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Shipping Intelligence. SAILED. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 17 July 1861

tnrippla* iMiemíre»«»-' SAILED. Jaw 16.-Cyclone, schooner, 89 tons, -«japtam. Heard, for the Richmond Uiver. No p« ssengers The Telegragh will leave for Svdney on Friday next, with the supplementary English Sinil. STEAMKBS FOB Irewiiu-Leaving the A. S. N. Co.'s wharf-the Ipswich, this morning, at 6 s'clock ; the Brisbane, to-morrow vnorniu g, at 6 o'clock The Cyclone, schooner, soiled from the Quarries, where Bhe had beon ballasting, ycsterdsiy after- noon. Lfrrox, July 16.-No arrivals. AVlud west.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
MAILS PER "NORTHAM." GENERAL POST OFFICE. Brisbane, 15th July, 1861. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 17 July 1861

MAILS PER "NORTHAM." GENERAL POST OFFICE. Brisbane, 15th July, 1861. THE Supplementory Mails per the P. and 0. S. N. Company's steamer "Northam" will bo ninde np at this Ollice, and despatched via Sydney per Telegraph, as under : For South Australia, Western Australia, Tas- mania, and Victoria, Indian Ports, and nil parts of Europe, except the United Kingdom, the mail will blose on FRIDAY, 19th instant, nt 2 p. m. for Ordinary Letters and Ne« snapers. Registered Letters for the abovc-nam ed places will not bo receivod after 1 p.m. The Mails for Sydney and the UniU.-d Kingdom only, will close at 3 p.m. for Ordinary Letters, and for Registered Letters at 2 p.m. The following mails will be despatched, viz. : To the United Kingdom, via Marseilles and via Southampton ; to France ; to the Northern Coun- tries ' of Eurone via Tri-este ; to Melbourne, Ade- laide, Tasmania, Western Australia, Mauritius, Alexandria, the Indian Ports, China, and the Cape of Good Hopo. Letters intended to be tr...

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ABTSRACT OF THE IMPORTS AND EXPORTS OF THE COLONY OF QUEENSLAND FOR THE HALF-YEAR ENDING 30TH JUNE, 1861. [COMPILED FROM THE BILLS OF ENTRY.] [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 17 July 1861

ABSTRACT OF THE IMPORTS AND EX- PORTS OF THE COLONY OF, QUEENS LAND FOR THE HALF-YEAR ENDING 30th JÜNE, 1861. . [COMPILED FROM THE BILLS OF ENTRY.] Tho following is tho Key to the initial letters and ab breviations used in'tlio returnai-O. «-.Great llrlUin; N S W, Now South Wales ; S. A. South Australia; Vic, Victoria ; aud 'fas., Tasmania : IsiFOKTS. £ Apparel, G. B., 5 packogos ... . 155 Apparel, N.S.W., 186 packages ... 1683 Arms and ammunition, G.B., 61 ,lJnoka?|* 2U Arras and ammunition, N.S.W., 1/J packages - ,J°' Acid, G.B., 2 packages . ...' .» Acid, N.S W., 25 pnokages ... 10} Alkali, N.S W., 2 packages ... e 4 Agricultural implements, G.B.,8 packages 50 Agricultural implements, N.S.W., .14 ? packages Arrowroot, N.S.W., 14 packages Anehori', N S.W., 9 Aerated waters, N S.W., 12 cases, Butter, N.S.W., 104 kegs Books, G.B., 14 packages Books, N.S.W., 110 packages Buoks, S. Ans., l8 packages Burley ( pearl), N.S.W., 72 casks Barley (seed), N.S.W., 102 bags Bacon and hams, G.B....

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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INTERNATIONAL EXHIBITION OF 1862. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 17 July 1861

INTERNATIONAL EXHIBITION OF 1862. IN making up our usual summary,'previous to the departure of the monthly mail for England, we cannot omit writing a few words relative to the coming Exhibition of the industrial products of all nations. At that great show of man's ingenuity and nature's bounty, we are expected, as a colony, to take our place in our productive capacity with the nations of the earth ; and' it is, therefore, with much pleasure we hear that there is every prospect of this young colony exhibiting herself in a laudable manner in these respects. By referring to our advertising columns, our readers will porceive that the Commissioners for the Queensland branch of the Exhibition have, in a very praiseworthy manner, offered prizes for the best samples of colonial products to be exhibited in this city on or about the 1st of October next, previous to their being transmitted to London. We feel sure it was hardly necessary that any inducement should thus be held out by the Commis...

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ELECTRIC TELEGRAPHS. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 17 July 1861

ELECTRIC TELEGRAPHS. WHEN WO last referred to tho progress that was being made in the olectrio telegraphs of tim colony, wo stated, as one of tho most im- portant items, that the sum of £22,000 had been placed on the estimates for tho erection of telegraphs to the Northern districts. Since then, however, tho _ proposition has boon dis- cussed by the legislative Assembly, und re- fused on tho grounds that they would tend to the encouragement of a centralising policy ofwhich.tho more remoto districts aro already becoming very jealous-that tho returns from thuin would not pay for the outlay, and that the money could be better spent in tho con- struction of roads and bridges for the more remote districts. Wo have consequently nothing to record beyond the progress made in the line to Lytton, at tho outrance of the River Bris- bane, and the intercolonial lino connecting Brisbane with the other Australian colonies of which that to Lytton has boen finished for somciwoeks. Though this lino m...

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CENSUS OF 1861. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 17 July 1861

CENSUS OF 1861. WE give below a few further particulars relative to the census of the population which has just been taken, and the details of which are now nearly complete. The Registrar-General-to whom, together with his subordinates, lasting credit must be rewarded for the extraordinary pains taken by them in making the compilation-is now, we believe, occupied in preparing his report, and it is probable that the whole of the tables will, ere long, be in the hands of the printer. We shall therefore be able, in our next Summary, to give more complete infor- mation on this subject. Meanwhile, we give below the division of the population into sexes. Town PORTION of POLICE DISTRICTS. District«. Male*. 1'ininli-s. Tota'. Allora. 32 23 55 Brisbane(North).... 1884 1585 3469 Ditto (South) . 381 367 748 Ditto (Fortitude Val- ley) . 668 678 1346 Ditto (Kangaroo Pt.) 251 247 498 Condamine . 82 42 32-1 Dalby. 210 207 417 Drayton. 37C 114 320 Gayndah . 26;; 140 40!) Gladstone. 122 !);! 215 Goo...

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AGRICULTURAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 17 July 1861

AGBÍCULTcJjlYL. IN commenting upon the agricultural opera- tions of the past month, one can hardly per- suade himself that tvo ave not in the very midst of our summer solstice, so mild and genial had been tho weather np to the present date ; and had we not been visited with those heavy thunder showers in Juno, and the tivo days' rain ¡lillie present month, those of our agrieultuiists experimentalizing in cotton growing would have had abundant cause for congratulation. However, with all these partial drawbacks, we think tvo may safely say that a finor winter has not been expe- rienced in those districts for many years. Our gardens and orchards aro already begin- ning to put on their spring garments, and the eyo of the observer is delighted with the blossoming peach, and other early bearing fruit trees. The busy husbandman has now plenty to engage the attention of all hands. The field, the garden, and the orchard, make incessant demands upon the industrial efforts of those engaged the...

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QUEENSLAND TIMBER. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 17 July 1861

QUEENSLAND TIMBER. THE report of Captain WAHD, R.E., the Deputy Master of the Royal Mini, at Syd- ney, on tbo timber of New South Wales and Queensland, and its elasticity and slronglh, IB a document the importance of which can- not be overrated. That wo should thus early in our history as a colon}', and while yet our timber is abundunt, be able tn speak with scientific accuracy as to its elasticity and strength, and its ndaptihilitios to the various purposes to which timbar may applied, is a boon for which, in the'first in stanoe» Queensland ja indebted to the auggea tion of Sir WILLIAM DENISON, and after, wards to the careful and complete manner in which Messis. Burmowcs and HILL collected and prepared the specimens which they forwarded to Sydney. There were thirty-eight specimens of Queensland timber transmitted by these gen tlemou,accompanied by the flower and ftuit, and a block-, of wood ' cut from the heart of each description of tree. This admitted ot slabs sufficient to show ...

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The Courier. WEDNESDAY, JULY 17, 1861. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 17 July 1861

WADNESnjl', JULY 17 1801. TUB past mouth lias Leon a busy one with our legislator«, and the too frequent accompaniments of haste, confusion, and diappointnient have not boen wanting. The Civil Service Bill has been thrown out; the Powers and Privileges Bill has been bo ¡unouded that its trainer can scarcely rccoguizo his offspring, and must, certainly regret a mutilation that has deprived the measure of all those qualities which, to him, were its peculiar merits. The Supreme Court Bill caused the flight of the Attorney-General from the Cabinet, although, with morning, cool repentance caine, and he returned to his accustomed seat. Mr. YALDWYN lias endeavouied to reform the Council, and Dr. HOBBS-whilom a liberal amongst the liberals-opposed him, although with tho little success that such opposition deserved ; while the resolutions affirming the piopriety and desirability of annexing the Clarence and llio'.imond River, terri- tory to this colony, were adopted by tho Ab&cinbly,...

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THE QUARTER'S REVENUE. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 17 July 1861

THE QUARTER'S »REVENUE. TUB comparative statement of the reve- nue for the second quarter of tho present year with the same period of I860, which we published in our issue of Tuesday last, discloses a very healthy, but by no means an unlooked-for increase to our public resources. The influx ol' both population and capital for tho twelve months precéJ n¡ the issue of the statement, must have pre- pared every one to expect the present, or eveu n greater accession to our ways aud menus. The statement is specially satisfactory in supplying farther evidence that the Treasurer lias not over-estimated our capabilities of meeting both the estimates and supplementary estimates for 1861, by the leveuuc accruing during the year. Indeed, the comparison in most items of tho statement aro tnoie just and ieli uble than those of the previous quarter ; aud, should the proportion of increase bo maintained throughout the remaindor of the year, tho revcuue will fall little short of a quailor of a milli...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 17 July 1861

Steam to Sydney. THE TELEGRAPH, from the A. S K. Oo.'s New Wharf, on FRIDAY next, 19th inst. GEO. D. WEBB, Agent. NOTICE. £10 REWARD. STOLEN or STRAYED from Mocan, Weir River, near ¿Mandoon, I tarling Downs Dix Ifiot, a »ay HI>R>4E, branded H M near «boulder, and »addle niarUed on near side. Tho above re- ward, will be paid, if stolen, on conviction, and £5 if strayed on delivery to Charles Weatberall or Jacob and A'. Low, Weltown.naar Calandoon: supposed to be taken towards the Balloon Uiver. r CHARLES WEATHEtULL, ¡Stockman« Weltown, 10th June, 1861. FAIRFIELD HOUSE, GEORGE-STREET, NORTH BR1SBA7.ÍE. JOHNM'CABE, formerly of (bo Commercial Hotel, FoutU Brisbmie, havfog; opened,the< above bouse for Public Accommodation, hwibly hopes that his Wendi, Loth in town and aoi'mtn, will favor bim with (at least) a portion 0 Jtbo patronage they formerly so liberally acoe.rded to bim. J. M*C. pledges himself to have alwr.yg on hand Wine», Spirits, Maitland Conliala 'of tho best...

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COMMERCIAL SUMMARY. TUESDAY EVENING. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 17 July 1861

COMMERCIAL SUMMARY. TCE3DAY EVENING. ¡s IN another part of our present summary will bo found the official statement of the Con- solidated Revcrt.io for the quarter ended 30th June ; also, a list of the imports and exports of the colony for the first half of tho present yoar, From the lut it appears that the imports for that period were valued, at ' £327,079, and the exports at £290,1S8. "¿hero are, however, several items of oxports that do not pass through the Customs, and others shipped in .luna that ha.vo not yet boen cleared. With these added, the balauco would he in favor of exports, as will be seen by the following statement : , _ .. Exports passed through Customs £290,188 4~%¿s'* °f sheep and cattle, ffi^" - overland . 50,000 jfä* |f coals consumed in steamers . C00O " cargo of Bessie, uot cleared. ' 85,000 t* Total c:;ports . £380,188 *" Imports from Jan. 1 to June SO 327,079 Balanco in favor of exports £53,109 |?^"Wn The Customs Rovonuo collected in tho , _\ ' icolony of Que...

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Summary FOR ENGLAND PER "NORTHAM." POLITICAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 17 July 1861

j&ttmmarg FOE ENGLAND PEE "NORTHAM.'' POLITICAL. Ai/rnocTGii it rloes not fall to our lot to chronicle the occurrence of one of those episodes so frequent in the political hiitory of other colonies-a " ministerial crisis," we have, nevertheless, to speak of a minis- terial defeat and a ministerial résignation. Not that our whole triumvirate took huff at thoir discomfiture, and resigned as a body, ; it was not quite so bad as all that; nor liad the defeat; and the resignation anything to . do with each other, as the uninformed rendel .i might suppose at first hearing. The v '- repulse to which tve refer was the defeat ol '' the ministerial party on the Civil Service , Bill, to which ive have referred in our rpi i tome of parliamentary proceedings. This hill purported to be for the organization of the Civil Service of the colony, and was very nearly a transcript of one which had created, no small amount of hubbub in the legisla- ture of Victoria The measure passed ils second r...

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PUBLIC WORKS AND IMPROVEMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 17 July 1861

PUBLIC WORKS AND IMPROVEMENTS. SINCÍ) our last summary there have boon scarcely any now public works of impm-tancu undertaken, but .those previously initiated ,hnvo progressed vigorously, and so vend have been coinpletud. Among tlioso under tho direction of the Colonial Architect's department, wo may mention thu conrr.-hoiiRo at .Itoclcbamptuii, and the custom-house, Maryborough, both of which buildings aro showing signsof a speedy completion. The brick walls in both cases have been erected, to about half theil-intundod height, and as a matter of course, tho other portions of the work aro in a correspondingly forward state. Tho court-honso and watnh 'louso at Gayndah, which aro also brick build- ings of a neat and useful character, aro the verge of completion. Bricks being made, moreover, for a court house at Toowoomba, a lock-up at War .vick, and a watch-bouse at Leyburn. Te-n dors aro also called for a telegraph station md post office at Ipswich, and plans aro in preparation for a...

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METEOROLOGICAL OBSERVATIONS AND HEALTH OF BRISBANE, FOR JUNE, 1861. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 17 July 1861

METEOROLOGICAL OBSERVATIONS and HEALTH OF BRISBANE, FOR JUNE, 1861.   Maximum. Jfím'niuiit. Mean. Thcrmomotcr [ í ".»>. 2o s . «. . 60-:¡ (»lindo) K I'-"1. M'» . <».<! . 117-S ".,;", , J»P.ni. WO . 47-8 . (¡D'S puto (maximum alindo)... 7K' . 01-4 . 71-1 Ditto (mínimum alindo) ... ¡S7'i . 41- . 00-3 Ou (minimum ou grn*a)...fi6' . 38 2 . 48' Ditto (maximum sun- 1 ,",,. ,, solar radiation) J 1008 . ol' . S9 Haroinclcr(No.ofliicltc3 I 0 a.m. 30'240...20M1 .. 80-035 reduced to 32 deo,. >3 p.m 30-lC5...20-72ß ... 2UÍI-17 l-nhreiilieli.) J 0 p.m. 30'232...20'75l> ... 30007 Mean portion uf tho nky I a n.m. -05 uliicured [1 rcpre-klp.m. -67 «mtatlioirligloalcr.] j » l'.m.. '52 Mean iiresauru of v.i-)0n.m. -403 pour In inches of kip m. -454 Mercury. J o ,,,,".... .4M Hean humidity Mura-1 S"'"1. 80° ration lüüó.l f3!''"1. ßus J J0p.ni. 935 NOTE.-l|,o solar radiation and minimum ou erasa tliormiimotcra aro protected from tlio wind by ii frame »nr roun...

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LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. TUESDAY, JULY 16. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 17 July 1861

LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. TUESDAY, JULY 16. The SriîAKcn took the chair at a quartor past three. DESPATCH. The COLONIAL SECRETARY laid upon the tahlo a despatch fiom the Socrotaiy of State for the Colonies lolatiyo to the intro- duction of Asiatic labor into the colony of Queensland, which ho moved should bo printed. Carried. CHAIRMAN OF COMMITTEES. On the motion of tho COLONIAL SEC- RETARY, Mr. Moffatt was appointed to act as Chairman ol' Committees during tho ab- sence of Mr. Bhikeuoy. " FORTITUDE" AND " OHASELEY" IMMIGRANTS. Mr. R. CRIBB, pursuant to notice, moved -" (1.) That a select committee bo appointed to talco into consideration- the merits and allegations contained in a petition from cer- tain emigrants by the ships Fortitude and Chnseley, presented to this house on the 2Gth day of June, 1861. (2.) That such committee consist of the following members :-Messrs. Macalister, Watts, Raff, Richards, and the mover." Ile would amend this motion, ho said, by giving the committee powe...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 17 July 1861

BIRTHS, MARRIAGES, AND DEATHS. BIRTHS. BOOTH.—On the 24th June, at her residence, Queen-street, Brisbane, the wife of Mr. E. H. Booth, of a son. BLAINE.—On the 5th instant, at her residence,   East-street, Ipswich, Mrs. J. Blaine, of a son. CRACKNELL.—On the 13th June, at her resi- dence, Ipswich, Mrs. W. Cracknell, of a daughter. CAMERON.—On the 2nd June, at Warrell, Mrs. M. C. Cameron, of twin sons. CONWAY.—On the 13th June at Ipswich, Mrs. James Conway, of a daughter. DEUCHAR.—At Glengallan, Darling Downs, on the 17th June, the wife of John Deuchar, Esq., of a son. KABLE.—On the 9th June, at Redbank, Mrs. William J. Kable, of a daughter. KINGSFORD.—At North Brisbane, on June 22nd, Mrs R. A. Kingsford, of a daughter. MURPHY.—On the 19th June, Mrs. John Murphy, of a daughter. McDONALD.—At Lytton, on the 20th June, Mrs. McDonald, of a daughter. O'ROURKE.At the South Brisbane Hotel,   South Brisbane, on the 7th July, Mrs. John O'Rourke, of a son. SCOTT.—At S...

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EVENTS OF THE MONTH. From June 15th to June 21st. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 17 July 1861

EVENTS OF THE MONTH. From Juno loth to Juno 21st. .ulum «niño lotn to duno aist. A MOTION has boon introduced into tho Legisla- tivo Assombly, by Mr. Robert Cribb, proposing that a sum not exceeding X300 should bo placed upon the supploniontiiry ost¡mates, by way ot pension to Captain Wickham, as com- pensation for the loss of office as Government Jtesidont, consequent upon tho erection of ?viiiounsland into a separate colony. Wo pre sumo that this motion was suggested to tho non. mombor by the potition presented to tho Momo Government-and referred to this colony somo short timo sínco hy tho Duke of Wowcastlo. In this potition Captain Wick- ham urges claims upon tho Jlonio Govern, mont for a pension in consoriuenco ol' his naving, attor eighteon years' sorvico, beon -loprivotl of his oflloo by tho orootion ol' ?.¿ueonsland into a separate colony, when he was "reluctantly compcllod" to douline tho omeo of Ireasurer to the Queensland govern- ment trotn his inability to moot tho expona...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 17 July 1861

WAN'IEI) n HOU&i-KfcKPhU ; also a HOUSEMAID. AUTHUR MARTIN, Auctioneer. "\CrANTEDar"sfioüg active LAD, to driven t V Baker's Cart. ? Apply to AMOS GLOVËB, Geoigd-street, i i i * ANTED ii PORTER to make limm-lt genii- i >* , fully uteiul. Apply to R. DAVIDSON,*] auctioneer. ^ ' ' W'ANilhD a S'l'id lilSNKKAL. BUKVANT .Apply to Mrs. BLAKENfc/Y, id wurdi street. OTANTFD by a Re-moctable Man and his Wife, W without family, a SUUATION. Applj to G. B F, oflioe of this paper. i W' ANTED a Peínala GENERAL SEr.VANT. Apply to Mrs. GEORGE O' BlllEN, Queen street, ¡ - > < WANTED a Young Man to drive a Bakers' Cart. Apply to W. KEATING, Creek- street, opposite National School.     w WAN riîl), for a Lady, a Fut-ninhed Bed- room and board tilth a respectable private family, in town or the immediate ueinity. Ad .Iress M. fi.,'Post OlhVe. ' ' AN 11 Da «te idy pel son to drlte tw» cow-,, nilli cultes, from Brisbane to Bundamba, near I|8wioh, and to r...

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WEDNESDAY, JULY 17TH. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 18 July 1861

Wednesday, July 17th. [Tho arrival of tho English Mail compels us to postpone tho publication of yesterdays pro- ceedings, but wo give below an epitome of the transactions of both houses.] In tho Legislative Council fourteen days leave of absenco was granted to Messrs. White and Massie; the Fencing Bill was passed through committee; the Revenue and Audit Bill was, upon rc commitment, thrown out altogether by a majority ol' 7 to 6; Sovcrnl olnusos ol' tho Real Property Bill wero agreed to in committoc, mid some other business of minor importance wus transacted. In the Legislative Assembly, tho Colonial Treasurer, us Chairman, brought up tho re- port of tho select committeo upon tho orga- nisation of tho Nntivo Police, and notified that ho should move tho adoption of tho re- port on Wednesday next.?Several questions wore ropliud to; tho Benevolent Asylum Wards' Bill was read a second time; and tho Medical nnd Municipalities' Act Amendment Bill wore oachreuda socondtimo. Hauy ol'tho am...

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