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NOTES AND NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 22 October 1863

3STOTES -A-3MI- 3SIJ=;Wta. Asctplkheht to the Government Gazette published on Tuesday last, contains pro clamations authorising the sale of Grown Lands, at the places and on the days named in the subjoined summary :— At the Police Office, Brisbane, on November 25th -.—Nine lots on the Cedron Brook, in the parish of Bunya, county of Stanley, at an nnset price of£L One lot, consisting oT 31 acres.fat Oxley near Osley Creek, six lots at Tin galpa, near Tingalpa Creek, in the same county, three on Tingalpa Creek, at an upset price of £1 16s., and fonr at the same place at £2. Three near the Creek (No. 24) at £2. and forty-six at £1. At the Police Office, gpringsure, on December 21st:— Fifty town Jots, in the parish and town of 6pringBure-atannpsetpriceof£& Attbe Polico Court. Ipcwich, on December 14th -. TjArty-one town- lots.ln xae paHahlana taii, rfip-wiei.-tMi^^yrioe -tf .-:SU» per wn. . SSveldto near tbe - Bix SCle Creek, parish of Goodna, twelve on «beBix Mile Oreek. ana on...

Publication Title: North Australian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 21, 1868. Before the Police Magistrate, and T. S. Warry, Esq., J.P. ASSAULTING THE POLICE. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 22 October 1863

. WsDsnSDJLT. OonwBB 2L 1668. ? Before the Police Magistrate, .and T. S. Warry. Esq., j JP. ' ' &SS&rXLTUIO TUB POLICE.' ' ' Daniel Sweeney and Thomas M*Carthy were charged with fighting in the public street, and the former was Anther charged with aasanltia'g the police. They were dis missed on the united charge of fighting, with a dne caution and reprimand, when Daniel was again arraigned on a charge of assaulting the police. Daniel, when called upon Tor -bis defence, stated, that * *bii(l party, who bad been inetrnmental^tn . prtf- ' mobng the first offence, managed to get off witheut arrest, and this, conflicting with. Dan's strict appreciation of Justice, he had merely inflicted upon die police a signal prooT of bis displeasure and indignation. The poetry of the case was dispelled, by Dan's being sentenced to 2* hours* imnrison ~ment, in default of 20s. £ae. Damnc Joseph Kendrick was fined 5*. Ear having been drunk. ; SUlOtOtfS. William Baines v. Jostpu Button. ....

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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CENTRAL POLICE COURT. TUESDAY, OCTOBER 20, 1863. BEFORE E. H. Price and J. Petrie, Esquires, J.P.'s. DRUNKENNESS. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 22 October 1863

CEKTBAX POLICE COTJBT. Tcesdat, Octobeb 20. 1S63. Before E. H. Price and J. Petrie, Esqnires. J.P.'s. DBGKKEKXES9. John Green was fined 5s. for having been drunk. tAECEKY. John Bird was indicted for stealing a pair of boots. Segeant Lang deposed: I arrested the prisoner last night; he was given in charge o me bv Thomas Peate. of the firm nf Hunter and Co., Queen-street, on the charge ' of stealing a pair of boots. When I came up the prisoner was struggling with Mr. Peate, and the boots were lying on the side walk beside them. The boots I now pro duce: the prisoner said that he had taken the boots, but I did not find tbem in his 1 possession when I 'arrested him; I then locked him up. Thomas Peate testified as follows : I am a shopman in the employ of Messrs. Hunter A and Co.: I«-r tin pri«oo«r tor tho firrt M time last night ; he was walking in front of '^ evening ; IdidnTaltogetner like th« look of him, and I therefore watched him ; from information I received I came out of the cho...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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MELBOURNE. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 22 October 1863

MELBOURNE. The Heales' Cabinet has found a repre sentative in the Upper House in Mr. Fel lows, who is to hold the office of Postmaster General. ^

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TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. SYDNEY. October 17. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 22 October 1863

?rar.-c.r3.Tg a -pi=rrr! CTEWS. (none am own cobsesfohdekts.) SYDNEY. October 17. Stdket is ajpiin victorious in rifle shooting. The match was finished to-day, with Sydney 46 points a head. Bayner, who shot jpth a Henry's rifle, made the crack score, withont a single miss, making 214. The best score at 500 yards was made by Couchman. being 194 points. October 20. Captain M'Lerie has returned {rota his visit to the Bathurst District The new Ministry have promised to revise the Estimates, and propose a new Tariff. Cowper has already attacked his successor iu office. The Assembly bas adjourned nntn T?:***-^' *k* aid. KwMnbar. The Forbes coach was stopped yesterday by £ve bosbraogviv. FNyrfwna tffly the coach carried no mail. Hr. Martin's re-election fur the Orange is to be contested by Charles Cowper, junior, the member for the Tnmut. October 21. The new Government seem' intent on put ting a^ stop to bushranging. By proclama tion they have offered £500 reward for every bushranger who m...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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LATER AMERICAN NEWS. (VIA SYDNEY.) [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 22 October 1863

LATEB AMERICAN NEWS. (VIA SYDNEY.) The Panama, from San Francisco, brings eight days later American news. The Californian intelligence is unimpor tant. The siege of Charleston was still proceed ing, with little seeming effect on the S^be-inhabitiuita of North Carolina had resolved to have no further connection with the Confederates, and to return to the TJuion. The Confederate army, under General Lee, was concentrating near Yicksburg, and a general engagement was anticipated. The President of the Confederate States was very unpopular in some of the States, and his policy was being severely criticised. The conscription was renewed at New York. The reports of General Meade's re signation have been contradicted. In Canada much excitement prevailed in consequence of a rumoured invasion to be made by a Federal army. The advices from Mexico state that Mar shal Forey's barbarities are awakening strong hostile feelings against the French, which will lead to a, war of extermination. Foreign ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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ADELAIDE. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 22 October 1863

ADELAIDE. The rifle matches having been brought to a close. Lady Daly distributed the prizes to the several victors. The exploring party sent out by the Al cumbra Pastoral Company have reached the settled districts. They report the discovery of a fine tract of pasturage land to the west ward of Fowler's Bay. The company are preparing to stock the new country.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 22 October 1863

THE KORTH, AUSTRALIAN is pub lished on Tuesday, Tbdbsday, and Satubdat mornings, and forwarded to Gowrtiy Subscribers by the earliest mills. * * if' *»* *yTP*f%n^i'ioM1 Per Quarter, in advance ? 9a. Per Quarter, credit ? 10s. Single Number ? 4d. The Quarters terminate on the SLst 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. Subscribers will be charged from the date of commencing their subscriptions* HBBS OF ADVEKnUNG. a. d. Two lines,- or under as quarter of an .inch...... ? 1 0 Four lines, or under half an inch.... 2 0 Six lines, or under three-quarters of an inch ? ? 2 6 Eight lines, or under one inch ? 3 0 BTery additional eight lines, under ^aninch ? „. ? 1 0 ' ? TKBMB OF DIEOOUHT. 6 Consecutive Insertions ? 10 -B cent 13 „ - „ ? 15 .. 26 „ ? 25 „ The number of insertions most be written 1 on the face of each Advertisement, or it I will be continued...

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TRANSPORTATION. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 22 October 1863

TRANSPORTATION. (ITome Keirt, August 26.) An influential meeting of Australian coin nists and others w.is held on the 31st July at Willis's-ronms, King-street, St. James's, to consider that portion of the report of the Royal Commission on secondary punish ments which recommended transportation -*o Mataa JLoatnlla. Gir Charles Nichollton occupying tbe chair. Among- those nresent. besides the chairman, there were Sir Stuart Donaldson. Mr. H. C. E. Childers. M.P., Blr. Edward 'Wilson, Mr. George M'Leary, Capt. Bagot. Dr. Hadley, Mr. Mackinnon, Mr. Broadribb, Mr. Libilliade, Mr. Busby, Mr. J. A. Yonl. Major Sandford, Mr. Arthur Hodgson, Mr. C. H. Ebdcn, Mr. D. Benja min, Mr. S. Craig, and Mr. Taylor. The Chairman, in owning the proceed ings, paid that the Commission on secondary pnnishmeuts had recommended that all male convicts who were not disqualified for removal to a colony should be sent to West ern Australia during the latter part of their punishment, and adverted to the alarm and...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 31 October 1863

— ~~ Sato Jg&Bftm. | ABSTRACT OF BALES BY AUCTION j To be held by MABTIN and B-ICKSONat the City Auction Hut daring Che currant ^reek. ' -~ '- - ? --?' - -'- ? - - Commencing each Day at 11 o'clock. SATURDAY— Hour JPui'uituro . Sundries this day. 5 Kegs Potty. MABTIN ana DICKSON will sell by ?notion, at the City Auction Mart, THIS DAY, October 31, at 11 o'clock, ; 4 kegs potty. ? To be sold without reserve. Terms at sale. THIS DAY. Muscatel and Kerne Raisins Dried Apples Hackle's Biscuits &C &C *C MABTIN and DICKSON will sen by ?notion, at the City Auction Mart, THIS DAY. October 31, at 11 o'clock, Muscatel railing, in boxes Eleme do Dried apples HaeUe'a biscuits &C, &O. &C To be Bold without reserve. Terras at tale. THIS DAY, Bollock Traces Shin n»iniim- Hand Do. Oimval Shovsls Ijong Strap Spades &c*, A&, ftc MAETDT & DICK60K wffl sell by auc tion, at fiie City Auetura Hart, THIS DAY. October 31. at 11 o'clock,...

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AMERICA. SEVEN DAYS LATER FROM THE SEAT OF WAR. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 31 October 1863

AMEEICA. EEVES DATS I.ATEB FB0M TUB EEiT OF Will. Br way of Auckland, we have telegraphio news to tlie 26th August from Neir York, per the hrigantine Neva, from San Fran' Cisco. The following extracts arc from die DaSg Alia California, August ST : — Memphis dates to the 1st say, the steamer City of Madison vas blntvn op at Vicksburg on Wednesday, while loading ammunition at the levee. About sixty lives were lost. The explosion was caused by tlie careless handling of percussion shells by die Ia bourere.-- The position of the rebel army is now somewhat thus: Ewell's force lies near Orange Court-house; A. P. Hill's Dear tbe Rapidan Station; Lnngstreet's stretches from the United States Ford to Fredericks burg, and pickets the Bappahannock now to Port Royal ; Lee's head-quarters are abont two miles beyond Oranjre Cuurt-bouse, on the Gordonsvilie Buad. Eebel prisoners and deserters continue to report disaffection in the rebel army. Two deserters from the Eighth Georgia report ihat Genera...

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COMMERCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 31 October 1863

GO2£S£EBCrA£. W. H. Kekt, of Tattereall's Horse Bazaar, reports the sale «f a large number ttf draught horses during the week, the demand being far in excess of the supply. Light horses have been a drug, and when withont plenty of condition have been quitted with great difficulty at low rates. Bay mares are continually sought after, and are the best class ;of horse stock to pay for importing. The Bockhampton steamers have taken a fine lot of draught horses from here, the Peak Downs being their destina tion. A draft of very superior horses landed bom. the Telegraph steamer to-day , which is a credit to the breeders, and shows great judgment in the person selecting them. Prices may be quoted; — Draught horses, £38 to £32: light ditto, £20 to £38; saddle horses. £16 to £30. Theodoee TJnhack reports— Maize is in brisk demand, the cargo ex Unknown was sold on arrival at the wharf at 5s. per bushel; butter is well supplied at 2s. 3s. perlb. ; potatoes are overstocked and bare slow sale ; ...

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NEW ZEALAND. THREE DAYS' LATER NEWS FROM AUCKLAND. [?] AND TWO [?]OOM THE [?] [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 31 October 1863

NEW ZEALAND. ' three pats' e^&teb kews r^ox ^bchx.axi-. ? — »»y o»imrww»ra*i;Xl«fSa5'irk»«tfc vord, m have Auckland papers to die lOtb instant. At the time of her' departure no move ment of any note had taken place on tbe one side or the other since our lost ad vices. Tlie rebels were again assembling in great force at Mercmere, and everything indicated that the anxiously looted for at tack on their stronghold was close at hand, and conld not be much longer delayed. Nothing was, however, known for certain, either of General Cameron's intended movements, or his plan of operations — these he wisely keeps to himself till the proper time conies, to prevent collusion between the rebels and tbe so-called 'Friendly Maories,' of -which recently tiiere have bees some pretty convincing signs. Commodore Wiseman and 250 blue jackets bad gnne to the front the sailors having been told off from tlie fleet to man the gun-boats, and otherwise assist in the siege operations. It was generally ...

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SYDNEY MARKETS [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 31 October 1863

SYDNEY MARKETS By the Telegraph steamer, we have advices from Sydney to the 27th instant. The following is a summary of the state of the markets at that date, taken from the S. M.BenM. A fur amount of business has been transacted during the week, b«t the only movement of importance has been in sugars large parcels of which have changed hands at an improvement of from 20s. to 30s. per ton. In all other articles of daily con sumption there is no alteration in prices to report since our monthly summary was published. A meeting called by advertisement of gentlemen interested in the purchase and sale of wool, tallow, and hides, was held to day, at Clark's hotel, Circular Quay, 'for the purpose of considering what improve may be effected in the present method of conducting public sales. The attendance was rather numerous. Mr. G. B. Hunt was proceeding*, was to bring about an altera tion in the present system, of conducting sales, which it was represented was ex tremely unsatisfactory both...

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GAYNDAH. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 31 October 1863

♦ ? GAYNDAH. On last Monday, writes tbe Burnett Argot, Mr. 3. V. Hansen and his mate arrived with the very weluome intelligence that they bad discovered a payable gM-fidd in the Burnett, and produced a sample of what tbey bad fnnnd as corroborative evidence of what they then stated. Thl*. op inspection Q tiic j4.UKT.ra.il an coin men, tinu, in our opinion, too, it was & beautiful specimen of rich creek gold. When this news became generally known throughout the. town, of course everybody became anxious to see the gold, and the owners of the various estab lishments and bits of land in town viewed the future with a sort of wild phrenzy. The great mass gathered together, and Mr. Hansen came forward, and, producing the gold be bad fosnd, stated, tbat after* very engthencd period expended bv himself and hu- mate in this district, in enucavonring to find a payable gold- field, he was happy to inform them diat be bad at last succeeded1. The gold he now produced— rather better, than ...

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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 — 31 October 1863

METEOROLOGICAL OBSERVATIONS. Taken at 9 a.m. (Per Electric Telegraph.) Octuber29. — Sydney, barometer, corrected, 29-667; thermometer, shade, 657; force of wind, 1 ; cloud.1 ,

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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PROVINCIAL NEWS. DARLING DOWNS. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 31 October 1863

;pB,o\nNroT_AJc. news. DABLING DOWNS. rProm the Tonwoomba Journals. ? We (X». J-, Giattte) have all along been of opinion that the Government ought, as a matter of right, to keep the streets of inland townships, which form portions of the great main roads of die colony, in a state of pro per repair, or at least to do something to wards this, as it is manifestly unfair to charge any particular municipality witb tbe vpjir iinA tfttr unitit tlapir fttreetit. cjimu-d Iiv the traffic of an immense extent of country passing over diem. At otic time die Go vernment seemed to entertain the same idea, aud during that time Tootroomba hod no reason to compiaiu. Of late days, however, tbe Government have steadfastly set them selves against granting any assistance to municipalities on this account, and of course this town has no right Vt expect any greater privileges than its neighbours; but, as there arc exceptions to all general rules, we think the Government might, without going very far out o...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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WIND AND WEATHER. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 31 October 1863

WIND AND WEATHER. October 129. — Brisbane, calm, fine; iiTtton, N.E., fine; Ipswich, W., fine;Laid ley. calm and fine; Toowoomba, calm and fine; Drayton. W., fine; Warwick, calm and fine; Sydney. N.N.W., fine and clear. October 30.— Brisbane, N.B., fine; lyt ton, NJ3., fine ; Ipswich, calm, fine ; Laidley. calm, overcast; Toowoomba, calm, cloudy; Drayton, calm, cloudy; Warwick, calm, cloudy.

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POLICE COURT. THURSDAY, OCTOBER 29, 1863. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 31 October 1863

POLICE CODBT. TnrJBSDAT, Octobce 29. 1883. ^Eliza Evans v. Franks. — The plaintiff charged defendant with an indecent assault. The bearing of the ca.su. which occupied die Court for upwards of threebours, terminated ia the committal fur trial of defendant. The evidence was of such a nature as to preclude the possibility of publication. A few parti culars may not be uninteresting. The com plainant is a young girl. 15 scars of age, and had been at some recent period an inmate of a Lunatic Asylum. She is still known to die pnblic bb s person of very peculiar and eccentric habits. For a similar charge pre ferred by her against a young man, he underwent, some time ago, penal servi tude. Tbe defendant in die present ease is a married man, a baker by trade, residing Wniiam CoTeman, charged witb having so lawful means of support or fixed place of residence, was sentenced to one month in Brisbane gaoL FBID&.Y. October 30. Before the Police Magistrate ana J. Murphy, Esq.,J.P. William ...

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WEEKLY CALENDAR. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 31 October 1863

TTBEK1.T CALENDAR. B. X. B. K. B. T. B. *. B. X. Saturday ? 31 i 14 fill 16 3 116 143 Kotxmsu. Sond»y ? 1 SI3 612 19 3 I I) 2 20 SfoniUy ? 1 * IS 613 203 24234 TnesU; ? 3 & 12 6 IS 213 Z SB 3 SO Wednesday— 4 5 12 6 16 £2 3 tl: 4 36 Thursday — S ill 6 17 333 t 50 S 22 Friday— ? 6 ill 618 Si 3 Hi 6 8

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