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CENTRAL POLICE COURT. [?] BEFORE MESSRS Lyons, Douglas and Davis Justice of the Peace DRUNKENNESS. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 17 December 1863

CEXTRAL POLICE COCBT. - - . -^y*i ?.??i^r^ PBUMUtBB 10. 1863. Bcrora Mesan. Lyons, Donglat, «nd Davis, Justices of the Peace. DfiOXKENNESS. Matthew Briggs and John Martin were charged with drunkenness. The former was pardoned, the latter fined 5s. OBSCENE LANGUAGE. Anne Jackson was sentenced to twenty four hours in the cells on the above charge. OBSTRUCTING THE FOOTPATH. William Carter was fined 5s. and costs, for having obstructed the thoroughfare for pedestrians by having placed furniture there on. A VmSAKCE. John Phillip Jost, pork butcher of Queen street, was charged by the Inspector of Nuisances with a violation of the law. bear ing on this subject. Mr. Garriek prosecuted and Sir. Jones, instructed by Mr. Boberts, defended the accused. After some evidence had been rendered in ths case, Mr. GarricV withdrew the information, stating, however, that the prosecution would be renewed. . AS64CLT CASE. Bradley v. Tevlin. — This was a public house row of rather a serious character. The ...

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SOCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 17 December 1863

SOCIAL. Ik a review of the remarkable events of the past month, we may porhaps class the Fourth Anniversary of the Sap^ratLa from the ad joining colony, and of our own colonial inde pendence, as thz leading feature of our monthly history. Hot that it was of itself so highly importaut, or productive of any greatercoou Mian as a general aay oi recrea tion end enjoyment ; bat taking into connec tion with our early history, — regarded as a test or proof of oar progress in tbe past and our promise of the future, it has a higher and a more significant meaning than the com parative unimportance of its own transient pleasures. Verily it would have been a sight worth seeing to any British subject who has hitherto been. sceptical in regard to the present progress aad per manent establishment and prosperity of tbo colony of Queensland, to have spont tbe day amongst the thousands of inde pendent inhabitants of Brisbane with their blithe contented looks. All national anni versaries are landmarks...

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THE IRISH QUESTION [CONTRIBUTED] [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 17 December 1863

THE rEISU QUESTION. fCONTBIBOTED.] Evebt enlightened Irishman, who has had opportunities of contrasting the forms of Government existing in foreign states with the rule of tlie British Constitution, will readily ailmit that, whatever remnant of old grievances his native land may still have to complain of, its position is nevertheless far superior, in a political point of view, to that of any other country not subject to British sway. In making this admission, he not only does justice to what is excellent aud admirable in that chef d'tnwrt of political reason — the British Constitution — bat he likewise gives evidence of his own freedom from iguoraut national prejudices, and anti quated feelings nf religious or party bate. But, while he yields not to his English or Scotch fellow-subject in loyalty to the throne and fidelity to the Constitution of Britain, his love of justice and his patriotism alike force him reluctantly to ad mit that the retrograde policy of a narrow minded and fan...

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IPSWICH. Wednesday, December 16. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 17 December 1863

IPSWICH. (fboh one own corbespondent.) Wednesday, December 16. Last night * Miss Ktamer gawie, according too snnomdBmeiit, a Concert in the School of Arts. I have rarely seen a better attend ance, both in the reserved and unreserved scats. To use a trite phrase, ' there was a crowded house.' It is a significant proof that the Ipswich people are not slow in ap preciating tried talent wherever it appears. Miss Kramer is welt known to he a first class singer, and therefore deserves the patronage of tbe public Her singing last night gave, I have no doubt, general satis faction, if one might judge of the applanse and the encores. The gem of the evening was her song ' O bright were my visions,' from the Opera of Victorine. She also did ample justice to the fine old Irish song, 'Kathlenn Mavonrneen.' . One. would imagine, from, the pathos she threw Into the words, that she was a pure Celt. She also sang 'Bory O'More' with a comicality worthy of the hero himself. The perform ance of Mr. Kop...

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CORRESPONDENCE THE QUEENSLAND TIMES AND THE TWELVE APOSTLES. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 17 December 1863

COBSE SPOITDENCB. THE QUEENSLAND TI3TES AND THE TWELVE APOSTLES. Me. Editoe, — If the Editorial Pharisee— who recently concocted an Apocryphal Epistle to the Gentiles of Ipswich, wherein the usual tribute of godliness is paid to your enlightened Journal— Lad himself lived in the days of those venerable iudividubls alluded to. there can be no manner of doubt that tbe Impenitent Thief, so far from *' snotbing' those dozen Vessels of Election (excuse the hull), would have been as assidn ous in his cringing- and mercenary adulation of their robber and traitorous Pnrse-bearer, as he is now notorious for his venal and un priucipled servility towards his present Pay master — the great modern political Judas Iscariot of Queensland ! ! ! I am, Mr, Editor, Tours, with effusion, THE BIBLICAL WHALE. Ipswich, Dtc 16, 1S63.

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 17 December 1863

BIRTH On the 16th instant, at her residence , North Quay Mrs B Backhouse of a son.

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ADELAIDE. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 17 December 1863

ADELAIDE.     The Bishop has recived letters extending   his Episcopate over North Australia.

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

strtet. Bbiebjlhe ? Mr. Watt. Bookseller, Qneen-street, and Mr. j Coffey, , Spring H'll. Wabwick .... Mr. M.'Kvot. ToowoosiB*. } Mr.w«naerly, chemist. J)iLBi ? Mr. Koch. Uaysbah ? MrXonnolly. Maryhorocgh Mr. 3. H. Boberton. BoctHAMrTON Wr. M'Killiget. TKiiKBneu-. . Mr. E. O'ConnelL *»££»*''} ^- ^Ihw» Btdket ? Mr. ^rftipr ?CnVitt. Briage streefc ~ MsLBfUjBifE.... Messrs. Gordon and Gotch, , Collins-street West. London ? ..Sir. G. Street, 30. Coruhill. ': MAIL STEAMER. QVEESELAKO STEAM NAVIGAII05 Co. ssSaW2l fPHE MA.IL STFAMEE rfHJK*^ J. QUEENSLAND. 500 a£b£M*£tJ^- tons, Capt. Ccbphrt, will 'Wrkrffri'JO leave for MARYBOROUGH. GLADSTONE, and ROCK.HAMPTOX, On TUESDAY. December 22. JOHN STEPHEN'S. Secretary. TO BOcKHAMPTOX DIBECT. fc~.J5r- riTHE A. S. N. Company's ApWM, 1 Steamer WILLIAMS, will SSBmL be despatched as atiuve, on *aStflBflf MONDAY. December 21. GEO. D. WEBB, Agent. Bfliirrs NOTICE.— LOST, on or abont the JOth instant, in Ipswich, or neijrlibonrbood. a Promissory Note at tw...

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EPITOME Friday. November 20. 1863. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 17 December 1863

EPITOME. Friday, November 20, 1868. A case of burning to death took place on Monday, November 16, at the residence of Mr. Cockerill. at tho Four-Mile Swamp. Mary Anne Coffey, a young girl aged about seventeen, a native of tbe county of Boscora mon. Ireland, who came out here in the ship Flying Cloud, wss cooking at afire which was burning in the yard, when her clothes took .fire, bhriekiuff for help, she rushed to the door of the house, anil Mr Cockerill has tened to her rescue. He was unable at once to extinguish the flames, and the wmr crea ture, maddened by pain, broke away from him, running she knew not whither with her clothes still in a blaze. The excessive pain snon caused her t.» fall fainting to the ground. Her injuries were soon ascertained to bo of a fatal character, and on Tuesday morning followlngdeath kindly relieved her from her sufferings. During the voyage of the Telegraph, steamer, from Sydney to Brisbane, which was brought to a close on the I8th Nov. an address wa...

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PHILOSOPHICAL SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 17 December 1863

PHILOSOPHICAL SOCIETY. The third anniversary of the above institu tion was held in the Municipal Chambers last TnesSay evening. His Honor, the Chief Justice, President of the Society, occupied tbe chair. After the usual preliminary business had been attended to, three members,— Dr. Sans downe, Mr. N. Bartley, and Mr. J. Douglas, — were elected. Among other matters, it was resolved to open communications and to exchange papers with similar societies at home and in the adjacent colonies. To wit —Tbe Royal Society of Victoria, Philoso phical Society of Sydney, similar societies in Tasmania and Adelaide, the Boyal Society of London, Boyal Society of Cambridge, the Boval Irish Academy, and the Royal Asiatic Society. Calcutta, A letter was read from Sir Bedmond Barry, which is referred to elsewhere in the columns of this journal. The Rev. J. Buss Secretary, then read the Annual Report, which was adopted on motion of Mr. Le Gould and Mr. Baff. His Honor, the Chief Justice, then read an add...

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SOUTH AUSTRALIA. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 16 January 1864

SOUTH AUSTBALIA. The subjoined intelligence is taken from Adelaide telegrams in Sydney papers to the 7th instant and South Australian jonrnaU to the 29th ultimo. The land sales to-day (7th instant) wera very dull, 25 lots only were sold, chiefly to the squatting interest. The average pikes realised were £1 2s. fid. per acre. A lettar has been received by the Chamber of Com merce from tbe Secretary of the Dunedia Industrial Exhibition for 1865, invisbw «o onaration. The prospactoa of tbe » J-jhnHi ianmO. »jnate&SS!Sf TbS ' nu lsaftttsbsaa. Bed mat baa ap|-ear«4 in many places in the Eastern and Southern districts. The Commissioners for Crown Lands and1 Public Works, with tbe Chairman of Gm Central Boad Board, started this morning (6th instant) to determine on the best cross ing place over tbe Murray. Sales of silk-dressed floor have taken place :— Country brands, £11 ; town brands, £1110s.; wheat, 4s. 4d. The.Government intend introdnchur a scheme for enabling colonists, to o...

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[?] [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 16 January 1864

*~I3EHn*3SjS^^, The Hobort Toon .Mercury renort a. f.nn— v ofttelruitcrnp. Barty^ ft^sonfSK promise of fruit was most sbtudanVanb. eS it continued until the apple blight visited some of the apple growing districts. Up to that time, it was believed that there would be no shortness of crop, except pears. Sow, however, ftbe failure of ihn ftnnle cmn lias *n be added, and, since the late winds and rain, many of the smaller fruits. All the cherries bordering on ripeness have either bees completely destroyed, or rendered! comparatively valueless. Gooseberries and currants have suffered, but in a less degree. The same may also be said of strawberries. Bat with regard to raspberries, in some of the raspberry-growing districts the future will be complete. In many places (says the Mercury) we hear of the bashes being torn up, or their being swept away root and branch. This has been particularly the case, we understand, in the Kingston and adjoining district!, where, instead of having jam for ...

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FRIDAY, JANUARY 15. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 16 January 1864

Fbtdat. Jahuaby 15. Before Messrs. Cribb, Warry, Webb, Price, Bottanshaw, and Bernays, J.P.V - ' PBUKBJHSESS. John Walsh, drank, first offence, dis charged. Peter Thompson, drunk and disorderly on Spring Hill, between 12 and 1 o'clock on Friday morning, fined 10s. or 48 hours in default. DASGEBOUB tUKAHC Ellen Cavanagh was charged by her husband with being a dangerous lunatic Her husband deposed that be sought pro tection for bis wife, that she was rerv vio lent. He bad been employed as a laborer on the Peak Downs, and while there, she bad become so nnminageable and useless as a wife; praying all the time, and rising at unseasonable hours to go to chipd, that she bad become a serious hindrance to bis welfare, &c Dr. Mooney had advised bim to bring her down to Brisbane to see Hr. Muffin, nf whom she was always talking. The conduct of the accused in court seemed to warrant the complaint, and she ma remanded until to day for medical examination. LaBCEHT. William Bate. George St...

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VICTORIA. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 16 January 1864

VICTOBIA. From Melbourne telegrams in Sydney papers to the 7th instant, and Victorian ournals to the 4th instant, we extract the following : — The Escorts to-day. 7th instant, have brought down 13,856 ounces. The sugar trade is very brisk, over 12,009 bags Mauri tius were sold to-day at £42 10s to £40 15s for good white crystals, £36 10s to £40 for counters. At the wool sales on the 6th instant, good prices were offered. Large clips were mostly bonght in. Sugars very firm. Two cargoes of Mauritius are repotted to have changed hands, but prices not divulged. 600 bags grey crystals were placed at £39. Flour market firm. Prices well supported, bat no actual advance. Sales of malt have taken place at 9s 6d per bushel. Parcel of maize, 700 bags, quitted at 4s 6d. Three bushes sacks Bold at 19s per dozen. The City of Melbourne (s.), sailed at 1 p.m., on Monday, 4th'instant with the Syd ney Albert Club Eleven on board. The Clarence Hotel, on the departure of the Albert Eleven, was the grea...

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CENTRAL POLICE COURT. THURSDAY, JANUARY 14. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 16 January 1864

CENTBAL POLICE COUBT. Thubepat, Jakuabt 14. Betobe Messrs. Bernays, Buttanshaw, and Waxry.JJVs. CBABGE or StaiXCI OF D0TT. Serjeant William Johnston, keeper of the lock-up, was remanded on a charge of neg lecting his duty by allowing a prisoner to escape.

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ALL-ENGLAND ELEVEN v. VICTORIAN TWENTY-TWO. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 16 January 1864

AIA-EKGLAXD ELEVEK V. VtCTOEIAS TWEBTC TWO. The play commenced at noon to-day (Mon day, 4th inst) by Caffyn and Carpenter going to the wickets, to the bowling of Bry ant and Costick. By two o'clock the Vic torians had succeeded in taking the wickets of their English opponents, the score of tbe Eleven being 176. After lunch Marshall and Sweeny were sent in to the bowline of Jackson and Tinley, and when the stumps were drawn this evening, sixteen of the Vic torians had lost their wickets, the score being np to that time 90. A large number of spectators were on the cricket-ground during the day. The following are the scores : — All-Eng- land, 176; Victorians, sixteen wickets for Melbourne, 1 p Jn. The wickets were pitched at noon on Tuesday, 5th inst. Smith and Cod way went to the wickets, with Jackson and Tinley bowling. Conway, bowled by Jackson, 1. Wilkie, bowled by Jackson, caught by Lockyer, 6. Eighteen wickets for 100 runs. Smith and O'Brien at wickets. 2 p.m. The bowlers were ch...

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NOTES AND NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 16 January 1864

NOISB JOSm KEWB. Thb meeting of Council on the coining Monday will be one of great interest. The following reports will be considered: — Finance, Improvement, Town Hall, and Bridge. Tenders :— Bine Metal, Culvert on Wickham-street, and Box Drains. Notices of Motion: — By Alderman Jeays — 'That the Government be requested to lay ont the roads on Bekerve 1) chains wide.' By Alderman Mayne— 'That Government be requested to leave unsold allotments in sec tion 160-3.' By Alderman Martin—' That ? street nnnamed.be stamped.' A MDEiTtro was held, at the Armoury, at talf-past four o'clock last evening. Captain H. D. Pitt in the chair, for the purpose of considering the report as submitted at a former meeting. It was approved of and adopted. It further transpired that the net proceeds for the past year had been £100. £60 of which had been paid for prizes (cash), £20 for advertising, and the balance remain ing on band is £12 9s. Id. Thns It will be seen the pecuniary affair* of the association...

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PEAK DOWNS GOLD FIELDS. December 20. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 16 January 1864

PEAK DOWNS GOLD FIELDS. (From tbeiCorrespondenceof the Northern Armu.) December 20. I must be as concise as possible with the re mainder of my letter. I had expected to have had to repeat the same dull story as hitherto of late— nothing new struck. It affords me much pleasure indeed to state that I am happily relieved from this neces sity ; after many rashes and rumours of mshes, ending in little or nothing, we have, at last, I believe, two good substantial rushes, one to M'Donald's Flat, Old Dig eines. where the sinking runs, as I have already said, np to thirty feet. The other day Expectation Creek, here— some call thiB Prospector's Creek, in fact there is a little confusion which is Expedition Creek —however the creek rushed was pegged off for a mile and a half in a couple of days last week, from toe month of Tin Dish Gully to Marshall's Gully, Doctor's Point; few holes have been as yet bottomed on account of the water, but I understand it is contemplated that all hands shall uni...

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ARARAT. January 15. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 16 January 1864

ABABAT. January IS. In the match between the Englishmen . ' and the Ararat players, the former bare : obtained one hundred and thirty-seven (137) runs for their fist innings. Theke was a meeting of tbe members tkjC , tthe School of Arts, in that; building, on the . night of Thursday last ' The -chair was occupied by F. ,O. Darrall, Esq. The quarterly .financial . report was .read by the , Secretary, sod showed the accounts of the associatian to bo'erenly balanced for the inoiilh ending December,, 81«t, 1863. Oa . TOoUpp.ofttessra^yiieminant. and Taylor,- . Means.' 'B. p. .Darirall and C. J. Trundla . irer^ elected aoditors, .There was -no otter - : bosueu of ^portance wocthy of . detail, ?aW^meSHns iptai^iiatt«i»ra»..»a-.. ? Hf9&;;^v ...;';...;:.-/r. ::.-::.i._-:::...--- - ? .'^?''I'livV ' ?

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COLONIAL NEWS. NEW SOUTH WALES. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 16 January 1864

COLONIAL NEWS. NEW SOUTH WALES. We have much pleasure f says the Single ton correspondent of the MaiOond Mercury) to_ record the capture of the notorious vil lain Mackie, through the energy of senior sergeant Thorpe and some other members of the police force. The rails are now laid on the MaiUand and Slorpetb Railway as far as the Queen's wharf; a siding of about two hundred yards in length is partly finished. The switches are on the grouad ready for fixing, and a staith has been erected near the line or the purpose of loading trucks with bal ast which has yet to be laid down along tho line. The station -house at the junction of the main and branch lines is nearly com pleted, but there is no appearance of prepa ration for the station-house or sheds to be erected at Morpeth.— JTaiOmd Mercury. Sydney telegrams from Deniliquin under date 7th instant announce : — The Biverine Council sat on Tuesday and Wednesday, ?-th ana 6th instant. The president was in structed to return to Sydney im...

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