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PROVINCIAL NEWS. DARLING DOWNS. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 12 December 1863

PBOVUSTCIAL NJJW6. CABLING DOWNS. fFrom the D. D. Gazette, December 10.) Tbe annual revision of the jury list took place at the Court House, on Tuesday last. We understand that a considerable number of additional names have been placed npon the Civil Jnry List. This is a movement that was much nceded,;as the proceedings in connection irith the last Civil Assizes were certainly a caution to all admirers of jurisprudence. We Have to can me aoenuon or onr readers to tbe meeting of the foowoomba Cricketers called for this -evening at the Queen's Anns Hotel to take measures for co-operating with the Central Committee in tlie matter «f the approaching match New Sooth Wales V.Queensland. All true lovers of cricket ought to attend. We Bnbioin correspondence between Mr. R. n. D. White and the Government, upon tbe subject of a Toowuomba Volnnteer Corps. Those in Toowoomba capable of bearing arms (we use this expression in pre ference to saying the young men of Too woomba,inasmnch as the Utter...

Publication Title: North Australian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
SYDNEY MARKETS. PRODUCE REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 12 December 1863

STTJKEY MARKETS. paonccE RtpoitT. By the Telegraph we have -file* to tbe 5th instant. The following is from tbe S M. Herald of that dote.-— ' Business has been pretty active dur»»g the week, orders for dm country hare conj'j more freely to hand. There is. however, no material alteration in prices, — allhougb should the new tariff pass, higtici- ltites williiave to ha submitted tn. A steady business has oeeu dime in flour, Adelaide is quoted at £14 to £11 10s per ton. Wheat 6s to 6s 3d per bushel. In liquids the oin'y alteration is - in rum; which is firmer. Sugars and teas have not been dealt in to any extent, price* the same as last week. Bice is steady, Patoa is qaotd at £30 to £21 per ton. Wool. — In consequence of tbe disputed qnestion between the buyers and produce auctioneers not haviig been settled, tliere have been few operations in wool to test the market as -to prices. .The principal lots offered at the Chamber of Commerce were sold at what may be considered fair prteea. 7...

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IPSWICH. (FROM OUR SPECIAL CORRESPONDENT.) Friday, Dee. 11. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 12 December 1863

IPSWICH. (FROM OOE SPECliL COBBESTOSDEST.) Friday, Dec. 11. Tbe following is the result of a well con tested and spirited game, which was played on tbe cricket ground yesterday : — First Eleven against the Second, with Flannogan, Gray, and Watteiston. Fibst Elcves. 1ST IKNIKG8. Harding, b Watterston ? 0 Slack. bFoden ? 1 Jobbins, th out Foden ? 16 Dixen, th ont Foden .. .. ..2 Cleary, not out . . . . . . . . 19 Forbes, b Watterston . . . . . . 1 Hanran, at Flanagan .. .. .0 Meyers, b Watterston . . . . . . 3 Meace, run ont . . . . . . . . 3 C. Quinn, (c) ran out .. .. .. 0 Stephcnson, hit wicket ? 4 Byes ? 12 Wide ? ? .. 1 Total' ? 62 2kd ikkisgs. Harding, 1 b wb Foden ? 0 Slack, b Figett ? 0 Jobbins, r)u- out .. .. ? ?? .. 0 Dixen, c Qninn .. .. .. .. 6 CIcary. b Figett ? 28 Forbes, b Watterston ... - ?? ?? 0 Ha^^r»tterStoi--. .^- --*?. ? jj Meace, not out .. .. .. ..0 C. Quinn. 1 b w b Watterslon .. ..0 Stephenson, b Figett ? 13 Byes „ „ ? is Wides ? .. 5 Total ? 76 Secokd Eletes....

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METEOROLOGICAL OBSERVATIONS. Taken at 9 a.m., (Per Electric Telegraph.) [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 12 December 1863

METEOBOLOGICAL OBSEBVATIOKS. Taken at 9 a.m. : . (Per Electric ToKsirraiiU.) December 10. — Sydney; barometer, oor rected, 29-691 ; thermometer, shade, 83-6; force of wind, 1 ; clond. 9.

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THE CHAPLAIN OF THE FIERY STAR. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 12 December 1863

THE CHAPLAIN OF THE FIERY STAR. Sir, — In your advocacy of no State-Aid to Religion in the appointment of chaplains to our immigrant ships, I venture to sug gest, that it would have been more in ac cordance with t!ie principles yon have sought to vindicate, had your lemarks npon Mr. Hinton been less of a personal character. There were other clergymen on board whose existence yon bave in your remnrks entirely ignored, and SBked no questions concerning whether they had obtained a free passage out or not, nor did you treat the question of their previous calling before enterins upon their present vocation. Now, I think if yon bad Jnst treated Mr. Hinton 's previous lite, as you did those other clergymen on board, yon would have done wisely, and then your advocacy of no State Aid to Religion would have been robbed of what appears to some of your readers animus and sectarianism. Mr. Hinton's previous connection with soles has been, that as boots and shoes in civilized countries are made h...

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Shipping Intelligence ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 12 December 1863

. j?|ipi^ ^nttUigwta. . r ???-'. ? ' ABStrATB. ?-.-.?,? i. ; ' 'Dscariqt* W- — .Tejecr*ph, -steamer, «»? ' tank,' Ccptalo ChstfieU, from Sydaof th«9-th instant. PasseOfrers— Mr, and Uxs. Harris, Mn. -mud Mrs: .JTDousall -and servant, JJr. saeVMrav Obrtstuo. Mrs. Foole, Brigadwtv - ' General Chmte, lieutenant Richardson, Mr. . - G. Seeombe, Mr. Whitwortb, Her. Robert Done, Mr. G. Nntt, Mr. D. Norris. Mr. Ashcroft, IT r. 'Cooper, Mr, J. Seafnrd Gor don, Mr. Gre ville. Mr. Honeyman, Mr. LJ^ Smith, Masters Bosch (2), and twenty-tw^ inthe steerage. ' December 9. — Williams, steamer, 400 , - tons. Captain Cjttier. {ram Rockhamptbn . TiaHary borough. Passengers— Mr. and aba. Painter. Miss Painter, Mrs. J. Jardine. Miss A. Boyce, Messrs. J. G. Anilersnn, G. m 4 .- * «k- Smith. ?Si K. MoUardo, G. Kennedy, R. * Gardiner, E. Eettrt. George J. Dnogtas.F. G.-'*ferooi. Blfgh. J. Goldsmid, and iwentr ^ sine in the steerage. , . dcobts. Williams, itam Bockbampton: 16 bales wool. a. Baff and Go ; 16...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 12 December 1863

NORTH AXJSTRAIXiS.— Oepiu of this journal m»y lie had 'at 41k stores of JU. JOU.V JOHKSTON , LitUelpnk^ud also at Ha, O'M ALLEY'S Sham nek Hatel, BrisbsM-OTeot, Ipswich

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CORRESPONDENCE. "NO IRISH NEED APPLY!" [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 12 December 1863

COBBESPONDENCE. 'NO IRISH NEED APPLY 1' Mb. Editor. — Will you permit me. through tbe medium of ynur esteemed jonrnnl, tn in form tlie public of the ioliowing fact : — Messrs. Stewart and Hernmant issned an advertisement for one or two assistants. I applied for the office, and was informed by those geiitlemeu that they did not engage Irith hands. I trnsta discerning pnblic, particularly the Ibisb. will know how to appreciate the honor (bus conferred upon them by the above Firm. I may add that many of my Irish friends have already taken the hint, and will know where to make their pur chases iu future. AN IRISHMAN.

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[?] [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 12 December 1863

?pep^r— ^.^saaWfcjgH Tbe lectures oo 'Love'' and 'War,' de livered by Privates Watson and Lang, at the Armoury, realised for the Baoj fund over and above all expenses, die sum of £10. In accordance with a requisition to that effect, a general meeting of the Volunteer Rifle Corps was held in the Armoury, on Thursday evening, December 3rd, to take into consideration the advisability pf charg ing an entrance fee to all members. The decision of the Court Martial in the case of Private Geo. Launder, tried fur in subordination, being deemed by Colonel O'Connell as not sufficiently severe, the Court was convened again on Friday, De cember 4. for the pnrp'se of reconsideiiug their verdict. After some debate on the subject, it was unanimously agreed to that Private Launder he expelled from the Volunteer Corps of Queensland. A supplementary Gazette, issued on Thurs day, Dec 3, contains a full report of all tbe addresses presented to his Excellency and Lady Bowen during their late tour, and al...

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CENTRAL POLICE COURT. THURSDAY, DECEMBER 10, 1863. Before S. Davies and L.A. Bernays, Esqrs., Justices of the Peace [?] [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 12 December 1863

CENTRAL POLICE COUET. Thctksdat, Decembbb 10. lfiO3. Before S. Daviesaad L. A. Barnays, Esqrs., * Justices of the Peace. DBUNKENSESK. Johu Duncan and liargaietTjenehan were discharged -with a dne cantinn. : HOBSE 6TEM.Ui-J. John Kingston, charged as above, -was re miwdud to Ipswich. ? VAGBAXCX. Bamuel Munro and Mary Douglas were brought up on the above charge. . The for mer was remanded— the latter discharged. tABCENT. ,. Thomas Henderson was fined 10s. for stealing liair nets from a house where he was living. AB&aCLTISG POLICE. Thomas O'Keefe vat fined £3 10s. for re belllbu again*!--1 the powers that be.' - ITELOKV. ?Enen-'orrU. oU.rejol.witfc -i««lix,B «», ?)»^OTmanri^jiu^ yMflorniw. ? - . - ?:.

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NOTES AND NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 12 December 1863

rTcxrass 'K^D x^sws Wb would call tho «pecitJ attention of our readers to ja letter -which appears iu our open column in reference to theCliaplaincy of tne sbip Fiery Star. A perusal of the commonicatioawBi provein tie first place that the witter does not practice the precepc he preaches of aroidine-aminns and sectari anism*; secondly, that Abe epistle is rather an attack on others than a defence of Mr. Hinton. and finally that it does not in tbe slightest degree affect Hie prime question, namely, llr. Jordan's unwarrantable act in appointing as CbaplainoF -tins -vessel an in dividual differing in his notions of morality from the great Iralk of tbe* nasaengers. There are bo many of tlie .statements wor thy of consideration and comm^ft. jtiiat we are unwilling to do -ttnShmbjeot less than Justice by dealing with it hastily. To that pojtiooof the letter immediately affecting ourselves, we sign, on an early occasion reply ; after which ire cha!) be most liappy to answer in the affirmat...

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THE [?] [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 12 December 1863

[?] Thbbsdat njornmjr dawned with a c]oudl«, sky. aud a quiet atmosphere. ' So stir in the ah- ; no stir in the «ca» The patrons and lovers of aquatic spits an ticipated a h*rd diy's work f-r tlie jrnwers, — tearing that tlie excessive heat would tend to ?- av tb« general enjoyment of the day. But as the d-iy advanced, tlie North wind set in steadily— blowing- a. stiff breeze, and ?iKiderating the heat that otherwise would hxve b.en excessive. At this scasmi of the year, a bret-ze from tiie North is refreshing in this latitude owin^ to the gun's declina tion from the Antipodes. £ix in«nlhs ago the effect w.mld have been different. H was eleven o'ciok before the steamer 'Tele- jr*)-h ' took up her position ii- mid stream, t.et.reen Harris's Wharf and the North Brisbane Ferry. Oaily decked with the Vlags of all Nstioiis, and gay stieamei-s sneaking to tlie landsman a thousand unknown tongues. — with decks holy, stoned for tiie occasion, and present ing from stem to stern the order aud...

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FRIDAY, DECEMBER 11, 1863. [?] [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 12 December 1863

!IJ '^sVm-ix.^&fmm ,ii,,iB68,v'; ' v BBxoUiU-A.Bomy-;Ksar^'JasUce-ofthe ,Tviaia^ Harris was idiaig«d with aronk ;«une^Wd owing to Tbui^ay having -been atoliaa^, was' disminied with, aicantutn. ??'' ^J ? ^^ -.VAOaaKCT. ? —'- — -. ' fl : San»dMnTiro, juT^Ud'nnder'tbe Tog =rant Act, w(Uir:o-)bmi»ted (t- gaol for one montii,l-r. ttogh Bell ies^fying that be , ftna -labouring oniler»l«rtation of-tbino^ aoH -' not^inaconditiootn provide for Mhiselr. ?-' ttj-.-i tfr.-. ?? ??i.---««u»wr4 -\'-- -:. v - gam Norris Vaa Wiraigned «n the diarge « having atolen £18 WWaging to Mts. SautiiernTlimdlady of Sflw *T-il%rmph'Boanl- ing-boose, in Morgaret-etreet. '? ' -:? . George Southern ?appearei on'behilf of' :his.JT%. From hisata|U»iaHt,.it appeared 'titattbe accused^ with :ber: little ohitd of about twelve mbotlis dd. pame fb his%aose !fi»S.Ipswich wSnT^ote ^ ber^Ud. ^ctb%aiat ^btq^tbe 'aoiMmmodatBd in 40sn«»«.Oti:tfie earns day be drew from ^e^ianktof AiiatralaBU 1*0 in notiei4-two fire^po...

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WEEKLY CALENDAR. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 12 December 1863

WEEKtT O&LCNSaK. '-*?;'» ^L j ISL: Iff1 itS**1 t -' . ''.??'«.».'' ».* D.I...n.JL H.». Satartar ? 12 S * C 43 1 i 10 'W XI 16 Sunday L.L.13 B * 4 44 If lit- 0,4 JTondiy _«_» 5 S-. «4t' -3 « ? OA ofO TwsdlJ _-_«i 6 5. ? B45- t 8 11C lie H-rfjHMd«r_'Il -* « «-»* ? * 2- -%-:* 2 B0 Hjnin^n'i't' '6.46 .6 a 2 5- s SJ Friday ? ,i_H ? S i « « T 2 3 S ( 16

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WIND AND WEATHER. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 12 December 1863

' ''' WINDAND WEATHER. Dec. 10. — Brisbane, calm, and overcast ; Lytton, calm and fine ; Ipswich, calm and fine; Loidley, calm end Sac; Taowootuba. calm and fine ; Dray tou. E.by X ., and fine ? Warwick, calm aud fi-ae ; Dilby, calm and fine ; Sydney, S.W^ and fine. December 11. — Brisbane, calm and fine ; Lytton. S.E? and fine; ipsirich, calm and fine ; Laidley, calm and fiue; Too woomba, calm aud fine ; Dray ton. E.. by N. fine; Warwick, calm aad fine; Datby, £., fine.

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The North Australian. SATURDAY, DECEMBER 12, 1863. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 12 December 1863

®4je' $-ir{b ^Mslinllilii. ; S^nm&AY. DECESliER 12. lt6S. '? ? ? : ? ? ? -4&r ? The ^u^ation of transportation is one which has ''liarJIy recenred that atten tion at the liands of our public which itdeserras. This apatby is, perhaps, not altogether unaccountable when we con^iior tlie great ' distance wHcli aepamres, Western [Australia fiam Queensland. Bat, if we recollect tho facilities ' cf communication 'that now exist between the different colonies, we. shall cease to sec tho difficulty, and' more earnestly appreciate tbe evil. There is nothing to prevent an orpiree gf*jjrsr himself on l*oard a mailsreamcr at King Genrpc'e Sonnd. and takings passage to Melbourne or .Sydney. Once at either of these parts, there is no obstacle, in the way of his coming here. On the contrary, there is erery induce ment for him to do go. & Email popu lation, it concentrated within a limited boundary, is usually one wherein un limited gossip and Ecaadal prevails. In such a case...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 12 December 1863

'ine. KOBML JUJSTBAUAS' is - pontr'nelal an) : poUtlcal o^gan. . Jt |-eUere- U a gnat dratiuj- far tiui oktunliy, -Uoji;.. «B4.: touiUfol ..labi';- aba JH «Im - Jwtlero tlutt nacblny '. cam . caaxribate CD ^liworfiinr lo tte Bpcjjdy' »tt«ium»ni rf ibki latennjr'k* anttii amoogtt all neOinr, and daeaw of itijeopfe' Thto iahm is attaiuaUe ?onlyoxt.omr eonditiontrSpaiBtrprR^Bta. U« » aokbi Asexu lui'wBj;iihere&re,ij veil lor, the adnmnaaat «f the egloot, *? *TS*» tbe cdndpie is WtjfaifaiHy Jinrij ^jhneatB\'iqipat''CT^PBeV(j^r»^^aUieal V^tit^jpfemlutT... .,... , ? . . ? ,. ! ? 1 :% Deueses ifl» Ooust^aUou «T . *t-eolsnj, w^laaTlitei^gtei,^- ^^ope^wd .lltwea nwfflaojiurtBojputioaljwnj wnBtheV to O««' or In Qstc^&^s^fi tar at ft bettere. tta, deMrPWa^p^iHoofimtDOtiagteijpBTiJSeeDoil. T j^.^M&aS^teeqey^^'Mpjptg-^ienM -e ; jm^^*.HrWR^W*M«»*li»*»r.-.: J J f ^iam^teadita, of.reUrtooto,^-. wfe, Un :ainuii«iJi-r«hatjarpoK..n««Wtl»1B» cmaciea 'toy^swdj/aMtt^^ojiiwia ttem....

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GAYNDAH. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 12 December 1863

GAYSDAH. (From tbe Burnett Argus, Dec. 7.) Obtkc to the inclemency of tbe weather we have had very little news from onr Gold field, and what bas come to hand is unim portant. There are several parties on the field, but, from being inexperienced in dig ging operations, they are unable to fix upon any particular spot where their labour will be rewarded. One party have dug a bole to a considerable depth, — tlicy are still throw ng up stuff1, but bave not commenced to wash any of it ; we are waiting anxiously tbe resnlt. Several are still bent on going to the Diggings, and the moment we have any cheering information of a reliable na ture there will be a rush. Mr. Gill, who was -entrusted by Peter Hansen with the secret of his discoveries, writes a letter to tbe Agrus, giving an account of his visit to the diggings, from which we make the following extracts: — 'Only two persons accompanied me on horseback ; some had started on foot the previons day. according to arrangement, so that I co...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 12 December 1863

BIRTHS. On the 1st instant, at Quay-street Rockhampton the wife of William P Crate, Esq, of a son.. At Gayndah, on 3rd instant, Mrs John Connolly of a son. - On the 1st instant , at East Street Ipswich, the wife of Christopher Gorry , Esq , J P , of a son. DIED   On the 8th instant, st Ipswich, ANN , the beloved wife of A Matrieff, Esq.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 12 December 1863

THE NORTH AUSTRALIAN is pub Jinked on Tubbdat, Thobsday, and m Satubdat. mornings, and forwarded to C.-nn^SnKscnbOTsT-y0iee«ilie8tmiia«. - ' TCBUB OF StJBSOEtTTlOK. ► ' Per Quarter, in advance ........ . 9a. Per Quarter, credit ? IOb. Single Number .......... ? 4d. . 4 The Quarters tefltoateitabe 31st March, ' 30th JaAaOth September, an3 31*Deoem * J»r.i»f5rpicli penofts only can resignation ,i ™ Sfeeivea. Notices of resignation 1HU 6j_ :. ^'' :1 ilttlkfltoiidn to unless given in writing. - ^Hfito'' ' 'w^f ' ^V&-¥KBMS ^' ADTEUTUUKO. J9RS -i.i ' -A-J^f^SHafc Twn%ies,*wF-mder a quarter of an '''.A - ^T' SiBgft''- Tin««- or wader halrmn inch. . . . *SfO h» . ' .'*% -Us ' gMBttftines. or nndiiffme inch . ?fX\ 3 0j ;^Mi«i ''^ ^ ^^Mp iadditfonat right-lines, under ^fj. ? ' ? ' sKSSKSmP^E'* Aavertisemetfk or it '???-?: ^^BSjjSp&jSSlitSJiffil until «oantorman Jed^nd ' ?T;-' * |H^i™l*fiKffiMitb-» paid for. previous!* ?*'- iiii^tf\ir~irfl?J ? M1- Watt.-.' Bookseller; SHEw* ^fm...

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