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No title [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 30 January 1864

?THE KOItTn ACSTU lUAIP ?« » pnioly locUI anil politick oiprn. ItlMUeTeslnagmtdtsUiiyforthia I satnmlly riA ml beatOSfal Uod; and It «1» bditres that nothing can contribute ao poKCTfally to tin njKedy atUtamtnt of that destiny «» nnlon amongst all netionr and cUmw of iu Beonlc. TbiM anSoa it xttatoable onlfon one condilian— Equality of KigliU. The ' SoltiB AosntA Uin' will, therefore, as well tat the adTancement of the colony, as became tin principle fs intiinaieally jnst, airoeate equal CSfU, BellgloM, and ZoUUed nigiitefcraUcoloniiti.irteipectire of CTery eondden bon a» to &ee* or Country. It believes the Constitution of tfc« colony when &Mj Interpreted, JnllyderelopHlMld *llomd traeac«oa,tobe in Its liberality the most suitable to our condition tint eoula be dertaed. It TriU therefore, upboid the Constitution in fta Integtitj Mi onpon aU changes in it, weapt rach as Me pro of society who would bring aU down to a standardU nit hinwif ; and the ^retentions of the we...

Publication Title: North Australian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
CORRESPONDENCE. TO ROBERT CRIBB ESQ., M.L.A [PER FAVOR OF THE NORTH AUSTRALIAN."] [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 30 January 1864

OOBRBaPOKmEMnre TO BOBEBT CRIBB, ESQ^ M.LA. [PEE PAVOE OF THE *'K0BTH AnSTBAMAH.'] Sib,— Ton seem fond of writiug long letters to the newspapers, apparently believing that they will make the pnblic think vou a very quiet, peaceably-disposed person', who has been recently grievously ininred and insulted. 1 have read the report of your proceed ings at the meeting, at the School of Arts last Thursday evening week, and also of what took place at the Police Office last Tuesday, and I have a very distinct im pression that you did not get what you de served. Ton have been treated with great leniency by the pnblic and fay the magis trates, and it is to be hoped that you will behave much better in futnre. But. Sir. as my representative in tbe Queensland Parliament, I wish to ask you whether yob have considered the effect your rowdy conduct will have upon the character of the East Moreton constituency? The East Moreton electors will naturally be dis satisfied with having one of their represen...

Publication Title: North Australian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
WEEKLY CALENDAR. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 30 January 1864

-WEEEXT CALENDAR. * «iau 6oIf S™ UoohH Bighwater . B. M. H. K. «. *. 0J. *L ». H Saturday ? 30 536 6 60 SOS SS6X90 Sunday ? 31 SS7 6 50 218 S 12 3 32 ilond'S'^l J 6 S7 fi«« 328 S 66 t SO Tuesday ? XC38 6«9 SS8 44054 Wednesday- 3 6 39 «16 2(8 5 28 5 B0 TbnMlay _ 4 540 648 25 S 6 12 B 36 FrMny ? 85 41 6 47 268 70788

Publication Title: North Australian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
THE TOWN HALL. CEREMONY OF LAYING THE FOUNDATION STONE. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 30 January 1864

THE TOWS HALL. .-.'.. .csvsHnnr or uxxso thk mtuxDaixoH . ? -r * * STOHE. Bbiebahe may justly feel proud of the pro ceedings on Thursday evening last. The ceremony was effective, the interest general, and nothing which forethought could pro ?vide to ensure order and success was defi cient. We do not remember to have wit nessed a similar display where all went so smoothly, and the satisfaction expressed in overy countenance proved how well the Convenience of all had been consulted. Be twteenfour and five thousand persons were congregated in the neighbourhood of the site; and beyond the usual banter and sal lies of wit in the crowd, there wasno manifes tation of discomfort, or any accident to mar the pleasure of the occasion. In former .notices of the proposed Town Hall w» have described the style and di mensions of the building, and the economic arrangements which in the future *01 stake itasoaroBofmrenne tothecUy. It will tie the first public structure, worthy of the name, which Jus...

Publication Title: North Australian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Shipping Intelligence ARRIVAL. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 30 January 1864

[?] ASSET AL. January 29.— XSadt Tom, schooner. 112 Cons, Captain. Trennaer,from Sydney. ?Jakbazy St.— CaUender.orig. 138 tons. Cap tain Kagee, for the Bickmond Biver, in lei last . Pauengera: Two in On steerage. January 28.— CoUaroy. steamer, 800 torn. Captain VDiamud. for Sockhampton. fas sengers; Messrs. C.$.£i&J.K.MuIUrde, 'W. S. Martw. ana about 30 in the steen^e. . GLBASAHCSV . ' ? January 89.— Fiery Star, Black Ball ship, 1561 toss, Captain Sole, for London. Pas nngen-r-Mr. and Mrs. Veitch, Mr. and Mrs. 'WnUamson, Mr. Bosutor, Hasten Bossitor -2), Sir. and Mrs. Hudson. Hn. Abbott, Bev. P. Dunne, Or. Luce. Messrs. Elliott, Oman. Jardine. V. J. Dare, C. SeSHy, Vauen, J. Lindsay. Doyle. laroBxs. Clarence, from Sydney: 5 hogsheads por ter, V. Bartley; 4. caies. Batter Brothers; U eases fruit, J. Brown; 1 coffee roaster. Burns and 8cott; 1 bundle leather, 6 trunk*, B. BaOey; 1 parcel. J. Brackle; 1 panel. JBfege; 46 eases fruit, B. Boleock; 2oases fruit. Lady Bo wen; 8 par...

Publication Title: North Australian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 30 January 1864

. -*'«T*|57#5 -i^fm '? ??»??? '?? 'u i ,,, ,;: stkam aro otbh^yT «Bk^- ' rTlHE A. S. N. Company'* w»|||1?JRn. J. Steimer, CLARENCE Ji|SgS£ will be despatched for the @aSSB above Pott, on THIS DAT, January 30th, at noon T ?'.?'.?? GEO.;D. WEBB. '?'? ?' - ' ? : Agent proim^ ftotttts 'KFOTibfr'tiF' BriEM-»VA:i.— A. R. 1\ JONES,; .awoh'^'^ ;«u»vea to New Premises inBiele-street. Brisbane, NOTICE: of REHQV4Xji:BALLAN i|, ,35^TB. ana JMeNAB. Cpachbuftaers, bee tiiSqiuiit tSSir cartome™ anfl Hie pnnlfe,' 'tfiat they Tiave thjw removea ' to thefe-new* premises in Albert-street, where they intond-to papy oa:,4w frawnerain tutnre. 'The increased extent and suita bility or these enable them to promUe-their auwnrten^advabtaTes of -a large ?elec- tion of Vehicles ofiall Jrindt obtained from thejarjeept -bolea^ j™ in-.th Mel ?bourse and ^jwe^, W waU_ at of their own *^Tney- wSh' particqlrfy todniw attention tosbutoek Wbicbifaejbwmalwaya share on band. f*Amgp Bmr*:Iww-:*^ ? '^Ip^m^. ? - . Qneenila...

Publication Title: North Australian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
ENGLISH WOOL SALES. [THROUGH GREVILLE AND BIRD BRUTER'S AGENTS] BUXTON METCALFE PRICES CURRENT London, 26th Nov 1868. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 30 January 1864

ENGLISH WOOL SALES. {TBBOUGfi GBSVILLE A5D BIBD. BEUT£&'£ AGEKTS.] Bcxtoh Metcalfe Pbjcbs Cubbest. London. 26th Nov.. 1868. Tbb colonial wool sales, which opened on tbe 5th instant, hare condoned their coarse with much steadiness throughout (especially considering that so soon after the com mencement the Bank rate of interest was raised from 5 per cent, to which it had only ? recently been advanced to 6 per cent.}, for j although the utmost quotations realised in the first few days have not been quite main tained, we must still quote the advance on all Australian descriptions as fully Id and in many cases lid per Ib upon the average rates of last sales. Only in Cape wools has there been any alteration of moment, nor is this to be wondered at, for the competition for these on the first few days, and especially on scoured wools was excessive, and in die face of a stock of 30.000 bales such as was not likely to rule througooat, we therefore quote scoured at Id lid, and fleece w...

Publication Title: North Australian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Commercial Intelligence [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 30 January 1864

Cmnutenial ^nttllipno. BcrasEss during the past week has not improved, the delay in the arrival of the English mail has had in a measure an effect on business in general. In the flour mar ket there seems to be some activity, and the demand good, with an upward tendency. There is also some excitement in the sugar market, and an increase in price. The arrival of the ship Light of the Age, which vessel brings a Urge cargo . of general mer chandize, will cause some stir in business. HOUSE ABD ESTATE MABKET. Tbukdle & Cakekok report the land market as being ratherfist daring the past' week, although prices obtained are at an advance, as stated below :— Three allot ments, being No. 1, 2, and 3, situated on the mam Ipswich road, on plan of subdivision of portion No. 28, in the county of Stanley, parish of Yeerongpilly, for the sum of £3610s. One allotment on the main Ips wich road, being lot No. 11, on plan of sub division of portion No. 157a, in the county of Stanley, parish of Ye...

Publication Title: North Australian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
THE GOVERNOR'S REPLY TO THE PUBLIC MEETING REMODELLING WATER COMMISSIONS—APPEAL TO THE SECRETARY FOR THE COLONIES. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 30 January 1864

THE GOVERNOR'S REPLY TO THE pubup KBKxauro^ ??'-? .-- uaraDaurainiUziEB coiunesioir — appeal to THE eECBBTABY FOB THE COLONIES. Ik our last issue we published a statement of the interview of the Deputation, ap pointed by tbe public meeting held on Thursday, the Slst instant, with bis Ex cellency the Governor; it will be recollected that the written Beply was promised to be sent to Mr. tt&ff, ML. A , one of the deputa tion, as soon as prepared, while its anb stance was verbally communicated. The tt:piy was forwarded to Sir. R«ff, on Thurs day evening, and left at his office, but being absent he didjnot receive it until yesterday morning, when he forwarded it to tiie journals for publication. The document is of vslue, as condensing and arranging the Governor's reasons for acting in the manner complained of by the citizens ; and also as ?bowing tbe latitude that must be observed in all resolutions intended for presentation, until the decision of the Secretary of State for the C...

Publication Title: North Australian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
FRIDAY, JANUARY 29TH. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 30 January 1864

Fbtdav. Jahcabt 29th. Bfe-are T. S. Wany, Esq., Justice of the Peace. DBOTKENXESS. Thomas Hogan was charged with drunk enness. This was his first official visit to the Police station, and he came in state on at richly caparisoned dray. Ordered to pay 6s. for the eqnipageand discharged. DISOBDEELY COHDUCT. James Wilkinson was charged with dis orderly conduct and the use of obscene language. Sergeant Lang deposed to having ar rested the prisoner, when he was surrounded by a crowd near the North Australian Hotel. He had been charged with an assault previous to this, against one John Davidson, but had slipped out of the court honse with paying the fine and costs, amounting to £1 4s 6d. He stated that he was willing to pay it now, and 8s. 6d. further imposed, making fll3s. Before Samuel Davis, E. B. Drary.andT. S. Wany, Esqi., Justices of the Peace. BTJHXOSS. Honora Outhbert v. James Cnthbert— The plaintiff in this case, wife of defendant, made a long rambling and disconnected Btatfmrnt ...

Publication Title: North Australian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
ADELAIDE. January 29. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 30 January 1864

ADELAIDE. January 29. Wheat is are shillings per bushel, and Flour £14 per ton.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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MELBOURNE January 29. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 30 January 1864

MELBOUBNK January 39. It has been resolved by the merchants to establish an Australian Lloyds in Mel bourne.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
CENTRAL POLICE COURT. THURSDAY, JANUARY 23. Before T.S. Warry, J.P., DRUNKENNESS. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 30 January 1864

CENTRAL POLICE COURT. Thuhsdat, Jaucabv 23. Before T. S. Wany, J.P. DBBKKKHKES8. Thomas Jones, charged with drunkenness, pleaded guilty and was admonished and dis ?ebarged. LABCEKY. James Connor and William Bimrosr were brought np on remand charged with having stolen £8. Mr. Poole for the prisoners. Sergeant Coffey deposed to having arrested (he prisoners, but he found none of the stolen money on them. Samuel Davis, of South Brisbane, said he was a labourer residing in Sonth Brisbane: he did not know the prisoners; when he had taken a few glasses of ale he laid down on the sofa and went to sleep ; he had a £5, £1, and £3, and some silver in a chamois puree wfaon he' laid down. Ellen Kelly, the servant, testified to the n-obbery — saying that on entering the room ?one prisoner bad his hand in prosecutor's socket, and tbe other sat at tbe table watch ? _«- wSSfriou-i. uuilie saw prosecutor and two prisoners in his faonse on Tuesday last, about ten o'clock. The housemaid informed him o...

Publication Title: North Australian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
NOTES AND NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 30 January 1864

XTOTES ANX3 NEWS. tier Wednesday night, about ten o'clock, an unfortunate man. who should never have been born, was lying in the road, not far from oar office, as we happened to pass. Seeing a crowd around him, we, in virtue of our office, intruded in the circle and ex amined the cause of the popular interest. There he lay ! Kot the victim of a temporary fit of intoxication — not boisterous, strong, and dangerous — but in a state of collapse. — feebly muttering, irrational absurdities, and helplessly lying, while the foam and the slaver gathered around bis mouth. The crowd looked on with tbe impertinent in terest which always characterises it in an emergency of this kind. They looked on 1 ' He is drunk,' said one. . ** He is in a fit,' said another. ' He is hippy and glorious,' said a third, who was Cast verging, himself, opon a like condition. ?- He is i) jing.' said we. as we raised his already lifeless aim, and felt in vain lor the pulse where die pulse »hmdd him been. The wrist ...

Publication Title: North Australian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. SYDNEY. Thursday. January 28. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 30 January 1864

rrEr.EC3K.AJE-Kcia ^stews. (FBOK OOB OWN COBBBrTOHDEST.) SYDNEY. Thursday. January 28. FfcOBB firm at £18 per ton. Bise in price of hides. Fall in wool. Departure of Telegraph, steamer, for Bris bane. The proposed duty upon newspapers Las been carried by Government. A dividend of twelve and a half per cent is declared by tbe Clarence Biver Com pany. Friday, January 29. The inquest on the body of tbe lad wbo was lulled on board the Morpeth has been adjourned till Monday nest. Last might, a girl nuned Isadile was burned to death at Pynnont. A dividend of twelve and a half per cent, is declared by the A.6.N. Company. A man named Pritcnard bag murdered a shoemaker near Bendemeer.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
The North Australian. SATURDAY, JANUARY 30, 1864. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 30 January 1864

%\t |pki;|j ^istiittiitit. SATO BO AY. JANUARY 30. 1861. The ceremony which afforded such -unusual excitement to the people of Brisbane on.TJmtBrlBj^^wBS remarkable enough in tiie circumstances connected with it, to justify our dwelling at some . length upon them. They are, at least, snggBstive to oar fellow-ciUzens of what kiod of meagnres should be taken with referenoe to the provision of other necessaries for the accommodation and happiness of the people of Brisbane. The address of the Corporation tolas Excellenoy, dwelt very properly an the eelf-sapporting character of the in tended structure. It was this peculi arity which rendered the obtaining of the necessary capital bo oompanttirely easy. Similar preoaationa in -other matters now before the people may legitimmtel; enough be expected to ptodnce similar resalts. Andweahall lie glad to find the Bridge and the Water Supply dealt with, as fit as pos sible, m a like spirit. UndoubtBdly die last mentioned question is one of paramo...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
SYDNEY. January 29. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 30 January 1864

SYDNEY. January 29. [THBOUOB OBBVttLE ASO BIBD, BOVXEB's AGEBTS.] The Assembly are discussing the deiira abiUty of charging a doty on newspapers by weigbt. A Urge quantity of tbe late cargoes of pngsx hare been sold, at fall rates, and the 1-il«nwa coaunjuiil nitta. ''''' \'~ ' At the wool aala 1700 bales' have teen cold, the rest having been pasted in expec tation of higfcer prices. . Wool generally is a little lower. SkSsB an in demand. Sailed— The Telegraph, for Brisbane. The Tana Tana will sail on Monday. After a long debate, the Assembly have decided that a stamp dnty of one penny shoald be imposeaoa aU newspapers. The question was put to the vote, and carried by a majority of two (2). January 29. There has been coosidenible enquiry for strong ram, and paces have advanced dightfy. An advance has taken place in the price uf tbree-btuhel bags. The price in still rising Considerable enquiries bare taken plaoe for floor, which is quoted about seventeen (omuls (£17} per ton. _ . ' '...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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MELBOURNE Thursday, January 28. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 30 January 1864

HELBOUBNE. Thursday. January 28. A deficit of only £36.000 in the revenne is announced by Government.

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Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
MONDAY, FEBRUARY 1. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 2 February 1864

MOBDAT. FlBUJAST iS 9Mre was no case Wore thdW-~ day. It is a proof positive of th^Bp bab&a of the Xpswichian* on Snn^H Taut Fsorr SausoM. — H» orc^BSal wiU be pnlifio almost every wherH eon. but in places tbe character d^V lias snffered eitiier from negledH oHwr cause. afidberrinHiaveb^K ?lly plentiful and^se. bat tbey^H too delicate atrtnt tofeing to m^B **»«»lybe«*«tn perfection t^M itaott. Tbe apples are anmewhatfJM bat In many «roharas promise t|S oreeneot. Chernes bavje baen^aai 'WhiretotoqnaUtyUitssMuon ^M -y for the loss we areiikely t&gU plnns. Thapeanan«omingIniH jam. the peach trees |-romisel!S Gripes wlUbe abimdaSt but 9 gsaetA^nrteouneuata for iniH

Publication Title: North Australian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
POLICE COURT. SATURDAY, JANUARY [?] [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 2 February 1864

PoiicE«rnjBT.S SlTDBDlT.-ttetUtvS 1 Xobn Bmith and FraSe&Teni^BB bojh charged with forticr uhdK eate'was remannedfbrawlondfly«t

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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