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THE DEATH OF MR. J. W. SLACK. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 2 June 1864

'THE DEATH OF MR. J. W. SLACK. The following additional particulars in re- ference to the death of the above-named gentle-   man are taken from the Queensland Times of Tuesday. That journal says-"We have to record the melancholy death of Mr. J. W. Slack, yesterday morning, from a painful acci- dent which he met with on Saturday last. The deceased gentleman, though not a permanent resident of the town, was well known in Ips- wich. He was formerly engaged in squatting pursuits, and at the time of his death was in some way connected with a station in the Ma-     ranoa district. Latterly he has been principally occupied in bringing mobs of fat cattle down to Ipswich for sale. It was only the week before last that he arrived here on business of that description. He is besides, well known as the former owner of the racers Boston and Betty   Martin, which carried off so many prizes at the last Christmas meeting, and afterwards appeared at some of the racing meetin...

Publication Title: Brisbane Courier, The
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ABSTRACT OF SALES BY AUCTIO[?] THIS DAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 3 June 1864

ABSTRACT OF SALES BY AUCTION THIS DAY. MESSRS. MARTIN & DICKSON, at 11 o'clock, on the Premises, Charlotte-street: Household Furniture and Effects. MR. ROBERT CRAWFORD, at 11 o'clock, at Nolan's Yard, South Brisbane : Horses. MR. H. M. COCKBURN, at 12 o'clock, at his Rooms, Nicolas-street, Ipswich : Allot- ments in Wharf and East streets, Ipswich.

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METEOROLOGICAL OBSERVATIONS. THURSDAY, JUNE 2. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 3 June 1864

METEOROLOGICAL OBSERVATIONS. Thursday, Jesu Br.tsn.vSE.-9 a.m. : Barometer (corrected), 29"79l; thermometer (shade), 57'1 ; ditto (dry bulb),57'2; ditto (wet bulb), 55'4 ; force of wind, 1 ; direction, S. ; extent of cloud, 10 ; wea- ther, raining ; rain fall during last.21 hours, 0-S33. 3 p.m. ; Barometer (corrected), 29'539 ; thermometer (shade), G5'3 ; ditto (dry, bidb), 05 0'; ditto (wet bulb); 59'7; force of wind, 3 ; direction, S.AV ; extent of cloud, 7 ; weather, dull ; nimbus clouds. (Ver lileelric Telegraph.) AVixd aso AVeatiier.-9 a.m.: Lytton, S.E., and raining ; Ipswich, S.E., raining hard ; Laidley, S.E., and raining ; Toowoomba, A\r., and cloudy, like rain ¡ Drayton, calm mid rain ' ig ; Dalby, S., and raining. Sïdxkï.- 9 a. m. ! Barometer (corrected), 39121; thermometer (shade), 51-5 ; ditto (dry bulb). 47'3 ; ditto (wet bulb), 35'G; force of wind, 1; direction, AV.N.AV. ; extent of cloud, 9 ; weather, cloudy.

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LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL WEDNESDAY, JUNE 1. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 3 June 1864

LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL AVednksday, Juxe 1. Î The PRESIDENT look tho chair at twenty five minutes past three, aud read the usual form °fWCr' PAPERS. Tho lion. J- BRAMSTON laid upon the tablo copios of further correspondence with re- ference to immigration. MESSAGES. Messages from tho Legislativo Assembly wero roceivcd,°bringmg down tho Trado Marks Bill and tho Liconsed Auctioneers Act Amendment Both of them wero read a first time, on the motion of tho lion. J. BRAMSTON ; and tho second reading of the former was made an order of tho day for Tuesday, Ulli Juno, aud of tho latter for Wednesday, 8th June. RAILWAY PLANS. Tho motion standing on tho paper iu the namo of the lion. J. BRAMSTON, with rcfer enco to the above plans, was postponed until Ihe conclusion of tho other business on tho pap"'- siTHTHGr DAYS. The hon. J. BRAMSTON moved,-" That the Sessional Order of the 27th April bo rescinded, and that, unless olhcrwiso ordered, this Houso do meet for tho despatch ol' business at three o'c...

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COMMERCIAL. COURIER OFFICE, THURSDAY EVENING. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 3 June 1864

COMMEKCIAL. 'Courier Office, Thursday Evening. The following returns show tho amount of Customs' Revenue collected ut the undermen- tioned places during the month ending tho 31st May, 18G1 : Brisbane. Brandy, 2700 gallons .£1353 G 3 . Gin, 1GG1 gallons. 830 13 1 Liqueurs, cordials, or strong waters, 41 gallon* . 22 9 9 Whisky, 453 gallons . ... 158 13 7 Rum, 4026 gallons . ... 1109 7 6 Perfumed spirits, 51 gallons ... IS 2 0 All other spirits, J gallon . . 0 5 3 Wine, -ICOS gallons .. . 460 17 1 Ale, porter, and beer (in wood), 15,398 gallons. G1 3 2 Ale, porter, and beer (in bottles), 1821 gallons . 15 3 G Tobucco, 8928 lbs. 892 IG 0 Cigars, 707 lbs. 10G 2 5 Tea, 42,495 lbs. 531 3 1 Coffee and chicory, 18,090 lbs. ... 155 15 0 Sugar, refined, 205cwt.3qrs. lllbs. G8 12 6 Sugar, unrefined, 2205 cwt. 2 qrs. lib. 551 8 G Bonding warehouso duty ... 104 5 0 Pilotage. 122 1 8 Total ... £6605 C 1 strong » Ipswich " ' Brandy, 658 gallons , Oin, 384 gallons ... Liqueurs, cordials, waters, 7 ...

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SYDNEY SHIPPING. [BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.] ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 3 June 1864

SYDNEY SHIPPING. [by electric telegram.] ARRIVALS. June 1.-Louisa and Miriam, brig, from Auckland ; Clutha, schooner, from Newcastle ; Shah Jehan, ship, from Twofold Bay ; Kembla, steamer, from the Clyde River ; Yarra, brig, from New Zealand. DEPARTURES. June 1.-Observer, for Callao; Alfred, for the South Sea Islands ; City of Melbourne, s.s., for Melbourne.

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 3 June 1864

A BARGAIN.-An ALLOTMENT for A g^LE in Thomas-street, South Brisbane, í"!_ to tho Touts. It is fenced in, has tho commencement of a House upon it, and also, a Li well, yielding a never-failing supply 5fi -"*.. pricc> £f £?w- M'KEAîîD' Qneen-stree^adjoining the Treasury. F"oTpÏÛVATE SALE.-A Scrub FARM ; no distanco from the city ; partly improved. Trico liberal. Terms easy. Apply to TRUN- DLE & CAMERON, Queen-street. 4932 F"^ORSÄLE, TWO Splendid WHARFAGE ALLOTMENTS in South Brisbane, havin» a frontago of 132 feet to tho Rivor, 132 Li to Stauley-strcot, and 132 feet toMontaguo [reet Apply to G. AV. M'KEAND, Queen street, adjoining the Treasury._4150 F"^ÓkSALE, BUILDING ALLOTMENTS, nlcasantly situated off Gregory Terrace Terms easy. Apply to J. JENYNS, Fortitude ___mä 4700 FOR SALE, a COTTAGE, with half an acre of garden, containing a variety of fruit trees, handsomely laid out, and enclosed with a »alta" fence, situato near Pine Applo Hotel, Kangaroo Point Road. Apply to Isa...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 3 June 1864

ROCKHAMPTON STONE LIME. WANTED to bo known, that I have made most complete arrangements for having a never-failing supply ol' Hie nbovo always on blind, at greatly reduced prices, best quality. JAS. CAMPB1ÎLL, Crook-street. N.B.-Wanted I o buy all the empty corn mid flour bags in Brisbane. '1S07 FOR SALE, LAND ORDERS-Now avail- able for purchaso of town or country lands. . GEORGE RAE1? & CO. AND O RD URS purchased by OEO. W. J-J M'KEAND, Qucen-slrcet, adjoining Iho Treasury. 5019 FOR SALE, LAND ORDRRS, Immediately available. BRIGHT BROTHERS ¿ CO., Mary-street. LAND ORDERS PURCHASED for Cash. Apply to JAS. DARRAGH, Kangaroo Point. 529(5 TOBACCO ! TOBACCO ! ! TOBACCO ! ! J SAWYER, WiiOLHSAiE and Retail To-t . liAOCONtbT, next Mr. SouUierden's Drapery Establishment, Quccn-strcct, in thanking his numerous customers for tho vory liberal patron ago ho has received since commencing business, bogs respectfully to inform thom mid tho public generally, that he has now erected the most...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 3 June 1864

Auction Sales. TO-MORROW. IN THE INTESTATE ESTATE OP ' , MR. JAMES TEEVAN, DECEASED. E'OBERT DAA1DSON has received iustrue ' tiona from the Curator of Intestate Es- tates to sell by public auction, at the Work- shop, Queen-street (back of the Victoria Salo Rooms), on SATURDAY, Juno 4, nt 12 o'clock, 3 Horses 1 Dray, and 2 Sets Harnoss Saddles mid Bridles The unexpired term of Lease of Premises, ending January 31,18G5 1 Dozen Carpenters' Benches, moro or less 4 Patent Flooring Cramps A quantity of Carpenters' Rim-locks, and Mortico ditto Ditto Lath, Shingle, and Batten Nails 1 Case Mathematical Instruments Blocks, Ropes, Scaffold Cords and Phiuks, Saw-stools, &e. 1 Pair French Casements, with Plato Glass, Cedar Doors, and Sashes. Ditto, and Pine Double aud Single-moulded Arcliitravcs Quantity of well-seasoned Cedar Boards, various thicknesses Ditto Pine Flooring Boards, shot and faced Ditto Baltic matched Boards Ditto Cedar Scantling, &c, <ïc, and nu- merou...

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LAND SALE. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 3 June 1864

ZASD SALE A sale of Crown Lands wns hold nt Iho City Auction Mnrt on Tuesday last, by Messrs. Martin mid Dickson, in nceordaneo with a pro- clamation, lately issued, appointing those gentle- men tho Cbvemn^Auctionp-^ S01aíoñOtíbem'" country lands situated in the ^"..iav's'of Yeerongpilly and Enoggera. In -sinHncrcuiiuu^jntu ranged from 10 acres to 73 acres 2 roods, and in almost, overy caso re- alized ii .considerable ndvaneo on tho upaet price of £1 per acre. Tho total sum ronlisod nt Iho snlo was about £0000. The following gives Hie details of the sale : Country lots, in tho county of Stanley, parish Yeerongpilly, situiilcd near Iho liour-iuilo Swamp. Upset price £1 per aero. Lot. Alva. Price p-r Aero. Purchaser. 1, 731 Sr Op-t'l 14 0 I?. Crihb . .1. U. D. M'Carthy li. Cribb J". Cameron .Mitvno W. Ulnkviiey G. Peg* P. Mayne Ditto ?I. Uoliertson \\r. Brookes J. Sutherland and mundell . Ditto .1. Darragh W. J. Costin Ditto Ditto S. Knixcr Sutherland & Blundoll On tho Rocky A...

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CENTRAL POLICE COURT. THURSDAY, JUNE 2. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 3 June 1864

CENTRAL POLICE COURT. Tuesday, June: 2. Before the Police Magistrate Drunkards.-John Burnet and Richard Clark were each fined 10s. for being drunk. Assaults.-Honora Kennedy was charged with assaulting Catherine Flemming. The pro- secutrix said she did not wish to press the charge. The bench ordered the husband of the defendant to become surety, and to find another surety, each in £25, for the good behaviour   of his wife for six months. - William Rosevear was charged with assaulting Elizabeth Edwards. The défendant at first pleaded not guilty, but the evidence being very clear against him, he withdrew the plea and ad- mitted the assault. He was fined 10s., with 4s. 6d. costs. Obtaining Goods under False Pre- tences. - David John McLeiin was brought up charged with obtaining goods from Mr. E. H. Booth, by means of forged cheques. Sergeant Gorman deposed to having apprehended the prisoner at the Criterion Hotel, at 9 o'clock on the evening of the 31st May. He apprehended ...

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LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. THURSDAY, JUNE 2. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 3 June 1864

LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. Thühsday, June 2. Tnr SPEAKER took tho chun at twenty five | inmutes aft« tinco o clocl, and lead prayers PUBLIC HOLIDAY Air AtiCICENZIE, without notice, asked .ne Colonial Se«etaiy on what authority and | "» what purpose the Pinieipal Und« Secretary proclaimed a public holiday m the public de 1 urtiiicnts on the 2nd Juno . Hie COIOMAL SECRET iRY saul the | f-oi eminent allow id the cleil s in the pubho s« nee to have a holiday tin» day in 01 dei Hint I "in might bo nblo to seo the dicket nintcli, J1 billi it wns supposed, would tnko place I'«" Alickrx/n It lins uot been play ed) It "»-Utlolmyobccu 1 PAPERS The COLONIAL TREASURER laid on tho I table, in compliance willi an order of tho House, [ a list of balances unexpended and which re- mained unappropriated on account of 18G3 ; and ho moved that it be printed. Question pul and passed. POSTPONEMENT. Mr. BLAKENEY, with the lcavo of the House, postponed tho question standing in his namo with respect to tho appoi...

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The Courier. PUBLISHED DAILY. FRIDAY, JUNE 3, 1864. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 3 June 1864

Uljt Courier* PUBLISHED DAILY". FRIDAY, J USE 3, 18G1. Tur ?olonial Treasurer made his annual financial statement last night in the As- sembly. Heilig based on actual ligures furnished by the Treasury and the Auditor General's Otlice tim present state of affairs was clearly laid before the House. The remedy proposed by the hon. gentleman for his financial difficulties was charac- terize! 3y simplicity rather than by inge- nuity. It appears by the Auditor-General's report that ¡it the close of the year 1803 the sum of ¿£70,073 hail been expended in excess of the sum actually received as cur- rent revenue. It is proposed to charge this serious deficiency to the Loan I'lind, and to devote ¿£70,000 of the amount borrowed last year for immigration to this purpose. The Colonial Treasurer advocated the plan of taking a <-ote of this description every second year, thus doing away with the possi- bility ol' a deficiency accumulating, as has, unfortunately, been the case in New Sou...

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TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. (FROM OUR TELEGRAPHIC CORRESPONDENTS.) SYDNEY. June 2. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 3 June 1864

TELEGRAPHIC NEWS (From our Telegraphic Correspondents) SYDNEY. June 2. News has been received from Auckland to the 19th. No further intelligence has been re- ceived from Wanganui.   General Cameron left Taurangi hastily. The 43rd Regiment will follow him, their supposed destination being Wanganui. Advices from Figi state that the vessel All Serene, bound for Sydney, was wrecked. Twenty- one persons were drowned, and seventeen saved.   Cust, the forger, has been identified as an escaped convict from Victoria.   Sailed for Brisbane-the Wallaby and City of Brisbane. For Gladstone-the James Paterson. MELBOURNE. Thirty-eight horses have been entered for the Melbourne Cup. The Birthday Ball passed off most brilliantly. ADELAIDE. A riot is feared amongst the miners on strike. At length there is a probability of the Inter- colonial cricket match being commenced. Should the weather continue as fine as the starlight sky last night prognosticated it would...

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SHIPPING. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 3 June 1864

SHIPPING. ARRIVALS. June 2.—Susanah, schooner, 21 tons, Capt. James Smith, from Newcastle the 27th May. R. S. Warry, agent. OFF THE PILOT STATION. May 31.—Corinne, barque, 400 tons, Capt. Ochiltree, from London the 17th February. Wienholt Walker and Co., agents. IMPORTS. Susanah, from Newcastle : 206 bags maize, 41 bags bran, R. S. Warry. Ipswich Steamers.—This morning the Bre- mer will start from Raff's wharf at half-past 5 o'clock ; the Ipswich, from the A.S.N. Co.'s wharf, at 7 o'clock ; and the Nowra, from Harris' wharf, at 7 o'clock. The brig Miss Kilmansegg, and the schooners Hirondelle and Prince Patrick, all cleared the river bar and put to sea during yesterday and the day previous. The brig is bound to New- castle, and the first-mentioned schooner is bound for Sydney, and the latter to Wide Bay. The Lady Lyttelton crossed the bar yesterday. The schooner, which was reported as being at anchor off Mud Island on Wednesday morn- ing, has put to sea. She is supposed to have been...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 3 June 1864

STEAM TO IPSWICH. THE AMY will LOAD CARGO TO-I>AY for IPSWICH at OHR and HONEYMAN'S Wharf. 5305 AUSTRALASIAN STEAM NAVI- GATION COMPANY. STEAM TO SYDNEY. - Tho YAKKA YAKRA, MONDAY, Juno G, nt 9 p,m. For ROCKHAMPTON DIRECT. - Tho CLARENCE, TUESDAY, Juno 7, at 9 30 p.m. For MARYBOROUGH.-The CITY OF BRISBANE, TUESDAY, Juno 7, at 10 p.m. No advauco in rates. Cargo received at the Company's Wharf for (lie above ports. TO IPSWICH Tlio IPSWICH, This Day, FRIDAY, Juno 3, at 7 a.m. Tho BRISBANE, on SATURDAY, Juno 4, at 7-30 a.m. HENEY 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. îSlïk T?KÛM mid after tho 1st JUNE Jygr.T nest, tho FREIGHT for WOOL from tho Northern Ports to Sydney will bo as under:- - From Brisbano and Ipswich to Sydney, at 12s. per bale. From Wide Bay, Gladstone,and Rockhampton to S; dnoy, 15s. per bale. From Pioneer and Port Denison to Sydney, 30s. per bale. SAMUEL ...

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BOWEN. (From the Port Denison Times, May 21.) [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 4 June 1864

BOWEN. (From the Port Denison Times, May 21.) Mu. R. H. AVlM.lfi, who was shot in tho face' by Macpherson at tho Houghton river, arrived, iii town on AVednesday. AVo aro glad to see, tlmt ho Bullers but slight inconvcnicnco from¡ his wound, though the bull is not yet extractad, i, His account of the transaction diil'ers slightly from flint given by a Rockhampton contem- porary, and w-e regret that xvo cannot publish it! now. Mr. Ball, superintendent of Mr. J. M. Black's J station on the coasl, was out looking for cal Ho, having Air. Reed and Iwo black bo)s with him,, xvltcn ho saw nu opening in the mangrove sernbl xi hieb fringes the consl, and on following ii found a direct road to tho beech. On arriving al the beach ho found bowns in Ihesoulh-eiistcrn bight of Cloveliind Buy. To nil nppearaneo ii is x\eil sheltered by tho south-eastern headland of Iho bay mid Magnetic Island. Tho tido wns out ni tho lime, mid ho mudo nu attempt to reach tho mouth of a largo suit water creek about ...

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GLADSTONE. (From the Correspondent of the Burnett Argus, May 22.) [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 4 June 1864

GLADSTONE. (From tho Correspondent of the Burnett Argus, Muy 22.) TillNOS on tho Diggings mo sliglilh improi mg, sovcinl new spotshuio bien disroiiiiil and did) lushed, and ns " mighl is nghl" on the field ut picscnl du eis pugilistic cncoim Icrs bato in conscqueiKo Inkcn plnro 'Hie hoaxicsl cmplo)mail Ihn Commissioiici linsism Inking his salan ns to pax mg the diggings a nsit, Hint's enluol) out of Ibu question No1 one quin lol of tho diggers baie lights and Hictois no one lo look nltn (hem 'Jho Mongo linns ure ni ni ing in lingo foi co tbei o mo no1 less Ihiin 1)0 on tho iii Id and out of Hint number onl) tin ce huí o " rights " A ron d) mob lim mg, done pistuclo sex (nil liol ties of spoils, mudo au attempt to bum down tho Diggers' Anns, on Alondii), because (ho landloid eonsidcred Hu) had had enough, and icfuscd to servo them xulh moi c '1 he w eather foi Iho lost fix o xvecks bus been delightful, and, us regards lins part of Queens lund, Lieut Saxby bus not been " nil thcro ' n...

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ROCKHAMPTON. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 4 June 1864

BOCKIIAMPTON. Bl tho Queensland wo havo lcccivcd flics fi oin Rockhampton to tho 28lh instant AVo lake the following fiom tho Bulletin - AVo ino pleased to chioniolo tho ni in ni of anothei nnmigiant i(8»ol (ho Davswntci, which left Lix ei pool on tho 25lh Jamtin i lust, i each mg Gi ccnocl. on tho 30lh s iilmg from them e on tho 5lh 1 cbiiini), lind cusfing nnclioi in ICoppcl Buy on Monda) uftoi noon lust Tlio Bil) swalcr is commanded bj Captain Roheit Moms, Mi R Buigo> being Suigcon Supciiulcndeiit mid seems to lim o mudo a xoiage cquull) gintifimg lo pnsscngois, ofllceis and dew Of it tolul numbci of 133 souls xihich left Iho old connli), 303 mo destined foi Rod hampton, the lcmam dei going lo Moleton B-i) with tho lctumi of tho icsscl Iho Iîockhaïupton linmigrunls, m whom nccessmil) oin chief mlcicst lies, mo thus classified -Mules oici lomliin )cmsof age, 128, dillo lmdei, (went) soicn females oioi foul teen, 121 , dil lo lindel, Incut) foul , total, 30J Hie quoin lim o been...

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