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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 10 October 1863

FfcTBNT WINDOW BLIND MANU *' VICTORY, QUEENSTBEET (Opposite to Messrs. BaB's Wharf Brisbane.. JOta TBACEF, PflOPBIETOB, -Obn dn&oroF Business, and Snecesor to the bte Mr.1 James Barron and Mr. B Telford. of Lofiilbn, Birmingham and DnbKn,patentees.} begrfostste that be is now prepared tore «e5J£OBpEBS for WINDOW. BLINDS of ?vary' inscription, -rfz.: — Louvre Shutters, for*-J-D2side of windows, to fold or slide': Green Venetian Shade*, for inside or out side, to draw tn anil down ; 'Patent Spring -w Common Iloller Holland Blinds; Spring Boiler Tieksn Blinds, for shop fronts, reran dana, &O.; Perforated Zinc and Ganxe Wire, tW&ifioe, ttarlor. or sitting-room window*. AlsVj^JSanie Wire, mosquito proof. Inserted in 'balnea, to fill the opens of windows, dojffi&c.; French Casements and Joinery, Qxncntsa'.on 'M superior principle. V OHT6EPW ASHING MACHINES— r O.:BINGHA1T8 WELL-KNOWN PAT T#Bl~f-— Parties wishing to be supplied this- year in May, June, or Jnl...

Publication Title: North Australian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 10 October 1863

QCHOOLOFAKTS. Korth Brisbanet-f O Great ?preparations arc being made fc* BIBCH'S HOLIDAT -TBD?1 !-! The first Train will start at 815 p.m., on MONDAl NEXT, 12th October. Snll particulars will be issued in a few days. ' . ' ??' ? \J - GEOBGE BEAVEB. Agent. . ^tOLDEK BOOT HOUSE.— A New cn3 \T Large Importation of GOODS to hi sold at, and under Cost Brice.-7-JOlW GBOGAK, &Hituiaker, of Queen-street, begs respectfully to inform bis friends and patrons thathe.has jostreceivedatargeooa signmentof goods, consisting principauVef Ladies* and Gentlemen's BOOTS is SHOES. and alsh Tups for various kinds ok Colonial manufacture. He has ^so received a '-&-£*? tity of Leather, comprising- different Co ecriptionE, the whole of which will be sold at the cheapest rates.

Publication Title: North Australian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
ADELAIDE. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 10 October 1863

ADELAIDE. The Clsra Say era, from Mauritius, reporta that the Francis Banfield had arrived front Sydney. The Sate was to sail for Sydney on S*h September. Phaiipscin, the applicant for Che Veonto property, *as threatened theSdrf* Aafrtdint Etguter with an action for libel for puMistt-' ing a speech oT Mr.' StrangeWay's in -Fax- Kament,calGnu PbilUpson* swindler. : Wheat is quoted at 5S. 84.' to «s- ' Bi.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 10 October 1863

THE &ORTB AU8%RAUAJr » pub lished on TuB8DATvJBpcBEDiT, ana Satdsdax mornings, and forwarded to Coanby Bnbscriben by tbeeariiestouils. , Wrftmrtfer.ii.fcaT.nai ....,.'.. 9s. - £tgr 'Quarter, credit- ? lo». I .-; ThcQ^urtOTterminateantiieSlitMarcb } her, «t which periods only can resignation I fee received- Notices of resignation wffl ! wAHj^onaeau unless given in writing j Sdw^taw ,rill be cbargea from tifej da^ or coWmcing thwr subscriptions, j : ip&uisorAiwEBnrare. j . Two lines, or under a quarter of an I inch... ? . ? j oj Four lines, or under half an inch.]]] 2 01 Six lines, or under {hree-quarteiB of ] an inch ? g -jl . Eight lines, or under one inch . ? 3 n[ 1BTB%*adlti(Hial eight lines, under ] : anincb... ? #.., 1 Qy '. ?: , tsbxe op Dooororr. jj * OgnMeotn* Insertions ? 10 ^ cent. 1 'I? ?'?- » ? « „ (« _ 26 . „ w ? 2fi I 15«e numW of insertions must be written j will be continued until countermanded, mnd \* ebsrgea accordingly. AdrertbemeiitB&an, J ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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ROCKHAMPTON MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 10 October 1863

' ; ' ? BOCKHAMPTON MAKKETS. iThe.Jftirtimj jlrjw of the, jStii instant states : ' Trade' continnns ? animated, «nd. stocks an reBorted.bare. -The. Customs Berenpe ibr the fortnight , ending SOtfa September is retorned at £1366 its. J6dV— tfca 'jntontli Bt'Bm*maber£j.£S0T7 Ipa. Sd.; £^LtaO^^'/?Q3^xh2)its ibeinaw weUdcter per, pept . . , , ..,_ ?,. ,,-irr*f -;:'» ri «-?» i News Cram Hie Tepabfd ''gold 4i^ings't at the Peak Downs are anxiously looked f9r; the 'Boss aigrings' are completely **:ont of. fte market*' _ . . ; Bakkjb, Bca, &jpa..nnort— We begin to' receive eviaence .of the wool clip having, matnrea, for jsheepofmers axe ao.ireBgairiiic more freely astb the dsmand'Ccirsheep, bare backed, bnt buyers are pot willing to make the first advance in fixing price, and there is not ihe same urgency ju last year ibr ?tockingt&mjtiybr a^ied day. forking bnUocks sttn in' brisk domirii' W«T have jnrtsdd £40. bead f&TTB^f^A^kliw givenTui.. t u ^, j- ? ;T ? - ;. if....

Publication Title: North Australian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
commercial. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 10 October 1863

.?: ?;Qb*££&ESEtC£A£b Is consequence of rae inclement state of Die weather in the early .put. of the w cejf, there was.alol| in all tiiide' operations. Tba impOGsitnlity of Becnring carriage of goods for the interior was mneh felt, bnt the trade, coastwise continued with its usual steajt; neqk- ' A ereat' quantity of merchandise has teams .arnro, we7inaj' oxpect, *~ bosymnd, Incrative season for oar mercantile houses.. The variations in prices during the week ban been unimportant : ? ? . i . t The Crara brings dates from Sydney toi the«th instant -but Ho commercial intelli Ceoce of the slightest importance to Queens land. ' :? ? ?' ? ;?? .??-'' ? 3Tabk ft Gaboef Pboddcb, — B. & B. Bnl cock qaote the following as the correot wholesale prices ?— Flonr,£t6 to £1710s. per ton; old potatoes £10 10s. t new potatoes f IS: per ton: sweot potatoes, £5 per ton; maize,; 4sjaa. per burtel; oaten hay . £12 per ton ; lucerne hay, £11 per ton ; pumpkins, £3 10s. per ton ; bran, £8 ...

Publication Title: North Australian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
GLADSTONE. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 10 October 1863

GLADSTONE. fProm the Bulletin. October 6.) It is proposed cither to rent or purchase tbe building known as the Gladstone Hofrl, or else to construct a building for the purpose on the same hill on ' Auck land Point.' Many persons from all quar ters coino hero for health's sake, and are obliged to leave again for want of 'proper accommodation ; in some instances this ias proved fatal. It is not only a great ?Uujif .onr natural advantages here to suffer this any Jcmjjfrr,'-6«i'i«— ?§,»»«(_ ,a^_ grace to any community who are' wanting in energy sufficient to endeavour at least to make the best of such a delightful spot for the benefit of those who are ut terly destitute of power to help them selves. The diggings on the Calliope, are still progressing favourably. A quartz reef has -een struck, and is, it is believed, likely to be productive of mnch goli, but it is of course premature at present to s«y more Mian that the specimens are very good ; and the geologist. Mr. Keene, has pronounc...

Publication Title: North Australian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
SPAIN. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 10 October 1863

-SPAIN. The Spanish Government has Bent relief in provisions and otherwise to aid the-Bufferers -through the late earth quake.

Publication Title: North Australian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
ROCKHAMPTON. 6th October, 1863. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 10 October 1863

— : ? ? . ? BOCKHAMPTOST. fFBOU OCE OWN COBUESPOSDEKT.) Gth October. 1SC3. PAEEIXGirom disquisition upon the political condition of this locality, and addressing myself (in this letter more particularly ) to social topics, 1 have to note that thfe siicbnd session of the Rockhamptan Circuit Court opepeu on. Monday with the following trial list:— . , ' ' . '..?'??.' ' B. Giles, stealing; C. Uittmar. embezzle ment; AW Plank, obtaining' money under Jalsojiretences:: Maria O'HaUoran, stealing' ; Be^npca iBnwwll. [StealinE;. 6arah .Alcock, ittrntT!onViiTiW|^Mal'i|^ 'stwinci' fit Jt . Butcher, assault wHOTfakmrtrfSSSimlttapa^ P. NoUn,. assault; Ellen Sturdy, stealing; J. B. Daly, obtaining moucy 'by false pre tences; Bobcrt Warner, ibid: Henry Eein b»uk. uttering a forged cheque;' Bobert Wilhamsj ibid; James Montgomery, ibid; William Bobinson, ibid. 'Respecting this said list of cases.' remarks the ifoMhern Argux, 'in its .bear inm wa- Itho- moral „ condition .of so ciety in this district,...

Publication Title: North Australian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
POLAND. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 10 October 1863

POLAND. / The Polish struggle still continues to rage with unparralled ferocity ; tbe Russian atrocities still continued, and' the inhabitants of Warsaw were suffer ing frightfully.

Publication Title: North Australian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
MARYBOROUGH. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 10 October 1863

MABYBOB0UGH. '.'.' (From the Chronicle) . Befcrring to tne ease of some immigrants who still .remained in the depot at Mary borough, the. Chronicle writes: — Men are wanted here .to clear ftoests, to dig, to plough, to engage in heavy manual labonr: such will always find abundant and profit able i employ meut. The lumbering. trade wants such men too; and even 09 thj sta tions, lazy a* the lifo of s shepherd may be. active men ;from .ths agricultural and pas'; toral districts.: inf -England are the men sought for. Mr. Jordan, in his report, saps that there is. .no tack of such persons offer ing themselves, as r immigrants,, bnt irom motives of charity at the instance of the people, of. thU /Oiilony, the preference has been given to the distressed operatives. In justice toihe.cohmy. Ana in all kindness tp the poor fellows, themselves, thistnnst now be confessed to be a mistake. Of course there is a large Dumber «f the late' arri vals.to whom .those remarks do not apply. .We are tndofe...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
PORT DENISON. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 10 October 1863

TOBT DESISON. (From 'the JBoBefoi, October 6.) Several official changes are about to take place. Mr. Pirn's place, as Sub-Collector, is abont to be supplied by Mr. Kilner, late of the Customs, Bockhamptcn. Tbe postal arrangements here are to undergo a great change. Mr. Prior, the Goveruor-in-Chicf, is expected per Star of Australia. It is to be hoped that in this all-important matter, parsimony, will not be mistaken fur economy. The public requirements re quire a vast improvement on our present postal facilities. We arc also to have a Police Magistrate, and tlie appointment, you will be surprised to learn, has beeu conferred on a- Mr. Bum sey, who lately announced his catling 4o he that of a Minister of tlie Church of Eng land I ? Mr. Sheaffe, C. C. L.. has been shorn of his office by advices per this mail. The Bev. Father Murley .returns to your city {Bockhampton) per 'James Faterson.' He has been well supported here; a vay aired colonial Protestant resident has placed his name dow...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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PRUSSIA. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 10 October 1863

PRUSSIA. The- affairs of Prussia present no new features. ? —

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

ENGLAND. The Queen of England was in Ger many : three was a rumour of the in tended marriage of Her Majesty to the King of Portugal. (!) The Prince andlPrince&s of Wales were in Scotland. Sir Colin Campbell, Lord Clyde, was dead,, and has -'been -.buried in Wpt minster Abbey with great honors, neat the remains of the Indian heroes. . . The harvest' in .Great Britain is magnificent, which . is the source of great satisfaction, -and the distress* in tbe manufacturing distriots is on the decrease. . . i Green continues stall unwell ; he has! received a splendid benefit at Surrey ?Theatre, on. which occasion' the house! reported off the Irish Coast, in wait for * new Federal iron-clad just built in Liverpool. ?

Publication Title: North Australian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
ITALY. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 10 October 1863

ITALY. ThB condition of this kingdom pre sents ho newfeature. '

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
RUSSIA. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 10 October 1863

RUSSIA. England, France, and Austriwiiave again addressed notes to Russia, urging that Power to adopt and carry into effect .the 'six points' euggested/iu preceding letters, and to restore the peace of Poland. The reply, of -the Russian Government had not been re ceived. ' '?' ? -^ ?

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
MELBOURNE. October 8. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 10 October 1863

MELBOUBNE. ': '-' ??''? 'October's. ; JSewsfrom Otago states, — Xhe miners an DP w recamnKncine opentiapa; tbe weatbef lieing more-eettled ia its character; a favor* ?tie spring is «^ppcted.' . .y ;''. .;; ;'! ;. ,'?'' '.[' Jln^itho,' Bcvocal iownB thrpogh^nt the coontry, ineetuigs to protest' against trans portation to Anrtralia are being held.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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TELEGRAPHIC NEWS SYDNEY. October 7. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 10 October 1863

; TELEOB A -PECIO 3STBWS (rCOJI OOE OWK -COEEESPOSDEhiE.) - - : SYDNEY. ! ; ; - :? October^. Ths wife of a publican named Harrison has disappeared in a mysterious manner. ' The debate on the financial condition of jthe colony lias terminated in the defeat of jthe Ministry by the casting vote of the [Chairman of Committees. ; OetoT-er8. . Immediately after -Iie opening of tbe As sembly, Mr. Cowper stated that Ministers had tendered their 'resignations to the Go vernor, 'aria they haa been accepted. .He moved tbe adjonrnment of the Home to the following Taesday. : '.' r '??;.. ' . ? .ATeport U in circnldtion that Mr. Martin haslwen sent jfor. Jwd that irith him. Messrs. Foster, Eag6r, Fiddington. and Wilson, are to form the/new'lDturtry: ' / ? ' Tbe whole of tbe Tictoria'n riflemen ap jKHnted -to compete in the match have ar rired here. The unsettled nature of the ireatlier has injuriously interfered with the ?mutches. ; A reward of £500 each lias just been -offered6-irGilbert'E gang,...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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ARRIVAL OF THE ENGLISH MAIL, NEWS TO END OF AUGUST. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 10 October 1863

* I,'' '-ABE-IT^ ^'z- ?' -. -*?' ;-» OF THE '.; . ..- ? ?_ rifTGLISH M^IL, '***!. KEWSIOESDiir ABGDET, ? ?. ' --It- - - . \_ - i The City of Melbourne arrived at Glcnelg at 5 a.m., with the English TjaHT'wbich she -received— from— ttre Madras: in St. George's Sound on the 4th instant The latter vessel left Gaffe 6iffch'e'20Qi TSepfember. ' ,

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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PETTY DEBTS' COURT [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 10 October 1863

;?? ipExrr debts* ooueT. Harrison Bannon v. W. W. Brown. — This fused payment on tSic groana^^kt'Uio mST^^ dies urero spoiled. The keoeh allowed- half the amount churned. ? /

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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