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

IPSWICH. (FB03I ODE OWS C0&ECSP0SDEKT.) Friday. Bgsis-es3 is beginning to assume a more brisk aspect, tlie roads are now well lin :d with teams passing up and down, and ia a j«r-» »?**« -ii.»sp-».™3o*t-eM»p*wipn wm v» ? showing its several signs of aoimation. There is still a great difficulty in travel ling, even though tUe weather is remarkably fine.' We expect to have business a litde better and the town more livelv. in conse quence of die assizes commencing here next Monday. The criminal cases will be tried on that day. and the civil cases on Thurs day. On die criminal list there are two cases of robbery, one of horse stealing, one of obtaining goods under false pretences, and there is another of indecent assault, which I understand will be tried at this assizes. There will be a Kale of Crown Lands iu the Ipswicb Police Court, oa Holiday, 30tli November, at which there will be offered for sale eighteen town allotments, tlie upset price of which is £100 per acre. Oa Saturd...

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

KorrcE. On* Sobtcriben in Towootab*, Brartan, and W»i «icka» informed iliat oar S^areUing Agent, Mr- /. P. GurPBJttl, ij on the w»y, mud »ai shortly nit on than for * settlement of accounts. This gentleman is fully authorised to gira receipts, andire request that our friends will dday him as little as possible in ais changing oisr daiiiis.1 £TorUi Anstaduui Office, 23rd October, 1863.

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

THE NORTH AUSTRALIAN is pub lished on Tuesday, Thckdav, and Savobday mornings, and forwarded to Country Subscribers by the earlieatmails. WBMSOFSSJBSOBimoM. Per Quarter, is advance ? 9s. Per Quarter, credit .... ? ..10s. .. - Single Number ? 4a. ' Th« Quarters terminate on the 31st March, 30th June,«Oth September, ana Slst Decem ber, at which period* only can resignation be received. Notices of resignation will not be attended to unleso^vren in writing. Subscribers will be charged, from the date of commencing their subscriptions. TBBJB O» ADVEBTISIKG. 8. d. Two lines, or under a quarter of an inch ? 1 0 Poor lines, or under half an inch.... 8 0 Six lines, or under three-quarters of an inch ? .... 2 fi Eight lines, or under one inch ...... 3 0 Every additional eight lines, under an inch* ...*..... ...........??? 1 0 TEBXB OT BXB0OC5T. '6 Consecutive Insertions ? 10 '# cent. IS „ „ ...... 15 „ 26 „ „ ? 25 „ The number of insertions must be written on the face pf each Advertisement, or...

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

SHIPPING. ARRIVALS. October 28.— Vixen, schooner, 120 toss. * Captain Iiacey.itani Sydney theSthinstant. Captain, agent. October ,89,— Telegraph, steamer, 700 tons. Captain Henry O'Bcilly, from Sydney October Kr^-Fassengers: His. 35. B. Forrest, cbila. and servant, ICss. M. B. Bailey, Messrs. J. BramstoB, 'W. Archer, J. BramwelL E. Bailey, G. B. King, JT. W, Dunlop. H. J. HeUicar. BoKntiuii, J. Robertson, B. Aland, J. Alaad. J. SWnson, W. a Maenish. Master A. Saitqr. cod 60 in the .steerage. BEPABXUSKS. October 29.— CtaidtBg Star, schooner; 39 ton*, Captain D.Pinkertoo, for Sydney Ti» d» Manning Birer. '— * * Ortober28.— WaHam«, steamer, 400 tons. Captain Cottier, for Bockhampton. Baa ?eogers— Mr. and Mrs. Harden, Mrs. J. A. J-»u, Heaan. P. Somer, £. Beazor. Dal. «*««&*? G«wa. J-o»4«aa. I*ift Hay, A. HJWntr, Bobert CaldweH P. BoWJaod, Butherfbro, and abont 60 in the steerage. -: XMPOBT8. Telegraph, tram Sydney: 1 case.H.B. AH»t;Sa ballot, nnrefldik eaSEnwar!; 1 bale Sax. Ala...

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PUBLIC MEETING. IMMIGRATION SHIPS SUNDA AND ROCKHAMPTON. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 31 October 1863

PUBLIC MEETING. lMMiOB.iTios Ships Sdkd*. akd Bock EAMPTOS. A hbettjsg toot place last evening, at the School of Arts, to take into consideration the alleged want of discipline on board thB re cently arrived immigrant ships Snnda and Bockhampton. His worship the Mayor oc cupied the chair, and the hall was crowded in every part with an audience that mani fested the deepest interest in the matter under consideration. Amongst those present -were the Bight Bev. Dr. Tnffnell, Bishop of Brisbane, the Bev. Dr. Keating, the Bev. Mr. Hoseley, the Ber. Mr. Cariey. the Eev. Mr. Wilson, the Bev. Mr. Griffiths, the Bev 6. Wight, B. B. Mackenzie, Esq., M.Ii_o_ J. Douglas, M.L.A, T. B. Stephens, Esq., M.L.A- T. P. Pogh, Esq., W.fi.A.. and a number of other influen tial gentlemen. The Chaibman read the advertisement convening tha meeting, and -called on the mover oTtbe first resolution. ? ? rj The Right Bev. DcTomn, saia that' the resolution which he had the honour to more was one with which he cor...

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WATER POLICE COURT. FRIDAY, OCTOBER 30, 1863. BEFORE T. S. Warry, C. B. Lyons, and L. A. Bernays, Justices of the Peace. THE COLLECTOR OF CUSTOMS v. THE CAPTAIN OF THE ROCKHAMPTON. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 31 October 1863

WATER POLICE COUBT. Feiday, October 30, IS63. Bepoke T. S Warry, C. B. Lyons, and L. A. Bernays, Justices of the Peace. THE COLLECTOR OF CUSTO1XS V- THE CAFTaCT OP TBS £OCE3IA3£rTOK. l.J£k-3L3'«AJb fflSftn^^roecurjniaaUm* decide npnn, inasmuch as the decision ren dered will act most probably as a precedentin deciding all cases of a like nature, It was the Custom House authorities v. Joseph Brough, master of ship ltockhampton, now lying in Moreton Bay. The defendant had commenced unloading the bulk of bis cargo without entering his shin at the Cus toms, or communicating with them io aay way whatever, whereas the law especially commanding all officers in command of merchant ships ' to make a report of the arrival of said ship &c., within twenty-four hours of the time of her dropping anchor.' Thomas V, Dudgeon, an officer of H. SL Customs, appeared to prosecute, and stated the case as above recorded. Captain Broogli pleaded guilty to the charge, but explained that the reason of...

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CENTRAL POLICE COURT. TUESDAY, OCTOBER 27, 1863. (Before J. Petrie, T. S. Warry, and L. A. Bernays, Justices of the Peace.) VAGRANCY. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 31 October 1863

9 CENTBAL POLICE COURT, Tuesday, OctobsbST, 186S. (Befere J. Petrie. T. S. Warry, add Zi. A. Bernays, Justices of the Peace.) vaqbasct. ' * John Thomas was indicted under the Vagrancy Act. Sergeant Gorman stated, that he appre hended the prisoner abont oue o'clock on Thursday morning; be was then lying in an unfinished building in Qaeen-street ; the prisoner had been drinking, but was not drunk then. Tliomu abitj in his dsfattce. that b« hmi only Deen two Oays in- town, Irom tbe country ; be bad been drinking, and feeling himself overcome, and onahle to reach bis lodsing&.*)iB iiad taVyn sftfnge in 'the empty baUdJLns* Tbo Bench admonished the prisoner to go at once and seek employment, that the police had their eyes on him now, and a second charge of this natore would tie more severely dealt with. Thomas was then dis charged, sistmro uquob- to blacks. Charles Green, whose case was fully re ported in our last issue, appeared to Court this morning to receive the judgment of t...

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FRIDAY, OCTOBER 30, 1863. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 31 October 1863

FsmiT, Octobeb 30. 3S63. Befoee their Honors the Chief Justice and Mr. Justice LutWvcbe. The Attorney-General, on beh&lf of the creditors -n tbis estate, moved the court to make an order, notwithstanding tbe appeal to the Privy Council, directing tbe shareholders to pay to the official assignee their several proportions of the liabilities, as reported by the Chief Commissioner and confirmed by the court. After hearing tbe argument of the At torney-General, and the reply of Mr. Lilley on behalf of the shareholders, the Court ordered that the shareholders contribute, when requested, as directed by the report of the Chief Commissioner. BE H. AND H. LEW. Mr. Blakeuey applied to the court for confirmation of the certificate in this estate. Granted. CITATION. Sir. Jones appeared for Michael Hennessy, the next of kin to the late Mary Hennessy, publican, of Breakfast Creek, to oppose let ters of administration being granted to W. J. Munce, as attorney for creditor. An affi davit was...

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Before T. S. Warry. J.P. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 31 October 1863

Before T. S. Warry. 3.V. George Crust was charged with a breach, of Town's Police Act, by riding his horse on the sidewalk. The defendant admitted that he was guilty; the reason was, that his borse had two shoes oft, and lie guided it on the sidewalk in order to avoid the sharp pointed stones in a particular part of the road. Tbc polico officer stated, that defeudADt was, however. #err impertinent to him when bo ordered him off the footpath. The Bench said, that would have {he effector altering the decision. He had de signed to acquit tbe defendant, bnt now he should impose a fine of Ss,, with costs of court. George Younger. Davia Petty, and Cbaa. Walsh were all arraigned on similar charges and were severally fined 5s., and costs of court. In the two cases of assault, Michael To#an t. Peter Manyer, and John Hanley v. James Manyan, dismissals were ordered, the prosecutors failing to appear. TJinuAWFDT, DETEXTIOS OF PBOrEBIT. In this case, Thomas Marsh, a boarding house keeper, was ch...

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FRIDAY, OCTOBER 30, 1863. Before the Police Magistrate and T. S. Warry, Esq., Justice of the Peace. DRUNK AND DISORDERLY. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 31 October 1863

FanJiT-. Gctobeb 30. 1863. Before the Police Magistrate and T. 6. ?Warry. Esq... Justice of die Peace. DBrnm ahd dibobdebi.t. Olivia Davidson was arraigned as above. Sergeant Charles Donning deposed that be arrested tbe prisoner last night at a late boor. She was drunk and abusive.' Her langnage was oT the vilest character. Fined 10s, or 81 hours' imprisonment. BUlOtOSSES* John Uanyer was charged by Mr. Pring. «h» Attorney-General, with ?.breach of the DogAot. Blr. Fring deposed that he taw tin defendant on Saturday, the Bith instant. He was riding down Mary-street, on a very high-spirited mare, when two dogs rushed ont at him, causing his mare to lake friffht, and tbns jeopardizing his personal safety. He managed, however, to rein lier in, and returned to the house to ascertain the owner of the do^, when a whistle was given from the premises, and the other dog, which lay in front of the mad, ran in zi tbe gate. Sergeant Lang deposed : That on Satnr day. the 21th. he was called upon...

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The North Australian. SATURDAY, OCTOBER 31, 1863. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 31 October 1863

SATURDAY, OCTOBER 3L 1863. Thebe has been a good deal said of late abont avoidance of the spirit of party. The poblio Bafety in health and morals may lie imperilled, but that peril is tie result of a system aad not of the men engaged in carrying it out. Admit the validity of such an excuse. and an organization of pickpockets might idy upon their system as an ex cuse for their personal participation in its profits. It is a vise dispensation of Providence by which we ana impelled to connect men vilh the proceedings they initiate; and to test politicians by the honesty of their schemes, not lesB than by the fidelity they display in working them out If ml — downright, indis putable eril patent to all who an not gifted «ith that tnocal obligrdty which sees nothing fait personal interest— has been brought into jour midst— if it oaniebyineans&rshMBgovenunBiit is itself, of itsj-wn free choice, the sole directors and controllers — it will not do for their apologists to think that th...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 31 October 1863

'THE yQETH ACSTB\T,TAN'ia a purely social and political organ. It belienaln a great destiny forjthii natanllyridi and beautUnl land; that nothing can contribute so powerfully to the speedy attainment of that destiny as union amongst all cectiong and eUaaea of its people. Hue salon it attainable! only on one condition — y-nn^IMy -frf *yfc*tir. She 'XokthAdsibi. ms' will, therefore, a- veil lor the adneeemeat of the colony, as because the jBindple is t»tTi..«i^ny jus^ adTDcats equal CivQ, BeUgtonp, and Politicai m^»«-Wy-ii^-iftnirf«Jiri»a|MniKT» oCcnry consideta tion as to Creed or Country. It beUnts the Constitution of the colony, when fairly interpreted, folly developed and allowed treeacSon,to be In it- UbcnUty the most suitable to our ronHHirai that conld be derised. It will thetdbre, nphoid the Constitution in Ss integrity ud oppose all changes In it, except Each u are pro duced by its owe adaptatioB aod growth. It win condemn equally the dEorbgaf the indigent Jtraller Of Society...

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SUPREME COURT THURSDAY, OCTOBER 29th 1863. INSOLVENT DEBTORS. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 31 October 1863

SUPREME COTTRT TacBSDir, October 29th 1S63. INSOLVENT DEBTORS. Bepoee Mr. Justice Lutwyche. 1° ihe «ase «-f Henry Woolet a debt of ±jJo Ss. 9d. was proved, when the meeting closed. The third meeting will be held on the 3rd day of December (Thursday). A third meeting was held io the case of William Broadfoot, and debts amounting to £24S 6s. lOd. were proved. The Assignee's report read as follows :—?' The principal asset iu this estate is land at Breakfast Creek, which is being sold by the mort gagee. There are no assets realised. The liabilities amount 10 £278.' The insolvent was allowed to retain his apparel ; all other assets, however, to be realised. In the case of Frederick Ludgater no debts were proved. The report of the Official Assignee sbowed £201 liabilities bat ao assets to meet them. In tbe case of Henry Crooker, debts were proved to the amount of £133 «s. 8d. Meet ing closed. In the case of Edwin Binney, a special meeting for the proof of debts was held. Debts amounting t...

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NOTES AND NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 31 October 1863

MOTES Jft-rTXJ 3STEWS. There was no telegram from Sydney yes terday evening, thunderstorms again in terfering with the working of the line. These battles between the real element and its artificial representative are vary provolt ing.; bat as science has yet to discover a. means hy which they may get along ami csaly, till then we ehaU have to bear inter ruptions with nrhat patience we may. Ob the authority of the BurntU Argut, we announce in our Provincial News the dis covery of a payable goldfield in the Burnett district. The news as yet rests on the tes timony of the discoverer ; and we confess to considerable doubts as to its value, as mnch from the very guarded statement made by Peter (as be is locally called) as from tbe reluctance or the inhabitants to give the reward which, through the press, they have so long offered. The mania for gold dis covery is now very rife— even the city and its suburbs does not escape prospecting. Yesterday evening we had a piece of quartz presented...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 31 October 1863

BIRTH   At Gayndah,on the 25th instant, the wife of Mr. G. F. Connolly, of a son.

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SUPREME COURT. TUESDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 5 November 1863

SOFEEME COUBT. Tdesoat. The Queen v. Patrick Collins.— The prisoner was charged with larceney. The ca*o being proved to the satisfaction of the ?try. he was sentenced to twelve months' imprisonment in Brisbane Gaol. Connselfor prisoner, Mr. Gore Jones, Attorney. Mr. Snllivan. Eliaza Anne Evans y. George Franks. — This was a case chanting defendant with an indecent assault. Tbe Dlaintiff failed to prove her case, and tbe jury returned a verdict of ' not guilty.' Council for defendant. Mr. Gore Jones, Attorney, Mr. Snllivan. WEDNE3DAT. His Honor the Chief Justice took his seat on the Bench a tew minntea past ten, the names of the jurors being called, bis Uonor remarked that if tho« parties who were absent to-day did not attend to-morrow he would be forced to fine them as he did in Toowoomba. The first case called, which is not finished in time for this mail, ia Bor rowes v. Dowlinfr. Counsel for plaintiff, the Attorney-General ; for defendant, Mr. Lilley, instructed by Mr. Thompson. i...

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IPSWICH. Wednesday. November 4. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 5 November 1863

IPSWICH. CVBOK OUB OWH COBBMPOHDKHT.) Wednesday, Noverofcer 4. Last night an amateur entertainment was given in the School of Arts, by the mem ben of the Eloantion Clan. I have scarcely ever sea. a better gathering on any occa sion ; the hall was crowded. This is a clear proof that we are determined to patronise those gentlemen who have ao kindly con sented to afford us nleasnra. TT»»«r l..» incurred a good deal of expense, and it is the duty of the public whom they entertain, to indemnify them ; this they can ewily do by attending their performances, the charge for which ia very small. Their acting last night gave general satisfaction ; certainly there were . some defects, bnt onr severe critics should remember that as yet they are »gt .amateur*, ana w&JndcJbxgnjiA,^, »*aW3sa 'KsMl*|lnilwssjMBnjsjw». TgJb w-s*«f aav *? ^G a VGIXA1H - meut. _

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CORRESPONDENCE. THE REV. G. WIGHT AND ENQUIRER. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 5 November 1863

OOBBSSFONJ3ENOE. THE BET. G. WIGHT ANDaNQUIBEB. BTS.-I have stated openly to many persons during-the last twelve months what I now repeat for the benefit of' Enquirer.' that I pertotwlly received a free passage by the Priucc Consort; but I have to inform ' En quirer.' that I paid the foil cabin fares for my wife and family. My wife and certain members of my family, as by law they were entitled, received their l»nd orders. I neither asked nor received any for myself. As to the qnestion nearding Mr. Jordan. I may be permitted to say, in the absence of that gentleman, shat I believe the impli cation is a slander on his honorable cha racter. I remain, &c GEO. WIGHT.

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[COPY.] Colonial Secretary's Office, Brisbane. 17th October. 1863. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 5 November 1863

fcopr.l Colonial Secretary's Office, Brisbane. 17«b October. 1863. Sir. — I am directed to forward to yon tbe copy of the reports of the Immigration Board upon certain charges preferred against the Snrjreoni of the Sunda and Star of Eng land. . From then yon will at once perceive . bow -very unfit these gentlemen were for the responsible position in which they were plaoed, and wiU see the neerssity for applying anrgeon-superintendeat of vessels conveying so many human beings, whose lives, comfort, and morality are so greatly dependent upon the efficiency and character of the Surgeon. Evidence was adduced that tbe surgeon of the Snnda was more frequently drunk than sober dnring the voyage, and that in conse quence bis 3oHes were jnostsbamefollj neg lected. In tbe case or the Surgeon of the Star of England, though habitual dmnken ness was not charged against him. it was clearly proved that be systematically neg lected hi* duties, and coold not be induce* to regard them' as of the slie...

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[COPY.] [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 5 November 1863

fcnpv.1 Minutes of Proceedings of the Executive Council on the 10th of October. 186S. on Report of Immigration Board rea Eectjog chaqfa ^ y»ip»t Surgeon* of Hl« EzallaoeT tha- Ooifrnor. mi the tu atanca of the Vice-President, lays before the Council the Beport of the Immigration Board in reference to certain charges pre ferred against the Su-geons of the immi grant ship* Snnda and Star of England, and transmittinr at the same time minutes of evidence taken at the inquiry. The eliarge of habitual drunkenness and neglect of duty being clearly proved in tin case of Dr. Bo fainann. of the Snnda. the Board recommend that he be not employed again, and that a portion of bis gratuity be withheld. In the case of Dr. Bowden. of tbe Star of England, the Board, while satisfied of his want of energy, recommend that he should be paid the foil amount of gratnity. bnt with the understanding that he also be not again em ployed in a similar capacity. The Council deliberate: The case of the Surgeon of...

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