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IPSWICH. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) WEDNESDAY, JULY 10. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 12 July 1861

IPSWICH. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) WEDNESDAY, JOLY 10. TnERE were several items of news in the Ipswich papers yesterday, particularly that thirty shareholders have approved, and will sign when it. is engrossed, the deed of settle- ment of the Ipswich Cotton Company ; that Bishop Tufnell is expected here to-morrow for a week's visit; and that the temporary School of Arts is to be removed to' make way for the Post Office. In both the papers there are leading arti- cles worthy of the attention of the Icgisla f ture, and those of your Brisbane readers who caro about knowing the views of Ipswich people; one in the Herald, containing stric- tures on the Tramway Bill, which the public opinion of Ipswich will assuredly endorse, and ono in the North Australian, which fairly represents the popular fueling in re- gard to the act to amend the Municipalities' Act. The Herald reprints a lettor from the Empire, signed " W. Miuter," and dated " Ipswich, 23th June." This W. Minter says that lie ...

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

Skipping Intelligence. ARRIVED. .IDLY 12 -Yarra Yarra, steamer, 5bO tons, uipiain Bell, from Sydney Pissengera-Mi« Turner, Messrs C D Bonier C L Khind, G B Molle, J. "W. Stewart, C Youngei and 19 in the steeinge SAILED july n -Uncle Tom, schooner, 1GC tons, (-apt Lake, for Sydney. Xo lingers. IMPORT8 Yarra Yarra 1 casefimt,T G Robinson lease, Inspector Police, leask tai, 1 furnace, 10 kegs nails, -5 nests tubs, 2 casks, 4 cases, 2 forge backs, 2 kegs paint, 1 bundle hoop iron, 1 saw, 1 anvil, J box tin plates, 6 bundles iron. 1 bundle forks, 1 bar steel, 1 crate, I tierce, 2 casks, 1 case plate sloss, Perry Brothers, ' 5 casks beer, IO cases beer, 50 bags flour, 15 hogsheads beer, 2 hogsheads brandy, 5 hogsheads ale, 50 bagsflour N Bartley 4 drums, 1 cask, 2 cases, kent and Wonderlo , 2 cases, James Bryden 2 hogsheads ale, G Mac- adam . 10 cases oil, J Bourne 3 casks butler, IO cases apples B u runton and Webb, 11 eg, 2 cases, JCUner GO bags flour, 20 bags oats 9 bags MigRi, 1 chest...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Weekly Calender. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 12 July 1861

Weekly CntemflíiE«. Ilion WATCH AT BRISBANE. Son.! Days. Date. Mom. Aflei Rises, Sets. Monday .... AVedneidH) ... ThuiBduy. July. 12 - 13 14' 15 16 17 l8 v2 20 3 10 4 0 4 46 fi S2¡ 6 20 7 10 2 4G 8 3t> 4 22 0 6 5 66 C 45 7'as 6 52 G 51 li 51 6 50 6 50 6 60 6 60 5 17 5 l8 5 10 5 19 5 19 5 20 5 20

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MAILS PER "NORTHAM." GENERAL POST OFFICE. Brisbane, 10th July, 1861. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 12 July 1861

MAILS PER "JNORTHAÏÏL" GENERAL POST OFFICE. ti Bfisb.iiie, 10th July, 1861. ti THE Mails per the 1' and 0 b N Companj's bteamer "Noithnm" will be innde up at this Office, and despatched vi i Sydney pel Yuna Yarra, l18 11BUC1 -. Foi New Zealand, South Australia, Western Australia, Tut mamu, and Vietoim, and all pints of Kmope, except tho United Kingdom, the Mail will be closed on hatuidaj, the 13th instant, at 9 a in Kigisteied Lettcis must be posted bclore b p ni. on Pi kin}, the 12th institut Tor S}due) and the United Kingdom onl),the Mull will close on SATURDAY, the Idtb instant, at noon Registered Letters «ill bo ruei\ed until 11 n in Tho follow mg mails will be despatched, \lu - To the United Kingdon), via Muru liles and vin Southampton , to FIIIIK e to the Noithem Coun tnes of Duione via Tueste, to New Kcnhuid, Melbourne, Adelaide, 'I'usiuaiiin, Western Aus- tralia, Maniitius, Al'vuidiui, the Indian Poits, Chum, mid the Lupe oí Good Hope Letten, intcndid to be tiaiisnntted li) ...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 12 July 1861

WANTED JOINGIIS. Apply to ROBERT »T POUTER, Quon-st'oet. WANTED, a Competent HOU«MC\IAID. Apply nt the Queensland Hotel, Ed ward street, N. Brishane J. SOANI.AN. WANTED a strong «olive h\l), to di ivan Baker's Cart. Apply to AMOS GLOYttli,' fienrg^-iitreflt, ,' WANTED.» competent COOK for th J, Metro politfin Hotel, lfiltt(ud-!>tr«it " Apply at one» to the PropnVor. JAUKS HOpNEV *U ANTED, « Foin or k\,e Roomed COT ,T>,nTrTÍ^Gl!'A'n.or "e"r the town. "Apply to HOPKINS ft ORA» Ft>r,<D. y , W ANTED aPO'itTER to male« Irnnwlf genu ,, nil,y ".Veful. Api»f> to R. D iVIDsON, aualloneer., W"ANTED a (¡nod COilK. Mulo or Fournie, j Apply to Mis. KKYb.Coiiiuurciul Hotel, Edward-strict. I.Í/ANTED niMKIHATläl.y, a lEUIof 10 VV good WO! KING I!UI,L<>CK«i, dr«y and gear completo. Apply to WILLIAM BARKER, Kanguroo Point._ WANTED Two BULLOCK-DKIVEKS. to If go hy this (To-morro*'s) uteonier to Rock- hampton. Apply to AUTHUR MAKTIN, Ano- ! tioneer. \S7" ANTED to PÜ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. THURSDAY, JULY 11. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 12 July 1861

LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. THURSDAY, JULY 11. ajne ¡SPEAKER took tho chair at ten minutes past three PETITION. Mr. BLAKENEY presented a potition, signed by a largo number of the publicans of Brisbane and Ipswich, praying for tho re- moval of several obnoxious clauses in tho law relating to tho salo of wines and spirituous liquors, and setting forth that in the city of | Brisbane several instances lind occurred in which the Bench of Magistrates had refused the renewal of licenses which had been held for years, without assigning any reason for so j doing, or hearing evidence from tho parties so refused. Mr. LILLEY seconded tho motion for tho reception of the petition. Dr. CHALLINOR believed that the poti- tion was incorrect in, ono or two particulars. Ho had sat in ono or two instances on licens- ing days at Ipswich, and know that when opposition was offered or a licenso refused, the applicants always wcro heard in reply. Mr. BLAKENEY would remind tho bon. member (Dr. Challinor) that tho c...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Local In[?]lligence. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 12 July 1861

JLocal I»i^»"«e»cc THE WEATHER.-Yesterday w»? "J.000! and veTy gloomy day, with a westerly *'recze blowing, and dark threatening clouds ai. W.S.W., in the morning, but getting back to true W. in the afternoon. The sunset was peculiar and beautiful. Below the sombre clouds was a hue of greenish brown stratus clouds ; immediately above black mountains of cumulus, and again beyond, masses of scarlet and red clouds, surrounded as it were by the dark framework of the storm clouds. Just before, and at this time, at the opposite horizon, and flashing up to- wards the zenith, were scnrlet bands, beauti- fully reflected from the setting of the sun's rays opposite. Thcso strikiug appearances were doubtless due to the sun's rays on masses of dark clouds, for until half-past three in the afternoon, there was no sign of sunshine, and at four it was warmer than at any time previously in the day. SCHOOL OF ARTS.-Tho usual quarterly meeting of this institution wns held last evening, pursuant to ann...

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

NOTICE. £10 REWARD. BTOLBN or STRAYED from Mojran, Weir Uiver, near 0«Uiidoon, Darling Downs Dis- trict a Hay HOR^E, branded HM niw shoulder, and ¿addle marked on near side. The above re- ward will lie paid, if stolon, on conviction, and £5 if strayed.on delivery to Charles Woatherull or Jacob and W. Low, Weltown, noar Çalandoon : Rnnnosed to be taken towards Hie Balloon Uiver. Bupposeo 0HAELK8 YVEATHEIULL, Stockman. WoUown. IQtUJiine, 18G1._ £2 REWARD. LOST a COMMEROIAL BANK CHEQUE BOOK. Whoever will return it lo the «Courier office will receive tho above reward. KEW ROAD. Colonial Secretary's Office. Brisbane, 2-jtli June, 1861. Uiver Plan . _ . . . ... _, _ _ _ _ _ein are requested to transmit, in writing, to the Clerk of the Executive Council, within one month from this date, any well grounded objection which may exist to the formation -of the Boad in question. By His Excellency's Command, 11 B. G. W. UEBBEET. BOOK OF BEFEBENCE OF EOAD from South-east corner of Portion No. 39, D...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 12 July 1861

BIRTH.     At the South Brisbane Hotel, South Brisbane, on the 7th instant, Mrs. John O'Rourke, of a daughter.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 12 July 1861

rpHE UNDERSIGNED, in taking this oppor L tunity to thank his numerous friends and the public, for tho liberal patronage he has re- ceived for the past five \ears, assures them that nothing shall bo wanting on his part to secure the continuance of their Mipport in his rapidly iucieasing business, and that it is his intention to continue to sell only articles of the BEST QUALITY, at fair maikct prices Ali orders and commissions from the country will have prompt attention and immediate dis- patch. REUBEN OLIVER,; Wine, Spirit, mid Grocery Store, Elizabeth-street, * Brisbane. Entrance from Queen-street -Gateway next the Union Bank. r ' ' Brisbane, July 1st, 1861. I HEREBY appoint Mr. ARTHUR MARTIN, auctioneer, of Brisbane, as my agent in Queensland, for the Sale of Dog-carts, Spring carts, and other description of Carriages and Harness. ' - JOHN ROBERTSON, Coach Factory, Sydney. In reference to the above, I beg to inform the public generally, that I will have co: stantly on hands an ass...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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CENTRAL POLICE COURT. THURSDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 13 July 1861

CENTRAL POLICE COURT THURSDAY. Timm: was no business before the court this morning. FIIIOAY.-Before T. S. Warry, Esq., J.P, Jack, au aboriginal, brought up on a ehargo of having stolen two cakes, the value of two- pence, from the shop of Mr. Macfaddon, con- fectioner, ol' Queen-strcct, was admonished and discharged. Griffiths v. Collins and Griffiths, Collins and Howard.-These were summonses under the Masters' and Servants' Act for wages, which were remanded till the lo'th instant, Petrie v. Petrie.-The defendant in this case was charged with deserting his wife, Catherine Petrie Plaintiff not appearing, tho ease was dismissed. MUNICIPAL ASSESSMENTS.-A Court of Petty Sessions for hearing appoals against tho rates levied hy the Brisbane Corporation upon assessable property was hold at the Central Police Office on Thursday last. The magistrates present were Messrs. T. S. AVarry and E. It. Drury. Mr. Garrick appeared for the corporation, who wore represented hy tho Town Clerk. The numbe...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Letters to the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 13 July 1861

IbeAtCB'g *© tit» JEcBätfor. Sut,-On the 3rd inst., Mr. It. Cribb asked tho Colonial Secretary " If any road liad been surveyed through the Logan District, ¿te." The answer was inaudible. The district referred to has beon occupied by the squatters more than twenty years, and during that period not one shilling of public money has boon therein expended, for any purpose whatever. No road has been sur- veyed, though hy so doing the distance from Brisbane to the Richmond would bo reduced moro than one-third. Prior to the Order in Council prohibiting squatters cultivating tho soil, ovory statioa grow its own wheat; and tens of thousands of acres ot the best cotton ground arc lying idlo for want of a road. The government object to a road in this diroction, though professedly anxious to annex the Clarence, and the members for East More- ton being townsmen of Brisbane, appear of the same opinion. Unless Queensland facilitates communica- tion bj' land with the Richmond and Claionco Districts...

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Weekly Calendar. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 13 July 1861

WeeZiïy sU»Ien«3t»r, ..HlOH WATER AT BatinAKB. Stn». Days, Sitnnhiy... Sundnj. .Monday ..! Tuesday,.., "Wednesday Thursday... Finlay....... I Date. July. J:J It '15 16K j 17, l8 10 Mm-. 3 10 4,0 .t s*G 5 02 « au 7 10, 8 0 After., 3 38 4 : 5 li 5 50| C 45 7 .'IS 8 24 Rises. C51 G ¡51 fi r.o « ñ') 6 n0 ti fil) G 4'J

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
MAILS PER " NORTHAM." GENERAL POST OFFICE. Bribane, 13th July, 1861. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 13 July 1861

MAILS PER " SOUTHAM." ¡J GENERAL POST OFFICE. tot Ufishaiie, 13th July, 1801. t||f TUB Mails ,per the 1\ und ,ü. S. N. Company'« bteamer "Northam" will be mude tipiittíils Olllne, and despatched via Sydney per Yarra Yarra, as under : F.ir New Z;alnnd, Sdlith Australia, ' Western Aiutrilia, Tintii'iiilii, and Victoria, Tndian Ports, a id all ptrUnf tKunme, except Uie United liing dnn, the mail will «hue TIIISDAV at4 p.m. for Or Unary L tters and Newspapers. Registered Litters foi-tile above-named places will not bo received after 1 p.m. The Malls for Sydney ami the United Kingdom . only, will dose at 7 p.m. for Ordinary Letter, and c,s.1 for Registered Letters at 5 p.m. The following malls will bo despitehetl, viz. : To tite United Kingdom, via Marseilles and via Southampton; to Franco; to the Northern Coun- tries of liitrope vin Trieste; to New Zealand, Melbourne, Adelaide, Tasmania, Western Aus- tralia, Mauritius, Alexandria, the Indian Forts, China, and the Cape of Good Hop, Iiett...

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Local Intellgence. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 13 July 1861

Si»vnl JîcjiteîH Ige «nee. OJHSPTON-.-lu our report of the proceedings of the Legislative Council on Thursday lust -published in yesterday's issue-an omission was inadvertently mad«, which wo hasten to eonvet. When the Audit Bill was passing through committee, Mr. H-irrls moved and curried an amendment to tho eiroct that the Auditor-Cencral should not bo a member of any board of any public, company. [ADVHUTIÍIEMKNT.]-Tiioso splondidbiisinoss premises sitimto at the corner of Queen and (joorgo streets, formerly occupied hy tho Joint Stock dink, and lately by M. J. Mark- well, ironmonger, &c., will ho opuned this day hy Messrs. Samuel Davis and Co. Thcsu gcntlomon, beliovingthnt Brisbane afforded a first-rate field for an establishment partaking of tim chai-autor of ii Manchester and Italian warehouse, as wull as a general storo.sccurcd tho lenso of their present promises, and pro- ceeded to stock it with au immense assort- ment ol' goods in groceries, glass, crockery, cutlery...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Commerical Intelligence. FRIDAY EVENING. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 13 July 1861

CTonunerciiM'intelligence. FRIDAY EVENING. Donisa tue pas.c weck thomarltcts have Leen <piiet. The d.co'iinc on flour, tea, and tobacco lias been confirmed, although few sales lin vo hean effected. Sugar and oilmen's stores are firm, with au upward tendency iii some articles u-.ider the latter hoad. The uri ¡vals of flour during the week have hean 845 bags. The'export of produce during the week has heoD 212 casks tallow, IC2S hides, 31 bales wool, and 84 bundles of skins. 'Wo shall reserve our usual weekly reports rjf the state of the markets for our monthly ¡summary, which will ho published on ?Wed- nesday next. t

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SHIP MAILS. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 13 July 1861

SHIP MAILS. & The Mails for New South Wal.*, V/jctori g^,, ^Australia, and Tasmania, by til e Y'arra Yarra will close nt tho General Post Ofli'je, r s follows_' For registered letters nt5 o'o'.ock this evening. B-or ordinary letters und ap.wapanCr8 "t 7 o'clock tins evening.

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 13 July 1861

NOWjOPEN. SAMUEL DAYIS & CO. WHOLESALE AND RETAH GROCERS, . .?:>!:>..' IRONMONGERS. : . GICTHIfiRS. DRAPERS, BOOT. GLASS. ASH :,, CROCKERY MERCHANTS, CO'ANER OF QUEEN AND GEORGE STREETS. NORTH BRISBANE. THE ATTENTION of the PUBLIC is specifically drawn to the undermentioned LIST,of ARTICLES constantly on band at the above Stores: .SHOCERIE9. * £ 8. d. Bit Mack tea, per lb.'1'. 0 2 6 Ditto Gunpowder, per lb. ... 0 3 6 Pine brown sugar, per lb. ... 0 0 ß "$Light brown sugar, per lb. ... Q O 5J Loaf sugar, per lb. 0 0 7} Best currants, per lb, ..., ... 0 0 8 Best raisins, per lb.., ... 0 0 81 Muscatels, per lb. 0 1 O" Sinclair's bama, per lb.. 0 14 English cheese, per lb. 0 14 Best Jfatna rice, per lb... 0 0 3 Mocha coffee, per lb. i. 0 16 Pickles, assorted, per bottle ... Sardines, per tin . Red herrings, per tin . Bottled fruits, per bottle New jams, per jar. Sperm candles, per lb. Curry, per bottle . Almonds in shell, per lb. Champion's pure vinegar, per quart. Bottled...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 13 July 1861

ÍXT" ANTED by a pr.toticiil Broad and Biscuit H Baker, a SITUATION. Address, *'Biker," Courier olfioe. w ANTiip- » viniiig n»>n. 01 l'URI'EU. Ajiply to J. \V. IsOXl'ON, Qiicon-streot. SrANTED JOINERS. Apply to ROBERT POKTI'.R, Qne-n-st-eot. w WANTED, a Competent HOUSEMAID. Apply nt the Queensland Hotel, Edward- street. N. Brisbane. J. SCANLAN. WANTED a strong active LAD, to drive a Baker's Cart. Apply to AMOS GLOVER,   George-street. WANTED a competent COOK for tho Metro-     ptlit.m Hotel, Edward-street. Apply at naen to the Pioprwor. JA MKS MOONBI. WANTED, 11 Four or Five Roomed COT TAGB, in or nour the town. Apply to HOPKINS & ORA WFORD. ANTED a PORTER to muk« h-m-flf gene nilly useful. Apply to Ii. DAVIDSON, nuotioncer. ANTED a Good COOK, Male or Female. Apply to Mrs. KEYS, Commercial Hotel, Edivurd-street. 'ANTED MASONS' I.ABOÜRKRS. Apply, Building nour Rev. Mr. Tumor's North Quay.' WANTED to RENT, 0000 to 8000 UWES, from tivo t...

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DARLING DOWNS. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) TOOWOOMBA, JULY 11. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 13 July 1861

DARLING DOWNS. (lHOH OUR OWN COMUSSrONDENT.) ',, TOOWOOMBA, JULY 11. l'OLiciî OFFICE, Toowoomba, July !).-Bo íoro tho Mayor and A. D. Broughton, Esq., P.M.-Edward Owens was fully committed for trial for stealing a horse, the property of Messrs. Gore, of Yandilla. The bench refused to nlJoiv bail. ACCIDENT.-As Mr. Cumming, of this placo, was leaving town on Sunday evening, his horso took fright, and fell as ho shiod, rolling on his ridor, who was sovorcly bruised, and hiiil his shoulder dislocated. Doctor Sachse was promptly in attendance, and under his . annus Mr. Cumming is progressing favour- ably. 'lim AnoniaiNAT,s.-No blankots havo yot arnvod for distribution amongst tho blacks. .Tho inolcmoaoj' aud wotnoss of tho present ?Winter would make thom doubly aecoptublo, and the darkies aro loud in their complaints w "Groody fella, Gubouor; baal sondim blanket." Tim WEATIIEII.-On Tuesday wo wero again visited by heavy and continuous rain « is worthy of noto that oach assize hero has 'i...

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