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

SHIP MAILS The mails per the Queensland, for Mary-   borough, Gayndah, Gladstone, Rockhampton, and Port Denison, will be made up and closed at the General Post-office, on Tuesday) next, as under : For registered letters, at 5 p.m. ; and for other letters and newspapers, at 8 p.m.

Publication Title: Brisbane Courier, The
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SYDNEY SHIPPING. [BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.] ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 4 June 1864

SYDNEY SHIPPING. [BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.] ARRIVALS. June 2.-Boomerang, s. s., from Rockhamp- ton ; Rotumah, brig, from the Fiji Islands ; Craigievar, brig, from Auckland; Rangoon, barque, from the Downs ; Bren, ship, from Ba- tavia; Wild Wave, brig, from Lyttelton. DEPARTURES. June 2.-Mary and Edith, for the South Sea Islands ; Sabrina, for Hobart Town ; Cen- turion, ship, for London ; Wallaby, schooner, for Brisbano ; City of Brisbane, steamer, for Brisbane.

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REVENUE STATEMENT FOR THE YEAR 1863. STATEMENT of the CONSOLIDATED REVENUE of the COLONY OF QUEENSLAND, for the Year ending 31st December, 1863, showing the amounts received from the various Districts.—Ordered by the Legislative Assembly to be Printed, 25th May, 1864. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 4 June 1864

REVENUE STATE M l¡ y T YEAR 1SG3. Statement of tho Coxsoi.id.ited Rex'exue of Iho Coeoxy or Qüeexseaxd, for tho Year ending 31st December, 18G3, showing tho amounts received from tho various Dis- tricts.-Ordered hy the Leqislatioe Assembly to ho Printed, ÏUh May, 1SG1. 1'oru LATIOX. 1-LAXD ItKX-EXUE. 2_COURTS rtr 4-BEXTS EXCLUSIVE DISTlîIClS. Land Sales and Rent, Assessment, l'ETTY 3-EICEXSES. 5-CUSTOMS, ETC. TOTAL. Deed Fees. and Survey Fees. SESSIOXS 1 OP LAXD. £ s. d. £ e. d. £ 8. d. £ a. d. £ s. d. £ s. d. £ s. d. Moreton. 29,919 19.9G5 19 G 7,014 9 4, 1,259 13 6 3,492 13 G 265 8 11 73,824 1 1 105,852 5 10 Darling Downs . ll.GGG 7,970 15 0 11,531 10 7 CG90 0 G 1,722 IS G 30 10 0 2S.785 8 8 50,710 3 3 Port Curtis . G.071 G,791 7 9 5,392 'G 1 519 10 0 1.75G 3 4 147 9 10 14,979 19 5 29,619 16 5 Leichhardt . 4,127 932 15 0 16,397 2 4 130 19 8 422 10 0 142 0 0 10,176 17 0 28,202 4 0 AAlde Bay and . ") 2,961 2,1-17 0 0 j 11,860 G 7 472 8 0 - 3G0 0 0 5 0 0 7,318 11 3 ] 29,777 15 G Burn...

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THE CULTIVATION OF GINGER IN QUEENSLAND. TO THE EDITOR OF THE BRISBANE COURIER. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 4 June 1864

CULTIVATION OF GINGER IN QUEENSLAND. TO THE EDITOR Or THE BRISBANE COURIER. Silt-1 wish lo diaw tho illcntion of ill 6inall funnels in Queensland to tho cultnntion I of lins most xaluablo plant, xilitch could bo lecommcudod to aicti one in this and tho othei colonies As it cotdd out) bo eulin atod cspo emily in this colon), and with gi cal success it would bo moi th the while of oin fin muí logiio it a ti ml, as it xull ovci bo much to their ciodtt and benefit, would inioho xeii little tioublo and expense, and at tho «anio time cnsii o a x or) good profit lHFFMirsa v\n mumino 1 Take hoe, and dig the field 01 lund up ni beds (tho samens what the coloninls call ti euch mg) six inches in depth and let it get nu foi a week then plant it in the following manuel 2 Hie ginget should bo allowed fo spiout a htlle then cut mlo pieces nboutono inchsnunie, and bo planted with tho cut side down m tho bed«, about tinco inches deep, ni ions ono foot wide and one foot apait 3 lins plant seldom exce...

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DIARY. MEMORANDA TILL NEXT PUBLICATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 4 June 1864

MFM'MIAVíH Tit ! "il XT Í'IIIII lOATIOS, J I » 0 8 I 10 3d Moe*,-Now, Jnirt 4, (Iii, 02iu, p va,

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THE ELECTORAL BILL. TO THE EDITOR OF THE BRISBANE COURIER. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 4 June 1864

THE ELECTORAL BILL. TO HIE EDITOR OF TnE BRISBANE COURIER. Sin,-In your report of tho few remarks I mado upon tho aboyo mensuro last evening, there is ono portion xvhieh you xvill perhaps allow mo to oxjilain a little moro fully, us tho question is au important one. I refer to the method I proposed for preventing the secresy of Hie ballot being violated in tho country dis- tricts. My "iden is that, xihcn lhere is moro titan one polling place, all the ballot papers should be opened by the head returning ollicer only, and at ono time. The deputy returning officers should, when the poll closes, open tho bnllot box in Iho presence of tho scrutineers, count tho papers contained therein xvithout unfolding thom, do them up in a parcel, and address thom to the chief returning ollicer, stating on the out sido tho number of papers contained in the parcol. The poll clerk and scrutineers might nlso wi'lto their names on tho cover. As the sovcral parcels reached tho chief returning ofl'tccr, he ...

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VESSELS IN HARBOR.—JUNE 3. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 4 June 1864

VESSELS IN HARBOR.-JUNE 3. Ship Flying Cloud, 1139 tons, Captain H. C. Keen, loading for London. J. and G. Harris, agents. Ship Excelsior, 698 tons, Captain Barton,   from London, discharging cargo. Wienholt, Walker, and Co., agents. Ship Vernon, 891 tons, Captain Aldridge, from London, via Southampton, discharging cargo. J. and G. Harris, agents. Barque Salvia, 347 tons, Captain Horlock,   from London, discharging cargo. J. and G. Harris, agents. Barque Corinne, 400 tons, Captain Ochiltree, from London. Wienholt, Walker, and Co., agents. Barque, Feronia, Captain Sullivan, from Ade- laide. G. Raff and Co., agents. Brig, Callender, 136 tons, Captain Magee, from Melbourne. Brig Mary Grant, 150 tons, Captain Begent, from the River Don, Tasmania. Molison, Black, and Smith, agents. Schooner Eva, 31 tons, Captain'Tubbs, from Wide Bay. Captain, agent. Schooner Abbey, 90 tons, Captain Crockett, from Circular Head. G. Raff and Co., agents. Schooner Douglas, 93 tons,...

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CHIEF CONSTABLE BINDON'S CASE. TO THE EDITOR OF THE BRISBANE COURIER. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 4 June 1864

CHIEF CONSTABLE HINDON'S CASE. TO ME EDITOR Or TUE BRISBANE COT/RIER. ?3m,-AVill xou kmdh giant mo n space in x our journal m older to undttate ni) chaiactei fiom tho unfounded attack tlio Colonial &eue tar) made upon ino in tho House of A««embh hint night I lune ulwais heard Hit chniuctu he bore foi exaggeration, but little did I Hunk it ins tho ease I def) lum 01 am othei gentleman in the colon) fo sin nu)thing against ntl character Iho fuel t«, he has been milking a fool of me for tho last twehc months bl hold ing out faithful pi ounces to mc AN lth i eternice to tho stigma of msuboidmntion iittndicd to me hi the Honotable tlio Colonial '?ecutin whcicm he stated to tho lion o that Hindou hud had «evenl chances , that he was appointed to Peak Down«, but the bench theie dcinuncd , whereas, in fitct, I nevci went to Peak Downs Ag un ho tells the Hou=o Hint I recen ed a lcttei fiom the police mngistiate at Goxndah to go lo Hint plnce to get tlio appointment of ilncf con stabl...

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THE SYDNEY CRICKETERS. TO THE EDITOR OF THE BRISBANE COURIER. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 4 June 1864

THE SYDNEY CRICKETERS. TO THE EDITOR Or THE BM8BAXE C0UI1IE1Î. bin,-I cannot help expressing tho gtnlilira tion 1 retened, as an old inhabitant, on stung tho lepicseutatties of Iho gime fiom Suhle) on tho ctttktt held jcslcidit) moiniiig 'Ihoiigh not peiionnll) acquainted with them, I hiuo lenintd fiom othcis and through Hie new spnpeis in tunes past, that tho wtll to do inhabitants of Suhle) mid Melbourne lune ocuisiouull) eiitci tinned niau) of tlio phnets duung then umIs InSidnci, Ibchcic, Mi 1 & Aloit, Mi E Hool, Mi J Fan fut, and othei« Im o issued mi dations to (ho endeten fiom (he adjacent colonies on their ainval m Poit Jackson I lui o not heard xihethci mix of otu le tiling men hal o at present x cr tin ed to seek Iho acqtiain tinco of these cntcrpit«mg xisitois, though lam nifouned (hat fne oi six ol them mo identified with the lui ion« piofc«sion« mid mint hine ti noxious nmongst us AMicthn oi not Ido hopo that they will not letiiru to S ulm y di appointed in tins...

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IPSWICH POLICE COURT. TUESDAY, MAY 31. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 4 June 1864

IPSWICH POLICE COURT. Tuesday, May 31. JOHN PETTIGREW was summoned before Messrs. Leith Hay and Hutchinson for assault- ing Godfrey O'Rourke, on the 25th May.   Mr. Chubb appeared for the complainant, and Mr. Thompson for the defence. The complainant's case, as stated by his attorney and sworn to by himself was this :- He leased from Mr. Thorn a piece of land con- nected with the water-works at the Cottage of   Content. The defendant had put some timber upon it, but as it did not then cause any incon- venience to the complainant, he did not object   to it at the time. When however, he came to require it he told the defendant to have it re- moved, and he said "All right." On the day   above named O'Rourke had employed two men     to fence in the land, and as the timber had not been removed and was in their way, O Rourke directed them to lift some of it and   place it out of their road. While th...

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CORRESPONDENCE. MUNICIPALITIES DILL. TO THE EDITOR OF THE BRISBANE COURIER. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 4 June 1864

CORRESPONDENCE. MUNICIPALITIES DILL. 10 Ï1ÎE EDITOB OP THE I1IUSB UÎE COr/HIER. gjn,-Theio aro two s) stems of taxation which aro cquttnblo when tinned out withm tent) Tust-AVhen rtalised piopei ty is taxed tc°obtaiu ii rovenuo. Buch propel ty should bo re presented Second-AVhen tlio rtittiue is col fiulcd from tho pcoplo mdisciiiuinatcl) without lefeicuto td tile abihtj individually to paj lliúli manhood suilrago and population [i be tho bases of lcpicscntaaon should be adopted, and justice can be obtained only when each sjatcm is woikcd sopa ritelr 'Hiciefoie, tho lates collected m a liuuiicipnlity being it tai on pioperly tho distil billion of Tdtes should bo in piopoition lo tho tfiode I) lopiesentcd 'lítese being inj senti incuts I w as pleased to find Hutt the follow mg claude would be considoicd m committeo - "Eieiy such eloetoi shall bo entitled to i ote nccoidtng to tho following «calo (that is to sa}) if he be rated loi piopcity assc sed at a latcablo value of less than on...

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BRISBANE GAS SUPPLY. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 4 June 1864

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 4 June 1864

BIRTHS. BENNET.-On the 3rd June, at her residence, West Riding Hotel, the wife of Alexander Bennet, of twins, a boy and a girl, all doing well. BOOTH.-On the 2nd June, at her residence,   Edinburgh House, Queen-street, the wife of   Mr Ernest Hardwick Booth, of a son.

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 4 June 1864

ESTABLISHED 1857. P UGH ' S GENERAL PRINTING OFFICE, ' QUEEN-STREET, {Next the School of Arts), y BRISBANE. Publishing Office of tho Queensland Almanacs OLD BRISBANE STORE. JOSEPH HOGAN, Wholesale and Retail Drater, Gbooeb, and ironmonger, Stanley-street, Stanley Qtiny, South Brisbane. TURNER &, HIGGINSON, Custom House and Shifting Aoents, Brokers, Commission Agents, and Accountants, Quecn-strect, opposito Raffs AAHiarf. G. AV. M'KEAND, Auctioneer, Real Property & Pastobal Estate Agent. Sales Roora and Office: Queen-street, adjoining the Trea:>ury. AVILLIAM DOUGLASS, AVHOLE8ALE GROCER AND PROVISION MERCHAN *02 Bbig.-.eield Hill, GEORGE-STREET, SYDNEY. Colonial Produce of every description taken hi Exchange for Goods. 1S21 QUEENSLAND HORSE REPOSITORY LrvEBr, Bait, Ä. Commission Stables, Rear of the Sovereign Hotel, Queen-street, Brisbane. Saddle and Harness Horses, Dog-Carts, i.e., olwa) s on hand, for Sale or Hire. M'LENNAN & DUNCAN, 2S25 Auctioneers, A.c....

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 4 June 1864

LEISURE HOUR, AND. SUNDAY AT HOME, FOR 1SG3. JUST Received, a Largo Supply, ex Princo Consort, of IjlOlSURiü HOUR mid SUN- DAY AT HOME, IbrlSOa, besides hundreds of AVood-Culs, Iwclvo Colored Engravings. Tlieso aro Iho cheapest and best Books tor general rending published ¡ NOW ON SALE ni JAMES MILLAR'S, Booksellor, No. 2, Refugo Row, Quccn-slrcct. 4358 NEW AND POl'ULAR BOOKS. ALFORD'S Queen's English, Gs. Gd. ; Cnsscll's PopularJSducntor, complete, 30s. ¡ Mayhew'» Illustrated Horso Doctor, 23s. ; Ferguson's Modern Styles of Architect uro, £2 ; Muyes' Auslrnliiui Builders' Price Book, Gs. ; Kelly on the Arine, in Australia, its Cull ure Sec, j'Melville's Good for Nothing, 7s. (id; Rniikiii's Abstractor Medicine, new x ol, 7b. (id. ; Uoppus' Timber Measurer. 2s. (id. ; Ouinining's Destiny of Nufions, 0«. Gd. ; Dcuiunn on Hie A'iuo mid ils Fruit in relutlon to AVine, 12s. ; Rcudo's Snvngo Africa, 2Gs. ; CnssoU's French Dictionary, 11s. ; Thcrry's Thirly Years' Re- miniscences in Now S...

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COMMERCIAL. COURIER Office, Friday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 4 June 1864

COMMERCIAL.       COURIER Office, Friday Evening. OWING to the wet weather during the latter     part of the week business has been somewhat     interfered with, and the last three days have       been observed as half-holidays at the banks, in consequence of the Intercolonial Cricket Match.   Large orders for station supplies have been re- ceived by some of our firms but otherwise there   has been little to note. The flour market is   very quiet, and transactions are limited   by the high prices ruling. Yesterday   morning an advance ot £1 per ton was announced on a favorite Adelaide   brand ; and we are informed that some dealers     are holding their stocks for advanced rates. The barque Feronia, which arrived at the river   bar to-day, ...

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NEWS OF THE WEEK. FRIDAY EVENING. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 4 June 1864

NEWS OF THE WEEK. Friday Evesixg. Tur moat ímpoitant lojnt of the wuk is tho " Budget," which was d( lix ci cd bx the Colonial Ticisiutr, la«t evening As tompiiid with lus fii«t cllort, m the «etond-esMOn of 1SG3, the financial statement of this )eai was ci teilt iblc to Mt Alollutt, foi its di itue«s , the lion member haung studied to mukc himself understood b) the Asscinbh with the least possiblt tioublo to 111011130110'- On other giound«, compliment would bo out of place Ho did not show that lus expectation of i causing his estimates of lovenuc foi lSGoarowcll founded , \i hilo ho too well proved that tho colony is largely in debt, and that it is likcl) to bo considei ubi) moro so, from new loans, for the re paxincnt of w Inch no adequato piousion is made Iho l.lceloralBill, the ln«ohcnc) law Consolidation Bill, and Mi R Cubb's Mmnago Bill have been lead n«ciond time m the A«scmbh , but au attempt ol the Almisln to ndiance their li)brid Aluniupalitics Bill to the «arno stugo, wit...

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METEOROLOG1CAL OBSERVATIONS. FRIDAY, JUNE 3. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 4 June 1864

METEOROLOQ1CA L OBS li It VATIONS. FltlDAV, J DSU 3. Bitisiii-SF-9 ii ni Barometer (coireeled) 29G52, thormomclci (shade), 58 8, ditto (dry bulb), 18 O , dill o (wet bulb), 51 0, foi co of wind, 1 , dindum, S AV , extent of cloud, 9, wea tim, dull, liko nun (Pe> Elcctrw Telegraph ) AVind AM) Wfinn it- 9 am Lytton, S, and cloudy , Ipswich, W, and cloudy, Luidloi, W, and cloudy, Toowoomba, S W, and cloudy, Di ay ton, S W, and raining, AVai wick, calm and cloud) , Dalby, S , and dull SiDxrr - 9 n in Biuomotcr (loncetcd), 29853, thounomelcr (shudi), 57 ditto (du bulb) 55 1, ditto (wit bulb), 55 1, fono of und, 3, dircilion S S AV , extent ol cloud, IO, weulhir, nuning humlv

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

SHIPPING. ARRIVALS. JUNE 8.-Queensland, steamer, 500 tons Captain A. W. Curphey, from Rockhampton, via Gladstone and Maryborough. Passengers : Mr. and Mrs. Reid, Mrs. F. Rankin, Messrs. Allen, Braysher, E. M. Sayers, G. W. Roebuck, and thirty-six in the steerage. June 3.-Clarence, steamer, 500 tons, Cap- tain Cottier, from Rockhampton, via Mary- borough. Passengers : Mrs. Nealer and child, Mrs. Mills, Miss Gordon, Mr. and Mrs. Thomp- son and two children, Messrs. Alexander, Templeton, A. J. Nagel, Curtis, J. Graham, W. B. Lyttlehales, Farquharson, Hall, Lloyd, A. Brodziak, T. D. Walker, A. Archer, T. Bird, Rice, Palfreyman, Byerly, and fifty in the steerage. June 3.-Feronia, barque, Captain Sullivan, from Adelaide. G. Raff and Co., agents. Juno 3.-Callender, brig, 136 tons, Captain Magee, from Melbourne May 23. June 3.-Corinne, barque 400 tons, Captain Ochiltree, from London, Weinholt Walker, and Co., agents, IMPORTS. Queensland, from Rockhampton : 5 bales wool, Bright Brothers; 1 p...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 4 June 1864

Auction Sales. THIS DAY. At 11 o'clock. TTPWARD Se BOAVLES will sell by auction, \J on SATURDAY, Juno 4, at thoir Bazaar, Ann and Adelaide streets, Saddle and harness horses Heavy draught horses Dog carts, drays. Sec._ 5360 THIS DAY. SATURDAY'S REGULAR SALE, AT TATTERSALLS HORSE BARAAR. H. KENT will sell by auction, on SATURDAY, June 4, at 11 o'clock, 1 Pair of handsome Grey Mares, thoroughly . broken to singlo and doublo harness. 1 Side Saddlo Horse, a beautiful ehesuut 5 Heax'y draught Horses 12 Goodnight harness Horses Saddlo Horses, &c.. Terms-Cash. 5357 w. ABSTRACT OF SALES BY AUCTION, to be held by MARTIN Se DICKSON, at the City Auction Mart, during tho current week, commencing each day at 11 a.m. : SATURDAY Maize Oats Barley Potatoes Onions &c, Sec, Sec. 5142 THIS DAY. LARGE EMPTY PACKING CASES. AAlthout Reserve. MARTIN Se DICKSON will sell by auction, , at the City Auction Mart, on SATUR- DAY, Juno 4, nt 11 o'clock, 21 Largo Empty Packing Cases, in good sound...

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