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DOMESTIC INTELLIGENCE. PETTY SESSIONS. BEFORE CAPTAIN WICKHAM AND LI[?]UTENANT DE WINTON. [Newspaper Article] — The Moreton Bay Courier — 12 February 1848

DOMESTIC INTELLIGENCE. PETTY SESSIONS. BEFORE CAPTAIN WICKHAM AND LIEUTENANT DE WINTON. THE Magistrates took their seats on the Bench on Monday last at ten o'clock, when the following cases were decided :-- Lord v. Pearce.--This was an action brought   to recover the sum of £9 12s. 6d., for work and labour done in washing and re-packing wool which had been exposed to the rain by the agent of the defendant at Ipswich, some time during the last season. An objection having been raised to the jurisdiction of the Court on the ground that the plaintiff was bound under the 23rd clause of the Act to sue in the nearest Court to where the de- fendant resides. Mr. Lord, on being sworn, stated that the engagement was entered into in Brisbane, and that the work was performed in the same place. The Bench, on hearing this, overruled the objection ; and the plaintiff having sworn to the correctness of his claim, obtained a verdict for the full amount. Skyring v. Bailey.-The plaintiff i...

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

To the Editor of the Moreton Bay Courier. SIR, - Although it was not my intention to have trespassed again upon your columns, I cannot permit the letter signed " Justice" (published by you last week) to pass to oblivion without making a few observations thereon, which I feel confident your own impartiality will urge you to insert. The writer charges me with the grave crimes of exaggeration and positive falsehood. I will not   suffer any private feeling of anger at this accu- sation to mingle with a discussion of facts ; I 'deny the charge indignantly. My information respecting the late Mr. Gregor's statements was derived from a source as respectable and as worthy of reliance as any that your correspondent can possibly be acquainted with ; and, although 1 am not at liberty to give the name of my informant, I call upon him now to avo\v himself, and verify my statement. " Justice" does not venture to contradict my statements upon the main points connected with the funeral,...

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SELECT POETRY. THE FLOATING OF THE GREAT BRITAIN. (From Punch.) [Newspaper Article] — The Moreton Bay Courier — 19 February 1848

SELECT .POEXR.Y. ;.Tg||LO^TING OF THÉ j?REAT BRITAIN. { ' * '" fFrom Punch.J . Y_ , .^'<j V t* She's/afloat I- .She's,afloat I, Set jier sails.to the wind ! On the bleak coast of Ireland' iib more shall she - ^ígrínd.'" »' ' lfJ' f'<"' ' Wild^wfid was the winter that'rkvcd o'er hcrJfledk, As she lay theréybrave'snip,tUôUgîiagrourïd,'nô'l a wreck. ,. *<? While high o'er her quarter foamed Fdmine'3 dark sea, ' |, And the sharp locks of faction wei e under her lee, Still her botiqm was,tight, heai t-of-oak rib aud knee : She's afloat, our Great Britain, the Queen of the VtqSftVji ' -' ' - . . . e ^ How sadly we marked liis íuige bulk sigh and stiuin, As tide after tide flowed and'ebbed all m vain , How we clapped-op* the¡ hawsers with manfullest £Ç'P. , / Fiung'over our millions to lighten the ship. . All in \dirt ! through the ytarj on old Ireland's , Ti 'ice-shore, ' ' She lay, like a bhrer-hulk, whose sailing is o'«u , But kind summer hath come, with...

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PORT PHILLIP. [Newspaper Article] — The Moreton Bay Courier — 19 February 1848

PORT PHILLIP. ol WE have received Port Phillip papers to the 28th °. ultimo. The'following extracts will be found Sl interesting :- (l THE CUSTOMS.-Letters have been received in Melbourne, from the lion, the* Boird of Customs, intimating that Portland was to be forthwith de- clared a free port;-not a word is said about Geelong. Mr. Thomas Bojes Hunt, deceased, has been confirmed in his temporary appointment - of Actinar ftiib-Cnlkclor. The appointments of jj Messrs. O'Dfll and Stafford have also been con- *' firmeel. We have already staled that Mr. Webb u (in whose case the real deficiency unaccounted for " was £37) has bren appointed to the Chief Clerk j ol ship al Sydney, which in the event of the present tH Sub-Collector's appointment here (Mr. Llewellcn) not being confirmed, it will throwMr. L. buck to a Sydney third clerkship Wo understand fiom an authentic quat ter thal a Custom house corps is to be almost immediately stationed at Warnam- I y' bool. A Sub-Collector is to be ap...

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SOUTH AUSTRALIA. [Newspaper Article] — The Moreton Bay Courier — 19 February 1848

SOUTH AUSTRALIA. WE are in receipt of journals from the sister colony to the 1st January. The barque Derwent had arrived from London on the 28th of last month, bringing the Right Reverend Dr. Short, first Bishop of South Au- stralia and Western Australia and his family. The installation of his Lordship in his diocese of Adelaide took place in the Trinity Church on the 30th. In the discourse which he delivered on the occasion he affectionately exhorted any of his hearers who might possibly be dwpllers in tents, or migrating from one part of the province to another willi their flocks and herds, that, feeling the Divine omnipresence, and seeing day by day proofs of his preserving care and goodness, they would seize every opportunity of assembling their families or servants for the purpose of offer- ing up. in simplicity and sincerity, their praises and thanksgivings. " His Lordship," the Reg- ister states, " possesses a clear, pleasing, and sufficiently powerful voice, with all the app...

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INDIA. [Newspaper Article] — The Moreton Bay Courier — 19 February 1848

IKÜIA. The'following summary compiled from Indian journals last received may prove interesting to many of our nade-is. The date's come down to the 15th of October. India throughout was tranquil and healthy. Sir Charles Napier the conqueror and Governor of Scinde had <>mbar keel for Europe : his successor is a Mr. Pringle a civilian. Loid Hat dinge was on a visit to the Hills bpfore quitting them for evi-r. His caieer in India had been eminently successful. The Earl of Dalhousie! is the new Governor General ; the appointment was very popuhr. A rumour prevailed that Sir Charles Napier would be appointed Commander in Chief of India. The success of our policy in the Pun- jaub was complete. The abolition of numberless vexatious imposts, and the readjustment of the tariff" of Customs had so delighted the people that Lahore was illuminated when they became known. It was reported that a decisiem had been received from home on the much disputed Scinde prize money. The amount in...

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THE LABOUR MARKET. (From the Sydney Morning Herald.) [Newspaper Article] — The Moreton Bay Courier — 19 February 1848

THE LABOUR MARKET. CFrom the Sydney Morning Herald.j WE have been favoured with a copy of a letter which we are info:med has been extensively circu- lated among the influential classes, to whom it is addressed, by Messrs. J. T.. Simes and Co., the woolbrokcrs. These gentlemen are entitled to the thanks of the community for their exertions in our behalf, and if all those in England who We connected with these colonies would act with equal energy a most beneficial influence would be brought to bear upon' the sluggishness of the ColoniaJ Office. ; The following letter addressed to the Clothiers and1 Woollen Manufacturers of England aiiel Scot 1 land, on the subject of the Urgent Want of Farm Servants in Australia, has been widely circulated by Messrs. J. T. Simes and Co., Wool Brokers, London ; and is in great part' borne out by " the Report of the Select Com- mittee on Colonization from Ireland," of the 21st July, 1847. Gentlemen,-Between your no lesi ancient and valuable «ranch or ma...

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THE Morteon Bay Courier. SATURDAY, FEBRUARY, 10, 1848. MORETON BAY AND THE COLONIAL SECRETARY. [Newspaper Article] — The Moreton Bay Courier — 19 February 1848

í&OtttOl! THE Courier. .SATURDAY, FEBRUARY, 10, 1848. MORETON BAY AND THE COLONIAL ' SECRETARY. SCARCELY anything can be more repug- nant to the feelings of an impartial journalist than a constant necessity for, censuring the. acts of Government or of its officials ; he exposes himself thereby to a suspicion of democracy and disaffec- tion ; and casual observers may accuse him of the desire, satirically imputed by Canning to the late*''Poet-laureate in his earlier Says, that ^Sjaw sshould, be all re .pealed,'."' -Yet/.sp long tas ^he interests wlíictí he is called upon to>-represent are neglected by thesstàtej or sacrificed by its» officers, he must still'nerve himself to the ungracious task of remonstrance and op- position. We published on the 5th inst. the Colonial Secretary's answer to a pe- tition addressed by many respectable in- habitants of this district to Her Majesty the Queen in Council, praying that More- ton Bay might be declared a Free Ware- housing Port. The...

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VARIETIES. [Newspaper Article] — The Moreton Bay Courier — 19 February 1848

VARIETIES. STOPPING- THE PAPER.-Lord Byron-, in re- ference to the attacks madepn his poems', " Honra of Idleness,", said', '"There is no man, however thick-headed-or heartless, who would not smart urider the knowledge that he was held up in even fifty copies of a newspaper : there is, however, no one bufa very think-sktnned fool who would, na the phrase goes, stop a paper because it did'not chime in with ntl his notions, or because it at- tacked him. Whatever foible I may have, I am not guilty of this miserable foolery." CALEDONIAN COMFORT.-Two pedestrian tra- vellers, natives of the north, look up their abode at an Highland hotel in Breadalbane. Next morning one of them complained to his friend that he hada very indifferent bed, and asked how' he had slept? "Troth man," replied Donald, " nae very weel either, but I was muckle better alf than the bugs, for de'i 11 any o'them closed en e'e the hale nigh " ' MORE FOOLS THEY.-An extraordinary number of nuckarrt have just visited the D...

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THE ANNIVERSARY REGATTA. (Abridged from the Sydney Morning Herald, January, 27.) [Newspaper Article] — The Moreton Bay Courier — 19 February 1848

"THE ANNIVERSARY REGATTA. Abridged from the Sydney Morning Herald, January, 27.)             As customary, the Anniversary of the Foundation of the Colony was yesterday commemorated by various aquatic sports, which created as much interest as those of any preceding year, notwith- standing the prizes offered were less in amount, owing to the falling off in the number of sub- scribers. The weather proving most propitious for a day of pleasure, by the time the first match started the harbour was studded with boats of every description, and crowds had assembled around Port Macquarie, Dawes Battery, and spots on shore favourable for witnessing the sports that were to ensue. All the ships in harbour were gaily decprated with flags, as also the flag-staff at Fort Phillip, and the steamers Rose, Cornubia,   William the Fourth, and Comet full of of passen- gers, and each a band on board playing about t...

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BRITISH EXTRACTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Moreton Bay Courier — 19 February 1848

BRITISH EXTRACTS. From tthe American papers we learn that Mr. Russell, editor of the Red Lander, had been killed in Texas by Mr. Kendall, S;m Augustine Shield. A very bitter ncwspapei controversy- bad been going on between the patties for several .weeks,, ,and-finally led to the shedding of<;blood. Report says that Mr., Kendal) ami Mr Russell fired three .shots, at each other, without effect, and {hat in a day or two after they met again, when Mr..Russell fell mortally wounded. ,' . RriliOP.TKO.ilARßlAÜE G> TUE DÓKÉfOF WfiL-< , LiaoTiöJi' WITH. Miss .BORDBTT COOITS.-J-A cor- Í respondent informs usihatthe reported marriage> between tlie Duke of; Wellington and MissBnrdett Coulta is likely ;to take place within a very short" peyiodí~thitftha-légal>advísers of-the> illustriousf, duke, und the weatthyl heiress ihave been engaged'] for/somè weeks pdst'iniprcparirig the settlements, I but owing to a difficulty which had - suggested,it- self respiting the...

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COLONIAL ABSTRACT. [Newspaper Article] — The Moreton Bay Courier — 19 February 1848

..ÎCPÊONIAL ABSTRACT, .! 'l 2lJ.v -{ti í_í__i ^IIE'flying foxes have'been very destructive to the fruit at Kissing Point and its vicinity this,seáson. -A new journal, in the sc^uaAin^'inièrëstJ tobe called the Observer, is about to be started at Mel bpurne, under the editorship of Mr: .Cohn Camp bell.-^Mr'. Justice Montagu is about to'procced to Englaid fobr'ing his cascbefore the Privy Coun cjl.-A/ijléeth>gtof/the city magistrates was lield on'the¿nd~inMant in Sydney, for the purpose of considering of " the most appropriate method of testifying- their esteem and îespect for Charles Windeyer, Esq., upon his retirement from public duty/ as 'Police Magistrate. It was resolved tint a, subscription, to be confined to the magistracy of the colony, be opened for the purpose of present yi'gihim with a testimonial of respect.- Mr. Henry Macdermott, lately an Alderman of the city, and once Mayor, died suddenly on Tuesday morning last, upon emerging from the bath. His health had long been ...

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VAN DIEMEN'S LAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Moreton Bay Courier — 19 February 1848

VAN DIEMEN'S LAND. .\i* u. Wr. have received Van Diemen'« Land papers to the 2I .st of January. , ^ The legislative Council was summoned to meet on the 26th instant; including the six " patriotic" members. Meantime nothing further,, had been done in regard to the Judges, although it was re- ported that a long list of charges liad been for- warded to the Chief Justice, with a request thit he would explain or answer j them. On the 20th January, on a criminal case being called on in the Supreme Coui't, wherein LAlr. Montagu (the barrister) was retained for ,tho de» ftnee, that gentleman proposed to put in a pl«i' ' that the Court, had 'no legal existence, and conse- quently that' his/client could not be "tried. ?? The Chief Justice adjourned.the hearing till the fol- lowing-day, staling that he should request Mr. Horne"(the'new judge) 'to sit with him, for the purpose of deciding the question. THB^JODQES.-THE PUBLIC MEETING.-On Saturday a public meeting was held to take into considerat...

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. DEPARTURES. [Newspaper Article] — The Moreton Bay Courier — 19 February 1848

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. DEPARTURES. Feb. 42. Secret, schooner, Boyle, for Sydney. ?*?- '" Thistle, steamer, Mulhall, for Sydney. v /, Passengers-Mr. H. HugheaYMr. C. J. A*_ Mackenzie, Mr. E.' Cameron, Mr.. John Harm, Mr; S.) Burgoyne and ' Mr-, ¿ Windeyer f fourim.cn fcfad two-women iii the steerage. \'t O #v\i$Jtt >A 15. Effort, schooner, Thompson, for-Syd-1 ney. Passengers-Mr. "C.JH. Haly'i Captain Mallard, and Mr. Walter Gray ; .three prisoners and one constable. IMPORTS. ^ ' Effort; 10 casks ale, 2 hhds w^ne, 1 cask ?vinegar, 11 cases gin, 4 cases wine, M. Power ; 20 hhds beer, 13 bags sugar, 1 bag ginger, 5 chests tea, 3 cases starch, 1 case sundries, I box candles,- Harris ;->6 .hhds 6 bails ale, Le Breton ; 1 ton rock salt, 1 pel, 31 bags sugar, 20 bags flour,'JPetei spn ; I pair bellows, 1 vyee, I anvil, "3 plough wings, 1 bar steel, 1 forge, 2 pels, Orr ; 1 cask ale, 1 case sundries, 1 case hats, Gore rBrds: ; 3 cases sundries, 8 bags salt, 1 lihtl port wine, I cask vi...

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TIDE TABLE. [Newspaper Article] — The Moreton Bay Courier — 19 February 1848

TIDE TABLE. HIGH .WATER AT GOVERNMENT WHARF. * .* t i y'V' MORN. EVEN. , .¡Feb.- 19-^Saturday.- 11.47 . 11.58 ', "; 20-Sunday . 0.15- 0.32 2l~Monday. 0.49 1.7 . ; 22-Tuesday. 1.24 1.42 ! 23-Wednesday. 2.0 2.20 24-Thursday. 2.41 3.2 '25*-Friday. 3.23 3.53

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Moreton Bay Courier — 19 February 1848

SAEE-BY AUCTION. -"" » . ,"" MR. TrDOWSE. ", ^,r ..v_ WTLlrSeirby Public Auchen,'at luVRwriíí; * * " Queen-street, ' ' 'N ON TUESDAY NEXT, TUB 22N» INST.;, »2 , .; At 12 o'clock, \ V :"-. HOUSEHOLDEÜRNITÜRE, consisting of Chest of Drawers;, iD'àiing Table, Couches, Chairs, ¡ Bedsteads, Pictures, Cooking Utensils, &c. ' Sixty dosen Bottled Ale ' '' ''/".'* Seconds Flour , Y *' . r\~ ' Sugar, in casks ' \ "' '*'. **'"*",% Few dq?cn ofgood Port Wine ' ^ " '^iut; ¡, AND - -j i o' -Jsr, ïViie;: A variety^ of entertaining WORKS, by, popular- , Authors. SALE BY AUCTION..' "\ f >, MR. T. DOWSE. v -^ XJAS been instructed to Sell-by Public Auction, ?"?r- at the Survey Office, North Brisbane, - - -'{ Ox WEDNESAY NEXT, THK 23BD FEB.,' At 12 o'clock, ' * ^ Three-useful Herses ALSO, T - ~i.,\, Percussion Carbines^ with Bayonets - " Lot of leather and Tools Saddles, Bridles, Tarpaulins,&c. Terms-Cash. , - t A TO LET, AT IPSWICH, COMMODIOUS and well situated INN at the; flourishi...

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ORIGINAL POETRY. [Newspaper Article] — The Moreton Bay Courier — 19 February 1848

ORIGINAL POETRY. A correspondent, who designate» himself " an admirar of eltgant literature," has furnished us with the following paraphrase of a letter which lately appeared in our columns. He states that, having no time to compose original music, he has adapted his verses to the fashionable air of " Bow wow wow," which, he suggests, is highly appro- priate to the subject : Here's to Francis Forbes, Esquire, (my locum teneits), greeting, And to the other gentlemen who figur'd at the meeting, I hear tiwi mundry tricks of mine have given you . . -thYvapouis. So can't allow the chance to pass of shining in the papers. f Chorus of readers J Bow wow wow, Foi lol de iddy iddy, bow wow wow. The reason of my absence I could tell you all, but, bless nie ! To statements so humiliating who would like to . press me ? If any man among you has of me the slightest Knowledge, he Must know that 1 am never wrong.-So this is my apology. ' ' ' Bow wow wow, tkc. Now many men of sense who belong to our ...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Moreton Bay Courier — 19 February 1848

rr H v. 1 svr STEAM TO SYDNEY. STEAMER for SYDNEY will be de ¿tïlfâ&fâj&^jfe spatched within 48 hoius KSi&Sä&GsSt-aa* aft^r ncr arrival. GEORGE SALT TUCKER, IJ.;R. S.-N. Company's Wharf, 'Agent. South Brisbane, Jan. 19,18i8. , " r NOTICE TO SHIPPERS OF WOOL. j^ROM and'after this date, the Following will be -*? the i ales of Freight of Wool from Moreton Bay by theJJ.R.S.N. Companys Steamers : ,.' , I' ['. . ,o' ~í Per bale of ordinary size. Linder hatenrs. 13s. fe^ra sized baIes j" pro AndsiichiWoolastiel t¡on according t0 a .Company can take (^ ¿Q bc srell at thc . on deck, 10s. J Company.g Vharf. ' No Wool'will be teccived where objections arc m'ade to its being pressed. G. S. TUCKER. H.R.S.N. Co.'s Wharf, Agent. South Bribbane, February llth. IMPORTANT SALE OF WINES, ~ ' .SPIRITS, &c, AT IPSWICH. - ' ' 1ST MARCH, 1848. r-FHE undersign«! has b«>n Honoured, wifl» 5« _L^.»«ii*.inniae,-rMmi K. F. Phelan", Esq., to sell af'his residence, Ipswi...

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EXPLORATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Moreton Bay Courier — 19 February 1848

EXPLORATION. DR. LEICHHARDT and party arrived here on Sunday last, and left the settlement on Wednesday on their return to the Darling Downs.- -The principal object of   his visit to Brisbane was to obtain de- livery of thirty fat bullocks from the Government herds at Redbank, which had been presented to him by His Ex- cellency Sir Charles Fitz Roy. We understand, that the following in- dividuals form the expedition party to Swan River, viz., :-Mr. Hentig, formerly of the Hunter River: Mr. Classen, a re- lative of Dr. Leichhardt, lately arrived from Hamburgh; Donald Stuart,formerly in the service of Messrs. Leslie, at Can- ning Downs ; a man named Kelly ; and two aboriginal natives, Wommai and Billy. The Doctor takes with him fifty fat bullocks, twenty mules, and six horses, with a very complete equipment for his adventurous journey. He purposes to follow the Cogoon to the Victoria River, pursuing Sir Thomas Mitchell's outward track to a certain distance, where he will ...

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DOMESTIC INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Moreton Bay Courier — 19 February 1848

DOMESTIC INTELLIGENCE. RIVER NAVIGATION. -A splendid opening exists at present for the employment of a steamer in the river trade, provided such'steamer possess the, requisites necessary for river navigation. These requisites are a light draught of water, capacious breadth of beam,and an engine of con- siderable power, qualities by no means incompati- ble. A fatal error is often committed in the con- struction of river boats by fitting them with engines of insufficient power, by which they be- come sources of intinite vexation and loss from the constant disarrangement of the machinery. The power of an engine ought to exceed, never come short, of the work required fiom it. Nothing can be more pitiful than to see a steamer of feeble power struggling with doubtful mastery against every partial current that may cross her path. For such a vessel as we have described thercis here a 'rare and increasing trade, the public suffering great inconvenience from the want of a regular .and expedit...

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