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LETTER FROM DR. LANG. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 19 July 1861

LETTER FROM DR. LANG. Sin,-You will see from the enclosed lettor of yesterday from Messrs. James Baines and Co., of Liverpool, that these gentlemen have, ¡it my suggestion, placed upon tho berth a vessel called the Wansfell, I understand of 1500 tons, to carry out the first dotuchment of emigrants to Queensland. ' The vessel is to sail from London, which is very much against the success of the system, as far as Scotland and the North of Ireland aro concerned ; but none of the shipowners hero would venture on tho speculation. I have told Messrs. Baines and Co., in reply to their letter, that I am quite stiro the authorities at Brisbane will do everything in their power to smooth the way of tho earlier emigrants at least, and to ensure their loca- tion on land of tho first quality for settlement, both from soil and situation. It would be suicidal to act otherwise. I have also told thom that my son and my- self will do nil in our power to promote the general object during the short tim...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
MELBOURNE MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 19 July 1861

MELBOURNE MARKETS. WE have Melbourne papers to the 11th instant. From tho Argus wo extract tho fol- lowing items of commercial intelligence: A special general meeting of the proprietors of the Melbourne and Suburban Railway Company was held on Tuesday afternoon, at tho company's offices, to consider tim financial condition of the company, and the course to ho adopted with reference thereto. Several suggestions were offered, but ultimately the meeting was adjoin ned for a week,, in order that the fullest confederation might ho given to tho present position of the company's pro "ap'èrty. ?,,' Business has not shown any marked im '-> provemont, with the exception of the salo of Mauritius sugar hy Messrs. Fraser and Cohen. The parcel being the only one remaining in first hands, .1 large muster of the trado attended. The whole shipment was purchased in small divided lots, at very high rates. Tito parcel consisted chiofly of good bright brown and middling bright yellows, and tho follow...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 19 July 1861

' ' THOMAS ILLIDGE, LONDON HO US C1 Q ü E E N-S T E E E T, BBSSBANE. FAMILIFS, Pettier«, Squatters and Up-country Storekeepers snpp'ied by the Trunk, or in on) i.'.-??-- ? quittait* to suit purchuaere, for Station or iumily use. COWRY ORDERS, WITH REMITTANCC OR RESPECTABLE REFERENCE PROMPTLY ATTENDED 'IO. THOMAS ILLIDGE, ß Ä { S B A N E. ONE HUNDRED BMPTYjraurfsS FO& SALE-CHEAP. NOW OPEN. SAMUEL DAVIS & CO. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL GROCERS, IRONMONGERS. CLOTHIERS, DRAPERS, BOOT, GLASS, AND CROCKERY MERCHANTS, QUEEN AND GEORGE STREETS. ROUT ÜB IB KISS AWE. THE ATTENTION of the PUBLIC is specifically drawn to the undermentioned LIST of"ARTICLES constantly ou hand at the above Stores: GaiOCfERIES. £ 8. Best black tea, per lb. O 2 Ditto Gunpowder, per lb. ... O 3 Pine brown sugar, per lb. ... O O Light brown sugar, per lb. ... O O Loaf sugur, per lb. O O Best currants, per lb. O O Best raisins, per lb. O O Muscatels, per lb. O 1 Sinclair's hams, per lb. O 1 English cheese, p...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
SOUTH AUSTRALIAN MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 19 July 1861

SOUTH AUSTRALIAN MARKETS. From South Australia wu have news vifi, Melbourne to tho 5th hist. Tho Register of that dato says - Ordinary business remains withoutshowing any symptoms of a chango for the bettor, and the dulhcss iii nearly all branches of trade continues. Whether matters will improve after the winter remains to bo proved, hut we cannot look for much alteration before that ; but at any rate the season, so far, is very Wood and promising, and bids fair to bo one of "''ilie old-fashioned winters wc mod to have. '£xi mining affairs wo have nothing now " -worthy of note. Some of tho claims are daily . improving oa examination and developing their riches ; and, on the other hand, some of 'them aro not at all realising the expectations ' 'oftthose interested. Flour during tho past ^week has'exhibited no improvement at all, "ouïd thcru is hardly any demand for it. Tho fpricu remains about £14 10s. to £15. hut sales have boen excessively limited, and prospects nro not at present ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 19 July 1861

% THE ENGLISH MAIL. j mm? co un i is'i of TO.MOIU;O\V \MII l X coritun n full lutilset^rf Ni'v.s by tim IVlnil, i'iin;'enionlt ha\irg lii'pii mule io lüBiiü »ii eurtv slievt, * fe«

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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TASMANIAN MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 19 July 1861

TASMANIAN MABKETS. Wo karu nowa from T:ijm.iniii to tim Otk institut. Tho Mercury gives tho subjoind va port of tho Hobart Town markets : The arrivals of wheat have been rather above the average to day ; prices me without miy alterations, but rutos are rathol" moro «usily otfected at previous quotations, namely. Ort to (is. 3d., und (Js. (id. fur primo samples. (The demand for flu ir continues «toady nt previous quotations-£10 to £17. Bra» continuos steady nt our former ratos, mid in fair domand at Is. 2d. to Is. ort. , Tho demand for potatoes has considerably improved, mid several shipments linvo taken placo: the supply continues good, but not in excess of tlio demil nd; prices aro without any improvement, and quotations remain at £3 10s. to £1 10s. Darloy and oats romain as reported yester- day, oats moro finn, but at present without any alteration in price. Hay in full supply, nt £3 103. to ÍA JOs. - Messrs. Bi ont mid Westbrook sold nt their mnrt, this day, by public auction, th...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 19 July 1861

MAILS PER "NORTHALI." NOTICE. TIIE time for the depirtuie or the TCLE GIÍAPÍI having Ixen delated since the pub- lication ol the not 11. iioiii this ottlu., of the 15th instant, The \IniK uil) (bso 1111:5 D \Y, Friday, 19Ji mitant, as follow-. - Foi all pitts ol Emope and the Cilonies, oxi-opt the Unite I Kln^l i u, bydtie*, mid Melbouine - i Pot rebutí re I ktleu, ut i p m Foi 01 dm ii y Utters um I uev. «pipen, at 3 p m For the Unit" 1 lung loin OUY, mut lui ¡sydney and Melbourne - For rcgiatci e I lettei <, at 6pm Foi ordinary letters ami newspapers, at 9 pin ' lî R MACkRNZlU, Postnmstu -General. General Post 01 l^e, H-lshm», ISih July.lMil

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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WARWICK. [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.] WARWICK, JULY 16. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 19 July 1861

'-WARWICK:. [PRÓ'A oatt OWÎ. CORRESPONDENT.] WARWIOIC, JULY IG. NEAULY the xvholc of last week tho main topic of conversation waa tile election of the aldermen for the Municipal coiflStïïL Twenty cctrtáidíítes had been proposed and seconded on tlio pfetiewweck, so that there xvns ample scope to choose freîn for the liege burghers of Warwick. The excífeisont increased gradu- ally, and arrived at its climas on the day of election, namely Friday last. It was a bitterly"old day. xvith a searching wind, and it seemed almost a general holiday, so large a number of voters being congregated about the court-house. Towards evening, as they gradually dispersed, it was curious to see the evolutions of many of the "free and inde- pendent," making what sailors would call "tack and tack" against a headwind, occa sionally nearly smashing their head rails. They wero, doubtless labouring under con- siderable excitement, and frad also stowed away a sufficient quantity of .'' cold xvithout, or hot with...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Weekly Calendar. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 19 July 1861

WecïiBy C:»ï4»ta;ïlur., Utan WATFK AT BRI-BUTC. Date. Atom. Juiv. 10 8 0 20 R .12 SI y "il 8 24 ü 20 jill 5!) 112) III iii 0 IO o ;u i i) li 23 ( 1 51 SON. 6 40 G 40 G 40 li 48 ti IS G 47 (i 17

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Display Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 19 July 1861

RS. J. W. BUTTON'S CLEARING-OUT SALE. ; / i , (-AA PAIRS LADIES' and GENT'S BEST FRENCH KID GLOVES, slightly spotted, ÖUU 3d pei pah. '" 37J Pans ditto, ditto, HOT SPOTTED, 6"" per pan. A Lot of Ladios' Black LACE FALLS, 103d. each. The WHOLE STOCK of FINE FRENCH TWILLS and ALTACAS will bo oloaiod out at 74d. poi yard. 50 Pieces Hoylu's Best^Yaid-wido PRINTS, all now Patterns," Warranted Fast Colois, G¿d, peí yaid.*-^- ' "' The Entire . Stock of Underclothing, Ro-maikod at HALF PRICE.S. INDIA CAM!BRICS, 12Jyaids foi 4s. Gd, HORROCKS' LONG (/LOTUS at the HSU Alt PifilCJE *, Lottoi A at 3d. ; Letter B at Gd And n Laigo LOT of f'thci GOODS too numoious to adveitlzo.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Commercial Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 19 July 1861

Commercial Intelligence. MB. R. DAVIDSON sold, yesterday, at his rooms, George-street, a quantity of superior furniture, doors, sashes, zinc, &c. The salo' was well attended and excellent prices ob- tained. ^Messrs. Hopkins and Crawford sold, yestor <lay, at their rooms, Quccn-strcct, maize, at <5s. per bushel ; oaten hay, at £it per ton ; .whiskey, at 80s. per case ; American clocks, looking-glasses, pictures, &a, at fair prices.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Shipping Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 19 July 1861

Shipping Intelligence. THE Telegraph will leave for Sydney to-morrow rmorning, at half-past 5 o'clock. STEAMERS FOR IPSWICH.-Leaving the A. S. N. .Co.'« Wharf-the Ipwich, this morning, at 7 .o'clock; the Brisbane, to-morrow morning, ut 7 lO'cloclc. The Bessie, with a full oàrgo of produce, will clear for London to-day. The Carl Beyer, ship, 600 tons, was loading, at London for Brisbane, when the mnil left, and was oxpected to sail in a few days. The Carl Beyer is the first of a permanent line of packets to be des- patched by Messrs. Adamson and Ronaldson of Lendenhall-street, London, for Brisbane direct. , LYTTON, July l8.-No arrivals.

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Letter to the Editor. THE AUDITOR-GENERAL AND PUBLIC COMPANIES. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 19 July 1861

JLietter tu «äie E«!5t«»r. THE AUDITOR-GENERALAND PUBLIC COMPANIES. Sin-I pcicoive that in your leader of Monday hist you have fallen foul of the Legislative Council in general, and Georgo Harris, Esq, in particular, for their alteration iu tho Audit Bill, by which the Auditor-General will be piecluued from acting ns director, «fco., in any public company. Tlio writer of the ni tiele to ¡ wkicli I refer appears to have as groat mi ! aversion ¡is Sir John Falstaff to giving Í"i¡oasons." for the opinions which ho entór- tame, îWfou'gïi ho is prolific iii indignant declamation. Ii üi'Rt be appiirônt, however, to mi3'onc who reflects npVi' «lie mat ter for a moment, that it is very undesiraWfr that such an officer as the Auditor-Gcncial should be TTeehidcd fiom dabbling extensively in the man'äg'cmtortf- of public companies xvkich kavc largo uionotarv liar/factions with the govern- ment. If ko bo such' £? «ere nu tamaton as yom loador of Monday rcpi'dsont's him-if it be a situation wkic...

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LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. THURSDAY. JULY 18. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 19 July 1861

LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. TlIOKSDAY. JULT. IS. Tar SPKAKEP took the chau it t« euty -Hi c minutes bast three 1 COOLIE IMMIGR VTION Mi RO"iDb, puisuint to notice, asked tho lion the Colouul Secretary the folio« mg question -Whether ho eonstdeis that the despatch of the Dulccof Nea e istle,jti3t i ecei\ ed, w ill enable employ - eu to impoi t Coolie 1 tbour and w bethel the go\ ei n ment will be prepnei to intioduce legitlntion-, gtiiriiiteeing such Coolie iniinigiaiits the pio ttctlon lequheil bj the government ot India The COLONIAL SLCRLl'Altt replied that the government would lie pi opal ed to finnie logti J ttions, símil ti to tlio,o in tlie othet coiou cs, tot the protection of Coolie 1010115181111 mid ¡10 doubt, «hen such íegulatioiis v.ote biibro'tted totbeSecre tuiy of bttte, au) lostiictioir» «inch existed might bi removed WI* T52rÄIOK WALKER Di CIIALLUSO\ isl ed the hen the Colonial Secretaij-\\ hot ieA rte tioultl hnvtuuiy objection to l»v U|wii the t ,Di0 0f t|"s ]mnVy , c0,,y...

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LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. THURSDAY, JULY 18. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 19 July 1861

LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. TiiimsDAY, JULY IS. [Owing to a pressure on our spnce, ive aro com- pelled to give but a very brief epitomo or thin iiy» proceedings. A molo' extended report will he given in our next issue.] The PRESIDENT intimated that ho lind re- ceived a letter from Dr. Hobbs announcing mt resignation of otllee as leader ol' government busi- ness in the house, and requesting one months leave ol' absence. This wus granted on the motion of Dr. FUL- LERTON. .Some illhcusslon then nroso as to whether tlio hoiihc should proceed In the absence of a regularly appointed and recognised government representa- tivo. .Messrs. YA LI) WYN, ROBERTS, and oilier members, regarded tile iion-preseiK-o of such » functionary in the house us Indicating a want of courtesy on the pin t ol' tho government. The former eventually niovod an adjournment of the house, ii order to give the government time to appoint « re- présentative. Mr. BALFOUR, however, stated that he» lind consented, ut the request o...

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Local Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 19 July 1861

flj<K';tä Bn«iíeSJ8s;CBSCe. SUMMARY FOB ENGL VKD -In order to guard agaln.it the disappointment'tqiwhich appli cttiity for diiti' fSimihiiiVy have boen subjected, du the' two lrist'óecasions1; d jildfítífitl supply*' of the present issue has been provided, hire vvd still trust 'that persons requiring the same will make early application at tho office. ENGLISH MAIL INWARDS.-Tho mail brought by the Tojograplt on-Wcdpcsday opening con- sisted of mails ii'orii '¿2 jüÁbrimt parts, com- prised in lo boxes and 3 bags, t Tho niiirib'cV of,letters was 2S5S, ancloÇnowspapors 3251. ELECTIÎIO TELEGBA'PII.-We are informed that business was transacted on Wednesday, botwcbll this tovyn and Ipswich, upon tho system known uniler filename of tho " Mag notio-morsc." Tho experiment rirovßd highly satisfactory, and it is'novv'intended to use tho system on all intercolonial linos. Ono great advantage it possesses is the consideiablo saving it effects in the working expenses, no outlay being re...

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The Courier. FRIDAY, JULY 19 1861. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 19 July 1861

ffîht Comm* FRIDAY, JULI'-19 1881. WiittN Mr. YALDWVN, moved hy a fit of virtuous indignation at the slights offered by tlue government to the Council, moved the postponement of the business of tho colony to revenge the houso upon . the executivo, and theo, with equally virtuous indulgence, withdrew his motion at the request of the honorable gentleman who ad interim.jc^ic sents the government, ho did hut conform to the character which the ministry have earned for themselves, and sought to stamp upon the legislature. Ile was not very eon sistent, for if the house had really been slighted, its manifest duty was to resent the insult. If the business of the colony would suffer delay by bis motion, ho was wrong in making it ; if mischief would really arise, and he did not know it, he ought to have ; and tims he was very weak or very capricious. Mr. ROBERTS hit the right nail on the head.' There have been three responsible ministers in the lower house, one of whom might have been spared ;...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 19 July 1861

s ÏIRE IKSÜBANCE. Offiee^-Oorner of Pitt and Hunter Stree't«,, . Sydney. ' Incorporated ,by Aet of Council, l8 Vio., J855. YDNEY INSURTNCB COMPANY. C»piUl, £260,000. DtMMTots : RICHARD JONES, Esq., Chairman THOMAS HOLT, Etq., Deputy-Chairman S. D. GORDON. Eiq. JOHN FAIRFAX, Esq. M.E. MURNIN, Esq. T. C. BREILLAT, Esq. .., StJÏV«TO» S-. . JAMES HUME, Esq. SKCBBTART . > Mr. JOSEPH DYER. fcj? The Sydney Insoranee Company issues policies y for protection' against fire, foi sams ranging I, from £100 to £10.000. The Subscribed Capital '" ii £250,000, with unlimited liability of a large , . and wealthy colonial proprietary. The rates of t.--1 insurance range from 3a. per cent, to 6a 6d. per " ' cent., for brick or stone dwellings ; and from 4s. 6tl. to 12s. 6d. per ont. for brick or stone shops, ?tores, and places of basinets. Wooden buildings ' .re charged special rates. Lows promptly settled. £17 000 has been paid by Ibis Company for fin lassies within the past iour years. Small accide...

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LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. WEDNESDAY, JULY 17. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 19 July 1861

LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. WEDNESDAY, JULY 17. THE SPEAKER took the chair at a quarter past three. NATIVE POLICE COMMITTEE. The COLONIAL TREASURER brought up tho report from the select committee upon the organisation of the Native Police, and gave notico^that he should move the adoption of the report on Wcäncsdny next. CUSTOMS 11EGULATIONS. Mr. FORBES, pursuant to notice, asked the Colonial Secretary the following ques- tion :-If ko is aware that ii great hardship is done to the traders of Ipswich and the in- terior hy dutiablo gools arriving in the colony being landed and stow! at Brisbane prior to their being forwarded to Ipswich ; and if the government intend to alter the Customs Regulations, so us to permit merchandise of this description being forwarded direct from the ship to Ipswich ? ' The COLONIAL S3CRETARY snid that tho government were hot aware of any hard- ship bud arisen from the particular regulation referred to, but if 4her should learn that the present regulations cculd b...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 19 July 1861

WANTED a strong active LAD, to drive a   Baker's Cart. Apply to AMOS GLOVER,   George-street, \\l ANTED a Female GENERAL SICr.VA.ST. It Apply to Mrs. GliOUGEO'BltlBN, Queen street. \WAN1ED a Man to FENCE and OLEAR f V An old hand at the job preferred. Apply to J. D. (hy letter), office of this paper. \\r ANTED a good GENERAL SEIlVANT; VV to a nse'ul girl very good wages will be .{¡ven. Apply ut ibis office. ANl'ED a BLA< KsMlTH. Applv, this day, at the St. Patrick's Tavern, Q lean atreet WANTED a HwUoEKh-El'liR ; also, a HOUSEMAID. ARTHUR MARTIN, Auctioneer. WANTED, immediately a CARPENTER for a small jib. Apply Bellevue Home, George-street. - '.?V ANTED One CABINET MAKKR and iV one CHAIR MAKER; must be good hands. GEORGE DOWDEN, Brisbane-street, Ipswich, \4/ANTED for a Lady, a Furnished BKD V? ROOM and BOARD, with a respectable private family (not hoarding house), in tovn or tlie immediate vioinitv. Address Vf. S., Post nflice. ANTED by a respec...

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