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VARIETIES. [Newspaper Article] — The Moreton Bay Courier — 5 February 1848

VARIE il ES. UNANSWERABLE,'- Why- should V teetóiálíer."" never liave a wife ?-Because "he will' not4 sup-~ porter. ", *, .'. ' ¡FOREION INTELLIGENCE.-It Is whisper^tHat' the Peruvian President has senta'hoáülé ttles^g? to a neighbouring potentate."" 'Our correspondent/ iii that quarter intimates that'evch if the Pérüyía'tt 'dogs of warWe letjoose, ii would erid in Peruvian bark, for their would 'be ,no, biting!, The ¡Papar Government looses 250',000^dollars by the reduc- tion ofn,the duty oh salt ; but it' is said, in well informed circles, that'if the revenue will no longer"' be in salt, it will somehow or other be muster'd. The Americans have sent into Mexico, to carry On the campaign,' an officer named General Pilldw. It is said in quarters that^nay-or may not--be' relied upon, thai tlie selection of General Pillow, shows ,how much the American cause standsVW need of bolstering. If Pillow is one of the right' sort, he may put a feather, in the cap oPall bia" followers!-Punch» ' ...

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To the Editor of the Moreton Bay Courier. [Newspaper Article] — The Moreton Bay Courier — 5 February 1848

i [To the-Editor of ¿lie Morelon-Bay Courier,:] Siaí-^Whéh'nri" individual-^ puts himself' fttàmfc rîèrftly^fo'iKyard' !às;tlie corrèctur'of '? the 'moral'*dè>: lih'qucJhclès-of'a ccimmùnityi or aîiy piirt ;óft"it;¡ sûrëly ii:ik\ ihcumbènt'onV-hini;to-b¿: equally: no-1 tbi'ioivs . for iïôt- being himself 'guilty rôf;ahy .'b'réâcjii" of 'those'- moral 'obligations: wluclvl'wheii Violated tend to ..p.ró\tib'te'.í^ctjo.ñ,ari'cl party-feeling Where such do'rioï exi&t-^ahd'' where they do, to magnify their concomitant evils in a degree to be depre- cated by every lover of peace in s-uch community; As a proof of tha.jjUstnleîis.ôfrmy remark, I be pleased with.those. who attended the funeral of the" lato'iiev. John Gregor oti account of the manner iii which they conduct^-Mi organised plan" "of procession ; of a'.'diversity of garment as unbecoming j and "was perhaps tlie only person,amongUhoáe'whoattended, into whose inindlthe idea.suggested itself of?any.thing.;conn párablcvto ...

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SELECT POETRY. ON BIDDING FAREWELL TO A VERY BEAUTIFUL YOUNG LADY. [Newspaper Article] — The Moreton Bay Courier — 5 February 1848

^^SMM¿¥?OWÍ%YS ^ERY" ? ¿ I^ÚonéVfthe *cret depths^ W90 W; !? ^^S*'*;^/ : ;î?toakï*io^ The anguish I alone should know. Jfy$^\ïï&^ ' 1 woukLnottbat .one4ear-)rt^ld-trace. -¿¿^..¿Ä - ^«¡pat^of.fpnw.pjert^^ ?^ÏÏ-.^'-'N .My grief were double did I feel . 1'',#¡o/AI.ir Tul»önesölövelyCiäirVaÄdipüreJ ^0}. ;(To,wBtJm!ä«?Art'gM welPinighï'khéèl)^^-';?;<?>.'.M JÖnepangfoTsorröw^shöuldeadure. ^ f i!-f;' Serene and happy, as 'tis now. _,__ »Tisnot aloné .tte^^ Oíj'í Noç form beyond earÛi's.;,fairest mouldy -y^'f 'Tlie.'ínágíí!!bf Jh'y^ Thy'eysèryaeftp^dpes üníplcl.'' '^ ¡^{¡j' * !' . Sôufhir&so bright^ jthoii jyëll oia^'st-se^m ?;: ,r.í.i The oflspring- of some 'fairy ,'dreaml ' ' ' *,'" '.' : 1 "'""'' Thereis-ii deeper magic- yet,- ... r>;j- ''V; « ^> te? . Makin^^hcedearer still j . ? ^j» '«-i .-. líi¡:T;*<': The »pell OÄce felt we!ne'er forset, <V^.?^^ abends alfcnäWre'tö-th^^^ Thy kittü and fêelirtpîhèarïithe,'jgîac^ ^í!* "^ But ind...

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TO FRANCIS FORBES, ESQ[?], AND THE OTHER[?] GENTLEMEN ATTENDING THE PUBLIC MEETING ON JANUARY 17TH. [Newspaper Article] — The Moreton Bay Courier — 5 February 1848

TO FRANCIS FORBES, ESQ" AND THE OTHER! GENTLEMttN: ATTENDING THE' i !' .PUBLIC,MEETING ON,.JANUARY,.lt7TII. i ByKfavour of¡ the Ñoretorí Bay Cornier. GKNTLKMEN.-^rcanri^ the subject'of the ¡ntro'iHíctión of Indian labourers; into this district,"to have taken place without oller-1 ing to youmy ap^ugies ¡for- being absent on that' %f^ihl\ ¿¡iW'^i ¿J '-U^'" '?'??'? '"?'' It would ¿lot ¡Be djuiçult fojr>rnexo,g.ive you my; .reasons, for ^my, ¡ndn-appWanceibut^I aro,.not; ' anxious'to trespas^ paper,' '.lind' I'"do1, íiope líiáÍy'oii'iwiÍI'g'ive me all! credit for my sincerity when -1,assure you that, will''receive tliis*apology' in! the. same'spirit, iri whichäj is offered. . ^,, .,'.;-.-;Î ,.',»,.>:. Attïïe same time, I cannot commít\tÍiis'letter to, the public, without taking notice'of opiriidns which' have-been-disseminated by 6omepeopIe,-viz.,-that; J took?uponniyseJf:tliecxlra^r,(Hnar^responsibility; of idter'riiig'ihe day-pf! the rheeting'.i>eítherv'for|tli& ¡sake...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Moreton Bay Courier — 5 February 1848

TH STEAM TO SYDNEY. > ' £ STEAMER fur SYDNEY will be de- spatched ' Within 48 hours Mffer her arrival. GEORGE SALT TUCKER, ' m H. S. N. Companys Wharf, Agent. South Brisbane, Jan. 19,1848. STEAM TO SYDNEY. 'THE CORNUBIA will ?* leaye Sydney on Tuesday, the 1st February, and may be expected at the end of the week. She will be despatched again or Sydney on the Tuesday following. For freight or passage, apply to GEORGE WATSON, Kangaroo Point. Agent. NOTICE. REID and BOYLAND*» Punt MARY ANN continues to run between Brisbane and Ipswich every Tuesday and Friday, as usual. s. d. Wool, per bale. 2 0 .*Dead weight, per ton..,. 10 0 Measurement, per ton. . . 12 0 N'.B.-All partiesnothaving settled their monthly accounts, are respectively informed that if they ate not settled within fourteen days from this notice, no more goods will be delivered until payed for. JOHN BOYLAND. Ipswich, Jan. 21,1818. NQTICE. 'THE PUNT MODEL continues running be« 1 tween Brisbane and Ipswich every Tuesday and...

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THE [?]oreton [?]ap Courier. SATURDAY FEBRUARY 5, 1818. DECK LOADING. [Newspaper Article] — The Moreton Bay Courier — 5 February 1848

i im ÇA o v 11 o n 33 a i> ? oy<i¥ï k tí-' * *^UPM*j**tmirjjo?**r*r4iMXM&ií&»*^^ , -:CSIATliRDAytffÇEBlRU^y<^.,48^5.jJt .V í/i.'jun'j A' ii;*? *.g:io trimm ihí* -ftí ÇJS ,<J '."} ?. ;>iJ 'til; .!.',' ni iwi/; .vj«t/:iít>^ v.tít. »ro ,!,h ?O sriT .oiBEGKsLQ'ADIWG.,:.,,. ü"í.;:;? -Ui-U or;7 .'j¡iU.U.C;A,-;kMAL>j;JiW.,v(f -;d..?.>;:;3-A WHAT'evef.v:'ön'e cap#lïlê 'of' r'eíleeCíbH ht tl'cípated','judging i&Aàffiztà&Mïfi&t the^Hunter^l^er ptea.rni^y^g^tjipu.CpHi panyload^heirctesseis^rhasiiipwi co.ine^q pass" A'laígíé^nibünt of pröp:eHyrbel*>ngi-» ing7to;$]e'jséttl^ had'^eeiv^ reason to believe in direct:, opposition tu the' '.wishes: of - the-;shipper's, --Hvas thro wa lafety the passengers. <..:If::U5e are ^correctly in- formed, 'upwards, of i sixty bales¡of wool, the greater portion of which jsiuninsured, were' thus sàcri'fi'cW;;1 á1 nu'' tlie"'! Cömpän y refuse tamalee gPpd,4he|,ioss...

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. DEPARTURES. [Newspaper Article] — The Moreton Bay Courier — 5 February 1848

-SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. DEPARTURES. Web. J. Thistle, steamer, Mulhall, for Sydney. , ' Passengers-Mr. Crawford, J|r. Hodg< Ebenezer, SAhpqfjer^ Nq$is,tóSydneM| Midas, sdtaoiÉtó Johnson.'fo&JSyddey,^. Albion, seVoorfr,Sher?¡n, (St Sydney^ IMPORTS. Thistle. 12 bags sugar, 3 bags salt, 1 bale, :2 cases, 1 cask, sundries, 2 chests tea, 1 pkge, irypans.4 cask mm, 1 pkge buckets, 1 box soap, J. A. Blyth ; 20 bags flou», 1 roll leather. 1 pel, 1 case tar, care of Alford ; I -case, Appltton ; -I bale, Archer : 45 bars, 2 biles iron, Bracker ; I - balefB^Srf*^T^«taà«Bnr4ia^f »alt, Lbox soap, Collins; I gin case, 1 keg, -CbdmWrs; l>bale, Elder ; I tru«,s, Ewer ; 2 bags tflour, Foley ; I cask cyder, I pel, Farquharson ; 24 .bkgaxíiüuT^Fjútn ',,Z&wJL¿aaubfa&ix¿i«# ? - - - - . " " ' 1 keg -~^.,*.^^-.*.-j~~.,,.n, -.,__., ",- - boxes" candles^iLcaskiHine.ïl truss, 1 box, Jn¿¿dr(ísA 2 cascs.nHandcock j d case* Cavenagh ; ttpcL, ¿boxes,,,! case. 2,pels/J. Macint...

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PORT PHILLIP. [Newspaper Article] — The Moreton Bay Courier — 5 February 1848

PORT PHILLIP.; ; We are in possession of complete files Of Melbourne, Geelong,'and'Portland Bay papers'to the 14th ultimo. The following extracts will lie found 'worthy of perusal :- ' j DISISASE'IN' SHEBF.-A violent and fatal disease recently appeared amongst the flocks of Mr. Road- knight, of the Cape Otway stations, which has carried1 off no less than 2.000 head. It assumed very i much the characteristics of rapid consump- tion in the human frame, the animals that were fat in the summer having pined into a state of atrophy, after running, without shelter ."through the winter over the same runs, exposed to the bleak, high, and mist-laden gal»s, that visit the coast during that season of the year.- Corio Chronicle, Jan. 10. C'Ahao OF CEDAR.-A resident merchant in Corio has freighted a vessel direct from Sydney to Geelong with a cargo of cedar, and has, we believe, successfully secured himself in the specu- lation, by disposing of _the whole of the timber in this place previous to a...

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DOMESTIC INTELLIGENCE. IPSWICH. (From our Correspondent.) [Newspaper Article] — The Moreton Bay Courier — 5 February 1848

DOMESTIC INTELLEGENCE.                     IPSWICH               (From our Correspondent)                 MONDAY, 31st JANUARY.-There being an over-   stock J.P.s in town to-day, a case under the Hired Servant's Act was heard viz.-Young v. Cavenagh. It appealed that both defendant and his wife were hired as house servants for twelve     months by an agent in Sydney ; and sent to Lime- stone at an expense to Mr. Young of about £8 ; not withstanding which Cavenagh during the short       period of not quite a foituight in which he was     actually employed, behaved...

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To the Editor of the Moreton Bay Courier. [Newspaper Article] — The Moreton Bay Courier — 5 February 1848

To the Editor of the Moreton Bay Courier. Sir,- In your last Saturday's publication there appears a letter from an individual who signs     himself " A Member of the Church of England," in which the writer animadverts very strongly upon the manner, in which the funeral of the late Rev. John Gregor was conducted. "I.know not,-and am totally at a loss to conceive, what could be your correspondent's object in penning such an epistle,.containing, as it does, so many coutradictions, gross exaggerations, and   manifest perversions of the truth. That he can be no real friend of the departed's is I think very evident to any one who will take the trouble to scan the production closely. It is, however, but common justice to those who took any part in the direction of the interment, and due to his friends at a distance, whose feelings may be shocked by a perusal of the letter in question, to state fairly what really did take place upon the occasion. The u...

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Moreton Bay Courier — 12 February 1848

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. :~Feb. . 5. Secret, schooner, Boyle, from Sydney. ' , Passen gera--Mrs. Boyle,- Mr. and Mrs. ... . O'Reilly and,child. ^, ;'_ ? \,' Effort, schooner, Thompson, frotrç Syd '.*''/. ''ney. ' " ^ l,'4'--,-^- ')> v '""' ;. ,'JV'P. Thistle, steatnerí'MulhaiW from.Sydney, -'."'' "' , Passengers-Mr. King.Mr.AíGrahami >and fifteen in'the steerage. Ni -% <t IMPORTS. Secret .. 6 chests, 6 ^ ditto tea ; 4 boxes soap, X Richardson ; 1 hhd porter, 1 box candles, 1 box mustard, 1 bag floor, 6 bags maize, Graham ; 7 casks bottled ale, 3 ditto stqut, IG cwt. potatoes, Boyle ; 20 casks bottled ale,"Little ; l8 bags dour, 2 boxes soap, 17 bags sugar, 3\ chest3 ten»8 bags salt', 2 bags potatoes, 1 tarpaulin, 2 bales, 1 cask sundries, 1 keg tobacco, 1 Scythe,' 1 package jboóts; l.cask* sundries, 9 trusses hay, R. Logan ; :2 cases, 3 cans, J. Taggart ; 1 chest tea, 2 mats sugar, 40'Ijnndles hoop iron. 50 bushels maize, ? .O'Rielly, ; I case, 1 bag, Cannan ; 7 bundl...

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MR. RAYE'S SECOND OVERLAND ROUTE TO ADELAIDE. (From a correspondent of the Maitland Mercury.) [Newspaper Article] — The Moreton Bay Courier — 12 February 1848

MR. RAYE'S SECOND OVERLAND ROUTE TO ADELAIDE. ju rviyj_jxj.il.ivJ-/. (Fromacorrespondent of the Maitland Mercury.) Ma. RAÏE proceeded along the Namoi to its junction with the Barwan.and thence along its course to the Darling River, the right bank of which he followed a distance of many hundred miles to its junction with the Murray River, where he joined the usual track of the ?? overlanders," after,which nothing occurred worthy of special ne.tice. It is stated in the long course of the Darling it receives no tributaries-that the country on both banks is of the most desert character, the only feed for the stock being closely confined to the banks of the Darling, anel that from the prevalence of hot winds this region may be supposed to be the margin of " Sturt's Desert." The aborigines were in vast numbers, but were ke*pt in check by the firm and prudent measures reseirted to by Mr. Riye, happily without hostile collision. Both banks of the river are strewn with the remains of various...

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ASSESSMENT ON STOCK. To the Editor of the Moreton Bay Courier. [Newspaper Article] — The Moreton Bay Courier — 12 February 1848

ASSESSMENT ON STOCK. To the Editor of the Moreton Bay Courier. SIR,-I do myself the honor to transmit to you a copy of a Ciicul.ir, dated tith January, 1846, from ihe Honorable .the Colonial Secretary, on the sub- ject of the return of lambs, elves, and foals for the purpose of assessment. As a misapprehension of the Act is very gene- rally entertained by the stockholders, an,insertion of this Circular in the Courier would, if you can find room for it, be the best way to disabuse the public mind upon the subject therein referred to. You can.-.use it as you like, with the* under-; standing that I do not subject myself to any expense by its insertion. - .- . , I have the honor to be, Sir. Your most ob( dient servant, ? CHRISTOPHER ROLLESTON. Croun Lands Office, Darling Downs, 7th February, 1813. , _ ,, CIRCULAR, i > Colonial Secretary's Ofllce, . >._ Sydney, nth January, 1843. Sm,-Information having reached the Govern- ment to the.eileet that, in making their returns of stock un...

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CLARENCE RIVER. COMMITTAL FOR POISONING BLACKS. [Newspaper Article] — The Moreton Bay Courier — 12 February 1848

CLARENCE RIVER. COMMITTAL FOR POISONING BLACKS. THE P/toHzVr, which arrived on Saturday morning, brings intelligence of one of the most extensive squatters in the district, Mr. Coutts, being com- mitted for the poisoning of seveial of the abori- gines. The following particulars of the case are gained from a letter dated 18th instant, which, after alluding to the loss of life and property which had occurred on the river, occasioned by the aborigines, and the unprotected manner in which the white population had been left to fight their own battles, proceeds to state th.it whilst it was perfectly unnecessary to give a recapitulation of events, yet it was necessary from this particular case to advert to bygone occurrences. In the year 1840, Mr. Thomas Coutts located on the river at Kangaroo Creek, about thirty miles in- land, and at that time his cattle numbered between eight and nine hundred, his sheep upwards of five thousand ; but owing to the repeated depredations of the blacks, he ...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Moreton Bay Courier — 12 February 1848

THE ?I fivr STEAM TO SYDNEY. _. E STEAMER for SYDNEY' will be de- spatched uithin 48 hours after her arrival. ' GEORGE SALT TUCKER, H: R: S. Ni Company's Wharf, Agent. .South Brisbane, Jan. 19,1848. ' >II_ - ' . , FOR SALE, ; 'í ,; A WOOL TEAM, in first-rate condition for the . road. For particulars, apply at the Courier Office. No objection to take Horses in part pay- ment, if suitable to the purpose required of them. VALUABLE ' HORSE AND CATTLE STOCK, ' TO BE SOLD WITHOUT RESERVE. MR. DOWSE HAS received instructions from the Trustees of the Estate of Messrs. Balfour and Irvine, to Sell by Public Auction, at Ipswich, ON <MONDAY, THE UTH FEBRUARY NEXT, At 12 o'clock, CATTLE 45 Bullocks, 4 years old, and upwards 74> Cows, nearly all broken in to bail 59 Heifers - «3 Steers 1 Bull 242 Head, more or less, of quiet, well-bred Cattle, now running at Tarampa, in charge of Messrs. C. and T>. Cameron. All calves under six months old will be given ,in. HORSES Bia BET, foa...

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TIDE TABLE. [Newspaper Article] — The Moreton Bay Courier — 12 February 1848

TIDE TABLE. HIGH WATrR AT GOVERNMENT WHARI\ MORN. EVEN. Feb. 12-Saturday. 5.10 5 50 ." d3-Sunday.¡....-6.'28 7.7 ' 44-~Monday. 7.44 8.17 !.,, i ;13~Tuesday.' 8.47 9.14 16-Wednesday. 9.39 10 2 - 17-Thursday. 10 23, 10.4^ l8-Friday. ÏI.3' 11.21 nBntaiaaagaKMnHgwamananBnanannM

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THE [?]oreton [?]ap Courier. SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 12, 1843. LATE ENGLISH NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Moreton Bay Courier — 12 February 1848

THE Moreton Bay Courier                             SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 12, 1848. LATE ENGLISH NEWS. By the Alert, (P.O.P.), arrived at Syd- ney on the 30th ultimo, English papers to the 2nd of October have been received. We have also been put in possession of British intelligence to the 6th of October, via Port Phillip. As none of our papers by the packet have come to hand, we are indebted to our contemporaries for the following summary : A severe battle was fought between the ' Americans and the Mexicans in August last. The loss of the Americans is said to be one thousand, whilst that of the Mexicans is five thousand, including thirteen generals, either killed or wounded. The strength of the former was only C000 -the latter 13,000 to 20,000. The United States cotton crops present an unfavourable appeara...

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RIVER VICTORIA. From Supplement to the Government Gazette of the 2[?]st ultimo.) Colonial Secretary's Office, Sydney, 24th January, 1848. [Newspaper Article] — The Moreton Bay Courier — 12 February 1848

Ti löR^R'VicroWA?1 - ^FrhmJSuèplèmént (o il¡e Gxovkrkrn&ü Gazette í/S* v»r o~> ^Colonial Secretary's Office, " -t>-< *" «"l i " Sydney, 24lU January, 1848. ílrí Excellency the "Governor'is pleased, to. direct the publication, for general information; of the ¡following Despatch from Mr.. Assistant-Surveyor Kennedy, detailing the particulars of the expedi- tion undertaken to" ascertain the course of the Riiver Victoria.( , Camp at Derribong, on the River Bogan, ' 12th January, 1848. .C Sir,=-4>take the earliest opportunity "of reporting ¡to. you ¡'the return of myself and party to Mr. SKer's station, on the Bogan', having, in accordance withthe. instructions contained in your letter of the 22nd Febrqary, No. 47-42,. followed down the River Victoria, and determined so much of its -course as'the supply of water and feed for my horse 'would admit of. You will observe, however, from the following Particulars, which I have now the honour to lay efoVé'ydu, that 1...

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PORT PHILLIP. [Newspaper Article] — The Moreton Bay Courier — 12 February 1848

PORT PHILLIP. WE are1 in receipt of Port Phillip papers to the 18th January. Our southern neighbours appear to regard the new constitution announced in Lord Grey's despatch as objectionable, but place so much importance on separation from this colony that they will secure that before they make any opposition to the remainder of the scheme. EXILES.-The next number of the local Go- vernment Gazette will contain the official notifi- cation of her Majesty the Queen having been pleased to direct the issue of a pardon in favour of a very large number of the Penton-villains who have arrived in this province, which will be avail- able in all parts of the world except the United Kingdom of great Britain and Ireland, whither they are precluded returning during the term of their respective sentences.-Argus, Jan. l8. STATE OF THE INTERIOR.-A settler just come down from the Wimera informs us" that all along the line of road between that part of the interior and Melbourne the feed is completely b...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Moreton Bay Courier — 12 February 1848

?&M\{\~ 'iSpn unavoidably detained, <&ék\\tyif)& was not to *£'aVt> Sydney until J^^^^;i%»_ Monday, the 7th instant-she S^Tî^i??^ may be expected immediately and will return with all possible dispatch. For freight or passage, apply to G ISO. WATSON, Kangaroo Point, Feb. 12, 1818. Agent. £5 REWARD. 'T'HE above reward will be given to any person * who will give such information as will lead to the conviction of the person or persons who filled with water th« 1-amp in the front of the Brisbane Hotel on the evening of the 10th instant. JACOB GOODE. South Brisbane, llth February, 1848. £1 REWARD.-STRAYED pBOM LIMESTONE, a dark bay HORSE, ~ branded J on the off' side under the saddle ; has two white hind feet, anda star on forehead. The above rewaid will be paid to any person who shall deliver the same to Mr. John M'Intyre, or 1 Mr. John Ross, at Ipswich. ' fa NOTICE TO SHIPPERS OP WOOL. UROM and after this date, the following will,be *. the rates of ...

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