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NOVEMBER 30. Before the Police Magistrate. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 1 December 1863

November 30. Before tbe Police Magistrate. Daniel Lysaght, charged with being drunk, being the sixth offence within tbe year, was sentenced to forty-eight hours in the cells, or 40s. fine, despite his most   fervent promises of amendment, if the Lord gave him power to resist the temptation. Joseph Geitz, for drunkenness, discharged on promise of amendment. Edward Small, charged with drunkenness, stated that he was but three weeks in the colony, having arrived by the Fiery Star. He showed all signs of being a true penitent, and regretted having indulged in a beverage the strength of which he was quite innocent of. Discharged.

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

mHS JfOBTB AUSTRALIAN is yA _. I—bad on Tub-AY, Thoxsday, and ?8_to_-._t mornings,. «nd forwarded to Country Subscribers by the earliegtnpils. ITT1' OS* ?DBSQHU'UOS. Per Quarter, in ftdTanco ........ 9«. ?' Per Quarter, credit ............ 10b. ' Single Number ? 4d. ( TheQuarter6teriniiiate«-nflie3l_tM»-t_; nsO&^u-^-SO— Septe_ber,-_id__tDeoa_- I bur, at which periods only can resignation '*e received. Notices of resignation will 'not be attended to unless given lit writing. 'Sabsoribeis -will be charged Cram tha ' dale of commencing . their snhscriptioas. II ' .' ! QXBHE OF ADTXBXIBDH. a. a. ;'Two lines, or nnder a quarter of an ? inch-iAfc- ? 1 0 Four Unefiwr under half an inch.... 2 0 ' Six lines, -or wider three-quarters of ' ? aninth . ? ................. _ € Eight Iin«M, -or ander one inch ? 3 0 : Krery additional eight Unas, under ' 1 '. an inch. ? 1 0 TKEJfSOr DISCOENT. ? 1 6 Consecutive Insertions ? 10-pcaat. jgy.1. H6 „ ? ?? „ ...... 3» ., ^f'''5 !r The- number «t i...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 10 December 1863

: JSate 1% gntfion. ABSTRACT OF SALES BY AUCTION - -' To bo hold by MABTIN and DICKSON at the City Auction Hart during the current week. - Commencing each Day at 11 o'clock. THUBSDAY— As per advertisements. 8ATUBDAY— Furniture Drapery Sundries. LAND SALE AT 2 P.M. Highly Valuable Property off Ann street, Fortitude Valley. Working Hen's Allotments, situated on the Hew Farm Boad, Brunswick street Tamrookum-street . South Brisbane Ipswich Boad Petrie Terrace. &e- fcc^ fa. ? MONDAY, DECEHBEB 14. First-dass Investment in Fortitude Valley. MABTIK & DICKSOK will sell by auc tion, at the City Auction Mart, Queen and Edward streets, on MONDAY, Decem ber It. at 11 o'clock. The lease of those desirable promises adjoining the^Foresters'Arms, For titude Valley, now in the occupa tion of Sir. 'Ward. Chemist and Druggist, and the Primary School, yielding a rental of £8 per week, free of ground rent. The lease ex pires en ' tin 13th October. 1866, and tiio buildings are to be paid f...

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THE NEW ZEALAND WAR. STORMING OF RANGARIRO. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 10 December 1863

THE NEW ZEALAND WAB. STOEMIKG OF BAKGABIBO. Tee correspondent of the Southern Crott of the 25th ultimo, after describing the defences at Bangariro. and the number of the force under the command' of General Cameron (exclusive of blue jackets), which are stated as 48 officers and 1145 non-commissioned officers and men, relates the difficulty of tbe landing from the Pioneer, gun-boat, and then enters on tbe description of the attack as seen from tbe deck of the steamer: — -On the bugle for the advance sounding, the men rushed forward, led fay their officers, covering the distance which lay between them and the object of attack at a rapid pace, considering that a thick ti-tree scrnfa covered the Whole ground, and under a heavy fire from tiie enemy, gained the first line of pits, over which numbers of them sprang and 'engaged tiie enemy. In this advance Captain Gresson received his wonnd, -'when the command of the com pany devolved on Ensign Bpfller. The remainder of tiie land force came...

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SOUTH AUSTRALIA. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 10 December 1863

SOUTH AUSTRALIA. From Adelaide tiie telegrams to the 4th instant are as follows : — The amateur theatrical performance, in aid of the Shakspeare monument, on Mon day night, was a grand success. Private letters from England state that the Roman Catholic Bishop had lost his voice, and that he had obtained the services of three foreign priests for this colony. Five persons arrived from Melbourne who are ahsut proceeding to tbe Gulf of Carpen taria. They intend purchasing their aneep «* *«b» OTUTing- northern station. 3*e party will be nnder tiie charge of Mr. Kilner. Tbe reported death or Mr. J. B. Phipson, was incorrect. The Exhibition of the Society of Arts opened with a large attendance. The Port Louit Gazette says the Alert sailed for Sydney on the 23rd OctobcJE, with 600,581 lbs. sugar. Alexander Tolmer, formerly Commis sioner of Police here, has applied to the Sydney Government for an appointment to put down bnshranging. He has high qua lifications for office. Deputy Commissioner...

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VICTORIA. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 10 December 1863

- 'VTCTOKIA. Tbe following are items of news trans mitted by telegraph to the S. X. Herald, to the 4th instant : — The Governor and family removed to Toorak on Tuesday. The deals submitted to auction were *H bought in, owing to the low prices offered. Tbe Ceylon coffee was aU bought np by one house. Java, by auction, realised 12W. to I2jd. per Ib. d.p. Fine white Java sugar sold by auction at £32 15s. to £33, d.p. Malt is enquired for : holders ask 9s to 9s 6d per bushel. Woolpacks scarce, sales at Gs 6d each. PatDa rice bought in at £23 10s per ton, d.p. Fl--ur in fair demand at steady rates, bnt Adelaide £14 to £14 5s. Foreien full weight candles br auction re alised JOJd per Ib. James tiarett was hanged at ten o'clock' on Tuesday morning for the murder of Elizabeth Beckinsale at Woodstock, on the 21st October. He confessed the murder yesterday, and exbonorated from all blame Mrs. Beckinsale, who was at first taken upon suspicion. Weather dnll, cloudy, and cold. Business generally...

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COLONIAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 10 December 1863

COLONIAL NEWS. Br the Tarra Tiarra we have files from New South Wales to tlie 4th instant, and from Victoria to the 28th ult. Public interest in Sydney seems to have been divided between the great libel case, the financial policy of tho Martin Ministry,.*ud the appearance of' the Keans. Describing the conclusion of the formerevent, the Empire writes : — ' This extraordinary case, which has occupied the Supreme Court from the Iflth November to the present time, terminated at eleven o'clock last night in a verdict for the de fendants. Sir Alfred Stephen commenced to sum up yesterday shortly after ten a.m., and did not conclude until half past six in the evening. The court was crowded dur ing the whole day, and the greatest interest in the result prevailed throughout the city. The Chief Justice's charge to the jury com menced by an attempted vindication of bis conduct in throwing his weight into the scale of the plaintiff. It was the most ex traordinary charge ever delivered by a Bri t...

Publication Title: North Australian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
SYDNEY MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 10 December 1863

SYDNEY MABKETS. By the Yarra Yarra we have pipers to the 4th instant Vbe following is the state of £hs markets at that date taken from the S.K.HenUd:— ' A better feeling ha* been evinced in tbe import market to-day, and the -L-al«rs gene rally baving shown an indination to traffic A parcel of 10,000 bnshels Californian wheat has been disposed of; the prioe, however, was not allowed to transpire. A co sider able- parcel of Machen's stoat has b'en placed at 9s. Halt has been much more enquired for to-day than for some time past; it is, consegnently. 6rmer. and held for more money, 8s. to 9«. being commonlv asked. A trade lot of Allsopp- bottled air realised 10s. 3d. Batty's red cabbage pickles bave been sold for 9s. Cd., and walnnts for 10s. 100 hogsheads Cariise Company's ale changed bands at under our quotation of £1 12s. 6d.; the exact price was not made public' w Wool. — 247 bales were offered, out of which abant 100 were sold at prices ranging from 7i to 21}d Sheepskins. — A larg...

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GALDSTONE [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 10 December 1863

[?] 'From the Correspondent of the Maryborough Chronicle.) A mbctiko of the Gladstone branch of the 'League' took place on Monday last, when several matters of importance were brought forward, -and Messra. H. Friend and J. Browne were chosen delegates for the forth coning Bockhampton campaign. Another meeting will take place prior to their depar ture, when the delegates will receive their instructions. At present they are pledged to nothing.. The foUowing are aboat the only and weekly mail service. A report ;is going the round that tie Go vernment will be prepared next session to fnrm. a railway from Gladstone to Boek hampton, a« engineers and nautical .men 'Ito^LJWree that it would be a waste «f money to attempt to dear the obstructions in the Fitarov, most it (he banks being qnicksands, as a proof of which they draw attention to the mishap to the course the ?« silver-tail ;mob' are agaukati tb a man: so between the 'pull devil an- rinft l»alcer.~ I em almoAafeaid nothing will fie'...

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METEOROLOGICAL OBSERVATIONS. Taken at 9 a.m. (per Electric Telegraph.) [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 10 December 1863

METEOROLOGICAL 'OBSEBVATIONS. T«£en at 9 a.m. (Per Electric Telegraph December 8. — Sydney, baro-nctor, cor rected, 29-985 ; thermometer, shade, 698 ; force of wind, 1 ; cloud, 10. Dec. 9. — Sydney, barometer, corrected. 29-835; thermometer, nhade. 76 2 ; direction of wind. E; force of wind, 1 ; cloud, 1.

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NOTICE OF MATION. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 10 December 1863

Notice op Mrmos. By Alderman Tho.u— That the kerbimr in IrisbHne-street, from East to BeU-street he lowered four inches. Tuesday, December 8. 1863 The Mayor called [a special meeting of the Council to determine whether the item of £12 19-i., expended on North Ipswich with out the authority of the Counp.il U,..An~.^A in the Finance llaport. The Conncil met at five minutes past three; present, the M* ror ? Aldermen O'MaUey. Thorn, Pcttigrew. Cluue, and Chubb. Before commencing the business for which the Council was called together. Alderman Pettigrew wished to ask the Chairman whether Alderman Hendren was justified, on a former occasion when he occupied the chair, in calling him (Alder man Pettigrew) to order, for using the word ** Mases.' He merely mentioned the word, not out of any disrespect to the Council, bnt to put an electric spark into the Town Sur veyor. The Mayoi considered it was in the man ner of osing the w..rd that the disorder hn' ? if Alderman- Pettigrew used it in any...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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WIND AND WEATHER. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 10 December 1863

WIND AND WBATHKK. December 8.— Brisbane, S E, and fine Lytton, calm and fine ; Ipswich, calm and fine; Laidloy, S.E, an-l fine; Toowoomba. E., and cloudy; Drsvton, N.E., and fine; Warwick, S.E, ai;d fi le ; Ualby. E^ and fine; Sydney, W., aud cloudy. December 9. — Brisbane, calm and fine: Lytton, calm and fine ; Ipswich, calm and fine ; Laidley, calm a-id fine ; Ton woomba, calm and fiue ; Draytou. E., fiue ; Warwick, calm and fine ; Daiby, E., fine.

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MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. December 5. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 10 December 1863

MDKICIPAL COUNCIL. December S. TheConncil met at a quarter past three. Present the mavor. Aldermen Clone, Cbnbb, Thorn, and O'llalley. Tlie minutes of the previons meeting were read. Alderman Q'Majxkt said that he opposed the payment of the item £12 13s., which grounds that £lie expenditure was unautho rised by tlie Council, and in order to give the Mayor an opportunity of explaining why he gave orders to have certain works performed, situated on Government land, leading from tlie ferry. The Matob, in explanation, said, that a short time ago the Council decided that all works then completed should be kept in thorough repair. . The road atone time ap peared got*), bnt tbebeavy rains wa*hrd . the gravel into the river and left tiie road full of holes. It was to prevent a recur rence of this that he oroWdaportionof the hill to be . cut off and a .cheek drain made in the roadway. It wasasserted at last meeting that this was done for his' own convenience, hint herejHidiated.sneh. a charg...

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WEEKLY CALENDAR. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 10 December 1863

WEEKLY CAJJiSUAii. MccmberlBBS. g^^ 5,^ Aat BaT Tbarsdav JO S3 0 42 2S 7 ! 3 24 9 4B Friday ? 11 5 3 C 43 0 S 10 1. 10 3* Satardaf ? IS fi 1 6 43 1 2 HlSiUli Sunday ? 13 ? 4 6 44 i * U 41 0 0 Monday ? 14 5 6 C 44 3 2 0 2 0 5' Tuesday ? IS OS ? 4S 4 2 11 1 40 ?Wedneidlj_16 66 6 45 S 2 2 ? 2 3u

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POLICE COURT. TUESDAY, DECEMBER 8, 1863. BEFORE the Police Magistrate. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 10 December 1863

POLICE COUBT. Tuesday. Dgcbhbeb 8, 1863. Betobe the Police Magistrate. Edward Small, charged with having no fixed place of residence or visible means of support, was sentenced to fourteen days in Brisbane Gaol. John Williams, charged with drunken ness, was discharged. Noah Kaper v. JI. O'Snlliran — Defendant, instead of entering plaintiffs paddock by the gate, took the shortest road, aud took down a few railx, for which unlawful act he was fined 5s. and £3 8a 4d for damage done. Samuel Duke v. Thomas Brien. — This was a case nuder the Masters and Servants' Act. The plaintiff, labouring under a state of hallucinatioa,forgot to demand the wages. Case dismissed. Wedkesi,at, Decemeeb 9, 1863. Before tlie Police Magistrate. Uowgin v.Youtee. — It appeared from the information that plaintiff lent his country man John a horse, saddle, and bridle for 14 days, mt the expiration of which time the said John was supposed to deliver op the horse, saddle and bridle. But instead of sticking to the ...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 10 December 1863

'THE KOBXH AUSTBAU AN' j» a purely social an j political organ. It belieres in a gnat destiny for thjf naturally rich aod bnatiud laai ; and it alas beltena that notfains; cia conttibnh ao povcrfnlly to the epeody attaiumnit of that destiny as union amonzst all section* and classex of ita people. TbU union is alUinaltto only on one coddllion— Bjutiay of Righto. The ' Nohtb Acsnu lUnnv01,tliercfun,u well for the adranmnent 01 tha colony, as because tbe printiple ti intnuicalL Jost, adrocata equal Oril, Reli^oa«, and PoUtici1 Bicbtaf[iTallealaDi«ts,iR-specUn ofnery coaaidec* Coa u to CreeOor ConotrT. ~ 1 . — 7 — . ? ' 'TT' ~— ~*m»».^t=w ar- -. ? - Then fairly interpreted, fully developed and allowed ficeaaiian,tobe in ibs liberality the most suitable to our condition that conU be derired. It wil: tbazfbre, uphold the Constitution in its Integrity and oppose all changes In it, except each as are pro duced by ita own adaptation and erewth. It nil condemn equally the efforts of the indig...

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IPSWICH. Wednesday. Dec 9. 1863. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 10 December 1863

IPSWICH. {[?BOX ODB SPECIAL COBBESTOSDEST.^ WednesdhV. Dec. 9. 1863. I have great pleasure in informing you that Miss Kramer intends giving a Concert in the School of Arts on Tuesday and Wed nesday next. We look forward to this an nouncement with the greatest ecstasy, knowing from the great vocal talents of Miss Kramer herself, and because she has secured the services of some of our great luminaries, who have kindly consented t» come forward on the occasion, that it will be an entertainment in every respect worthy uf this distinguished vocalist. Such enter tainments, or some other nostrum of a soothiug character, are essentially necessary in Ipswich just now. to allay, even for a few bourn, the rampant spirit of bigotrv, which seems to poison the very atmosphere of this onee peaceful town. It is said - Music and song soothes the savage breast' If Miss Kramer's entertainment has not the desired effect, then the sooner the Lunatic Asvlum is completed the better. It would he to the int...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 10 December 1863

NORTH AUSTRALIAN'.— Copies of thii journal may be had at the stole* of Me. JOHS JOHXSTOS, little Ipswich, and alia at its. O'MAIiErs Sham rock Hotel, Briib»oc-5t-xt, Iiw«*.-h

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 10 December 1863

THE NORTH AUSTRALIAN is pn£ lished on Tuesday, TmngsoAT. ana Saxurday mornings, *nd forwarded to ? Country Subscribers by the eariiestmails. ^TEMMOrSUWCBTPTIOH. Per Qoarter,1 in advance ,.,,..,. 9s. - Per Quarter, credit ? 10s. Stogie Number ? 4d. ''? ?'.-» TJwQnartersterininateontheSlstMarch, * - ? SOth June, 30th September, and SIstDeoem ? ? ' ber, at which periods only can resignation be* -received. Notices of resignation ^jill as* he attended & unless given in writing. »~ Subscribers will lie charge from the : ' dale of commencing their sobscriptions. TKBMB OF AOTEBnSDia. 1 *- ?. . ; a. A. ,T^roliaBS,ornndor a quarter of an inch...... ? 1 0 3tetjfc2iB8s,~ or under hair an inch . , . . 2 0 *'...« SnSSies, .or ttnder three-quarters of _£*$'- ' ^ **» tIKfr -^.^TVi - ?-? i - » ? ? r. - i ' 2 fi .. . Eightfiacs, or-iriB[Br one inch ...... 3 0 ***'' Every addWonarroght lines, under an Inch... .?-.£?-?§£,;-. ? fy® G Consecutive Insfflifons. ? 10 ?$ cent # « ' '; ' ' ^'***£; If ...

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Commercial Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 10 December 1863

^mnnurriai Itittltigcntt ' Tkwicb Peoducb Bepost.— From fh« ktonM of He«arc. G. H. Wilson andCo.:^! b»!e woo'. Bendemera.; 4 do do, Atderton : 1 ao do, HCXS&Oo; 7^odo,PTN; lOdodo, Pfi«verIJy[&Co.iBdiainood; SOdoio. V in aiamona . 33 do do, NILS. By Walter Gray and CoK for shipment peri Fiery Star:— 4 bales wool, K & F L; 1 B do. F in diamond ; 8 *b-. Turner; 10 do. GEE ; 2 do, aPI ; SO do^TB : 21 do. M4D ; 19 do, GD in diamond ; 30 do. Fasarfern.

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