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SYDNEY MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 13 July 1861

SYDNEY MARKETS.'¿ By tho Yarra Yarra wo ha YO advices from fsydncyto tli0 8th »"»^»t Tho Heiald pub- lishes lim revenue returns for tho quarter !in(î.o.?"?° 1,8(il !tho total receipts amounted tco ~olG,G43, being only an increase of £6986 .°" t'lu SI»mii quarter ol' tho previous year. _ Ino amount of capital opon for investmont is iii'oxcoss of the securities offtired for stile, ami tho share markot is consequently brisk. In tlie import market, with tlo excoption ot two or tluoo important sales by auction of tías .and. sugars,- tliero has"" bebri'very little doing. J Flonr_is very much depressed!. Fine is quotod at £17 to ¿17 10s. Wheat, is also dull of salo, and lia« {a\\m fid. per bushel. leas aro dt'ji 0f m\a< mid are Jiot'likely to rovive. Co _,"""_ £5 Äs, t0 £7 per chfcst. Mo- llumi grec M hftVe so]d nt tho rate of £G 1(,5 t0 *> w x Gd. . " jrs arc finn, and former quotations well A1' Gained. ^ÍJandlos have advanced 4d. por lb. ,?( . 'JRico.-Patna cannot bo quoted...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
WEEKLY EPITOME. FRIDAY EVENING. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 13 July 1861

L* WEEKLY EPiTWÜttE. Ive _. FJUDAY EVENIN«. OUK budget of general items' is extremely small this wook. Tho intercolonial telegraph has hoon com- pleted during tho week as far as Queensland. The New South Wales portion is complote as far as Tenterfield, leaving only forty milos unfinished. A carponter named William Cummins, in the employ of Mr. Watts, of Eton Vale, was thrown from his horse in Toowoomba on Saturday last. Ho was at once taken to the hospital, and Dr. Sachse having hoon called in, the poor fellow was found to have dislo- cated his shoulder, and received severe in- ternal injurio«. A second Building Society has boon oponod in Ipswich, and about a hundred shares have already boen taken. A publie meeting was hold at Toowoomba on Saturday last for tho formation of a Volun- teer Rifle Corps in that town. An effort is being made for tho resuscita- tion of tho Toowoomba cricket club. Tho reading room of tho Ipswich School of Arts is to ho removed to moko room for a post offic...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The Courier. SATURDAY, JULY 13 1801. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 13 July 1861

ifte <&aimtt< SATURDAY, JULY 13 1801. "mg ' WHEN WO last adverted to the subject of an Electivo Upper House, we stated that wo should take an early opportunity of returning to it, with the view of enunci- ating a scheme for the composition of such a chamber. Of this promise we now purpose to acquit ourselves by de- tailing the leading features of the scheme, and malungfsorae remarks in justification of the views wo have adopted. We pro- pose tbon I.-That the house shall consist of twenty members. , II.-That the colony shall he divided iuto twenty electorates, each returning one mem "hor ; and that the division shall bo made in such a manner ns to adhere to the " popula- tion basis" as the correct principle of repre- sentation. III. That no qualification shall he required of inoinbers further than that their names shall appear on some electoral roll within the colony (the same qualification, in fact, as that now required of members of the Assem- bly), an...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 13 July 1861

SUMMATtY FOR ENGLAND. rriHE GOUIUEIi'S usual monthly SUM -L MARY, for Europe, will be published on WEDNESDAY, the 17th instant, in time for the Supplementary Mail to be des- patched per " Telegraph."

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Shipping Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 13 July 1861

Shipping Intelligence. The Yarra Yarra will leave for Sydney to-nîght, «MI o'clock. STEAM TO IPSWICH.-Leaving the A.S. N. Co.'s whnrf-the Brisbane, this day, at noon. THE MAOS roa EUBOI'E.-The suggestion which wo made previous to the departure of the Tele- graph has been adopted by the agent for the A.S.N. Company, nnd a supplementary mail will he made np for the Telegraph, to leave Brisbane oh next Friday nftcrnoon. Tills will be a «reat lioon to the public, and the manner in which a similar service has been twice before performed by the Telegraph leaves little room to fear her punc- tuality. Five days' grace, and the chance of belnjr able to reply to correspondence by the May mail, is so valuable a privilege, that we think the A.S.N. Company are'entitled to great praise for thus sjrving the community.] The Telegraph is advertised to leave Sydnoyfun Monday night, and should no detention occur to t lie P. and 0. Company's steamer-due in Sydney- on the 14th instant-the Telegraph will...

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

Steam to Sydney. THE YARRA. YARRA, from the A. S. N. Co.'s New Wharf, THIS DAY (baturdav) at U o'clock p.m. ^ Steerage Fares Reduced to £3. GEO. D. WEBB, Agent. Wharf, nth J«»e« ~~ NOTICE. £10 REWARD. 8TOLEN or STRAYED ¿Vom Mogan, Weir River, near Onlandoor., Darling Downs Dis- trict, a Hay TIORSE, hmiided HM near shoulder, and Baddle marked on «car side. The above re- ward'will he paid, if stolen, on conviction, and £5 if strayed.on deli very to Charles Weatherall or Jacob and W. Low» Welton n, noar Calnndoon . supposed to be taken towards the Balloon Uiver. CIlA'flLES WEATHERALL, Stockman. Woltown. loth.June, I8C1._ £2 REWARD. LOST a COMMERCIAL BANK CHEQUE BOOK«. Whoever will rotu/n it to the ."Courier offioo will receive the above rewmd. £5 REWAPJ). STOLEN or Stravcd, from. Dalby, on the night of the 20th April, l&<il,a Brown Draught HORSE, «bout 16i hand» high, stars on foichead, branded like W near shoulder, 257 off ribi, CO off shoulder, and «-% over U near ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 13 July 1861

BIRTH. At Spring Hill, on the 11th instant, Mrs. J. Scott, of a daughter.   MARRIAGES. On the 9th inst., at Milton, by the Rev. Joseph Fletcher, Mr. Robert Croft, eldest son of Rev. James Thornton, of Auckland, New Zealand, to Miss Eleanor, second daughter of Mr. Aylmer, Edwin Campbell, Auctioneer and Commission Agent, late of Ipswich. At North Brisbane, on the 11th instant, by the   Rev. Mr. Fletcher, Aaron, second son of the late Mr. James Wakefield, to Elizabeth Ann, eldest daughter of Mr. John Birch, Storekeeper, Brisbane, late of Kingston-upon-Hull, Yorkshire, England. On the 9th instant, at St. Stephen's Church, by the Right Rev. Dr. Quinn, Bishop of Brisbane, as- sisted by the Very Rev. Dean Rigney, Randal Mac- donnell, Esq., to Miss Sheehan of Brisbane. DIED. On the 8th instant, at his residence, Drayton, Darling Downs, in the 39th year of his age, Stephen Mehan, third son of the late Patrick Mehan Esq., of Londonderry, Ireland.   &...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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QUEENSLAND PARLIAMENT. LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. FRIDAY, JULY 12. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 13 July 1861

MEUT. LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY,   FRIDAY. JULY 12.   THE Speaker took the chair at a quarter past ten. MR. FREDERICK WALKER. Dr. CHALLINOR, pursuant to notice asked the Coloninl Secretary the following question:-     "Whether he has received a letter from   Frederick Walker, dated "Nullabin Post Office,   via Rockhampton, April 3rd, 1861;" and what are   the measures contemplated by the government in reference to the matters brought under their notice in that communication?"   The COLONIAL SECRETARY stated that the government had caused enquiries to be made, and had received a report contra- dictory of the statements referred to. COMMISSIONER OF MARANOA DISTRICT. Mr. FERRETT asked tho Colonial Secre- tary "If he be awnro the Crown Lands Office in the Maranoa District has been locked up for two months ol' late, und no one there to do the duties of Crown Lands Commissioner V" The COLONI...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
IPSWICH. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) THURSDAY, July 11. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 13 July 1861

IPSWICH. (UHOM OUR OWN OORTtEBl'ONDENT.) THURSDAY, July 11. Tho usual weekly meeting of the Muni- cipal Council was held yesterday afternoon, -present : the Mayor, and Aldermen John stun, Gorry, "Watkins, O'Malley, and Clune. Tho minutes of the previous meeting'were lead and confirmed ; the report of the Ovcr so(-r ol' Works was read ; and the report of the Finance Commitleo was read and adopted. Alderman Bethuno-'s motion re- specting the whaifage lapsed in consequonco of hi-4 absence. The Mayor observed that he wished Alderman Bethune had been pre- sent, that he might see how entirely opposed to his motion wns the gcod sense of the council ; he did not think the motion would havo found a seconder. Alderman Watkins proposed that tho consideration of the sub ject of wharfage dues should be postponed to the year 1870. Alderman Buthune'sother mo tion respecting the impoundings shared the same f.-ite, Alderman Johnston remarking that it was illegal. Tho Mayor moved, and Alderman Goiry ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 15 July 1861

_N.OW_OPEF. ù SAMUEL DAYIS & CO. ^HX)IESALE AND 1BETAIL GROCERS. "?' ' IRONMONGERS. CLOTHIERS, DRAPERS. BOOT. GLASS, AND CROCKERY MERCHANTS. CORNER OF QUEEN AND GEORGE STREETS. > STORTH BRISBANE. THE -A7LTENTÍON of the TUBLIO is specifically drawn to the undermentioned | LIST of ARTICLES constantly on band at tho above. Stores :- ' «ROCKRIES. B. d. 2 6 6 5 Bi 71 8 ? 4 4 3 6 ï B. d. Pickles, assorted, per bottle ... 0 1 O Sardines, per tia . O 0 IO Bed herrings, per tin . 0 3 0 Bottled fruits, per bottle ... 0 1 6 New jams, per jar. 0 12 Sperm candles, per lb. 0 16 Curry, per bottle . 0 10 Almonds in shell, per lb. ... 0 1 0 Champion's pure vinegar, per quart. 0 10 Bottled vinegar, per quart ... 0 1 3 Best mould candles, per lb. ... 0 0 Boat black tea, per ïb. .. Ditto Gunpowder, per lb. Fine brown sugar, per lb. Light brown sugar, per lb. Loaf sugar, per lb. Beat currants, per lb. Best raisins, per lb. Muscatels, per lb. Sinclair's bams, per lb. .. English cheese, per lb....

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IPSWICH. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) SATURDAY, JULY 13. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 15 July 1861

IPSWICH. (ritOM OU« OWN COnilESPONDIÎNT.) y.vTuunAY, JULY 13. Yi:sTi:nuAY, at ten o'clock, tho Municipal Council met in committee, to consider the clauses of tho Bill to amend the Municipali- ties' Act ; present-the Mayor, anil Aldermon Watkins, Clune, Stanley, O'Malley, aud John- ston. The minutes of the last mooting having beun road, the Mayor opened the business, mid said that in doing bo ho could not help adverting to the hasty manner in which tho bill was being carried through tho bouse, which allowed no time for the expression of opinion on the part of tho municipalities. The clauso to which ho would wish to call their attention moro especially was the ono having reference to the money endowmont. It scorned to him ridiculous to suppose that the older and more populous towns of tho colony could receive much benefit from such an endowment; whilo tho younger towns would certainly receive at least ton times as much. Even if tho benefit wero much greater as regarded tho amount ol' ...

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PROGRESS AT PORT DENISON, AND RETROGRESSION IN THE QUEENSLAND PARLIAMENT. (From the Empire, July 2.) [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 15 July 1861

PltOUBESS AT POUT DENISON, AND mein BGTltOURKSSlON IN THE QUEENS- to i BAND PARLIAMENT. I »«« (From tbu Jimpuc, .Tuly 2 ) "HK interesting communication which we publish elsewhere from a Queensland paper, detailing the early progress of colonisation at lort Denison, will, in somo respects, recall to mind tho records that havo been «t of the advent of the white man in Aus- tralia. Happily the northern adventurers wo none of those extremo perils to contend with winch encompassed the liist settlement w tins country. They havo not to deal with a body of lawless and desperate settlers, »or are thoy isolated from the civilised «orld by half Hie circumference of the gobo. Within a few days' steam of nu, lierons¡blonds and abuudant supplies, they cod have no foar of llban,iüD11K>nt 01. tarvano«, mit may buok]o ^ th<j work " loie them with full confidence. Never- theless there is, in the details before tis, 'much' to remind the veador > of greater difficulties overcoltln >...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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TASMANIAN MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 15 July 1861

TASMANIAN M.ARRET.«* Wchave-Hobart Iowa papers to the 2nd July. The following is irom thd Mercury : The market lias bei <n fully supplied with wheat to-day, but prices remain at former quotations, viz., Us. to Ms. 3d., and (is. 6d. for ' «superior samples; the market for grain has been remarkably hea eyto-day,andpurcJiaseis disinclined to purcl inso. Tho demand^ for. flour is still confined to homo consumption, and markets ait firm at " £16 to £17. Wo havo had. no arrivals of potatoes this last two days, but our prices for this article *? remain unaltered, *»' . Onions uro not inquired for, and. prices ore quoted at £4 to £5, hut we hav e no sales to report.

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Letters to the Editor. THE BOARD OF EDUCATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 15 July 1861

BiCíícra to 43ie Sidiïua*. THE BOARD 01? EDUCATION. DiSAit Sin,-I shall bo obliged if you will allow me, through the columns of your paper, to stato some of those points in which it appears to mo that tho amandod regulations of' tho Queensland Board of General Educa- tion are not in accordance with the spirit of tho National System of Edue.ition, as catried on in tho colony ol'Now South Walos. In pago 8 of tho Queensland regulations, clause 3,-" Before or after tho usual school hours." Tliuso words aro au interpolation : thoy are not found in tho Now South Wales regulations. Tage 6, clause 11. Tho Now South Walos regulations say,-"Every school building should, admit of a separato room being set apart for children whiluundor special religious instruction." This clause is omitted in the Queensland regulations. Pago l.'l, section 27. '. The school days aro five in euch wool:, viz., Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday aud Friday-, on cadi of these days livo hours gonoral instruction (i...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Weekly Calender. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 15 July 1861

Weekly Calri'idar. Hura WATER AT BRL-BA.NE, ''Days. Mo-.iday . lînesday . ?Wednesday... íKf Thursday. "'Saturday. Sunday... i. Date. July. 15 16 17 l8 19 20 21 Morn. 4 -16 5 32 li 20 7 10 P 0 8 52 9 5l\ 5 6 5 56 1 6 4.-> 7 35 8 24 9 20 10 £2 I SUN. 6 so 6 50 6 50 6 50 6 49 6 49 6 49

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 15 July 1861

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

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THE MEMORIAL FROM TOOWOOMBA IN FAVOR OF JUDGE LUTWYCHE. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 15 July 1861

THE MEMORIAL FROM. TOOWOOMBA IN FAVOR OF JUDGE LUTWYCHE. SIR,-Your .. own correspondent" here is, in a Pickwickian sense, a humbug. Why docs ho send you a report of a meeting, with finely-worded resolutions, and all that sort of thing, lcguliirly cut and dried, and made to order? It is impossible that his report of the meeting could bo correct For "Taylor" says it was disgraceful : And Taylor is an honorable mun. Why did ho not send you a correct account of the proceedings alluded to by the honorable member for tho Western Dowus? As I happened to be present at the mooting, and don't intend to allow tho public to bo gulled, may I trouble you to insert the follow- ing report, which I shall do you the honor to furnish you with. " A crowded mooting was hold at the Ar- gyle Rooms the other Saturday night, for the purposo of adopting a memorial as abovo. The meeting, which consisted of seven adult males, an unprotected fomalo, and a small boy, was a very disorderly one. On tho motion of s...

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Shipping Intelligence. SAILED. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 15 July 1861

Shipping Imelllsenee. SAILED. JOÏIT13.-Yarra Verra, steamer, 560 tons, Captain Bell, for Sydney. Passengers-.Mr. and Miss Bar- ton, Messrs. Macdougall, Wilson, Leutz, Wilson, Binney, Tidswell, ana 7 in the steerage. EXPORTS. Yarra Yarra : 7 hogsheads tallow, 22 hides, C, "Wilms; 6 cases fruit, D. Skyring; 58 bides, 1 valise, Heussler and Frnncksen ; 6 rases fruit, 1 keg, ft. Bulcock; 1 valve and parcel, W. Petti- grew ; 4 hogsheads tallow, G. II. Wilson ; 1 truss, B. B. Southerden ; 3 cases fruit, T. Unmuck ; 1 bag potatoes, T. Clarke ; 14 bunches bananas, Barring- ton and Webb; 5 bundles pine suckers, A. J. ' Hookinga ; 1 bundle, 1 cask plnnts, W. Hill ; 1 case, 1 case fruit, W. J. Costin ; 2 boxes, 1 basket, T. Rayner ; 2 boxes, Miss Barton ; 1 case, Tele- graph Office. , . The Telegraph will leave for Sydney on Friday next. STEAMERS ros IPSWICH.-Leaving the A.S.Îî. Co.'s wharf-the Ipswich, this day at 1 o'clock; th' Brisbane, to-morrow nt 1 o'clock. J . The Breadalbane is to bo l...

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Commercial Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 15 July 1861

sUoniuiercial Inte'' . -- MB. ARTIIUR MARTIN re- -* tion, at the A.S.N. f t***« «« sale by auc bushcls of 90-day company's wharf, of 300 5s. 9d. per bli"" maize, »t norn íís. 7¿d. to his Rooms. -,n°i ! bags Is- oach. Also, at sioiis, fu- . °f a quantity of drapery, provi jjr -nituro, and sundries, at fair prices. or , . Hopkins s old at auction, at his yards, .» baturdoy, a large number of horses, har- ness and saddles. The sale was well at attended, and choie o prices obtained for most of the lots.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Local Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 15 July 1861

Local Intelligence. APPOINTMENTS.-Mr. H. 0. Rawnsley, to be Acting Commissioner of Crown Lands for the district of Burnett and Wide Bay. Lieutenant J. O'Connell Bligh, to be Acting Commandant of the Native Police, vice Morissett, resigned.-Second Lieutenant F. W. Carr, to be first Lieutenant in command of the 3rd division Native Police, vice Walker, resigned. SOLEMNISATION OF MARRIAGES. - The Right Rev. Dr. Quinn, Bishop of the Roman Catholic Church, and the Rev. Messrs. Rene- han, Cane, and Tissott, of Brisbane, and the Rev. Mr. Holdebourg, of Ipswich,-all cler gymen of the above-named persuasion, are gazetted as having been duly registered at the Registrar-General's Office for the solem- nisation of marriages. TENDERS are invited, in Saturday's Gazette,   for the erection of the Electric Telegraph Station, and Post Office, Ipswich. Separate tenders are to be sent in for each building, but the party-wall is to be included in the tender for the telegraph office. The tim...

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