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SUPREME COURT. MONDAY, MAY 30. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 31 May 1864

SUPREME COURT.       MONDAY, MAY 30. BEFORE His Honor Mr. Justice Lutwyche and a jury of twelve. The Criminal Sittings of the Supreme Court at Brisbane were resumed to-day. The pro-   ceedings were commenced by a case of WOUNDING AND ASSAULT. Michael Troy and John Troy pleaded not guilty to an information containing two counts viz., unlawfully wounding and assaulting one Michael Spelman. The Attorney-General prosecuted on behalf   of the Crown. Mr. Jones defended the pri- soners. It appeared that on the 1st May instant, the prosecutor was residing at Wolston, the resi-   dence of one Mathew Goggs. Upon the evening of that day, between 6 and 7 o'clock,     Michael Spelman proceeded from the house to           the stockyard, which is about 400 or 500 yards       from the house, wi...

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AUSTRALASIAN REFORM LEAGUE. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 1 June 1864

AUSTRALASIAN REFORM LEAGUE. THE following arc the objects of this asso ciation, of which Mr C J Jeuuei is tho chairman - I Tho abolition of tho duties now levied upon gold, tea, coffto, sugai, and i ice II Tlio ropcal of tho Land Act of 1862 III Iho enactment of a land law ombiaemg tlio following points - 1st The yearly lent of tho [land hold by the squatters to bo raised, fiom au avorogo of lid to on average of 4d pel ncic 2nd A tenth to bo taken annually fioin all the îuns in the colony, if leqiurcd 3rd Thcpoition taken from tho lunsovoi} vcai to bo dividod into special, agricultural, and grazing lands 1th Special lands not lequned foi ícseives, mining, io , tobo sold by public auction, ni lots not exceeding two acres 5th Agi-cult m al lands to bo let to intending occupioi s at Is Gd an acre per annum, for a period of ten yeais, in blocks i anging fiom tvvont} to GIO acres, with tho light of pinchase ot il per acic at an} time aftei tho expiration of seven }cais Gili Grazing lands...

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THE WICKHAM TERRACE CHURCH BAZAAR. TO THE EDITOR OF THE BRISBANE COURIER. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 1 June 1864

THE WICKHAM TERRACE CHURCH BAZAAR. TO THE EDITOB OF THE BBISBANE COUnrEB. SIR,-I am vei} much pltnsod with tlio spirited efforts that hav t been made to got up the bazaai now being hold in tho Al mom y It is likely to piovo ii dtcidtd success, and to ltohso tho expectations of thoso who lune hbored so cnthusiasticall} m connexion with it Theio is one mattei, howcvei, about which-in common with some others-I vv ould like somo information AVhat is the pioeiso object to which tho proceeds of tho bazaar aie to bo applied? " Chin eli extension," tho 'Church on AVicLhani icunec," is the icply 1 huv o ro etived, but this does not satisfy mc My diiliculty is this Hie Bishop has ícfused to cousociato tho building on AVickham Teiraco as a church, nay molo-has íefusod oven to license it though this would not nltei mat lois, as he could íovoke tho license at any time It is peifectly clear theil that in the usual eccle siastical senso of the temi tho edifico on AA'itk Iran Tenace cannot bo tallt...

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CENTRAL POLICE COURT TUESDAY, MAY 31. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 1 June 1864

CENTRAL POLICE COURT. TUESDAY, MAY 31. BEFORE the Police Magistrate. DRUNKARDS.-Francis Skea and Sarah Old- field were each fined 10s., or 24 hours imprison- ment in default of payment, for being drunk. LARCENY.-Rose Ann Bond was charged with stealing two table covers, the property of   person named Mynahan. From the evidence it appeared that the table covers were hung out to dry after being washed, and in a short time were missed from off the line. A search was made in the prisoner's lodgings, where the mis- sing articles were found. She was found guilty, and remanded until this day for sentence. LUNACY.-Willliam Terry was brought up on suspicion of being of unsound mind. It was found, however, that he was suffering from the   effects of hard drinking, and was discharged. ASSAULT.-William Rosevear was charged with the above offence, but the hearing of the case was remanded until Thursday next. WE have received from Mr. A. Weddell, o Fortitude Valley, a ver...

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DEPARTMENTAL CONTINGENCIES, j [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 1 June 1864

DEPARTMENTAL CONTINGENCIES, j Tnr following lotuin was laid upon tho table of the Legislativo ui ausvrci to ii moiton bv Mi BlakoncY foi a cop} of tho Cn cului ad dressed to tho heads oftho vatious Government Dcpaitinonts relative lo the contingentas voted foi then lcspcclive offices - " Colonnl Sccret/uj's Ofllte "Biisb-me, lltli Apnl, 1861 "Silt,-Tho attention of tho Government liai mg fi oquently boen du ectcd to tho expedí ency of plating the conti ol of all v otes foi ' Cou lingeiicics' in the hands of the Mimstti of each Dopai tment, to bo by lum expended upon such demands as may iccciro his sanction, I am di lectcd to lcquest that yon will no longoi îegaid tlio Contuigcnt A'oto of your oflico ns at } oui disposal, and that j ou will in futui o moko opph cation to tho Colonial Secretary foi tlio supplj of 6iich niticlts as nmj, fiom timo to lune, bo lequued by you foi offico pin poses " I have, 4c, "A. AV. MANNING, " Principal Under-Sccrctary."

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MUNICIPALITIES BILL. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 1 June 1864

MUNICIPALITIES SILL. THE following aro tho now clauses to bo brought forward when tlio above named Bill is considered in Committeo - Evory such elector Bhall bo entitled to i oto accoiding to the following scale (that is to say) if ho bo rated foi property assessed at aiateablc raluo of less than one hundred pounds he shall havo one voto if such rateable value amount to ono hundred pounds and be less than one hunch ed and fifty pounds he shall havo two votes if it amount to one hundred and fifty pounds and bo less than two hundí ed pounds ho sholl havo Hiree ,votes if it amount to two hundred pounds and bo less than two hunchod ond fifty pounds he shall havo foul votes and if it amount to or exceed two hundiod and llffy pounds ho shall havo five votes AYlicro any latetible propel ty is jointly occu ptod 01 íointiy ovvued bv ínoio ptisoii than one eat'i of such persons shall for the purposes of j the last pieccding section bo deemed tolo tho occupioi 01 ovvnei of íatoablo piopcity of...

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ABSTRACT OF SALES BY AUCTION THIS DAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 1 June 1864

ABSTRACT OF SALES BY AUCTION r THIS DAY. MESSRS. MARTIN & DICKSON, at 11 ; ' o'clock, at tho City Auction Mart ¡ Gorçpva, Cheese. MR. R. CRAWFORD, at 11 o'clock, at Nolan's j Ynrd, South Drishuno: "Quicksilver," and j t , other thoroughbred Horses.

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PARLIAMENT. LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 1 June 1864

PARLIAMENT. LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL TUESDAY, MAT 31. Tin: PRESIDENT look the chair at twenty minutes past four, and read tho usual form of prayer. THE RAILWAY PLANS." Tho hon. AV. AVOODS asked tho lion. J. Bramston whether ho would havo any objection to postpone the mol ion standing in lils ñamo for tho noxt day, which was a holiday, with re- ference to tho approval by tho House of tho railway plans. The lion. J. BRAMSTON, in reply, said that ho lind no intention of doing so, seeing that it was his intention at tho last sitting day of the present week to move Iho adjournment of tho House over tho following week ; but the matter to como beforo lion, members on AVcd nesday (this day) was perhaps the most im- portant during tlio present session,' and' he therefore thought that, for tho sako of two hours' enjoyment at the cricket match, lion, members should not neglect it. Tho gain would not be nearly sufficient. SITTING DAYS. Tho lion. J. BRAMSTON rose and said, with the consent of lion, m...

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TELEGRAPHIC NEWS (FROM OUR TELEGRAPHIC CORRESPONDENTS.) SYDNEY. May 31. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 1 June 1864

TELLGliAPHiC NEWS. & (FHOM Or/B ÏEtEOIÎAPIIIO COIiürSl'OSDESTS.) SYDNEY. May 31. ' BEX HAM, tho bushranger, it is supposed, was shot in tho encounter yesterday, as the police have found his horse and equipments. The Government havo stated that it is their intention to raiso the rato of English postago ono hundred per cent. Gardiner has been again remanded. The Yarra Yarra has sailed for Brisbane. MELBOURNE. A Inrgo quantity of opium has been stolen from the cellars of tho Custom 1 louse. Tur. Legislativo Connell met yesterday after- noon, und a brief debate ensued as to tho hour at which Iho House bhould adjourn lo on the following day. Somo lion, gentlemen being of opinion that a later hour should bo chosen than usual in consequenco of tho cricket milich. It was eventually determined to adjourn till threo o'clock, the usual hour. The Trade and Com- merce Bill was read a second lime without de- bate. Tho report of the Privileges Committee, declaring that tho scats of iho Hon...

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DIARY MEMORANDA TILL NEXT PUBLICATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 1 June 1864

NEXT rCBUClTIOS. Juno, I Sl 1884. 1 niwi 1 | Wednesday. 1 0 « Sets Hisli Watcron Ilir. Morn. After. D a 6 6 6 86 Moos.-New, .Tn» ' 4, 9b. 62m. pm.

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THE INTERCOLONIAL MATCH. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 1 June 1864

TUE INTEIWOLONXAL MATCH. Tur great Cutktt Matth eommoncos this moi nmg al eloi i ii o clot k Should tho weather pioio fin omble wa hollino Unit tilo tontost will ho highly Biitttssliil iho < aplani was seloctcd lusl evening tho thoito listing upon Mi J Wiseman "Wilkie 'Iho Grind Stand was m spcdid by sovoinl nrtluttcts last ovtiling, mid instructions wen) given lo hi»o ii collum num- bul of stn} s pim ed ou the vin ions posts, tho re- sult btmg tlinl ovtr} sntislattiou will bo given by tho toiiluietois Among Iho regulations wo find that ono shilling will bo charged for admis- sion to Um giouiid mid it is to bo hoped that tho commitIto will bo supported m (his, as tlio expanses ut (ending tho contest, independent of the subscriptions, necessitate a small tilingo of admission Porsous may bo able to seo tho mulch f i run (ho hills, but wo dust that thoy will not bt nunn ciiout,h to foitgo tho trifling thargo OMK led I ho Ipsw ich pla} ei s ai i tv ed per steamer ?ist01 da} a...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 1 June 1864

THE FANCY SALE WILL Open THIS DAY at 4-30 p.m. Children admitted at 3.30. Ladies   holding stalls are requested to be in attendance at 3 o'clock. A. B. ROBINSON, 5250 Hon. Sec.   THE BANKS will be OPENED from 9 to 11 a.m. on the days of the Cricket Match   Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday. May 30, 1864. 5214  

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The Tourier PUBLISHED DAILY. WEDNESDAY, JUNE 1, 1864 [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 1 June 1864

®öe (toner* PUBLISHED DAILY. irjivxzsDjr, JUXE I, ísci. Tins DAY-should the weather be pro- pitious-will be observed by a large num- ber of our citizens as a holiday. lror the first time the representatives of the various cricket clubs ol' the youngest Australian colony, will meet in friendly contest, their brethren of New South Wales, and although it is prophesied that they will be repulsed, they will have an opportunity of profiting by it. We are aware that the game of cricket is condemned by a few individuals in this, as in every country and colony. There are those who will not perceive eit'icr from disinclination or from a feeling of ignorant opposition, the great moral ami mental superiority which is attained by a man who after years of practice, and after being sub- jected to a severe trial of his powers ami endurance, can be a good " [joint," or who can protect three small sticks for hours together from the interference of well aimed balls from his an- tagonists. On the other...

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COMMERCIAL COURIER Office, Tuesday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 1 June 1864

COMMERCIAL COURIER Office, Tuesday Evening. A MEETING of the committee of the Queens- land Sugar Growing and Manufacturing Com- pany was held to-day. Mr. Buhot made a re- port on the various localities suitable for sugar growing, and recommended a silo for the com- pany's plantation. Several members of the commlttee have visited the spot recommended by Mr. Buhot, and at the meeting they ex- pressed themselves satisfied with its appearance, It was also decided that a public meeting should be held on this day fortnight for the purpose of choosing a provisional directory, and transacting   other business.   A sale of government lands, situated in the       vicinity of the Four-mile Swamp, Rocky Water-   hole Creek, Enoggera Creek, and Kedron Brook, was held to-day by Messrs. Martin and Dickson ; and the majority of the lots disposed of were at the upset price. The usual sales list is crowded out by other matt...

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SYDNEY SHIPPING. [By ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.] ARRIVALS [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 1 June 1864

SYDNEY SHIPPING. [BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.]   ARRIVALS.   May 29.-Australind, from Batavia. May 30.-Thane of Fife, schooner, from New Caledonia ; Montrose, ship, returned to port ; City of Brisbane, steamer, from Brisbane. DEPARTURES.   May 30.-Strathdon, ship, for London; Urara, steamer, for Grafton.

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 1 June 1864

Auction Sales. SATURDAY, JUNE 4. -*. CITY PROPERTIES ' TOE SALE BY PUBLIC AUCTION, FRO*SII>*G> AATLLIAM-STBEET, Near to tho Stores of Messrs. J. & G. Harris, Orr & Honeyinan, AVntson, and imme- diately opposito to Mr. Pettigrcw's Saw Mills. TRUNDLE & CAMERON have received in- structions from tho Proprietor, to sell at their Rooms, Queen-street, on SATURDAY, Juno 4, at 12 o'clock, .L.ots Nos. 2 and 3, being sub-divisions of original Allotment Np. 3, of section No. 9, in the County of Stanley, Parish of North Brisbane, Town of Brisbane, having a most extensive frontago to WILLIAM-STREET, opposito to Pettigrow's Saw Mills, and adjacent to Harris' Wharf, the sito selected for the Brlsbano Bridge, and the establishments of all the AA'holcsale Merchants in AVilliam-street. The above Allotments ave admirably adapted cither for tlio business of a Merchant or au Hotel, and the fact of their being contiguous to tho sit« for tho Bridge, is a sufficient guarantee f...

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METEOROLOGICAL OBSERVATIONS. TUESDAY, MAY 31. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 1 June 1864

METEOROLOGICAL OBSERVATIONS. TUESDAY, MAY 31. BRISBANE.-9 a.m.! Barometer (corrected), 30262 ; thermometer (sliudo), 5S'2 ; ditto (dry bulb), 58-0 ; ditto (wet bulb),55 0 ; force of wind, 1 j direction, S.W. ; extent of cloud, G ; weather fine ; cirrus clouds. 3 p.m. : Barome- ter (corrected), 30131 ; thermometer (shade), 61-5 ; ditto (dry bulb), 617; ditto (wet bulb), 59 0 ; force of wind, ? 2 ; direction, S. by E. ; extent of cloud, 9 ; weather, dull ; cumulo-cirro stratus clouds. (Per Electric Telegraph) AVIXD ASD AVEATHER.-9 a.m.: Lytton, S.AV., and fino ; Ipswich, calm and fino ; Laid- ley, S.E., and cloudy ; Toowoomba, calm and dull ; Drayton, calm and dull ; AVarwick, S., and cloudy ; Dalby, S., and dull. SYDSEY.- 9 a. m. : Barometer (corrected), 30-319; thermometer (shade), 530; ditto (dry bidb), 494; ditto (wet bulb), 47*2 ¡force of wind, 1 ; direction, AV. ; extent of cloud, 1 ; weather, fine.

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 1 June 1864

AYEBB & SONS, CUSTOM HOUSE AND COMMISSION AGENTS AN-D SHIP BKOKEBS, _Englo-strcct, Brisbane. 922 SYDNEY S. NORRIS, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL GENEBAL STOBE, Also, Wino and Spirit Storo, MABANOA STOBE, CONDAMINE. THOMAS OLDHAM & SON, CrvTL AND HYDBAULIO ENOINEEBS, LICENSED SUKVEYOES, 4c, Over the Courier Office, Gcorgo-streot, Brisbane TRUNDLE 4 CAMERON, LAND AUCTIONEERS, PRODUCE BROKERS, STOCK, STATION, AND GÊNERAI COMMISSION AGEXTS, Queen-street, Brisbane N.B.-Liberal advances mado on all property placed in our hands for positivo sale. OLD BRISBANE STORE. JOSEPn.HOGAN,. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DRAPER, GROCER, AND IRONMONGER, Stanley-street, Stanley Quay, South Brisbane. QUEENSLAND HORSE REPOSITORY. LIVERY, BAIT, 4 COMMISSION STABLES, Roar of tho Sovereign Hotel, Qucen-sfrcot, Brisbane. Saddle and Harness Horses, Dog-Carts, 4c, always on hand, for Salo or Hire M'LENNAN 4 DUNCAN, 2825 Auctioneers, 4c CRAIG 4 SON, BLACKSMITHS, AA'IIEELWRIOUTS, 4 FABRIERS, A'ictoria-strect, Warw...

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SHIPPING. DEPARTURES. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 1 June 1864

SHIPPING. DEPARTURES. MAY 31.-Miss Kilmansegg, brig, 288 tons, Captain Fleming, for Newcastle, in ballast. Messrs. E. Brinthwaite, D. Rinlus, and Baxter. May 31.-Hirondelle, schooner, 95 tons, Cap- tain Mclemmens, for Sydney. May 31.-Williams, steamer, 300 tons, Cap- tain Smith, for Rockhampton via Maryborough and Gladstone. Passengers-Messrs. J. G. Anderson, Brown, Powers, A. Bogild, Herbert, McWilliam, Paterson, T. Freney, T. Price, jun., Brown, E. Hemersley, O. G. Langley, Lear- mouth, Meiklejohn, J. D. Little, and about fifteen in the steerage. CLEARANCE. May 31.-Prince Patrick, schooner, 128 tons, Captain H. Patching, for Maryborough, in ballast. May 31.-Elizabeth, schooner, 46 tons, Cap- tain Hughes, for Maryborough, in ballast. May 31-Telegraph, steamer, 700 tons, Cap- tain Audley Coote, for Sydney. Passengers : Mr. and Mrs. D. M. Jones and family, Mr. and Mrs. J. V. Sydney, Mrs. T. Ford and family,   Mrs. Nightingale, Messrs. W. Armstrong, W. Cleveland, W. Lloyd...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 1 June 1864

AUSTRALASIAN STEAM NAVI- GATION COMPANY. STEAM TO SYDNEY. - Tho YAREA YAREA, 48 hours after nrrivnl. For MARYBOROUGH and ROCKHAMP- TON DIRECT. - Tho CLARENCE, TUESDAY, Juno 7. No advaneo iu rates. TO IPSWICH The IPSWICH, This Dny, WEDNES- DAY, Juno 1, at 6-30 a.m. The BRISBANE, on THURSDAY", Juno 2, at 6'30 a.m. The IPSWICH, on FRIDAY, Juno 3, at 7 a.m. Tho BRISBANE, on SATURDAY, Juno 4, at 7-30 a.m. HENRY O'REILLY, Agent. A.S.N. Company's Offices, Brisbane. AUSTRALASIAN STEAM NAVIGATION ' COMPANY. Reduction in tho Freight of WOOL per A.S.N. Co.'s Steamers. tf%k TflROM and after tho ? 1st JUNE Jjjjg F next, the FREIGHT for WOOL from the Northern Ports to Sydney will bo as under : From Brisbane and Ipswich to Sydney, at 12s. per hide. From Wide Bay, Gladstone, and Rockhampton lo Sydney, 15s. per bnle. From Pioneer and Port Denison to Sydnoy, 30s. per balo. SAMUEL CLARK, Manager. A.S.N. Co.'s Office, Sydney. 4532 BLACK BALL CLIPPER SniP FLYING CLOUD, FOR LONDON. H. C. KEEX, Esq., Comm...

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