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RUSSIA. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 10 November 1863
EUSSIA. The Northern Post of St. Petersburg, of September 8th, says that tbe levying of re cruits has been postponed in the .Govern ment of Minsk during the continnance of the insurrection, and in the Governments of Vitebsk and MohUeff to tbe lothof Janoarv next ? J The Grand Duke Constantine has arrived at St. Petersburg from Warsaw, and has attended a Council of Ministers held at Tzarskoe, held under the presidency of the nssed.' '? ?*?-??--??-? - ???- ? * ^ The Journal ae St. Pdersbowg of yesterday denies ttoo ttx»_«» ^blished by the foreign press concerning new arrangements by Bus sia relative to Polish and German affairs. Speaking of the alleged Badical reforms and new alliances about to be entered into by Russia, according to French accounts, it says the conclusions drawn from- this pretended news are as false as their pre mises. In Poland, the Emperor, whose senti ments on the Polish question have not changed, considers his first duty to be the re-establishment of solid and m...
FRANCE. Paris, September 10th. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 10 November 1863
FRANCE. Paris. September 10th. Bmnoun oTa diaqnioting character have been current relive tithe stete of health of M. Troplong, Tresident ;of the Senate. s^mw'JimipEBinwM^iiirt nst life w^sjOVT jCcttlOC The' Pairu Btatwthat ntr.BUdeH, repre sentative of the Southern States in France, smved at Brest on the 7th. ;.: ;- ? ; v.-- -i-j.-'.--!'.v-.«/ '? A rumour was current yesterday in Paris, says tbe Patrit, to tbe effect that the reply of Russia to tbe last notes of the three Powers had arrived ; hut this account we think pre mature. A letter from Berlin of the 7th mentions a similar rumonr prevalent in that city, and gives some further details. The despatches of Prince Gortscbakoff. it says, left St. Petersburg on the 4th, Lieut. Bragg being mentioned as the bearer of that to the Cabinet of the Tuleries. He was expected to pass through Berlin on the evening of the 7th or the next morning. The Dresden .journal states that the Emperor' of Austria, immediately after his return -from Frank...
VIENNA. September 8th. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 10 November 1863
VIENNA. . September 8th. The Wanderer states that the insurgent chief Lelewel gained a signal' victory over the 'Russians on the 3rd, at Poromby, In the Palatinate of Lublin, taking three cannons and placing 600 men, out of a force of 3000, hon-de-eombat. Tbe insurgent loss was ISO in lulled and wounded. The Bnssian wounded were conveyed to Ciechanowice. The Preste of hut evening also announces that Sokolowski bad defeated the BnsBtan General Kbstanda in the Palatinate of Ka lisch. ' 'Fresh detachments are feeing organ ised in the Government of Augustoyo. ? . ' ' -
AMERICA. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 10 November 1863
AMEEICA. In New York the draft has been completed. General Bozencranz has not succeeded in his attack on Chattanooga. Confederate General Lee was in command of an army 150,000 strong, and was medi tating a descent on Washington. The Federal army was suffering from ty phoid fever. The Federal Government has erected a new fort within forty-five miles of Montreal, havinr barrack accommodation caoable o holding £000 men, and containing supplies for 100.000 men. ... vitiB~S|»p5ir'mS5'-- in-famniror the Poles has been warmly responded to. The Russian Ambassador baB called for a. disavowal of a statement made by a Roman journal of the persecutions of the Lutheran Church. -The Pope is said to have refused. Cardinal Antonelli is not to go to Mexico, as has been reported. Letters from Naples, of the 5th, state that the BtshoptafipVopea and Bix landed proprae tors have been carried off by a band of bri gands into the woods of Calabria,
EUROPEAN NEWS. INTELLIGENCE TO 10TH SEPTEMBER. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 10 November 1863
J=! U -RO FSLAJST H£WB IXTEIilGENCE TO 10TH SEPTEMBER. Feom the S. M. Herald of the 3rd and Sth instant, we copy the following additional news received at Colombo previous to the sailing of the Himalaya : — The latest telegram received at Colombo from TjondoD. dated .September 10th. con talnea tne following lcems or European In telligence : — Queen Victoria returned from her visit to Germany on the 10th September. At Bnzenard, Coburg, the King of Prussia and the Emperor of Austria, besides a great congregation of German Princes, visited her Majesty. The French papers express regret that the parry of resistance at St. Petersburg, have carried the day in opposition to the interests of Poland. M. Drouyn de Lhuys is understood to refuse the decision of the Sultan respect ing the Suez Canal, and to demand the fulfilment of the agreement of the Lite Viceroy. The Emperor of Austria was received with enthusiasm at Vienna, on his return from the Germanic Confederation. A war with France iu r...
WIND AND WEATHER. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 10 November 1863
?WIND AND WEATHER. November 7. — Brisbane, W., fine ; tytton, W. fine ; Ipswich, calm, dull ; Laidley, calm, dull ; Toowoomba, W-, cloudy ; Drayton.W.. doudy; Warwick, calm and fine; Sydney, calm fine. warm.
SOUTH AUSTRALIA. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 10 November 1863
SOUTH AUSTRALIA. It is reported thatgold has been discovered at South Rhine. The Adelaide rain-fall in October was three inches and one-tenth, the greatest ever recorded.. The Amazon, from Mauritius, reports that the Confederate steamer Alabama left tbe Cane of Good Hods onlv sixteen linnra lie fore the Federal war steamer Vidal arrived. The Elphinstone reports having found a case of gnnpowder, branded S C & Co, 672, in latitude 28 ° south, longitude 87 west. In the Legislative Council, the Debenture Bill was passed, and the Anpropriation Act read a second time. -^6^fl|a«nMfe:a|Jour a .gnotedat £&t* Gold in largely-payUij;- Spu^.^ v-. Jbseu discovered at the Adelaide Mine. It wUTbe within the memory of many old inhabitants of the colony that the first discovery of gold was made some eighteen years or more ago in this locality, and the neighbouring country, though long neglected, bas long been known to contain the precious metal. Several specimens taken from the cross...
VICTORIA. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 10 November 1863
VICTORIA. The tenders for Railway debentures were opened yesterday, 4th instant. £200,000 were .offered, and only £71,000 were taken. The minimum paid by Government was £5 10s. premium. At the first wool sale of the season, held on the 5th instant, 515 bales were cata logued ; 2SS bales were sold, and the rest were withdrawn. Greasy wools commenced selling at last year's rates. The Edina Las arrived from Otago, with news to the 26th ultimo. She brings 20,000 ounces gold. Official reports of West Taieri Gold-fields are altogether favourable. The last escort from the Gold-fields brought 21,000 ounces. H. M. Transport ship Himalaya, Captain Edward Lacy, has arrived, having made the passage/rom Portsmouth in sixty-nine days, calling at tbe Cape of Good Hope and Ceylun. She has on hoard the 50th Eegi ment, commanded by Colonel Waddy, and 821 effective strength, 67 women. 67 children. She will proceed to New Zealand after coaling. The Himalaya brings English news from Ceylon to 10th Septe...
No title [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 10 November 1863
'THEKDBTHAUSTEAUAlT'uapoidyBOcialand j polUkalorgmn. It beUeres in a great destiny for this j » powerfully to th« spady attainment of that desthiT as union amongst all sections and classes „-- :.. ~,rf. !FUi nnkm is attainable only on one eoaaBjOB_»inaHtyorBigIlta, The » Kobm Aosiea- B1!f-wnl,the««i«,as well for the advancement of the colony, as becanw the principle is Intrinniranr just, adnwate equal GrO, Bdigions, and FoUHcal BightaforaUeolonists,iOTspecBreofCTeiycan5idara Uon as to Creed or CountiT. B bdiens the Constitution of the colony, when feiriy interpreted, fony developed and allowed free action, to 1» in its liberality the most mutable to our coudittoa that could be devised. It will therefore, uphold the Constitution in its Integrity and oppose all changes in it, except such as are pro duced by Us- own adaptation and growth. It wDl condemn equally the efforts of the indigent leveller ot meMy who would tains all down to a cbuuiarato BfltbSnwK: and the pretentjons of the we...
COLONIAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 10 November 1863
colonial' asiiivl/s. The Telegraph, steamer, arrived on Saturday night last ; brought dates from Sydney to the Sth instant, from Victoria to the 2nd, and from South Anstralia to the 23rd nltimo. Tbe telegraphic despatches in the 8. it. Berald to the latest date, we subjoin under the respective headings, as well as items of news clipped from the files to hand :— NEW SOUTH WALES. There is little of general interest from lis colony. The defeat of Mr. Martin, at the Orange, is the most engrossing topic in political circles. The event is not likely to serve the Cowper party. Mr. Martin is to be proposed for the Tnmut electoaate, and failing there, which is not probable, Mr. Dalley, it is said, will vacate Carcoar in his favor, so that bis return to the Assembly cannot be prevented. At tbe nomination at Tass Mr. Fancett was proposed by Mr. Allman, and seconded by Mr. O'Connor. There being no opposi tion Mr. Faucett was declared duly elected. Sub-inspector Brenan while on bnsh doty on Satu...
The North Australian. TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 10, 1863. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 10 November 1863
jtfFmSD AT, NOVEMBER 10. 1863. .Jm-^Z^tettte- -TiissJiriilirTrrfi I ^yatjl and~ DT^QSBlllf ifJipprtftllCfi. xC I brings home to us the necessity for a ! I speedy aid efficient Bettlement of the question. A whole community Buffer ing from thirst, and driven to deleteri ous mixtures, to ward off the injurious consequences. Eure to result from con finement to the more^eleterious puddle miscalled water, which is now doled out to us, is a condition scarcely to be tolerated. Whether the Snrveyor General is a mote competent engineer than Mr. Oubham, or Mr. Heebeet a better judge than the Corporation we flntf^jnam jt ^tSufjaiot^' IJit ?w.e-;«rB not 'to^wait whlieiffiiy are fiqnEbWing -on Uie TespectaTB mer|Js of rival echemeB. Any -eoheme, the wprijtal iheir/UspoBal, - would be better than npne/ for some c^iaooe of a' pore ' anf luertain daily sop^y vould then be within the bonnds of a reasonable' probabHitf . fa it is, despite of Acts *rf Parliament, Council meetings, and rQ the apparatus ...
PEAK DOWNS. October 26. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 10 November 1863
PEAK DOWKS. [From an Occasional Correspondent.] October 26. I can only say that all the men who secured claims early at either the old diggings or the New Bush, have done well. I do not wish you to believe that it is either a BaUaarat or a Bendigo, but to those who have struck at all. it has been a paying field. The few small nuggets I send you will enable you to judge of the quality of the gold, and also of he eeoloeical character of the ground. The space which has turned out auriferous as yet is not very extensive; but I think, after looking at tbe nuggets, you will agree with me that where they come from there must be something worth having not far off. I think, however, that it would be very foolish for persons to rush hero until something of Teater extent has been opened up than the two small fields we have already discovered. There are here at present nearly 600 who will find gold if it is to be discovered. When it is hit the news will soon fly, and then it will be time enough...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 10 November 1863
KOTICB. OcaEatambmin Tomroombm, Drayton, «nd Wo wick are informed that our Travelling Agent, S£r.J. P. Cunm,-iontlienj, and will ahortly wait on them tor a settlement of accounts. Me gentleman fa fuHy authorised to give receipt*, and we request that our friends will ddiy him as JitUe as possible in dis cbargingoixr dauns. Korth Australian Office, 88rd October, 1863. ? UOBTHArSTRAttSJT.— Copies of this journal mar be had at the stores of Me. JOHJT JOHIfSTOy, little Ipswich, and also at Mb. O'MLIXTS Sham rock Hotel, BnsbaBMtreet, ^pewieh.
COMMERCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 10 November 1863
' ? : OOMMBBcAl,^ . Ipswich Pbodocb '- 'Bxtokt. — T-espatched from the stores of Messrs. G. H. Wilson and. Co —7 bandies sheepskins. TB&Co. : 2 bales sheepskins. Hli over T. Received by Messrs. Walter Gray and Co.. for shipment per ' Young Australia.''— 9 bales wool, GT ; 20 bales wool. FAE Bigge.
Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVAL. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 10 November 1863
ijjp^ltollqjtKtt. [?] Smitaft J. B Scott, Ul»& jFetaL J. M. Peter, B. tW, : GeoreeT^kwmsaT. B. W. Fagan, JJ IS^ob, J. DTfe'Lean. F- Boiwottty, A. 6t*le* BV-A. Magn»y..F. West. B. M. Bew*ndl8intberteerage.^_ - J.4J 'Hovember 9.^-Steamer Samftn. CapSM 3 Champion, from Rockhampton. Fassen - CaptaJnGoodm»nMr.Tbomi»oii^ndl6inUio ?Steerage. ' . ?- ? _[:«.'«???' ' srPABnnuc. Korember 9.-8aldanlia, aUp, 1600 tons, CaptafaG.Dawson. for Melbourne. ~~*-'''-*-. TMPOBTS. Telegraph, from Sydney: 1 pajeil. E. B. Bootberifc^ S3 bags fionr. H. Hodann i , 4D bagsbranTa ^ajas cheese, 2 *egs I her Bowden: 2 weighing machines,! (Rmtorpa. S nofesfeeads oO, 5 American stoves, 2 bnn J1«TSS l naekaee.MaikweU:l vase doors. ? »caSsi&iiit,81agB butter H. S. Gtenfell; »_ ^ *\PV5e^riSB»?T*^t*SSpwla*, » packages; Perry Brothers: 60 cases genera, Iparcel. CoKnMunro; S packages, Merry ana Bush; JTCostta: 2 eases mustard. 2 cases salmon, Ttarcream of tartar, 1 case tartanc acid, 1 ^.nbica. 10 cheata ...
PROVINCIAL NEWS. WARWICK. THE GOVERNOR AT WARWICK AND THE EASTERN DOWNS. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 10 November 1863
EROVIITCLAi X7£i'VOTS. THE -WVBB^nBWwSiw^i^iSB'*4iS***'1 EABTEBN DOWKS. His Excellency arrived on the Downs, at Maryvnle, on Thursday evening, the 29th nltimo, accompanied by Lady Bowen, Captain Pitt, A.D.C., and Mrs. Hardie, and was met there by Mr. and Mrs. Green, of Goombarra. Mrs. Deuchar, and A. E. Hal larou. Esq., P.M., left Jtfaryvalc on Friday mornincat 11 a.m.. called at Gleuirallan. after 'which they came on to Canning Downs, where they arrived at 5 p.m, just before a heavy thunderstorm. On Saturday, a large party were invited to meet His Ex cellency at Canning Downs. The vice regal party remained atCanningDownsuntilTucs aay. On MooSay his Excellency went fur a day's shooting to Killarney, and shot two Bustards. At half-past 11 a.m., on Tuesday, on his way into town, lie was met by the Mayor and the Corporation of Warwick, and a large numbir of persons at the Canning Downs fence, who escorted him to the New Court House, where he held an undress reception, at which the Mayo...
IPSWICH. Monday. Nov. 9. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 10 November 1863
IPSWICH. (FBOH ODE OWN GOBBESPOHDEKT.) Hondav. Nov. 9. On Saturday, a gentleman by name of Fol ding, left Brisbane for Ipswich. Since that ?time sp tu the present no tidings have been heard oi him, although the police went in search of him all day on Sunday. I believe le belongs to the snrvair rlcmrtmont Nearly all the stores and some of the Bhopsaredosea to-day, in bonor of the birthof the Prince of Wales, and, in con sequence, the day in this town looks more like Sunday than Monday. No stir or sign of business* doiug; and the streets nearly flnp^. The Discussion Class of the School of Arts are to hold a special debate to-morrow Esteem.' 33j»» ?? ? *'* 'oersoXuie institution and their fair friends to be present. An unfortunate man named Thomas Darby attempted to commit suicide in the Hospi tal on Friday evening last From his great weakness, induced by acute agony, the wonnds inflicted, ac cording to medical testimony, bad had the effect only of accelerating hut death. Ton will perc...