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AANALYSIS OF THE [?] [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 2 February 1864

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

Auna^H frctlSawH I.G«tGraylLMiHMj^« 0 A.SU|ibeBiianb.-Valcrd«i^K - ' «.Oiaj^b.Wattantan |H - J CGaBowajb/WattBtrtmi ^Wh^- 4 'B.BBSore.JMHIaacCMai7 ^j^^B^.

Publication Title: North Australian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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IPS. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 2 February 1864

wsJM (PBOK OUB OW^apoJpEKT.) A sEBtous accideotTedJk a child named Connolly oikowT She is daughter of a man o natib who was drowned some time id tsSonly three years of age. It apbat * Saturday she went oat from thiandSimmenced to throw stones at ie. tbSmakehim gallop. Going too c'te horee kicked, and struck her in ad, and a severe wound was thus infliKich resulted in the cranium being del so as to canse a portion of the braiprotrnde. She was conveyed to tlie at, where she is now progressing as Wy as can ho ex pected. The nomination ofUdennen to fill the places of Aldermne, Given, and O'Mallcy, who retircittop, will take place in the Court-hi^ Tnesaay (this davl at 12 o'clock, inhr^candidstes spoken of as cominhrdsarc Messrs. Given, Clune,aud M^«r. O'Malley -rSit'Sa ?rioso&riiHCur ratepayers. No person 'mtf Bit he fol6Ued the duties of AldemfM efficiently, and in ' a most businedKnner. His argn ments were ? tempered with moderation andffa sense ? and I have no donH his brothe...

Publication Title: North Australian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
SYDNEY MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 2 February 1864

SYDNEY MABKET8. Our files from Sydney are to the 28th January. The S. it, Strald says, — ' Mr. Henry Beit has sold 13.000 ewes in Queensland (consisting of maidens to full mouthed) at prices averaging 15s. 3d. per head. Terms, cash. ' Mr. Brewster sold at anction the Book wood 6tation, on the Fitrroy Biver, Queens land, together with 9000 sheep, at 17s. Sd. per bead ; stores, implements, horses, &£., at a valuation — terms equal to cash.

Publication Title: North Australian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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EPITOME. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 2 February 1864

EFITOIfS. A Government supplement to the last Gazette published, announces a land sale to take place, at the Police Office. Brisbane, on the 24th proximo, of three lots, within tbe County of Stanley, and consisting res pectively of 59 acres, 61 acres, and 121 acres,— all of which will be sold, at tbe upset price of £1 per acre. An inqnest was held, on die 22nd instant, on the body of John Casey, a man aged about seventy years, in the employ of the Bight Bev. Bishop Quinn, who was killed by sunstroke on the afternoon of the day previous. The Bev. Dr. B. Donne and Dr. Hullin were the two material witnesses exa mined; and the ?verdict rendered *g**»g ., On Thursday night, 21st instant, the dra per's shop of Mr. Bush was broken into, and four cheques and a promissory note were stolen. The Opera Troupe gave an entertainment on Friday evening, 22nd instant, with an entirely new programme. The grand finale was from La Sonnaabula, in costume. Messrs. Bright, Brothers, and Co. have offered a...

Publication Title: North Australian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
METEOROLOGICAL OBSERVATIONS. Taken at 9 (Per Electric Telegraph.) [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 2 February 1864

UETEOBOLOGICAL OBSEBVATWNS. Taken at 9 ajn. (Per Electric TelecraDh.l January 31. — Sydney, barometer, cor rected, 30-141; thermometer, shade, 735; force or wind, 1; cloud, S.

Publication Title: North Australian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 2 February 1864

MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. The usual fortnightly meeting of the Bris bane City Council was held at the City Chambers, yesterday afternoon. Present: His Worship the Mayor, and Aldermen Jeays, Brookes, Mayne, Pettigrew, and Hodririgs. Minutes of last -meeting lead and ap proved. The fallowing letters were read: — A letter from the Corporation to the lessee of the Alioe-street Ferry, to tbe effect that they would charge him so rental for the month of April. ? ...?-: A letter am the Corporation, asking the . Governor to lay the ibni-dati«i«tooe. . Several other tetters were -read on tbe same subject ' i A letter was road bom Mr. Kent, -*!**- ?? v^^«^p)a*h»^ft-'*-WBa*a» 'Be maae ^ThST hitter was laid on the tabu, A letter from Mr. Woodgate offering to ?apply stones forts. 6d.perload. Befened to no Improvement Committee. A letter from Smith, late lessee of Booth1 Brisbane flerry. asking to be allowed to occupy aaWntaumtingocai Brisbane (tbe Jfarket BoaeiyjB^ XefenvS to Improvement Committee. A le...

Publication Title: North Australian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
WIND AND WEATHER. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 2 February 1864

WIND AND WEATHER. January 31. — Brisbane, SJL, cloudy; Lytton. &E, clondy; Ipswich, S.E., fine; Laidley. 8.E., fine ; Toowoomba, S.E, fine ; Drayton, E, fine; Warwick, S. E, fine; Oalby, a, fine : Sydney, W, fine. February 1. — Brisbane, S. E., fine ; Lytton, S.E, fine; Ipswich, calm, fine; Laidley, calm, fine ; Toowoomba, E, fine; Drayton. E, fins; Warwick, calm, fine; Dalby, E, fine.

Publication Title: North Australian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
PETTY DEBTS COURT. MONDAY, FEBRUARY 1. BEFORE J. Petrie and C. B. Lyons, Esqrs. Justice of the peace [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 2 February 1864

. PETTY DEBTS' CO0RT. MOKDAT, F.EBBUABT 1. Befobb J. Petrie and C. B. Lyons, Esqrs., Justices of the Peace. Wardley r. Whhsbead— A suit for £9 I 5s 4d for goods sold and delivered. ' Mr. Poole for plaintiff; Mr. Doyle for defendant. Tbe js amount was ordered to be paid in weekly Instalment* of £1. Fegan \. O'Connor— For £9 8s 5d for goods sold and delivered. Mr. Doyle for plaintiff. Verdict for plaintiff in full amount, with costs. Bash v. Jobnttone — For the com of £5* 7s . 3d for goods sold and delivered. Verdict _ fur plaintiff; with costs. * Lauriev. Millington— For£S66 6d. This was the amount of a cheque presented at the bank, bat the defendant was sunn of , ?=-- funds when the cheque was presented. Vcr * diet for plaintiff, with costs. Newton v*Manning— Case dismissed ; no ' appearance of .plaintiff. ? . ? Bell *-. Day— No appearance of .plaintiff; v ease dismissed. Field v. Butler— This case was adjourned for a fortnight. Carson v. Dart— For the sum of JB2, for cooking, &...

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 — 2 February 1864

1884. TIME TABLE, Showing Daily Arrival and Despatch of Inland Mails. - si I* . a .J I ? d if fiw. I... MJI. 11 ir|iia|| I U f \f 11 a .11 II ; Ig .. W lg W fa ?And »aa steamer to KorS«eni Sorts troj attmaU «BM»ar ?

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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MONDAY, FEBRUARY 1. Before 7. Petrie and C. B. Lyons. Esq., Justices of the peace. DRUNKENNESS. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 2 February 1864

MOHDAT, FkBBVABT 1, ' 1*9 Before 7. P«tne and O. B. Lyons, Esq* J Justices of the Peace. J ? ^* * DBIMEissns. PatricxWard,admoiiuhedanddiEchanred. A it being hh first offence. - P James Keefe, drunkenness and using profane' language. About 9 o'clock on Batardaynigbt he was arrested in Queen atroet. Keefe said he eras going to the Pilot i-o*t to-morrow, and would not offend again if discharged. Cautioned and dis ; William Hewitt was found drunk and stack in the mod on the banks of the Bris bane, nnable to extricate himself. Dis charged on ^payment of costs. Thomas Holly was cbarfed with artmk enness, and was fined 10s or twenty-four *'»»? ??£.;? ,- ? '. ? ? -. . -John Pheelan * pleaded not guilty to the charge of drunkenness and assaulting the police. Fnsbneraod hi« wile 'were en gaged in a famUy fight, the constable inter fiired,-sndPi-elan-aasaBltedtiie constable. The bench said they believed , the wife was kkoMUyin fiwltbn these occasions, and oEsmtssedTuelan with a cantion. ' ..G...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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No title [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 2 February 1864

We learn by^he KorAem Wlwftut, with, oat anything like lasn speculation, tte. borne and foreign dumand for Bnans coafi nnes. at prevBsBsfeighprfoes.Bodnocbec in the -upward movement in the linen bade U an&Mpated. ' In yarai *bere is-1ea» fle mana,l-atprioe8 are firm, wiib small stocfa in the marks*.

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CENTRAL POLICE COURT. SATURDAY, JANUARY 30. BEFORE Mayor Edmonstone and T.S. Warry Justice of the peace DRUNKENNESS. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 2 February 1864

CENTBAL POLICE C0UBT. SiTOBDAY, January 30. Befobe Mayor Edraoostone and T. S. Warry, Justices of the Peace. DBCTNKENNESS Margaret Lenehan was sent to gaol for a month for habitual drunkenness. Elizabeth Swayne, charged with va grancy; she is on old offender. In this case she made every promise of amendment, if only suffered to go free. The Bench dis charged her, and said that the next offence would be punished in the severest manner. James Webb ni charged with drunken ness, and acknowledged the anft imnoanh. meat. Chief Constable Lewis stated that the accused had money about him and was loiked np by the police for protection. Fined 10s. and sent to the hospital. W. J. Bandall, drunkenness— first offence, discharged. MJKACV. John Moorcraft was charged with being of unsound mind. Mr. Scott, the chemist of South Brisbane, had given information to Sergeant Dunning that the defendant was talking very incoherently in his shop, and he thought he had better be looked after. Bemanded for me...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVAL. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 2 February 1864

§$$&& InitfKBtna. ABSCTUB. JAHCABrSO-rQneeorimd.Btotmer.igOtong. Captain Ourphey. fem the Nortbem Ports. Passenj^clsiss Black, Mra.Hansen.Mus Baw, Me. and. Vs. Aldrtdge, Miss Aldridce, - .MU» Kelly, Mrs. Bobuuon, Master Bobln -'«?.*?» B-*«ns«i, 'SMrWmer. Mr.mna, ;? M™.M^oh^MiBsDemp»y.Dr.SliaUey, Colonel pXJomieLL Messrs. fjSa. Bariee. Brodie.AUport.F.AUriage.Wmrf.KonlMlI, MOae, D. C. Smith, Thompson, O. Kom tnerer. Scott, Hngh Mass/. Smith. Peden. Btoott, Moreton, Hnxham, Baldwin. M. 0 Oonoell, Harness. V. Somerset, Phillpot, 5?^ ^m?- 8mith- Banksii, Soutberden. Hill, H-Pemberton, Young. WHson, White, Bev. B. Hartley, Ear. D. C. Smith, and 80 in the steerage. Jansary. 31.— Telegraph, steamer, 700 4mm. Captain Coote. from Sydney. January 28th. Passengers: Mr. and Mis. Stewart, Jp- «'d«nL Harper. MrT and Mrs. Oeook, Mrs. Hawthorne, Mrs.Foiton and 4 child ren. Mrs. Sommerville and 3 children Messrs. Hart, Dunne, J. AHehisou. B. Artchison, O. Johnson. Armstrong, J. W. Da...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 2 February 1864

; ' STEAM TO SYDNEY. - ' ' 4fihf%. : fjftlB A. S. N- Company's ?»JpffiSS#r wffl be despatched fir Hie r iBSSiHBmboTO Port, »a THIS DAT. 1 — HENBY O'REILLY. . TO BOCKfflQIPXON DIBEJCT. . -triJfcj 'ITIHB 'A.- 'S. N. Company's I SBH&i -*'*1 S». .despatched a* Above, , HENRY b'BBILLT,- { ??? --? -.; : ..y» . ..- .v. -Agent. MAIL 6TJSAMEB. I QQEOtEUHD St*1* NiYISATIOS CO. I KnfTHE'MAIL STBAMEB I JJIADSTGNE, and BOCK- I ?t^AJU-^yN. .*?P=! $£T* February 2, at I ^pJaL^aJbeaafoEMmn* -.' i\ JOHN STEPHENS. Secretary. * ??-??? - S(*rik« ? !???.? --? ? t- ??.' ? , ' THpORTAMTiNOTIOE-,— Surreys of any . JL ' extent done for Noting!— In conse- - quence ofeertain C.E* t?) an* fcurveyoirs, : teingin the habit, of ^fttrwaruwCGjod nave th«]wk)r|WP Mti» &fflS'^t 5s. each ana i Tfa^j \jpflfxtf kthimI, 'ffea^riiifc 'to compote ivith B^tnaiTiauals,l»ireby«*reeBtom^rtake mymareszotmiatevtr txtaU (that is when . ? jm* otherwise «)ga^},Ma fornisn Large i and Expensive AuctionPlans. Descriptio...

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ROCKHAMPTON MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 2 February 1864

^*^*-flOORHiTn1?TONlSnffiKETS. The following is a fair average of the prices current during the week : — Hay, no minal ; maize 7s. 63. per bushel ; bran, 2s. 9d. ditto; oats, 9s. ditto; potatoes, £1Z to £14 per ton; onions, 30s. to 40s. per bag; pumpkins, £8 to £9 per ton ; batter, none ; flour, £17 to £18 per ton. .

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Commercial Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 2 February 1864

€samatM |nttUigtiut Ifswice Pboduob Bbpobt. — Received by Walter Gray & Co, for shipment direct to London ;— 30 bales wool, St. Clair : 31 do., G.C in diamond; 20 do, B&T; 27 do B&T ; 10 do, GBE ; 15 do, HxD. Beceived and forwarded: 30 bales wool' LOW, By

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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NOTES AND NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 2 February 1864

„ ZTOTOES .AJST1D MEWS. Messes. A. Baff, V. Pickering, 8. Smith, W. Petticrew. G. D. Webb. C. B. Lyons, W. Hobbs. and B. Cribb are tbe gentlemen ap T--«----ab-4aB^Ho on tbe Police Ben-*for the present *eek. The OazetU of Satnrday last chronicles the names of Mr. Alexander D. Smith, acting pilot and coxswain. Broad Sound, to be assistant sea pilot, Boekhampton, pro motion to date from 7th instant ; and Mr. Henry Croaker to be sea pilot, Maryborough, confirmed with seniority, from October 1st, 1S63. On Sunday morning, about half-past one o'clock, as Constable Johnson was going his rounds, he found a man lying onasandbank about five or six yards from the river bant, and with the assistance of tiro men who were passing, he succeeded in bringing him ashore. He was insensibly drunk at the time, and the tide was rushing in like a race horse. In fifteen minutes' time the man must have been drowned. Jambs O'Keefk, of this place, made an attempt to commit snicide, on Sunday last, by taking a ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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NEW YORK. November 21. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 2 February 1864

SEWYOBK. November 81. New Tbrk news to November 21st has been received, via Helbonme. The chief items of intelligence are as follows: — The affair* around Chattanooga remain unaltered. Bnmsiae ii closely pressed at Knoxville. The bombardment of Fcrt Snmter is still going on, bat without «ny perceptible ad vantage to the Federals. General Banks has landed on the Bio Grande, and captured Browlesville. The Southerners have burnt all the cotton in the place. King Bamchsmeba, tbe monarch of the Sandwich Islands, is dead.

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ADELAIDE. January 30. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 2 February 1864

ADELUDE. January 30. Departure.— Gazelle, for Brisbane, with cargo 250 tons floor.

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