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TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. (FROM OUR TELEGRAPHIC CORRESPONDENTS.) SYDNEY. June 7. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 8 June 1864

TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. (From our Telegraphic Correspondents). SYDNEY. June 7. The steamer Rainbow, bound for Macleay river, was lost during the late gales. Seven persons were drowned.   Owing to floods, the Minmi colliery has been filled, and it is estimated that it will be six months before the water can be pumped out. The floods are now subsiding. The markets are steady. Tho Gazelle, Woolloomooloo, and Julia have been wrecked in Trial Bay. Three men have been drowned. Gardiner has been committed for trial for robbing Horsington. ADELAIDE. The markets are dull. Wheat is quoted at 11s. per bushel. Mr. Alderman Martin has issued cards of invitation to a number of ladies and gentlemen   to a ball, to be held in the large room of the City Auction Mart, on Friday evening next, in honor of the New South Wales and Queensland cricketers. From what we have heard of the preparations now being made, we believe the entertainment will be on a scale which will ensure the enj...

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SHIPPING. DEPARTURES. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 8 June 1864

SHIPPING. DEPARTURES. JUNE 7.-Clarence, steamer, 500 tons, Cap- tain W. Cottier, for Rockhampton. Passengers -Miss Smith, Mrs. J. Mills, Messrs. H. J. Deemon, Jackes, J. Gneidluensob, P. Brown, G. Brown, J. C. Barber, W. Buchannan, Byerly, Archer, James, J. Gregson, T. Williams, J. Burnett, J. Douglas, A. Busby, A. Pollock ; and about 30 in the steerage. June 7.-Queensland, steamer, 500 tons, Captain Curphey, for Rockhampton via Mary- borough and Gladstone. Passengers-Mr. and Mrs. W. Davies, Miss Fuddock, Mrs. Lutwyche, Mrs. Shelden, Mrs. Smith, Messrs. Wilson, E. N. Rawson, L. Younge, A. Douglas, G. Gal- braith, R. Brown, P. Brown, E. Hamersley, T. L. M. Prior, Squib, Sherman, his Honor Mr. Justice Lutwyche ; and about forty in the steerage. June 7.-Marion Renny, schooner, 54 tons, Captain Firman, for Port Denison. Passengers -Seven in the steerage. IMPORTS. Callender, from Melbourne : 11 cases, 9 boxes glass, 1 drum turpentine, 1 cask colors, 1 box gold-leaf, 23 packages, James La...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 8 June 1864

AUSTRALASIAN STEAM NAVI- GATION COMPANY. ROCKHAMPTON. - The WILLIAMS, TUESDAY, June 11. Vor MARYBOROUGH. - The CITY OF BRISBANE, Tliis Day, WEDNESDAY, June 8, nt IO p.m. Tfö iidwmco in rates. TO IPSWICH Tlio IPSWICH, This Day, WEDNES- DAY, Juno 8, at 10-30 a.iu. Tlio BRISBANE, on THURSDAY, Juno 0, at 11 a.m. Tho IPSWICH, on FRIDAY, Juno 10, at 12 noon. The BRISBANE, on SATURDAY, Juno 11, at 12 noon. HENRY O'REILLY, Agent. A.S.N. Company's Offices, Brisbane._ AUSTRALASIAN STEAM NAVIGATION C05IPANY. Reduction in tlio Freight of AVOOL per A.S.N. Co.'s Steamers. «&vV TjIROM and afier (ho 1st JUNE JJgt-I? next, tho FREIGHT for WOOL foin the Northern Ports to Sydney will be as under : From Brisbnuo and Ipswich to Sydney, at 12s. per bale. From Wide Bay, Gladstone, and Rockhampton to Sydney, los. per bale. From Pioneer and Port Denison t o Sydney, 30s. per bale. SAMUJ5L OL'ARK, Manager. A.S.N. Co.'s Ofllcc, Sydney._1532_ BLACKBALL CLIPPER SHIP FLYiÑG CLOÜD, FOR LONDON. H. C. Keen, ...

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SYDNEY SHIPPING. [BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.] ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 8 June 1864

SYDNEY SHIPPING. [By Electric Telegraph] ARRIVALS   June 6.-Novelty, brig, from Auckland Blackbird, steamer, from Wellington ; Liberator, barque, and Nil Desperandum, brig, from Cal- cutta; Admission, ship, from the South Seas Gypsey, schooner, from Twofold Bay ; Spartan brig, from Adelaide; Milwall, ship, from Liver- pool. DEPARTURES. June 6.-Eagle, s.s., for Rockhampton ; Tele- graph, s., for Brisbane ; Agnes Irving, s., for Grafton.

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The Courier. PUBLISHED DAILY. WEDNESDAY, JUNE 8, 1864. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 8 June 1864

The Courier PUBLISHED DAILY. Wednesday, June 8, 1864. We learn with much satisfaction that the Municipal Council have again turned their attention to the subject of public baths. No injustice will be done to the worthy body if we presume that the taunts of the Colonial Secretary-unwarranted though they were-have, at this juncture, provoked them to prompt action. The détermi- nation of the Government to convert one of the six sites granted to the city for baths into a source of impurity, by allowing the Gas Company to establish its works in Petrie's Bight, has aroused the doughty Aldermen to a sense of their duty in main- taining the rights of the citizens to the other grants. The Council are bound to do all that they can for the preservation of those rights ; and we hope they will soon show themselves prepared to use the grants for the purposes for which they have been made to the city, upon the Government guaranteeing, by the issue of the requisite deeds, that no second revocation ...

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VICTORIA. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 9 June 1864

VICTORIA. Tnp Aigus of tho 2Gth says - Mi Macgregors attempt to extract from tho Chief Seci dary somo expression of opinion as t<\ the foi tinghi ly mail to Luiope has met w-ithiuht such success us we might have anticipated Ali M'Culloch is a thorough pioficient in that great st hool of oflicial science whoso object is to teach " how not to do it ' Ho will do notlmig out of the gi ooio of i ournie Ho will com nnuueato with the homo government, and hu will communiai to xulh tho other colonies In the meantime he will not commit his govern mail lo any step which may bear the semblance of a desire lo do something He will not tell us OTCii whether his got eminent is disposed to accede to the pioposition of a foitnightly nun\, apni t fi om any decision w Inch may be come lo by otlui governments Ho will do nothing but expicss u mild opinion thal tho tenns ol tho picsont proposal uio moiler ile, although the subsidy paid foi Hie existing conlinct with the P and O company is exorb...

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CAVENAGH, MEYER TO THE EDITOR OF THE BRISBANE COURIER. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 9 June 1864

CATENAGHx MEIER TO TUE EDITOIt Ol' THE llRISBANE C lURIER. Oil Sir -AVilh rifeienco (o the ease of tis milt Ciixcntijdi v Mtxti pubh lied in ïoui r-siio al to dirt, pel Imps xou will allow nu tluough ^oiu widely citciilnte I lotnnnl to mako a few remarks with litiicnic lo the iu linca foi thodcfenco whiih as vom upoiler will doubtless admit, was no1 ltill> biou^ht out Hie nidmco for the piosciiitiou iilliscs that I 01 dei ed bei info a loom in which time was no bed clothing It is quite ti no that lime was no bed clothing m the loom al tin flint but singulni to say no question was a ked n- ¡o whethci I con sented to grant bed clothing to tho piosccutux, in the loom tissi0util to her I con pro luce sexnil witiusses to pio\c Hint I not onh granted the loom in question (better than tho one she occupied) but also olleied to adhere io the orduiny tunis of tho nguement btttticn us On tho oetnsion of tho alleged a«snult I admit that sho being di mik, I pushed hoi out but sho did not lull...

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METEOROLOGICAL OBSERVATIONS. WEDNESDAY, JUNE 8. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 9 June 1864

METEOROLOGICAL OBSERVATIONS. Wednesday, Jcke 8. Brisbane-9 am Barometer (corrected), 29 918, thermometer (shade), 57 1, ditto (dry bulb), 56 6, ditto (wet bulb) 516 force of wind, 1, direction, AV , extent of cloud, 0, weather, fine J p m Barometer (corrected), 29 902, thei mometer (shade) 72 9 , ditto (drv bulb), 73 0, ditto (wet bulb), 60 5 , force of wind, 1, direc tion, WSW , oxtuit of cloud, 0, weather, flue (Per Electric Telegraph ) AVind and AYEtTHLR-9 am Lytton, W and fino, Ipswich, calm and fine, Laid loy, calm and line, Toowoomba, calm and fine, Drayton, S AV and fiue , AVarwick, calm »nd fino, Dalbi, calm and fine Sidney- 9 am Baiomctcr (corrected), .9 787 , thermometer («hade), 57 5 , ditto (dry bulb), 54 2, ditto (wet bulb), 17 4, force of wind 1, direction, AA , extent of cloud, 0, wenthei uno and clear

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 9 June 1864

BIRTH. HUGHES.-On the 7th instant, Mrs. J. N. Hughes, of a son.

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NORTH AUSTRALIAN MEETING. SECOND DAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 9 June 1864

NORTU AUSTRALIAN MEETING. S coon d Day. That the first day's ruciifg was very success- ful could not be denied, but thal the second duy was certainly equal if not superior. Tho weather was everything Unit could bo wished, mid the course was in splendid trim,-tho turf being, if anything, moro springy than on the previous day. H would ho difficult to say.on which day the attondiuico was greatest, many inclining to Iho opinion Hint llio first day curries the palm. However that may be, wo ure quilo sure lliiit.lho dilference, if any, was almost imperceptible, iho same number of equestrians were present, and the snnic carriages, waggons, and dog-eurts, con- veyed the sumo freight to the sceno of attraction. AVo noticed a larger number of groups assembled in pic-nio fashion under ancient gum trees, and taking Ihoirrofrcshnicnls quietly away from tho noise and bustle attendant upon Iho imnicdiulo neighbourhood of tho course. Tho arrange- ments upon the course were quito equal to those of t...

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The Courier. PUBLISHED DAILY. THURSDAY, JUNE 9, 1864. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 9 June 1864

Î3je (£0tmn\ .PUBLISHED DAILY. THURSDAY, JUNE 9, ISO!. The prosperity of our gold fields at the present time, ami the prospects of that being increased, have led to the introduc- tion into Parliament of a Bill for granting au export duty upon gold, the provisions of which assimilate to those contained in the Act which was passed some years ago in the neighbouring colony of Victoria. Much as an export duty upon the produce of the digging population was at first con- demned by a proportion of those who ob- tained their means of subsistence from rob- bing the earth of its golden treasures, it was considered greatly preferable to the iniquitous tax which had previously been levied-or as it was commonly called a " licence" to dig for gold. VVo believe that little objection can bo raised to the bill-now before us, as it will not affect the miners directly, and in cases in which it is brought into operation will not press so heavily upon them as would at first sight appear. Concurrent with...

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TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. (FROM OUR TELEGRAPHIC CORRESPONDENTS.) IPSWICH June 8. THE NORTH AUSTRALIAN RACE MEETING. SECOND DAY. CORINTHIAN STAKES. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 9 June 1864

TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. (From our Telegraphic Correspondents) IPSWICH. June 8. THE NORTH AUSTRALIAN RACE MEETING-. Second Day. Corinthian Stakes. Corby. - 1 Presto . 2 Two horses started. Bowman rode Corby,   and Ball rode Presto. The two heats were won easily by Corby. The Claret Stakes. Four horses started for this race, and came in in the following order : Young Mormon. 1 Presto 2     Brenda . 3 Centaur. 4   This was a good race, there being only a length between the three at the winning post. SYDNEY. News has been received from Auckland to June 1st. The war has terminated for the winter. There have been no further hostilities at Wanganui. A portion of the troops have been sent to Taranaki. Colonel Nixon has died from the effects of the wounds received by him. Business is quiet, and the markets remain unchanged. MELBOURNE. The clergymen of the Church of England have universally signed the Oxford declaration. ADELAIDE. The Upper House ...

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SHIPPING. ARRIVAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 9 June 1864

SHIPPING. ARRIVAL. June 8.-Telegraph, steamer, from Sydney June 6, Captain Audley Coote. Passengers: Mrs. Garrick, Miss Harvey, Mr. Wilkes Mr. Butter- field, Mr. Frederick Walker, Mr. W. Hellicar, Mr. D. Peters, Mr. L. Jones, Mr. G. B. King, Mr. Larcombe, Mr. W. D. Box, Mr. P. D. Mansfield, Mr. Munce, and 41 in the steerage. DEPARTURE. June 8.-City of Brisbane, steamer, 840 tons, Captain F. C. Knight, for Maryborough. Pas- sengers : Several in the steerage. IMPORTS. Telegraph, from Sydney: 5 rolls leather, Westman ; 1 tin opium, J. Berkley ; 1 hhd. 5 quarter-casks 5 octaves wine, 3 hhds, rum, J. S. Mort; 20 hhds. beer, N. Bartley; 8 kegs nails, 4 churns, 2 packages, Bell and Love ; 18 bags 1 case coffee, 10 bags rice, 16 chests 16 half-chests tea, 2 cases ling, 3 cases jujubes, 8 cases brandy, 180 bags sugar, 3 cases blue, 12 casks, porter, 1 case ginger, 2 quarter-casks whisky, E. Goertz and Co. ; 20 chests 25 half-chests tea, G. Raff and Co. ; 60 cases kerosene, 1 case glass, 2 pa...

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DIARY. MEMORANDA TILL NEXT PUBLICATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 9 June 1864

¥111(1111X1)1 TILL M.ITJPOIUICATIOV 1884. j» I Timm liiy. I O 4D )Iou.i-first ()unrlcr, Juuo 13, lull. Um. |i.in.

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 9 June 1864

Auction Salean SATURDAY," JUNE 11, At 12 o'clock Prompt. THE ST. KILDA ESTATE, comprising SOO MAGNIFICENT BUSINESS ALLOT- MENTS AND COTTAGE RESIDENCE SITES, Situated on tho Main Telegraphic Line of Road to Ipswich, within ono mile of STANLEY-STREET, South Brisbane, Embracing tho wholo of Portions 174a 175a, and 176a, on the MAIN TELEGRAPH ROAD to IPSAVTCH, a few chains from Mr. Toohey's land, nearly opposite the Newtown Estato, and about ton minutes' walk from tho Now Ferry, at Harris' wharf. TRUNDLE & CAMERON beg to announce lo the public that tho above invaluable property ha3 been placed in their hands for POSITIVE SALE, mid will bo submitted to public competition, at their Rooms, Queen-street, on SATURDAY, the 11th day of June, at the hour of 12 o'clock noon, and i o'clock in the afternoon. The Auctioneers, in presenting these lands to the notice of the public, would, as a preliminary step, most earnestly invito personal inspection of this _ FIRST-CLASS PROPERTY, which ma...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 9 June 1864

NEAArCASTLE COALS. BEST HOUSE COAL bv the fon, for Cash. II. "S. GRENFELL. Euglo-slrcct, North Brisbuno._5181 R HUTCHINS has now ON SALE, ni tho . A1CTORIA SALE ROOMS, Quccn streel ?JO BALES PRIME OATEN HAY. 40 BALES PRIME LUCERNE HAY 10 TONS BRAN 10 " ADELAIDE FLOUR 15 " CIRCULAR HEAD POTA- TOES 50 BAGS MAIZE 30,000 SUPERIOR HOBART TOAVN PALINGS 27,000 nARDAVOOD SHINGLES 00,000 SAAVN LATHS, at 10s. per 1000 SäS" LAND ORDERS BOUGHT. 63S7 E HUTCHINS has now on SALE, at tho . VICTORIA SALE ROOMS, Quecn strect A Large and wcll-assorlod Stock of CEDAR and AAIERTCAN PINE DOORS, SASHES, ARCHITRAVES, MOULDINGS, und SKIRTING BOARDS ¡ AT.SO ON* SALE, GALVANISED CORRUGATED IRON (<3, 7, and 8 feet lengths) ZINC DOWN PIPING, R AV HEADS, Ditto SHOES, O G and Half-round SPOUTING-, RIDGE CAPPING, BOLTS, HINGES, CARPENTER'S PATENT LOCKS, &e" &e. 5IG3 LAND ORDERS! LAND ORDERS!! E HUTCHINS, of tho Victoria Sulo ? Rooms, Quecn-strect, IS A CASH BOYER of LAND ORDERS. &amp...

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NEW ZEALAND. CRITICAL STATE OF MATTERS AT WANGANUI. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 9 June 1864

NEW ZEALAND. CRITICAL STATE OF MATTERS AT . WANGANUI. Tiip Daily Southern Ciosi, of tho lGth Jlav, rommks - "llio Mnons say they will attack Iho town from llio land and walei sides stiuullniicouslt " Mny 12 half past 11 o clock -lite steamet having boon kept bv the government to the last moment, I wuto to you to say that we have not been attacked y et but we all expect it Tho natives up tho liver aie pupating a large war cttnoo to como down in mid the inland natives aro to attack us at Iho samo tuno on tho lund side 'llio soltheis have tin omi up two le doubts, tho volunten s havo chai go ot the bar lacks and the militia mo on guard ' 'llio Ifangamu Chiomcle of tho lilli savs - "At a late hour on Sat m day night Ali AMntc, tho native usaient lnagistiate leceirod fiom his nsscssois at Ptitikt intelligence that thej hal pisl iccuved ii lettci from tho son of llio luto Hoio Patonc, m which thej weio desired to lcnvol'iilil i and como up the mci, as it was ni tendod that AVangniiui shou...

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TAXES. [CONTRIBUTED.] [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 9 June 1864

[CONTIIIBUTED.] BiriniiNO Ihal tom columns nioopon lo tho public foi the expression of then opinions upon public men mid public niensuics, when tho o opinions me goicincd b^ disciclion, ni dates hil to tioublojou willi tlio lollowmg - llio Colonial licisurci, in his adthess lo Iho House on his iiiinuciiil slnlomenl, said that tho pool of this colong havo no lcnson lo complain of the «lime of taxation thej haio to paj bul the louise, lb it when Um, the pool confino filen consumption lo tea, sugni and cólico, llit\ onh pax pel bend 7s JJd pel anauin ton auls the identic 'lins is no1 ti no and I will proie that the Colonial Truismoi was not well up in his subject when ho nssoi tod sucha fiiltncx Foi lnstnnco, I will tuko the Colomnl 'li cusin ci s own calculation ol 7s 2'd poi head pei annum foi the whole population, and what does (hut pi oto ' Ccitiunlj not Hint this sum is the collett and only amount paul by the poor of tho colong in the shape ol tuxes ontho nlioic mont loned ni tide...

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THE RECENT CRICKET MATCH. TO THE EDITOR OF THE BRISBANE COURIER. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 9 June 1864

THE RECENT CRICKET MATCH. TO TltB'EDITOn OF THE BKISn.VNE COTOlEE. Sill,-In roferenco lo tho intercolonial match, which xvas finished yesterday, 1 am induced to oller an opinion regarding the play towards tho conclusion of tlio ovent. One of tho cricketers on tho Queensland side, Mr. Bolger, mndo a long stand against tho bowling of Messrs. Thompson and AToore, and subsequently of Mr. Lawrence. It will bo recollected flint tho bats- man alluded to was left oui of llio list, of tho twenty-two first, selected, but owing to a general feeling in his favor being shown by the sub- scribers, a revision took piuco, and Mr. Bolger was elected to play. Now that ho has made a stand nguinst tho best bowling, and obtained tho highest scoro-20, thus securing Mr. Alderman Mnyne's cup, somo remarks havo been made rather prejudicial to the reputation of Air. Thompson, insinuating that a desire xvas felt on HieSj-diiej-sidetonllow-Mr. Bolgeragood innings. I am in a position lo givo this statement tv m...

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CORRESPONDENCE. MR. MACALISTER AND THE BRISBANE GAS COMPANY. TO THE EDITOR OF THE BRISBANE COURIER. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 9 June 1864

CORRESPONDENCE. MR. MACALISTER AND THE HRIS , BANE GAS COMPANY. . to TnE EDiioB oi' the imrsiUNE comirER. Silt,-Jn your report of tho debate on Mr. Brookes' motion " for tho production of papers relating to an application by tho Brisbane cor- poration for a grunt of land for tho purpose of erecting premises thereon for the manufacture of gus*? tho Secretary for Lands and AVorks slated " ho was not awnro that ho should havo to givo up his professional practice because ho was a momber of Hint House, or because ho was a member of the government. In this I would join issue willi llio lion, mom- ber, as I find tho very opposite rulo is laid down by such high constitutional authorities as Bcnthaiu, Bailey, &c., who assert that it is an indispensable qualification for a member of par- liament, and much moro so for a member of any responsible government, " thal ho should bo freo from all serious occupation." Mow, xvhnt can bo a moro serious occupation than that of a practising attor...

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