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WIND AND WEATHER. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 7 November 1863

WIND AND WEATHER. November 5.— Brisbane, calm, and fine; Lytton.calm and fine; Ipswich, calm ana fine; Laidley, calm -and fine; Toowoomba, WJB.W^and fine; Draytou, calm and fine,; Warwick, culm and fine; Sydney, celmand lightratn. November 6.— Brisbane, W., dull, hazy; Lytton, N.W, doll, hazy; Ipswich, calm, fine; Laidlev, calm, dull; Toowoomba, calm, null, cloudy; Drayton, Wn cloudy; Warwick, calm, clondy. ? *vv,.-.'. . ? ??. .?..:.-.'

Publication Title: North Australian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
IPSWICH. Friday. October 6. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 7 November 1863

IPSWICH. Cmau onn ows cobbesposdent.) Fridav. October 6. ?s y?*!*'}**? fThnraday) wnjn.S. about the memory or the oldest inhabitant. During the forenoon the sun was intensely hot, and about three o'clock the sky began to lower, and thunder pealled forth. Tlie hail com menced to fall with all the fury of an tngry element and the force of cannon balls, some of the particles berng as large as small hen eggs. The storm continued about an hour, and several windows and skv-lisrhts were smashed, and property damaged. Another unpleasant casuality happened, — Mr. tras kirtb's new store came down with a terrific smash ; happily no loss of life occurred. Five little boys who took shelter from the storm under a culvert in the Corporation Yard, wonld. only for the timely interven tion of one of their mothers. Mrs. Lewis of South-street, have been, it appears, victims to tire fury of the storm. There was no water in the cnircrt at the time they entered it. and some obstruction being at tile mouth...

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WEEKLY CALENDAR. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 7 November 1863

WEEKLY CALESSAB. v.^.wiiun S|I!I Sim M'0'* Uightratcr H. M. B. H. V. -? V. K. If. M. Batwdiy ? T 5 10 O 19 S3 VSeeSi Snndiy ? f 5 * 6 20 SB3 7 ai 7 45 Slond.j ? B 6 9 « 21 27 3 8 10 8 36 Taadar ? 10 BS 6 21 £83 t - Ba Wedaesdar—Jl 5 8 6 22 293 0 4f 10 12 Thnradar -1- s T a22 ° 7 M SB II o JWiUy.' ? 13 57 «23 1 7 11 24 U 48

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CORRESPONDENCE. DALBY JUSTICE. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 7 November 1863

OQESKESE'OlNrDENOEL. . n»T.RV TITKTrfiE. Sib.— Can you, or any of your legal read ers, inform me if a Police Magistrate is justified in acting in the following manner. A short time since, the wife of a China man commenced in broad daylight a volley of abuse in the public etrortts facing my ?premises, accompanied with most obscene language. I immediately called upon a constable to apprehend her, which he did, whereupon a number of Chinamen in the neighborhood rescued her from the hands of the constable and made the best of their way to the Ma gistrate's private residence, who informed the constable that he was not justified in apprehending the woman. The following morning being Conrt-day, I made application to the Police Magis trate for an explanation of the causes why the woman was not confined in the lock-up. I was thereupon immediately rebuked, threatened, and ordered out of the Court house. Is this proceeding legal or not? I am, sir. Tour obedient servant. 'A CONSTANT SUBSCRIBER ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 7 November 1863

OtmSubscrilOTin Tcowoomba, Dnyton, and War viekanisfinmeathitoarTnmlllns Agent, SI*.J. P. CMTBEU, toon the ir*y,»jld wHI «hortlj wait on tima for saatUaneat of mceonnti. SUs gentleman li bdlymntbuiaM to gireWM5pto,aBdwe nonzsttliat «nr fiiandiiri]14elayUm ma little u poedblo in dU Korth AMtraHan Offlce, S3rd October, legs.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 7 November 1863

THE NORTB AUSTRALIAN is pub lished on Tuesday, Thdssday, and Satubdat mornings, and forwarded to .Country Subscribers by the eariiestmails. . TEBMSOFSUESCEimoS. Per Quarter, in advance ? 9s. Per Quarter, credit ? 10s. Single Number ? 4d. The Quarters terminate on the Slit 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 torn the date of commencing their subscriptions. ZEBUS OF ADVEBHSIKG. s. d. Two lines, or under a quarter of an : inch ? 1 0 * . Four line.', or under half as inch.... 2 0 Six lines, or nnier three-quarters of an inch ? 2 6 Eight lines, or tinder one inch ? 3 0 .Every additional eight lines, under an inch,. ..,,,,..,,.......,,.., 1 0 TEEMS OF DISCOUNT. -6 Consecutive Insertions ? 10 ?$ cent. , 4S „ ? 15 „ ' 26 „ „ ? 25 ,, The number of insertions must be written on the face of each Advertisement, or it I will b...

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Commercial Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 7 November 1863

tanttiM InMiigcnrt. Bosikess has been quiet during the week, and with the exception of some slight change in the prices of articles of inferior consequence there is nothing worth men tinning. Stocks though limited have gone off heavily. Wool still continues to come in slowly. We have to nutice, however, 70 bales in addition to the quantity already shipped on board the Tonng Australia for England, which has come to hand for that vessel. Messrs. Baff and Co are pressing a considerable quantity of Queensland cotton for shipment by the saint vessel. With re gard to importation, there is nothing un usual or worthy of notice. TABU ASD GABBEV PSODCCE. B.&B. Bolcock quote the following as the current wholesale prices: — Flour, £15 to £17 10s. per ton; old pota toes, £7; new potatoes, £10 per ton: sweet potatoes, £5 per ton; maize. 5s. per bushel, oaten hay, £12 per ton; lucerne hay. £11 per ton; pumpkins, £3 10s. per ton; bran, £8 10s. per ton; pollard. £8 10s. per ton; barley, seed...

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Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 7 November 1863

SJjip^^piiUJtjitt. - „ . JLBMVAO. XOVWBEB * — WilBjnm, %teamer, 400 tOBS. Gantaln Cottier, fre&a BflCTfisnijrtnn the Srd instant. iiff»Titfr»flt*i' 'fljfj f-i'~. Mr. and Xa. H'AIleT.Hism Solans (2). Mrs. *Hapkii-s, ads. ;BeniML Wesna. Boteer. Hie*. A«k*t-rfli.M^e«;«l»*c. Gardner. Hoperaft. Rnlay, l*|wbunfe Rowland. VKelBgBtt, Anslow, J.%k ay, Christian, ?ndS} in the steerage. . Norember 5.— TJrai-a, irteamnr, £00 tons, - Captain Wiseman. Cum. Sydney the 2nd instant. Passengers -^Messrs. M'lntyre, Oonn&Ut fiitiftl^t^ rTnnJM'J Iferfcild, Bennett, U'XjCftn, Jobsworth, jEnininerGra Coinyn* Hendaroo, and 14 in t^b steerage. To Port Xacquarie, Mr. Toyer^. November 6. — Queensland, steamer, 500 ton*. Captain Curphy., from the Northern Port*. Passengers— Mrs. Bobertson, Mrs. Hariey, Mrs. Balias. Mrs. Itseia, Mr. H. Bntfasitara. HcJ.A. Albion, Me M'I*n aon, Mr. V. Christian. Mr. J. Richardson Mr. Ohamhurlsne. Mr. C. B. Fife. Mr. F. A. Ashman, I£r. Briggs. DBRABTDBSS. „. Novem...

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WATER POLICE COURT. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 7 November 1863

WATER POLICE «COURT. Befobe. the Water Police Magistrate, sod T. S. Warry, Esq.. Justice of the Peace. CLAIM FOR WAGES. James Bell v. fiobert Newell.— The cir cumstances of this case are as follows :— The plaintiff came out as a steerage passenger in the ship Star of England, Captain Robert Newell (defendant) commanding. Shortly after anchoring in the Bay, plaintiff' stated that he made a verbal agreement with the Captain to assist in discharging and reload ing said ship. The agreement was made on September 20th, and the plaintiff, worked daily until the last day or October inclusive. Upon making application to Oaptaia Newell for his wages for the time, he offered tn pay him half a-crourn * Jay for the onmbcrof days he had woAtJ, W« yUtmilr frcfusoa it, and now instituted the present suit for the recovery of fia. jxur d«y,- traictt be repre sented as the current port wages. Plaintiff was represented by counsel. Captain Newell conducted bis own case. There .wen no witnesses on either...

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FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 6. Before T. S. Warry and G. D. Webb, Esqus., Justices of the Peace. LARCENY. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 7 November 1863

Fbjdat, Noveubeb C. Before T. 6. Warry and G. D. Webb, Esqcs., Justices of the Peace. L4BCEKY. William Dodd pleaded guilty to the in dictment of stealing a pair of boots from the shop of Messrs. Hunter and Co. The prisoner solicited the Bench to dispose »f the case summarily. The boots were va lued at 12s. 6d. The prisoner stated that he had been only a few days in Brisbane, and that he had been last employed on the Condamine Biver, at Mr. Thorn's station. The Court sentenced him to one month's imprisonment, with hard labor, 6UMM0KSES. BBUNK ASD DISORDERLY. Thomas Swinburne, pleading guilty to the above charge, and having been pre viously convicted on a similar offence, was fined 20s., and imprisoned for forty-eight hours. OBSTBrjcnXG HDEWAU. Thomas Jennings, a passenger by the Snnda, was charged with obstructing the sidewalk with his borse and cart. The defendant respectfully pleaded his short residence in the colony and bis otter ignoranse of municipal law. Discharged upon payment...

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NEW ZEALAND. (VIA SYDNEY.) [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 7 November 1863

NEW ZEAIJLND. , . - (Via SrDMtr.) Tbe Golden Age arrived at Newcastle;, brings new! from Auckland to the 17th October. The attack on the Mere Mere will not be undertaken until the reinforcements from India hid brought np. Numerous murders have been committed by the Maoriea on stragglers from the camp. The Victoria volunteer contingent have inarched to the front. Among the killed by the treachery of die emeny, were Sergeant Johnson and Fri Tate Conway of the 40th Bogiment. The troops are much enraged at the cool blooded atrocities of the natives, and scour ing parties arc on the fieri to discover their ambushes and punish them. Otago news to the 19th contains nothing note worthy.

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ADELAIDE. November 6. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 7 November 1863

ADELAIDE. November 6. The Parliament was prorogued by fh* GoTemor on Thnrsday last.

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CENTRAL POLICE COURT. THURSDAY, OCTOBER 5, 1863. Before T. S. Warry, Esq., Justice of the Peace. FORGERY. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 7 November 1863

CENTRAL POLICE dtitffft. Thdesday, Octoeeb 5, 1863. Before T. S. Warry, Esq., Justice of the Peace. FOBGEBT. Francis McGoire, charged with forging and uttering a certain paper, was re manded until to-murrow for conveyance to Ipswich, the offence having transpired there. IKDECEST ASSiOLT. John Wilson, arrested on Charge of an indecent assault on the person of Catherine McGuire, prayed for a remand, through his counsel, in order to give him an opportunity to procure the testimony of an important witness. Remand granted until Tuesdav next. Bail, to the amount of £80. was re quired and procured. The aacnsedin £40, and two sureties in £20 each.' ASSACLT. James Fitzosborne, charged with assault ing John Brodie, was remanded on bail till to-morrow morning, partly because his wit nesses were not present, and partly because a second magistrate could not be found to assist in the adjudication of the case.

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NOTES AND NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 7 November 1863

XIOXES .A.N1D NEWS. Bibch 6id justice to himself ana the public last Thursday evening, at the School of Arts. The audience was larger, and we have reason to believe the present enter tainment is productive of greater popular enjoyment than was even the Panorama. It served to exemplify the versatility of Mr. Birch, and enables him to appear to real advantage in a line that both, art and T|^l1iiiiiiiM£^TiiiWirWiMifMr' BJjjfa' 'T lYffrTTr- ? ViMey. -ana on ' '^Monday evening, the anniversary of the Prince of Wales* trirtU day, which is, wo understand, to be observed as a general hoMay, he wiit repeat his popular perform ance at the School of Arts, in Brisbane. This is tn be a ' graud extra and original farewell entertainment.' Those who haven't witnessed Birches performance will, no doubt, seize the last opportunity to do so. His *' Billy Barlsir' is well worth the expense of going to see, hear, and laugh at A violent hailstorm prevailed on Thurs day, at about three o'clock, in the nei...

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The North Australian. SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 7, 1863. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 7 November 1863

Cjje |]tort|j ^nstraliait. SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 7. 18C3. Whether or no Mr. Fitzoibbon was folly aware of the purport of his 'now celebrated report we do not pretend to decide, but we Jbave no doubt of one fact, and that is that there is a marvel lous variety in his opinions. A short time since we remarked upon the peculiarities of a document extracted from the Otago Times of the 17th September, in which paper the conclu sions arrived, at by our eminent engineer,- *were ^atea- to^iaveTieeii laid in doe official form before the Government of that portion of New Zealand is which the Otago Times principally circulates. Some of our readers who enjoy a joke, and some of our opponents, to whom fun and argu ment are alike incomprehensible, call upon us for more detailed evidence than we nave yet given in support of die opinions we have expressed. We have no objection to adduce what pro vidence in its infinite appreciation of the folly of Mr. Pttzgibbon has given^ us j and- we proceed accordin...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 7 November 1863

« THE NOKTH AUSTBAUAK'i» a pnrely aodal and polttical orgio. It beUerei In a gnat draUny for Hue nmtaisllr r!eb and beantintt land; and it aba believes Out nothing can contribute ?o powerfatlf to the epeedy attainment of that destiny as onion amongst alt sections and daues of its people. Tins union b atuinabls only on one condition — Equality of Bichts. The ' Nostb Acstba lus' will, therefore, as veil for the advancement of tiw colony, as bee&nse tbe priaciple 3s iatziaBlcally jnst, adracate eqnat Oril, BeUgiont, and lViutical K^-tsfor«llcalanisbi,irresDaetire ofcrcrr considera tion as to Creel or Country. It bdiera the Constitution of the colony, when liiiiy interpreted, rally developed and allowed fiw action, toT-e In its liberality the mfet suitable to our condition that ataUJx ?'—filf Tt ?ML ¥H*-V«MBBBBBMMHB4takU^BaAti«^WSBBBBBBBB«aM^^BBBBBBBBB*VHaWBaiBSBVI ana cSo-'aiiSalJ'KlTSS-Slk JimmS doed b;ltl ewn'«qiipt«H-m ad go-th. n Ml condenm c^nally the «ffort» st the indige...

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MELBOURNE. November 5. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 7 November 1863

MELBOOENE. November 5. The ceremony of presenting nev colonrs to . the Blh Sediment was performed on board the Himalaya by the lady of tbe Colonel. Host of the rivers throughout the colony hive been flooded daring the past few days. A match has been arranged between Bar* won and the Bose of Denmark for £1000 aside. A meeting of Riverine settlers h»v« adopted resolutions in favour of a junction, with tho colony of Victoria. At sale in Melbourne greasy wool sold at UJd; lambs', at I0}d; ana scoured, »t Is. 814, ?

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 7 November 1863

Sates hg gttfim. I ABSTRACT OF SALES BYMTCTTOS ?*?*'?*'* To he held by -ijTABXarond XHCKSOKat the City M Anoliont;|(art during che current , ?' Hoar . if..! . '. Xtanuinro Sundries. ? THIS BAY. Valuable Lot of Household Furniture. JML tion, at the City Anction Mart, THIS PAY, KoTwnber 7. at 11 o'cjy'fe.^ Valuable ijot of HonsehnM Fnnutaie, '^^^STdining table. 6obs Chair* dock Cedar n2 lion bedsteads CampoTen Water casks Teaspoons Knives and {brio. &c*o.«c Also. 1 Dray ana harness ?Without reserre. Terms at sale. ? ^_ THIS PAY. 10 S-» Victorian Hour, tfita all Eaolts. MABTOJ «J-a DICKBON wOl mH by .auction, at the City Auction Mart, THIS SAY. Norember 7. at 11 o'clock, JO bag* Victorian floor, each 200 lbs. With all faults, ana without rejcrre. Terms at sale, THIS DAY. Patent China and Machinery. MARTIN ana DICKSON wiU sell by auction, at tbe City Auction Hart. THIS DAY. November 7. at 11 o'clock. Patent Churn and Machinery in good working order. Terms at sale. THIS DAY. Invo...

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TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. SYDNEY. November 4. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 7 November 1863

TECEQ-RAJKIO XTEWS. (PJiOX OCfB OWN COBBESPOSTDENIS.) SYDNEY. November 4. Kbws from Japan are to the effect that Brituh vessels of war had besieged and cap* tnred Naogasaki.and two strongholds belong* ing to the Prince Sumpska. November 5. Mr. Martin has been beaten by Mr. Cowper ?t Orange, the Utter having a majority of sixteen. The report of the resignation of tbe Engi neer of Bailways, Mr. Whitton, has been contradicted. At the produce sales wool was dull, and declined Id. ; scoured wool goes off heavQy. Sheepskins in demand, without change. November 6. Captain O'BieUy, the present commander J^^!iE^^ffili^'l^^Bfll%niWirirfl'[Jiir^J lLfcd?TjuSM!r'Si1'1M&::'^' ''gg* '**'''p ' ' J '^ Brisbane, The bon. Minister for Lands and Works A. Macalitter, returned to Brisbane by tha Telegraph last night. 'Another large protectionist meeting is to - be held to-night

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AMERICA. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 10 November 1863

AMERICA. General GiUnore officially reports on the 21th August, tbe practical demolition of Fort Sumter, after seven days' bombard ment, at a distance of 3330 to 4000 yards. It is a shapeless and harmless mass of ruins. 'A longer fire,' he says, 'would make it a greater mass of ruins, but scarcely more powerless for the defence of Charleston Harbour. It is unnecessary to continue to fire on the ruins. I have established on mv left within effective ranee of the heart of Charleston, and opened with them after giving General Beanregarddue notice. My projectiles entered _Charieste»- — -1 til~— » -«K«OToganrTOE»gnates'ttbem the most destructive missile ever used in war.' The official accounts to the evening of the 21th, state that Fort Sumter was entirely destroyed, but not surrendered. The foreign Consuls protested that time enough had not been allowed for the removal of non-combatants, and General Beauregard asked for a trace of forty hours. General Gilmore replied by demanding the sur...

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