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Local Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 10 July 1861

19 JLocnl SiitclBigeiice. 19 -?-_ State of II. M. Gaol, Brisbane, for tho week ending Clh July, 18G1 :? Mules. Females. Hospital . ... 1 ... 0 For trial . 7 ...;¦ 0 Imprisonment . ll. . .f. 1 Hard labour on ronds ... 3 ... > 0 Hard labour in gaol ...' 31 ... 1 Bail. ... 2 .? 0 Lunatics . ... 15 ... 0 Total. 70 2 Brisbane Hospital.?Wo have been re- quested by tho House Surgeon of tho above named Institution to acknowledge tho re- ceipt of a donation of £1 " from the Govern- ment Printing Office." Sion ov Pbomikss.?]\f,-, Jones, of Too- woomba, is nt present on iv visit to Sydnuy for tho purpose of purchasing the ? nuccssnry machinery for starting a soap midjjjfiindlo manufactory. 'Phis is a stop in tho right di- rection, and wo hope soon to hoar that tho machinery is fully employed. It will provo a boon to tho inhabitants of Toowoomba, and will no doubt provo highly remunerative to tho spirited projector.?D. D. Gazette. AGnicui/ruiiAL.?By an advertisement in another column it will...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
QUEENSLAND PARLIAMENT. LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. TUESDAY, July 9. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 10 July 1861

bill £1 QUEENSLAND PARLIAMENT. J"*! LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. ltj ;t , Tuesday, July 9. The Speakrh took tho chair at twenty minutes past three, and read prayers. It was then found that tbcro wero only thirteen members present, exclusive of thc Speaker, and the House was adjourned till throe o'clock this day (Wednesday). Tho members present were:?Mr. Blalce ney, Mr. Coxen, Mr. It. Cribb, Mr. Edmond stonc, Mr. Fitzsimmons, Mr. Gore, Mr. Her- bert, Mr. Lilley, Mr. Mackenzie, Mr. Huff, Mr. Royds, Mr. Warry, and Mr. Watts.

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Shipping Intelligence. SAILED. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 10 July 1861

******** ftnelllceaM, talnM'Denr jg*, "°"j schooner, 103 tons, Can ger. ^ for Sydney. One steerageiSassX July 9.?f «. Northern ^Znc%8^m6r' Captain Cottier, for the Hay, M ' **#?? Passengers-Mr. nnd Mrs. Leith Messrs r',S°?W"'? Mrs- Eaton, Lieut BIM Jnlia ^andlSintuesSge; at°S* jMl,,t0"' 1 hogshead, 1 case fniiClba^!-^ 2cans ,nr' ¦ case sardines, 2 cases <,il«w ""'"'' 2 bags rice, 1 *JW oats and'barlcy, saddb ^ * ke^ »PPl«4 8 ' Joxrasing, 1 cw fli'p^V ^imth sugar, 1 " G- Harris; 2 iron boileraP»r ¦«k vinegar, J. and Cameron; 1 parcel, Surve'tv rv Brothers; ] parcel, Johnson; 1 coso, 1' » 'jffice > lObags potatoes, jUfifgsge, W, Gray mid'?? Warry; ll packages . «y; 1 box potatoes, i Co.; 30 bags flour, N. Burt 1 package, M'Dona) S cflsk plants, A. J. Bookings; 2 parcels, i{, A> ,?; 1 bale, Police Department; Dox, 1 case, I p- Alligsford. For Gladstone : 1 jule, 2 hu" ^,fe, 2 bwkets, 2 pots, 1 spade, 1 iu Da" ..-ollrjSts tea, 1 box soap, 2 bogs maize, 011 j* flfittf, l...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
QUEENSLAND MAILS. ARRIVAL and DEPARTURE of MAILS at the General Post Office, Brisbane. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 10 July 1861

QUEENSLAND MAILS. ABRiTALnnd Dei-astcrr of MAtw at tho General Post Olllce, Brisbane. . POST TOWNS. Auburn... ... ... Callandoon fGundawSnda) Casino and Grafton Cleveland . ... ... Condamine- ... Dalby ... - ¦ ... .-.? ... Drayton... Gayndah Gladstone ipswich... ... ... Leyburn... ... ... Moggill .... ... - ';'.' Nanango ¦v.- ... .«-.>' Marlborough* > ... . ? .' Maryborough* ri...;", ??'? \ ¦"" Maryborough ..,'r- ; ... Rockhampton and. Tort Denison Surat nod Yarrawa ... ''"aroom... " ... Toowoomba -- m. Warwick ' ... >» TVwtwood and Nulalbin .*' MAILS CLOSE AT BRISBANE. Monday nt-i:p.trf. Monday nt 1 p.m. Monday at 8 pm. Monday nt 1.30 p.m. Monday ntl p.m. ?'' Monday at 1 p m. ?? ..'"¦'?¦?," ~ Monday at 1 p.m., nnd Friday at 1.15 p.a., Tuesday at 1 p.m. . By steamer eTcry alternate Tuesday Daily at 1.30 p.m. " ? Monday at 1 pjn. ": i. JW steamer Hawk, 3 times a week. Tuesday at 1 p.m. ?. Hy stwsmor only every alternate Tuesday By steamer every alternate Tuesday ?Via Ipswich...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Commerical Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 10 July 1861

Commercing XntellllKeuce. ? I Mr. A. Mabu* re lK)r^ y,0 Htl\C) :lt nuction, at his rooms, of an nih fluent of land in Oharlotto-streot, with a cottage,, Ac., erected thereon, for the sum ot", £345.. Also, mi allotment in Pickering-street, ; FortitudeVaRey, for the sum of £24.

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 10 July 1861

--- WANTED JOINERS. Apply to ROBERT PORTER, Queen-street. WANTED a GENERAL SERVANT, Apply to Mrs. JOHN STEPHENS, South Bris- bane; or to Office of this paper. WANTED a strong aotive LAD, to drive a Baker's Cart. Apply to AMOS GLOVER, George-street, WANTED a competent COOK for the Metro u politan Hotel, Edward-street. Apply at once to the Proprietor, JAMES MOONEY. WANTED, a Four or Fivo Roomed COT 'f AGE, in or near tbe town. A poly to HOPKINS & CRAWFORD. WANTED a PORTER to make himself gone rally useful. Apply to ll. DAVIDSON, auctioneer. WANTED a respectable little GIRL to go errands, about IO or 12 years of age. WATCHMAKER'S, Edward-street. WANTED o good GENERAL SERVANT. Apply to Airs. BLAKENEY, Edward street. WANTED a WAITER, for n first-class Hotel in Ipswich. Application to ha mude "t tho Herald Oflieo. \\! ANTED a throe or four-roomed COTTAGE, '* in town or suburbs. Apply to Air. CAMPEN, Tobacconist, Queen-street. \\f ANTED a HAN to drive a horno and dray, *' and make ...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
VICTORIA. [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.] MELBOUKNE, June 27. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 10 July 1861

VICTORIA. [PBOM OUtt OWN .CORRESPONDENT.] Melboukne, June 27. The rumour which I mentioned in the brief postscript to my last communication, that the Governor was favorable to a dissolution of the Assembly, proved correct. The Chief Secretary announced tho fact in the house on Tuesday se'nnigbt, together with tho in- timation that the government would proceed with no other business than tho Appropri tion Bill. Tho determination of the Governor was evidently quite-unexpected by the Opposition, whose tactics this coup (Vetat completely upset. They found them- selves outmanoeuvred, and for thc moment thoroughly defeated. Their indignation was proportionately excited, and as angry men are invariably the tvorst of enemies to them- selves, they havo been consistent in this respect. Not content with heaping abuse and contumely upon the responsible ad- visers of the Governor, which they did most liberally, they went so far as to insult bis Excellency by passing an address, the tone of which...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
The Courier. WEDNESDAY, JULY 10 1861. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 10 July 1861

ffte toutier* W£DX£SI>JLY, JULY 10 1801. The temporizing policy of tho Dulce of Newcastle 1ms produced its natural .fruit's. .-His despatch on tho Supreme Court Bill satislied nobody, and thc question which he evaded will have to 'bo referred to another Secretary of Stato. It hus now, however, assumed a now "phase. The Attorney-Gcueral, differing from the Jutlgo in the opinion which he lias maintained respecting the lega1 rights of himeolf and his successors on tho Bench, holds that His 1-Iimor'n suc- cessor lias as strong an equitable claim to a ."alary of £1500 a-ycoi'- as Mr. Lutwyche has to the oontimied enjoy-1 ?' jnent of his present salary. He has I ol declared, also, that be viii not, in bil capacity of Attorney-General, advise His Cap. Excellency to assent to any bill which ssen- gives the future judge of the Supreme |rtJje Court a lower salary than £1500, and it jeith w U> be presumed, therefore, that the bill Ugh, will be reserved a second time for the itoii" s'gD'f...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
THE EXPLORATION EXPEDITION. (From the Melbourne Herald, July 2) [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 10 July 1861

!THB EXPLORATION EXPEDITION. . (From tho tkOmrne BenM, July 2 ) : Atieetinq of the Exploration Committee was held yesterday afternoon in the Royal Institution, Sir William P. Stawell in tho chair.' .. MB. BRAHE'S ACCOUNT. ,c«.'Dr. Macadam Btated that at the meeting on the previous day, Mr. Brahe stated .:: he had notes of the proceedings of himself and party subsequent to the departure of Mr. Burke from Cooper's Creek. The committee, desirous of obtaining every in- formation, requested, Mr, Brahe to extend his notes. This he had done, and forwarded the document to him. Tho account so pre- pared by Mr. Brahe was as follows :? " Melbourne, 30th June, 1861. .,-."To, the Hon. Secretary Exploration ' Committed, Melbourne. "Sir,?I have the honor to report to you, for the information of the committee, that on tbe 10tb of December last Mr. Burke gave me charge of the depot formed by bim at Cooper's Creek, and started for Eyre's Creek en route for thc Gulf of Carpentaria, at 6.40 a.m. on the...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 10 July 1861

Steam to Sydney. THE TELEGRAPH Trom tho A.S. N. Co.'h New Wharf; THISMORNING.nt 9 o'clock. ^ Steerage Fares Seduced to £3. GEO. D. WEBB, Agonfc. Wharf, 17tb June, For Sydney. 11HE UNCL'fi TOM, Lake, master, wl.ll ba towed down the river THIS EVENING (Wed nesday).'. For passage, apply to H.-TOWNS AND CO. South Brisbane, Otb July, 1861. . nt*n REWARD.?Whereas' two German ZjUU travellers nnnvrf JOSEPH and SO- LOMON HOEFLIOIC, having obtained, in January last, some large parcels of goods on false i representations, tho above reward will bo paid to any party who nm.v apprehend and lodge them in cneoflier'Mujosty'BgaoJfl. ;> Solomon Hiiefliok iB aoonfc live feet five, in oh ob in height, dark swarthy complexion, about thirty-, fire years of og©.. 'Joseph Hoefliok is about thirty yews of nge, full florid complexion, sandy heard an.d whiskers, andaliuut flve feet eiuht inches in liej^ht. ? Both speak English with tho to reign accent. They were last seen on the Lumb'mg Flat Dig wings abou...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 10 July 1861

MARRIAGES.     July 8th, at the residence of Mr. Charles Randle, Breakfast Creek, by the Rev. B. G. Wilson, B.M., Miss Esther Pritchard, of Brisbane, to Mr. Lot Randle, of Fortitude Valley. Same day and place, by the same, Miss Selina   Randle, eldest daughter of Mr. Charles Randle, Breakfast Creek, to Mr. William Doreson, of Bulimba.  

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Parliamentary Paper. PETITION OF IMMIGRANTS BY "FORTITUDE" AND "CHASELEY." To the Honorable the Members of the Legislative Assembly of Queensland, in parliament assembled. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 10 July 1861

Parliamentary Paper. PETITION OF IMMIGRANTS BY "FOR- TITUDE" AND "CHASELEY." To the Honorable the Members of the Legis- lative Assembly of Queensland, in Par- liament assembled.       The Petition of the undersigned Immi- grants by ships "Fortitude" aud "Chaseley." Humbly Sheweth: That your petitioners emigrated from Eng- land for the Port of Brisbane-then of New South Wales, but,now of Queensland in the year 1848. That they were induced to do so from the representations made to them by the Rev. Dr. Lang, to the effect that each adult should receive, in addition to his or her passage, sixteen acres of land from the then Govern- ment of New South Wales. That the Land Orders then given by Dr Lang have never been honored, the govern- ment of Now South Wales having refused to acknowledge that any contract existed be- tween them and him. That notwithstanding such disappointment, your petitioners have settled in the district of Moreton Bay, now formi...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
MYSTERIOUS DISAPPEARANCE OF SIR W. W. BURTON, (From the Empire.) [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 11 July 1861

MYSTERIOUS DISAPPEARANCE OF SIR W. "W. BURTON, (From the Empire.) Tins heading may excito some surpiisc, not altogether unmmglcd with cuuosity and alarm, on the pin t of the numerous pcisoual fnends of fbir "William Wcstbrooko Bul ton In point of fact howovci, we do not moan that the woithy knight has disappeared thiough a tiap door, or in a flash of red or blue firo, as might have been suspected, through the agency of his theatrical fellow passenger, Mr W H Stephens, 01 that ho has piosontcd anything like the vision of Str Hildehiand, the gallant knight, Who saw Ins ladye's ghost at night Shake off the veiling pall and slirond, And vanish in a parting cloud Su "William Burton s ovasion was effected in the bioad light of the aftcuioou, and witnos sod by many , but, foi all that, thoio wcic circumstances oi profound my stciy attending his departui o, and thoy continue so to cn shroud that historic cvont, that wo aro obliged, reluctantly, torccui to a subject with which we had hoped t...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
THE REPORT OF THE COMMISSION ON EDUCATION. (From the Daily News) [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 11 July 1861

THE BEPORT j op THE COMMISSION P'_$r EDUCATION. \ fírom, the Daily Jfítws) .: Vs the 3Utn ? June, 1858, a Commission waa appointed tr j inquire into the state of Popu- lar Education in England, and to report upon, the measures required for its extension. ! " The Coramissioners were the Duke of New ' cas.fle, 'dir John Coleridge, two clergymen, ./.' tb,e Professor of Modern History at Oxford, \\ J £r., Senior, and Mr. Miall. The selection " 'was judicious, for, besides their general emi- nence, these gentlemen were distinguished .-for their interest in the subject of education. 5They had the additional advantage of repre r. .¡'senting more or less faithfully the various . ' opinions which are held in this country, on . i?'"/the important subject into which they were directed to inquire. It was not, therefore, to be expected that seven Commissioners, starting with views so divergent, should be brought to an agreement ; nor indeed, as ap ' pears by the report, which has just been laid ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
IPSWICH. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) TUESDAY, JULY 9. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 11 July 1861

IPSWICH. (FJIOÍI OUIl OWN COmtESI'ONDENT.) TUUSIIAY, JULY !). I l'Ritoiuvi: two errors in my letter of yester- day, which, if they occurred, as I daresay thuy did, in my manuscript, must bo regarded ai slips of tho pon. Tho plaintif!', not the " defendant," addressed that strango inquiry to tim bunch respecting compensation. Also, tho word " as " is omitted in tho passage re furring to your loader, and its ahsunco somo whnt alters thu sunse-thus, instead of saying '. that idea of yours ombrncos only part of what is duu," I moant to write "that idea of yours embraces,-as only part of what is duo, -thu vury point for which the corporation boro H contending," referring to thu non iippropriation by tho govornnioiit of tho ca- tiro proceeds of tim forthcoming lund sulo. My report us to tho number of pupils in the National School, yesterday, was correct, but . thura have buen some additions since, so that I now thu uuuibur is eighty-two, Mr, Suutt'b assistant has left him also, and n to M...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Parliamentary Paper. REPORT ON THE SEVENTEEN-MILE ROCKS. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 11 July 1861

Faplñasíiesítaa'y äsaiser. REPORT OST TUB SEYENTEEÎT-MILE ROCKS. THESE rocks are entirely composed of sand- stone, except the two northernmost, which form small islands, and have the sandstone merely as a base. Tbey all lie in an oblique direction to the bed of the river, at about an angle of CO0, except the south rock, which, with the north rock, forms an angle with the direction of the stream of about 80°. The natural position of the channel would bo towards the north side of the river, but the rocks themselves, nnd the foulness of the ground lower down the stream, have ef- fectually prevented the excavation of a deep channel on that side of the river, by the ac- tion of the stream. The ground on the south side, below the rocks, is moro regular, and the bottom is, for the most part, bhingle. The north and south rocks themselves also -by their relative position to one another, being moro directly tranverse to the direc- tion of the stream than that of the other rocks-offer at once ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Weekly Calendar. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 11 July 1861

WecMy (UaBn"»ïaSar. Hran WATER AT BBI-BANB. Dnjs. Date. Morn. Aita .Monday . Tuesday . "Wednesday... July. 11 12 1.1 14 15, ,16 1» 1 2S 2 20 3'10 4' 0 «4 46 5 32 H 20 1 SJ 2 46 3 :>$ 1 22 ri li 5 50 G 45 Sas. Itises, Sets. fi 52 5 17 0 52 6 17 (i fil 5 Iii 6 51 5 1!) (, 50 1 10 0 50 5 19 (i 60 5 20

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. THURSDAY (THIS DAY). GOVERNMENT BUSINESS—NOTICE OF MOTION. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 11 July 1861

LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. TIIUKSDAY (THIS DAY). GOVERNMENT BUSINESS-NOTICE OF MOTION. Mr. llntuEUT to move,-For leave to bring in a Bill to provide for the establishment of Savings Banks. OEKHRAIJ imsmEss-ORDERS OF TUE DAY. Supply: Resumption of committee. Ways and Means : Resumption of committee. Parliamentary Privilege Bill : Third reading. Supply : Report from committee. Masters and Servants Bill : Second rending. Consideration in committee of Draft Regulations for Commonage. . GENERAL BUSINESS-NOTICES OF MOTION. Mr. BLAKENEY to move,-That the Joint Library Committee have liberty to sit during an adjourn- ment or recess or this house. ' GENERAL BUSINESS-ORDERS OF TUE DAY. Consideration in Committee of address to Governor in reference to certain parliamentary salaries, Mounted patrol for Maranoa District. : Report from Committee. Municipalities' Act Amendment Bill : To be considered in Committee. Impounding Act Amendment Bill : To he con- sidered in Committee.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 11 July 1861

' ' "'SUMMARY FOR ENGLAND. ? mni3 COUMER'S usual monthly SUM '.' 'X MARY, fiir Eurrtpo, yHlI bo pulilihhi'fl' "o'ii WEDNESDAY, Um I7th instant, in time for the .Supplementary Mail to bo des pntched por " Telegraph." ?

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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PARLIAMENTARY BUSINESS. LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. THURSDAY (THIS DAY). QUESTION. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 11 July 1861

LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. TuuiiiDAY (Tnis DAY). QIII:SIIO.N". The honorable W. WOOD to ask the honorable member, representing the Government-1. Has nny report been received from the Commissioner of Crown Lands for the Kennedy District, relative to the behaviour of the native tribes inlinbiting the country around Port Denison, and the line ol'con- duct pursued towards tliem hy the authorities. 2. If such report exists, does it in, any degree tally with the statements contained in a letter under date " Port Denison, May 20th," which wns pub- lished in the " Queensland Guardian," of Juna 29 th. NOTICES OF MOTION. Tho honorable W. II. VALWIN to move,-1. That the lion-iinncxiition ol' the territory .lying to the northward ol' tho Clarence River to this colony, at the time of separation was entirely opposed to the promise contained in Mr. Lnbouchcre's Despatch, of date July 21st, 185G, wherein it'is stated that " her Majesty's Government will have no great dililculty in fixing on a line which ...

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