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EPITOME. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 10 November 1863
epctomtr. A hecakcholy and fatal accident occurred on Friday, October 30, fay which five human creatures lost their lives. As a boat belong ing to tlie ship Sunda was sailing down the river, with the purpose of returning to the ship, and having -on board Dr. Robinson, bis wife. Maria Brown, tHe stewardess of tbe ' Sonda, Mr. Pritebard, the chief officer of the Saldanha, Mr. JSnunmidge. the officer in charge bf the boat, an able Beaman belong ing to tin Saldanha, and a quantity of stores for the Sunda; on rjonnding a bend of the river on the Brisbane side of Breakfast - . Creek, ttoiioat jibbed befcre the sheet could fciiiliMljWpliiii ''I ? ' '''I' of 1-eer among Uie stares, getting adrift, soiled to the lee sidevmo4lcapsiEedtfae boat. Dr. Bobinson, j the only survivor of tbe six persona on I t-oa^|^,Q)a disenjangling JbiniBelf from tbe -H I boat, Bwamiforlmahorajpoaer the instinct I i»f*eJ£p(WM*aUj** .fa'*™* «o«5««itt »» ? '? ?? ' ;' '?'''???' * ' ' ' '?-'??» --vvn^t^mi saving his l...
MONDAY, NOVEMBER 9. Before J. Leith Hay, Esq., J.P. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 10 November 1863
Monday, Novehbee 9. Before J. Leith Hay, Esq. J.P. James Smith, who was remanded from Saturday, was brought up this morning, charged with larceny. As the charge was not pressed by complainant, the defendant who it a young lad of about 16 years of age, being severely cautioned by the Bench was discharged.
NOTES AND NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 10 November 1863
NOTES .AJSTD XsTEWS.. The Anniversary of yesterday ?was the warmest day of the season. The sun shone in pitiless majesty, and the pleasure-seekers distilled copious perspiration in obedience to his mandate. The absence of the sea breeze for the last few days has most sensi bly heightened the temperature, and to read of hailstones two or three inches long and of proportionate diameter tailing in Ipswich and vicinity, is almost as refreshing as a 'sherry cobbler' or an iced lemonade. But notwithstanding the heat, our commu nity managed to enjoy themselves. The steamer Settler made an excursion to the Bay, and great was Ilia festivity prevailing from die country made their appearance in town in holiday attire. Little urchins were here on their first trip, gazing at the won ders of the City they had never seen before. and all nature, from the scocehing sunbeam to the little mote which danced therein, seemed filled with British loyalty, and elo quent in proclaiming the Natal Day of the h...
JAPAN. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 10 November 1863
'' 1. '-JAPA1T. . -\AumtraT Eapfer-and-fhe Sect in ve de stroyed die otynf Kagoaini, in Japan, and hare taken the castle «f Prince Satskma, and captured two steamers. . - -Onr loss was five officers anu eighty men. including ^Captain Witmot, wbcTTwith the cpmmudcxrfliis eliij^ vas kUlsd. by the 'iB*-**:'' ;?''''? ?' ??;'?'-'?
MEETING OF IMMIGRANTS PER "STAR OF ENGLAND." [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 10 November 1863
MEETING OF IMMIGRANTS PEB «j 'STAB OF ENGLAND.' M Pobscakt to a call of Captain Robert Jewell, ' '^ a large number ot the passengers of the 'Stir of England' assembled in tbe capaci ous chamber on tbe second floor nf Kelly's Boyal Hotel, in order to give utterance to their sentiments in relation to the conduct of Dr. Botrden, Surgeon Superintendent of the ship. At twelve o'clock the meeting was called to order by Captain Robert Newell; and Captain Goods!!, late «,f the Regular Army, was unanimously voted to the chair. He stated, in the premises, that the present meeting had been convened for the purpose of considering the late action of the Immi gration Board, in their condemnation of Dr. lioirden, on a voyage in said ship from London to this port. A very large number of passengers were of opinion, that tha action thus taken reflected great injury and injustice nn Dr. Buwden. He could only say, for his own part, that Dr. Bowden bad attended his wife in two serious illnesses, and she...
MONDAY, NOVEMBER 9, 1863. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 10 November 1863
MOSDAY, NOVEMBEB 9, 1863. Before T. S. Warry, Esq., Justice of the Peace. DBHNKEHKEES. of H.B.D. the Prince SrWalesl — John Coleman, Alexander Martin, and Thomas Hardy. We would suggest that their loyal gratitude be exemplified by uni ting in general chorus, and singing with voice, heart, and strength, the new. appro priate and popular national air of ' God bless the Prince of Wales.' But not with the ' nsnal honors,' lest duhonor may again ensne, and they -appear before tbe majesty of justice to-morrow, which is not the Prince's birth-day. Michael Slavin. charged with being dis orderly only, was discharged also in consi deration of the anniversary of the occasion. DAXGEBOB8 tCNATIC. '„ James Barnett, an attenuated specimen of humanity, with a vacant expression of countenance, was charged with being a dangerous lunatic. The constable, who arrested him, stated that aboulS or 9 o'clock las* njghi, he beard a most terrible roar proceedingfrcovajioase in ffirVrlitnflf tytfl^*7j -is\ -wo...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 10 November 1863
gaits 1% gttrtioTt. I ABSTRACT OF SALES BY AUCTION ' To be held by MARTIN and DICKSOSat the City Auction Mart daring the carreut 'week. Commencing .each Day at 11 o'clock. MONDAY— Valuable property in BaHow-stmet, Fortitude Valley Property near Dr. Fullerton's, Ann street .' ^ Portion 139, Snath Brisbane, fronting the Ipswich Roid. Allotment of land in Lytton, Kb. 1, of Portion 10 City Property— Allotments 4, 5, and 14. of see. 36, fronting Alice and Mar garet-streets Valuable farm of 21 acres «ttheNudgee Waterhiiles. 'Without reserve, at 18 o'clock, 30,000 best Sandstocfc bricks. USSDAY— Sngjuh made saddles Vallfele invoice of ironmongery w ? 1 caw eaperiomnleetro-plated ware. . ^ WEDNESDAY— ^F~^* * As per advertisement THURSDAY— 7 bales, eaob. ' 100 cross, lemonade corks Souks assorted cut glass decanters , .-. ? -MraSftes=MS3SEiBiMawn3s^^ Sale of valuable household fnnutore at ? BostelU. Hoan. PATOEDAY— Flour * Yurnitnra Maize. Sundries. THIS DAY. 1 Case of superior Electro-plate...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 10 November 1863
?__;_..*..? ? , . ami ? : ? gftiflpjl gatorfetnttitts. STEAM- TO SYDNEY. «Ei»ra rflHE A.S.N. Company's 3I?4K*v ± Ste»mer TELEGRAPH. jtJHgg&mfr* will be despatched oil WED '? ViWlt'Sn NESDAY, at 7 a.m. GEO. D. WEBB, Agent. MATT. STEAMER. Qmmvn.ivn Steak Navigation Co. «a*W2l rilHE MAIL STEAMER ?(WlK^ A QUEENSLAND, 500 MmSijjjS* tons, Capt Cdbphet, trill SH9BSB leave for MARYBOROUGH, GLADSTONE, and ROCKHAHFTON, on TUESDAY, November 10. ? JOHN STEPHENS. Secretary. 6TEAM TO BOCKHAMPTON DIRECT. t^,teM rfiHE A. S. N. Company's VfifFR. -L Steamer URABA. will be 'fgjMHS despatched THIS MOBNING, - C365v *t 6 o'clock. - 7 ? '' MHHtfJi^WW WOOL, per Bale, from Ipswich or - Brisbane ? ? .. .,* /15b. TALLOW, from Brisbane, per ton gross ? 15s. Ditto, from Ipswich, ditto .. .. 17s. 6d. HIDEh from Ipswich or Brisbane, each ? Is. Ditto, from Ipswicb or Brisbane, if accompanied with the Tal low, each ? 9d. GEO. D.WEBB. A cent. jtolitts- ~ OTICE of PARTNERSHIP. — James MpHsnn. John Black, and ...
CENTRAL POLICE COURT. SATURDAY, OCTOBER 7, 1863. Before the Police Magistrate. DRUNKENNESS. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 10 November 1863
CENTRAL POLICE COURT. SATURDAY, OCTOBER 7, 1863. Before the Police Magistrate. DRUNKENNESS. John Mathie, aged about fifty, was charged as above. His behaviour in the box was quaint, and self-possessed. He ap- peared rather sleepy, and evidently stood in great need of his "bitters." In answer to the charge, he said "he wasn't exactly &nbsp; drunk ; " he was very much perplexed about some private affairs, and he was sitting down, with his face buried in his hands, brooding over his troubles, when all of a sudden he fell into a profound slumber. An inexperienced policeman— laboring under the mistaken idea that he was under the in- fluence of some powerful narcotic— had locked him up on the charge of intoxica- tion He was'nt exactly drunk. The Court, including the Bench, appeared not a little amused at the prisoner's ingenious de- fence In consideration of this being his first offence, he was discharged. John stalked out of Court in a solemn and dra- matic style.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 12 November 1863
Sides bg garfiim. *.-? ABSTRACT OF SALES BY AUCTION' To be held by J« fAiraWTraft-mCKgOireffThV City jj35yL. „ Auction M»rt (during ,. the. current J^^munema^g.eiih Day at 11 o'clock. -. ^^^syjidi ,'iOO «rass, lemonade * .v'''8jcasksasaori6dcntglaEs deontgm * ^lJ?A^?^d^: ~ v ^...^torOfTalMble hoasoholdfflToitare*t Furnttaire E';'-' ?-?! '-. THIS DAT. *:£-.? f. i. i. ? ' ?*'' VJtuAtelnroice of Boots mflBhoes. ? ,0- ??- -? . -- - - -' ' ' ?WARTJN and DICKSON will Bell by ''IDl.' auction, at the City Auction Hart, 1TBHS DAT. November 12. at 11 o'clock, ''Highly valuable invoice of Boots and' Shoes, imported expressly for this market. V'.f Gent's eUstic side ^ ' , * ?*?'-'. ; 'j: plneber ?* . - watertight ?-' - Xadies' elastic side kid -.: . . -^ . gafchjnejg fto. &c &e. AU lh*ttcOGlleut joiner and condition* a i-1 ' - ? ? ? » ''? r' ? »'J' ' ???-': '- Terms at sale.1* ?--i\*J-^- mate dat. ?^ -?-?? 7&lM.eachl00gtoM,I«mbii»ae«ia -; y-'a-Caaaf _' AwHprijpifl Cut-gl...
ROCKHAMPTON. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 12 November 1863
EOCKHAMPTOJT. Br the Samson, from Port Denison, cja Bockhampton, we have news from the latter Port, to the 5th instant ; A correspondent of tbe tforthern Aram gives the following particulars of another murder by the blacks at the Nogoa, «n.v;n£ the sixth since the conntry was occupied. The facts are these: — A shepherd in the employ of B. Triffit, Esquire, of the Betreat -Creek, and whose run is bounded br that of Messrs. Moyd and Jeffray, and Erwa cher, on the Nogoa Biver, was tending ? flock of washed sheep (for Mr. Triffit was shearing at the time) and his return hems) at an earlier hour than usual, was looked for on Monday last 12th October, in order to pen up sheep far the morrow's shearing*. His non-appearance at the time appointed created no suspicion: but, the sheep re turning in the evening without their shep. herd, a man was despatched to look for him, bnt without success owing to the lateness of the evening. Tbe next morning a search was made by all bands, and the body of...
MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. MONDAY, NOVEMBER 9, 1863. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 12 November 1863
MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. Monday. November 9,(1863. The Council met to-day at about twenty minutes past three. Present: Aldermen Given, dune. Chubb, O'Malley, Sheuton, and fiendren. In the absence of the Mayor, tbe chair was takenby Alderman Hbndbes — proposed by Alderman O'Malley, seconded by Alder man Shenton. The minutes of the previous meeting were read aud confirmed. A letter was read from Mr. Tbos. Jones, applying for 50 feet of frontage in the neighbourhood of the stores of Messrs. tVemholt and Walker. It was referred to the Town Surveyor for a report. It was agreed that the Town Clerk should inform him he should pay a half-year's rent On application, a license was granted to Mr. William Albert for a quarry in the western subnrbs 75 feet square, to be called Westgrove. It was resolved that Mr. Albert should pay in advance, as if holding a license from Government. A letter was read from the Secretary of the Ipswich Mutual Benefit, Investment, and building Society. Ufa. 3, applying fo...
METEOROLOGICAL OBSERVATIONS. Taken at 9 a.m. (Per Electric Telegraph.) [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 12 November 1863
METEOBOLOGICAI. OBSEBVATIONS. Taken at 9 a.m. (Per Electric Telegraph.) November 9. — Sydney, barometer, corrected, 29S33; thermometer, shade, 64; force of wind, 2; cloud, 1. November 10 — Sydney, barometer, cor rected, 29 662 ; thermometer, shade, 69-9; force of wind. 2 ; cloud 10. November 11. — Sydney, barometer, cor rected, 28*918 ; thermometer, shade, 601 ; direction of wind,S.S.W.; force of wind, 2; elonu, 4.
POLICE COURT. Before Leith Hay, Esq., C. Gerry, Esq., and J. Murphy, Esq., [?] [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 12 November 1863
POLICE OOUBT. Before Jbntfa. Hay, 1^ O.«onx. Bsn., - Hew xSvery^^arged with having no Uwfol mean* of support, was sent to the Brands Haeaoinn, charged with felony, committed to take his trial. D. Mahony v. Butler.— This was a case of assault. In consequence of the witness for plaintiff swearing that he himself was the 4itMiliing party, the mm iras dismissed.
WIND AND WEATHER. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 12 November 1863
THUD AND WEATHEB. November 9. — Brisbane, S. and fine ; Lytton, S.E. and fine; Ipswich, calm and .fine; L-ridiey, calm and fine ; Toowoomba, calm and fine; Draytoa. W- and fine ; Warwick, calm and dull ; Sydney, N.E. and fine. November 10 — Brisbane. B. and fine; Lytton, E. and dull ; Ipswich, W. and cloudy; Laidley, calm and raining; Too woomba, W. and raining; Drayton, W. and raining; Warwick. S.E. and fine; Sydney, S.S.W., cloudy and dull. November 11.— Brisbane S.W., fine; Lytton, S., fine ; Ipswich, W., fine ; Laidley. S.E-,fine; Toowoomba, calm, fine; Dray tOD, E, fine; Warwick, E.5.E., fine. ?
CORRESPONDENCE. STOREKEEPERS BEWARE. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 12 November 1863
OOEBESPONDENCE. 6TOBEKEEPEBS BEWABE. Sib,— A practise at present prevails in Ips wich amongst Commercial Travellers very much to be condemned, and for its treachery deserves to be brought to light so as to put tradesmen upon their guard, who. like myself, may be the dupes of these parties. It appears, the dodge is first to go round to the various storekeepers and after obtain ing an order for goods, go afterwards to the very customers of these storekeepers and offer the same poods at the same price, thus inflicting an injury on the very men whose patronage and support they solicit. I am well aware the practice very much prevails in the interior, but I certainly think it is too much to ite it carried out at our very door. There is but one way of meeting tlila. anA that to by the commercial men of thetownnnitiagfor their own protection and adopting a set of roles for their guid ance for this pnrpose. I would propose a commercial association should be instituted, and that regular meeti...