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

GOONDIWINDI. [From a Correspondent of the Toowoomba Chronicle 1 Tbe busy spring is here again. Lambing, shearing. &C-. are going on, and employ ment is plentiful. Drays laden with sup plies pass our doora, and although the weather is still unsettled, we promise our selves abundance of good things before the exit oFtha Did yoar. Non- that we have a punt building, and two capital boats com pleted, we S&all be able to Invffs onr New England friends to bring their produce, potatoes, &c. to our market. We shall monopolize the bolder traffic. Notices in tfae town inform us that Messrs. Phillips and HoefliU-b. dealers. I suppose, with a plentiful supply of draperies, Ice, intend tn visit our town before Christmas; if they sell reasonably they may do a good trade, for oar supplies lately have been very scanty. A public meeting for the purpose of de ciding in what manner the inhabitants could express their sentiments to the teacber of the proposed national school bere...

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

WARWICK. {From the Warwick Mail, November 14.) Tbe Editor of the Mail has called upon Mr. Charles Clarke to apologise for having cilled him a blackguard at the conclusion of the Amateur Concert, on the evening of Wednesday, the lltli instant The Mayor of Warwick has convened a public meeting to initiate a Building Society in that town. A brutal assault was committed hy a man named Molloy, on one Patrick Heffornan, on the night of Thursday last. From the evi dence at the preliminary investigation, tbe assault was most cold-blooded and brntal. It would appear that some time during the night of Toursday last a scuffle took place in Palmerin-street, when the unfortunate man (Heffernan), received no less than nine dangerous wounds, and at present lies in a most precarious state in the Hospital. Mol loy is in custody awaiting the evidence of mk victim. Slsslw^wAiaSattattla^a^^wkBlwa %8|jffl^WaffiBay*lenW?ftSpEi^a« the fluids of the Warwick Hospital which we are happy to state was a perfec...

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

I ' BTKAM TO SYDNEY. I 4fi)£% rpHB A. S.N. Company's I «agMKaJ^ 'JL Steamer ^TELEGRAPH. t UaHa^wfll be despatched on F BaaBUfIB THURSDAY. November 19. U - GEO. D. WEBB. I ? Agent. jv HAIL STEAMER. ~ P QrasassusD Steam Kavisjjioh Co. f cSatW^a. TIHE MAIL STEAMEE I 59?ll?Sk J- QUEENSLAND, 600 fa. ? mmSBSr' *°™- capt corpoct. win ? - tfflBBlurafor MABYBOBOUGH, ? GLADSTONE, and BOCKHAMPTON, ? on TUESDAY. November it ? ? . ' ? JOHN STEPHENS, Secretary. B . . STEAM TO BOCKHAHPTON DIKECT. ? ' jfeAt* HPHE A. S. N. Company's B- . JfjJTin. J- Steamer UBARA. will be H 'SlJlBJ? despatched -jn THURSDAY, |- - ? . '? ? --^h-ldtv .'p. r^ifBd.B, WEBB. vi . ., i . - ;.-.. ' - - ^»^%^.'itfsS-S55r&ass«-.'V -rr ^^jwafcl.., _. J^^^Yl EDUCED . FREiGHTS'*^ * *? * WOOL, per Bale; from IpswfiSi or Brisbane ?.._... ? 16s, , ? TALIX-W, from Brisbane, per ton ' gross ? IS*. 1 Ditto, from Ipswich, ditto .. .. 17s. 6d. HIDEs from Ipswich or Brisbane, eadl .. „ ? „ U. I . Ditto, from. Ipswich or Brisbane. ...

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FATAL BOAT ACCIDENT. CORONER'S INQUEST. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 17 November 1863

FATAL BOAT ACCIDENT. CORONER'S INQUEST. At eleven o'clock last Saturday an inquest was held, at the Sawyers' Arms, on the body of Augusta Robinson, who was drowned in the river Brisbane, on Friday last, by the upsetting of a boat belonging to Captain Bragg, of tbe ship Sunda. The jury, having viewed the body, proceeded to take the following deposition in evidence was a member of the Royal College of Surgeons, and came out in the ship Sunda as tbe surgeon-superintendent; the deceased was his wife ; on Friday afternoon, Oct. 30, he was one of a party who proceeded from Harris's Wharf in Captain Bragg's yacht, the Waterwitch, on a trip to the bay ; there was hardly any wind when first starting, and they took to their oars ; they observed in passing tbe shipping office, a gentleman on the hill, and he holloed out something which they interpreted as an order for the boat to put in at Raff's wharf; they were obliged to tack several times in order to reach the wharf, and there they took in...

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PUBLIC MEETING. IMMIGRATION SHIPS SUNDA AND ROCKHAMPTON. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 17 November 1863

PUBLIC MEETING. Immgration Ships Sunda and Rock-hampton   A meeting took place last evening, at the School of Arts, to take into consideration the alleged want of discipline on board the re cently arrived immigrant ships Sunda and Rockhatnpton. His worship the Mayor oc- cupied the chair, and the hall was crowded in every part with an audience that mani fested the deepest interest in the matter under consideration. Amongst those present were the Right Rev. Dr. Tuffnell. Bishop of Brisbane, the Rev. Dr. Keating, the Rev. Mr. Moseley, the Rev. Mr. Curley. the Rev. Mr. Wilson, the Rev. Mr. Griffiths, the Rev G. Wight. R. R. Mackenzie, Esq.. M.L.A., J. Douglas. M.L.A ., T. B. Stephens Esq, M.L.A, T. P. Pugh. Esq., M.L.A.. and a number of other influen tial gentlemen. The Chairman read the advertisement convening the meeting, and called on the mover of the first resolution. The Right Rev. Dr. TUFFNEL said that   the resolution which he had the honour to &...

Publication Title: North Australian, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 28 November 1863

? ABSTRACT OP SALES BT AUCTION «*?'?- Tobebeiaby MARTIN, and BICKSON at the City ' A^'***'' Hart during (he current : Commencing each Day at 11 o'clock. SATUBDAT— Maize Furniture . Sundries &c*c 4a, '^ : THIS DAT. 15 Cues Harper Twelvetrees* Washing Powder. To bo Sold Without Beware. TLTABTIN sad DICKSON will sell by ' JXL auction, at* the City Auction Mart, THIS DAY, November 28, atU o'clock. 15 cases Harper Twelvetrees'. washing -powder — to be sola without any reserve. Terms at Bale. THIS DAY. 10 Tons Prime Adelaide Flour. MARTIN & DICKSON wiH sell by ; auction, at the City Anction Mart, THIS BAT, November 28, at 11 o'clock. 10 tons prime Adelaide floor, a guar anteed parcel, in lots to suit por purchssers. Terms at sale. ? ?'''''' ''— TBJB DAVl : ? 50 Bags Bran. II C ABTTK & DICKSON win sell by anc JML tion, at the City AucUon Mart, THIS SAT, November 28, at 11 o'clock. 50 bags bran, in first-class order and condition. Terms at sale. THIS DAT^ 4 Hogsheads...

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ADELAIDE. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 28 November 1863

. ADELAIDE. . We bave telegraphic news to the 24th in stant:— It is reported Mr. Michie's admission to the Supreme Court will be opposed. Baron and Baroness Oertxen are amongst tbe passengers by the Irene. The Baron was formerly a police trooper here. ' Fifty tons of flour were sold at £J.7 10s. Tea 'nteeels of wheat. elmnomJ limnda m± ?Mr*--'--- . ?- - '-' ;- ;.? „ Thursday, S pjn. Further particulars of scab on tbe Coo rong are to hand. 12,000 ewes and 500 lambs were destroyed, all are lying dead with the wool not. removed. Tbe chief inspector is still in the district. A considerable amount of sickness and universal mortality prevails. Goode and Cassan have made an assign ment lo.tbctr creditors. A man named Gardiner, a farmer at Tan kaiilla, attempted suicide 'by strychnine yes terday. Stomach pumps were promptly osed. andhe is now supposed to be out of 'danger: ? ' ' ' . ' ' * ' 'Traders have resolved to refuse copper tokens, , ? ' ^jTIi«*aeUMe Mining Compahyliave.«r «f^ -maaine...

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VICTORIAN TURF CLUB RACES. FIRST DAY—FRIDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 28 November 1863

'FICrOBTAN TUBF CLUB SACES Firbt Dat— Feidat. The Maiden Plate of SO sovereigns ; mile and a half. Weight for age :— 3 years. 7st Clb; 4 years, 9st 51b, 5 years, 9st 121b; 6 years and aged, lOat 41b. Entry. 5 sove reigns. Mr. Hurtle Fisher's b f Nathalie, 3 years 1 Morrison's b g Maryborough, 3 years 2 This was a fine race, Nathalie winning easily. The Ascot Tale Stakes, of 20 sovereigns each with 100 sovereigns added. For two yearoMs. Colts, 8 st 7 lbs ; fillies sna geldings, S st 4 Ib. Five fnrlongs- The winner of any two.year-old race 5 lbs extra ; of any two snch 7 lbs extra. Mr. M'Haffie's b c Freestone .. ..1 Hujtle Pisber's br c Lantern . . 2 Lantern came in a good second. The Melbourne Cup of 20 sovereie^is each, with 200 sovereigns added. Two miles. .The winner, of tlie Champion Sweep stakes 1 to ra-ry 5 1b extra ; of any liaodirap extra; of two or more sucb races,' 5 IB ' extra. Mr. Harper's be Banker. 3 years, ost 4lb 1 Wilson's br f Mnsidora, 4 years, Sst 81b ? .. .. 2 H...

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SYDNEY MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 28 November 1863

SYDNEY MABKETS. These has been more activity in ' our markets during the past month than we have noticed for many months past. This improvement in business generally is attri buted to orders for the ncighbonring colo nies of New Zealand, Queensland having comes down, and stores have consequently to be sent up the country by the return teams. Although it is satisfactory to record this state of things, prices are, however, with very few exceptions, no higher. The late failures have for the time checked spe culative transactions, importers being un willing to sell their goods except for cash ; buyers whose credit is good are also indis posed to operate a: present ; consequently, when sales are forced, lower rates have to be submitted to. Wo subjoin the latest re port of our markets : — Flonr.— The market is firmer. First brands, £14 10s. per ton ; Adelaide wheat, 6s. 3d. per bushel ; Californian. 6s. Liquids. — Ale in bulk is firmer. First brands range from £6 to £6 IDs; other brands. ...

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VICTORIA. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 28 November 1863

VICTOBrA. We have papers to the l€th and telegrams to the 24th. A public holiday in honour of anniversary of New Constitution. At tbe pnblic meetiig of sympathisers with Poland, the Polish Jews in Victoria are especially represented. Mr. and Mrs. Eean and Mr. Coppin sailed for Sydney in the Bangatira (s.) The Bao tratira takes o942 rize. -*nM The Omar Pasha, ship, cleared for Lon don, irith 17,820 ounces cold, 340 bales wool, and 12.000 hides. The Water Nymph cleared for London, with 33,958 ounces gold, 1860 bales n-ool, 7890 hides. Goddard and Branch have been found guilty of attempt only. Mr. Charles Kern's engagement termi nated with an overflowing house ; every seat applied for donble. The Escorts have brought 34,500} ounces of cold. The Baldutha cleared with 10,000 oz. At wool sales, nearly 7000 bales vere offered. Upwards of 4000 were sold at a fractional advance.

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METEOROLOGICAL OBSERVATIONS. Taken at 9 a.m. (Per Electric Telegraph.) [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 28 November 1863

METEOBOLOGICAL - OBSERVATIONS. Taken at 9 a.m. (Per Electric Telegraph.) November26— Sydney, barometer, corrected 29-817rthaTmometer, shade, 727; force of wind. 3; cloud. 5. November 27.— Sydney, barometer, cor rected, 29-051; thermometer, shade, 63-3; direction 'of wind, S.; force of wind, 3; cloud, 10.

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WIND AND WEATHER. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 28 November 1863

WIND AND WEATBEB. -- November 26. — Brisbane, calm, cloudy; Lytton, S-E, fine; Ipswich, calm,' fine: Laidley, culm and fine; Toowoomha, balm and fine; Drayton, &, cloud v; Warwick, XL, fine ; Dalby, S.E., doll and cloudy. November 27. — Brisbane, calm, cloudy ; Lytton, S E, fine ; Ipswich, S., fine; Laid ley, E. clondy; Toonroomba, calm, dull; Draytoq, N. IS- cloudy ; Warwick, calm, dnll ; Dalby, R_ cloudy.

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ROCKHAMPTON. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 28 November 1863

ROCKHAMPTON. Sr the--Jrara we have dates from Bock hampton to Wednesday last, tbe 25th instant. Serening to a glut of labour in the Southern districts, tha iKn-cfcra Argm Stateis— NdrtbprniQueensland is still crying out for more labor, and in many of its broad lands Ate pioneer settlers are cramped for want' -*f labor. Everywhere, in lAort, in Central ud Northern QooeoriiBd tiieiabor market lacks supply. Wages in many in jtances are funyfiO per cent, litgher in these districts than in the rjoutfe, and eligible nands areiinobtainaMe. Why 4int. in the {face of tin -Southern overstocked labor jnarJEQts, countermand tin destination of emigrant ships *o^the_porls pT.Hfortbeni Se^raSe?we'^tlrtt^,'cnd^ SS Aey^Sd be aU utilired; ITmt It is acaicejv: lioiHsst *$o seiiil* ns BoQifitfr'~l}uf£ '?pinner** in^alt4-gjJ^Tjnact»tomeaitO pHtoral labor*: BocKhcmptou WM'fM'r wmfortoUy -take TJaff a down (sbiploii per year, at least, and ' Maryborough, Gladstone, Port Mackay, Port Denison, Port Wickbam ...

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NOTICE TO CORRESPONDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 28 November 1863

NOTICE TO COaBESPONDENTS At a late hour last niybt we received a eom» mnnicatian signed B. J5, commenting on an article which appeared in lautThnraday'B isrueof this journal, in relation to the pro ceedings at the meeting tor the formation of a Servants' Home. Previous arrange ments prevents the insertion of the letter in our present issue; in our next, however, it will receive due Attention. We have to re gret that the circumstance stated should delay the appearance of our correspondent's explanation, which wb have every desire to treat with courtesy for the cause with which it is connected. ,,. . .;. ? '?.;,.; :,.??? The request of a correspondent at Draytou, to .publish' th» correspondence between the Municipal Council and the Lands and Works' 'Department, on the fencing' in of roads and the access to water, cannot be complied ^ritfa, the ^reatar portion of x5e Eurve jwA^ersT* : Tepoii bavutg Iteen omittea from the aoemmente -fr^wardei to »?? . . ? ,*'l .-::-..-: !t'--vi ' '.-.. ...

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PROVINCIAL NEWS. DARLING DOWNS. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 28 November 1863

PBOVINCIAI. 3STEWS. DARLING DOWNS. (From the Toovoomba papers. Tbe Toooroomba Municipal Council are endeavouring to have the police force of that town increased. In allnsion to the effort the D. D. Gazette writes :— Taking into consideration the extent and population of the town, and the fact that the new gaol is fast approaching completion, we think that, in order to afford a fair share of nro tection. the police force ought to consist of a chief constable, sergeant, and twelve men, four of whom ought to be mounted to form a patrol for tlie more distent parts of the town. It must be borne in mind that only a portion of the police are on duty at one time (although of course all are liable to be called upon in case of emergency) and, therefore, we consider the number' above named to be the smallest that onght to be adopted, and even with this number we very much donbt if an efficient patrol could be maintained during the night time, although quite as necessary to be done as throughou...

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WEEKLY CALENDAR. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 28 November 1863

'WmSULl CALC1TDAB. Km«r,k-\im ' Sra So* Uoom Imcbwatar tommtierlKO. nm^ g^ AoI_ ^jj^. j '' ? ' H.It H. H. B.T. «. K. «. M..' -afclrt*jr__2S 5 0. 6 31 10 7 0 Din ianaijr — _» SO 6 35 II T OSD lit Uondv; ? 30 i 0 638 IB 7 1 4U 4 6 : Becanber Taaimj ? 161 6 37 19 T S302M Wedwudav— 2 6 1- « 38 20 7 3 it 3 86 ThantUr ... 3: S 1 « SS 2J 7. 3 « * 18 Fritoj ? «1 S g 638 227 44150

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CORRESPONDENCE. INTERCOLONIAL CRICKET MATCH NEW SOUTH WALES v. QUEENSLAND. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 28 November 1863

COBEESPONUENCE. INTERCOLONIAL CBICKET MATCH. ?SEW SOOTH WAISS T. QDBEKSLAHD. Sib,— The following letter was received yesterday from die Hon. Secretary of the Cricket Association at Sydney, in reference ?to fee above mateb. It will be reeoHeeted that, at the last intercolonial contest be tween New Booth Wales and Victoria, opinions were expressed by the Sydney players in favor of tbe next match being played in Brisbane. At a meeting of the Association, held *t Lawrence's Cricket Saloon early in the present year, a reso lution -was passed (in accordance with the wishes, I believe, of Messrs. Driver, Leigh, Tanks, and Clayton} to the effect th«t the expenses ofthe Sydney players to Brisbane should be def raved by the Association : — ' Town. Hall, Sydney, ' November 21, 18C3. 'Sir,— I have tlie honor to inform you. by direction of the New Sonth Wales Cricket Association, ihat |the cricketers of New South Wales will be happy to meet tbe ?Queensland cricketers in a friendly game, »f^ii«Mn...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 28 November 1863

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 28 November 1863

niHE- jrO&T£*ABBTKAriTAir--im put 1 lished on Toesdat. Thobsdax. ana ? SisiiBDAT morning* and finraroea to ' Country Subscribers by the earUestmaUs. : ^CBME OF tOESOErmOH. - Per Quarter, in advance ? 9s. . Per Quarter, credit ? 10s. Single Number^ ? :';:?? ~k**\. The Quarters terminate on the 31st March, 30th June, 80th September, and 3Ut Decem ber at which periods only can resignation ' be received. Notices of resignation will ' cot be attended t» unless given in writing. ? Subscribers -will be charged from the . date of commencing their subscriptions. ?TEEHS OF ATJVKBTIEOia. : } S. d. ' Two * t or under a quarter or an ir ? ;.... 1 0 Foorl , or under half an inch.... 2 0 Sixlin or under three-quarters of an h ? 2 6 Eight 1 s, or under one inch ? 3 0 - - Every ? aitional eight lines, under anl *.... ? 1 0 ? TSBHS OC DUCOUST. 6 Const |tive Insertions ? 10^1 cent . ts ? „ ? 15 „ 26 „ „ ? 25 „ The number of insertions must be written on the pack of each Advertisement, or it 'k...

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Commercial Intelligence. FARM AND GARDEN PRODUCE. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 28 November 1863

femrnncrriil Inttliigciut PABst ASP GABDEX PBODCCB. B.&B. BoifoCK qnote the following as the current wholesale prices: — Flour, £15 to £17 10s. per too; old pota toes, £7; new potatoes, £8 per ton: sweet potatoes, £5 per ton;- maize. 6s. 5s to 3d per bushel; oaten bay, £12 per ton ; lucerne bay, £9 per ten ; pumpkins, £3 10s. per ton; bran, £8 10s. per ton; pollard, £8 10s. per ton; barley, seed. 6s.6d.per bushel; .seed oats. 8s. per bushel; pines, 3s. to 10s. per dozen ; bana nas, 4i to Si per dozen; butter, Is. 3d. per Ib. by the keg ; eggs. Is. 6d. per dnzen; vege table marrows, 2s. per dozen ; oranges. Is. to Is. 4d. Prices Retail.— Potatoes, 12s. per cwt. or lid per 1b. ; sweet potatoes, scarce, 7s. 6d. per cwt, or Id. per lb. ; maize, 6a. per bushel; oaten Lay, 15s. per cwt; lucerne hay. 12s. per cwt; -bran. 2s. 3d. per bushel by the Dag, or 2s. 3d. per bushel : seed barley, 7s. 6&. per bushel; seed oats. 10s. per bushel; Hart's flour, 203. per 100 lbs.; New Bi...

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