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IPSWICH. Wednesday, February 3. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 4 February 1864
IPSWICH. ? „.,..,„,,», ^.*riiiW«*M*»wWJKraffi»MT.} ? Wednesday, February 3. The nomination of three Aldermeu in the room of Aldermen O'MaUey, Given, and Clnne, who retired by rotation, took place in the Court House, to-day, at twelve o'clock. The proceedings were marked with an amount of order and decorum which speaks highly for the candidates and ratepayers of Ipswich. Tbe Mayor, who opened the pro ceedings after the usual form, said he trusted the ratepayers wonld hear patiently what each candidate had to say. Mr. Blaine proposed Mr. Given as a fit and proper person to represent the rate payers of Ipswich in the Municipal Council. Mr. Aland seconded the nomination. The next candidate proposed was Mr. Coekburn by Mr. Aland, seconded by Mr. Shenton. Mr. Hanran proposed Mr. Clnne as a fit and proper person to represent the ratepay ers: seconded by Mr. J.H'Donald. Mr. Gorry begged to propose Mr. Martin Byrne as a fit and proper person to repre sent the ratepayer*. Mr. Owen Connor seco...
No title [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 4 February 1864
THE HOETU ACSTUAUAK' is a purely social lad political otgaa. It bdlera in JLgnai destiny lorthi. n»tnimlly rich and txaaUrul land; and it alK Mints that nothing can contribute so powerfully to the apeeiy attainment of that destiny as union amongst all section* and daMet or its people. SJu- union is attainable only on one eoudUiOB— Equality of Eight*. The ' Koios Airetmi u*n'irni,thereB-te,as wen for the advancement of the colony, u beeuue the principle U intiuuicaiiy jn-t, advocate equal Cirl!, Seugiow, and 1-olitieal BigntsforaUcoloai(ta!,irrespactire oTerery considera tion aa to Creed or Country. It beueres the Constitution of the colony wim fairly interpreted, follj developed and allowed tree action, to be in its liberality the most suitable to our condition that eoul* be derided. It *1il therefore, uphold the Constitution in ibi Integrity and oppoaeaU changes in it, except anch ms are pro duced by its own adaptation and growth. Ic will condemn equally tie effort* of the iodifeot...
THE FRENCH PRESS AND STATE EDUCATION. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 4 February 1864
THE FRENCH PEE88 AND STATE EDUCATION. A French vuxmU writing to us under date 4lh December, enunciates the - following characteristic judgment of the leading journals of the Napoleonic Empire. The piquancy of onreroaite correspondent's es timate is enhanced by die fact that his criticism is applied to journals representing all shades and varieties of political opinions actually in rogue amongst (he Napoleonic lieges. He selects, as the objects or his comments, the six political organs,— tbe Montiatr, the Comtitutiond, the Debott. the Safe, the Patrit. and the Monde 'Taking these journals in tbe order in which they stand, they may be said severally to represent and advocate Despotism, Constitutionalism, Boyalism. Bepablieenism, Catholicism, ana Fanaticism. These six journals (save somo different or opposite appreciations) s»y absolutely tbe same tiling. Take np, for instance, the Swefc ortheGmrtrtntwnel. Well, in one as in the other, you will find, on the question of European politie...
WEEKLY CALENDAR. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 4 February 1864
WEEKLY CAtENDAK. «w.n-»rii»il Solt 'Bmt jMoort IBghwmter »ebroaiT,MM. BaB^ g,^ ,,„_ ^ar. B.1L B.*L B.T. a. II H.K Thursday _4S«0 648 25 8 6 1S6S6 Friday ? 5 6 « « 47 26 S T0TS6 Saturday ? SS41 S4T 27 8 TS4SS0 Sonday ? f t« «47 38S 860920 Monday ? 8; 6 43 CM 0 3 9 60 10 » Tuesday ? « 4 « - «C 13 1048 U 12 Wedneaday_10 S 44 6 45 2 3 11 32 11 6*
THE ALDERMANIC NOMINATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 4 February 1864
THE ALDEBMANIC NOMINATIONS. A kEBrno was held io the School of Arts on Tuesday, about noon, for the purpose of nominating three Aldermen to tike the place of the three retiring Members of the Council. The meeting was well attended, and the chair was occupiod by Mayor Mr. G. Edmondstone. He stated the reason for convening the meeting in tbe School of Arts instead of the Municipal Chambers, owing to the limited accommodation afforded by th« Utter place. The nominations were then made. Mr. B. TA.T&0B. proposed Mr. John Petrie, which nomination was second by Mr. M'DonntU. Mr. M'Doshei.1. proposed Mr. George Edmondstone. Seconded by Mr. Pnao, M.L.A. Mr. Pooh, M.L.A., proposed aod Mr. Pottc seconded the nomination of Mr. Jeays; Mr. Wm. Mobbay and Mr. Teetam pro posed Mr. Jones. Toe nomination of Mr. B. Davidson waa made to Mr. ^mOsSSJSOJSRS^ati^Sf i-A*axeB and Loss. Mr. Tjixst nominated Mr. 3. W. Thomp scn. Seconded by Mr. Mason. Mr. Darragh was nominated by Alderman Hasss. Second...
Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVAL. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 4 February 1864
§^ng Intdliprt. iBEIVAk. ifcnauYz. — Unknown, schooner, 40 tons. Captain Howard, from Maryborough, with J&iWO^ofpiiielmuig boards. , * DKPABTCBTB. : .' Item-nary 2. — Queensland, steamer, 500 tana. Captain Ourphey. for the Northern , . Stats. Passengers: Mr. and Mrs. Ocock, MK ana Mrs. Smith, Kn. Moreton and ser -^t, Mrs. O'fioijrke,2chadren and servant, Mrs. Gordon and two children, Miss M'Ksn. Jtasw. Maria, J, W. Skinner, Hammerdy . JS. Martin, Campbell, W. Keith, M. O. Berl **n*'(^Sl* -Mnn** -*? Johnstone, Hark -ness. O.C. Armstrong, J. BjmMn, Halter ?ft-May, Bertfr. Power, Sir. Mr. M-Gintyi and about 50-u the steerage. ? February 3,- The Telegraph, steamer, Oaptain Coote, for Sydney. Passengers Jfr. Biggins. Mr. Brady, Her. B. Hartley, Messrs. J. A. Bay, Bloomfield, ELMisxiair Win Sheebaa, J. C. White, Outridge. H. § fiayiey, Seymour Horeton, Edmond M. Boyds&aGss Sbeehan, Mrs. Cbwli&haw and servant, Master and Hiss Armstrong. Miss HopkUs, His. Thompson, M...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 4 February 1864
? - Tp-aocKHiaiPTOSBnascr. ' ': r* J^IR? IflHH A. S. K. 'Company's. Jfa/Eft. :. X Steamer POLL ABOT, - sssHfiSEr1'^'''1' ^espatebed *s shore, ... -?njEMBgp.-|i~ynmygt 'January fith. . !? .= -? .t-:U -. .??-. HKNBT O'BETLTiY , '-?? ;??:. -. ,.-.-???-; ??;.-;-,? .- .? :?:, Agent.. ?; ' :': /--???? JjflJlttty j ^ ?' OTTOE of BEHOVAL.WBALLAN TIKE and.McNAB. OoachbuUders, be* tafacquamV their customers and; die .«. poUic. ahat fliey ta«e now remoYod to Jheir new ;uniiais«B;in, Albert-street, where .*t«y int«id,itt cany too. their business in ? toture. ? Tfo- increased extent and . suite? tnlitybr these enable ttamto promise their oqiportenthaadnntaaBS-ara large sefec tioo, of Vehicles of all iinos obtained from the largest wholesale houses, in bethMel '' ' boiwne aid Sydney, as well a» of tbeirown Construction. ' ?' '''; ~ ? . .-, They wish particularly to draw attention 4o the Mock which they witf always have on baids of American Baggies, Waggons, Ac, Of every xtascriptiBn. * ?? '' c : ...
IPSWICH. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 4 February 1864
' ! ' J' IlBWICH.-, . ' ;?? .: Brandy. 667 gallons .. r. 35315 0 Gin, 383 ganoo. -. '. 192 . S 6 liquenrs, cordials, or strong ' '^ ?' ' waters, 3 gallon* .. .7 112 20 Wbisky. 168 gallons ;. ;J. fi5''9* 4 Ann, 1855 gallons -; .: : .-.'- «9 « ^ All other spirits, 78 gallons.. 27 6 0 Wine, 680 gallons '. '«?.„ ??.. S8 O 0 Tobacco, 4148 lbs ...' .. 414 IB 0 Cigars. aD81ba... -A. ?.. « 8 6 ?.;? . Tctd ;'..-???? ,,- -_;_'.._ .IJIB'-tt 2
Commercial Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 4 February 1864
(f-Dramtrrial liMigena. We tmdVrstand that Mr. P. Mtyne has lately made a large wholesale speculation in the purchase of cattle, having purchased no less than 800 head at the price of £4 17s. fid. per head. The price will guarantee the tact that they are first-rate cattle, worthy either to live or die I Appended is Messrs. Fottorini's Stock and Station Circular for the 30th January :— Wool. — The staple product is still coming to band in large Quantities, and faster than tin means of export can be provided. A considerable number of bales have been ^^^S^s^o^io^uin^lofont wring to producers hesitating to offer their clip or a portion of it for sale on the spot. Sheep Stations.— We have bad a few en quiries for lightly-stocked properties, but have no sales to report. Cattle Stations are unsaleable just now, New Country.— We have had several en quiries ; but have not any properties on our books to offer at present. Ewes.— Good breeding ewes are still en quired for, and we have transacti...
THE ALL-BNGLAHD ELEVEN CRICKETERS. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 4 February 1864
THE ALL -ENGLAND ELEVEN CSICKETEBS. The meeting called by Mr. Wm. Fairiar, for the purpose of considering the proposi tion of the All-England Seven's visit to Queensland, did not result, last Tuesday, in any thing of a definite character. It was held in the City Council Chambers, and the chair was occupied fay (he Hon. Colonel O'ConnelL The meeting was well at tended. The Cbatbhav made a few opening re marks, in which he stated it as his belief, that material advantage would accrue to the cricketers of Queensland by a Tint of these rrnenraed cricketera. He was happy to state that the cricketers of Brisbane had improved of late in their plav. He feawd that it was hardly possible 'at present to give a definite answer to the proposition, but he trusted that Queensland would not be behind her sister' colonies ia the way of public spirit and enterprise. As the proposition, however, had come direct from tbe All Eng land Eleven, he would submit it to the meeting to take action on the matte...
PHILOSOPHICAL SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 4 February 1864
. PHILOSOPHICAL SOCIETY. The . Philosophical Society of Queensland held its usual monthly meeting on Tuesday evening last at the Municipal Chambers. Chief Justice Cockle, tbe President of the society, occupied the chair. Mr. Gordon Bandsman, ''? a., was ad mitted to membership, and Mr. F. B. Boyce was nominated for-eTectioa. Mr. Le Gould read a verv interesting and voluminous paper on 'Geographical and Geological Observations in Northern Queensland.'' Be illustrated bis paper by several geological specimens, chiefly of oop perandcoaL It was chiefly in narrative form, with occasional scientific dissertation, and detailed an account of mineral lands in North Western Queensland, and -which were Buivtiyed by him under official orders. Mr. Le Gould praises (he region of .country surrounding tbe Lower Fitxroy, and contrasts it with the ' aterilr section of country further south. He represents the land as being fUt and fertile, and inter spersed with lagoons, chiefly fed by tbe back water,...
WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 3. BEFORE the Police Magistrate DRUNKENNESS [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 4 February 1864
'; - ' WaMDffiD*T,F«teo»BirS. -'T:f v '-'-'- - ie ?;. ?' - »*r I*' 'DBUfiUUETCSS, ...'.. ? . ? ?t .?^'^^^?'[^^?''EiSfffi '' ? CEOBX.TT. SO AN UiDUU WilHsm Butler mis charged by Sergeant Lang with having crneUy iff used a hone by applying tho whip and die ipur most un . nercirally. The whip and the spurs used on the occasion -were produced in court, ane ?rerecorded with coagulated blood. Fined £1 or three days1 imprisonment. ? ASSAVLT. William B. Harding, Drill-sergeant or the Ipswich Cavalry, was charged by Sergeant Hawkes with assaulting him. The accused pleaded goilty under circumstances of justi fication. He was farther charged with tearing* uniform coat of Sergeant Hawkes' valued at £2 10s, bat as the coat was not produced, tha complaint was not entertained. Fined £1 or twenty-four hoars' imprison - snenL
RECREATION RESERVE. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 4 February 1864
BECBEATION BE8EBVB. A pepotaiiob consisting of the three city members, Messrs. Baff.Pngb, and Blakeney. . Messrs. Edmondatoae and Cribb, members Cor East Btoreton; Mr, Lilley, representa tive of the Valley; and Alderman Jeays, ? waited upon his Excellency yesterday fore noon, with a vie w of urging on the Govero «.._» ?-,. i ? i.i» inr Mihfiii ?IMtt m arrant . . ., ? ^£DS~bFi»Sr-?1IoUow tor purposes oT . recreation. His Excellency, having been previously apprised of the object of tbe deputation by one oQtbeir nnm ber in the usual way, anticipated their mission by reading the following minute from the Secretary of Lands and Works:— Department of Lands and Works, Brisbane, February 3, 1861. The Secretary for Lands and Works and tbe other members of the Government, being always desirous to meet, so far as they can, the wisbcB of the citizens of Brisbane, when expressed in the usual terms of official . courtesy, and through their constitutional representatives, the members of Parliament...
WATER POLICE COURT. WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 3, 1864. Before the Water Police Magistrate. DISOBEDIENCE OF ORDERS. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 4 February 1864
WATEE POLICE COUBT. Wedsesday, February 8, 1861. Before the Water Police Magistrate. DISOBEDTSHGk OP OKDEBS. Ponr Bailors belonging to the *' light of die Age,' respectirelv named James Orten, Frederick Safconi, Michael Politic, and Lorenzo Poleteni, -were indicted for dia - obeoienee of orders, and in default of the necessary evidence were remanded until to morrow.
TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. SYDNEY. Tuesday, February 2. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 4 February 1864
TELEGBAPHia NEWS. (FBOX OC8 OWB COKBESroNDEST.) 6YDNET. Tuesday, February 2. O«n- to aj vices of targe shipments of Ca lifornian breadstuff's, there is a loll in the market. It is bruited in the S. M. Beraldthai. there is some intention on the part of the P. & O. Company to try the Torres Straits' route to Sydney, via Brisbane. Unimportant news bas arrived from Ame rica of a week's later date. The death of King Kame Himia is an nounced.
The North Australian. THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 4, 1864. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 4 February 1864
Cj)e Jlort| giistraiian. THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 4. 1861. The history of the railway contracts will be a. curiooB one when its present mysteries are unravelled. Of a piece with the emigration regulations — curi- ously consistent In its parts and perfect as a whole — it will exhibit to the world to what climax a Queensland Ministry having the confidence of the rapresenta lives of the people may. arrive*. In order that our readers may thoroughly appreciate its value, we shall recapitu late a little, and perhaps astonish a great deal . - . We premise, however, that the origi nal 6cheme was a lit preparation for the results we bare experienced. To Mr. FnssGiBBoN «as jcommitted the charge of the railway as Engineer-in-Chiet and also as a contractor for the survey and superintendemse of the line at a rate considering all the drcamstanoes— an- preeodented in the history of railway job txanjp^joomplete, 4be next -Hung to .-il»nifenBV'**'--liip-;Vtalre '.. -';ci» that the .Btries * should be «j c...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 4 February 1864
- .gaIftbs%Btfom. 6ATUBDAY, FEBBUABY 6. * ADVANCE QUEENSLAND. . - Uoprec4denfed,I«aSalaorthe . iQUKENSTPWN;,\TOTA3^ comprising . m Lots? i^alelichEeen the Newtown ' Estate and BirdcaBttes Bntel, on the majn road ttf Ijpjswich,and- within % lew nSnnfef walk ot the City Boundary. XI instrjioiions £rnm *be proprietor to wijl. »t tieU KoontB, Queen-street, at IS .«V3ock,«rt*he above date, ' Ti»a$ai*inHicentJEstate, ^JftUBENSTOWN. Wli-jre&om the, view obtainable is equal to 4bat of Windmill Hill ; *be city, suburbs, and the whole of fl» . CQHtnr surrounding Brisbane is ttrtiiiQtiyttKtiMMe from the»e PV^ul their proximity to tbe./dtr, jft conjunction with a really £rsjt-class road -leading to .them, .mark the lots ia-tfae QUEENSTOWN iESTAT£ att/iemethipg-ytey superior to tbe . .class-of lands generally offered to . :th?pnNi-v : -. . ? The. Anciisnero ^jiranld- not - ojnlt men tioning that ibetenaeni for the erection of '.' , !^SI^ANB:BBIDGB - - ?? don on the lltfe inataat, and par...
NOTES AND NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 4 February 1864
NOTES -A-OT* U11W6. We understand that almost all the single women who arrived by the 'Light of the Age,' have, been engaged. Of course, we are not speaking in a matrimonial sense. A sad case came under our observation yesterday at South Brisbane. A young married woman, who arrived at Port Denison by the ship Wansfcll, from England, was brought down to Brisbane ia the steamer on her last trip. Sho bad been of dropsical habit during the voyage, and was near her confinement. She was taken to the hos pital of the South Depot, and was confined on the 27th nit. Puerperal fever set in shertJr afterwards, and at six o'clock on Tuesday morning she expired. She leaves behind her a hnsbandand two children— ti» one about eighteen months, and the other one week old. Her husband' as may be supposed, is in deep distress ; his name is Charles Bf oiicy Seymour, -and he is a native of Nottingham, England. The de ceased woman was aged 25 years. 6he re ceived every attention, her bnsband tells us, fro...
TASMANIA. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 4 February 1864
TASMANIA. An item of Tasmanian commercial news is given in a Melbourne telegram in the 5. M. HeraM-the date hi 19th instant:— There is little doing in the wheat and flour market. The latest quotations are, for wheat 5s 3d to 5s Si, and for floor £12 10s to £13. We have files of Tasmanian papers to the 19th inst. Their. T.Ajbertiter of that date, in its leading article, alludes to the ' sub ject of coast lights,' and the 'unequal con tribntion Tasmania is paying' for their maintenance, and the claim of that govern ment npon the other colonial governments for subsidiary contributions towards defray ing their expense: — There can be no donbt about the justice of the chum. This was substantially proved in the first Inter-colonial Conference. And the resolution passed then proves that it was admitted by the representatives of Vic toria, New South Wales, and New Zealand. Since the discovery of the OUgo gold-fields, in fact, the other colonies profit far more in consequence of tbeir more e...