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The Courier. PUBLISHED DAILY. MONDAY, JUNE 6, 1864 [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 6 June 1864
WUt Courier* 1> CRUSHED DAILY. MOXDAJ', JUNE G, 18G1. No cm nest men can be satisfied with the proceedings of the Assembly in lefci encc to the motion of Mr. Guoom, for a giant in aul of Hie Royal Agnciiltui.il So- ciety of Queensland As our leadcis nie uwiuo, the hourn able member foi Di.iytou mid Toowoomba asked foi n motlesl I'lOO, to be dtstiibutcd in pn/es lor ceitiim pio duetions ol lh.it launel! legion, the Jai- ling Downs, exhibited at the mumal fellow s oí the sooitly « -ISohuou the adnntted it elusive character of the association and the determination of its friends to restrict the advantages accruing from its exhibitions to one particular locality-*-objections which we indicated last week-the interest which otherwise would have attached to the motion was withheld, and it was set aside in favor of a somewhat loosely-worded proposition by Mr. Piren, that JE500 be granted for premiums for " agricultural " produce grown in the colony of Queens " land and exhibited at the l...
SHIPPING. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 6 June 1864
SHIPPING. ARRIVALS. JUNE 4.-Yarra Yarra, steamer, 650 tons, Captain W. Milman, from Sydney the 31st May. Passengers: Mr. and Mrs. Hoghton, Messrs. Hutton, J. C. Foote, H. Fagan, J. Thompson, D. Gunn, J. Piper, Capt. Burns, Rev. E. Griffiths, and 50 in the steerage. June 4.-Vixen, schooner, 120 tons, Captain Lucey, returned to port. CLEARANCES. June 4.-Abbey, schooner, 90 tons, Captain Crockett, for Newcastle, in ballast. Passengers : Two in the steerage. June 4.-Douglas, schooner, 93 tons, Captain G. Stewart, for the Richmond River, in ballast. IMPORTS. Feronia, from Adelaide : 2680 bags 779 half- bags flour, 1169 bags bran, 265 bags pollard, 30 bales hay, G. Raff and Co. Yarra Yarra, from Sydney : 5 hogsheads ale, H. O'Reilly ; 3 trunks boots, Bell and Love ; 5 rolls leather, 6 packages, Butler Brothers ; 1 case, Green ; 2 cases plants, W. Hill ; 1 case stationery, 1 box specie (£500), Bank of Queensland; 1 case picks, 1 pair bellows, 2 bundles shovels, 79 bars iron, 2 packages, Pe...
Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 6 June 1864
FOB IPSWICH. 1HE SETTLER on TUESDAY, (TO-MORROW), the 7th instant, «TTl a.m. " P. W. JACKSON, 5403 Muster. "QUEENSLAND STEAM NAVIGATION * COMPANY. THE MAIL STEAMER QUEENS- LAND, will leave for MARY- BOROUGH, GLADSTONE, mid ROCK- HAMPTON, on TUESDAY, Juno 7, nt half past 9 o'clock p.m. 58 JOHN STEPHENS, Secretary. AUSTRALASIAN STEAM NAVI- GATION COMPANY. STEAM TO SYDNEY. - The YARRA YARRA, This Day, MONDAY, June 6, 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 advance in rates. Cargo received at the Company's Wharf for the above ports. TO IPSWICH Tho IPSWICH, This Day MONDAY, Juno 6, at 9'30 a.m. The BRISBANE, on TUESDAY, June 7, at 10 a.m. Tho IPSWICH, on WEDNESDAY, Juno 8, at 1030a.m. The BRISBANE, on THURSDAY, June 9, at 11 a.m. The IPSWICH, on FRIDAY, Juno 10, at 12 noon. Tho BRISBANE, on SATURDAY, June 11, at 12 noon. HENRY O'REILLY, Agent. A.S.N. Company's Offices, Brisbane. ...
THE CORINNE. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 6 June 1864
THE CORINNE. The barque Corinne, Captain Ochiltree, left London on the 18th February and arrived off Moreton Bay on the 31st May, having made the run in 103 days from pilot to pilot station. During the passage she experienced light winds and fine weather until her arrival in 45 degrees south latitude, and longitude 79 degrees east, where, on the 9th May, she encountered a very severe gale from the south-east, which compelled the vessel to heave-to. While laid-to during this gale a heavy sea struck the ship and carried away a portion of the bulwarks and rails, and also washed a number of small articles off the deck. For the rest of the run she had strong south- east winds with heavy rolling seas. She reports having spoken the ship Hindostan from London for Sydney, in latitude 11 deg.-48 min. south, and longitude 31 deg. 21 min. west, 30 days out, with twenty-two passengers on board, and all well. Also, the schooner Era, from Swansea to Teneriffe, while off the Canary Islands. The Cor...
NEW SOUTH WALES. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 6 June 1864
NEW SOUTH WALES. &nbsp; BY the Yarra Yarra steamer, we have re- ceived files to May 31. The news contained in &nbsp; the papers is of little importance. We take &nbsp; &nbsp; from them the following :- FUNERAL OF THE VERY REVEREND ARCHPRIEST THERRY. (Abridged from the Empire of May 30.) On Thursday last it became our painful duty to record the death of the above venerable clergyman of the Catholic Church. We have &nbsp; now the mournful task to lay before our readers &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; an account of the funeral obsequies which took place from the time of the reverend father's &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; decease until his interment on Saturday last. &nbsp; On Wednesday evening the mortal remains of the esteemed clergyman was conveyed to the Balmain Church, where it remained until the following day. At 5 o'clock in the afternoon, &nbsp; &nbsp; the body was removed to the Cathedra...
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 6 June 1864
MARRIAGE. &nbsp; TREGURTHA—WEETMAN.—On the 1st June, at the Church of St. John the Evangelist, Bris- bane, by the Rev. John Tomlinson, M.A., Ed- ward Primrose, eldest son of Captain E. P. Tregurtha, late H.E.I.C.S., of Launceston, Tasmania, to Mary, second daughter of Carter Thomas Weetman, Esq., of the same place. No cards.
NEW ZEALAND. NOTES FROM THE SEAT OF WAR. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 7 June 1864
NEW ZEALAND. NOTES FROM THE SEAT OF WAR. RUMOR says (hat Sir Ocoigo Gioy has io coned fioin homo a prolly «liongly oxpiessed hin! ns to Iho advisability of loiitludmg pcuto, if it wtio m any dcgito piailitable Alluding to Uns íoport, tho New Zealandci lomaiks-"Ptaco or othti vv iso, ns Iho pin tits mtucatcd may bo inclined, Genual Camelon has felt it to bo his duly lo follow up tho io treating foo m old ti lo asioilam tho natuio of Iho next position that may be taken " On tht 12th instant, the OSth legnnenl, ulong with tht Ooloniul Dtltnco Coi ps, loft I am unga in search of tho enemy 'Hie foi to is 10U0 stiong , I hoy slaitcd at duybiciik and wcio ac tonipnnitd by Clouoiul Camelon and his stall Nothing is definitely known (says tho New Zealandei) ns to then distillation, but it is gtntinlly thought that To Puna is tho spot whtie tho next ti nil of stitugth with the lebtia will bo nude 'iho same papci says -"It is curicnlly io poiltd, upon good uulhoiitv, (hat nuiiibcis of what havo...
CENTRAL POLICE COURT. MONDAY, JUNE 6. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 7 June 1864
CENTRAL POLICE COURT MONDAY JUNE 6. BEFORE the Police Magistrate. DRUNKARDS,-Richard Wright and Michael S. Gill, brought up for drunkenness, were discharged. William H. Collard, Robert Stewart, Thomas Clafton, and David Thompson were severally fined 10s. each for being intoxicated. Isaac Cinamon and Hugh Lamph, for drunken- ness and disorderly conduct, were sentenced to pay 20s., or 48 hours in the cells. John Houri- gan, for similar conduct, coupled with the use of obscene language in the streets,was fine 20s. with 2s 6d costs, or 48 hours in gaol.-Margt Walsh, Margaret Lenehan, and &nbsp; &nbsp; Sarah Jones, three notoriously bad characters, &nbsp; were sent to gaol ; the first mentioned for three monts, the two last named for one month each.-Harriett Fox was brought up for drun- &nbsp; &nbsp; kenness, but as she appeared to be of unsound mind she was remanded to medical evidence
METEOROLOGICAL OBSERVATIONS. MONDAY, JUNE 6. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 7 June 1864
METEOROLÓGICA L OBSEHVATIONS. MONDAY, JUNE G. BRISIUM*-9 a m Bniometci (corrected) 29 9S2, thciiuomcru (slunk), GI 1 , ditto (di j bulb), C1 8, ihtto (wet bulb), 59 5 , force of wind, 1, dircctton, S W , extent of cloud, 0, weutlici, fine fl'ci Electric Telegraph ) Wrsn AND WIVIHIH-9 am Lytton, calm and (ino, Ipsw ith, c dm and fine, laullit, calm and lint, 'loonooinbn, calm and fino, Drayton, W by S and fuit , Wai wuk, uilm and niisU , D ilb\, S \V , and Uno
INTERCOLONIAL CRICKET MATCH. THIRD DAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 7 June 1864
INTERCOLONIAL CRICKET MATCH. THIRD DAY. THE weather yesterday pleasingly contrasten with that experienced during tho two previous days, ami tho ground, although not nearly so good as might be wished, was very much better, almost moro so than was anticipated. It was rather too soft, however, about tho wickols, and when an inlorval took place in tho game that fact WU3 very apparent from tho number of large and deep denis mudo by tho batsmen in the vicinity ol' tho popping crease. The num- ber of spectators was considerably largor Ihnii on either of Iho previous days, and towards the afternoon tho space between the ropos and the lenco, parallel lo Iho wickols on both sides, was filled by an asqcmblngo of both soxes, tho ladies evidently having taken advantage of Iho im- proved »tuto of Hie weather to grace tho ground with their presence His Excellency tho Gover- nor did not appear on tho ground, having started curly in tho day for Ipswich; but be- tween (bree and four o'clock in the af...
CORRESPONDENCE. CHIEF CONSTABLE BINDON'S CASE. TO THE EDITOR OF THE BRISBANE COURIER. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 7 June 1864
CORRESPONDENCE. ii."" -»- Colo CJIIEF CONSTABLE BINDON'S CASE. TO THE EDITOR OF THE BRISn.lNE COURIER. lo pi fill k tions Sin,-In my letter lo you of the 3rd instant I solicited permission, through tlio medium of your journal, to lay my caso boforo tho public. I will not insert aught in malice, and w ill bo as brief as possible On tho 19th October, 1SG2, his Excellency the Governor visited Gladstone, on which occa- sion he ordered tho bench of magistrates to inquire into tho circumstance of my not appear- ing in uniform, which I had not at tho time. This inquiry was caused at the instance of the fulso misrepresentation of Mr. Hilliard, tho AVater Polico Magistrate of that place, who openly declared he would never rest ou3y day or night until ho got mc dismissed from ollice, which ho succeeded in doing, not for insubordi- nation or insolence, ns alleged by (he Honorable the Colonial Secretary, as staled by him in tho Assembly, as that was the first t ¡mo I heard thal there wcro such ...
NAVIGATION OF THE RIVER FITZROY. REPORT from H. T. Plows, Esq., Engineer of Roads, Northern Districts, Relative to the Existing Obstructions.—Laid upon the Table by Command, and ordered by the Legislative [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 7 June 1864
NAVIGATION OF TEE HIVES, FITZROY. REPORT from H. T. Plows, Esq., Engineer of Roads, Northern Districts, Relativo to the Existing Obstructions.-Laid upon the Tablo by Command, and ordered by the Legislativ» Assembly to bo printed, April 28, 1SG-1. Office of Engineer of Roads, N.D., Rockhampton, January 27, 1861. SIR,-With reference to the Bhoals in tho Fitzroy River, and moro particulaily to that known as the Upper Flats, and the obstructions to shipping arisuig therefiom, lefcried to m tho letter from tho Mauagci of the Australasian Steam Navigation Company, of the 21sl ultimo, to tho honorable the Colonial Sccietaiy, I have the honoi to transmit you the following lcpoit and sketch I have caiefully examined tho rivei at the Upper rials, and havo taken, ns well as I could with tho apparatus nt my d13 posai, borings of tho bed of tho nvei mid of the shoals, with a new to tisceitnui whothei the shnllowmg of the shearn and tho forming of tho Bhoals have been tho result of pim ml deposit...
THE BRISBANE GAS COMPANY. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 7 June 1864
TEE BRISBANE GAS COMPANY. W THE following aro copies of correspondence ?* that passed between the Solicitor and Directors \ of the Brisbane Gas Company, aud theSecro tary for Lands and Works, lclativc to the lease and subsequent purchase of a poition of land within the city boundaries The documents were laid on tho tablo of tho legislativo Assembly a few evenings ago, on the motion of Mr R R Mackenzie The first letter was from Mr G Edmoud stone, the chairman of tho Provisional Com mitteo of the Gas Company to the Colonial Secretary, applying for a grant of ground foi the purpose of erecting gas works That letter has already been published Next follows one from THE SURVEYOR GÊNERAI, TO THE COLOMAI. SECRETARY "Suivcyor Generals Office, "Bnsbane, Novombei 10,1SG3 ?Sn,-I have the honor to acknowledge the receipt of your B C lettei of the 2nd mstnnt, refining to un application by tht propostd Gas Company for a grant of portion ol the i csei v o foi doeky ards m Hit city of Bl lsbnnc, as ...
SHIP MAILS. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 7 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, this day (Tuesday), as under : For registered letters, at 5 p.m. ; and for other letters and newspapers, at 8 p.m.
PETTY DEBTS COURT. MONDAY, JUNE 6. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 7 June 1864
PETTY DEBTS COURT. &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; MONDAY, JUNE 6. BEFORE the Police Magistrate. Fell v. Paine.-Action for £6 10s., for thirteen days work and labor done. Verdict for plaintiff. &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; Winterford v Gallagher.-Action for £9 15s. &nbsp; for damage sustained by complainant's cab by &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; defendant's horse running against it. Verdict for plaintiff for the amount claimed. &nbsp; Hill v. Hill. Action for 9s, for rent of a cottage for one week. The defendant stated that when he took the house he paid one week's rent in advance and therefore did not owe the money. verdict for plaintiff. Redd v. Woodward-Action for £8 13s 7½d., for work and labor done, and material supplied &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; to defendant. Nonsuited, through an infor- mality in the plaint. Wiseman v. Murphy.-Action for £5 for com- &...
Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 7 June 1864
Auction Sales. THIS DAY. Di THE INSOLVENT ESTATE OF K, J. MORRISSEY, of Warwick, Newspaper Proprietor. ROBERT DAVIDSON has received instruc- tions from the Official Assignee to sell by public auction, at his Rooms, on TUESDAY, 'June 7, at 12 o'clock, The whole of the PLANT of the Warnie* Mail newspaper. Further particulars may be obtained on ap- plication to AV. H. BROWN, Auctioneer Warwick j or to R. DAVIDSON, Brisbane. THURSDAY, JUNE 0. TO IRONMONGERS, STOREKEEPERS, AND OTHERS. EOBERT DAVIDSON has received instruc- tions from the Importers, to soil by public auction, at his Rooms, on THURSDAY, Juue 9, at 12 o'clock, A quantity of Ironmongery and Tools, with- out reserve, to close a consignment, viz. 1 Cask 100 pair assorted Leader Haines 1 do. stccl-pollcd Axes, assorted Nos. 1 Case 1} in. iron Axlo Pulleys 3 Cases 5 and 7 in. Rim Locks 1 Cask House Adzes, Nos. 2 and 3 1 do. bronzed do., Sorby's, assorted 1 do. Bullock and Horse Bells, do. 1 do., about 50 doz., Japanned T Hinge«, ...
Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 7 June 1864
0> N SALE AT THE STORES OF THE UNDERSIGNED. Ewbnnk's Pulcnt Nails and Wiro Nuils Potter's Paper Hangings Porcolnin, Bohemian, and Dresden China Vases Firo and Thief Proof Safes (Tumi's) Double mid Single-barrel Guns Billian! Cues Metal and Bloek-lin Dish Covers Cnsh Boxes 11 air Brooms and Brushes Hair, Tooth, and Nail Brushes Combs of all kinds Horso Brushes Chimney Looking-glasses Dressing Glasses 1 land and '/Ana Mirrors Walker's mid Elcy's Percussion Caps Tin and Iron Tucks Mcorchaum and other Pipes School Hooks Stationery Ledger and Day Books Cash and Momo. Books Shot, and Powder Bolts and Flasks Metal Mustards, Sails, mid Peppers Tea and Coll'co Pots Iron Ten Trays and Waiters Cricketing Paraphernalia Elect ro Spoons and Forks German Silver ditto dillo Tnblo und Pocket Cutlery Singlo und Double Iron Bedsteads Castrating and Sportsman's Knives Lctchford s Wux A'cstus Downey and Cousins' Kerosene Oil Enamelled Valises G. S. Spurs, Bridles Girths und Saddle-cloths Hogskin Sadd...