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EPITOME. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 14 November 1863
EPITOME. Tbe shops were generally dosed on Mon. day, tbe 9th instant, in celebratira of Uje official holiday of the Prince of Wales' birth day. A greater furor might bare existed elsewhere in honor of the occasion, bat * more geoniae spirit of loyalty did not prevail ib any part of Her IWtauic M.j^iris Jot-. jjjjiniin. thm jihgrWHlch -tetj5aiflBBprinB- Tantt. Old and long cherished asj$ciation!- with the mother conntry are always revived on these national holidays, and n thousand tender remembrances awakened which serve to cherish both loyalty and affection. At 8 o'clock in the morning, tbe cannon in front -of the Barracks fired a royal salute ot 21 Rims. The usual hour Ihrooghoat her Majesty's dominions is 12 a.m., bnt (he institution of an earlier hour is certainly advisable in latitndes where the hour of noon is announced by a vertical sun. Tiie Anni versary was tbe wannest day of the season. The sun shone in pitiless majesty, and the pleasure-seekers distilled copious perspir at...
THE RETIRED ALDERMEN'S EXPLANATION. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 14 November 1863
THE EETIBED ALDERMEN'S EX PLANATION. Tbe 'Municipal Chambers' last night was the scene of a bariesijue bo exceedingly rich and entertaining, tint we advise Birch to look to his laurels in earnest or otherwise, tbe cnmnctliiTe element will put liim to utter confusion. We missed the chance of listening to the statement of Sir. Petric and we can only trnst that he made it evident to every one that he had veil rcpreseutad the righteous indignation of tbe ratepayers of Brisbane by throwing up his seat in disgust. When we entered the Chambers, v: found Mr. Brookes in the chair, and llr. Warry in the act of *? laying down the law.' The place was rather small to accommodate the assembly who had been gathered together in indiscriminate profoniou. to hear the pero ration of the retiring aldermen. Mr. Wakey, as he entered, stated that he said to the Council, if we were doing to have a Tore Hall, tbe best thing conld be done was to invite competition in order to get it done reasonably. Next thi...
WATER POLICE COURT. THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 12, 1863. BEFORE the Water Police Magistrate. T.S. Warry, Esq., Justice of the Pe[?] DISOBEDIENCE OF ORDERS. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 14 November 1863
WATER POLICE COUHT. Tddesday, Novehbeb 12,1863. Depose the Water Police ***Si?t*Z?-tJ0l T. s. WmtravBsqi. Jnttice oftheVeapPU DISOBEDttKCE OF OHDEB8. Willism M-Kenrie. George Hall. Philip Molzaid. William Cnoke, Henry Taylor, and James Bowen — all able seamen on board the ship Sunda — were charged by Captain Bragg with disobedience of orders. Inspector M'Donald testified that he was an eyewitness to the disobedience of tbe prisoners. When called upon to. work they refused to do so. until thev had had leave of absence. Joseph Giles, third mate of the Snnda, identified the prisoners, and said that they knocked off work for the avowed reason that they had been promised liberty ashore, and it had not been granted them. They refused to work until they had leave of absence. Captain Bragg said that he had sent for ?seaman to Sydney, and bad* promised these men leave of absence when the new portion of the crew should have ar rived ; lie could not spare them till that time, for the reason th...
SYDNEY MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 14 November 1863
SYDNEY MARKETS. Br the Clarence we have papers to the 9th instant. The following is tbe s'ate of the markets at that date, taken from the S. M. Herald:— Business daring the week has been a little more active than for some time past, and large parcels of goods have changed bands, but no improvement in prices can be re corded. The demand for fl.iqr is good, bnt prices have given way. £14 to £14 10s. per ton are the highest prices for the best Ade laide flour. There has been a decline of 3d. per bushel on wheat. All liquids are dull of sale, prices unaltered. There have been a few large transactions in damaged tea. but the prices realized cannot be taken as a fair test of the market. In sugar there have been some Urge transactions, privately and by auction; prices generally have ruled easier. Bice is steady, and some lots have sold at £19 to £20 per ton. There is no im provement worthy of notice is other articles of consumption. Messrs. Durham and Irwin held their usual weekly produce ...
FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 13, 1863. Before L. A. Bernays, Esq., justice of the Peace. DRUNK. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 14 November 1863
FsrDAT. NOTEKBEB 13. 1S6S. Before L. A. Bernays. Esq., Justice of the Peace. D40KK. Samuel Brown was fined 6s. for being drnnk. UALtCIOOS OESTEUCTIOK OF rBOPEBTY. Jacob Mellar and William Hunch were brought np as two of the rioters charged with maliciously destroy ing the property of Henry Meyers, landlord of the Freemasons' Arms. Tbo proxecator, Henry Meyers, deposed mat on uie evening ot the 9tu instant tbe prisoners, in company with three accom plices, entered his bar-room and called fur five glasses of English ale. Mrs. Meyers served them with it, and asked for piyment. They said they bad paid, and desired to be furnished with mure. I refused to let them have more until they had paid for what they had already. Whereupon the party com menced an indiscriminate attack upon his house— smashed his beer engine, valued at £30, took a form from the bar-room, and with it smashed in the panels of his bar room door, and broke all the glass in front of iiis house, consisting of thirty-nine ...
CENTRAL POLICE COURT. THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 12, 1863. (Before T. S. Warry, Esq., J.P.) DRUNKENNESS. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 14 November 1863
CENTRAL POLICE COURT. Tbebsday. November 12, 1863. (Before T. S. Worry, Esq., J.P.) DBDKKESNESS. William Wright, very deaf fqnery: — Does the abuse of intoxicating liquors affect the hearing? There are so many deaf drunkards I) was charged as above. Defence:— Very thirsty; only four teen days in the colony. Discharged and left the Court with a policeman shoutinp in his car the admonition of the Bench — ''Yon must not get drunk again.' Charles Smith, charged also with drunk enness, made in his defence this remark able statement — 'That he had been ten years in Queensland and was going to Woo garoo. But ho beg-jred hard ; it was Iiik first appearance at tbe Police Court, and so he was discharged. UNSEASONABLE SOCKS. Ellen Thursdnn was charged with wan dering about the streets at four o'clock that morning. Prisoner said she had been called out at that hour by a female friend. Her hnsband was on the diggings, and she was about to join him. Discharged but admonished to keep better hours ...
No title [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 14 November 1863
?raEB0BXHAUS1!EArjAB7'Ji»]na^«U!aad VoUfealorpn. nMnwlBaa^aMCInyferifab natnaUr ikk.ja-.MHau'la-« «sd ft ?to bdkns skat .aottms; ?*« cndaOoto so juiiMhiUi *o tla »jm^| «IUfciaMBt ?( Iba* amOur ?'?!? —em* HL mtHom «aS «iaspa ?r Us ramie, Bfciato fa »rrriniW« onlr.aABn»i oaOtian-EgsaB^otBlaUa. The 'SonaJUana. iux»«ffl,tbenl-«,ai mil for the ?4rasoeki«tW the colony, u team. O. jrindfle 1e IntSmbaUj joat, adneeta «[*& dBS, JCebgim, and XUBIeal Slg1iteligraUflolonM-,faBBBiacttn «Em»j MaiaMsta HonajtvaMaorOMtar. ' ' ' U bdiero the Onutitntion or.*lie colony, wben ftlilj i»1w|«1i il. rullj ilminjii iirinii alloind *~~u-«Q,%obe in Its Ulxulttjr tke most roiuble to oar coniution that eonll lie d«i»d. It will therefore, npUold the OoneUtation In iu integrity and oppoae all changee in it, except such me axe pco dueed by Iu o«n adaptation and gnmth. U win condemn cqully tbe effort* or tbe Indigent lerdler of BOdety who would bring all dom to a etandudto mit himself; and the pietentioni ...
SUPREME COURT. THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 12. BEFORE the Chief Justice and a jury of four. RYAN V. COLLINS. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 14 November 1863
SDPBEME COUUT. TflOBSDAY, NOVEHBEB 12. Betobs the Chief Justice and a jury of four. ETAS V. COLLINS. The plaintiff in this c»bo is a brother of Patrick Byon. and was lately associated with him in business as a bntcher in Forti tude Valley. Both brothers brought suit for false imprisonment, bat sued individually. The details of the case were .precisely the same as those detailed yesterday, and the verdict of the jury was for £5 4* Si damage*. this being the umanot of costs aliemdy, contracted by the .,,«?« in the Police4 Courts. Mr. Jones was retained for plaintiff. The Attorney-General and Mr. Lilley appearing lor defence. In relation to the costs entailed by for warding the case to the Supreme Court, his Honor will hold tbe matter under consi deration.
The North Australian. SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 14, 1863. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 14 November 1863
SATURDAT, NOVEMBER 14. 18G3. These can be no question that tbe right of voting is one of the most preci ous privileges with which any member of the community can be entrusted. In proportion to its value is his respon sibility. If any society or nttmher of men, assuming to themselves the func tions of a society — that is, of a body delegated to perform certain duties eu trasted to them by their fellow-citizens, in a formal and deliberate manner ? propose as a part of their task the pro tection of the voting privilege of the persons amongst whom they live — we have a right to know who are the origi nators — Who are the active spirits in the movement* and to what we pledge ourselves when ire promise to support it. We have seen bow promises, freely scat tered, and pledges as freely taken, bare been alike blown to the w~*.nds. We have found the professions of liberalism forgotten, or ignored, and the whole real purpose of the Society narrowed into tbe return of Mr. Herbert, as Colonial S...
NOTES AND NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 14 November 1863
STOTES .A^BTja XTXTWT3 Ub Poch received a letter yesterday from the Colonial Secretary, relieving the Survey Office from all blame and responsibility in the matter of the delay of the issue of the grants to the Corporation. It reads as fol lows :—' Brisbane, Kov. 12, 1863.— Sir.— I have ascertained that I was in error when I stated to the denotation yesterday that the delay in issuing the deeds of grant to the Corporation on account of the Bridge was attributable to the Snrvey Office. -The Sur rey Office had not at that time received the necessary instructions for the preparation of the deeds, which will have to contain special provisions in accordance with the Brubane Bridge Act. Little more than a week will elapse before the deeds are ready for deli very. If you will take an opportunity of making these facts public yon will do justice to the Snrvej Department. — I am. Sir, your'* faithfully, Bobekt 6. W. Hebbebt.— T. P. Pngh, Esq , M.L.A.' The Brishane and Victorian Crictet Clubs ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 14 November 1863
UOTICE. OraSntscribtnln Skxnroonilw, Brajfen, aaa W«r wfck an informed that our TrantUng Agent, Hi. 3. K. Cawmmisontbemj.aad ifllriwrUj nit on than far awMlwnmt of acconnU. This raUetnan fa follrutturisal to gin laiMttin Rqimt tint our jamb will deUrtiirauliulsai pooO*. ia«o. Xcntfc Avtalba Offloe, JSrt October. Mas. HOfiTH AV8TRAZU5--a-pi« of this fonrul «n be bad at ttw atmi of Mm. JOHH JOSh'STON, littlelpnrkfc, and also at Ha. O'lUiJLEFS Sham- rock Hold, nrilhllH) tutu, Ipawich.
Commercial Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 14 November 1863
Craracrrial |nUlligcnrt. Bctstsess during the past week has made little improvement on the previous one. The prices of tbe necessary articles of cod snmption have remained much tbe same, with the exception of butter, which Iwa gono down, tit— ? ' \-B'm *»»ie supply in «--r-«F-ffi*_r-ek' otherwise theS is nothing of importance or worthy of being Theodore Ukkack reports— Maize con tinues in irood demand. »nrt nuss-. Mirimsssrifinr per 1b, the supply being in excess of the demand. Bacon, 9d. per 1b. Hay well supplied, superior Jncerss bringing £H. Bacon, 9i per 1b; bran, £9 perton ; batter 10d.tols. perlb; cheese. 9d. perlb; flour best Adelaide. £16 10s. to £17 IO-. per too : flour, Tasmania, £15 10s. to £16 per ton ; hay. lucerne, £10 to £11 per ton ; hay, oaten, £12 to £13 per ton; maize, ft. 3d. to 6s. 6d. per bushel; potatoes, new, 10s. to 12s. 6d. perewt. pollard, £9 perton; soap, £32 per ton; mould candles, fid. per lb. FASH AND GAUDEU PBODUCE. B. & B. Bdumck quote the fo...
Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 14 November 1863
$%$m inbUistnce. JtBRTVALS. Nbveinber 11. — Express, schooner. 159 tons. Captain G. A. Hyde, from Laonceston the 12th October. Passenger— Mr. Hunter. H. S. Grenfdl, agent. , -'-1' ' -S --'- i ' ' November 12.— Clarence, stumer, £00 toes. Captain Andley Coots, from Sjrd'nev the 9th instant. Passengers — Mr. and lira. 3. Baekte.M*sfer~Buekle. Messrs. Hanson. A. &- Pollnra. Charles Wheeler, L. Bogers, F. Day, J. B. Cannin, T. Moore, and 10 in the steerage. November 12. — Larline, schooner. 125 tons. Captain SI'Laogblio, from Sydney the 27th October. Moore and Co., agents. BBPABTDBZ. Norember 12.— Caroline, schooner, 61 tons. Captain T. Harris, for Cato's Bank, in ballast. No passengers. CLEARANCE.. Norember 12. — Marion Benny, schooner. , SS tons. Captain W. H. Bousfield. fur Port Denison via Maryborough. No pas '* ' - sengers. - ^^ Norember 12. — Unknown, schooner. 41 tona. Captain E. W. Brittain, for Mary borough, in ballast No passengers. naoBTs. 6tar of Peace, 'from Bj&...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 14 November 1863
gates bg jgrofiro. | ABSTRACT OF SALES BY AUCTION 1 To be held by MABTINand DICKSOS at the City Auction. Mart daring Che current week* Commencing each Day at U o'clock. SATURDAY— Floor Furniture Maize Sundries. ? THIS DAT. 100 Bags Prime Maize* MARTIN & DICKSON will sell by auction, *t the City Auction Mart, THIS DAT. November It. at 11 o'clock, 100 bags prime maize, just landed in first-class order and condition. ? Teams at sale. ? THIS DAT. Fire Kegs prime Wallongoug Butter. MABTIN & DICKSON win mH by auc tion, at the City Auction Mart. THIS Day, Konember 14, at U o'clock. fi kegs grime Wolloogong butter, Just arrived per Telegraph, and to be sold without any resen*. Terms at sale. THIS DAT. 2 Tons Prime Tasmsnian Flour, in 100 lb. Bags. ?m yT ABTIN & DICKSON wHl sell by anc JWL tion, at the City Auction Mart, THIS DAT. November 14. at 11 o'clock, 2 tons prime Tasmanian flour, 800 lb. bags. All in first-class order and condition. Terms at sale. THIS DAT. Va...
ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 14 November 1863
EXGLAND. The Queen and most of the members of the Royal Family were at Windsor. 4 Mr. Edward Wilson bad addressed av m series or letters to the Times, denoune- t' ing the action of tbe British Govern- ' raeut in having chartered another con- ' vict ship for Western Australia as an \ outrage on the free colonists of Aus- ' tralia. '. The new Atlantic Telegraph Com pany have completed the submarine cable, which is to be laid before the close of t\ie year 1864. A rich discovery of gold has been made in North Wales. The erection of Canada into an inde pendent state, and the appointment of one of the English Royal princes to the throne, is at pi esent strongly advocated. , Mr. Mason, the Confederate Commis sioner, who has been recalled by his , government, alleges that his recall is owing to the persistent discourtesy shown towards him by Earl Russell. In well-informed circles, the recog nition of the Poles as belligerents is spoken of as probable. The Great Eastern has been seized under...