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

SYDNEY. January 30. The rejection of the Tariff by the Tipper Home is strenuously agitated. Dividends of ten and fifteen per cent, are announced by the Joint Stock Bank Com pany and tbe Commercial Bank respectively. Sugar less firm, ircnmary 1. The adjourned inquest on the man Walsh, which was resumed to-day, is not yet terminated* Auckland papers of the 16th ultimo state that the. advance of General Cameron was stopped throngb the want of stores, as, owing to the lowness of tbe water in the Waikato Hirer, the steamer *as unable to navigate. . The condemned criminal SFCann, was ex ecuted this morning.

Publication Title: North Australian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
ADELAIDE. January 30. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 2 February 1864

ADKIjAIDE. January 40. The firopMn many farts of Booth Aos tralia we very fine, «ad promise an«bondaut _ fewfiasdbfcudeana for Brisbane wUh j* TSnMnrj'a. nwSoiiaAaABaiianlMrraatlitseeamive innmuai^iuaflJweJkBtinijnali^.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SYDNEY. January 30. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 2 February 1864

SYDNEY. January 30. (tbbouok asa-vxtut and sibd, asoxsa's Hasweil. tdku white-headed Bob, who was connected with ftdkenberguiddeary, have been committed for trial for forgery. Has well is allowed inn in £3000. The Ctutoms' Duties Bill has passed through Committee. As HatandKat present it prohibits drawbacks on wines, ales, and PoKer.__. ;?. . _ TheHanager of the F«akDowni Copper Mining Company hat been di»misiwd, in consequence of jnjs haring misled the Di ntjnrs fe .ISs statements rtJatire to the quantity of andue ore. : Ttw weather is enhry. ? '' '? ?'?'?.? '',. ?' ' ' ?' -:--.- - February 1. .. B» execution of SfCann, fin- murder, tookplaoetthday. Hia death was instan *MW^*;.'-,7 /???_?''* ?'-. r -: '? The agitation against the Tariff H in creanng. ? i£ petition has jnsf keen pt -up, «nd sigoca by a .large onmber ot women. ?PpeauagtotteConncainjejectit. Tbe Clarence has arrived from Brisbane.

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

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 2 February 1864

'T^***^ B*^*agwat««»niiyIertWa ?0 pamaauj to a,^ ummbmb* oC «hat mm pap*, m, ?mh-a..,.,n.M. mltm M na wm» «««*-«^ - -A «« annwmit of Un eokmr, aa Ixguu* tlikT^pto to ^taiaAiu, Imt, adrocabi etnal a«44u^)OT,-«lia Pouucal RigM.for.llcolonbbsim, ta« €tmv'*v#*n i*m M to Oncd or Ooonttj It Miens the Ooui Uoo of the colony when tUrtjrlnWtpttted.fm lerett^dand aUoml fr««cttio,tob«in itBllbe ity th«m«tenit«bt« to oar condition that oon In taitti- It «Ut tbctebn, opbold tin Oooi ition In O» InUgritj and OBsweaUUiaogiM tall, iMptaal* as arepto 4ond bjr Ite on adaftati and etowth. n wni random equity tfaa enorU [ the indigent lereUer of aotfctjirtroiTODW bring! (antoactaadaiflfa anitUsiadf; mnd tte imtei u «t U» maltty to m»4»eprlTll«g«(«UMJrdai U wm rapport no poUlfc»l 1 mr wl«i--«*«- OB» «r to OppMttkw, eazpt miJtvlt leUerw U-aa destnnuand eanlilsaf smp-M%a tuMic good. Ite spaet ana to««vnTHtTlt'1''Jtfh-,^7*T,{°f thattl»e»t»ir«»«i«loeraeyo''*«*OBB*ira*M«ld *? eompoaed oT ha owndi£Ungo!*wl ma...

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

MABF60B01TGH. rTrom-tfie Chronide, January 28.) A meeting of the Committee of the Wide Bay branch of the Central and Northern Queensland League was held on Friday evening last, at the Council Chambers, to take into consideration eonnnnnlcaUou re- j wived fiom the Bockhampton Committee. | A Wtwr ?-?*» rod Tram Mr. Shaw, Secretary of the Rockhamptoa Branch of the League ! I to the Secretary of the Wide Bay branch. 1 I which contains the following: — 'My com- I mittoe has earnestly considered the opening 1 that has pwenteditseU by the resignation I of Mr. Boydst1br4ajcaemher for the Leich hartt, haring-Eympatbi^ui Korthero inte- I rests and desirous of furthering them ; and I desires me to suggest tbe «aupr. Walsh, of Degilbo, whose .ability to Vj sent stands pre-eminent; and could he pte-n Tailed upon to offer himself, he would oc cupy the proud position of having the good i wishes of all interested in the work with him. and I makeao doubt his election would be sure. 'Falling Mr. WaUh...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. IPSWICH. February 1. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 2 February 1864

TEDEaRAPHIC 3STJBWS. (r&OH ODE OWN COBBESFOKDEST.) IPSWICH. February 1. The man who died yesterday at North Ips wich from the effect* of sun-stroke, was in terred to-day. His name has not been ascertained.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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PROVINCIAL NEWS. ROCKHAMPTON. OLD Sol January 26, 1864. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 2 February 1864

vRovmciALliEws. BOCKHAMPTON. tFEOM OUB 6PJECI4I, BEPOBTEB.] Old Snl i« __..-_. January 26. 1864. noses of an,T *Z y C '? hundreds,' dis tbe beginnTurof tLl *? '* Weather eince BinceTe succ^on^ of « ^ °r '*«? n^s- The^S '?f'lelon8 Protracted opened, and n™ l^ &S/'' BOt yet ^ov^£Fk^^ m Traffic is completely suspended, speaking comparatively, in the North, and wby ? — simply because, no such ' important works are being conducted with similar energy in the Northern division,' and that said 'Northern Division,' is left to sink or swim as it best may, always saving and except the payment of taxes which mat be forth coming to be spent in improvements else where. This, my dear sir, is the general bent of conversation, go where you will in tbe North. We Northerners hear of your gigantic works, and without any spite of envy, mark you, we say. Well, ?' what is sauce for the goose is saace for the gander,' why are we left to the mercy of Providence. But, I shonld weary your readers if I...

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

$$t govtfe gustvaUait. TUESDAY. FEBRUARY 2. 1864. We really are delighted with the speech of the Honorable the Minister for Lands and Works. We at first -were inclined to be a little angry at the vituperation which he poured oat upon the members of the Brisbane Press1 ; but, upon re ection we found ourselves in decent company; once upon a time the highest dignitaries of the colony, Governor, Colonial Secretary, and AttorneyGene ral had worse accusations levelled, ajt=aa«n-«au»i- --1aa»e »^ jm-unijiagjtg gtajai^a-a^2as*PijWaslHa»Bi)e: Trot royxhe comments of our contem porary the Guardian are .so deliriously suggestive that we could readily listen, could human nature bear more, to a dozen speeches from MAcitrerEB for another article like that which appeared on the first of this present month for his special edification. We hare in our time been charged with being 'coarse.' Well, it may be so, but did we ever charge the honor able Minister with 'the arrogance of ignorant vulgarity.' W...

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

* ADVANCE QUEENSLAND, - 'Ppfgopaenteaiana S«le or tin ?fBBB^K.&^AMEBOlJriuWwi^Tea SL'ffS^Ld-^;1^ i'50!**** to . ' *Diai U.^jfi^nl Erttto. , ' ' Wlien&om tie yfaw. obtainable is «°flAto 4wt4f-fPtndm9l Hill; the ta^.-subnibvaad the whole of the - '^S^^l^S^S B*w-Me '*' 'ISPiMTbeB. ^aod £heV*rarfmnYv;to ? ,StMr- ,6iSF, fin _floninni3jjm . ? -fi ? - ;^;»i - ? vj i *wl^^w»'B -will a m»y SrA&u* xo*& totting 'to ? TrffTTS **iBfffr tiiOiloifi in *^» ftlJB^STpW^.SSXATE. , - ? jg-ffgMlJHBftTOyjynpwiarto th» '?^«*fflwHr,«ft»j |to, 7*ft^«Si»e«ii.*oiad not ,«nU men gWgA*t-*h»*m4«»i-K the emotion of i:.i' '?-.. -^WSEAKB BEIDGE , dote oo flu nth instaoTjSlMitSa. who Mffli*e',Wn Aem, .to the aavertisioB ' - i33wift» »n(illwi im»-ul'i-lfe«tarB in con r a^MBJtdWftj&WuftSS^^iof Qaeenanwh, ma, that as soon as to*. : ; , - . _?_ r-!- ,., s-ji, .r,i, RAILWAY . . tUio^itr^^; between Brisbane and Ips flq^£M4aKtfe.jBM*kn. and that at no at ten^datoJ.jy^MVftluanle estat...

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NEW SOUTH WALES. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 2 February 1864

NEW SOUTH WALES. Onr files of the S. M. fferald are to the 2Sth ultimo. From its columns we extract the following intelligence : — At the meeting of the Legislative Council on the 27th instant, the President having been prevented by the ordinary course of travel from reaching Sydney, the Chairman or Committees took the seat ; and there not being a quorum present, the House ad j^roe^toJheMUwmjJay^^, ramB esy we Souse went into committee of Ways and Means for tbe consideration of the pro posed postage rate upon the transmission of newspapers. Mr. Eagar in making the pro posal stated that tbe number of newspapers carried annually by post was 3,551,984, and that the proposed rate of one penny was es timated to yieia a revenue of £10,500. This was not a tax, but a mere indemnity to the Government for work and labor actually per formed. Mr. Harpur supported the tax. Mr. \V. Forster contended that there was no thing to entitle newspapers to exemption from the very reasonable contributions ...

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SOUTH AUSTRALIA. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 4 February 1864

SOUTH AUSTRALIA. A daughter of a member of tbe Legisla tive Assembly has eloped, and was married Captain Hunter has commenced enlisting military settlers for New Zealand. He has reoeired forty «ppKcatzQiu, and twenty Seven have enlisted. M'Farlane, the explorer, has returned from the North-west. The result ofhis ex pedition has not yet transpired. : ^t is said that Mr. Micuie and Mr. A'Beckett have expressed opinions fiwor ableto tbe claimants of the Moonta Mines, and have transmitted documents hen nnder which legal proceedings are commenced. The schooner Alexander « a total wreck off Ope ElUabeth, Wallaroo; the crew were all saved (85th instant). ? Th» Law Atfeat wits the Nattvkb.— An inquest on the natives kflled in the late BkirmtthwUh the whites at Wenionta Greek Jwasheldat Nnccabena on the SSra ultimo byMr.G-B.Smia,. and a jury of «ght. *fte evidence (which was of exbemelengih) wenttoEbow that the natives had been H* aggn^om, and Uiat but for their «'™* 3£i attack on Messrs. M-...

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VICTORIA. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 4 February 1864

-*11 L. -;'?': VICTOBIA. ??*-?:-.;??? A split has occurred between Mr. 9.6. X*ngY party mA she main hody of the fiiverlne settiers. -The latter declare for Several «f the teaks liave tedoeed the rate or«^ang« to *i»er cent ffliscount. , The toirmaketUiulet.but firm. There iian been apecoialln pnrchases in candles ; board. The Santiago, from California, has a cargo consisting of 1683 bags wheat and 7925 bags oats. The millers have advanced the selling price of floor to £20 per ton. Wheat is scarce, and worth 7s per bushel. The bakers have held a meeting, and decided upon ad vancing the price of bread to 3d the 4 1b loaf. At s meeting of (he Bivcrine settlers, (he differences existing between tbe two sec tions arc smoothed over. Seperation will he tbeir policy for the future. Parliament will re-assemble to-morrow. The vice-regal speech will indicate, among the measures to be considered, the new Land Bill. Blintng Begulation Bill, Water Supply, Scheme for Mining and Irrigation, bills t...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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COLONIAL NEWS. NEW SOUTH WALES. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 4 February 1864

COLONIAL NEWS. NEW SOUTH WALES. A man named Thomas Sang was brought before the polico court to-day, charged with attempting to drown his wife in the Yass river. After hearing the evidence the bench decided to commit the prisoner for trial at the next Circuit Court. (Yass, 27th in stant.) In the N. S. W. Legislative Assembly's sitting of the 22nd ultimo, upon the pro posal of a s'amp duty of £2 per cent upon bank notes, some discussion arose, it being coutended on the one band that tha incidence of the tax was where it uught to he, apon proprietors of bank stock, who should justly bear the burden of protection for the property of the banks ; and on the other, that the dnty wonld really fall upon the banks' customers; audit was farther con tended that a more moderate dnty s-oold suffice. Mr. Eagar gave some details to show the Urge profits which th« banks were making. Mr. Burdekin moved, that the duty be reduced to £1 per cent. The amendment was rejected by 28 to 7, and the resolution...

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WARWICK. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 4 February 1864

- WARWICK. {Fran a Correspondent.) At the adjourned inquest, held on the 21st instant, before the Coroner of tbe Warwick district, concerning the burning of Mr. Hallorau's bouse, the jury came to the un animous verdict that tbe house was wilfully and maliciously set on fire by some person or persons unknown. The same evening a public meeting was held at the Town Hall— the Mayor being chairman— for the purpose of assisting Mr. Halloran in the loss he has sustained from the cowardly act of incendiarism, when £200 were euhseribad, which amount sub sequently has been increased to £250. Dnringthe severe thunderstorm on Fri day, tbe 22nd instant. Mrs. Newton, the wife of John Newton, carpenter, residing in Warwick, whilst in tbe act of pouring some tea from a bright tin tea pot, was struck by lightning and instantaneously killed. The poor woman was farad vaoced in pregnancy, and leaves a husband and six young child ren to deplore her loss. An inquest was held tbe next day, when the verdic...

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WEDNESDAY, FEB 3. Before B. Cribb. Esq. J.P. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 4 February 1864

Wedhesdax. Feb. 3. Before B. Cribb, Esq. J.P. ' Joseph SpOoner. charged -with being drunk, fined lOs.or twenty -four iionra in the cells. John Boyle, charged with being drunk, fined 6s, or twenty-four hours in the cMs. James McCulIonch. chanced' with using obscene language, fined £1, or in default one monaTTn Brbhane Gaol. He declared candidly he jbonUtake * trip to the me tropolis as he could not 'stump up. _ Thomas 9*Hanlon, charged with bong drunk, fined Ss^ or twenty-four honrs. Before B. Cribb. Esq., J. P., and C. Gorry. Esa JJ*. Thomas Brien v. Samuel DuVe.— Plaintiff sued defendant for the sum of £6, amount dnefor wages. Mr. Snllivan sppearedfor plaintiff; Mr. Thompson fordefsndaot. The casTtlismiiSed, the Beach baTing no juris diction. J.-W. Hnntand Co. v. Henry Ward. Ter diet by consent for plaintiff, £6 as. Buteock v. Uilek.— Plaintiff (sued aefen dant tor the amount of a dishonoured cheque, £16s. Verdiet for pUTmiir,*nd 6s. costs. POibbin T. W. Ford.— For tbe snm of £5 IB...

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METEOROLOGICAL OBSERVATIONS. Taken at 9 a.m. (Per Electric Telegraph) [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 4 February 1864

MErTBOEOLOGICAl. OBSEBYATIONa. ?c ': ',?-?:- 1 j'WakiBaafoB'man.?--^,;)1^'^ (Per 'Electric ra-Mrr*ph.y - ' - February ,2.— Bydney, barometer, cor. rectod, 29742; tliirmom^'iBbide. 74S^ 29S6^;tbermometCT,riiaueij^7; direction ofwind.&S.W.:fbreebrwinE3;cloud.lbr

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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POLICE COURT. TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 2. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 4 February 1864

POLICE COUBT. ?rCESDAY, FbBBCABT 2. Before B. Cribb and W. Hendren, Justices of the Peace. John Douglas, for drunkenness, cautioned and discharged. . W. Hall, for riding on the footpath, fined 10s. - Frederick BockUng, for drunkenness, fined as. Mrs. Fairy, tor injuring property, fined £2.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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WIND AND WEATHER [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 4 February 1864

K*i:i -^moiiiSomix^&.'^-^i [?] February 3.— Brisbane. E, raining; tytton, E, dull, doudy; Ipswich, calm, raining; Laidley, S^ roinlng ; Toowobmba, calm, raining; Dray ton,' B.. raining; War-, wick, a, cloudy; Dalby, S£.. raining. .

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 4 February 1864

1 ? T ? MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. The Council met on Monday afternoon. Present : Tbe Mayor, and Aldermen Chubb, Shenton. O'SIafley, Thorn, Pettigrew, Hen dren, Given, and Clone. Nothing of much importance transpired. Tbe following payments were passed :— £ s. d. Salaries ? 40 0 0 Wages, &c „ .. 12 18 0 M'Millan and Co. .. 40 0 0 M. Kelly ? 6 10 0 M'lnnerony „ ,. n 13 0 J. Cooper .. ..880 An Alderman stated that a complaint had been made to him by a resident near the Water Beserve that it had been closed at 12 o'clock, and persons wauling water after that hoar conld not get any ; the lessee was proprietor of a water-tank in another part of the town, where he sold water at 3d. per cask, whereas at the water reserve he conld not charge more than 2d.; this might ex plain the matter. After an oration from Alderman Cluue, and some observations from Aldermen Chubb andThom, the Mayor said that he had no donbt that, as the lessee had only taken possession that day, the closing of tiie reser...

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