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BRISBANE MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 13 October 1863

BRISBANE MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. The usual fortnightly meeting of the Municipal Council was held at the Council Chambers at three o'clock yesterday after noon. The following gentlemen were pre sent : — His Worship the Mayor, presiding; Aldermen Stephens, Pettigrew, Jcays, Petxie, Warry, Jones, Mayue. and Teevan. The minutes being read and approved, some correspondence was read of a comparatively unimportant character, when a letter was read from W. A. Brown, Esq., the Sheriff, informing tho Council that owing to the discharge of a number of prisoners from the City Gaol, there were but seven instead of twenty-four prisoners to answer the pnr pose of Corporation laborers. The next letter read was from the Com mittee of the South Brisbane National School. J&rfcying t|iml tlte ?toeeti1in *j» yiarK- . TheruportoirereViiianee Committee was then read. It recommended the payment of the following accounts ; — £ s. d. Labour wages ? 25 11 6 Town Clerk's salary ? 25 0 0 Clerk of Works ? 16 ...

Publication Title: North Australian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
EARL RUSSELL'S DESPATCH TO THE RUSSIAN GOVERNMENT. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 13 October 1863

EABL RUSSELL'S DESPATCH TO THE BUSSIAN GOVEBITMENT. week: — EABL BDdSElT. TO LOUD KAI1EB. Foreign Office, June 17. My Lord — Her Majesty's government have considered with die deepest attention the despatch of Prince GortschakorFof the 2Gth April, which was placed in my hands by Baron Brnnnow on the 2nd May. Her Majesty's government are not desirous, any more than Prince Gortscliakoff, of continu ing a barren discussion. I will, therefore, pass over all tbe coutroversy regarding my previous despatch ; I will not endeavour, in the present communication, to fix the pre cise meaning of the article regarding Po land in the treaty of Vienna, nor will I argue, as Prince Gortscliakoff seems to ex pect I should do, that there is only one form under which good government can be esta blished. Still less will I call in question the benevolent intentions of the enlightened Emperor, who has already in a short time effected such marvellous changes in the legal condition of his Bussian subjects Her...

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TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. SYDNEY. October 10. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 13 October 1863

TPT.-Fiqw. A PUtc1 NEWS. (FEOM OUS OWH COBBESTOI9DEKIE.) SYDNEY. Octoher 10. Feom the many conflicting rumours about town it is impossible to speak with certainty as to the successors of the late Ministry. One report assigns ministerial posts to tbe gentlemen whose names t forwarded to yon yesterday, viz.: Forater. Premier; Martin, Attorney -General ; Eagar, Treasurer; I'id dington, lianas ; and Samuc}s.Ji»hUcJBcji» At the Volunteer Beview, Lady Young pre sented the prizes to the successful competi tors for the rifle matches. Mr. 'Wickham, the prize marksman at the long ranges, who is a member of the Paddiiigtoo Com pany, has been'declired the champion of the event. Ac additional batch of Volunteers, seventy five in number, sailed to-day for New Zea land. The comparative decrease in the Consoli dated Bevenue for the past quarter, afl com pared with the third quarter of 1662 amounts to £34,000 deficiencies under the headings — Customs, Hint, and Licenses. The Yarn Tina, steamer, left...

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CENTRAL POLICE COURT. THURSDAY, 8TH OCTOBER, 1868. BEFORE the Police Magistrate. DRUNKENNESS. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 13 October 1863

OEM 1AL POLICE CODBT. Turn jay, 6th October, 1868. BcroBEtiu 'olice Magistrate. mUTBSBBVBBB. - Jno. Sm h, Francis »»Hft'»W aUa* Charles Th npson. and Phillip Davis were all charge* with dnmkenzwa, aades. fins Imposed up l each. - Daniel Charteson, charged with tomkennBi pttftaub/ and nt on bail, was remanded, ho being in that condition again this morn ing. Since procuring bail Daniel had pro cured more liquor. Which accounted for his remarkable condition in appealing to answer to the charge. StttHOKS CASE. Before Messrs. U. B. Buttanshaw, and C. B.Lyons. Frederick B. Darcy, the complainant, charged Jano Newman with unlawfully de taining personal property. Mr. Darcy deposed, that he had b«en lodging in the house of defendant during the year, bnt ho left there last June; she refused to allow him to remove his personal effects from the house, which consisted of two bexes containing clothing, deeds, &c.; he valued the articles at £15; he had served a copy of a notice of demand u...

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VICTORIA. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 13 October 1863

VICTOBIA. We (Tictorim) are sorry to learn that His Grace the Archbishop of Sydney has not been well this week. The Bight Bev. Dr. Wilson, Bishop of Tasmania, thongh advanced in years, is very active. His Lordship paid a visit, lately, to the Lunatic Asylum, and was much pleased with the improvements made by Dr. Paley. Wo may here mention tiiat die new Superintendent has done all in his power for die religious well-being of its un fortunate inmates. A Suburban priest has received, by die last mail, a long communication from die Bev. David Barry, an old Melboumite of many years standing. The letter dates from die college of Douay, France, and as it relates to some news of importance, we are kindly permitted to pick the following from it. Tbe writer speaks warmly of bow all die young Victorians have progressed on French foO. Master John O'Sb'anassy, the eldest son of .tbo late premier, lias got on -well, lias finished hi* European education, and will leave France for Melbourne tiiis m...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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MELBOURNE. October 10. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 13 October 1863

MELBOUBNE. October 10. As Anti-transportation League was initi ated yesterday, at a large public meeting. The E.M.S. Madras arrived in tbe Bay at three o'clock this afternoon, and is expected to resume her voyage to Sydney to-night. The criminal proceedings against the late Directors of the Provident Institute have tenninatedmost unsatisfactorily. Fox ton was discharged from want of evidence ; and in the cases of the two others the jury could not agree.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 13 October 1863

ABBTBACT OF BALES BT ADOTIOK. TUESDAY AND WEDNESDAY. Messrs. yASTCK W JHCKSON. mOBus City Auction Hart, at 11 o'clock: Wines, Spirits, Drapery, Oilmen'* States, Dried Knits, Groceries, Tinware, &c BOBBBT DAVIDSON, at hi* rooms, TO MOBBOW (Wednesday), Maryvale estate, vicinity of Lang Farm.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 13 October 1863

JTIHE NORTH AUSTRALIAN is pub X lishetl on Tuesdat, Thcbsdax, and ' Satdbdat mornings, and forwarded to Country Subscribers by tie earliest mails. ^£BHB OF SOBSOBiraOH. Per Quarter, in advance ? 9s. Per Quarter, credit ............ 10s. Single Number ? 4d. The Quarters terminate on the Slit March, 30th June, 80th September, and 31st Decem : ber, at which periods only can resignation be received. Notices of resignation will not be attended to unless given in writing. 'Bubsoribers will be charged from the date of commencing their subscriptions. T TEBXB OF APVEHT1B1MQ. 8. d. Two lines, or under a quarter of an inch ? 1 0 Four lines, or under half an inch.... 2 0 Eix lines, or under three-quarters of an inch ? 2 6 Eight lines, or under one inch., ? 3 0 Brery additional eight lines, under aninoh..... ? 1 0 '; . f*HM of Dnaomjc 6 Consecutive Insertions ? 10 ^) cent. 13 ' „ ...... If » The number of insertions must be written on the YACK-wf each AdvertiBtaiieiit, or, it wOlbeeohGindnntil c...

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METEOROLOGICAL OBSERVATIONS. Taken at 9 a.m. (Per Electric Telegraph.) [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 13 October 1863

METEOBOLOGlCAi OBSfifiVATIONB. ? . Taken at 9 ajn. {Par Eleetric Tdemsph.) OctobebIO. — Barometer, corrected, Sydney, 29337,- thermometer (shade), 6*9 ; force of wind, 2; etooa,& ' October 12. — Baiometer,cumcted,Sydoey. 29.059; thermometer, shade, 62-5; direction of wind, 0; force of wind, 0; cloud. 9; weather, dull.

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SHIPPING. DEPARTURES. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 13 October 1863

[?] DEPAETDEES. Octobeb 10.— Williams, steamer, 400 tons, Captain Cottier, for Boekhampton. Pas sengers— Mr, and Hn- G. F. White ana family (4). Mr. and Mrs. ? . Mra. Crawler, Mrs. Stewart, Messrs. Hood, D. Lowrie. J.P. Thorn. P. Harden, E. Ware bam, Manton (2), T. E. Porter, C. Bowie, and about 30 in the steerage. October 1L— Urara, steamer, 600 tons, % .! Captain Wiseman, for Sydney. Passengers ,1 -JCaptain and Mrs. Eldridge, John Turner, ,' B:fc. HufaAinson.D.B. Hughes, J. Tingle. H. Howoll. John Good. A. Bloxhani.H. Best; and several in the steerage. v- * %? ? ZXfOBTS. Williams, for Bockhampton: 1 portman teau, J. Murphy ; 4 boxes. Mrs. Wicks; S . cases oilstores, B. Oliver ; 1 cask Thorley's (bod. Upward and Bowles ; 28 stores. 1 - bondle iron hoops, B. Stewart; 10 csseB kerosene, 1 case glassware, 6 packages, J. Eohn and Co; 107 stones. U'Donald; 4 casks porter, 1 quarter-cask bqutdy, & Dans and Go ; 4 casks bottled beer, Orr and' Houeymaa; 2 coses drapery, 1 case kero...

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CAPE OF GOOD HOPE. (VIA ADELAIDE.) [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 20 October 1863

CAPE OF GOOD HOPE. (Via Adelaide.) News from the Cape of Good Hope is to hand to August 22nd. The Federal cruiser Mohican had left Table Bay lor the purpose of cruising off the coast of Brazil. The Vanderbilt was soon to follow. There is great speculation afloat as to lie fate of the Confederate prize Sea Bride. Four men for her were obtained in Table Bay from a cargo boat. She was making for Saldanha Bay. H.M. steamer Yalorus followed her.

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OTAGO. (VIA MELBOURNE.) Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 20 October 1863

OTAGO. (VIA 5IELBOCESE.) Wednesday. The Gnttenburgb, Rtcainer, arrived to*dny bnngs 77 passengers, and 2004 ounces of gold. The weather at the Lake Diggings had been most variable ; sometimes warm, some times breezy, aud at other times perfect hurricanes blowing. The Shotover had been flooded, and a bridge bad been carried away for the fourth time. The claims of the diggers had been swamped', jest as their prospects were brightening. The last es cort brought down C7o7 ounces.

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ADELAIDE. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 20 October 1863

ADELAIDE. The troops embarked for New Zealand. They were accompanied to the Port by a large nnmber of Volunteers. Several flat, tering addresses were presented to them on the eve of their departure. Rich specimens nf gold have been disco vered iu the Adelaide Copper Mines, within twelve miles of Adelaide. Wheat is quoted at Gs. Flonr offering frcly at £15 U £16. A splendid harvest U anticipated. By the arrival of the Urara we havo two days' later news : — Messrs. English and Brown's tender for building the Town Hall is accepted, the sum being £li.SS3. A London firm writes to Adelaide that large quantities of adulterated tartaric acid have been shipped for Australia. In the Legislative Assembly, the Northern Territory Bill was read a second time. It provides that land is to be sold in lots not less than 160 acres. Metropolis to consist of JO00 acres. BlocUs for leasing are uot to be less than 25 miles, nor more than 300 square miles in extent. The regulations provide for an ad vance ...

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VICTORIA. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 20 October 1863

VICrOBIA. .. '? The great topic in Melbourne appears to lie the Transportation question. On this subject the Argia writes J— The general feel* ingof nUntsuMD wnteh wi.«mk»d*t 'fte meeting recently held to protest against I the threatened exportation of convictE from j the mother-country to Australia is not likely j to be permitted quietly to die out. The ex- j citement has already assumed a more definite ' and tangible shape than belongs to a mere evanescent outburst of sentiment, and has been follnncd up by such practical results as rarely attend popular agitations on public grievances. It was proposed iu Cast Jemaiae — and the idea is worthy of consideration—. fiat Western Australia should also be made the depot of Victorian ruffianism ? that ' native talent' should be placed in juxta position with the 'education' of the ancient schools of crime. The proposal was made in juke, but it may bo carried out in earnest. If Western Australia is to be a criminatia of Great Britain, why sh...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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NEW SOUTH WALES. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 20 October 1863

NEW SOUTH WALES. There is not much of general interest in the papers. The Ministerial crisis and bush ranging being the leading themes. At a meeting of the New South Wales Acclimatisation Society, Dr. Bennett men tioned that, as many letters have lately been received bv the societv from various parts of the colony on the subject of the Anindy silk worm (Altaaa JZicuu) which feeds npon the foliage of the castor-oil tree, it may be advisable to state thai every exertion is being made ny this society, aa well as by that of Melbourne, for the introduction o this valnable silkworm from Calcutta. All those that hare been as yet sent from India have perished during the voyage; out as better arrangements have been made for insuring their srrviring the transit, the society hopes before long to graoify t'6 wishes of the numbers by being able to announce the safe arrival of these silkworms for distribution. . - . In: connection with the efforts to form a newlDniEtry, ?meeting of members of the...

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METEOROLOGICAL OBSERVATIONS Taken at 9 a.m. (Per Electric Telegraph.) WIND AND WEATHER. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 20 October 1863

« 7 .^^^^^^ 1 METEOROLOGICAL OIlSEKVATIUNri Taken at 9 a.m. (Per Electric Teletrraph.) WHTD AND WEATHER. October 17.— Brisbane, calm, dnH Lyt ton, N, doll and cloudy ; Ipswich, calm, rainy; Laidley. calm, thunderstorm, with rain: Toowoomba, calm, dull; Drayton, S.K, stormy ; Warwick, calm, and heavy thunder, rain, and lightning.

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MELBOURNE. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 20 October 1863

MELBOUENE. The Qaymarket Theatre is surrounded nightly by parties desirous of seeing Mr. and Mrs. Charles Kean's appearance. Every available seat is taken ; some were sold at qnadruple prices by speculators. The Haymarket Theatre was crowded on Saturday night, and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Kean achieved an immense success, not withstanding the selection of the ' Game ster' was considered unfortunate. Paragraphs respecting the Queen's pro jected marriage and the Prince of Wales' former marriage are not borne out by the English papers. A powerful anti-convict league, with an active committee, has been formed. His Excellency the Governor is unable to re ceive an address on this subject from the Government. At a meeting of the Colonial Bank, the directors met the shareholders with a clean breast, and informed them that over 100,000 sterling bad debts were marked off, and that they could not declare a dividend. The hank now starts with a small reserve fnnd. A private telegram from Adelaide re...

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NOTICE TO CORRESPONDENT. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 20 October 1863

KOTICE TO OOBBBSFOKBEST. ~Z~~ [?]

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COLONIAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 20 October 1863

COLONIAL XTETWS Br the Clarence we hnd three days' later news from Sydney to the 13th instant, and from Victoria to the 10th instant. This ncn-s we wcro unable to publish in our Saturday's issue. Ycster.lay the Urara ar rived with news to the 15th instant, and from Niw Zealand to ihc Oth instant. We subjoin the telegrams from the Sydnej' Journals in the order in which they wcro received, by the steamers : — SYDXEY. (By the Urara, from the 13th to the 15th instant.) Information, by a private source, has reached Bathurst that the bushrangers arc encamped in a dense scrub twelve miles from Buckley, in the direction of Carcoar. It is said their fires can be scon at a great distance, and they appear to be enjoying a carousal. No police have yet been ia the neighbourhood. Great excitement is prevailing in the Tanibaronra district owing to several sus picious characters having been seen — they are supposed to be connected with Gilbert's gang. Several persons are holding gold, not choosing ...

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WEEKLY CALENDAR. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 20 October 1863

ITZXELT CiLESDAJL . E.M. B. ». B. T. U. IL H. X. Cncsdar ? 30 6 25 6 6 7 3 3E (16 wrin«iimr_#i e» ee s s msi Ihnralay -S 5» 6T 83 53 (H FridarJ ? 23 5 32 6 J 10 3 S 16 6 40 Satmday ? 2t 6 21 68 113 1 C 7 40 Bandar ? 25 520 OS 12 S 66836 Monday ? 26^ 6 19 6 9 13 3 - Hit

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