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SYDNEY. Tuesday, February 2. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 4 February 1864
SYDNEY. Tuesday, February 2. [TB&onOB OBBVH.I.B AND BXJS.D, mXUTKB'6 AGENTS.] The cargo of -the Leonraas, consisting of Hauritini engan, was sold by auction at fall ntta.-beuiff Wigbt ip *r -?pocnta.torB. The Keanapail for Melbourne to-morrow. Tbree-bnshel bags continue in ('eat re quest. ~ Spirits are unaltered, and beer in bulk in better demand, although prices are still low. Floor is selling freely at £17 per ton. Blasting powder Is in request. Sailed— the Yarn Yarn for Brisbane. Tuo Clarence will sail on Friday.
CENTRAL POLICE COURT. TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 2. Before B. Gribb ud G. D. Webb, Esquires, Justice of the peace. DRUNKENNESS. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 4 February 1864
CENTBAL POLICE COUBT. Tuesday, February 2. Before R. Cribb and G. D. Webb. Esquires, Justices of the Peace. DRUNKENNESS. Neddy, a blackfellow, was charged as above. 24 hours' imprisonment. John Lawless, also drunk, cautioned and discharged. &nbsp; Tommy, a black, was charged with drunk- enness, and fined 10s. Tommy never had as much money in his life, and having no collateral security for the amount, he was locked up. &nbsp; &nbsp; WINDOW SMASHING. Thomas Walsh charged Charles Birch with smashing his windows. The accused was one of a certain gang who have been a source of great annoyance to the inhabit- ants of Spring Hill lately. Last Friday morning the prosecutor's windows were broken by this party, and he saw five boys in the act of running away. He gave chase, and caught the prisoner, pommelled him &nbsp; well, and gave him into custody. Fined 5s. LARCENY. John Hunter and Joseph Blacker were charged with stealing a pocket book from John Wykes — a ...
THE BURNETT. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 6 February 1864
THE BUBNETT. (From the Argut, February 1.) If nothing else, Gayndah will soon be come noted for its cigar manufacture, as some of our inhabitants, wbo have grown luge quantities of tobacco lately, have now turned their attention towards that peculiar branch of industry, and are entering into it in right good earnest: we may therefore soon anticipate a decline in the mice of the foreign fabric Messrs. John Black and Tbos. Bird, we hear, are prepairing their to bacco leaves for the early manufacture of this description of article. Connoissenrs wbo have tested the already-made weeds speak very favorably of them. We bad curious weather ust week — alter- nating wind and riny. Mr. Thomas Clobesy, our chief constable, was thrown with great violence from his horse on Wednesday hut, in Capper-street, and got such a severe shaking that he was obliged to keep to his room Kir two days ; he is, however, gradually recovering. We should be sorry indeed to see an ill befall Clohesy. for he is a res...
PROVINCIAL NEWS. TOOWOOMBA. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 6 February 1864
PBOVINCIAL NEWS. TO0W0OMBA. [PEOM ODB OWH OOBBBSFOHDEHT.] The Catholic School was opened on Mon day, tbe 1st instant, and has been a com plete success. The Bev. Mr. Larkin must feel proud to find that his exertions for bis parishoners have met their reward, and we ?ypefrggMM jflM. »chqol .fay abort tim« ^in that i»rents of other ^denominations wOTfinS it their interest to send their children, par bcularilv as no religions instmetinn win ho givenduring school hours. There was a meeting of the ratepayers of Toowoomba on the 2nd instant in the Conn cil room, for the purpose of electing four aldermen in the place of the four sitting members, three of whom— Messrs. Byan, Brers, and Patterson— retire by expiration of time, the other— Mr. Groom— resigned. The meeting was small owing, no donbt, to the inclemency of the weather, and the ma jority present were nominees. Each can didate for municipal honours on being called stated his willingness, if elected, to do all in his power for the ben...
POLICE COURT. THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 4. Before the Police Magistrate. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 6 February 1864
:^~':.: rjMSunrtRWMe: '-?'??-? Before tbe Police MagUtnta. ? - - Henry Jordan, for drunkenness, fined 10». or 48 hours in the cells. Friday. FebbuaktS. Before the Polios Magistrate ana B. Cribb, Esq, JJ? . John Bovle was ebanred with bavins no visible or lawful means of support. He stated that be left the ship Bunda on the 2nd October, but lost bis discbarge. He was found lying in en empty house on the previous evening. The Benoh remarked that they would find him a moreoomnrt able lodging, and sentenced him to 14 Ays imprisonment in Brisbane gaoL I Henry Scberf v. Julias G. BurdorS— Plaintiff hired with defendant in tbe cAa cUyof sbepberuetSOs. per week; he Sin gaged under a verbal agreement on thelst ofKovembsr. and left on tbe 29ft Dpceto feer. Whenh- asked the defendanlny bis wages he told htm tofee^tthUfojwfated him no longer. Henowctaimedhlssi ms, £7. TbsfefenOant did not appear. «r diot for plaintiff. £7, and 15s. costs, t of which was Cor the Germauintorpretor 5ffiS8fe55ugwS'...
IPSWICH. Friday, February 5. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 6 February 1864
IPSWICH. ; ,,. , (rsoit oust on consssroinnar.} Friday, February 5. Ik consequence of the continuous ..ram yesterday, every business appears dull, «ud all gossip lulled for the time being. Tbe Bremer has risen a few feet, but is gradually ?inking again to its wonted level. The mnnidpal election is creating very IHOe interest in Ipswich this time. It is tikely to pus over very quietly, «nd Itrust devoid of the bitter feelings which each an event sometimes evokes. It is had yetto form an idea who wjU be the ajwoWul T-H=-'--'; every one has a toan «f bis ow^whotethiBkawaiBotiii.-Hisja^wois theJaostJWfqganJsaaaSod. *\
EPITOME. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 6 February 1864
EPITOME. The Concert at tbe 8chool of Arts, ou Fri I day evening, 29th ultimo, was patronised by the presence of bis Excellency the Go vernor, ana Lady Bowen. An article in the Bpme J/tmi reviews a work written by Dr. Dongau Bird 'on the Australian climates in the prevention and arrest of pulmonary consumption.' The Doctor &vors the latitudes of Australia and the_ southern hemisphere generally, as uw region of the earth calculated for the cure of consumption: and, perhaps, of all other climates adapted for the arrest of the' progress of consumption, there is none better adapted for that complaint than Queensland. Alettterhas been received from Mr. Se?8' to'2rtoa£eaaf ** K'*™- P'-* little fellow whose death fay drown ing was recorded in oar issue of that date. Hu name was Ernest Julius Buckhot*. He was only five years old. and came pas senger to Queensland in the ship Snsanno Goddefroy. Carlin Baston was the prin cipal witness examined, and testified that he polled tbe deeuue...
WIND AND WEATHER. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 6 February 1864
WIND AND WBATHKB. February 4.— Brisbane, B.E, raining; Lytton, K&E. raining; Ipswich, S.K.. ahowery; Laidley. S, dnU; Toowoomba, cwm, nuning; Drayton, B, cloudy; War wick, E^ dnH; Dalby. S.&. fine. February 6.— Brisbane, calm, cloudy; Lytton, &B, cloudy; Ipswich, E, dnU; Laidley. K.duU; Toowoomba, calm, fine; '^jy*00. jd»ndyj Warwick. S.R, dnU; Dalby. N£, cloudy.
No title [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 6 February 1864
potttiala^ui. XtMtensInagnttdottiiyfortliis natnalljr rich and beaBttDil land; and it tin beUeras ? that nutting «u -«-fafi.ii^ «o pnrarftiUj 'to the ajnadjr attalamcnt or that dotbi7 u nnfcm mmmgit all wtrtimr and ulim of lUaMfto. HMs mnoa li »tt»in-H» cbItob one ewiiminii Tg»ilHj«r«gita. Tbt 'Sim Avsni.. LUM'mm,anaCm,t wdl for the adnanment or Um ootony, a* taunt the principle i. tetdsAaUr joat, adroate «qu«l Orfl, Beli^ofu, and MDUn- BlsbUlbr^leabnitU.irm^ntin oTentreaiddan Hdb at to Crert or Owntrj. B *dtoTM tbe OwnatoHno «r tta cAIodj what &Mjfafati»ttod,ft-ar dgwtoprt ma- **^dJ -?Jm*\mtm*n,Wm*m1m.H;mLwik ??* «»(» *mmi;iTVt,.^at^Uam~iMi. amrti. -t wOl &»!!??? .if^ 'Aif«MU «:«? ttaifJBt Mte har ?DtMr^k«md4W-cdl4--n«D m «ta&I-Ia.k MtUaMi «ia l-» j«»li»IWiiMif 11m vadtbj:to' «-d—»ililM|,n«iri»i«r-lii ? ? : '' . :itwm-4V«t4»i-aIIUal m vhelhetia (Mte «h'Ojf-^a--'«I.Bi uft Mm«a. 4e*»S^c«ii^U*cffr«fiBC«b.pd«tBBad. ttKpMutUiadncu^irmtett taaamig. «f «awfao«laalB...
The North Australian. SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 6, 1864. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 6 February 1864
.SATURDAT. FEBRUA**6. 1864. & is told of (be celebrated Colonel Cbookbtt, that when he wu&d a con ?'tMBoy he shouldered bMrifie,.^ filled his knapouk witii 0% and to bacco, and set forth on bis oaafass. The great utility of personal iateroonree and observation is peroeptibla as much in the'enoience'of the commercial tra veller as in the necessitv fnr - ?«;?,»(«. nal progress. Jaceto&oe,agre»tdeal can be said that even the most proey or neUesB would not prt on. paper. ^«^f^«r!i^^^^Br bringing about 'the object thfej desire. To tafce, as example, a Ministerial pro gress, and trace tbe consequences which may arise, the power of individual presence, and the fitness of tbe func tionary for his position, will be readily perceived. The Minister for Lands and Works appears to have greater faith in a pro gress than any of hie colleagues, that is if bis movements are to be taken as an index to his belief It does not appear to signify that, in such of his proceedings as...
NOTES AND NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 6 February 1864
HOXES A-»pD HBWS. Ma. Mahuk. onr newly appointed Police Magistrate, has altered tbe honr of the sitting of the morning court from 10 o'clock a m. to 9 o'clock ajn. The reason assigoed is, that those delinquents wbo may bare been locked tip without committing them selves to the extent of imprisonment, may have an opportunity of «n»m^t|lfc to their acenstomedjaties on the day of their Ubera tion. This is a consideration nf *n «»(irWlv new character, and exhibit*, at least, two requisite baits in tbe character of a Magistrate, vis. :-Indostry and fore thought Mr. Hassie faas impressed us ?beady with bis seeming sense of even handed justice, and with tbe quiet, dignified manner in which be discbarge* his official duties ; bnt what a relief and assistance it would be to the reporter if the mominj,', docket were sooner disposed or. and certain trivial offences were dealt with mimu the long and mysterious scrutiny wbich mJ h J^8TblyinTOlVedra tt«el«cMatiorfof a difficult mathematics proble...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 6 February 1864
f.o - ~ .- :? tfitf. STmMmt, d .Qubeseuhd Stbax K^nainoH Co. J ?figsC^ /'THE MAIL STEAMER] ?^tfiaSSji- QUEENSLAND, -will ?' Jfflsffil&le«Tefor Maryborough, «-i* JMff ?* GLADSTQNR,*!.* BOC&H . ? H^pOSL»eJ^^DAY. February «, ] t, . foflft STEPHENS. Secretary, j JkjOnCBL— The mrferelgned have Tbtg f 1* Day removed to No. t, JEWELL'S j BUILDING& Market Wharf. WEBNHOLT, WALKER & CO. I ? 4th Febrnrnxy, 1SG4. j RKLIMINABY NOTICE.— To coin- 1 Tertttln Some measure the impostnre mjwevaieot fejDin nonthi put, of im- I posing worlMRs -allotaientertDaiHiIactnrea I . from distant. b.3, andetberwisV useless I ' »»-?. «B the, ?fortune: .classes, with the j -- ^^J^«tS^5*t.»!-* ^*ortea»iirert*e-} . ™euta, the uodersjgiieu1 has ibrowji open lor I ^??^'M aasnctjnvrw covvown oouilaary, on- 1 1 fe^J^^jM'1*''104- fifsjiiatnow I m. 1 , XTOTIGB s, of.BEMOTAI*~BALLANr] 9 W 1' TINE and, McNAB, Coachboilders. J -. S keg to aajtutist their customers and the 1 « . ? jmWicY that th...
Commercial Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 6 February 1864
€smmtM ^nMItgena. bJ^TJ'^ KrarandCo, oTTatter saH s Horse Bazaar, report an onmnal de aand for _hea^ dranght horses dorinY &e week Large nnmbers of overland bones ?redailyarrmag. «nd haw maneunre jnito orerstpeksd the markert wiAlldSe *aX l^eJmttet *K tte Oorporalion lards, Ipswich, on MondaT last m Ar*n At I ««htyj80Jhea4, the propert^T^^ fc». aqvatan mterige'rf^i £ru£i Wecannotjn this instance gire WajTto jg^that^UwSSaSt&tow1^^ *^*ft??c'1? ?'-jWi»4r We- are already adTuolcf «gbt Jmndred headrf harses bom Nev South Wales, to aniTe this ma tter; two hundred of vfaieh -are .thoronrii l»red.#roin the stud of H. Hall. Ea^Tbr taarawooftnear Tass; and etxhanaml per Wmasor^the property of J5.C. Bomnsoo, Prices realised at the -Bazaar —Heavy drsfrkooes, £28 tofST; light ditto. *i7io ^ft good hackneys.£l8 to £84: lightbaeks, «IOtofl4: packhonea,j£8tD£10: road etets. £16 to £18; draya, jaato £16. - oouraoi.nODDCB'KuaiT. ISaodoreUnmaek reports: Bosinessbaa improred during the ...
Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVAL. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian — 6 February 1864
: ; :~;;s^r3SHBp»- ; ? — _. - -. ... ubtu. ? r :? -Ckptaia X'Durmid. .from BockhaUiDtoii '??'?? _ ._? SOLID FBOJC «HB &AT.' . : FaWTs._^SyStari Ohlp. for lon don ; Ba-jmone Goade&oy. BldpTfor Sydney. 1 nfroBis. ? : fcigMof tlur Age, from koodoo: I pack »-? * raak whiteTeau. Watson. Wheeler, & *Qp ; 6 bundles merchandise. Mill* and Oo ? ;; |» cases merchandise, 84 kegs paint. 280 iS™' ,??5e^ 2 «?** '» i,nirta*«ata 3^ 14 bales |canras. 2i cases tollmen's - ^£'^£^i*^»e^^*errings, **'*-*? ♦*?». « hogsW^earthenwareTS * ' P61'*' modaiiaK, 8^rrighrfe ^«»^».2«aSM,H.B*cSdBoii; allse* waad Hooeyman; I case implements, 4 I iSy* 1*-7da xs ^urter-casks vine. \ . «»^ brandy 106 cases oUtoiu, Shale. \ *?*?? S «a»es hardware, 1 case gin. =60 - 55»» Pnawredpotatoe*. 15 oases doaitmg, ~ «tt drain pipes. 2 mb, £rilianm*«t9 ' *''» 'Mlniy. »? oaseroatmeal, 40 cask* - Maefcmg. 85 bands cnttanta.fi casks car ; *'»? *»«d«. « pocket, hop., J. anao. ?urns.; 2 -aasas washing machines. ...