o...

Publication Title: North Australian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
PETTY DEBTS' COURT. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 8 October 1863

PK'ITY DEBTS' CODBT. Godfrey O'Bourke v. Wllson.,-Verdici for plaintiff, 10s, JBjobsrd Wdght T. Keniy Blani—For ?{'ftuifSL »i*B'* Yerttot for pWottffi Vja, with IO», oasts. PWtoT.&phjw^ysrflist ftr phlatif, sold and delivered. Settled out of court. Spiegel v. Osborne.— Verdict for plaintiff, £5 19s. Id. Cbubb y. A. T. Smith.— Verdict for plain tiff, £1 Gs. Cleary and Parker v. Parbury.— For goods sold and delivered. Verdict fur plain tiff. £S os. 4d. Ann Dwyer v. P. MacMabon. — For goods sold and delivered. Verdict for plain tiff, £2] 6s. Nader v. G. Smith.— Mr. Cbubb for plain tiff, Mr. Sullivan for defendant. — This case was not finished in time to send die verdict by this post.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 7. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 8 October 1863

WJsDKEBTtA'r, October. 7. Before tbe Police Magistrate, and W, Hendren, Esq^J.P. ? JTemmy, .i^EVnwoomb*. aboriginal, charges with being drunk, on promise of future temperance was discharged.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
METEOROLOGICAL OBSERVATIONS. OCTOBER 6. Taken at 9 a.m. (Per Electric Telegraph.) [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 8 October 1863

METEOROLOGICAL OBSEBVATIONS. OcTOBBB & Taken at 9 ajn. (Per Electric Telegraph.) Barometer, corrected, Sydney, 30-033; thermometer (shade), 59-9; force of wind. 1; cloud, 9.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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WIND AND WEATHER. SATURDAY, October 6, 1868. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 8 October 1863

WIND AND WEATHEB. Satdsdax, Octobeb 6, 1863. Brisbane, S, fine; Lytton, SJE., fine; Ipswich, calm, fine, clear; Laidley, W., clondy : Toowoomba, EL, strong and cloudy, dull; Drayton. E., fine; Warwick, 6.E, jatmng^^dneVjW^W^^cloudy. 29-922; thermometer, shade, 63*3; direction of wind,N.NJB.; force of wind, 2; aloud, 10; calm, weather cloudy. October 7.— Brisbane, calm, fine; Lytton, south, fine ; Ipswich, calmjine ; Toowoomba, calm, cloudy; Drayton, do., do. ; Warwick, S.W., do.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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IPSWICH SCHOOL OF ARTS. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 8 October 1863

9 IPSWICH SCHOOL OF AETS. The Annual Meeting of the Members was heid in tbe Hall of the School of Arts, on Friday evening, sumewherc about 50 persons being present. The chair was occupied by the President, Mr. J. M. Thompson, who having read the advertisement convening the meeting, called upon the Secretary to read the report: — Asauial Rtport of the Committee cf Ot Tpsaieh Medumet' School of Arts, for tie year ending September SVth, 1S63. Tbe Committee, in presenting the Beport, have the pleasure of congratulating tho members upon the continued success and prosperity of the Institution during the past the recommendation contained in the last report, tbe Committee have devoted much consideration to tbe subject of raising funds for the erection of a suitable front to the present building, and they have now to re port that an application was made to the Government to have the sum of £I00placed on the Estimates iu aid of the Building Fond, which application was refused. Tbe Draft Bill,...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
SHIP MAILS. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 8 October 1863

SHIP MAILS. Hails per Clarence will be made op at post office for the colonies of. New South Wales, Victoria, South Australia, and Tas mania, also for the northern provinces of New Zealand, as under: — For registered letters, on Thursday, the 8th instant, at 5 p.m. For ordinary letters, on the same day, at 7 p.m. Newspapers, € p.m. Late free mail for Sydney and Melbourne, at 8 pan.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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IPSWICH MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. MONDAY, OCTOBER 5, 1863. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 8 October 1863

IPSWICH MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. Monday, October. 5, 1863. Tbe Council met at a few minutes past three. Present — the Mayor; Aldermen Pettigrew, Clmbb, O'Malley, Thorn. Given, and Shouton. The minutes of the previous meeting were read and confirmed. A letter was read from Mr. Oldham, sur veyor, stating that he had seen the Snr veyor-General. and had given him such in formation as would enable him to fix the boundary of the land to be reserved for the proposed pipe track from the Brisbane river to Ipswich. A letter from Mr. H. Kilner on behalf of the Trustees of the Recreation Bescrro was read by tho Mayor. The Mayor had written a reply to that letter, to the effect that the Corporation bad no intention of going over the boundary of the grant Three and not two chains was the extent of the land re - served. Alderman Pettigeew tbongbt that tbo present trustees were a enrse to the town, for instead of making use of tbe reserve for the purpose for which it was granted, viz, a botanical garden ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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WEEKLY CALENDAR. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 8 October 1863

WEEKLY CAEENDAB. «*» I £-_ llSL te *££? B.M. B.K. BlT. H.H.O.K ThuretoT _ 8 S 37 SO 3(9 64070 Radar ? I SSI 80 S59 72274* fiatmdj? ? ID SSS SI SS9 8 4 S 2S Sunday ? 11 SSI 61 279 850912 Monday ? 13 SSS « 2 389 931961 ToeiaT ? 13 S32 62 03 10 If 1036 Wadneaday—U 531 63 1 3 U 0 1121

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The North Australian. THURSDAY, OCTOBER 8, 1863. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 8 October 1863

TBXJBSDAT, OCTOBER 8, 1863. The present amount of representation being admitted by all sections of politi cians as insufficient for the present popiu- lation of the colony — the population: having more than doubled in numbers rince the existing electoral subdivisions were arbitrarily fixed by the Governor of New South Wales— th& first question which presents itself seeing that the law must be altered and *l,n »»1wm-«, — -f«.— .^1 ;„ *n »!??» — *™ t must the alteration proceed waoA * in - *A«1: p^T*fciftqilnrft *1»\1? ypfinytn bOlllSlSted upon by the people t Changes affecting the political rights of a people i*«nT4 not be of frequent occurrence, as their discussion is liable to frpat^ -a fiwltng of insecurity in the min Au of certain jffifttjpnH of a community, which inter feres with the usual balk of in vestment and deranges the action of Trade. Therefore, it is desirable that when a change is generally admitted to be essential, Che reform introduced should not be of a meag...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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CORRESPONDENCE. THE FASTING CASE. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 8 October 1863

COBRESFONSBKTCS!. ' ? THE FASTING -3 ABE. Djcab Sib,— Since you left us we are com. pletely in the dark as to bow matters and dungs, motives, principles, and conse onences ate proceeding in the world in Central, and of coarse at Brisbane in par ticular. Saturday's issue of the Qieaa Isai S&mi proposes to illuminate in through. Cn&tt Jadou Stdfr JKn BgQ,' shout mlnionlans, wpndar ftS, sbangs doing* tn tbe tarln sitter MstropoJUi lmt fto pity ii tijat our « Ante1' law aes!4 set «& tti '«**? mtivf mm,' tm wm»S wyjA fi» Courier inflicts the first wound on the -' mis guided individual' Donohue, whom it reports to have fasted for forty days. Ac cording to that Oracle, the fact of abstain ing from all human food for that period would be an excellent qualification for a menagerie. Tl-cre was One who fasted far forty days. Where would the Courier ad judge Him ? And if poor Doncliue, with his ??fortystripes less one,' got ?Ssranky' on the head of his attempt, his weakn...

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