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The Courier. THURSDAY, JULY 11 1861. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 11 July 1861

' * TUtJJtSI'Ay, JULY 11 1801. ot Tun IONOLISII MAIL.-It will bo,' semi, on reference to our advertising columns, that tho 'Postmaster-General lins , determined, as a precautionary measure, " to despatch the mnil for Euglnnd'uy tim Yarra Yarra,on Saturday next.- 'W10 mails for New Zotilnnil will also lie niado ii]) und despatched by thut vossol, closing for registered letters nt ö p.m. on "Friday, mid for ordinary letturs at 9 o'clock. on'Saturdny morning. The mail for Sydney and tho United Kingdom only will closo nt 11 a.m. on Saturday for registered letters ; and at noon of the same day for ordinary 1 ittcrs. "With rogan! to tim dopnrttiro of tho Telegraph 011 the 20th, a supplementary mail will, if practicable, bo despatched by that vessel ; hut the public arc advised not to risk; thoir coiiNîspotidonco hy tuistponing it to that date. Wo me requested to state that there will! in fntiuo, 1)0 no delivery ot letters nt the General Post-offico ou Sunday morning, unless a notice is es...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. WEDNESDAY, JULY 10. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 11 July 1861

LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. "WEDSK ÍIAV, JULY 10. Tnc PRESIDEN' Î took the chair at 25 minutes past 3 o'c' lok. 1 ' PAPERS. Dr. nOBBS la ¡don the table a commis- sion from His EJ .cclcncy tho Governor, em- powering the P 'reident of the Legislative Council to fill t'lie iffics of Administrator of the government . intho event of the death or absenco of his J Sxcolency. Also, a pape r vesting to postal communi- cation. Both papers wer/ ordered to be printed. ALIÎNS BILL. On the mot ion of Dr. HOBBS, tho roport from tho com.' jiittci of tho wholo tin this bill was adopted, and tio third reading fixed as an order for "tho nolt day. FENCING- BILL. Dr. 1IOBB S movid tho second reading of this bill, and. in dong so, briefly explained its provisions, much ,o the same effect as the introducer of the bjl in the other house. The motion was (arriod, and tim committal of the bill was fixée as an order for Wednes- day noxt. , The house adjourned at half-past 3 o'clock, until the noxt day rt 8 o'clock.

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
CENTRAL POLICE COURT. TUESDAY, JULY 9TH.—Before the Police Magistrate. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 11 July 1861

CENTRAL POLICE COURT. TUESDAY, JULY OTU.-Doforo tho Polico Magistrate. Homy Jackson, charged with drunkenness, was admonished, and discharged. WI:DKKS»AY, JUI.V 10TH.-Before the Polico Magistrate. Ellis Poters, convictod of druiikonncss, was fined 10s., or iu default was sontuueed to 21 hours imprisonment. Süiuous ACCIDENT. - A serious ncoidont happened last Wednesday to a well known well-sinker, Charles Taylor, who, boing on thu bottom of a newly Blink well at Mr. Wal- ker's premises, was struck by a very hoavy slab fulling down on his head from tho height of fifteen feot. Tho hack part of tho head was denuded from skin and musclos to a con- siderable extent, and tho bones of tho skull laid baro. The pationt escaped death within an inch, as his skull would have been frac- tured if the slab struck him an inch higher. Ho is now progressing favorably under Dr. Sauhso's t.eatmont. It will bo a caution to wull-sinkers who cannot procoed too carefully. Dr. Sachse informs us that ho wet w...

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

REMOVAL. REMOVAL. REMOVAL. JOHN MARKWELL, , IRONMONGER, CHINA MERCHANT, AND GLASS DEALER, IN returning thanks for past favors, begs to inform his friends and the public, that he has REMOVED to his NEW STORES, NEXT to Messrs. FLAVELLE BROTHERS and CO., and OPPOSITE Mr. E. B SOTJTHERDEN'S, where his stock of IRONMONGERY, CHINA, GLASS, &c, Can be much better selected from than in his OLD PREMISES. The STOCK is now being replenished with purchases arrived per RIFLEMAN, via Sydney. ' J. M. would call special attention to his BUSH-MADE TOOLS, manufactured to his order, and warranted. The stock of FURNISHING IRONMONGERY" is always well selected. CHINA and GLASS can be had at very low prices. BUILDERS will always find a good assortment of MATERIALS, of a superior quality, at moderate prices. CARPENTERS and CABINET MAKERS will find a good assortment of PLANES, SAWS, AND CHISELS by the best makers. SQUATTERS and STOREKEEPERS will find a LARGE STOCK of GOODS and will be liberally dealt...

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 — 11 July 1861

QUEENSLAND MAILS. ARRIVAL and DüPAirrunR-of MAIM at . tho General ?-',',. f¡ / Post Office, Brisbane.; ' '/ ' -POST TOITOS. Auburn... Callandoon CGundawindo) ''««ino ml Grafton Olciclr'1 - -. Condamine ~ ... ...~ . Dalby. Drayton ... «ayndah Gladstone .. .. " 'pswtch ... * Tayburn... .. Uo{<ill. N mango ,_ JtarlliarnURh Uarybo-ou^h **.. ~.. _ . Maryborough .. " .. Rockhampton nnd Port Benison Surat and Yarrow» _ ... 'Broom... " ... Toowoomba .. r "... Warwick w _ .. TVotiwood and >"ulalbta ... - Monday at Ï p.m*. Monday nt 1 p ra. Monday at S pm. Honda/ at 1.S0 p.m. Monday at 1 p ni. Monday at 1 p m. . "* t . Vonday at 1 p.m" añJ Friday at 1.15 p.m. | Tu(.i>da> at l p m.~ Dv steamer every altcrna'e Tuesday Dilly at I"30 ^.m. " l Monday st 1 p.m. > - .? l'y stornier Hawk, 3 times a weck, v *^' Tutsd ly at 1 p m. " By st smcr only every alternite Tuesday - * By steamer every altcrnato,Tuefday - , *VK Ipswich and Xanin^o on^Tucday at 1 p.m. " By steamer oTcry_aUe...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
MAILS PER "NORTHAM." GENERAL POST OFFICE. Brisbane, 10th July, 1861. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 11 July 1861

MAILS PEE '" WO. RTHAM." GENERAL POST Oí?] ¡TOE. Brisbane, 10;h July, 18G1. THE Mails per the P. and O. i !. N. Company's steamer " Northam" will bu made up at this Oll/ee, and despatched via Syduey -tiei Yinni Yann, nu Hillier : For New Zealand, South Anst rulla, Western .Australia, Tiismani,i, and Victoria, and all parts of JKurope, «scent the United Kingdon i, the Mull will ." .be closed on Saturday, the líítlt insl ant, at 'J a.m. Registered Letters must be posted before 6 p.m. .on Friday, the lath instant. For Svdncy and the United Kingi lorn only, the Mail wiilelot-oou SATURDAY, tim 13th instant, . at noon. llegihtered Letters will lie received rantin 1 a.m.' The following malls «ill bo despafle'led, vlü. : ' To tho United Kingdom, via J for.« ill es und via Southampton ; to France; to the Northern Coun irlcs of Europe via Ti leste; to Mew Zealand, .Melbourne, AdoUiile, Tasmania, \\ restem Aus-. traba, Mauritius, Alexandria, the 1 ndian Poi «, i Chin.i, and the Cape ot Unod Ho...

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

WANTED JOINERS. Apply to ROBERT PORTER. Que-n-street._ W ANTED, a Competent HOUSEMAID., Apply at the Queensland Hotel, Edward street, N. BrisliaiiB. J. SOANLAN._ WANTED a GENERAL SERVANT. Apply             to Mrs. JOHN STEPHENS, South Bris- bane : or to Office of this paper. WANTED a strong active LAD, to drive a Baker's Cart. Apply to AMOS GLOVER, George-street,   WANTED a competent COOK for the Metro- politan lintel, Edward-street. Apply at once to the Proprietor, JAMES MOONEY. WANTED, a Four or Pi io Roomed COT- TAGE, in or near the town. Apply to HOPKINS & CRAWFORD. WANTED a PORTER to make himself gone rally ubeful. Apply to R. DAVIDSON, anotioneer. _I_ WANTED a good GENERAL SERVANT. Apply to Mrs. JJLAKENBY, Edward street. XT/"-^T an experienced GROOER-. Must V» have good testimonials. Apply imme- diate! v, at Mr. LEVY'S, Queensland Aroode, Brish ino HI ANTED THO BULLOCK-DRIVERS, t...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
TEMPERANCE AND INTEMPERANCE. (From the Saturday Review.) [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 11 July 1861

TEMPERANCE AND INTEMPERANCE. (From the Saturday Review.) WE are indebted to a country physician, Dr. Barclay, of Leicester, for a most sensible pamphlet on the Temperance question. Originally it was delivered in a lecture before the Leicester Literary and Philosophical Society, and it is published by Bosworth, of   Regent-street. For ourselves, we can claim to have given some attention to the literature of this subject. We are tolerably familiar with the crude talk of the Alliance Weekly News on the one hand, and with the many professional ambiguities on the other, in which the medical journals indulge when discussing the subject of intoxicating drink. We may, therefore, express a real satisfaction at meeting, in so close a compass, and in so very pleasant a form as Dr. Barclay's lecture, a scientific account of the effects of alcohol on the human physiology, and of the actual extent of disease induced by intemperance, together with statistics which are not the in- vent...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
THE SECOND QUEENSLAND CHAMPION SWEEPSTAKES. (FROM OUR UNKNOWN REPORTER.) [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 11 July 1861

THE SECOND QUEENSLAND ."."CHAMPION SWEEPSTAKES. . (FBOM OUR ÜKK\OW\ itLPonri n ) AFTER very .onsiderablc difficulty, and an immense amount of inconvenience to our- selves, (caused by the' unwillingness of the ¡honorary secretary to give us the information j wo "required, we have at last been enabled to obtain (he entrances for this forthcoming ii great race/which took plnce in the room set apirt at Tattersall'!-, on Thursday last. So anxious were1 the promoters of this affair to Ikeep us in the dark for the present as to how and when this lace was to como off, that every species of dodgery was resorted to to prevent our knowing at what time the committee would meet for tho purpose of taking the entrances. But, notwithstanding .ly the fact that the Usher of the Black Eod, in company with»the Sergeaot-at-Arms, were placed at the door for the purpose of pre- venting our entrance, yet, thiough the in- strumentality of Jenkins (who never fails us wh'on required), we were forewarned of wh...

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

NEW ROAD. Colonial Secretary's Office. Brisbane, 25th June, 1861. HIS Excellency the Governor, with the advice of the Executive Council, having deemed it expedient to open and make a Road (to be maintained at tbe public expense) running through Daniel Skyring's 24 acres to the River Brisbane, opposite Bulimba Ferry ; Notice is hereby given, that in conformity with the provisions of the Act of the Governor and Council of New South "Wales, 4 Wm. IV., No. 11, and now in force in this colony, a Plan and Book of Reference, showing the intended line of the Road above mentioned, are now deposited at the office of the Surveyor-General, in Brisbane, and also at the Police Office, Brisbane, and all persons interested therein are requested to transmit, in writing, to the Clerk of the Executive Council, witliin one month from this date, any weU-grounded objection which may exist to the formation of the Road in question. By His Excellency's Command, R. G. W. HERBERT. BOOK OP REFERENCE OF ROAD fr...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. WEDNESDAY, JULY 10. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 11 July 1861

LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. WBDNEIDAY, JULT io. Tho SPEAKKR. took tho chair at twulv^ minutes past three. i t . CONTRADICTION. Mr.« FLEMING roso to, contradi^ a stat0 mont which was .reporte d to havü ijQun maa0 by Mr. O'sullivan «n Friday; ',nst, dilling the debate on tho Moreton, Bay Tramway Bill, to tho otlcct that he (7 ,fv. Fleming) was inter- ested in the;rramv-,ftyCompuny. Sucl» state- ment was withou -t foundation, lie having no interest m the Company. Mr. O SUE ^IVAÍÍ denied that he had made any such nt^tomont. Mr. ¿LEMING was quite satisfied with tho statement' m'ado by Mr. O'sullivan. Ho kiio ,v nothing of the matter beyuiid Míe report »P pearing in tho Guardian of Saturday. Mr. MOFFATT was present during the de- bate, but did not hear any such statement as that referred to by tho lion, menibor (Mr. Fleming). PAPERS. Tho lion. COLONIAL SECRETARY laid upon tho table bomo papcis relating to tho Mail Survico between England aud tho Aus- tralian colonies. BENEVOLENT ASYLUM BILL. Mr...

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

Shipping Intelligence.     ARRIVALS. July 10tl..-Cyclo. e,,___"_" » tan Captain Heard, from Welbonroe and Ae . '...^ gers-Mrs. nnd Miss Cor ault al ageill.S.Grenfell^ent.^ JDXT 10.-Telegrapl., stonie. O'Ke'mey, for Sydney. Paw . ' * f sett, Smith.'T>.V*l&T>V' .»"f J.MIlHdge. W. Archer, W. a»1»T"T»» . W. Laurie, lîlack, BUvkeky, W. M. MoDoup " Kallnult p. Mo ,g Miss Fletcher, and ten in 'tIlP'stcera ,0-' JRTS Cyclone, 20,000 icet« jimber ' 137 pilir 8a9he3 gi oors, 250 bags ol po tn{. j gprjnff Cftrt> J2, ases whisky, 270 na- , n,ail! 200 boxe<} cwi(l es 3 > ? ases effects, 6 bates 1 M^ IT s GrJ.ufei], , av./ EXPORTS. Telegraph : 8 W le3 wool> t box J3j cas1cg ^"^ 2 bundles skins, _}. H. wilson; 1 package, H. M, ~ Keeve; ltr>j<w,, J. and G. Harris ; 2 case» lnut, Ballurd ; 1 yan /ile, j bug seeds, W. Hill ; 20 casks 1 tallow, R. J,iiHI|,h; .casks lallow, 58 hides, U. " WlUns; 2. trunks, C. Trundle; 1 pucknge, K...

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

J?CA REWARD..-Whereas tivo Gfjrymn 3bOU travellers named JOSEPH an.d SO- LOMON HOEFLIOK, having obtain ed, in January last, some large parcels of goods on falsa representations, the above reward will he, paid to any party who may appn-hond and lodge, tnem in one of her Majesty's gaols. Solomon Hoefliok as about five fee'c five inches in height, dark swarthy complexion, about thirty five years of age. Joseph Hoefliok is about thi1.-ty years of age, full florid complexion, snndy ben rd and whiskers, and about five feet eight inohos in height. Both Bpeak English with ti JO foi eign accent. They were last seen on the Tuanibing Flat Dig- gings about six weeUs since j. They have also been seen travelling in the. Murrumbidgee dis- trict. Information to be given to Messrs. DEUTGH MAN and CO., Be aohworth, Victoria, or to Messrs. ROSSITER und LAZARUS, George street, Sydney. NOTICE. £10 REWARD. STOLEN or STRAYED from Mogan, Weir River, near (Calandoon, Darling Downs Dis- trict, a Bay HORSE, b...

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 — 12 July 1861

i-;. I nn^F.TisTiATîn MATT.I lid AuMvAii and DI:PAKTÜKE of MAILS at the General ra Post Oliieo, Brisbane. TOST TOTOÍ3. Auburn._ Callandoon (Gundawînda) I anno and Grafton Cleveland ... ... Condamine. ... ... ' . Dalby *... _,.-?*-, Brayton... ' ... ... * Oajndah Giadstono .. ... . pstnoh... ... . ... Iz-yburn... Woglin ... x . '.'ajango " ... Uaxlbo-ough :.. Maryborough .-.. '... Mu-} borough ... " Bot'diomptnn and Port Denison Surat and Y.irrotr» " ... M-o^m... ... ... Toowoo-nba, Warwick ... Westwood and Kulalbin . MAILS CLOSE AT BRISBAiTE. Monday- at 1 p.m. Monday at 1 p.m. Monday at 8 p m. Monday at 130 p.m. . Monday at 1 p m. Monday at 1 p m. Monday at 1 p.m , and Friday at 1.15 p.m. Tuesday at 1 p m. By steamer every altema'e Tuesday Daily at 130 p.m. Monday at 1 p.m. Ity steamer Hawk, 3 times a week. Tuesday at 1 p m. - By steamer only every aliernate Tuesday By steamer every altern.ite Tuesday .Via Ipswn.li nnd Nanango on Tuesday at 1 p.m. By steamer every alternate Tuesday ...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
A VOICE FROM THE COUNTRY. (From the Burnett Argus.) [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 12 July 1861

A VOICE FROM THE COUNTRY. (From tlio Burnett Argus,) THE conduct of the Ministry, and of our representativos (so called), is absolutely in- comprehensible if we attompt to understand it by viowing its bearings and results in any ordinary political light ; but if we regard it in its only apparent and self-evident light, as a monstrous and successful combination of ministers and members to rob these districts of their rights, we can then only fully com- prehend the extent of our loss, and tlio con- sequent gain to the publie robbers. Flagrant injustice and gross neglect necessitate us to invite publie attention to the almost unpre- cedented manner in which the Ministry and our own members have pillaged and neg- lected these districts. When wo sent our members into parliament, we had some vague idea that they might represent in the Assembly our requirements, and study the welfare of their constituents. We certainly did not send in the best men, neither did wo select men of even average...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 12 July 1861

SUMMARY FOR ENGLAND. THE COURIER'S usual monthly SUM- MARY, for Europe, will bo published on WEDNESDAY, the 17th infant, in time for tho Supplementary Mail to be des- patched per " Telegraph."

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. THURSDAY, JULY 11. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 12 July 1861

LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. TmtnsnAV, JULY li. Tun PRESIDENT took the chair nt 8 o'clock, and oponed the proceedings with prayer. STATE OP TIÍI0 KENNEDY DISTRICT. Mr. AVOOD asked tho bon. member repre- senting the government,-"(1.) Has any re- port been received from the Commissioner of Crown Lands for the Kennedy district, rela- tive to the behaviour of the nntive tribes in habiting the country arormd, Port Donison, and the lino of conduct p,u>suod towards thom by the authorities. (2.)' If such report exists, does it in any degree tally with the state- ments contained in a letter under date " Port Dciiiopn, May 20th," which was published in the Queensland Guard ian, of June 29th," Dr, HOBBS stated that no offtaial report had been received on tljo suVhjecl, such as the lion, moinl'er nUnfled to) but that thocommis sionor"bi! the district was doing all in his power to prevent insubordination on the part of the nativos, and to preserve genera,! qvi\or in the settlement, ANNEXATION OP TI1E...

Publication Title: Courier, The
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The Courier. FRIDAY, JULY 12 1861. HEADS OF LATEST NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 12 July 1861

ffi&e Cornier* FRIDAY, JULT 12 1861. ' - » , .... - HEADS OF'LATEST NEWS. BY the Yarra Yarra, airivod this morning, at 2 o'clock, we have dates from Sydney to the 8th, and from Melbourne to the 6th instant. No telegraphic report had reached either place from the mail steamer. The Colonial news is not important. In New South Wales, the Lambing Flat outrages were still the leading topic, and reports were current that tho ringleaders in tho atrocities were stealing away from Bur- rangong, and the latest telegrams state tim another " Toll up " v> a3 contemplated. Mr. J. J. Harpur wa« elected without opposition for Patrick's Plains. The cloth factory nf Mr. Rayner, at Emu Plains, has been destroyed by fire. Ben Bolt won the Patrick's Plains purse at Singleton. In Melbourne the fate of Burke was the all-exciting theme. Mr. Howitt and party had started. The Victoria, go- vernment steamer, had been ordered to bo ready for sea iii three weeks, and Mr. Morris had recommended the Ro...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 12 July 1861

TUB WKATUEK.--On Friday last tho morn- ing was warm, and like spring wunthor. In tho afternoon a heavy thunderstorm, visited tho town and flooded tho streets. Tho storm, wo understand, was goneral throughout tho district, and ovon extended to Brisbane, whero it slightly damped the plumage of sonic of tho fair ones going to thu Ball, and "took tho shino out" of sundry boots, vests, an.'4 cravats, to the intonso disgust of tho giij* cavaliers who calculated upon making an im- pression by looking- as though thoy dind just omorgod from n bond-box. Tho scvcn-milcv cruok was flooded, and wc loam that tho. Oon dumiuo carno down on Sunday last highor than it has boon known, to bo fqr. some. tune. ,l~-J). J?. Gazette.

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PARLIAMENTARY BUSINESS. LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. FRIDAY (THIS DAY). GOVERNMENT BUSINESS—NOTICE OF MOTION. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 12 July 1861

PARLIAMENTARY BUSINESS. LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. FiuuAT (THIS BAY). GOVr.RMIIM BUSINIÏÏS-NOTICE OF MOTION. iii jjuuiutT to moví,-lui kate to bring in a Bill to piotnle foi tht Closing of unncetsstuy Itouds lind Stiei ts in 'i'oiuis GU>IIUI BUSINESS-ORDrttS OF Tlir DAY Smug's B mlts Bill setoml it ulina; 0L.NFRAI. BUSIVfcSS-îiOrtCLS OF AlOflOV Air JloFrVTT io mon,-'Hint tin thanks of this house be tiansiiiittcil by mp»iii<rt to tht Ligislutut toum.ll lui then (oininttiiieiitioii, on tlie 2bt.li ultimo, ot certain itsoliitions, sttting foi tit the tiens of the Council re] itite to tlie «institution ol that house OENKRAL BUSINESS-ORDraS OF TUB BA} Con»ltltriition in Comiiiitttu ot uildiess to fi >M inoi in ltfeitnct lo eui tain paihunitntary salaries liii|iuonihng Act Amendniont Bill To bo con bideretl in Ooimiutttt QursTiovs Mi CiTMinoRloail tin li momble the Colonial Scuttan,-W liitliei he lian i eiltt 1 a lettel ft oin Jiultncli Wall PI, tinted " JSaii ililli Post Orti...

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