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BRISBANE, MONDAY, SEPT. 21. 1863. (Before the Water Police Magistrate.) [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 22 September 1863

Brisbane. Mohdat. Seit. 21. 1863. (Before tbe Water Police Magistrate.) Peter Gerrard, seaman, belonging to tbe ship Star of England, was charged with de serting from that vessel. He was ordered to be kept in custody until sent for by tbe cap tain, to wbom be was ordered to be delivered up. - ? The court then closed.

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ADELAIDE. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 22 September 1863

ADELAIDE. Despatches bave been presented to Par liament respecting the military. The Chief Secretary had ? written to Major Bowdles, saying, 'Ton have His Excellency's iol concurrence for placing the entire detaclil ment of the military at the disposal of the General commanding, if that officer desires to avail himself of its service.' A man named Britten, an insolvent draper, has been addressing an open air meeting, denouncing his larger creditors. Then was a good attendance at tbe steeplechase, and the weather kupt very fine. Formby's Gay Lad first; Cadger second : West Bomie third. ?His Excellency the Governor bas re cgiygd a commission frog* home, giving lands. It is reported that all the shares in the forth Arm Company are taken, and that Pete, Brassey, and Co. are the contractors. The influenza prevails taisely in Ade laide. T flour is now quoted at £13 10S'. U £14 10s.. and wheat at 5s. lOd. to 5s. lid.; but there is little doing in the market.

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MELBOURNE. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 22 September 1863

: KECBO6BNB. ^Ma^ ws««eleip-pbeaDn tite 9th instant, «eveoty-two days «om Plymoutb. JSoe icbored in O» bay at two, «ns after Boon. ... . ?:.,.,,.?. .-.?', ?' ??/ Sk Obarfcs Darling was reoftived by ? i«as«br« --dfflaren mr« atl m «nsdleU ? 1 ? ? The Land Bill was flrn ont last night in tbe legislative GoMby 16 to 10. Thecondnctof MesVaynesand Wood, late Ministers, in thKembly. on Tues day, is greatly censurftt of doors. There was a greatlter of Volunteers on Wednesday, to Ant a sword to Colonel Pitt, their fSr Colonel Com manding. He was recfc inostentbusias The new volunteer illations were ex plained by Colonel Andfcn, and were well received. I In the Assembly. MrVealcs announced (bat, after the proceedin|.in the Council, the Government intendeds attninister the Land Act of 1862 dnrinV tStecess, and would take the mpooubmi^lt protecting he nnblic jfomun II* i Tbe parliamentary saiiot was to be brought to a dose on the jth instant. Clongh and Co. offered-* auction, 200 Negretti and ...

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

TELEGRAPHIC JMJJWg. (FEOM OOE OWS COBBEBrOKDECTi;.) SYDNEY. Bathurst. and took everything therefrom. Tbe steamer Illalong struck the ' dredge anchor at Newcastle, and filled one of her compartments. The Yarra has Bailed fur Brisbane.

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CENTRAL POLICE COURT. BRISBANE, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 19. BEFORE J. Petrie, Esq. J.P. [?] [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 22 September 1863

CEHXBAX. .^Jtl^^P? ' ' BsiSBtKE, E*TCT»*T. fill I I « ?111 I ? IS. , - \ B^OB*a.-»etrie;«aO^^f^i^:|| [?]

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 22 September 1863

PittltattOttS ^BjtttistnitiJs. flip »TH& ELECTORS OF EA^T , X MOBETON.— Fellow Electors,— I aid ? not intend, tilt Saturday last, to offer myself asm Candidate for Bast MoretoD; bnt so -many ioflnentia} Electors have done meihe honor to express an anxiety that I ahouCT contest the Electorate, that I h»re consi dered I was not justified by any private feeling of my own in refusing to servo the public. ? My parliamentary career has. I know, informed you of my politics. A constitu tional liberal I ever hare been, and hope I ever shall be— respecting all legitimate sn tbority — deprecating all tyranou* exertion of power, sod all licentious exercise of in fluence — whether on the part of the govern* ment or the people. If ever there was a. country where every man in possession of his faculties is entitled to a voice in the government of himsatf and his fellow colonists, it is Queensland. I therefore advocate Manhood Suffrage, sub ject only to the limit of registration. Three year...

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MELBOURNE. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 22 September 1863

MELBOURNE. The Bla=k Ball steamer Hero arrived after a passage of fifty-seven days from Liverpool. Sbe reports that two vessels, captured by the Alabama, were sold atCape- Town. The Titscarora and Georgia are re fitting there. The circumstance has cvused great excitement. The Governor decliucs to interfere.

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INSOLVENT COURT. BRISBANE, MONDAY, 21st SEPTEMBER, 1863. BEFORE his Honor Judge Lutwyche as Chief Commissioner. [?] WILLIAM [?] [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 22 September 1863

INSOLVENT COUBT. Bbisbixe, Monday, 21st Seiteiibeb, 1863. Befoee bis Honor Judge Lutwyche as Chief Commissioner. TV 1»* WfTTStlf MIIIIMM- Thbwas a second meeting. The in solvent was present. Tbe following debts were proved :—J- L. ZUman.£22 lOcand Zachariab S. Skyring jadgment.debtatBd costs, £29 19s. 6d. The meeting then dated and the tliird meeting was appointed 6r'£bunday, 29th October. A. *econd meeting. Tbe Insolvent was in attendaBoe. There -were no debts proved, ma'tbeuoting dosed, * third meeting Iwna; .,«avpaintaa . tttr Thursday, 29th October. ' ' ? This was a special meeting for tbe proof of debts. One debt was proved by Wien hokand Walker for £60. -and the meeting closed. XH SB JOBS BOWCVOUUJiOll. . This was* single meeting. Tbe In solvent was present. The following debts were proved :— Andrew Galloway, £3 Os. 4d. groceries, William Badford £8 1b.; Bobart Harper £1 Us. Tbe Insolvent was allowed ?to retain his took of trade and wearing (apparel, the official assignee to r...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 22 September 1863

Tjp'ASrEDtoEenta;Sman Cottage of 2 If '. or Sfiooms, in or near town.— Terms

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NEW ZEALAND. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 22 September 1863

NEW ZEALAND. The Prince Alfred had arrived with eight days' later news from Auckland, and from Nelson to the 13th. The troops were massed in front. Two thousand were ready to mscrh for Werremere. The Kate had arrived with Volunteers from Sydney on the fourth. The same day troops also arrived from Tasmania. Four hundred emigrants had arrived for Albert Land. General Cameron had erected a redoubt which commands the Maori position at Merremere; its assault was expected to take place shortly. Tbe province of Wellington was reported as drifting into the war. which aras expected to become a war of the two races. The Militia had been called oat, and the settlers were coming in from the outlying districts*

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WATER POLICE COURT. Before the Water Police Magistrate and T. S. Warry, Esq., J.P. ASSAULT. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 22 September 1863

WATER POLICE COUBT. Before tbe Water Police Magistrate and T. S. Warry. Esq., J.P. John Murphy and William Phillips belonging to the ship Star of England, Captain Newell, were jointly charged with assaulting Bernard Dasitog, third mate of that vessel, who deposed that on tbe 16th instant, whilst taming oat the watch the prisoners and another man who had since deserted attacked bim. without any provo cation, threw him on the deck and at tempted to gag bim. It was about ten minutes past one a.m., believed their ob ject was to secure tbe officer of the night watch and desert; believed the men bore him do grudge and he bore none to them, and wished to withdraw the charge. The Captain declined, it being a very serious offence. The bench sentenced tbe prisoners to eight weeks' imprisonment in Brisbane gaol with bard labour, to be returned to the vessel if the captain required them. BBOACBIKG -CARGO. William Case. Henry Clark, and John Bae, seamen of the ' Star of England,' were charged wi...

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LECTURE ON AUSTRALIA. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 22 September 1863

LECTDBE ON AUSTRALIA. A lectdbe on Australia was delivered yesterday evening, in tbe Catholic Hall, Denmark-street, by tbe Ssv. Eobert S. Downing. O.S.A. There was a large and TBSIiectJLDlb aJidiena^e Amongst thorn on the platform were— Peter Paul M*Swiney, Esq. Lord Mayor Elect, Very Bev. Dr. Anderdon, CO., Very Ser. W. Walsh, fier. H. Crean, ^.x.J. White. Denis Byan.Esq., Bev. P. Pentony. Ber.P. Moran. Mr.J.Botier, T.C, Mr. 3. Debny,tPX.G., Bev. B. Belany. Her. F. Doyte. M-- P- PilBworth. PA.O., Mr. A. HoUand,Mr.G.P. Warren, Eev. J.O'Dwyer, Bev. 6. Walshe. Ber. V. O'SuUivan, Bev. J. Landy. Mr. J. Dillon, Mr. C. Mahony, Mr. J.Kugeot.Mr. M'Intyre, Mr. J.MaVJcen, ^lPap«*tynieJ^ D,lWHmyrSr?M: Murphy, &c , . , 3On ,tfae motion of 3b. Butler,. T.C., and weondedJby.Dr.. JUurney, tbe chair was teken amid loud applanse.by Peter Paul Mtewmey, Esq., t*-rd Mayor Elect. The Chairman, alter returning thanks for thejVind .reception with which he' was greeted, said be fait great pleasure ...

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LATEST MAIL INTELLIGENCE. VIA MALTA. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 22 September 1863

LATEST MAIL INTELLIGENCE. VIA UALTi. The following telegram was received by the Mali* 3Sme».— - ? '-DlatarUncos in NewTorir! have ceased. ' The French reply to Bnssia declines any further discussion. It has caused agood im pression in London.'

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SEPTEMBER 21. Before L. A. Bernaya T. S. Warry, Esqrs., J.P.'s and His Worship the Mayor. DRUNKENNESS. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 22 September 1863

Sefsehbsk 91. Before L. A. BeraaysJT. 6. Warry, Esqrs.. 3. K's, and His Worship the Mayor? PRtTM k wunnuui Jacob ColweUand John Brown fined «s. each : Patrick Murphy, habitual drunkard, fined 40s.. or one month in gaol ; Elizabeth Francis, 10s., or 48 hours in a cell; James Boyle. 10s, or 48 hours; William Swain discharged. BBK1CH OF THE PEACE. James Newell was charged fay Constable tfanton with having been found fightine. on Satnrday night in the public street*; tbe man, Hantoa said, with whom the prisoner was fighting, escaped, bnt he should file an information against him, being acquainted with his whereabout!. Newell said the charge was utterly with out fouudatiOD ; be happened to be passing where two men were fighting ; he received a blow from one of them, whereupon they made off; and. upon the constable coming up, he was apprehended. The Mayor said there was no vharse whatever against Newell; he (the Mayor) witnessed the whole transaction ; two men, neither of whom were before...

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WIMBLEDON PRIZE MEETING. VISIT OF THE PRINCE AND PRINCESS OF WALES. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 22 September 1863

WIMBLEDON PBIZE MEETING. Visit of tbe Peikce ajsd Pbisceee of # Walks. Yesterday was ' Grand-day ' at Wimble don. The routine business of the meeting proceeded as usual, bat, except for those immediately concerned, it passed unheeded, the interest of all centring in the match between the Houses of Loidsand Cammons. Tbe contest, once tbe subject of innumerable pleasantries, has taken its place among the national sport*, and yesterday it attracted to the grounds of the National Bine Asso ciation the largest and most fashionable assembly that bas been drawn together since the meeting commenced. It was farther graced by the presence of the Prince «ad Princess of Wales, who atatved pnnc taauy at a quarter to three «Va% attended by the Marchioness of Carmarthen and Captain Grey. - Last year a mere eordm of the numbers wbo actually arri ved.'it wits oun-d- necessary to make more elaborate preparations. At each of the firing points hurdles were planted, enclosing a wide stretch of ground, a...

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

HOXBS ANZ- 2STEWS Owuro to some unaccountable cause, our Sydney Telegram did not reach Ous office last evening. Heuscboix 4mp S»tA! Acennan-- — Itis onr painful -j«tjr-o record a very melan choly and fatatoooorrence which took placa last Bnnuay night week. Mr. 3. C. U. Bobey, abnager for Stephen Spencer, Esq., Bnngeirorgorai, had occasion to go to Boma to look .after two blackfellows who bad ran off with two horses belonging to the station. He took with 'him a man utmaa John WhMeld Jbr the purpose of bringing O-e -fcnrMs KbcBf Justiss they wen4esTug.to;R^. Ib.-feobey'e atten tion *m : caBea $0 a sick 'person, wb»ch -an«dia^to|» later than a would inn lieeo. TheaaAatBtiigewor. goraliisaibeen rising all flay, ana during tiwirfjiseBW * lieavy jrtnrm - caweS «be creek to nse^uxpeedingly Ugh, and tbe rfghtbei»«irerr^. tttt^rpposed they ^ ^^^aii^eJnpteft Ho caki^t. Bobsyira^^oi^SrnW.aoinl.con jeobared that he lost his lifeendeavouring to save Whitneid, who was unable to swim. Mr. Bobey wa...

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SHIPPING. ARRIVAL. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 22 September 1863

'- -Aiii il^ — ?— '™-'— ?'— __ -v--.- » 4BUV1L. ? ....?-?. .«?? L September ai—Bose,- scb.ioner. from ?'. ModooIoftlStti instant, with 20,000 feet or . eedsr.— GaptainHbwe.xgetit. ' ? UEPABTCTEES. ' . 6EFXEVBCB 19.— Clarence, steamer, 400 tons. Mr. and Mrs. J. Beer, Mrs. Edinondatona « Messrs. %punter, T. Salter. Cunmn. J.' D. WLeanTA. J. Bau. J. Harkwell, P. 0. Cunninghame, and abont 20 in the steor - aje. September IS.— Gazelle, brig, 178 tons Captain Whitwell, for Newcastle, inJiaUast Xo passengers. ' = September 18.— Koneer, schooner. 88 taxa. Captain Briggs, for the Bichmond Hirer, with part of original cargo. No pas sengers. EXFOKTS. Clarence, for Sydney : l bag hteoa. Ctihb H. Wilson and C...; 3 cases, 3 packages bedsteads, T. Smith; I parcel. 1C casks ?plit peas, J. and G. Harris ; 1 bag cotton meed, A. J. Huctings; I case. Captain O Beilly : 6 cases fruit. D. Sfcj ring ; So ots 9 dirts, gold. Joint Stock Bank ; 4 cases fruit. J. Hargreaves; 2 cases fruit. J. V Weiklc; 1 par...

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The North Australian. TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 22, 1863. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 22 September 1863

%\t §tort| ^usttaliair. TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 32. 1663. The Session of Parliament -which will close to-day has furnished much addi tional and incontiovertible evidence of the necessity for reform in oar Parlia mentary institutions, before the colony is governed in accordance with the wishes of the ereit hulk of its inhabi tants. That its present Government b upheld by a dominant ininority^deriving power from the partial and defective state of the eftctcral laws, is a truth so folly proved sni generally admitted that further evidence is only UEefuj^aE an incentive to 'the people to exert themselves to ottain freedom from a political serfdom! as degrading to diem as it is injuriouAo the best Interests of their adopted cofntry. That the root of the evil agaitist which the people have to contend is centred in the distri bution of the representation as it at present exists, was made manifest by the result of thetast General Election. One dominant irierest is allowed, under the present syste...

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WEEKLY CALENDAR. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 22 September 1863

TEBKLr CALENDAB. ^day ? 72 |'« * 5B 'gs' s'lo S»« WedmaaUy 335S2 5H 99 «ao e«S Oturriay -JJ 8 51 SH 10 9 7 S 1 82 Friday ? 25 5 50 65* U» 80S28 SltsrdV ? 36 6 48 S SS 12 » S96S3I

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 22 September 1863

- -fWrnxT^bttTB AUSTRALIAN is pub 1 famed, on Toibdit, Thowdat, ana ? -SAnnpn*.!. mornings, and forwarded to ? ? . . O»untiy Subscribers by the earliest mails. ,?, Per Quarter, in .advance ........ 9s. . V Per Quarter, crioit ............ ids. ? ? ' Single Kmnber ? gj_ ; ThiQuartarsteriiiinateontheSUtHareh, I : S0tIitfimev90tn6ept«mber.,mdSlrtDecem-l . ; ? . bar.. at which periods only can reiignatiorj 1 . . ha {received. Notices of resignation wiU I ;* ';? nott* attended to unless given in writine Snbeonbers wiU fee charged from toe I date -tfcom«Mnoiiig their si&scriptions. j - . ' ;? ' - ' jgBm or APT«BTuims. j r IwoUbw. or under ? quarter of an '' j Fo«rliB8».ornnderhaiir»n'iiiQh.! ' 2 01 Sixlmea. w ander three-quarters of ; _, *ninch ? ., ? 2 jj' Eight lines, or under one inch ... .'sol Every additional eight lines, under j i ? . an inch ? ........ ? x 0M ??$? TEBMOFDISCOOHT. . L S Consecutive Insertions ? 10 » cent I * IS ,-, „ ? 16 „ ' s & ,. .. ...... 2? ' Th...

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