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Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 28 November 1863

Stepping lnttl%tna. ABatVAiE. .NovxsbbCSS.— San lfcsaeisvsa, barque. Cap tain Stortbecher, from. Hamburg on the 13th August last, with about 250 immi grants. J. C. Heussler*ud Co., agents. November 26. — lassie, schooner, from port unknown. November 26. — Urara, steamer. 600 tons. Captain Cottier, from Bockoamp ton 25th in stant Passengers — Mrs. Kyle. Mr. and Mrs. A. Fees, Messrs. H. Mosman, 3. A. Todd. H. Wilmington, H. W. Pal mer, V. G. Bosh, A. W. Sergicon, Travels. C. \V. Merfidd, V. B. O. H51V, Kemp. Buchanan, G.E. Dalrymple, Besser, JT.Uttle. Collier. D. D»y. T. Dann. a. B. lawrence, Charles Wiseman, Kerr. G. Wid dows, M*Cne. X. Burnett, and seventy in tike steerage. November 27. — Benjamin Heape, barque, -261 tons. Captain Daggatt, from Melbourne. Raff and Co, agents. Sbvember 27. — Bhoderick Dun, schooner, 76 tons. Captain Leonard, from Sydney. Messrs. Molison, Black, and Smyth, agents. November 27. — Jessie, schooner. 32 tons, .Captain Markham, from Mackay Biver, November ...

Publication Title: North Australian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
EPITOME. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 28 November 1863

osxttxoaaas. Owiko to the absence of a quorum, the Common -Council did not hold its usual fortnightly meeting on the afternoon of Monday, 23rd instant. Saturday's PoTiee docket was .a Hank. Friday mast have been a universal day of temperance.' * No blear-eyed, broken headed advocate of Bacchus stood tremb ling at tbe bar with shaken serves and for feited self-respect. The Government has officially notified the intention to lose- no time in the com mencement of the Southern and: Western Bailroad. Tenders are invited -from the 19th instant until tbe Slst January proximo for die first section, which will comprise the 'space from Ipswich to the Liverpool Bange. The Government announce, in a late edi Brisbane Hospital.' M-m ' : The Oterary Society of Queensland heW. agreeably to previons notice, a meeting an the Municipal Chambers on Saturday even ing last. ???-??? ? ? ? ? ;? 'A brans band. lately organised in Bris bane-onderthe title of the ' Citizens' Band/1 (discoursed some sweet musi...

Publication Title: North Australian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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FIERY STAR—1ST INNINGS. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 28 November 1863

Fiery Stab— 1st Imrares. Bamsay b Sirccm . . ? 4 Somerset b .Bolger ? 4 Latourb Sircom.. ? t Bell, runout ? 0 Willmott b Bolger ? 8 Higginson. run out ? 2 Butler b Bolger ? 1 Woodlock b Sircom ? 3 Howarth, not out., .. .. ,. 2 Innis ct Oldbam.. .. .. .« 0 Harrison ct Adams .. .. .. O 25 Byes „ .. .. 14 Wides ? 2 Total ? ~~41 , ' - Total of second innings .. 62 Grand total ? 103

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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MUNICIPAL ELECTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 28 November 1863

MUNICIPAL ELECTIONS. Thb agony is over. The polls are closed. The vacancies -in tbe Municipal Council are filled. And still the earth revolves as ever, on its own axis, and within its orbit. Nothing in nature seems to intimate that three great light* have been extinguished. There has been some considerable interest ' manifested thongh in these Municipal elec tions, oome twenty-three candidates as pired to pnblic place, power, and fame; three have been elected, and twenty have been left out in the cold. We almost envy this one score of patriots white the weather '?i r& wjtT?h -i^jy3 ^'1! ^yrtynly ^reconcile are included in tlie numheivljut le'ruiSK sot fret. Tbree oiily coold be elected, and ire are happy to reflect that the popular choice has fallen upon three fitting and worthy representatives of Brisbane and its progress. The following is the list of candidates for _ election, with the number of votes polled (or efccb :— — Mr. Arthur Martin, 217: Mr. Albert 3. Hocking*. 19...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 27, 1863. Before T. S Warry. S. Davis and L.A. Buttanshaw, Justice of the Peace. [?]LANGUAGE [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 28 November 1863

FaiDiT, Novembeb 27, 18S3. Before T. 8 Warry. 6. Davis, and i. A. jButtansbaw, Justices of the Peace. JBDSIVE IiAKCUAGB. job*..,. onius-ioTiyiiuui - in employ at the Sonth Ferry, -was charged by L. A. Sottafeshaw with having- used . insulting language towards Wm Drake pleaded guilty. It appears tint Mr. Buttanshaw bad occa sion -to cross Hie ferry »* * qnarter past 11 o'clock on Sunday -morning last He was accosted by Drake: — 'Who are you ? What'* voiir name ? I want sixpence. Ose.' Mr. B. told trim lie intended giving him 'a shilling if lie bad bnt conducted oimself civilly, iaiid when -prosecutor bandea him ? » 'eliiUing, «nd asked for 6d. change, Drake said 'be was not bound to make change for any one, &c' : The Bench said that Sir. Buttanshaw did not desire to press tbe charge, but neverthe less snch cnn&oet conld sot' be suffared ta go unpunished. lie should fine lbs defendant -Wa. ? ' EBTTLBD-orjT OF COUBT. . J - Two cases v.O'Hefl. ? '.= .?. SOW FOB W4CK8. ' ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE LATE CRICKET HATCH. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 28 November 1863

THE LATE CRICKET MATCH. The Cricket Match between eleven of the ship 'Fiery Star' and eleven Brisbanites, selected from the Victorian and Brisbane Clubs, came off at the Green Hills, as pre viously announced, on Thursday morning, at ten o'clock. The former, certainly, oid not shine as ' stars ' of the first magni tude. Their -Fiery' light paled before the more brilliant prowess of m«re practised pro fessionals. They were perhaps rather prema ture in their challenge. A four months' voyage to Australia may improve the health, but it does not brace np tbe muscles, nnless the severe duty of tbe seaman is incumbent upon the voyager. The fact is, that the new arrivals 'reckoned without their host' They thought, perhaps, in the pleni tude of their Anglo-Saxon confidence that a victory would be easy over . a parcel of ?' unsophisticated colonists,' but their late experience will satisfy them that excellence is conGned to no particular place or latitude. The Bris banites went into the Geld f...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SCHOOL OF ARTS. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 28 November 1863

SCHOOL OF ABTS. On Thursday evening last a meeting was lield. at the School of Arts, pursuant to public notice. His Worship the Mmtob pre sided. The attendance was not large, but influential. The following legislative mem bers were present: — Bon. J. Bramston, Messrs. Baff.Pugh, and Lilley.the Auditor General and* the Begistrar-General, Mr. F. O. Darvell. President of the School of Arts. The object of the meeting was to determine tbe best way to raise ainnd, immediately, for the purpose of building an institution to supply more fittingly the present dilapidated Tbn3ding. The MiroR introduced the subject by briefly recapitulating what already has been done in the premises ; after which Mr. S. Elliot, Secretary of die Institute, . proceeded to read the report. This docu ment, after enumerating the drawbacks and inconveniences which had resulted from the incompetency of' the present building to meet the views mod wishes of its members, stated tint the subject «f tbe evening bad ? teen ...

Publication Title: North Australian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
The North Australian. SATURDAY. NOVEMBER 28. 1863 [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 28 November 1863

©jje Ijforij) Australian:. SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 3S. 1663. The Municipal Corporatiou of Bris bane has not deteriorated in vigor since the resignation of Messrs. PetRIE, Teevan, and Wabbt. The operatious of Captain Towns od the Ferry bare been summarily met and disposed of although the Captain made a faint at tempt at imposing a condition which it did not rest with him to exact, and tbe City Solicitor had no power to assent to. Tbe establishment of a Steam Ferry is a matter for tbe full Corporation to deal with. To interfere with the powers and property given by the lav of the land to the cily vas as much beyond any legal right possessed by him as it was opposite to good taste and common Beuse. It is bad enough urben a pnblic body attempts to oppress an in dividual — for an individual to presume body is simply monstrous. It seems to show that some men may acquire a ereat deal of property only to over value its lights and under estimate its duties. We trust to see so re pititiou of so un...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 28 November 1863

'? THE BOBXa AUSTBAfclAif »iJ a pnrdraocUl and mUftaloiiu. !U-BlieTe8in»grt»tdMUiijIoMiu« natnnUy rich and beumfiu land,- and it aba bcltens that noUiing cu contribufe to pOTcrrullr to tin speedy sttalumcut or that destiny m union amongst allneUimr and danes or Its people. Tlua \mioa ta attaiiubls only on one condition— Equality oT Bights. The ' Sokw Aosrai iui' wilLtlienifiiR, u well for the mdnacament of the aAany. u hscanae t]» principle It IstdndcaUy jiut, «dTa«t-- equal CtTU, IWigiou!, and l'ollflcal lUgbtt farallealasiita, iraspocare of «r«T «oaddera tion fA ta Creed or Country. It beUens . the CoartltnUoD or th« colony, when lalriy interpreted, fully developed aad allowed freea-:Uon,tobe in its libenlity the roort suitable to onr condition (bat could be denied. It wilt tberebre, onhold the ConstitaUon in ita integrity and oppon all changes In ft, except sach as are pro duced by ita own adaptation and growth. It -will eondaon equally tic efforts or tbe indigent lereOer or soci...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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CENTRAL POLICE COURT. THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 26, 1863. BEFORE MESSRS, Warry, Price, and Bernays, Justice of the Peace DRUNKENNESS. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 28 November 1863

CENTRAL POLICE COUBT. Thtjbsday, Novembeb 26, 1863. Before Messrs. Warry, Price, and Beraays, Justices of Uie Peace. DBCBEEKKEoS. James Francis was discharged, this being his first appearance at Court. George Auld. from Tasmania, wag in indicted for an nunatural crime. Tbe evidence was of a nature not ad. mitting of publication. He was fully committed for trial at tbe next Assizes of the Supreme Court Tbe princi pal witnrKs against him is a boy named George Silis, of 13 years of age. (Tester day rooming tbe boy's father was bonnd over in the sum of £40, to ensure the pre sence of bis boy to prosecute at tbe next term of tbe Supreme Court)

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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NOTES AND NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 28 November 1863

NOTES jft_-tn- 3MAJWfc-. Tbe wheat crops around this district, says the Tentofidd Chronicle. Rtiil took healthy, and are free from rust, that scourge whicli has proved eo destructive to the present season's crops in tlte low-lying por tions of the colony. A little rain at the present moment -nronld add to tlie bulk of grain ; but, even should dry weather con tinue, the ears trill carry an excellent crop Since our last notice the weather has be haved admirably; no more storms have ocenrred, and summer has set in iu right earnest. It is simply an act or common justice to many of tlie unsuccessful candidates at tbe late Municipal election, to state that they declined ' running' for Council at the meetinc when tbe Dominations were made. When people in other parts of tbe colony read tbe election returns, and find that men who are so deservedly lield in popnlar repute in Brisbane, were voted for by two or three or balf a dozen, they will indication «f the popnlar appreciation of these uns...

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

COLONIAL NEWS. The TJrara brings news from Sydney to the 24th instant, from Victoria to tbe 13th, ?from Tasmania to the 17th, and from New Zealand to tbe 12th instant. Also, news by telegram from Melbourne and Adelaide tothe24Ui instant From the files to hand we make the subjoined selections:— NEW SOUTH AVALES. The Hon. J. H. Plunkett, Q.C, who for so long a period held the office of Attorney General, has consented to represent the Government in the Tipper House. Mr. Plunkett will have a seat in the Executive. Mr. Robert Johnson has been offered, and we believe has accepted, a seat in the IJpper Chamber. Too Assembly win meet this afternoon after tbe adjournment, when the new Minis ters and Mr. Cowper, jun-, will be sworn in, and fake their seats ; after which it is ex pected that Mr. Martin will make a state ment of the Ministerial policy, and as to tbe course be proposes to take with regard to the business of the session. We understand, however, tint tip to last evening the writ f...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE WAR IS NEW ZEALAND. EVACUATION OF [?] BY THE MAORIES. ITS OCCUPATION BY THE QUEEN'S TROOPS. Auckland, Nov 7. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 1 December 1863

THE WAE IS NEW ZEALAND. ?Etaccattot of Mebemebe bt the Maoeies. Its Occtpatioic by tbe Queen's Tboots. (From the Correspondent S. M. Berold.) Auckland. Nov. 7. ?ta^nmiriy^pectation of hearing the re sults of the first operations conducted by mesas of the Pioneer gnn-boat, which had then reached the front. No time was lost br the General in putting her to use. On the morning of Saturday the 31st October she was despatched with 000 men to a point above Meremere about nine miles, where a good landing could he effected in wii a position as to cut offthc communication be tween Meremere and Bangirin, which lies about twent miles above the former. In this way a retreat became, if not impossible iDthat— tbe most natural— direction, at least very difficult, as the natives would have had to storm the position at once taken up by the forces on the open ridge along which the path runs. The natives were not slow to perceive the position of affairs, and how impossible it wonld be for them to retr...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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BOWEN. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 1 December 1863

BOWEK. In regara to commercial matters I may in form you for the information of youi ?read- ers who are in the habit of diving into the merits of 'prices current,' that this place offer* no feTd at present &r mercantile operations on, an extended scalt Every transaction savours of the huxtenng char acter; goods of all descriptions rule low. A cloud hovers ovw our monetary proceed inw.andburaiscounttoanfc Pre8la(? *.?' safemh 'visage over onr pin. notes, when tits rfSo-anaS.' an-jllof such jndgments homan nature is too often found1 wanting. _ The James Patenon is looked for next week* The Bar- Mr. BeM, Presbyterian minister, is receiving a moderate share of BOpport £100 has Iteen subscribed by way of a com mencement. Dr. Tofnell tells us by letter S»t J» .will »nd to this as yet xm cultivated clerical soil, one of ws olenrrmen — but '??? guarantee must be mven tbat the earn of £300 per annum wiU be subscribed, with free house quarters. 33ie Roman CattaHes .are shortly to have...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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WARWICK. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 1 December 1863

WAEWICK. {From the JfoS. Saturday, Nov. 28.) Some of oar vaang folts seemed very macli puzzled on the evening of Wednesday last, sttlio almost total eclipse of tbe moon, when at her fall, about 7-13 p.m. Wonder. fal were the fiarmises and questions asy^f of sundry paterfamilias on the &jK£T~ region had started an extensive blacking manufactory, and that the superior quality of the polish got np. completely took the shine out of the moon for the time being. Another was of opinion tbat sll the wheat in them parts must have got rust, or, that probably they had discovered some large coal mine bottom npwards. We noticed several remarks of a. similar character amongst the rising generation assembled near our premises, indicating to onr mind's eye the wonderful strides that the march of intellect has made in this portion of Aus tralia Felix.' During the past vraek the weather has been very warm, a description of dry heat most injurious to the crops, attended with partial changes wh...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
PROVINCIAL NEWS. DARLING DOWNS. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 1 December 1863

PBOVINOIAE, JSTEWS. DARLING DOWNS. we have received the following informa tion from the Talgai Diggings, which may be relied upon :— Tbe claim No. 1, north by west from the prospecting claim, have struck gold at the depth of 37 feet; this claim is owned by Meyenberg and Company, who have sunk 50 feet, and have 25 tons of pay able qnartz on the surface, and expect U- have double tbe quantity by the eud of this week. Mr. CbwlM Bdl -»-o «timsk gold on his claim on Monday last. Two parties are prospecting on tbe alluvial ground with every prospect of success. We have seen a sample of the gold found, which promises very well indeed. Another party are pros pecting on Cement Hill; they have also good hopes of a successful issue. A party of Yankees are engaged upon a reef four miles south from the main reef, and have already sot goU. The main reef, which by the road is exactly five miles distant from Talgai, is called the Queensland Beef. A correspondent, writing from the Bal ionne Biver to...

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Commercial Intelligence [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 1 December 1863

_? dSoutracrrial |nttUigtntt. Ipswich Puduos Becetved. — By Messrs. Wienholt. Walker, and Co. : 9 bales wool, marked K&W in diamond over Jondaryan ; 4 bales wool OHO over Cooyar. By G. H. Wilson and Co.: 18 bales wool, DJMC; 24 casks tallow, TW&Co.; 12 bides, TW&Co. By Hassell and Oeg : 60 bales wool. SS ; 8 bandies skins, S&W; 6 bales wool. CC. By Walter Gray and Co, for shipment per Young Australia, 20 bales wool, W. B. Tooth; 10 ditto. St Clair; 32 ditto, Co. in diamond ; 14 ditto, M'Lean ; 23 ditto. M&D; ] 34 ditto. OHO; 38 ditto. TB; 30 ditto. H&D in diamond; i. ditto, GT; 16 ditto H&FI; 10 ditto, CT; 21 ditto. Green & Co. : 20 ditto F in diamond ; 20 ditto. Tamer ; 20 ditto, St. Clair; 18 ditto, F. & F. Bigge.

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IPSWICH POLICE COURT. FRIDAY, Nov 27, 1863. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 1 December 1863

IPSWICH POLICE COTJBT. Fan) at. Hov. 27, 1863. Bichard Porter t. Carlisle Earth. This -^»C8BeonaerJtheJnastei»'andl5ervanta* Act Plaintiff sued defendant for toe earn of -£10) ten pounds due tor one quarter* mrvfce'. defeVant refosed payment on the erDmas that heoidnot getanffioent notice. f5™Bencb eewnrea the oon&i^fjplainbjr Itor lnarimr J&he ^employment wituout ana mtioev Ta*eyTOnld,tteirefo-B,«iye*;»w-, *ict *w*b* msttonly of «?? , -1515**?*?' !S«l M«- mi to bo ieuBCtea. tows ^ftobwtTtiBaltii T, CsrIide^;Sarth.-Th!s case »?» the same as preceding, Witt the 43,T-»age«s- 1*» 'Couatajsred *?--*-?-«. ^Sinfcfc^or payment *b«- defendant Tensed Porter. T«» SS^*^' rmSsseS.*!* cut, «? *%&^!rJ&a ingneta. toiettie-wWi H»m«^ „. I Charles Stephens t. ptark ? ware.— nfjfc, WffOTeaatfendarit torfflfe' «?* ***?' » ? Stated tbat be engaged with defendant *s. defendant refused1 payment, on the grounds thst fhere was property lost off the drays over which plaintiff ...

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SYDNEY MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 1 December 1863

SYDNEY MARKETS. By the Telegraph, we have papers to the 27th instant. The following is the state of the markets to that date, taken from the S. M. Herald:— At Messrs. Mort and Co's. usual weekly produce sale, the quantity of wool catalogued was 80 bales. 34 of which were sold. The Lsrrijals of the new clip this week have not TTf « *'''___f extent, and tbe greater portion jxro«ed|________t&old privately or shipped on _________________M_____enriiMh^wooUro___rs I Sheepskins continue -firm. About 2000 wen disposed of at from 6d to 7id perlb. I 1 (Tallow. — The quantity offered was rather I above the average, and prices, which were I rather firmer at the commencement of the I week, ranged about the same as last week. I Of 83 casks offered 61 were sold at from 2Ss6d toSSgpercwt. Hides were dull of sate. Tbe number cata logued was large— over 2500 — but only 400 wen sold, at from 4s t) 13s each. The latter price was obtained for a lot of 80 heavy hides; Calfskins. 2-9d to 3s 2d eac...

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IPSWICH. Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 1 December 1863

3PSW1CH. (fbox oub epecial coebespondent.) Friday. Last Thursday evening a meeting of the Catholics of this town took place in the schools attached to St. Mary's Church. The purposes the meeting bad in view were to receive the answer of Government to the memorial, emanating from their body in re lation to the purchase of a site for a Con vent and Orphanage ; and to appoint a com mittee to take the needful steps to obtain the ground sought at the approaching Crown Laud Sate on Monday (yesterday}. The chair was taken by. P. O'Sullivan, Esq. The secretary read two letters received in answer to the memorial addressed to the Government, the one from the department uf Lauds and YFrtrks, nod the other from tbe Colonial Secretary, the Honorable Mr. Herbert. The letter of the Colonial Secretary evoked a fesling of much indignation, the style and manner of it being deemed highly insulting to the Catholic body, inasmuch as it con veyed the impression of a studied purpose on the part of the wri...

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