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ARRIVAL OF THE ENGLISH MAIL NEWS TO 3RD OF OCTOBER. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 14 November 1863

ARRIVAL OF THE ENGLISH MAIL, HEWS TO 3ED OF OCTOBEE. The Bangatira, auxiliary mail steamer, arrived at Glenelg at four o'clock yes terday morning. The Kortham, R.M.S. reached King George's Sound on the 8th instant. The delay in the arrival of the mail was caused by an accident to the Poonah's machinery, and the overflow of the river Nile. Passengers per Northam : — Captain Milford and family, Lieutenant Howe, Messrs. Anderson, Glover, M'Quade, Blauchaid, Garner, Schemeig, Hughes, Thomas, and Purcell. The Australian July mails reached England on the 16th September.

Publication Title: North Australian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
AMERICA. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 14 November 1863

AMERICA. The Canadian Parliament has voted supplies for 10,000 militiamen. The rumours of the Federal States attacking Canada, are begining to ba seriously considered. The French attempt to annex Texas to Mexico is likely to lead to a war supplied Juarez with arms and ammu nition. Matemoras was occupied by French troops. A Federal expedition, composed of 30,000 men, left New Orleans for Texas, to anticipate any movement on the part of the French. The bombardment of Charleston was suspended on the 23rd September. The armies of Generals Lee and Meade confront each other at the Ranidan. The Federals attempted to cross the Rapidan river, but were repulsed by the Confederates. The Federal General Rosencrants bad been defeated in an engagement, with a loss of 12,000 men, Tbe Federal army had captured 2000 Confederates at Cumberland Gap. - The ~ Confederates bad . abandoned . Morris Island. . The Federals sheHing the forts on the North ride of the harbour. . . ICfco combined movements of G...

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CONTINENTAL. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 14 November 1863

CONTINENTAL. A rapture between Germany and Denmark is imminent. The German Diet has demanded that Denmark sur render the Duchies. This demand BdnnuuL rrfna— r to fiamplj w*t]», *nd is prepared to resist. Germany intends sending an army, of 60,000 into tbe Duchies as a corps of occupation. The elections in Prussia for the House of Representatives is exciting great attention. The war feeling against Russia is greatly increased. The Emperor of Russia declares through Prince Gortchakoff that ho does not intend to recognise the treaty of 1815. France is endeavoring to obtain the secession of Texas to the Mexican empire. A collision between French and Federal gunboats bad taken place at Rio Grande. Baron Gros suggests an open declara tion of war, as being preferable to secret and useless discussion. In France war with Russia is con sidered imminent, and on tbe slightest excuse the French Ambassador will with draw. The King of Prussia has received formal notice of the reforms proposed by A...

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MELBOURNE. November 12. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 14 November 1863

MELBOURNE. NnvemVer 12. Hie Escort has brought down, daring the current week, 4500 ounces of gold. Tbe Intercolonial Shmp Show ha« .exhi bited the finest specimens ever displayed Xji ? n Li iM iniiwri'i--'; ? =' improvement* An appeal to England will be made by the Riverine Coondl. Tbe Intercolonial Bowing Haten will most probably prove a failure.

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TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. SYDNEY. November 11. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 14 November 1863

TBLBGHAPHIC NEWS. - (nox oob owjr coaaESPoKDESis.) SYDNEY. November 11. It is probable that Mr. Martin will be do ftated at tbe Tomut election. November 13. Government intends pacing the unpaid workmen of Handle out of tbe drawback on contract retained by Government. Tbe adriees by mail are considered very satisfactory. The Botany Bailway Company has dis solved.

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PROVINCES NEWS. DALBY. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 14 November 1863

P33VIJ3£!» SWS. fDALBT. /From a Correspondent. 2-. D. Gaxette.} Nothing else is talked of inst now in this town -box Mu-talra.Tbb-, Vnb. la»t was an election day for councillor* ana anditors. Hnch excitement was felt throughout the town during the day, and upon the faint chance of telling yon some thing concerning the result of. the polling. I was half inclined to put my pen into the clairvoyant atyfa on Friday evening ; how ever. I contented myself by waitine; until 12 o'clock on Saturday, when the Betaruipg Officer (D. Sinclair. Esq., PM.) saved me further trouble by declaring that the choice of the electors bad resulted in the return of COUKCXXXOBS 2 Frederick William Bocbe .... 35 Alfred Peter Gayior ? 31 BobertBoes ? 31 Richard Sexton, junior ? 80 Bicbsrd Ramsay ? 24 John Milstead ? 24 AODITOES. ' O. D. EstsnghSos ? 36 J. Williams.... ? 32 Cheering and imnahinjg followed tfr»* an* nonncement. Mr. P. W. Roche, J.P, then addsessea the electors **«-ll-»a:— Hr. Betaroiog Officer an...

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ADELAIDE. November 13. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 14 November 1863

ADELAIDE. ?' . ? ,r HoremneriS. Tie Ade1«ide Parliament was prorogued yesterday while dUconlug a want of confi dence, which waiibroujht forward bj Mr

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FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 13. Before Leith Hay and C. Gorry. Esquires. J.P.'s. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 14 November 1863

Fant&x. Novexbmb, 13. Before Leith Hay aud C. Uorry. Esquires, J.P.'*. Louisa Coleman v. JaneM*Cory, for insult ing and abusive language. Case db minsed. Power r. J.Johnston. — For the recovery of a balance of wages, £2 15a, Verdict for plaintiff with 10s. costs.

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NEW ZEALAND. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 14 November 1863

NEW ZEALAND. The newgnnboat at Auckland, went np the Waikato Biver, and the Maories. who bad artillery, suds an ineffbctoal effort to slop her. Gonera! Cameron is about to attack Mere 'Mere. Mr. Fox has formed a New Ministry, the Dome* Ministry baring resigned. Two lieutenants and six private! nave been Ullfld in the late engagement The Cbwde Hamilton armed in Sydney vesteroav. Tno Volunteer* at Here Mm number 2200 strong. They ore occupied In defeooUnKtlie water Ibu of tibe«onntrf. ItwtlnM«UtbM-lrat-Btiv«wUa1-anaan their Dosttioa at lien Men. The Pioneer gnnborta^M them on the aotb. fostant, ?a* the em^rajOWlfcrnilr. TJt»«i»iw«a wucboekwn^^vlibiiosJaiDaxe. .

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GAYNDAH. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 14 November 1863

GAYNDAH. (From the BurntU Aram.) The new Primary school at Gayndah was opened on the 9th iustant. The tenders fur the erection of a Catholic Chapel in this town have been accepted. The site is nearly opposite tbe Primary School. We hope to see the building pro ceeded with at once, and erected with as little delay a=i possible. Last week the weather was nnnsually sultry, the atmosphere being surcharged with electricity. Yesterday, towards even ing, a storm with great fury burst upon the town, and, what with the combioatien of tbe wind, rain, and the vivid flashes of lightning every intervening second, created a tempest that did not abate till an early hour this mornioj£t Ko arrangement had been made with the gold discoverers about the reward which tbey expected to obtain. Public opiuion seems divided on tbe subject.

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CONDAMINE. 31st October, 1863. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 14 November 1863

CONDAMINE. {From a Correspondent of the DM. Gazette.) Slst October, 1863. My Dear Mr. Editor. — Since the biazen tongues of the brass baud have left us, some few weeks since, .there have been no steps taken to dispel the dulness of our most mn tonous township; goodness knows, where e ver they may be, there wore steps enough taken during their sojourn here ; that is, if hops and steps were 'lumped,' and you called them 'lumpas,' by the latter name; but now all wo can hear of is the difficulty the carriers on the road find in supplying to us the ever-needful supplies. _ All travellers concur, interested and dis Tnterested, in representing the roads to be in a most ' otvdasuns' state, and this represen tation,' if tha exoibitautly high charges for carriage that are exacted may be considered a criterion, is only too true. I oaly know th«t if the unlimited (I am thinking of Loo) prices, noir of necessity, apparently, de manded for every description t-f st-m goods, do not find $n:uc limit...

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TALGAI DIGGINGS. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 14 November 1863

TALGAI DIGGINGS. [From a Correspondent.] Intelligence having reached rhe diggings of the arrival of the Governor at Warwick, and of his intention to visit tbe Taljrai Beef, a party of miners started on Wednesday, 4th November, to welcome and escort his Excellency to Talgai. The party met the Governor abont four Jcilra frozn the head station, and having given him a truly hearty reception, accompanied him to Talgai, where his Kxcelleucy and suite partook of an excel lent deiamer provided bv Mr. Hanmer, some superior colonial vines, the produce of the Talgai vinerards, forming s portion of the viands provided for the occasion. His Ex cellency afterwards started for the reef, ac companied by Messrs. Clark, Hanmer, Hal lorau, P.M.. and a party of the miners. The assemblage at the diggings, which had been augmented during the morning Ly (lie arrival of several parlies from Tale«i, Ellengowan, Leybnm, Jod other places, including a few of the fair sex, received bis Excellency with loud and ...

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DRAYTON. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 14 November 1863

DRAYTOS. We have been requested to publish the subjoined correspondence between the Dray ton Town Council and the Executive, with reference to the fine lately inflicted on Mr. Handcock :— Drayton. October 8th. 1863. To His Excellency Sir George Ferguson Bowen, Knight Grand Cross of the most distinguished order of St. Michael and St. George. Captain General and Governor-in-CI-ief of the colony of Queensland and its dependencies, and Tice-Admiral of the same, &c., &c, &c. May it please your Excellency — The homble memorial of tbe members of the Municipal Council of Urayton. most humbly prays that your Excellency will be graciously pleased to remit that portion of the fine inflicted on the Mayor by the Bench of Magistrates for sitting as Chairman at a Council meeting on tbe 3th May last, without having taken the declaration re quired by the Act. Tbe informant in this case was one of the members of tbe Council at the time, and. for some petty spite of bis against...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 14 November 1863

cSWEWHS ^UutluSCDwIuS* STEAM TO SYDNEY. afiaaWSl. fHHE A.6. N. Company1* wJSSfiriBk J- Steamer CLARENCE. JMHS^a^will he ^despatched THIS CSESSSb DAY.at 11 a.m. GEO. D. WEBB, Agent. ~ HAIL STEAMER. Quesseluid Steam Natzgaxxob Co. ?fia«W3L rr»HE hail steamer ?H?ll|?*V A QUEENSLAND. 600 JMfijEasV* tons. Capt Cubpbet. will *tmfffPflP lore Tot MARYBOROUGH, GLADSTONE, and BOC&HAMPTON, on TUESDAY. November 24. - JOHN' STEPHENS. Secretary. BTEAMTt) BO0KHAMPTON DIBECT. kA^'flSE A. E. N. Company's jffifGK JL Steamer UBAEA. will be -H§Hfr despatched on. THUB8DAY, CSEShB NoTeinlier 19. T. ' r'«S». D.WEBB. ' ? Agent. fc^jg 'DEDUCED FREIGHTS to1 JtXKijIr, X* Sydney by the A.S. N. ^HL Co,** Steamer*. WOOU per Bale. Cnxn Ipswich or ,x «row!.vs-.-.^TTT .. .. 15.. Ditto, from Ipswich, ditto .. .. 17*. 6d. HIDE* from Ipswich or Brisbane, each ? Is. Ditto, from Ipswich or Brisbane, if accompanied with the Tal low, each ? 93. GEO. D. WEBB. . ? Agent. golicts P* DBLIC NOTICE.— Mr. WOODS begs to i...

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IMMIGRANT SHIP ROCKHAMPTON. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 17 November 1863

IMMIGRANT SHIP BOCKHAMPTOJf. His Worship the Mayor, as Chairman of the public meeting held in Brisbane, to ask for investigation into Emigration abuses, has re ceived the subjoined communication from the Colonial Secretary in relation lo tbe en quiry into the conduct of the officers of tbe above vessel: — 'Colonial Secretary's Office. 'Brisbane. 14th November. 1863. '*5rB,— In pursuance of a promise made t-y me to the deputation appointed by a late public meeting to bring nnder the notice of the Government some nnsatisfectory cir cumstances in connection with certain immi grant ships lately arrived, I have now the fconor toacqaaint yon. u chairman of that meeting, and for the information or those who attended it. with the result of the en quiry held by direction of the government into tbe case of the ship Rockhampton. * 2. It is to be regretted that a formal en quiry of a similar kind was not held by the local Immigration Board at Bockbampton, upon the arrival of the vessel, as more...

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NEW IMMIGRATION REGULATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 17 November 1863

NEW IMMIGRATION BEGTJLATIOHS. Is a Supplement to the Government Gaette, published yesterday, the new regu lations' under wtrish Eo%»tio. to tUi feotonj- is to fjs ooodocted. mm pubHafaedui detail. The first »Tiaion of the old system wUch especially «trilc»s m» notice fa, tfaatno unmarried female emigrant will In entitled to sk land order unless acyiPt^fiT^il by her parents. Tins, certainly, will bare the eflect of pnrifving tbo female dement which under the old reotste was anything bat calculated. is tbemain, to reflect honor vn tin colony by improving its morality . The conditions incumbent upon the new shipping contractor*, and which, unless com plied with, will stop the issue of land orders, and the customary gratuities, may be anmmed op to 'this effect: — During the voyage and while in port the emigrants shall lie supplied with provisions, medical comforts, and water, in .quantity and onautyrejniredty Her Majesty's Bod jBratMB Board. ' ABer oroppi&g' Ja&cnor as t...

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MONDAY, NOVEMBER 16. Before T. S. Warry. Esq. DRUNKENNESS. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 17 November 1863

MOKDAT. NorPMBEE 16. Before T. S. Warry. Esq. SRCKKEtteES*. Eliza Small was discharged after being charged with the above charge. It was her first offence. IAECENT. Alice Sfaeehan was charged with the theft oftwo salt cellars, two table spoons, eight plates, and some sheets, tlie property of John Thomas the nrnnrietor of thuNnrth Brisbane Hotel. Sergeant Lang arrested the prisoner at 9 o'ebtek on Satnrday night last. He fonnd the stolen property in a house at the hack of Queen-street: the prisoner claimed them as her own property : she said she had pro cared them from a woman in Queen-street, who had told her she bought them at a sale. The bench said that the prisoner had previously been convicted on a charge of theft, substantiated on the 29th day of August lust, and thata repitition of a charge of this character gave proof that the ordi nary punishment prescribed by law was in adequate in her character as a means of re demption. She had rendered herself liable to a fine of £10. or...

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CENTRAL POLICE COURT. SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 16, 1863. Before the Police Magistrate and T. S. Warry, Esq., J.P. DRUNKENNESS. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 17 November 1863

CENTRAL POLICE COUBT. Saturday. November 16, 1863. Before the Police Magistrate and T. S. Wanry, Esq.. J.P. DBOSKESXESS. Rebecca. Wilson, who has already earned an unenviable notoriety in Ipswich, was fined fis. fur drunkenness. D1SGKEODS LUNATIC. William John London, a middle aged man, with a black eye and au idiotic expression of face, was arraigned on the above charge. Constable White arrested the prisoner in the Supreme Court room during the progress of the present assizes on Friday last. His at tention was called to him by a bailiff; the prisoner was speaking and gesticulating with great violence; his language was most incoherent.' He spoke of suuie gentleman having resigned his commission, and of the breaking of chains on Londonderry Bridge; it required two constables to lodge him in the station house. Sergeant Samuel Wright bad known the prisoner) iu Sandgate for ' some time past; he was much addicted to intemperance, and nnder that influence was regarded by all as a dangerou...

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SUPREME COURT. BEFORE Justice Lutwyche. MONDAY, NOVEMBER 16, 1863. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 17 November 1863

SOPHESIE COTJBT. Bbfobb Justice Lutwycho. Movdat. NnvEUBes 16. 1663. A seaman on board the Bockhampton, Edward Feel, charged with cutting and wounding George Fornell, a shipmate, was sentenced to six months hard labor. John Kennedy, who was charged with stealing from the person, was discharged f,-r want of evidence to convict. Archibald Purvis, indicted forforginc and uttering a cheque for the sum of £110 fid., was sentencod to four months' imprison ment.

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TELEGRAPHIC SUMMARY. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 17 November 1863

TELEGRAPHIC SUMMARY. Is a new colony like Queensland, which is _*'*r,»t» ?'?? rapidly by imtasratir&r .the asMamriJvTrcord of iwajaAuiejJlitjg - - *m a Qp relations wilt *he sister colonies have been somewhat interfered with lately, owing to the prevalence of severe thunderstorms which have interrupted telegraphic communi cation. * The Burnett district is in a state of great ? excitement Utterly, owing to various rumours in circulation of the discovery of gold in certain localities. The mania for tfae discovery of gold is now very rife, and even the city _ and its suburbs does not escape prospecting. Oar Volunteer movement has become quite a successful institution of late,— an honorable competition having been stimu lated by the prizes lately swarded, and by other prizes which are to be contended for on Boxing-day next. Mr. Douglas. M.L.A., bag jnst completed his aeries of readings from Stanley's Lee tnres. Ther consisted of four, and were de livered in aid or the Snnday Sch...

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