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IPSWICH. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 8 October 1863

IPSWICH. FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) Business is still very dull here; the late rain has had the effect of rendering every branch of trade inactive. The men who were employed by Mr. Austin, the Road Engineer, at the Rosewood Scrub, have all 'struck,' and are at present parading the streets of Ipswich unemployed. The reason of the strike, according to the statement of the men themselves, appears quite justifi- able. They understood and believed from the nature of their contract that they were to receive a certain amount of wages and rations — 'wet and dry.' The contractor thought that it was too expensive to pay men during the wet weather for sitting in their tents, and consequently ignored the contract. It certainly is a hard case if em- ployers, no matter who they are, are allowed to drive a coach and four through their agree- ments. If the men's statements are proved to he truthful, it will appear very strange to the Ipswich public if there be not an inves- tigation into this mat...

Publication Title: North Australian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
IPSWICH POLICE COURT. TUESDAY, OCTOBER 6, 1863. Before the Police Magistrate. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 8 October 1863

IPSWICH POLICE C0UBT. Tuesday; Octoeee 6, 1SS3. ? Before the Police Magistrate. Mary Allen v. Pat Edwards and Bridget GUI. for an assault. Fined £1 each, with costs, or fourteen days iu Brisbane gaol. The evidence was of a too revolting nature for publication.

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FRIDAY, OCTOBER 9, 1863 Before the Police Magistrate, and C. Gorry, Esq., J.P. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 10 October 1863

- Fsid&v. Ootobeb 9, 1863. Before the Police Htikistrate, and C. Qorry, SS4...JJ?. George Smith, charged with being drunk and disorderly; was fined iSs^ or twenty-four hours. - i ; ? ? # John C Devenport, charged with using, profane -and obscene language, was fined 20s., or fourteen; daya is gaoL B. Williams, charged with beiug drunk, was discharged, it being his first offence. ;

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IPSWICH POLICE COURT. THURSDAY, OCTOBER 8, 1863. Before the Police Magistrate. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 10 October 1863

IPSWICH POLICE COUKT. ' Tuubsoav, Octobeb 8, 1863. Before the Police Hairistrate. Samnel Greer, an habitual drunkard, was fined 20s. or.forty-eight hours in the cells. Jemmy, an aboriginal, charged with being drank, was discharged. Jemmy choose to revive the primeval customs of his country; and thus he appeared in the street. Whon taken to the iock-np in puris naturaUha, the consequence was that Jemmy had to be re warded with a pair of pantaloons forfais ine briety. He very naively remarked to some bystanders that he found out the way to get ' buggerec breech ' for the future.

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IPSWICH. October 9. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 10 October 1863

:-??? ? . ??» »IU,.I!. ^-^t«i»'.« - '' ? 1 . IPSWICH. : : ?' -rcsoai ouft owk ooBBCSfossEinrJ ' -.?.-?? ???!:..'. ?..., -.I - October B. Carr°Wednesaayeveningi«a aooidant of « rtteief eetious natnre happened to! » man naaied^ohn^KeUyva xaxrisr in the (employ «*«ri John FArd, whilst driving * team ..«f kM*ef*itb loading . fitom Xoowootnba^ .Us tkorses^aviliey lapproaohea the iOne Hite Bridge bcBameTestive, and* CblliEion witn i one of jnnnicipal:feesfles ?ns thb-eahatfr ; o»Bs»»*j,Mie,-nau.|wa»y»lef^8tacklw tfaa tresUe, end^ie ampntebon.of his leg, it istooUKbtmav be necessary^ Hehas beea siamoved^ to-fhn -bosnat^L^ . .--^ ? . i r(3to^wich-pri^^ClnbMd:» nieeting fctetievaninK: at^Ic. iHaatan'B,-,the,;Korai 6tv ti^jftlfNnt-jfflti^—* ?Fhf £MloWinK$elfic ^^^iSrtt's' store, ji'; order atofide Si ''5liny'-ir t|te (liUioUcs if ttii« town nave r^jiieaiea'mn tb'makDi tnpwn:, Tbrbugh -tile colamns ^af the jfbfta'JlinftmEpt, thmt*Mi3snr cannot conscientiously 'sand their 'children WaeCiamma?Bc...

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PUBLIC MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 10 October 1863

PUBLIC 4IEETINO. liAirr evening, according ito. announcement, a public meeting was Iteld in the School of A#s,,to give Mr. T.P. Pugh, M.L.A, as opportunity of giving an account of his Sh- wardship during the, Jast Session of the Queensland Parliament. ft. B. MACKENZIE, Esq., M.L.A.. in ths Chair. The CHAIBMAU stated to his auditory thq object of the meeting, and introduced to thorn ilr. . Fugh as their youngest member, who had worked with them so satisfactorily during the last Session of Parliament, and asjne believed to tbe satisfaction of the con stituency, ...(Cheers.) . . - , BL PUGH considered it due in Uto first '. plice to his constituents to have nailed the present meeting, according to his promise wien, he became a candidate. When be' wiat into tbs house he toaod the duties tea ftnes naore onerous then he expected. He h*d called the present meeting to give what was popultdy csfled «n account of his stewardship,, and he should nave called (he meeting before could he.have obt...

Publication Title: North Australian, The
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FRIDAY, 9TH OCTOBER 1863 [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 10 October 1863

Fbida¥. 9th October. 1863. -Before ft. Cribb (Chairman). C. B. Lypns, andH. R. Battanshaw, Esonires, 'j&,\ .:b:;;.: .-. ? . . .. . ; DErXKKKESB. Thomas Muirhead, who admitted to three glasses anj a third offence, was fined Ifls, and Mary Dieter, for a similar' offence and third appearance, was fined 5s. ....... . ' Sdmmons Case. -Kbhovoio sxkD. X Chief Constable v. Owen.— The defendant was charged, wilh. having removed sand from the North Quay. ' ' ' * ,Tho defendant admitted such to be thefart. but he had acted under J&e :Jmstrnctions [of his master.'. ' ' ' , .' ?fMjvf*''1'. &*?&-»£ Constable, infprmed the bench that he .(bad received numeruas Mr.'Grimii(C.P.S.,' informed the bench that considerable excavations bad been made at the North Quay by the lemoval of sand, so much so indeed that the locality '' ^SP£SwS2r^S^IS^ .: AUmflM* ' *''r ' ? 4 ji* ?'? ' ' * ' * ?Vhe bench would in the Kesent 'inttance only inflict the lowest penaltyv£i. with 3s. 6d....

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MELBOURNE. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 10 October 1863

MELBOURNE. The Provident Institute trial Is attracting great attention. The Court is crowded eacb Say. Tbos far the evidence is tellinf heavily against Hancock and Foxton. Jndgs Williams intimated that no.evidenoe having been brought against Anderson, .one of tha directors, he should discharge him tomor row morning. . . L In a case arising out of the imposition «f duties on certain spirits ' imported by chemists for medical purposes. Mr. Fellows Ess given his opinion that the Customo, Amendment Act U not law. not having beea reserved for Royal assent. . ffiatde closed ' fcriskly. Xaree sales of fionr tEStc -talaSFipTifci «jHM iratea. Tin* salt bonght up, and held tor JSf ' —*''?' Tr y Maize is bought up at 4s. 3d. limit ant wheat changing bands freely.

Publication Title: North Australian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SHIP MAILS. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 10 October 1863

SHIP MAILS. Ths unite fw-the-NuiUiBin Poils-wiH htr mado up at the Post Office, and dispatehed as follows:— . :*' . F^r TPm'BIT^ letters: on 6atartoj-.Jhe, . 10th October instant, at 4 p.m. ; and for all other letters' sed newspapers, on Saturday, the 10th OctoSer instant, at 4-30 p.m. ! The mails for Gladstone, Maryborough, BockhampUra, and Port Denison will |jo made 'up it this oflice. per Queensland, ;as follows:—- ' : . For registered' letters, on Hobday, the 12th October instant, at 6 p.m. , r . .' And for 'all other letters and newspapers job the same day, at S pjnZ ' .

Publication Title: North Australian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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CENTRAL POLICE COURT. THURSDAY, 8TH OCTOBER, 1860. BEFORE T.S. Warry, chairman, R. Cribb, and h. R. Buttanshaw, Esquires, J.P.'s DRUNKENESS. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 10 October 1863

CENTBAL POLICE COUBT. r - Thdii£pat, Sth Ootobeb, 1S63. . BefObe T. S. VTarry, chairman. B. Cribb, and H. B. Buttanshaw, Esgnircs, J.P.'s. bnursKKESS. ?' Catherine Collins was .charged with druukness, being her fifteenth offence. The Bench said, they really did not know what to do with her. . The prisoner said that she -was about departing for Ipswich. The Bench pointed out that she tna liablo to be imprisoned for two years. She was fined 5s., and cautioned not to come again before them. ASSAULT. Thomas Donovan, engineer of the Government tow boat, was charged with fighting in the public streets. The defendant said, he had been assaulted and merely struck in self defence. His opponent was not apprehended. Dis charged. . . ? BID LASODACE. ? - i' Mary Ann Sharp, alitu Patterson, was charged with nsing highly improper language in the public streets, but upon ex pressing contrition, and a promise of amendment, she was discharged. dbdxe. * George Walker, James Bcanmont, and John Thomas J...

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COLONIAL NEWS [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 10 October 1863

CO&ONIA.X* NEWS. Dl the Urara, which arrived yesterday evening, from Sydney, we. have received news from the neighboring colonies to tae following dates:— New South Wales, 6th October; Victoria, 30th September; Tas mania, 27th September: South Australia, . 26th Sectember: and New Zealand. 28th September. Tlie news is nut veryimpor tanf, and has beea mostly anticipated by telegram. Extracts of any extent we shall defer till Our next to make room for onr Provincial news. The ten days later New Zealand news is given to details of the troops proceeding to the front, and the retirement of the Manries across VTairoa with such booty as they had been able to capture in the surprises they had made on the block-bouses aud stations. Tlie telegrams in the Sydney journals an to the Cth instant, from these we extract such items as have not appeared in onr own telegrams, or wljicb arc more fully stated by our Syduey contemporaries : — NEW SOUTH WALES. BJLTHCEST. Last Saturday night, about ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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METEOROLOGICAL OBSERVATIONS. Taken at 9 a.m. (Per Electric Telegraph.) [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 10 October 1863

METEOBQtoGlCAL OBSEBVATIONH'. .,''.'. Taken st-9 ajn. ' ' '' ? !, fPur Electric Telegraph.) O'cTOBKB 8.— Barometer, corrected,, Sydney, M-6S6; thermometer (shade), 59-2; force of win^,l; clond, 10. . . . : .October 9. — Barometer, .corrected, Sydney, . 29^5r:itnermorneter, shade, 596; direction* of irjnq. SI6.WJ; force of ?wind, 2; dona, 6; .wea&er fine. ? . .

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NOTES AND NEWS [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 10 October 1863

IJOXfes ,A.r-no XiHBWBL ^- i f.': ' ? ? i *. i Tl* wan^of a lady of simila%j-riil«ithro- picftelingB'ina total abnegation of self, as ekhfbllcd by Mre. Caroline Obisbolm in the Bister cnioates, is sincerely feltTn'Brisbane. Toang girls just on ived are thrust for a few -dnysTnta-the c«ldV1iettrtIesB'n%ii6t,~wTr£olit a friend of their owd sex to five them that salutary advice which must be so essential \o their wcllaoing in the community. After a given ^iine, if they are' unsuccessful in ob taining situations, they arc thrust forth into thestreetn. Comment is needless. We call attention to the case of tbe young girls per Sunda in our police report of Thursday. Oh Thursday, Mr. Ferdinand Nikolans BoseBstengel took the oath, of allegiance before the Police Bench, preparatwy to his receiving letters -ct naturalization. ? .--?-. i#. Yestebdat, Mr. John Sullivan bad granted to him a publican's license, which bad been inabcyance fora weck,for a house to be caUcdvthe Qneen's A^ms, in Wickha...

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AUBURN. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 10 October 1863

AUBUttN. (Correspondent of the Maryborough ChrmaeU} I Times: our fondest anticipations are likely to be realised, us a more splendid lambing season could hsrd'y be desired. The average increase this year on the Anburn Biver wiH - closely approximate to tho old mover's scaja of interest— cent, per cent. The suocesstnl r issue of flits season will io * great tneaswe enable the squatters to pail op the groani they lost lust year. Any failure unt b« - solely attributable to some went of manan m»l on the part of the nariiea JCOBceiaeo. , tiful. .The exodus that has set in frmftK' old conntry begins to be seen up hare from . the number of ''new e'lums' one meets with at nearly every siation in (he district, to say nothing of stray lots of immigrants from 'de fader land.' Whilst this influx continues of people of onr own cwntry, re ligion and habits. I think our member, Mr. ^. Mackenzie.. may shelve his long cherished ' notion of inundating the colon* with Coolies. . . ? . ' . . The statio...

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WIND AND WEATHER THURSDAY, OCTOBER [?] [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 10 October 1863

.?.,,.,,= WXKD A^UteWiC A.TOER. - '.'.:? .'r-nmiintai -y-&am&igTmsmj.-W -.-?*. ? Briabane.6.W..fino;IJytton. W^cJonay; Ipswich, calm, ..fins; Laidley, calm rain-; teg; Toowoomba, ,W.S.W.. i'very cloudy; Prayton, SMi, saining ; Warwick, calm, raaing : Sydney, S&W,, fine, cloudy. - Octobers.— Brisbane. S.E., fine; Lytton. &&i- fine; Ipsricb.. fine ;? ? l,aidloy» fine; Toowopmbajfinej; Drayton, fine; -Warwick; fine. : * i ? . ?

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LATEST NEWS. Sydney, October 9. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 10 October 1863

LATEST NEWS. -....:..; - ,Sydney,,October 9. . ? ) fii^TSon W ^^ Septetnber ?:'.' i Preetden&i order had jbeeu iasued fiir. tbfi wmtSonatinn of fionBoripttoB in , New York.--; ?---'. '''-- ' ??'?? ' ??' Fort . Snmpter , was .. withstanding', & ; furiorjp bombardment; : '.. ' ?? . .-'.'.'-.,.... \ Typius fever had made its appear ance, and 'was making feaifijl lavages ? in ViokBburg. ' ;' ?'.'?' '--'j'- ,Tfae Con^erate States and the neV: Empire of Meiicp . h^ mntually secogr nised;esoh other «fi independent State*. Gaieral Iiee, with !iiiB j^y;*ug:' minted Hj etoong icin bro^nents,..,in- ? tended imn^sdiat^^resuini^ ..offiuave operations. .???' ?/ t .;.- i The agitation has iieen, resumed in I England -againBt tte supply 'of Bteam vesselB or otoree for irtipOonJedemte service. . ? ? ? ?-' ?'?- ?;'??-?. - ? - ?}?*-(?? Russia, at the solicitation of the Western Fowerfi,Tba6.at length conceded a new ConstitutioD to.Poland. . .. , ? ,-\.::.'; The- «onference mt Frankfort...

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WEEKLY CALENDAR. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 10 October 1863

. ' 'WBEKLT CAIiEKDAB. I ,r-'i . Jt5t- 'B.«. ? ?«.«.'- a.' ii. t«' featmuaT ? 10 S3S 81 389 84SS6 Bond*? ? II t 51 61 27 » 8 50 9 12 Wooday ? 12 , S » . .6 2. ,-38 9' » W SM roradar ? 03 t M 6 a ? *t S M Vt 10 36 WnJn-admT_U 5 31 6 3 13 110 1121 thundaj _15 6»- E 3: S3 U6fi 0^3 Friday ___161 529 « * 33 0 Sf. 1 0

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COMMERCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 10 October 1863

COMMERCIAL. ; Gold lias fiJlen in JNew York to 26J premium, 'whilst at Bichmond it is at: 110 premium. ? The Presidental election' attracted much attention and there were several candidates in the field. - ; The French have declared the er-: ection of a Mexican empire with Max!-; milian of Austria as Emperor. . : This .event has created in the1 Northern States an immense sensation; and may iiltimately lead to further! complications. ? ? ' ' '.

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The North Australian. SATURDAY, OCTOBER 10, 1863. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 10 October 1863

j SATUBDAT, OCTOBER I'lofisra] \?n ndunfrfe-iueiit; exclamation of tK« tqnattere &ait, l^rioaltureis an'tuprofitr , tfjle pursuit^ ' ^d'.''tliat, ;£hfr assertion : ioay.hare (rriiji fcr ita.hasis^ tbe party, l^i^'rerjr^ate 'their interest in Pjjr? liainen^.clpTtlia Best t&ey'cau to render atifiacb.- ', K tie farmer does succeed in ' t^apins &£ur return for his labor it is in spite pfc-,t*ic- restrictions and diffi culties placed a&; bis '. way. .Were an pnfipnt. jfig^jtian to fee Euddeoly re Jfofta lo earth and to read our itatutes, tis religious leritiment-wonld be doubt less enlivene#by Uje care they ' exhibit in providing for' and protecting the {amed siieep *nd Kne. The' cultivation of the soil h( would doabtless look upob asaninferio pnrsuit—rfitt indeed for* the mere rerass of immigration, £ut utterly wort 'thy of men of spirit, of. means,, and f character. He wonld see the mod n shepherd kings occapy renf, while le. agriculturist is com pelled ...

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AMERICA. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 10 October 1863

AMERICA. The afikirs of America present but little change, the intensely hot weather having prevented active operations ; ; both parties, however, are preparing for' a final desperate struggle. - .. ; The Confederate armies lay encamped - near Falmouth, between rivers Rappri dan and Rappahanock, thus holding the command of the Virginian mountain passes. - Lee is still in -command. : North BankToTthe Kappananotk. TBaT general has three times tendered his resignation, but President Lincoln has each time refused to accept of it ; (be probability is, however, that he even tually will be succeeded by Grant- or ; Rosencrantz. ' - The Federals continue to be etill: successful in Norjth Oarolina, and have : destroyed an immense^ amount of pro perty. The Confederates are reported as burning their own cotton. : The attack on Fort Wayner, Morns' Island, is still' continued. The' .gun boats and land forces after bombarding it during 11 hours, and having thereby effected a breach, the aSsablt wa...

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