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FOURTH ARTICLE. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 17 November 1863

FODETH AETICLE. ' '~ ' _ The .interview of the Deputation, appointed by the Public Meeting on Emigration abuses, to confer with the Colonial Secretary, which took place-on Monday last, terminated, as we expected it would do, in no satisfactory result Mr. Herbert is endowed' with large conversational powers, and is possessed of die toot to engross his auditory by bits of information nobgt all pertinent to the main subject, but still so Inter esting as to engage and distract the attention; A. perusal' of J the -dialogue which represents the interview, will show how artfully he carried the Depu tation from one feature of the Emigra tion scheme to another. Onthe&pbjeotB of complaint conceding nothing, and on points ebera change wonld entail insur mountable ajfBcnlties conceding' too muoh.. !fle missed -no opportunity »F Wandly rebuking the deputation, the meeting, and tbe public for interfering with' affairs that Government could va^W-i^i iettar ; ^ wining to asseol to any Atnpo...

Publication Title: North Australian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
NOTES AND NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 17 November 1863

KOXBS -eVJSTC* 3STETW6. The flattering bhcccss which baa marked the progress of the Forth AtntriHim since its publication in Brisbane, enables us t» iesne this morning the first copy of oar monthly edition, containing in condensed form. :a» the news of the mouth. Every thing o£ material individual, and public ioterest, iwiu be found recorded in Urn U»u^ Neira, social, political, commercial, and maritime, appears in due farm. ' We can only sty farther, that residents who desire a vmUum in pant lj edition or the month's news, instructing W them as to the progress ana interests of I'M their adopted conntry, or who wish their 1 M European friends to be eqnally well in- \\ formed thereon, will find this issue »f oar I paper a faithful reflex of matters and tilings 1 in general for the month ending November I 17. ? Tee Blaek Ball Line monopoly exists no longer. The Government of Queensland have clapped their veto on it. ' Mr. Jordan's perquisites are likely to ?? grow i small by degrees a...

Publication Title: North Australian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
SEPARATION OF THE NORTH. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 17 November 1863

SEPARATIONS OF THE NORTH. / The assurance of our Rockhampton special correspondent to the effect, that the Separation agitation iras not coun tenanced by the thinkiug and reason able men of the North, only confirms the conviction already entertained by the same class of men in the South. Nevertheless, the assurance is both pleasing and valuable, because it gives to the doubtful, the unthinking, and the stranger, reliable evidence of the opinious held in the North upon public works and the several political questions in -which it is directly interested, to gether with tbe reasons and truths on which tbe opinions are founded. It is further valuable as a reproof and a re proach to those in the South who have, in furtherance of selfish aud sectional schemes, given ample cause to the in habitants of the North to complain of tbe deprivation of equal rights, the gross neglect of their requirements, and the apathy displayed wher ever their interests were con cerned. If the people of the Nor...

Publication Title: North Australian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
MELBOURNE. November 14. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 17 November 1863

MELBOURNE. KoTemliCr 14. The display of live stock at the Port Philip Farmers* Shoir surpassed in quality those at any previous exhibition, more espe cially the sheep competing for the interco lonial prize. Some of the Syoney raee etad hare re turned home. The Northam started lor Byflney to-day at noon. November 16. It is announced that Parliament will meet about the middle of January next

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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PUBLIC EDUCATION. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 17 November 1863

» ? PUBLIC EDUCATION. AS SB ham ngffialad com- and snr again in this journal, the- present condition of publio Education in Queensland is a source of annoyance and discontent to a very large propor tion of the population. It w&inot be justly asserted as, was formerly done, that the discontent At the Regulations of the existing system is confined to the ecclesiastical heads of two denomi nations and a few of their clergymen. The merits of the whole discussion be tween three denominations and the Board of Education are now generally 'understood and the requirements stipu lated for in schools by the heads of the denominations, are folly concurred in by the members. When -the change asked for in the «ri*Hng Regulations is considered, it can neither be looked upon as nn&ir to the interests of other denominations, nor of such a description as to^jwUie progress or efudency of fhe present publio schools. It m simply jAipulated ttat as both these large de nominations— Includi...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. SYDNEY. November 14. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 17 November 1863

TELEGRAPHIC .NEWS. (feoji orxa own cobeestoxdests.) SYDNEY. November 14. The Telegraph awaits the arrival -of the Eog lish mail before starting for your psrt. A wreck has just occurred off Bam Head. The Hugh Roberts, schooner, has been totally wrecked ; the captain and one sailor aie the only sutvivors. The annual inspection of the Metropolitan Yolanteers was held to-day. The village of Dal ton has b*eo pillaged by the bushrangers. | [Maize quoted at 3s. Sd. to Si. 9d. per bushel, and firm : breadstuff's dull of sale. November 16. The Northam, P. and O. Company's B.M. S., arrived this morning. The Telegraph, steamer, has started with the Queensland portion of the English .mail, except one box which could not readily be transhipped. Tnmut election came off to-day, no re turns ai'yet received. A teamster named Lovell bas been shot and robbed by a bushranger near Liverpool. The misereant baa been traced to near Sjdney. Hail advices considered satisfactory in commercial circle?. XjATIEt...

Publication Title: North Australian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
PARLIAMENTARY REFORM. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 17 November 1863

PARLIAMENTARY REFORM. The question has been asked — Where the necessity for a change in the pre sent Electoral law ? To which we repl — Because there are thousands of men in the colony at the present time who -io not eniov the frachise. If it is necessary 'to increase and redistri bute Representation because population has increased, it is equally requisite that the whole of the industrious adult male population should be represented. Under the present law, however liberal franchise : all pastoral, agricultural, trade, or domestic servants, who receive a less salary than .£100 a year, and who are boarded and lodged by their employers, cannot in the terms of the law claim the suffrage. Few will deny that men so circumstanced form a large portion of the population, or that there are others who enjoy the franchise, who have no better chum to it, save in the peculiar phraseology of the Act. To argue that a disability of this descrip tion should be allowed to continue, until the individu...

Publication Title: North Australian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
The North Australian. TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 17, 1863. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 17 November 1863

% forty ^astariiatt. TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 17. 1663. The political history of die month has presented few materials for comment, if we omit the Immigration question and the proceedings connected with it. And that meeting and the results which sprang from the action taken there, seem likely to exercise a very material influence upon the future position of the Ministry. We have elsewhere alluded at some length to the salient points of the question, and with refer ence to the meeting itself it may be sufficient to say that a very dexterous scheme to convert a demand for en quiry into alleged gross abuses into an implied Acceptance of the proceedings of Mr. JbBD&tr, & Messrs. Mackat, BainES and Co. was defeated hy the over-zeal of its principal abettors — Messrs. tbe Keverends G. B. WrssoN and Geoege Wight. Tbeir object was too plain to escape notice, and was met with the promptitude it deserved. The meeting listened to the excuses tendered on behalt'of the principal delinqu...

Publication Title: North Australian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
VITAL STATISTICS. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 17 November 1863

VITAL STATISTICS. Oca readers will peruse with interest the ?subjoined report from theoffiee of tbe Begis trar-GeneraL It will gira an accurate idea of the progress of the colony, as Ulnstntee by its Increase of population. This may be regarded as one of the ibest tests, inasmuch as 'population is capital,' and the devel opement of the internal resources of ? country is, in general, in a like ratio to the number of ita.inbabitants. We note, in theflfrttJaee. «n increase in oor population of «U7 sonls for thsiqnarter ODdiV«^Septanber 30. 186S. Mate. 8686: JfemaUa. 2468. Of to number, the creator proportion has of comas landed in Brisbane, and many of them bjarofonna their way to the interior, and have there settled. The man total of »B|i« tered births .for the^ quarter has been S5t Of these, there have teen 861 males iano 2W females. While tte registered nmnbei ? of deaths *moants only to 251. of whom 161 were m«lee wra 90 females. Strains** WrihB^vwafiatbs.SOS: male*. 100; females, ...

Publication Title: North Australian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
EMIGRATION ABUSES. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 17 November 1863

EMIGRATION ABUSES. . W* predicted fin- the new Emigration scheme of -Mgssra. Hubert and jJjna »AN*a «areer*of bungling and^giusma-/ ~nagement,*nd from .the. outset up to the present, oar prediction has been literally fulfilled. BftMjhip under the wwnW plan has aUdpiUed its pre decessor in all thejroni features of a lax and ill-oondmstol*yBtein. The Taunted surjeriority oT&e ships of the Black Ball line and the Emigration Commissioner's ability to obtain 10,000 suitable emigrants annually, an both miserable delusions, if we are to Jook upon the Sunda and the Bookhamptonas samples. Instead of being in any*desiiable respect compa Table with former ships or their immi grants? the ngrelations S connection' with the voyages of the vessels under the new scheme and the characters of many of their officers and passengers, are sufficient to disgust and aMnn peaceably disposed colonists; to arouse their indignation against those who, under the sordid influence 'of unlawful money making...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THIRD ARTICLE. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 17 November 1863

THIBD ABTTCLB. . !We were not without some doubt as to the motives of .some of the gentlemen who «npJf» fhemBelves .most prominent in getting npvthe meeting on Friday evening,** and-the wpeecnes^anu proceed-1' Wo«oh followed and enforced by that of ithe Bei G. Wight, and *moe pbweifally aiuetrated *y lie f eaoeT to yesUar&kfe Giardum, &ere seed be no doubt upon Jibe matter, ' If ever a epeoiaua^pboriviS^S^ki^ 1 ? ?' -*' ' ' . - -,w- . ? ' . '?'..* ??? v ? a tool of the earnestness of men con scious of Buffering from a grievous wrong/ the' .reverend gentlemen who principally moved in getting up the immigration meeting, furnish a most BnccesBful instance. If ever suoh meanB failed in/ihe ultimate object that tool was intended £o secure, they have most signally and satisfactorily failed. They drew together a larg&jbody'of their fellow-citizens, who listened to them with a patience they*little deserved, and they received at the hands of their known opponents a co...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
SECOND ARTICLE. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 17 November 1863

SECOND ASnCLE. Thebs has been a good deal said of late about avoidance of the spirit of party. The public safety in health and morals may be imperilled, but that peril is the result of a system and not of the men engaged in carrying it ont. Admit the validity of such an excuse, and. . an organization of pickpockets totgliti^y^bpbDtbnr«jBtaBas«Q'«z ~cuse for their personal participation in its profits. It is a wise dispensation of Providence by which we axe impelled to connect men with the proceedings they initiate, and to test politicians by the honesty of their schemes, not less than by the fidelity they display in working them out If evil — downright, indis putable evil patent to all who are not gifted with that moral obliquity which sees nothing but personal* interest— has been brought into our midst— if it came by means for which a government is itself, of its own free choice, the sole directors and controllers— it will not 'do for their {apologists 'to -think-that they '»» pWll...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 17 November 1863

NORTH ACSTE ALIAS.— Copies or this journal may be had at the stores of JIB. 10BX JOHKSTOK, Little Ipswich, and also at M* O'liASJUBTS Sham rock Hotel, Brisbane-street, Ipswich.

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 17 November 1863

» THE NOBTH ATJETRATJAN' a « punty maal mad political ugxn. Ifbdiems In a great destiny for tfal- naturally ticb an* beautiful land; and it aim bdfcna -that nothing can contribute ?o powerfully to tiu speedy attainment oT that destiny as onion amongst aU section and daases of to people. This onion is attainable only on one condition- Equality ofKiguti. Ihe ' Kohtb Ausnti tus' will, therefore, u well lor the advancement of the colony, u because the principle is tnrrinldwilly jut,' advocate equal aril, BdigkraB, and Political lUzbtBfaEaUwldmiita.inxapectan of cntr conddeta tioik«stoCrmd--rOc«ntiT. - ' ,. . . It bdieres the Constitution of the colony, when £«irij interpreted, folly derelsped and allored free action, to be in its liberality the most suitable to oar condition that conli be devised. It will therefore, uphold the Constitution in iu integrity and oppose all changes in it, except ench as ate pto~ dsced by Its own adaptation and growth. It will condemn equally thecnbEts of th...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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[COPY.] Colonial Secretary's Office, Brisbane, 17th October, 1863. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 17 November 1863

? [copt.] Colonial Secretary's Office, Brisbane, 17th October, 1863. Sir, — I am directed to forward to you the copy of the reports of the Immigration Board upon certain charges preferred against the Surgeons ot the Sunda and Star of Eng land. From these you will at once perceive hotr very unfit these gentlemen were for the responsible position in which they were placed, and will see the necessity for applying some more stringent tests before dealiuir with applications for the appointment of sorgeon-soperintendent of vessels conveying so many human beings, whose lives, comfort, and morality are so greatly dependent upon the efficiency and character of tbe Surgeon. Evidence nas adduced that the surgeon of the Snnda was more frequently drunk than sober dnring the voyage, and that in conse quence his dnties were most shamefully neg lected. In the case of the Surgeon of the Star of England, though habitual diunken ness was not charged against him, it was clearly proved that lie systemat...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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METEOROLOGICAL OBSERVATIONS. Taken at 9 a.m. (Per Electric Telegraph.) [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 17 November 1863

METEOBOLOGICAL OBSEBVATIONS. Taken at 9 a.m. (Per Electric Telegraph.) November 14 — Sydney, barometer, corrected 29-882; thannoineter, shade, 71i); force of wind, 1 ; cloud, 1. November 16. — Sydney, baiometer cor rected. 29-928; thermometer, shade. 675; direction of wind, 0; force of wind, 0; cloud, 10.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 17 November 1863

ABSTBACT OF SALES BY AUCTION '^^ To be beta by -ftrABTINaiia DICKSONat the T3rty JH. Auction Mart daring die cwxeat TttininencinB each Day at 11 O'clock. ' The Blandford Estate— Porbon 93. parish of ToomWL fronting the main Bwa to Sandgate Allotment of laud In Port Denison Allotments in South Brisbane Ditto off Wiekham Terrace At Martin's Horse Bazaar. Adelaide-street, 6 prime milch cows, with calves at foot 'TUESDAY— Bottled stout Ditto ale 6 firkins Wollongong tatter 10 ditto doable rose Cork batter. WEDNESDAY— Splendid billiard table, by Alcock and Co., of Melbourne American buggies. THURSDAY— Invoice of glass ware Ditto lemonade And ginger beer corks Ditto boots and shoes. SATUBDAY— Flonr Maize . Lucerne hay Furniture Sundries. ? THIS DAY. Rt6 Kegs prime WoUongODg Butter. ?» jTABTIN & DICKSON will sell by anc JVL tion. sMbe City Auction Mart. THIS Say. November 14, at 11 o'clock, 6 kegs prime WoUongong bntter, just arrived per Telegraph, and to be aold withoot any reserv...

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Commercial Intelligence. NORTH AUSTRALIAN Office, Monday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 17 November 1863

ComnttrfM inMligtRtt. Nobxb Attetbaxjah Office, Monday Evenine. We have to report a rather doll month with respect to commercial transactions, the great obstacle seems to have been the diffi culty of obtaining the means of conveyance to and from the interior, and consequently wool and other produce came to baud but slowly. Very little of the new clip has coma to market up to the present time, and therefore we are tmaulc to speak with cer tainty as to the prices likely to rule here and in Sydney ; however, the arrival of the English Mail, which brings news to the 3rd of October, is sure to have jydjrect influence one way or other on theifikrkcts; and, if the news does not rise the present price of wool, the rates will be considerably under the corresponding prices of this period last year. The public sales for the'monthhave comprised about 460 bales, of which only 322 bales were sold. The tallow market has not improved on last month either, although there has been a better dispositio...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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WEEKLY CALENDAR. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 17 November 1863

WEEKLY CALAA1IAU. ?«r _-«.i-ki S'* Sm Moos'' HiE*'ttr E.X. B.M. P-T. u. X. U- K. Tuesday ? IT 5 5 62S 57 2 40 215 Wcdneadav—lS £4 638 5 7 33PSS Thursday -It 6 * 6 27 ET 42?35* Friday ? & 53 62S TT S1£*1G (Saturday ? SI S3 6 29 S 7 S053S Sunday ? & 53 630 10 T 6 4E6K! Monday ? £. S3 631 11 7 I4i :»

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WIND AND WEATHER. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 17 November 1863

WIND AND WEATHEB. November 14. — Brisbane, S. and fine : Lyt ton, S.E.. and fine; Ipswich, 8. E. and cloudy ; Laidley. S.E. and cloudy ; Too woomba, calm. dull, and cloudy: Dray ton. N. E. and cloudy ; Warwick, calm and fisc ; Sydney. N JJ. W. and fine.

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