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TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. SYDNEY. Tuesday, January 26. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 28 January 1864

TELEGRAPHIC JSJJrtWS. (PBOH OCK OWS COBRESFOKDBJiT.) SYDNEY. Tuesday, Jannary 26. Rapid rise to floor; consignments to Mel bourne also ou the rise. A determined agitation for Separation is resolved upon by tbe Riverine Settlers. The Begatta came off to-day (Anniver sary Day) with good success, till the weather broke. Heavy gale nor blowing. Wednesday, January 27. During the gale yesterday evening, several boats were capsized, .but fortunately no lives wens lost, though some of the boats are still missing. A ybnng man named Creaghwas killed on board jtiie flagship, through an accident Hlji I air*''* 1y*-' fl«''l'm;'jl« nf ? *t-—'«. ? . Tbe picoic of tie Caiholic Yopng ManV Society has been vary anecessfat X. scuffle took place on boarS the steamer, when returning Jiome yesterday, during wirich a lad named Hill sustained aerionB injuries, from Ihe effects of which he died to-day. ,

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POLAND. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 28 January 1864

POLAND. Affairs in Poland are becoming more and more terrible. The lady superior of (he convent of St. Felix and Countess Ledoe bowsks, sister-in-law of die Papal Nnndo at Brussels, have been sentenced to decapi tation at Warsaw, while die military power of Bussia there is more generally execrable thau ever:

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

MELBOURNE. January 26. Tbe Victorian Parliament meets to-day. His Excellency the Governor has received a despatch, to the effect that transportation to Western Australia will be continued mo derately until the inhabitants object to it. Sailed— The Maid of Civerton, yesterday, for Brisbane. Jannary 27. Colonel Pitt has issued orders to stop the enrolment of Volunteers for New Zealand, in consequence of the Victorian Government protesting against it.

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AUSTRIA AND CROATIA. Vienna, December 1. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 28 January 1864

AUSTRIA AND CROATIA. Vienna, December 1. Tbe Obergespass. Chiefs of die Public Administration of Croatia, who have met here, have resolved that Croatia shall send deputies to die OnnciJ of the Empire, pro vided tiiat die February Constitotiin be modified in a manner guaranteeing to the Croatians die maintenance of their anto nomy, die integrity of their territory, aad die disposal of die direct taxes and re venae of CroSa.

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SYDNEY. January 26. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 28 January 1864

SYDNEY. January 36. [TBBOOGB «UVUXI ABD B1BO, BSOTU'e AGENT6.] The prices oTeugars have again advancea, the Sugar Company having fixed quotations £4 higher. A Free-trado Association was formed yea Ksrday. :'\.. . ,..;.-. . ?. ; . ?? ?-??'??? , To-day is observed as a general holiday* '..?'*! . ? -\- -! ^fiiBBJr. *?&?'*? The Aomveraary Begatts took place yc«t«raa|r. A vreUrt mtbarir tmrattr suddenly broke over the harbor. The strength of the wind prevented a number of the intended races being run, and several boats were capsized. January 27th. The Assembly are discussing the adop tion by tho House of the report of the Com mittee appointed to consider tbe Stamp Dnties. The doty on the conveyance or squatting property is strongly opposed. Captain Sounders, of the L2th Begitnent, who. it will be remembered, was some time since charged by bis superior officer. Colo nel Hamilton, with breach of military disci pline, and tried by court-martial, has been acquitted.

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THE SCHLESWIG-HOLSTEIN QUESTION. Rerlin, December 1. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 28 January 1864

THE SCHLESWIG-HOLSTErN QCESTIOK. ? ' ? ~- tteriin: Daeember 1. 4. depaXcli ot Earl BhsjeH; on the Sebhs ww-Holcteni qoestfon.^Satea ttie-2*rd of November, : to Sir Andrew Biicnanan, English Ambassador, has been 'imb lisbed. * . .' * This despatch jperfeeHv cbincHes wifli , | Earl BnsseUls despatch to Sir Alexander tfalet. V - Vienna, December 1. The ifcnmt Corre*p-mde3u of to-day falamesJthe Delay of die Federal Diet in not having yet resolved to carry ont coercive measures against Denmark, stating that the Aostrian military representative iiss osen Already ? week in Frankfort to forward} tfa« raqtnuts ftvpantlOBI for At porpnsfc

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THE POSTAL SERVICE BETWEEN ENGLAND AND AUSTRALIA. VIA. PANAMA. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 28 January 1864

THE POSTAL SEBVICE BETWEEK ENGLAND ASD AUSTBALIA, VIA. PANAMA. .-..-.?' AnjiwwmenW*»ieon.tr«eSJBir.liwejreai» ? , for#^MMr«nb^t^«teu-e»batw(«ki - .. - Panama and New Zealand has just been completed between the Hon. Crosbie Ward, on behalf of the colony, and die directors of the Intercolonial! Royal Hail Steam Packet Company, whicb for some time past has had. a line of steamers between Anstralia and New Zealand. The time to be occupied be tween Panama and New Zealand is tiiirty days, nnder penalty for excess and bonus for shorter periods, and the subsidy is to be £76.000 per annum for die entire route, com prising Panama, New Zealand, and Sydney, guaranteed by die colony of New Zealand alone. The service is to commence abont the 1st of Jannary. 1865; and it will com plete die circle - of British mail steam ser vices round die glob*. — Shipping and Her- ,- v amtge O*»tt«, November 25. : j

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

grits bg gat&m. SATOBDAY. JA1TOABT 30. Qujurter of an JLcxo nwftS on .nm *-df «' ? r^ch'Si ;? fflp?**$$i»SiV w ? ?, rpome^HO^ with detached JKitcbeo :k .Ligf Sj^^p?*' ***' **0|lplad *atvl{h7nmrew^iiuntot£3''wmlk~ of the General ..^fcr/^-'^^gf^:-'. ???''?;?? . iimKim^tiE & C^ffiEbN b»v« received '^r^aW iwa iMBgtttony ritaBted genUe ?f''i*-^^-*»^Wi,.«id, ?ity rooms. '-': '' ' 43emg0swEaiTu!ons of pqitibcnMo. ; . '?' WBnoggera,frontiog*wo Govera ? -': '-IS^lS9^ !:?*»»ll--le Ofthese Jj!' $ffiffy®ffo$b*goo& hatdwood ^ ?»rpo*»Jlja;ience» «\d as soon as ' ' the wDoIe of the surtfooppnig , .;»? SWfrTi^r, «»'????'- ^??-:i- ;;.' . The Mctiaoetr£ may «$al«i i&MBcisguni, A. W.'lUntibig, O.jji.. »u»4 -i,;iFt--;lfao» 5'to,*a8hbpwrh«-d of : theee properties, *bM& -to Btiwot ibe £z-ot: star thai*. konM, f r-?^«%^laBtttegewaflt.' ?'?;'-:''' c SAT.U^DAr^JAKnABr.SO.,- i 31'CHOICE AfiB^CDtTDBAL FAEMS. ?-.; ? . PABIfte 'i)f B0LIMBA, ' WB&TBE&«^^k£a...

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THE North Australian. THURSDAY, JANUARY 28, 1864. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 28 January 1864

The North Australian. THURSDAY. JANUARY 28, 1864. It is a marked feature of the Anglo-Saxon   race, that every great undertaking     should be initiated by display and     pageantry. From the cradle to the grave, in public life and in private life, every remarkable event has its ceremony. From the baptism of the prince   to the burial of the pauper, from the ascent of the throne to the investiture of the beadle, and from the laying the first stone of a palace, a cathedral, or a court, to the christening of a river wherry, Mr. BULL and his relations deem each an occasion for a little pomp and special deportment. Our Norman descent is not to be obliterated. As in the days of chivalry, knight, burgher, and serf, lady, and maiden, loved the zzzzwzzzz smnicL^gMBO provision with device time love "a regal reception," the opening of Parliament, Lord Mayor's Day, a   Military Review, or any other occas...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 28 January 1864

We are informed that Mr. George Raff is about resigning his seat in the Colonial Parliment, preparatory to a visit to   Europe.                    

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 30 January 1864

;|SS^ip^-|e^; .lately ocoopiea Wit&n * few/wbufetfiralk of the General rpjft^Lfr&CiiKgBQffTiMre received J. 1 iua|fHCtiQ4& from JBio .- Bevy Boibert Orejfc,' l«»oU.»taiHn Booms. Queeiutiset, at IS o'dockon theiibove date, ^_... ' ? '-J,'in^!iyJ3rilU'jJ«iWBM-e.i,n--nhijnlng. . ,|mwT'«pi^Bn»;':«»l .auy: rooms. ^ttwinfl.th. T. $o -10 feet wide, de ;6^^B^rOF5tiin-* ?-.. -BvTu%^jetoHiii8»»EO.erectaa. aS^SS^ *&&# g»od tardwood Ths aiicjti&iefeis inayj^ateflh conclnnont' tfia.tM|».^foft|«fa|~yijir jprthxfinrTnTin ^nnnra.1. dougall^ Ei-rriinr^who. $ceside_ in llie injme diate -ejgj&tytt%M-d - ,of these, properties, ing 'Fyft^fmtfrfetwT BomcthYpg of anattrac tive'hsttin' in the locality, to hive induced them to select the mot fi»r their home ,ioijB.:--.:.--- ---' ? : Terms liberal. , TransEM. ader tiw Sew Act SATURDAY, JANUABY 30. 31 CHOICE AGBiCULTUBAL FABMS. PARISH OF BULIMBA. FRA8EB & BUCKLAMTD are instructed !*f the Propriet...

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IRELAND. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 30 January 1864

IRELAND. ? From the Latest Papers.) The Ktlkeskt Model Schools. — The clergy of this city have taken preliminary steps for tfce prevention of Catholic chil dren attending the Model Schools. The citizens, ever anxious to he guided by their pastors, have withdrawn their little ones, and sent them to the Presentation Convent. There are still a few going to the obnoxious schools. However, we may fairly congratu late tbe clergy on the great success that has attended their efforts in this most important movement. As soon as St. Patrick's Chris tian Schools open, we expect that the Model Schools will be completely deserted.— S3- ketmy Journal. The Matob of Belfast v. Sobs Rea. — We understand that Mr. Rea has commenced an action against the Clerk of the Crown for refusing to receive certain pleas ten dered by him as defendant in the above case, and referred to in his motion before the Queen's Bench last week. It is said the new record will be set down for hearing during the after sittings ...

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THE BURNETT. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 30 January 1864

THE BURNETT. (From the Argus, ISth January.) Daring tbe sitting of the Supreme Court on Tuesday last, his Honor, in reference to a question which aiose on the previous day regarding jurors who refnsed on conscienti ous scruples to take the usual oath, publicly stated, for the information of all concerned, that by the Act 20 Tic. No. 31. contained in Pring's statutes at page 6*6, and by a note at the foot of tbe same page, persons who refused as above to take the nsnal oath laboured under no disabilities whatever. This will also set at rest any doubt which hitherto may have existed as to the recep tion of the evidence of such as object to take an oath on religions gronnds, and at the same time, will justify those whose duly it may be on particular occasions to take state ments made on affirmation. We must have had a great fall of rain up country, much heavier than it had been here, for both the Bnrnett River and the Baram bah Creek have risen to such a height as to completely pnt a s...

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PROVINCIAL NEWS. DARLING DOWNS. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 30 January 1864

? ♦ — fEOVINCIAL NEWS. DARLING DOWNS. (From the D. D. Gazette. Jan. 38.) The foundation atone of the intendad building for a Primary School in Too woomba, was laid on Monday afternoon last by the Hon. Arthur Hacalister. Esq., Minister of Laads and Works, ia the pre eence of a. respectable assemblage. The proceeding* consisted of the presentation of aa address from the local prtrons to Mr. Macalister, and that gentleman's reply thereto. The stone was then laid in its place, and a prayer offered up by the Rev. Mr. Waraker. From the entire absence of any convenience for reporting, we are only enabled to give the above meagre outline of the proceedings. We believe Mr. Hacalister was afterwards entertained at a luncheon. On Friday last a boy, who was following some drays on tbe Gowrie road, got thrown from his horse, and received a very severe cut on the back of his head. The little fellow, who seemed about 7 or S years of age, was trying to turn two bullocks which were strayiHg away, an...

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METEOROLOGICAL OBSERVATIONS Taken at 9 a.m. (Per Electric Telegraph.) [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 30 January 1864

MBTEOBOWXJIOAI. OBSEBVATlOoTS. TafcenatSajn. '''' (Per Electric Telegraph.) January 28.— Sydney, barometer, cor rected, 30128; thermometer, shade, 71-9; force or wind. 2; cloud, 3 30-161 ; thermometer, shade, 71-3; direction of wind. S. : force of wind, 2 ; cloud. 9.

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POLICE COURT. FRIDAY, JANUARY 29. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 30 January 1864

POLICE COURT. Fbidat. Jahdaet 29. Before J. Murphy, Esq., Justice of the Peace. John .Smith, charged with being drunk, being the first offence, was cautioned and Francis Templeton, charged with drunk-' enness, being out on bail from ten o'clock the previous night, came into court in rather an excited manner, declaring to nis Worship that he bad been guilty of the offence, for which he was very sorry; but, unfortunately his Sorrow was inconsistent with his actions, for having indulged in au extra cure after the nights spree. Us appearance Induced his Worship to send him to the I-ock--np for .3* hours for protecfion. He protested *ery loudly against «he decision. APCormick v. A-: Connolly.— The 'plain tiff in this case caarged defendant wfthJlT . egally detaining a borse/ his property. , His partner, a man named Fallen, iesttfte horss to another man named Beusang to ride from the Pin* Mountain into Ipswich, The oV fi^antolai«sddwhorjaashU*r*party« «M M bsMW.Um. A, number of w£ ownersh...

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WIND AND WEATHER. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 30 January 1864

WIND AND WEATHEB. January 28.— Brisbane, N.E, and dull Lytton. ». E, a pmle *nd clondy; Ipswich. S. E,and fine; Laidley. S.S.E.. and fine ; Toowoomba, S. W., and fine: Drayton. E. by Sn and fine : Warwick, 9. E.. and fine ; Dalby, 8^ and fine; Sydney, XL, and fine. January 29. — Brisbane. S. E, fine ; Lytton. S.E, fine; Ipswich. S.E^ cloudy; Laidley. S.E, fine ; Toowoomba. S.. fine ; Drayton. E- strong, cloudy ; Warwick, S.E, fine ; Dalby. S, fine ; Sydney, S, fine.

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IPSWICH. Friday, January 29. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 30 January 1864

IPSWICH. (fboh oub own oobbespokdeht.) Friday, January 29. Ok Wednesday evening, as one of Mr. G. H. Wilson's children, a little girl about five or six years old, was playing, she accidentally fell on the ground, and tbe unfortunate re anlt was the breaking- of her arm between tbe wrist and elbow. I am happy to be able to state that tbe little sufferer is progressing favorablv. and will, in a few days, be out of all danger and the worst effects of the acci dent ocer. At a meeting of the National Cricket Club, held «n Thursday evening last, the President, Mr. W. J. Taylor, in the chair; eleven of the members were selected to play the eleven of the Albert Club, on Saturday (this day}. Committees were then ap pointed to frame bye-laws, to prepare a memorial to the Government asking for grant of cricket ground, and to wait on the trustees of the Qneen's Park. in. reference to their offer of a cricket ground. After the admission of a new member, the meeting separated.

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1864. TIME TABLE. Showing Daily Arrival and Despatch of Inland Mails. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 30 January 1864

1864. TIME TABLE, Showing Daily Arrival and Despatch of Inland Mails. i-C- L SL Pi I-ll I W t If | i ' 1} fiftlf j|?f li ji s in I'll P I PI 1 i iliii m mm i i ttf't Ifi mm 3 I! ! ! i,M ! 1 .U* 5 I] s I gill III I * And nun steamer to Kortbem Porto way alteraxU Taasd*): I . ? ? ? — - —

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THE FIRST NOTE OF ATTACK. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 30 January 1864

THE FIRST NOTE OF ATTACK. Sib, — I -was sorry on reading this morning's issue of the Ipswich Times, to perceive a letter signed ' Cosmopolite,' purporting to be a defence of the Catholic clergy in a very bad mock heroic style, endeavouring to mis lead the public into the belief that the letter in question was written from friendly mo tives towards the gentlemen alluded to ; but I assure yon. Sir, the opposite is the fact. The writer, whose spite and intolerance has led him to commit so mischievous an act, is one of a kind well understood at the Quundand Times' office, and the encourage ment afforded to such persons by the pro prietary, in allowing their paper to be used for sucu a purpose, shows their good-will to their Catholic fellow-colonists. As a matter of course a very clever reply will appear (if exposure do not compel the parties to adopt the opposite conrse), and ' Cosmopolite' will cut a very sorry figure, for it is very easy for the writer who created him to uocreate him ...

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