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ENGLISH MARKETS. LONDON WOOL REPORT.—,MAY, 1861. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 18 July 1861

ENGLISH MARKETS. Losnos Woob Repurt.?May, 1861. Notwithstanding tho extreme quietude in our market since the March sales, and tho general complaints from the manufacturing'districts of the tininess of trade, the attendance ..of buyers, both home and foreign, lins been a full average, and prices opened fully equal to the closing rates of tho last sales, except on faulty parcels, which were a trifle in favour of buyers. It is an exceedingly gratifying feature in our trade, that complications abroad seem to influence but slightly the general course of woollen produc- tions, and that when so important a market as America may for the present- be considered closed to our pilliinotions, yet that the raw muteriiil should continue, to timi ready buyers at rates which may be considered high. No doubt the large operations of continental buyers has most inateri-., ally supported our market, for it is quite evide ,,( from the general tone of our home buyers' opr,ril? lions, that a considerable c...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
SYDNEY MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 18 July 1861

SYDNEY MARK.BT3. By the Telegraph tye hove advices to the 15th instant. The 'Herald'reports: Very little business doing during the week, buyers holding off for full ndvices by niall. Few alterations in prices; Flour: very dull.-quotations; reduced £1 per ton. Geneva has declined; large shipments made to Sydney anti Melbourne: price,'14s. Od. to 15s. Teas:'Congou quoted nt £5 5s. to £7 7s. per chest; unsaleable nt this figure nt auction. Sugars not so firm. Tho prizes'for Mauritius, ex Tasmania, ranged from £36 15s. lo £41 15s. Coffee, candles, rice, and' oilmen's stores linn nt former quotations. ' , Course salt- lins been sold to arrive at £8 5s.; holders are asking £9 to £10. Fine salt £7 per ton. ? . . ¦ ..-?'¦ ?''¦¦' Toliho'io has revived, tho English -advices show an od vance of 25 per cent., ami Melbourne accounts give an advance of 4d. on prime brands. ' A tele- gram from London via .Malta, states that tobacco has advanced 30 per cont, in America., Produce Market.?/The weekly...

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LATEST INTELLIGENCE. [BY TELEGRAM] (From 9th to 13th July.) MELBOURNE. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 18 July 1861

LATEST INTaLLIGSISCB. [by telegram] (From 9th to 13th-July.) MELBOURNE. Professor Neumayer accompanies tho Vic- toria steamship to the Gulf of Carpentaria to take command of the land party. Tho other party is arranged to start from Rockhampton under tho charge of Mr. Frederick Walker, if he is; willing to acodrgpniiy them. Every other object is to'bo second, to tho search for Mr. Burke and his companions. Telegrams from Adelaide report thc arrival there of Mr, Wright of tho cxploting expedition. Ho is expected in Melbourne on Saturday. The Exploring Committee passed a votcof thanks to tho A.S. N. Company for thc assis- tance afforded. Tho dissolution of tho Victorian Legislative Assembly has been gazetted. Thc sale of sugars from tho Mauritius brought high rates. Low to good yellows, £U 10s. to £1510s. Fine brown, £12 los. At a special meeting of thc Suburban and Molbourne Railway Company to consider its financial position, ono of tho directors suggested that it would bo bettor to p...

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MAILS PER " NORTHAM." GENERAL POST OFFICE. Brisbane, 15th July, 1861. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 18 July 1861

5 MAILS PER " NORTHAM." GENERAL-POST OFFICB. ' Brisbane, 15th July, 1861. THE Supplementary Malls per the P. and 0. S. N. Company's steamer "Northam" will be made np nt this Olilee, onrl 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 close on FRIDAY,' 19th instant, at 2 p.m. for Ordinary Iiettei-s and Newspapers. Registered hatters for the above-named places will not bri received after 1 p.m. The Mulls for Sydney and the United JCingdom only, will close at 3 p.m. for Ordinary Letters, mid for'fJegistered.Letters nt 2 p.m. Tho following mails will 1)2 despatched, viz.:? To the United Kingdom, via Marseilles and via .Southampton; io-France; to thc Northern Coun- tries of Europe- vin Trieste; to Melbourne, Ade 1 title, Tasmania, .Western Australia, Mauritius Alexandria, thc Indian Ports, China, and the Cape of Good Hupe. , Letters intended t...

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LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. THURSDAY (THIS DAY.) GOVERNMENT BUSINESS—ORDER OF THE DAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 18 July 1861

LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. Thursday (This Day.). government business? obdell of the day. Linus Dill: second reading. Ways and Means: resumption of committee. Roads Closing Bill: third reading. UP.XP.IUL BUSIXESS?NOTICES OF MOTION. Mr. FoRsra tu move?Thal, in the opinion of this house, it is undesirable that any person engaged on the permanent staff of the audit mid revenue de- partments, or any other persoit'ciitrtisted with the collection or disbursement, of public monies, should bo malinger or director of any bunk or public company. OliNKRAl, nuStNKSS?ORDER OF THE DAY. Benevolent Asylum Wards Rill; to be con- sidered in committee. Business under discussion ut the time of the iiiljouriii'.ient for want of a quorum on the 17th Instant:? Masters' and Servants' Bill: Re-conimittcd with a view to the introduction of a new clause to follett clause 10, ami to tim further consideration ol clauses ll mid 15. QUESTION'S. Mr. Royds to ask the hun. tho Colonial Secretary ?Whether hu considers that...

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Weekly Calendar. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 18 July 1861

WeeEil-r Ctatawllar.

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LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. THURSDAY—(THIS DAY.) NOTICE OF MOTION. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 18 July 1861

LBG-ISLATIVB council. Tiiuhsuav?(Tins Day.) XOriCK l,F MOTION. Tho Honorable \\r. llomn to move.?"That the Standing Orders Ni. 5a, 51, 51,55,56, and 5S li sil-peinled, until furl her notice, for the purpose ni enabling Hie C.'linell lo pass bills through their various stages in one day." OKDEIl. F THE DAY. Supreme Court Constitution Amendment Bill: second rending. Parliamentary Privilege Bill: to be considered in committee. Fencing Bill: adoption of the Report. Real-Property Hill; to-be considered in com- mittee.

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The Courier. THURSDAY, JULY 18, 1861. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 18 July 1861

.8&s (SoutmY thurso a r, july is, isoi. It soems natnr.*il'thiit wo hIidu1(1 furn to tho Ampficun news «'<» nf most touoliing in- terest, on tho arrival of a mail.,. Tilts fuel ings nf n.ilinriiil j-salmv-jy.anti ¦ antagonism that lingered Kii'lorigiifter.the contest wliioh rcaulta'rijh . .A'moriaAii' independence, were, slowljrclyjnguut. , Conipeiiiion between'tho two' cou nf rios .wag Jiogitining ; tu, assume rather'(lirindtiKtrinl flinn .a belligerent olin rsicier. Tho, recent,visit pf ibo Puinok or Waubs liiiil certiunlytoiidtfil in sonic degree, to sdl'tun "old asperities; uriilwhcii thu Squill drrayud.itself ngiiiust tho North in ti quarro! whi(-li Englishmen -found it ihipo--Bible to regard villi neutrality, tburo could not fail to bp , n recipriiciitionof, the Hotuiinoiit ex lirosseil.by thu American eorrinutmlur /it tbt Pciho, that " blouil was thicker thatrwater." Tho intelligence by the- Benares, lioVuvor, is of a character to stir up excitement oven li...

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Commercial Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 18 July 1861

'vomjaieJroial a nti.ilBgisc'itro. Mr. Arthur Martin* reports the salo by nuctlon, nt the A.S.N. Company's ivhart;ol'2(0 bushels maize, : nt 5a di. pw bushel?bags ls. euell. AIM), at his Rooms, of Sf) btnliels nf luuiKo uti from 5s. 9J. W j 6«. per bushel?bags ls. each. Sashes (assorted sine*), at from 8s. to lls. ppr pair; doors itt 7s. 9.1. to 10s. each. Also a qoantity of'nulls und sundries, J which realised fair prices. Air. C. Trundle reports two days' sale by auction, at the store in El'zibeth-street, of groceries, | drapery, tte. Tile stile was well uttended through- out, and fair prices obtained.

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Local Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 18 July 1861

JLot-a! HiitcsRlffeoice. New Work on Queensland?Bv tho mail last night, wj received a copy of Dr. Lang's nutv work on this colony, untitled, " Queens- land, Australia; a highly eligible field for emigration, mid tho future Cotton Field of Great Britain; with a disquisition on the origin, manuors, and customs of the Abori- gines." ' Thc volume is bulky?containing -loO pagos, and it had only just buen issuud in London. As tho book roached us so late previous to publication, wo must leave, for n future occasion, a mnro extended notice of it, Mr. Jordan in England.-By advices re- ceived by this mail it would seem that Mr. Jordan had commenced his course of lecturing soon after arrival, and that he had also pub- lished a small pamphlet descriptive of the colony, bearing the stamp of authority. That gentleman has also lectured in London and Manchester, and with regard to his first ad-' dress, the Home News speaks as follows:- "A lecture, descriptive of the colony of Queensland, the future...

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NEWS AND NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 18 July 1861

IE fTS AUB WOTES. BY A SYDNEY MAN. -TH'S- Benares, with the May mail, came in this ? .norning;, I find, nt tho last moment sim 0st, that tho time of sailing of the Queens l*n .d steamer is changed from six o'clock tr jg evening to three this afternoon, so - T-inst be contented?and beg you to bo the , flame-r-with a hurried summary, chiefly from the papers, for this trip, or I shall only ihave a chance of seeing the greased heels of ?the Telegraph turning round the corner. I iregret exceedingly that I did not know of ?the change before, for I had much to say? not a little of it, being on the philosophy of that animated debate between town and country, wherein the part of tho plaintiff, Bullion, was represented by Messrs Watts tmi Go., and the defendant, Brains, was supported in his claim by Mr. Warry. Mr. ' JMoffatt's judicious close of the discussion . -was -not the least entertaining part of the ?dialogue. The news, you will seo, derivos its chief interest from America. Jonathan, i...

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QUEENSLAND PARLIAMENT. TUESDAY, JULY 16. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 18 July 1861

qiJEENSLA^B PARLIAMENT. Tuesday, July 1(1. [Tho subjoined portion of Tuesday's pr o coedings in tho Legislative Assembly wo'"o necessarily omitted in om* issue of yesterday.] LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. SUPPLEMENTARY ESTIMATES. Tho house having resolved itself into a committee bf supply. Tho COLONIAL TREASURER, in'bring." lng forward tho first item in the Supplemen- tary Estimates for 1801, viz.,?£20,000 for roads and.bridges. to bo provided for by idft.ri, said that all the items in theso.supplemcntary estimates had been in the main agreed to hy- the house. This sum of £20,000 to bo provi- ded for by the loan account was in placo of tho itom of £22,000 placed on tho estimates in chief for telegraph lines to the North, which item tho house had refused to vote. On tho occasion of that item hoing brought before tho house, hon. members had said that thoy would prefer to sec tho hioncy spent on mails and bridges, and accordingly tho go- vernment had now complied with their sug- gestion. So ma...

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IPSWICH. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) TUESDAY, JULY 16. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 18 July 1861

IPSWICH. (*?noM OUR OWN COnnESpoNntWT.) Tuesday, July 1G. To-morrow is the last day for receiving no. tious of appeal aguiiist the Municipal assess- ment, and up totliapresunttimccomparut'vely few notices of appeal have been lodged. Nevertheless, complaints aro hot'wanting with respect to allotments that havo been fenced in, but not built upon. In my humble opinion, thc ratepayers will do well not to grumble nt a pretty severe assessment. Nothing is worse than wasting time except squandering money on useless or too extra- vagant undertakings. If tho Corporation would confine themselves,' for some years tc como, to rendering tho streets passable, and making a good reservoir for water in th' heart of the town, thoy would achieve nil that can reasonably be expected of them; and having tho endowment to help out these works, they might bc in a position to reduce the rate, ni a year or two from this time, instead of borrowing. Foi any advantage to bo derived from borrowing, as throwing th...

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ARRIVAL of the MAIL. EUROPEAN NEWS TO MAY 30. CIVIL WAR IN AMERICA. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 18 July 1861

ARRIVAL of tlie MAIL. EUROPEAN NEWS TO MAY 30. CIVIL WAR IN AMERICA. Br Hie Telegraph we have tho May mnil p-r Bennre9,"w'ith Ri g'ish news to the 26th. of that ihbhMi; and further intelligence to the 30th by way ol'. Mt iitt. The news is very interesting abd jm. portant, and wo subjoin a rapid summary o the principal incidents s? THE WAR IN AMERICA. Civil war in America has commonccd in sober earnest?or rather the wildest enthu- siasm on bdtli sides, tho, pooplo'both North and South being beside themselves with war- like ardour and the desire for vengeance in the Woodshedding of the innocent, even tti women and children. Tho bloody hatchet luis been sent round, and tomahawking and scalping aro the common talk. Tho twenty days' gt'aco allowed by Pros*, dent Lincoln having expired on tho Ctli of May, active operations were immediately commenced against the Southern States. Tho representatives of the American Union in London nnd Paris have been replaced by Mr. Adams and Mr. Dayton. Th...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 18 July 1861

NOWOPEN. SAMUEL DAVIS & CO. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL GROCERS, IRONMONGERS. 'CiiOTHIURS, DRAPERS, BOOT, GLASS, AND CROCKERY MERCHANTS. QUEEN AND GEORGE STREETS, KOKTKa ESKSSBAXE. THE ATTENTION of the PUBLIC is speciScully drawn to the ?undermentioned LIST of AETICLES constantly on hand at the above Stores :-? GaocEieiiES. £ a. d. 0 2 G 0 3 6 Best black tea, per lb. ... Ditto Gunpowder, per lb. Fine brown sugar, per lb. ... 00 5 Light brown sugar, per lb. ... 0 0 5* Loaf sugar, per lb. 0 0 7J Best currants, per lb. ...... 0 0 8 Best, raisins, per lb. 0 0 8J Muscatels; per lb. . ... 0 10 Sinclair's hams, per lb. 0 14 English cheese, per lb. ... ... 0 1 4 Rest Patna rice, per lb. ... ... 0 0 3 Mocha coffee, per lb. 0 16 £ 8. d. Pickles, assorted, per bottle ... 0 1 0 Sardines, per tin ... ... ... 'O''0.10 Red herrings, per tin . 0 3 0 Bottled fruits, per bottle ... 0 1 G New jams, per jar . ... 0 12 Sperm candles, per lb. ... ... 0 16 Curry, per,bottle .... 0 1 0 Almonds in shell, p...

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Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 18 July 1861

;1*M*P«"« f' Asenisenea. AH" JlUttrmoh. ilVED JdTtf.-TeW' O'Relley, fr01".'^,'1" », Gunn, 3 cMWrr iidgeandachUdr, und servant, Mr Hughes, Master Perry, P-Corro' Bteamer, 700 tons, Captain ey. Passengers?Mr. & Sirs. .n and 2 servants, Mrs. Ont .n, Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Rogers and Mrs. H. B. Smalls, Miss Perry, Dr. Morrison, Messrs. G. .1, II. Bayley, H. S. Bland, A. W. jonj, »?_£¦«» ?', «. oakley, ii. o. .uiuiki, », Jackson, Jr. v* , perry, mid 60 in the steerage. IMPORTS. ?Telegram .ft: 2 casks fruit, F. ll. O. Master; fl cases, * V wak, 1 roll leather, Costin ; 20 cases *nraw' ,y, io ditto geneva, 10 ditto whiskey, 10 ditto .. ? am, 12 hogsheads beer, N. Barth-y; 3 cases, 4 ¦eas1 ta, 1 case confectionery, 1 packuge, 2 boxes, 1 ' «at je bacon, 2 boies sauces, 1 bag pepper, 2 casks oiitmeal, 5 cases vinegar, 2 boxes candles, I case sausages, 1 ditto plums, 1 cask nle? G drums, 3 casks, 3 cases tobacco, 10 boxen candles, JO -4UH. port wine, 5 chests tea, 1 case 'piscuit, 6 boxes ...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 18 July 1861

Steam to Sydney. mHR TELEGRAPH, frrm , . 9 the A.S. N* Co.'b New 4; Wharf, on bATUKDAY, 20ih ^jUSF inst. GEO. D. WEBB, Agent. NOTICE. . £10 REWARD. CtTOLEN or STRAYED from Mo<ran, Weir O River. .iiphi"; Oalandonn. I >iir!ing Downs Dis trtct.' ft "ay H"R>E, branded H.\l near shoulder, and HBdille marked on near side. Tha tthovo re- ward will ba paid, if stolen,'on conviction, and £5 if Btrnvcd Oil delivery to Charles Westlieritll or Jacob and W. Low, Weltown, naur Oalandnon:', snnnostd to he taken towards tho .Balloon Uiver. -. ' ' CHARLES WEATHER* LL, Stockman. . Weltown .10th June. 1861. LOST, -on FKIDAY LAST, in Brisbane, a GOLD BliOOGH, with figures, one nf trhiih i" an Emu. Aiiypevson binning sumo to the office of thi* paper will'lie r-wurdi-d. EOUND, down tho river, nw Bulimi'a. a .-? PUNT. The owner pun have li«-r ii|;oti. .apifetion. jo SAMUEL BUCKLEY,'Bulimba" ;"fmy."-';. ,':,." V\,T '..''.' ' '--¦'¦ ' .' PAIRFIELiy''%buSEi GEORGE-STREET, NORTH BRISBANE. JOH...

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ENGLISH SHIPPING. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 18 July 1861

ENGLISH SHIPPING. TheWoolloomooloo, ship, from Moreton Bay: January 17, arrived at Deal on the 13th of May. The Carl Beyer, tho Wansfell, and the Agricola, were loading in London for Brisbane. Tho A S.N. Co.'s' new steamer Damantina returned to Ply-   mouth April 29, with main and foremost head and misentopmast carried away.

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 18 July 1861

ll,'ANTED a.W*l'!E!{, for a li'Hi.-oltiss '»» I'uii-I in l|t-»ieli. .i|iplii-Ji.iou to hu nude ,it. ibo HehAM> "tli.'u. sy ANTKIla siroig sc!ive t.'l), m drive a 'I I'likei's Cart. Apply to A »KJ--i CL' iVr'», 1' ANTKD a Full frill I" m.he li m«eli" ge-.e ¦'V rally useful. Apnlt u. If. U .VIU-.u.N, auctioneer. Y ANTKI) a Fe.'-al*. (ll'NKI.'Al. SKr.YtM'. ; ? A pply to Mis. GfcOKG-f. O' Ult! EN, Qie.-n ..teet. '*.\* ANTKI) a Young Mon lo ilrivi-ii linkers' w Cart. Apply to W. KKATLNG, Cie.k .'reel, cpposiie Naiioint! S-ohool. t" ANTED a Van to PRYCE ami CLIvV 1 >* An old 1 mill a'- ihe j li pro'envd. A pp J ¦'« J 0. (by lette. ). idUcn «-) .Iii**-- aper.' t ANTED IMMt'MM VIKI.Y, n'lE tM ol' lt) 'i gund WO KING MULL- l'K'S dr vain (¦?ar c-mjdelH. Ajiply to WILLIAM HilUCKK, Ksngtoo Point. t * ?' AN ll I) it steady persnti to di ive tito cuvs, »' "i'll calves, frc ni ltrisbimn to Bumi.-imha, ¦ ar IjSttich, ami to tem n uith it like mimbi r .. Itiisbane. A. W. M.tNNI.NG, Milton. . 0...

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IPSWICH. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) THURSDAY, (YESTERDAY.) [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 19 July 1861

IPSWICH. (FROM OÜB OWN CORRESPONDENT.) j t THURSDAY, (YESTERDAY.) TUE usual weokly meeting of tho Municipal Council was held yesterday afternoon ; pre- sent, the Mayor, and Aldermen Johnstone, Clune, Watkins, Stanley, Gorry, aud O'Mal ley. The minutes of the previous meeting were read. The Finance Committee's report was adopted. Alderman Stanley drow atten- tion to tho fact of some person having put a scrawl against his name in the attendance book, to signify that he had inserted his name when he actually had not been present. Ho said ho would bring an action against tho offenders if ho could discover them. Alder- man Johnson asked tho Town Clerk how long it was sinco tho by-laws relating to the wharves had boen forwarded for the approval of his Excellency. Tho Town Clerk said they wore sent down on Friday week. Tho Mayor moved the suspension of tlie standing orders to enable him to movo two resolutions. Carried. Ile then said it would bo for the Council to decide whether the courso...

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