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NEWS BY THE MAIL. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 28 January 1864

NEWS BY THE MAIL. Br the arrival of the Clarence at 115 this morning, we received onr extra, files of Sydney papers to Monday, the 25th instant. From the compilation of European and American news io die S. M. Herald, we se lect the subjoined items as the most inte resting to occupy the space which we can afford to the news at so late (earlr) an hour ? ENGLISH iSEVVS.' (From the Some Newt, November 26.) The Prince and Princess of Wales arrived at Windsor Castle, from Sandriogliam, ou November 24. on a visit to her Majesty. Their Royal Highnesses will, it is expected, remain at «;e Castle until tbe departure of the Court for Osbome, about the Hth of December. England has broken off all further corre spondence with Russia on the Polish ques tion, by the following letter to our ambas sador at St. Petersburg : Foreign Office. October 20. Mt Lord, — Baron Brunnow has commu nicated to me a despatch from Priuce ? Gortschnkoff, dated August '2G (September 1 7), in reply to my despatch to you...

Publication Title: North Australian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
1864 TIME TABLE. Showing Daily Arrival and Despatch of Inland Mails. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 28 January 1864

1864. TIME TABLE. Showing DaOy Arrival and Despatch of Inland Mails. l# I 111 I % ? i i jfiiMij ill 5 fi s -- -jffiig fj a. *? 1 1 1 y Si . i u i i - 5 llflH LI 111 tfll^i I i*5-!l r-l -iiiir Mipii Pt tfifil s * s£%* Si* li°.s-! I I &i§ ffs? m%il -j i s ? i i i n r S * ?? '? f S i ? ?**'.» I | S .* 5 Mil M I * ? And aaD ataamec to Horlhsm Bats em auauU ... ToMiay. ? .*?*- ? - ? ? ?

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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NEW CALEDONIA. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 28 January 1864

NEW CALEDOSiA. We xrt in receipt of tbe Jfotuteur de la 'XiumUe OaUiomt up to the 27ih December. In the iTtmitew of the 6th December, then is « i order: of tbs day, signed by tbs Governor, thanking the officers, oub tMMnrj «od ?oldkr* ©ftp* tattmt cffg»3»d io the vaHey of Koumac on tbe 27th No vember, in rapressipg 'die brutal aggres sions' of the aborigines on the north-western coast. Particular mention is made of die services of Messieurs Aroaud and Portait or die Infaaterie de la Marine, sergeants Rore, Gremand. Belon. and corporal MonchTO. OUier officers and soldiers are likewise ho nonrably mentioned. The officers and sea men of the Coetlogon, and the Pulton are likewise specially thanked for their services The expeditionary corps had burnt dono seven or eight villages in die wood of Poa rambbohe. and pnt the armed natives everywhere to flight. The only incon venience the troops appear to nave goffered from was hunger, bcinjj but poorly supplied with provisions. Captain Mathien...

Publication Title: North Australian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
VICTORIA. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 28 January 1864

VICTOBIA. We have papers to the 14th instant from ttel bourne. We quote from the Age as follows : — Tuat journal of Thursday reports that the cricket match between the All-England Eleven aud twenty-two players of the Ballaarat district tormiuaced the previous afternoon, after a three days' contest, in the victory of the Englishmen in one inuings, with twelve ruus to soara. The attenifamw was larger than on the preceding day, there being between 3000 and 4000 persons present during the afternoon. At the termination of die great match, a one innings single wicket milch was arranged, Grace aud Tarrant playing eight of the best men out of the twenty-two. The two Englishmen made twenty runs, aud their eight opponents were disposed of for eleven. Beferring to the illness of Mr. George Parr, du Baidigo Adcertuer of die 13th instant says :— We are glad to state that this celebrated cricketer, who, since Friday last, has been confined to his bed at die Metropolitan Hotel, suffering from erys...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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No title [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 28 January 1864

'THE NOBIH AUSTRALIAN- i ^pmelyeocUland poUtbalDrgu. Bbdbns ins grot dMUny lot thta utnraor ridi and beanttral land; Bad It also tMUera that noOdng on omldbnte «a fttwattOiT t-- *--' «i«4r attafaimott it; thtt itmBmr uuko imnt aU boOcku and danes of ita peorle. Bdi union ii attabtaU* onljon one condajon-BqniJitjofBighto. The - Koan Amnx ?UBO-wnif-chcnbnta* *»U foe tin adtanrament of me erioor, mi becn» flu prindfle b InMttfirally jnat, Kdracato etna! OtD, VeKthnu, and 1-oUUod BigfaU for all colonirt«,lll«p«eHreof every eondden Uon as to Oced or Country. It beuerra the OonrtltnOon of the »U-ny when (Urlr Interpreted, touj dentaped and allowed fa.«Uon,tob*ta «? Ubetali^- the roort snitible to our oondiUon that eanld be dericed.- It win thsefon, tqihold the OnuUtoUon in its Integrilj and oppose aU changes in it, ezeept and u atepn dneed by ita own adaptation and growth. It will ~i»J~— cqoatty the eBorU of the indigent torellsr or aoeiety who would bring mil down to a atandud te nitb)Bi...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
COLONIAL NEWS. NEW SOUTH WALES. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 28 January 1864

COLONIAL NEWS. NEW SOUTH WALES. DisToessiKG OcctmuexcE is Piit-stbsbt —Death op Ma. Isaac Nathan.— A fatal and most distressing casualty, which re sulted ita tho«WU of Mr, Uuc^N^tW. '^SvKMSKSSS^MlSin&rasctlon wltll Goulburn-rtreet. The circumstance? of this deplorable incident are stated to be as fol lows : — Mr. Nathan was a passeiiger by No. 2 tramway car, which at about five o'clock yesterday afternoon was going along Pitt street in tiis direction «f An IU)bM- ..;!_ way terminus. At about that hour the car was stopped at the corner of (joulburn -street, where a number of its occupants got out some of them by die front of die vehicle, and others at the back of it. Mr, Nathan, who lived at No. 442, Pitt-street, a few yards distant, alighted from the car at the south ern end, but before he bad gut dear of die raits the ear moved ouwards, and the de ceased gentleman was unhappily crashed beneath one of its wheels. It is said that, either in getting out or in trying to avoid t...

Publication Title: North Australian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
WEEKLY CALENDAR. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 28 January 1864

. WSBBXY CALENDAE. t wi«u Sra Smf Moo*18 Hjghwmter Jmnnmry,18«. ^isas. Sns. iOE. Bmr. B.M. a.m. m. a. XL) n. a Thnrsdmy — 2S i 35 6 SI IB S 0 61 1 16 Fridmy ? 39 6 36 111 II S 1 40 2 4 Satnroay ? 30 5 36 6 50 SOS 2 26 2 50 Sunday ? 31 S 37 6 50 218 3 12 3 32 Zfebruary. Stondmy _- 1 SS 6 49 228 3 56 4 20 Tuesday ? I 6 38 6 49 338 4 40 6 4 Wednesday- 3 539J64S SIS 5 20 5 50

Publication Title: North Australian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 27. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 28 January 1864

Wedxesdat. Jakuarv st Before John Murphy, Esq., Justice of the Peace. Dingo, a Chinaman, was brought up, charged with wandering about the Bose wood Scrub, having no fixed place of resi dence. On prisoner petting employment imme diately, he was discharged. Ellen Stanley v. Peter Hallam.— This case was remanded fnim the 2lRt instant. The defendant was summoned before the Bench to answer tiu charge of illegally working a bullock, the property of de fendant. Judgment deferred till Saturday.

Publication Title: North Australian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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POLICE COURT. TUESDAY, January 26. Before the Police Magistrate. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 28 January 1864

POLICE COUBT. Tuesday, Jakcabv 26. Before the Police Magistrate. James Leahy, charged with profane swearing. Fined 10s. or 48 honrs. George Lamb, charged with drunkenness. Cautioned and discharged.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Shipping Intelligence ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 28 January 1864

SfeiRrtng gntdligmi .' ? ~ A ABBXVaXS. _ .1 jmmigranU. Messrs. J. ana G. Hum. ^January W.-Fafry. «*«-£??£ «- toB8 ?Captain Petabridge, from Breme Island. 4*TiirTa fir vgeut. Jarary^-CUreaee. ?tamer, BOO tons. Captaus ifObnan. from Svdney on the 25th instant. Buauen: Mrs. Banixen «Mli and servant, Mrs. Smith. jrifcBeTbndge and child. Oa^nO'Bemv.MasterOTReilly. Master Shaw, Km. Dick. Taylor, Warry, ana K Harkwell, ana 16 in the steerage. DEPaXXOBE. Jannary 26. — Elizabeth, schooner, 46 ton*, Captain Hughes, &om Maryborough via jioolooiah, in ballast. Mb passengers. CLXABASCE. January 27.-CaHenaer, brig. ISO tons. Captain Magee, fir the Biehmond Birer, in ballast, with two passengers. . Ipswich SnAMOB.— The A. S. N. Com pany's steamers -will leave the wharf, Bris bane, in accordance with the following ar rangement during the current week:— This day-Tbnr»day). the Brisbane. at 11-30 .tun.: on Friday, the Ipswich, at 12-30 p.m.; ana on Saturday, the Brisbane, mt die same boor. , ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 28 January 1864

»'- FOB BOCKHAMPTON AS» POST DENISON. i:lSi3^t' T*118 A- s- N- Compwy. , %g|HQ^-.JL Steamer, COLLABOY, jWrflTtiagL will be despatched for the , ? ? ?...?-?. GEO. D.'WEBB. -''? : Agent .protem. J3I JONES, Shipdumaier. waived to -ew Premises in Eagle-street. Brisbane, opposite Bank of Australasia, W'^?** IP™'''* - Albert-street, when 1 «^ intend to xarry ,» their bonnets i* } SlS^i1* W™*'?* 8Sctent *»* «»«»»- 1 bHity of these enable them to promise their I mnporters the advantage* of », large gde,.. } fionflEY^BhioJes of all kind, obtained iron, I tUe .largest wholesale homes . in bath Mel. I bourne and Sydney, as well asof theirown I ?eonstnujtioiu- . , . j - Tbey/^tt particularly to draw attention to fhe stoek which they will alwaya have on I hands of Ameriau Buggies. Waggons. Ac, { of eveiy description. ? . . I . lo -giving 4be mbowv nation, they avail I ?with .pUasnre .Hie' opportunity it affords 1 1 tt- thank thnr-ivimer ?friends Air }Mtt£ . ?**-- *J5Kea£.*«».- - - .-?: ?'??' ?- ...

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METEOROLOGICAL OBSERVATIONS. Taken at 9 a.m., (Per Electric Telegraph.) [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 28 January 1864

METEOBOtiOGICAl. OBSBBVATlOtiS. Taken at 9 ajn. (Per Electric Telegraph.) January 27. — Sydney, barometer, cor rected, 129-965; wind 8, force 1 ; cloud, 1 ; fine. WIND AND WEATHEB. Jannary 26. — Brisbane. N., ? fine ; tyt ton. N.E^fine; Ipswich. E, cloudy; Laid ley. calm, fine : Toowoomba, calm, fine ; Draytou, K-, cloudy; Warwick, calm, dull, like rain ; Balby, N, dull. Jannary 27. — Brisbane, SJL, cloudy, Lytton. S.E, fine; Ipswich, S.K, fine; iaidley. S.E., cloudy; Toowoomba, E., dull; Dray ton, S.. cloudy; Warwick, E. by 8, cloudy; Dalby, 5, fine.

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Commercial Intelligence [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 28 January 1864

(foromwrfial ^nttUigma. Ipswich Pboducb Bef&bt. — Received by Gen- H- Wilson and Co.: 6 bales wool. 3S bales wool, 28 bales wool. By Walter Gray and Co., for shipment per Wansfel : 20 bales wool, F in diamond ; 18 bales wool. HxD in diamond; 6 bales wool, GRE: 3 bales wool, W. B.Tooth ; 32 bales wool, TB. Beceived and forwarded to Sydney by Walter Gray and Co: 30 bales wool, EAH: 16 bales wool. MxL. Weranga under. By Hassell ana Ogg: 20 bales wool.S&W; 2 bales wool, S under half circle ; 7 bales wool, SS.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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MUNICIPAL COUNCIL [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 28 January 1864

MUNICIPAL COUNCIL, Tbb Council met on Monday about ten minutes past three o'clock. Present: Toe Mayor, Aldermen Snenton, Chubb. O'Malloy. Given, Hendren, Clunc. and Pettignsw. The minutes of the previous meeting were read. * Before commencing the business of the day, the Town Clerk stated that the cheque passed for the proprietors of the Queensland Tina last week had been refused by thetn. because a redaction of a shilling had been made in the account without being 6tnt back to them for correction. After some observations. Alderman Chnbb. as chairman of the committee, paid the Is. * sooner than be losing the time of the Council discussing tbe matter. A. letter was read from A. McGrory, ask ing the Corporation to extend the period of the contract for watering the streets from three months to twelve ; be pointed out the inconvenience that wonld follow from so short a period, inasmuch as a contractor would go to die expense of getting trucks, and might, perhaps, at the end of the three...

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IPSWICH. Wednesday, January 27. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 28 January 1864

IPSWICH. (fbom oca o-ra cobbespokdeht.) Wednesday, January 27. Toesday evening, about 8 o'clock. Ipswich was visited by one of those more than ? ordinary squalls, which sometimes prevail in this climate. For some hours previous : the atmosphere was thick and heavy — a sure forerunner of the above mentioned visitor. The heat, from 3 p.m. np to the time the clouds of dnst began to rise, was most io ? tolerable. The violent dcusityof the dust ior auoot a quarter of an hour, almost rre duded the possibility of any one remaining in the streets; every one sought shelter with breathless haste. When the vivid lightning flashed, accompanied with loud peals of thunder, it re vealed to our view solitary, deserted, steets, which continued so till tlje rain ?? which came to settle the flying dust had «eased. Today has again the appearance of more rain. The gentlemen on the committee to make arrangenwnte for the recaption of U. Kx oeUemy and *wc& on W occasion of the ? -turning of »Ik- fi...

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CENTRAL POLICE COURT. TUESDAY, JANUARY 26. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 28 January 1864

CENTBAL POLICE COUBT. Tuesday. Jasoabv 26. Before His Worship the Mayor and Messrs. Buttanshaw, Harris, and Drury, Justices of the Peace. EESCDTSO A rBISOKEB. Timothy Howe, whose case was remanded ou his own reqnest, to allow him to produce evidence to show his innocence, on the charge of ' attempting to rescue a prisoner,' was brought np again this morning. His witnesses were on hand, bnt their testimony pointed to a conviction rather than an ac quittal. The Bench considered tbe charge fully proved, and inflicted a fine of £2, or seven days' imprisonment in default. THBKATEKIKG LAKGOAOE. Bobert O'Callaghan charged James Kelly with using threatening langnage. Kelly was bound over to keep the peace, himself in £40, and two sureties in £20 each. STOLEN CHEQUES. James Clark: was charged as above. He was remanded for further enquiry. EELUKG GEOG WITHOUT UCENBE. John Owens, under steward of the steamer Brisbane, was charged as above. Mr. Fowles appeared for defendant. Fined SS. or IS day...

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NOTES AND NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 28 January 1864

ITOIBS A3$m MaW8. A Lakd Sale was held at the Central Police Station, yesterday, immediately after tbe regular business of the Court. Fifty five lots were offered at the upset price of JE1 per acre. Twenty-two lots were sold — the two first being withdrawn. L. A. Bernays purchased the following lots at the following prices:— Lot No. 3, 59 acres, £ I per acre ; let 4. 46 acres 1 rood, near South Pine Biver, £i per acre; lot No. 6, 73 acres, on Sooth Pine Biver. £1 Is, per acre ; lot 7. 42 acres 3 roods, near Sonth Pine River, £1 l-er acre ; lot 8, 43 acres, near South Pine. £1 per acre; lot 9, 46 acres, near South Pine, £1 2s. per acre ; lot 10. 47 acres, L. A. Bernays. £1 per acre ; lot 13. eintaining 40 acres. £1 per acre ; lot No. 11. containing 45 acres, bought by B. Douglas, Esq.. at the upset price ; lot 15, containing 42} acres, bought by Mr. Lyons nt£l per acre; lot 21, containing 43 acres, bought by James Cash at £1 per acre ; also, lot 25. containing 45 acres ; lots Nos. 26...

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DEPUTATION TO THE GOVERNOR. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 28 January 1864

DEPUTATION TO THE GOVERNOR. Tiii: deputation appointed at the Publio Me. tin- on Thursday last, consisting of MeMa*. Raff, Pngh, Blakeney, Coote, Hem matit, and Cameron, waited upon bis Excel lency yesterday forenoon, according to ar rangement. His Excellency received the deputation very .courteonsly. and read to them the rough draft of a lengthened reply which he had previously prepared — a copy of which. lie said, should be famished to Mr. Baff at the earliest convenient opportunity. In that reply fab Excellency maintained tbe ground he had already assumed with regard to the rejection of the deputation on tbe former oocuion. and supported his view of the case by references to the Hoys] Instruc tions, the Colonial Regalations. and the Standing Orders of the Legislative As sembly. He expressed his gratifi cation at the moderate tone «f the meeting and the respectful ' word ing of tlie resolutions, and also intimated that he regarded --itii a»ti»r«*u» tba Jiun vies. With regard to th...

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WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 27TH. Before T. S. Warry. Esq., J.P. LARCENY. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 28 January 1864

Wednesday, Jakoabv 27th. Before T. S. Warry, Esq., J.P. LARCEXT. James Connor aud William Brouse were charged with stealinfi £$, the property of Samuel Davidson. Tlie prisoners pleaded ' Not Guilty,' aud were remanded until to morrow, on application of Sergeant Coffey. DBUNK AND DISORDERLY. Elizabeth Swayne was charged with being drunk and disorderly. Sergeant Lang deposed that he bad Known her as a very had character iii Brisbane fir the last year. When he apprehended her she was sitting down in company with two men drinking in the public street. Fined 20s., or 48 hours' imprisonment. Henry Gardan. a German, charged with drunkenness, said, in extennation, 'I'm a man vot got a sick foot.' He polled up his trousers and exposed a bandage on his knee cap. Cautioned and discharged. SUMMONS. Mary Ann Ganetty v. Bobert Cox. — The defendant was charged with an assault, and was defended by Mr. Doyle. Mr. Poole ap peared for the plaintiff. Prosecutor deposed that, about four o'clock on Frida...

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MELBOURNE. Tuesday, January 26. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 28 January 1864

MELBOURNE. . . : Tuesday, January 26: To-day, the Parliament of Victoria bag been opened by the Governor in person. *His Excellency** speech contains a strong protest against the resumption of transpor tation to tbe colonies.

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