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CORRESPONDENCE. THE SERVANTS HOME. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 1 December 1863
POKEESPONUBNCE. THE SEBVAHTS' HOME. : Em,— I have lust read with great surprise your article in Testerday's (Thursday*) taper on the subject of the Servants Home, and I cannot refrain from Writing to endea vour tn correct the errors into which yonr remarlcs may lead a large portion of oar townspeople with regard to their conception at the object of the establishment, or rather the intentions of its promoters. Ton have 'so misconstrued the intention of the Com mttfaus as to eccuBe them** wisbingtomake i whit ought to be a public tnstitntioniorthe j benefit of the whole town into a narrow | coctsrUn project. How.Mr^Editor.lBhall tak-rleave to contradict you flatly, and beg vonroardon -afterwards when I have done toy Vast to proTe the great injnetice of yourareflecUons on thoee-whoareeonnected with ihe movement. A«ttw ortguatoroi J the scheme, and consequently one who has I t fcell*l»n*»*ay wtotSicaj»«n defence of 1 those who bave generously assisted in pro- 1 tnotingit. Tbat I ?on-rea...
WIND AND WEATHER. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 1 December 1863
WIND AND WEATHER. November 28. — Brisbane, S. and fine; Lytton, S, and fine; Ipswich. SJE, and fine: Laidley. SJEU cloody; Tonwoomba, calm and dull: Dray ton, N J5, and cloudy; Warwick, EJSJ5, and dull: Daley, S.E, and doll ; Sydney; 8.S.W., cloudy.
NOTICES OF MOTION. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 1 December 1863
HonCES or motion. By Alderman Jeats : That a special com mittee to be called the Public Beserves and Becreation Committee, bo appointed for the pnrposeof urging on the Government the ne cessity of forming public parks and re By Alderman Szefbkbe: Tbat the foot path in Ann-street, opposite the Presbyterian Church property, and from thence to Albert street, be cut through to the same level as ie roadway, and that tto whole of the ma terial be laid on the streets of Frogs' Hoi ow. : The Council then adjourned.
CAPTAIN TOWNS AND THE FERBY. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 1 December 1863
CAPTAIN TOWNS AND THE FBRST. Alderman Jbays said he bad noticed a re port in one of the papers in relation to the late case in court between the Corporation and Captain Towns. In the report it ap peared tbat the Captain had dictated terms to the Corporation. For his part be disap proved of a man attempting to use coercion -when he was brought before the judicial bench in answei to a charge. The Mayob said, in explanation, that when Captain Towns spoke about his with drawing the information, tliat he told him he could not. because the Council had al ready determined to put on a steam ferry, and that as soon as possible. .In fact that arrangements had already been made for es tablishing a steam ferry. It -was moved by Alderman Mayhk. and seconded by Alderman Stepbexs, that ' the Quarry on toe Mais Boad at Kangaroo Point be let by tender, gndthat tenders state the terms of commencement andlimit of time.' Carried. A motion by Alderman Mathe. that twenty feet be taken off the top of tin ...
MISCELLANEOUS BUSINESS. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 1 December 1863
MISCELLANEOUS BUSINESS. On the motion of the Maxon, a letter from Mr. Gilspn (whose residence is behind the Windmill, near the Observatory) asking that a culvert adjacent to his house, and lately much damaged by the rain, should be re paired, was referred to the Improvement Committee On the motion of Aldermen Jeats and HocKiHGE, a letter from Mr. Tbos. Grenfel. offering Councilaquantity of earth for filling up purposes, for the trouble of carting it away, was referred to the Improvement Committee. A letter from Mr. John Cameron, asking for improvementof the present bad condition of Talbot-fitreet, was bud on the table. A tetter from Mr. James MiUon. builder, petitioning Council to re-consider their de termination to take twenty feet off bis property in Ann-street, was ordered to be laid os the table. A letter from Mr. A.C. Gregory, asking Conncil for equal frontage on Qceeo-street and Burnett Lane, was ordered to lay on the table. A letter was read from A. W. Manning. Esq., Under-Se...
WATER COMMITTEE REPORT. 17th November. 1863. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 1 December 1863
wateb committee report. 17th November. 1863. ' Your committee having carefully consi dered the plan for supplying Brisbane with water from tbe heads of Ithaca Creek, as proposed by the Surveyor-General, and bav iog compared it with the Enoggera Greek plan, submit tbe following report. The site proposed fora reservoir on Ithaca Creek is 4 J miles from the city, and tr.e alti tude, according to Mr.' Gregory's report. . sufficient, after allowing five feet ner mile for friction in the main pipe, to deliver the water at an elevation of 164 feet above high water mark. Tbe level of tbe streets of a portion of Spring Hill and Wickham Terrace being 177 feet, this portion of the city could not be supplied from this source. From Enog gera Creek the water would be delivered, on the same calculations, at an elevation of 202 feet, or 35 feet above the highest part of the city. The proposed reservoir' on Ithica Greek would include a space of about twenty-eight acres, and contain aenpply.for twelv...
DECLARATION OF THE POLL. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 1 December 1863
DECLARATION OF THE POLL. Agreevbly to announcement, the Municipal | Chambers were thrown open to the public at noon on Saturday last, when the Mayor officially announced tbe result «f the Poll, as already published in our last issue. Mr. Alderman Mabtin— by virtue of the highest poll— was the first to make bjs bow to the public for the honor they had con rred nnnn him. He nledced himself, in a general sense, to devote himself to the in- I terests of tbe public, and to work bard 1 ?? with an eye single to' the public welfare. I Mr. Alderman Hockisgs followed in brief and appropriate terms, and in other words I reiterated the promises of Mr. Martin. Mr. Alderman Bbookes appeared by 1 proxy. Mr. Fugh returned thanks on bis I behalf, and trusted that the ratepayers would never have reason to regret their j choice. I Mr. Gockebeu. thanked those who had j voted for him, and in a spirit of true pliil- 1 osopliy. whose greatest triumph is patience nuder defeat, expressed the opinion that th...
MONDAY, NOVEMBER 30. 1863. Before the Police Magistrate. DRUNKENNESS. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 1 December 1863
HokDaT. Novsmbeb. 30. 1863. Before the Police Magistrate. . .AtolReaTtriile^oaKnUly to the above charge, «--d ana SuwUhl . * (Benjamin Bathunt was charged ^ with having been drunk and disorderly. Thede iendant said the charge had been very much exaggerated, which statement fanmght eon-' stable Crawfordjnto -he witness box. He deposed that when be apprehended. One de iendant, he was staggering through the streets at Kangaroo .Point, talking aloud to tnmselC and saying that he had bought tbe whole of Kangaroo Point for £4000. Depo nent tola himto go borne— that the public street was noplace for a. man in his condi tion. &c upon which, the defendant said the police constabulary werea set of rascals.' and that if he (wOnecs) did pot leave Urn, he woald procure his dischargeTor I''!''' and nndne offi oionsness. ' Sergeant Johnson, deposed that Bathurst was drunk wben brungnt to the lock-np. , The defendant pleaded that be had already been thirty-six hours imprisbned. and he inten...
BRIDGE COMMITTEE. 23rd November 18630. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 1 December 1863
BBIDGE COMMITTEE. 9HrA Knvember. 1RR3. Having examined tbe modified plans of three bridges, submitted to your Committee, and now laid before this Council, we recom mend that tenders be invited for the con struction of a lattice girder bridge, and for a wire suspension bridge in accordance with the plans and specifications, such ten ders to be from either of the above three plans, including the whole of tbe materials laMiniiTid inrt Jtuejerec-inn of the bridge com Tbat tender*, under tbe design ftarofebed by Konson and 1/Aoson. be received for the erection of tbe bridge— tbe Corporation find ing the iron-work required for its construc tion—such tenders to be received at tbe Mu nicipal Council Chambers on or before noon, of Monday, tbe 4th January. 1864. Your Committee also recommend that they be authorised by this Council to ar range for procuring the money required for the erection of tbe bridge on tbe best terras procurable, and in accordance with the Brisbane Bridge Act.
MEETING OF COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 1 December 1863
MEETING OF COnKqiL. The Council met yesterday afternoon, in tbe Municipal Chambers. Tbe minutes of last meeting wen .read and approved. Present: HU Worship the Mayor, Aldermen Stephens. Hackings. Jeays, Martin, and Hayne. . ' ' OOKB.B!FOKDeSCE. ? The following fetters were. read:— One from the Mayor to Mr. William Coote, asking tor working plans and specifications for Town, HalL A letter from the Captain of the steamer Diamond, offering to sell tbe Corporation a quantity of broken Une metal for- Is. 9d. Ptt-tOB.- .-..?,. t. . ?' ... Moved by Alderman 6TETHMS, «nd se conded by Alderman Maotb, that the letter be reTernd to the Improvement Committee. *Onthen»*ion of Aldermen lun and Mas «K.a pnttionSnim the Bev. Mr. Charles Ogg asUnjrthat 4he footpath between ins hoaae and the £rBt»ybxiao Church in Ann-street should be cot -LefuU width, ni referred to Ho Improvement Committee.] BEFOBI*. The Teport of the Finance Committee was thenfcad and adopted as below : — FIKANCB COMMITTEE. Week en...
The North Australian. TUESDAY, DECEMBER 1, 1863. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 1 December 1863
TUESDAY. DECEMBER I. 1863. Orm contemporary, the Northern Argus, has on various occasions de voted a portion of its space to a review of a scheme of Parliamentary represen tation published in our leading columns. However much we may differ from oar contemporary in. his_Dolitical formula. it cannot effect our appraiaiaMNPthe excellent and courteous spirit in which be conducted his criticism. This same spirit is of so rare oocarrence nowa days, that its appearance is well de serving ofnote and approval, from what ever may*be the source from whencm so commendable and truly wise a proce- ! dure may spring. The contrast to such ; conduct presented by writers, who see every argument of an antagonist through a veil of prejudice and deny all merit to those who differ with them, not on the merits of any separate sub ject, but on the general ground of dif ference is so humbling a reflection to I all who pursue the career of journalism j with any more exalted idea than that of J lucre, as to m...
No title [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 1 December 1863
«THK^OBmjLIBSrtt»tJ*W'i« aWmnljf anrtal *m» falitks-Iacsn. HI»UeT««tamgni-t-lMtliiyfw«iti satnany ; li* . an*- beaati&d land; an* 'ft sate lieliefai that nothing can eontribnto » fomrttpUj to theapeedy attainaunt .vf ttat dstinj ai union ammgat all aectteni and dauei of its people. Xbls union is -tt«lniW« onfrqn ope wmBttoQ-fipaBtjoCBigbte. Sh..c Sorts: Afflnai- uut»waLttaBfc«,aj «eD fcr the«dvaiie«a-ait«f tin eobnr. as bnut the pttodplo tl lnWnrtf«ny Jost, adraeat* tqnal CfarO, BeOgkns, and lMiUeml SSgUtM Or all ooteiijte, imsjestf n si mtj eonatden tianastoGreedocOoimllT. - - , - It beOms the OonaataBon «C OM.ootony, wbm USAf inteqnted,' taOj mmbpei'mnd mOrnd tee action, to l» in Its UberalUy the most salt-bis to our eoodMoa that conU In aeriaei. It «fll tbtntoca, uphold the 3Qt-n«ra«on into tntagd» and oppose an aiangwln«,eiospt nehaiantco dond.br Us own «aa|*atknJ-id growth. It -*ffl condemn eavaBy.tha ettcts of the lndigont fentkr OT auietj uliuwuuM bring an down' to » ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 1 December 1863
gaits bggffifirc. ABSTRACT OF SALES BY AUCTION To be held by MABTIN and DICKSON »t the City Auction Mart during tha current week. Commencing each Day at 11 o'clock. TUESDAY— . .- 45 boxes Steele's Liverpool soap - Patent mortising machine. ?SfcEDNESDAY— : Buggies '? Billiard tables. THUB8DAY— . .-As per advertisements. 6ATI7BDAY— '.fSloor H«i«e . Tnrnitore 'Sundries &c,&C &c THIS DAY! ] Patent Mortising Machine complete. MABTIN & DICKSON will sell by auc tion, at the City Aactioo Mart, THIB DAY. December 1. at 11 o'clock. Patent mortising machine, complete. Also, 1 BisseU's patent floor cramp, in good - ctcgjot and. condition* Terms at sale. THIS OAT. 45 Boxes Steele'a liiTerpool Soap. MABTIN and DICKSON will sell by auction, at the City. Anction Hart, THIS DAY, December 1, at 11 o'clock. 45 Boxes, each 5$ lbs, Steele'a Liver pool Soap, is good order and con dition. Terms at sale. MONDAY, DECEMBEB T. Magnificent Allotments on Wickham Terrace. Being sn...
NOTES AND NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 1 December 1863
3STOXJES -cVCTJD NtiWS. In our issue of the 24st or November, under heading ' Notes ana News,' appeared some amusing reminiscences of ? recontre at the City TOne Vaults, between a gentleman of sity. HU value as the type of a class which should not be allowed to emigrate and of which, nnfortnnatcly, we have already re ceived too many samples, led to his receiv ing a distinction by appearing in any por tion of our columns, unless that devoted to Police, which we should otherwise have hesitated to accord to him. When penning the particulars it never occurred to the writer that there was a possibility that Mr. \f. G. Short, the energetic agent of the well known G. Boirer, gas engineer and. con tractor, of the Tulani Iron Works, might be confounded with the nameless individual. Having since learned that Mr. Short has been qnixzed on the subject, we desire to destroy the chance of mistake by declaring that that gentleman was not our casual acquaintance of tbe Tanlts. Indeed we think it im...
Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 1 December 1863
liPI gnbUipte. ABOTALE. November 30.— Telegraph, steamer. 700 tons. Captain Chatfield. from Sydney. Pas sengers: Captain H. O'Beilly. Mr.andMrs. Palmer, Mis. C. U'Kand, lire. Fraser, Miss Una, Hiss S. Layers, Miss Harrington. t3aptain SadWr. Messrs. KeUett, J.B. Pe terson. O. BeaV Ferguson. & Thompson, D. Balmu. H. lK»gan. H. S.Klarck, and 21 in fhe steerage. IHEI^STIJBES. November 38.— Douglas, schooner, 93 tons. Captain Stewart, for the Richmond Hirer, in ballast No passengers. November * 28. — Margaret and Mary, schooner. 77 tons. Captain Pratt, for the Richmond River, in ballast. No passengers. - November 28.— Urara, steamer, £00 tons, , Captain Wiseman, for Sydney. Passengers : Messrs. H. Unmade, J. A. Todd. H. W. Palmer, H. Mossman, TraTerf, E. Lawrence, Charles Wiseman, Collier, Buchanan. Wil liam I. Helfitt. A. W Sergison, G. M*Crae. and aboat 25 in the steerage. imposts. San. Francisco, from Hamhnrg: 1 case, 145 cases spirit*. H«n«iW and. Co; 1 case, ?** LjWe willow...
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 1 December 1863
MARRIED On Saturday, November 28, by the Rev. E. Griffith, GEORGE, second son of Captain George Alexander, R.N.R., and nephew to Major Charles Mudie, late of H.M. 16th regiment, to SOPHIA, sixth daughter of Cap- tain Ross Lewin, of H.M. 70th Regiment, and relic of Mr. Thomas Brett, late of Ipswich.