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

GAYNDAH. The Banutt Argm states that on Monday evening, 5th inst., the second of a series of lectures in connection with the School of Arts, was delivered by Mr. W. F. Sloman That gentleman having been introduced to the audience by Dr. Stevenson, the Presi dent of the institution, proceeded to deliver a highly interesting lecture on Poetry and Poets, which was well received. As we anticipated, the Burnett and the Barambah rose on Monday last some 10 feet, causing a cessation in traffic of all descriptions. The sooner the sum granted by government for placing a punt on the Burnett is made available use of the better, for thetnis jp.fcnowtnii^triion.KB.riiaU be Isolated position we werasonA time vSE? by having our creeks and rivers flooded and all means of transit cut off. — On the Wednesday evening following we had a. very heavy fall of rain, which helped very considerably to keep the rivers and creeks up to the height they bad already assumed. We hear of a. few losses of lambs on so...

Publication Title: North Australian, The
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No title [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 20 October 1863

» THE NOKTH AUSIEALIA1I' is a puidj social and political organ. It Wiera in a great destiny for this naturally rich ana beautiful land; that nothing can cantrOrate so poirtrf nlly to the speedy artrinpimt of that destiny as union amongst all sectionf anil classes of its people. TM« union is attainable ;only on one condition— Equality of Bights. The ' Noeth AroTEi mw ?* wSl, therefore, as lrell for the advancement of the colony, as because the principle is intlinacally just, adrocate equal Civil, Kdigious, and Political yffiitwfnrnll—lllmitirfj'j{m'Hi ?**'**'» of every considera tion as to Creed or Country. It bdieres the Constitution of the colony, when fiiriy interpreted, fafly developed and allowed free action, to be in Us liberality the most suitable to our condition that eonlu be devised. It will, therefore, nphoid the Constitution in its integrity and oppose all chances in it, except such as arc pro duced by its ovn adaptation and growth. It iriU condemn equally the efforts of ...

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The North Australian. TUESDAY, OCTOBER 20, 1863. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 20 October 1863

% ftort|j Australian. TUESDAY. OCTOBER 20. 1863. AMD the arguments, or more properly speaking the assertions, by which the Railway system, enunciated by the Ministry, was attempted to be upheld, was one to which a great deal more weight was given than it deserved. We were perpetually told that -we should open np the resources of the colony — we should promote ira settlement — we should in feet be supplying the country with those arteries along which the life blood of its prosperity would flow, and without which it must inevitably languish and decay. Let ue just con sider this for a few moments. The Bailway, which has most par aMCnlarty ?caHoa *»«*»-— «W -Ministerial tBympathieEj is one from Ipswich to Too woomba. As a matter of course those districts which lie between Ipswich and Brisbane — between either Ipswich and Brisbane or the Logan — which are in course of settlement to the north of Brisbane — -which are to be found between Brisbane and Gayndah— between Maryborough and Gaynda...

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THE TALGAI GOLD FIELD. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 20 October 1863

? ^HE.TAXASAI GOLD FIELD. From Mr. Charles Bell, who ki jn»t ?-. rived in town from the Talgai Gold field we lean tli* eftUowloer p—*low»-». wwwr we are certain, may be implicitly relied upun. v The nnmber of diggers on the field la sixty, and this number does not inclnde se veral Chinamen who are fossicking about. The Prospecting Claim party have struck the vein, and are making a verv traaH tliim? of it. The parties connected with several other claims are in expectation of imme diately striking the vein. The sixty diggers havo forwarded a me morial to the Secretary for Lands and Works, praying that the gold field may be at once proclaimed, licences issued, and protection afforded to the diggers — this, of course, in cludes the appointment of a Government officer. We have seen some very rich specimens of quartz which will be forwarded to the Secretary for Lands and works. Mr. Bell's object in coming to Toowoomba is to secure supplies, he having already es tablished a store on the di...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 20 October 1863

ABSTBACT OF SALES BY AUCTION TUESDAY* WEDNESDAY. UrBSSBS. MABTIN and DICKSON JVI will. sell by auction, at the City Auction Mart, THIS DAY, at 11 oVJock, kerosene oil, earthenware, drapery, tweeds, and a bay^mare. TO-MOBBO W-*Vednesdajr)'at 1 1 o clock, 20 hogsheads i§H-ndon and Colonial Com pany's No. 3 Barton^Jfr «. Mr *. E: ALEXANDER *rill sell by auc ?non:~av'me miauu»»-»t-«i~ '-?» Dr. fipla. lerton, Adderton, THIS DAY. at 11 o clock. Household furniture, pianoforte, dog-cart, wines and spirits &c&c ?

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 20 October 1863

HE NOBTB AUSTRALIAN is pnb . lished on Tobsday, Thursday, and 8&T8BDA.Y morjipgs, and forwarded to Country Subscribers by the eariiest mails. 7 .''.','? SBBHSpr'SOTBOBIFTIOK. I Per Quarter, in advance ? gjMf Per Quarter, credit ? jos* SJngle. Number ? j... ..''... 4d. j The Quarters terminate on the 31st March, I dOtb June, 30th September, and 31st Decera- I tier, at which periods only cafe resignation I be: received. Notices of resignation will I not be attended ta unless given in writing. I Subscribers will be charged from .Jthe { date of commencing their subscriptions*- I TEBSIS OF ADVEIEZaOiO. ?' » I ? «. a. j Two lines, or under a quarter of an I :inch ? 1 o] Four.Iines. or under half an inch. ... 3 of Sixlines, «r under three-quarters of I :ininch ? 2 61, Eight lines, or under one inch ? 3 01 Every additional eight lines, under I an inch.. ? X 01 i TBBMBOTDUCOCBT. lj 6 Consecutive Insertions ? 10 ?» cent i The number of insertions must be written I on. tie rACK of oach...

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

COlJtTiZEEK.CrJftJ^. Pboddce Bbcetvkd at Ifswich. — By Wal ter Gray aid Co.: 7*%ales cotton, Ipswich Cotton Company ; by Messrs, Hassell and Ogg*6bundles sheepskins. MB. *

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

'' ? SSXPI'IN'Q-. ' ARRIVALS. October 19.— Urara, jrteamer,, 500 toas. Captain Wisemen, from Sydney. Passat Ken— Mr. and Mrs. Wilson. Miss BroUKhtriC Messit J.John. B.B.T*efe. Brown, 1-. G. Davies?M6rey. and 22 in the steerage. - ' '? pepabtcseb. October 19.— Williams, steamer, 400 tons, Captain Cottier, for Eockhampton. Pas seTKers-Mr. J. Fraser T. F Jackson. W. ' B. Yaldwyn. W. Kennedy. J. Browne. J. B. K. Walsh. W. Alexander, Tully. H. King. ft: 8. Scott. O. Browne, Taken. D.%. A. J Dobbs. H. Gray. G. L. Pdchar. W. ? Aplirf. Miss Brown, and 27-upthe flteer ^2l*«i*r- 3«£— Clarence. jBieamer.- Captain Coote. for Sydney. PassefSgers^^T:- 3T.' Walsh. M. 8. Klark. G. C. Crawford. J. M. fTfh*1*. G. F. Enmmenr.TfaaL Dl Comyn. Baff. Mrs. J. H. Cannan, Mr. and Mrs. Mollan, Mr. J. W. Sorby. S. Logan. Miss Griffiths. Mrs. Adams, Hiss Eillongh, Miss BeBbrid&e, Mrs. Bellinger and 2 children, and SO in the steerage. IHFOHTd. TJrara: 20 bags sugar. 25 cases ofl stores, Brabant and Co: 2...

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PROVINCIAL NEWS. DARLING DOWNS. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 20 October 1863

PBOVINCIAL NEWS. DABI2NG DOWNS. fFrom the Toowoomba Papers.) We understand that the racehorse Young Stranger has been sold by his owner. Mr. James White, for the sum of £150 to some party resident in the Northern District. In detailing last week the particulars, as far as yet ascertained, attending the murder of the unfortunate man George Cuff, it was mentioned that ao inhabitant of the town bad seen die murdered man on Friday night at his camping place, surrounded by four blackfcUows and one gin. This turns out to be a mistake, as it was on Thursday '???— f i£Ut he was **'** ?***»? *nn\«hero can be no day night and the following one when he is supposed to have been murdered. Mr. John Watts, of Eton Vale, has arrived by the English Hail ship as a passenger. The news he was destined to receive on his arrival is of a very melancholy kind, being the death of his wife, who, when starting on his trip for England a few months sioee, he left in the possession of perfect health. We have bee...

Publication Title: North Australian, The
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MONDAY, OCTOBER 19, 1863. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 20 October 1863

H-&Dix. Octobeb 19, 1863. Henry Jines, charged with being drunk and disorderly in Brisbane-street on Satur day, the If th instant, also with assaulting the policefcin the discharge of their duty. For the first offence fined 5s. or 21 honrs in the cells. The coats of Sergeant Greenaway and constable M*Giniven were produced and exhibited til the traces of a violent strug gle. Poor Harry could not recollect how he was able to put forth so much muscnlar power. He was fifteen years in the colony, and never before interfered with the ma jesty of the law. Fined 80s., and damages for destroying the uniform £4, or in default, two months in Brisbane Gaol. David Prichard pleaded guilty to the charge of %eing drunk and disorderly. He stated that he came by the David M'lvor, and was a Welshman. Fined 10s., or, in default, 24 hours in the cells. John Henry Jackson, charged with being drunk and disorderly on Saturday, being his first offence in Ipswich, was discharged with a caution.

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To the Editor of the Queensland Times. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 20 October 1863

To the miter of the Oueaidand Times. Sir,— I si by tu-day's issue that my name has been post unwarrantably used with regard to a report said to be in currency, that|I witii others bave been exerting in fluence wQh the Government to induce them to hire the terminus of the railway farther donn the river, to the detriment of the presenmtown. As far aw am concerned. I beg to give the report* most unqualified denial, as I fcmveinno fay, either directly ori ndirectly used such gnnuenoa or otherwise to try to indace thelpovernment to alter the plan kid-down W Mr. Macalister at the meeting of merchants ta-Uw town. «rf ^i,^ L as Mayor, acte3 as cbairman. I defy your informant to adduce one in stance of underhand influence or otherwise that I have ever nsed to the disadvantage of Che town of Ipswich, but on the contrary, I have given up modi time and my best. ex- ArHnna to t-7* -*° *»?*=? the present town SSSl would wish to see it, and what it ought to be. FBANCIS NOBTH. October 15, 1863.

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CORRESPONDENCE. RAILWAY TERMINUS. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 20 October 1863

COB SESPOITDEailCE. BJ ILWAT TERMINUS. Sib,— I seal a letter in this day's issue, signed ' Plummet.' Ijthink before writing snoh ft pact of nonsense, lie might have ascertained the troth of what he states. I beg to refer you to a contradiction which I hare sent feo the Queeadand Tima to be issued on fatnrd'sy next, and t&e copy of which I wi^ feel obliged by yoor iuserting in TuesdavU Daner as an answer to Mr. Plummet. ^ I do not mow whether he takes his name from WalkA's Dictionary or not ; I suppose so, 'for slxMld he be suspended to find a perpendicuBir, I am sure lie never will be missed. 1 * F. NOBTH. Ipswich. 3ctober 16. 1863.

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IPSWICH. MONDAY, October 19. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 20 October 1863

* IPSWICH. {WBOK OUR OWB C0BBE3T0NDENT.) Moxd.1T, October 19. Wb are about being favored with the pre sence amongst as here of Mr. Birch, who contributed »o much to your amusement in Brisbane. From the complimentary, and I believe deserving manner in which the Brisbane Priss bave spoken of his entertain ment,;:! am sure he will be well patronised in Ipswich. His first entertainment will be given on Thursday evening: his agent has already ^arrived, and is making due pre parations. 1 On Saturcay we had a heavy fall of rain, accompanied by a violent thunderstorm. It commenced raining about S a.m., and con tinued withlut much intermission till late on Saturday night. Sunday brightened up with a fresi breeze, and in a few hours the streets were as dry as if no rain had fallen. To-day, we are favored with a similar bles sing, and trust in a few days to see the roads in a good state, as there are just now a great I number of teams on the roads. j A very foTtunate escape occurred on Sa- - t...

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CENTRAL POLICE COURT. SATURDAY, 17TH OCTOBER, 1863. BEFORE the Police Magistrate. DRUNKENNESS. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 20 October 1863

CENTRAL POLICE COURT. Satcedat, 17th Octobeb, 1863. Befobe the Police Magistrate. DCUKKEXTOESS. John Thomas Wilson was charged rrith drunkenness, and was fined 5s., it being his Srst offence. Before T. S. Wan-y, Esq., J.P. zling 13s., was brought up this morning for final examination. Mr. Colin Slunro deposed : I am a mer chant ; I have seen the prisoner, Thomas Moreton, during the few days this suit bas been progressing; can't swear that I have seen tbe prisoner before ; I know Mr. Gra ham — the prosecutor ; Mr. G. was and is a customer of mine; Mr. G. obtains goods from me of different descriptions — salt and malt amongst the rest; I remember Mon diy, the 24th of August last ; I had a bu siness transaction with Mr. Graham nn that day ; it was an order for a bag of salt ; Mr. G.'s man brought the order, bnt I could not now identify the man ; the order was for one bag of salt : I think the value of tbe salt was 13s. ; I have tbe statement in my books ; I delivered the bag of salt an...

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

NOTES A.TTX3 KTEWS. Owtkg to the inclemency of tbe weather on Saturday night last, the usual Bi monthly meeting of the Literary Society lapsed. The next meeting will be held in the Municipal Chamber at eight o'clock, on tbe evening of next Saturday week. Communication with the neighbouring colonies by electric telegraph bas been stopped for some days past in consequence of the violent storms along the course of tbe line. Last night we received informa tion from the Telegraph Office tbat the com munication was interrupted between Bende meer and Tamworth from the cause above stated. The body of James Arnold, who was re' ported drowned in a previous issne of this paper, was discovered on last Sunday morning. The projected Bine Match between ten of the Artillery and ten of the Bifles will not transpire until next Saturday week, October 31st, at 2 o'clock p.m. The arrival of the English mail dirertcd tbe competitors from the pursuits of arms into the moreqniet field of literature. Verily...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 20 October 1863

£.;;? jgragtrig foi Sale. -1 TO be SOLD, by private contract, ra ?Inmblo Freehold Properties, consisting of SIX ACBES of LAND, in Hie Eastern Snbarbs. Ipswich; a House, containing six rooms, Tinea, xseiled, and painted in «rst-rale atyl&nack kitchen And stables in goad order.' All specially got op for a respectable family residenieV' ? A siipnly of water on the'pre mises 'by tank: The whole is enclosed with a four-Tailed pig-proof' fence. Terms liberal. rs !'FOB SALE PBIVATELY. HidC An Allotment of Laud iuBrishaue Btre^t, opposite the National fichool, with a fitocec«nicted thereon, and aV present com man,&ib g a. rental of £60steriing per annum ; *de(»che3 Doilding. conSatingthree rooms, iaoiwSDK kitchen; alsOt a tank to contain ? ?'.inn _ ' ? r - f — r*'i._ r-riL-- -*1 -— T''-' menfa. , Terms easy. Tav Anotmettt»«jrXi*nd in btfdfey. in the maih street As also an Allotment in Bremec-street, with a four-roomed House and shack Jutchea . Tbeee-properties an -well situa...

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CORONER'S INQUEST. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 20 October 1863

COBONEE'S INQUEST. As inqnest was held at 3 ojfdock yesterday afternoon, at McQuaker's Commercial Ho tel, South Brisbane, on the body or Thomas Teonent, who died suddenly in the above hotel on Sunday last. The jury having been sworn, proceeded to view the body. The following evidence was then elicited : — William Frederick Jones deposed : I am an invalid ; I came out by the Date of New castle ; I apt lodger in tbe Commercial Hotel; 1 knew the deceased by seeing bim since bis arrival in the Saldanha, on nr about' the 1st of this month: I never thought him in good health ; be was drunk when I first saw bim, and during the time he has lived here, he has beea continually the worse for liquor ; I saw him last alive nt 10 o'clock last night ; he was then lying on his bed; Dr. Miles asked him how he was; be said be was better; the doctor asked him to let him take his boots off; he said ' nay, nay, I can't go over the broken glass without my boots; I think he was delirious; about ten minute...

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THE WAR IN NEW ZEALAND. Auckland, 6th October. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 20 October 1863

THE WAS IN NEW ZEALAND. (Frran Correspondent S. if. Herald.) A uckland. 6th October. I Since the date of my last communication there has been nothing going on at the front of very striking interest. No move has yet been made against the native stronghold at Meremere, although, so far as i I can judge, there seems every prospect of a move in that direction within the nest ten days. Two things seem to have delayed the General more than all others ; and these are, the determination he had so wisely come to not to make Meremere an isolated operation, bnt merely the first step in his subjugation of the whole Waikato country, to be prosecuted without any intervening delay, so that the natives might find that they bad no time to recover from the stun ning effects of a severe blow, such as will certainly be attempted at Meremere, before their whole country is in the hands of the invader. Aud tlie second reason seems to bave been that he was willing to wait any jBaasonable time in the hope t...

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MONDAY, OCTOBER 19. Before W. Pickering. Esq., J.P., Hon. Justice. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 20 October 1863

MOSDAT. OCTOBEE 19. Before W. Pickering, Esq, J.P., Hon. Justice. Francis McDonald, David Lewis. Michael Power, -George McLane, and Thomas Spong were separately charged with drunkenness, and each fined 5s., or twenty-four hours in default. This being the only business encaging' tte attention of the Court. tteTStting dosed. ^ — ^= Crinoline now and then makes some amends for the disasters it hascaused. This occurred at one of the Paris theatres last .week, where, upon the stage. * trap-door was left open, through which a favonrite actress would bare been precipitated had Dot the abundant s«e of her crinoline filled up the vacancy and suspended her Cur bam* between tbe world above and tils nates belov«iita«aeaour wn,

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IPSWICH POLICE COURT. SATURDAY, OCTOBER 17, 1863. Before the Police Magistrate. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 20 October 1863

IPSWICH POLICE COURT. Saturday, October 17/ 1863. Before the Police Magistrate. John Martin, charged with being drunk and disorderly. Being his first offence, and a new arrival, was discharged with a cau- tion.

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