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IPSWICH. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 5 November 1863
ipswich. : £ ». d. .; Brandy 686 gallons .. .. 293 8 8 . Gin. 210 ditto ? 120 £ 11 ' Whbky, 81 ditto .. .. 28 10 9 _. Bnm. 1695 ditto ? £93 fi 0 .All other spirits, 81 ditto „ 28 7 0 Wine, 461 ditto ? 46 2 0 Tobacco. 2836 lbs. .. .. 288 12 0 Cigars, 216 ditto ? 82 10 8 ? . Coflbe and Chicory, 766 ditto .. 6 6 0 Total .. £1437 8 7
IMMIGRATION IRREGULARITIES. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 5 November 1863
IMMIGBATION IBREGULABITTES. Foa the information of onr readers we pnb lish the following Beport of the Immigration Board. Minute of the Executive Council, and. copy of a letter to Mr. Henry Jordan, on the conduct of the medical officers of the ships -Star of England' and 'Sends.' These are a portion of the documents referred to by Mr. Herbert, in the interview ha.sa.rn en tha Deputation representing the Poblie Meeting. Comment on these papers is at present un necessary; they speak for themselves, and show tbe extent and energetic character of . Governmental investigations' — [COPT.] Immigration Board, Brisbane. October 10. 1863. Sir, — Tbe Inur.igration Board baa now the honor of submitting to you their report on an investigation which they have had Hie unpleasant dnty of conducting, with the view of examining into certain statement* made by the Schoolmaster and Matron of the ship Snnda. reflecting upon the Surgeon of that vessel, and also of ascertaining whether they could Teel the...
MEETING OF THE ACCLIMATIZATION SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 5 November 1863
MEETDfGOFTHEACCLIMATIZATION 6O0IETT. Tan society held a meeting on Tuesday last, bnt tbe attendance of members was very sparse— consisting only of Colonel O'Connell. Mr. Douglas, Mr. Bernavs.and Mr. Coxen. It appears that the effort to .naturalize Chinese sheen in -hn eolnnv !-?? hitherto proved a failure. All the Iambs bom since the introduction nf the original stock iptolhe colony have died, with one exception. It is determined to aend the rest af the flock to a fiald of Mr. Herbert's, near Bowen Bridge, which furnishes excel lent grass. Mr. Fits Iiaa written to the AycMtHh., to-aMrfrot a»t )ln dingoes of fhese DB would and 4m -n tbe ?nefctj- as a present. Mr. Fitz has lately sent down to the Society a swamp pheasant, which is the only contribution they have received since last meeting. In reference to the con tract for fencing the premises, it has not yet commenced, as the contractor wants more time allowed for the procuring of the timber which he obtains from a. lung way np the ...
WIND AND WEATHER. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 5 November 1863
'-W WIND AND WfiATHEB. . .November 3.— Brisbane, N.E, fine tytton. N^, fine; Ipewicb, W, and ?? tfoady:LaidIey, W., an3 fine; toowoomba. W^and fine; Drayton.W, and fine; War ? wick. N.W, and fine ; Bydney. 8.W, and fiae. ? ? ' ? ?; ? ? ? : , November 4.— Brisbane. K^i fine; IVyc - too. NCL, floe : Ipswidi, calm fine; Laidley' calm fine;. Tod woombs, W^finei Dngrtosi, N.W, fine! Warwick, calm finev
WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 4. Before the Police Magistrate. DRUNKENNESS. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 5 November 1863
Vr EDVEEDaVT, ZwOTOCBEB 4. Before the Police Magistrate. -. David CoHington and Thomas Morehead -: r both pleaded -guilty ** to the charge *f : -. -. drunkenness, and were each fined 6s. and . ?? . costs. .?-.?:? Olivia Dsiidson, an immigrant per Star 7 ; ef England, and who was before the court a 7. ? iewdayaainceonmchargeaf-drirnkennciss,: ?. : -was again indicted tbtsmoniing on tbe . - .. same charge: Ihmstable Syraes, wfaomaoe: thearrest, stated that at three o'clock this , ?wrning the a*wner,was ttafzerink - .-., about fa a confuted snanner. evident*; tmooosctous of *er whereabout*.' and. - -. .??', snoreover. decidedly: drunk. He aurested -?:, . ksn andiocked her op. Tbe tm tttlvia .^ noststontty denied the cbkrge. £fae said1 - f _ she had been «n a. visit to Spring Hill, and ?'- on her retnrniihir lust her way. Unprotected ..„ ? innocence Jwd fallen a victim Jo&lreacher- 'C7. «ns policeman, who, under the assumed , - |fiae»f peace, badpranosd down opM her Tlfce sfwoir...
No title [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 5 November 1863
' SHE KOKTH AUSntALUJT' b a pnrdy aodal and poUtSdlorgui. ItboUerain»EM»td«tiojfarthij naturally rich and bemtSfiil land; moi it ?In Itdierei thU nothing can contribute w pOTrerfnllr to the wptxAj attainment of that doUny u nnlon amongrt mil «eetfam- and elmua of its people- Bui nnion is atUiuMa only on one condlHoB— EquiUtyofBi^ita. She « Kane Absiu Ui3'Trill-tliereIort!,»8 vdl far the adTaneuneat of the eoiaar, at beouua the principle is inWn«ir»ny jtut, adToeate cqnal QtO, Beugisw, and 1'oUUcbI Bi^tiror^coJonS«U,frr«ptcttT»ofereTeonlidar» Cauu to Cned or Country. H Mhn tbfr OouUbiUsn at the colony. «*? Cair^iiitajiMtgjBfcillT dcldoped and allowed *ta» acuoD. to -? fa Us tD«Biar«- «»* ou^a. to oar condttlaB Oat ml* -t» ? darted. & Ml thenGn, uphold tte OonaHhathm in lt- totagrity and oppanallebaagailnlt, except «nch a»arepro tfaeei byiU own adaptation and growth. It will condemn cqnaDy the eBbrli of the indigent lenllcr of K-drty who would bring aU down to a «tond«iil to B...
CENTRAL POLICE COURT. TUESDAY, OCTOBER 3, 1863. BEFORE Messrs. Webb, Bernays, and Cribb, Justices of the Peace. ASSAULTING THE POLICE. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 5 November 1863
CENTRAL POLICE COCBT. Tcxsdat, Octobcb 3. 186S. ; Bzfobx M«8.n. Webb. Bernsys. and Crihb. Justices of the Peace. ASUOLTOHO THE PoUCK. George Arnell was fined 10s. for assault - Ing the police in the execution of their duty. - Axnell drives ? hone and dray : about noon - on Monday be loft the ndrfefe staiiaina- on '??' i - the road, and went oft* anas distance: eon .- - ; etabla aUnton togalrea1 rf him Ma nuns and: MMnmr which- jknaU nictsed 'to gira. whereupon he was arrested and grew most tearfully belligerent, and struck the police affioer on the breast. He furtliar essayed to incite the bystanders to a petty insurrection In his favour, calling anon them to come forward like men and not see him. unmoved, . dragged off ruthlessly to the lock-up; Ar nell urged in hit defence that the police bad not told him what charge they had against him, or otherwise he should hare - . - given bis name. The Bench informed the prisoner that the police had authority to arrat a person with out askin...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 5 November 1863
? ♦_ ^ * mm JfOBTB '%USTB£H&ir it pat. JL iitbai tm Tt_n_t. twoKcoict. and* S&XtntDAT morning*, and forwarded W *''' CotintrySnUtriibet«l)yt'hee»rii«rtBa5U. .- ? Berijuarter. in advance ? St. Per Quarter, credit ? ., lot . Single Number ? _t. * ' TiieQasrterctermraafeontaeSUtMarch. * SOthJoiie. 80th September, and31stDeceDi . .- fceryat ,whi-_ penodi only can resignation - to received. Notices of resignation wiU not bo attended to unless sive_in writing. . Suijscriben wiU *e^«b«rged Irtte the «^te of commencing their ?ubscriptiona, - = -. ? -- -Tcsittorjuxuanaia. ?,- ..-....? ~ ' ?? a ' Two Cms, or wader * quarter of as - -??? inch .;..-.; ~ ....... ? I 0 - - Pe«'3tms*,«f. under half an inch.,., S 0 ; 6«tBne», «r under jthr»6-qn»rter» of . . - anjnch ... ? 2 6 Eight lines. «r under one Inch ....... 3 0 * iwr additional tight line*, nnoar - iiach.^ ? , ? 1 0 ? t - ? ? ? . . _O_» OF DKOOOHT. ? Ctmsecotive Insertions ? IC^pMnt; W ' - ' n ...... 16 « - = ?' »?? C-- ? « ....
Commercial Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 5 November 1863
-£flnnntrriai ^ntdligtnxt. Tax 'following is a statement of the Cus toms' revenue received at Brisbane and Ipswich, during die month of October, 1863 : BRISBANE. £ s. d. Brandy. 2565 gallons .. .. 1882 19 9 Gin, 1435 do ? 717 12 2 liqueurs, cordials, or strong - water*; 31 do. „ ,. J5 n 8 r Whisky, 634 gallons .. .. 242 18 4 V Bum, 3539 do .. .. .. 1238 13 0 Perfumed spirits, 142 do. .. 49 19 0 All other spirits, 1013 do. .. 39 11 0 '. Wine, 4415 do. ? 44110 11 ' Ale. porter, and beer (in wood). 21343 do ? 103 10 S . Ale. porter, and beer (in bot . ties), 18.696 do ? 165 16 0 .. Tobacco. 5010 lbs ? SOI O O Cigars, 1293 lbs. .. .. 191 0 6 Opium, 95 lbs. ? 47 u 3 Tea. 36,335 lbs. ? .451 3 9 ' Coffee and chicory. 11.072 lbs. 92 5 4 Swtv. rB&aei. 133Cwt. Sqrs. ; MoUaaea.4Gcwt.0an.2Ubs. 7 14 2 Pilotage, „ ,. .. 70 17 0 Total. .. .. £6486 19 7
Shipping Intelligence. DEPARTURES. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 5 November 1863
- -,- 5|i#93ntdlq^tt .'. '? mpasxcatt. .. a.Ls*, - \ ?' grtlit 4.— Varra Tarn, sttoanW. 6VH- 4ou,'«f«^a KuKht. for Maryborough. Aaumilih. Brookes. Miss Brookes. WrT^igh. Mrs. AMridge,Jfe ASJridw. Mr. Pietzker. Mr. Brown. M*V.-T._|liKsk Mr. Bosentoal, Ber. I-r. TaSnoO, and stout 48 in the steerage. * S November a— Storm King. schooner. 116 ton*. Captain D. Smith, for the Richmond ffiver. in ballast. Passenger : Mr; Brown. - Novembers.— Atlantic, bargne. 260 tons. Cantata T. G. Kelly, for Newcastle. Pas senger: Mrs. Kelly. -?^ —' CLTSABAKCKS. '?November 3.— Star of Borland, ship, 1511 tons. Captain Newell, lor Calcutta. ' November 3.— Elisabeth, schooner, 100 tons/Captain Hughes, for Maryborough, in y»T««* Ko passengers. 1 ' EXPORTS. V I. eta of -England, far Calontta: 422 tons eqti, J. & G.-Hsrris. ??- StiaTun, for Maryborough: 1 box. 3 casks beer. O. Newton and Co. ; 1 bundle leather, H. Box and Son : 1 cask, Heitz ; 1 parcel, Wm. J?otUand Co : 8 drams -oil. ex ~ ' Xarra Tan...
NOTES AND NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 5 November 1863
NOTES .A.TSrX- X7SW3. Oca office hunters will do well to consider and digest the following extract from the Ganttc of Saturday :—' Applications for appointments in the Civil Service being at present Very numerous, it is notified for general information, that, as a general role, nny vacancies that may occur will be filled by the promotion nf officers already in the service, in accordance with the Civil Ser vice Act nf 1863. and that there in no pros pect of any employment being given ta perrons not in the service, except occasion ally in the lowest, or fiftli class.' Captain Towks proved the efficiency of his little steamer Premier, last Saturday, in the presence of competent witnesses. Then were several guests on board— among others the^Coloniri Secretary, the Mayor, and a few others ortheaVttutfiut and the elite. Tbe ? steamer made several turns up and down I the river, and a good Innclieon provided j by 'mine host' insured 'the feast ot reason,** and perhaps Mthe flow of*' — cham«...
AMERICA. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 5 November 1863
AMB&IC&. ; - ' - Thewiws of tte total'-aestnic«on oT *ort Bnmpter by the FedorjOskadbeeiiroUy con firmed. ? -.':__ The Confederate States *n-enforei»g eon. ceriptida of «« clfiiens from 16 to 60yesrs ofiage; '' ; ' ' : ' : ' ? ', '? . , .Gejier.1 U* jrn said *» be meditating a ieseettt on Washington! ??*.?? The fiopfnderato States have raised a ?negro army 500.030 strong. Compensation has been demanded from the British Government by the American ?liipowoers whose ?vessels had beeneaptnroa and destroyed bj the Alabama. The Federal Government has ordered thn erection nf a strong fort at a distance of some 45 miles from Montreal on the Cana dian boundary.
ENGLISH. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 5 November 1863
ENGLISH. Tbe Queen had returned from ber visit to Germany in improved health and spirits. Tbe British Government have declared their intention to maintain tbe strictest neutrality regarding the American compli cations. The charge nf building iron-dad steamers for tho Confederate States, at Livepool. is to be made tbe subject of investigation of a Commission appointed by tbe Cabinet. A 6»w has been discovered in the Medi terranean electric telegraph submarine cable, which will cause delay. Tbe harvest continues to exceed in rich ness those of many previous years. Pnblic feeling is evidently in favor of the recognition of the Confederate State* of America. Lord Clifden has carried off tlie St Leper. Tbe official returns of the export* for the past sis months show an inereas* to Aus tralia £300,003 over the return! for tbe pre ceding half year. Discounts on good paper 4 percent.
CONTINENTAL. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 5 November 1863
CONTINENTAL. The Emperor of Russia's last Note to the Western Poire™ is considered warlike in its tone. The French Ambassador at St. Peters burg had obtained three months' leave or absence. The Busiian journals deny any inten tion on the part of the Emperor to grant reformed Constitution to Poland. The war party are dominant at present in the ltussian journal*. The Western Powers »»»in*«in a firm attitude *rith regard to their wtemotfon in the afiain of Poland. Too Poles continue resolute and ?oocess- ful in their encounters with tho Bossians. notwithstanding the increased forces and additional barbarities of tlie latter. The Frankfort Conference on the uni8 cation of the German States has been brought to a elosr, snd the Emperor of Austria has returned home, the proposed reform having been negatived. Protocol* from the Frankfort Conference had been presented to the King or Fnusia. who thereupon dissolved the Honse of BopreaentaKvea, ; Maximilian of Austria had accepted the throne o...