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CENTRAL POLICE COURT. WEDNESDAY, JUNE 8. Before the Police Magistrate. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 9 June 1864
CENTRAL POLICE COURT. Wednesday, June 8. BEFORE the Police Magistrate. DRUNKARDS.-Thomas Dudson pleaded guilty to a charge of drunkenness, and was fined 10s., or 24 hours. LARCENY.-W. H. Cave was charged with stealing a quantity of timber from the works now being carried on for the extension of the English Church at South Brisbane. A con- siderable amount of evidence was taken, but there was nothing in it to attach criminally to the accused, who was accordingly discharged from custody. &nbsp; ASSAULT.-John Orr charged Thomas Slattery with assaulting him on the evening of Monday last, at South Brisbane. The prosecutor stated that on the morning of that day he came into town from Brown's Plains in company with his brother, and they left, their horses at Donovan's Hotel. About 5 o'clock they went back to Donovan's, and shortly before dusk they started to go home. As they were going out of the &nbsp; gate of the hotel yard, Slattery, who was Dono- van's groom, demanded 3...
Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 9 June 1864
STEAMER NOWRA >""Ç«i rpHE above Steamer which possesses «ftö' -L superior accommodation will bo räc§£ available for pic nie 01 pleasme par ties or, can be engaged foi toning vessels at all times when due notice is given a J Ä, G- HARRIS, 5091_Agents 7>üEENSLAND STEAM NAVIGATION v COMPANY TEE MAIL STEAMTR QUEENS LAND will leave for MVR Y BOROUGH GLADSTOÎ.E and KOCK HAMPION, on TUESD iY Juno 21 6S JOHN STEPHENS Sccietan AUSTRAL 1SIAN SU UIKATI »AlION COMPANY STEAM TO SYDNTY -Tho TFTrGEAPH SATURDAY June 11 al 12 30 pm For MARYBOROUGH, GLYDS10\r and ROCKHAMPTON - Tho WILLIAMS, TUESDAY Juno 11 No advanco m rates TO IPSWICH The BRISBANE, This Dai, THURSDAY, Juno 9 at 11 a ni The IPSWICH, on TRIDAY, June 10, at 12 noon The BRISBANE, on SATURDAY, Juno 11, at 12 noon HENRY O REILLY, Agent ASN Company's Offices Brisbane_ AUSTRALASIAN STEAM IsAVIGAlIOî» COMPAN1 Reduction in tlio Freight of WOOL per ASN Co's btcameis TjlROM and after the 1st TUNr _; JJ next, tho TREIGnr for WOOL from tho ...
COMMERCIAL. COURIER Office, Thursday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 10 June 1864
COMMERCIAL CouniEll Oilîcc, Thursday Evening. ' Bl* the Telegraph wo havo files to hand from Sydnoy lo the Gth Juno. Tho folloiving items . '¡uro from the S. JW. lierai J : 1 ' Debentures.-Government debentures ore dull of sale, and lower rates mm-l bo sub .. initted to in order to effect sales. Treasury . .bills uro preferred for remittance, hence Ibis decline in tho value of our debentures. Queens . ' lund government debentures, bearing ii per cent, interest, havo changed hands at 101 and inlorest, and Colonial Sugar Company's doben " rtu'ros at 100 and interest. ***? Business during the week lins been very dull, and ithcite is but little movement to notico in any of our markets. Flour is firmer, and sales of small lots of Adelnido baie been made at C28 per ton. In wheat there lune been jome large ? transactions at 12s (id per bushel, and prices aro inclined to rule higher. In liquids there has been some little business. Tho principal feature is an udvaneo of about Od per gallon i...
SYDNEY. June 9. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 10 June 1864
A KKW trial has been grant ed in tho great racing cuso of Dickson v. O'îifenghor. Oust mid Main havo been committed foi trial on n charge of forgery. The Yarra Yarra has arrived from Brisbane. Muiz'i is quoted nt from ¡is! lo Is. per bushel. Wheat is scarce. The price of w-ool remains unchanged. Hides maintain ii finn price. MELBOURNE. Tho general election is creating great oxcitc nient. Tho markets aro quiet, o»»-ing lo tho English mail being expectod to nrrivo hourly. ADELAIDE. - Tho Superintendent of (ho telegraph depart- ment bus urged upon tho government the ad- visability of constructing a lino to tho north coast. Tho Alexandra (s.S.), with Iho English mail, has been signalled. A SKAMAX, named George Lcletiu, belonging to tho brig Cullender, now* discharging al Hull"» »vhnrf, accidentally fell off the landing stage head foremost into the hold of Hie vessel, yester- day afternoon. AVhen picked up ho was uncon- scious, und it seemed doubtful »»hellier he would rccoicr. Urs. Gunn...
METEOROLOGICAL OBSERVATIONS. THURSDAY, JUNE 9. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 10 June 1864
METEOROLOGICAL OBSERArA'iTONS. TllVnSDAY, JuXB 9. Bbisiiaxi:.-0 a.m.: Barometer (corrected), 29 91S: thermometer (shade), 57-1 ; dilto (dry bulb), 56 G; ditto (wet bulb), 51 G ; force of wind, I ; direction, S. ; extent of cloud, 9 ; weather, dull; eirro-strafus clouds. 3 p.m. : Barometer (corrected), 30 059 ; ther- mometer (shade), ; dilto (dry bulb), G1'5 ; ditto (»vet bulb), 57'5 ; force of wind, 0 ; direc- tion, ; extent of cloud, 9 ; weather, dull ; eumulo-strotus clouds. (Per Electric Telegraph) AVlsn and AViuTitEit.-9 ii.m.: Lytton, S., dull and cloudy ; Ipswich, calm and dull ; Laid- ley, calm and dull; Toowoomba, calm and cloudy; Drayton, calm and dull; Wanvick, E.N.li. and cloudy; Dalby, calm and dull. SvnXEi*.-9 a.m. : Baroineler (corrected), 30-121; thermometer (shade), 50*0; ditto (dry bulb), 47*8; ditto (»vet bulb), 4t'7; forco of wind,»l ; direction, AA". ; extent of cloud, 0; weather fine.
TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. FROM OUR TELEGRAPHIC CORRESSPONDENTS.) ARRIVAL OF THE ENGLISH MAIL. NEWS TO THE 26th APRIL. COURIER Office, 1 a.m. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 10 June 1864
TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. OitoM ora TEU*G*urnic coimr,sro>i>ENTS.) AKRIVAL OF THE ENGLISH MAIL. WFWS TO THE 2GM APRIL. Coübier Oflico, 1 a.m. The steamer Alexandra arrived at Glenelg at fivo o'clock yesterday evening, bringing with her tho European mails per E.M.S.S. Bombay, which arrived nt King Georgo's Sound on tho 5th instant. The following aro the telegrams for- warded to us : The Queen's health lins much improved, and her Majesty is again appearing in public. The Duke of Newcastle is much better. Mr. Stiinsfcld has seceded from tho Ministry in eonsequeneo of attacks rando upon lum in reference to his alleged complicity with Maguire. Mr. Hugh Childers, tho member for Pontcfract, mid lately a resident in Victoria, has succeeded him. Sir Richard Macdonnell, tho late Governor of South Australia) has been appointed Governor of Nova Scotia and New Brunswick. Tho Appeal case against the owners of tho Alexandra has been decided adversely to the government, and tho costs of the appeal ha...
SYDNEY SHIPPING. [BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.] ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 10 June 1864
SYDNEY SHIPPING. [ill* FLLCTRIC TELl'OIlAri!.] AIIUIVAI.S. , Juno 6.-City of Melbourne, s.S., from Mel- bourne ¡ Urara, s., from Grafton; Harriett Armitage, barque, from Otago ¡ Hirondelle, schooner, from Brisbane ; Kembla, s., from the Clydc'TUvcr. .. , ; iirpAitTtmE.-!. Juno 8.--Albert, for the South Sea Islands j Electric, for Sie« art's Iilnnd; Dorl, brig, for Nelson'; Booroowang schooner, for Brisbane ; ' AA'onga AA'onga, s.S., for Melbourne ; Boomerang, ((,-,s.s.,r for Rockhampton ; Grafton, s., for the Macleay River.
SHIP MAILS. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 10 June 1864
SHIP MAILS. The mails, per the Telegraph for New Souih AVules, victoria, South Australia, and Tasmania, will bo made up mid closed at the General Post-office, to-morrow*, ns under : For registered letters, nt 10 a.m. ; for ordinary letters, at 11 a.m. j and for newspapers at 9 a.ni. ' ' - ' Tho late fee mail, for Sydney and Melbourne only,'willclose at 11*30 n.m.
LAND RECENTLY SOLD TO THE HON. W. HOBBS, M.L.C. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 10 June 1864
LAND RECENTLY SOLD TO HON. W. HORES, M.L.C. Return to au address of the Legislativo As- sembly, dutod 25th Muy, 18G1, praying that hi» Excellency tho Governor will bo pleased to cause to bo laid on tho tublo of this House copies of nil correspondence that may ha»*o passed be tw-ccn tho ho». William Dobbs, M.L.G, the Brisbane corporation, and tho goi'ernmcut, re- j spccting tho closing of a street and selling th» / ground with some adjoining lund; also, tin? price of the laud so sold, and ho»v paid for._ Ordered by tho Legislativo Assombly to bo printed, 2Gth May, 1801, " The Sun-oyor-Gcncral to tho bon. tho Secre- tary for Lands and Works. " Surveyor-General's Office, " Brisbane, 25th July, 1863. " Sir,-I havo the honor to submit for con- sideration an application by Dr. Hobbs to closa a portion of Eagle-street, in the city of Brisbatld, and to purchnso the same and an adjoining por- tion of lund between his purchased land and tho extension of Quccn-strcct, undor the 16th und 17th s...
Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 10 June 1864
Auction Sales ABSTRACT OF SALES BY AUCTION, To be held by MARTIN &. DICKSON, At the City Auction Mart, during the current week, commencing each day at 11 o'clock, SATURDAY « Furniture . Sundries And nt the Government Quarantine Pad- dock, South Brisbane, nt 11 a.m. : 98 pure bred Negretti Karns ' 80 thoroughbred Negretti Ewes . l8 thoroughbred Negretti Rams Also 6 splendid Rambouillet Rams. _Champagne Lunch at Noon. 5127 ' ; TO-MORROAV. ; '.- 6 SPLENDID RAMBOUILLET RAMS, 1 2 to 4 years old, just arrived per Prince Consort. To Squatters, and all interested in Pastoral Pursuits throughout Queensland nur*, th0 . neighbouring Colonies. Tir ARTIN & DICKSON havo received in JjJL struetions to sell by auction, nt the Government Quarantine Grounds, South Bris- bane, on SATURDAY, June 11, at 11 a.m. sharp, 6 SPLENDID Ï1AMBOUILLET RAMS, , , from Í? io 4 years old, just landed in magnificent condition and first-rate health from the Prince Consort. These animals ure remarkable f...
Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 10 June 1864
N EX VERNON, FROM LONDON. OAV LANDIN G, 13 Casks SEEDS (nbout fivo Tons), in- cluding n Largo Assortment of tho Choicest Garden and Flo»»er SH1CDS. 1 Cu«o Gurdon GLOVICS, lurgo sizes. 1 Cuso Garden SÏ1UNGES, KNIVES, &c. 1 Cuso POTATOES. 1 ¡i Best Ne»v Kinds lo ñamo. A. J. BOOKINGS, Seedsman, anel Nursorymaii, Queen-street, oppo- sito tho Court-House. 478(5 NEAV SEEDS. JUST LANDED, a Trimo Lot of NEW SEEDS. 3375 A. «T. 710C1CINGS. AVABKNAMBOOL POTATOES. ANDED, on »alo 3003 " ~ A. J. nOCICINGS. PRTMIC SAMPLE JUST Li by the bug or ton. FRUIT TREES. PERSONS ABOUT TO PLANT FRUIT TREKS aro respectfully invited to inspect tho unrivalled stock of ACCLIMATISED PLANTS NOW ON SALE ut tho Nursery of tho Undersigned, embracing all tho Europenn Fruits of First-class vuiictics ¡ Bomo valuable sorts originated by tho ndvortisor, and a great number of fruits and commercial plants, (Colfoe, Ten, Sugar, Ginger, etc., etc.) Tho long exporienco of tho undersigned has enabled him to iidopt ii sys...
NORTH AUSTRALIAN MEETING. (FROM OUR SPECIAL REPORTER.) THIRD DAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 10 June 1864
NORTH AUSTRALIAN MEETING. (riiojr ont svkcial lmroRTER.) Third Day. XJNFOltTaN'.TI.I.Y Iho wtiitbci of lllUlsdlll morning «ns not of a chmntlci hkcl» lo tempt nunn pi i ions fioin then home-« to tho laen tho si > bung ouïrait with clouds ol u »cij suspicious nntuic and Hniutinmg mm n( an» moment Jx-ot» it'islmdui,, thut lint, how i ni the al ti nil mi t w is ami hing lui u si mt cm thou bung l>ct»»ceii tinco and lorn tbousuid persons on the i oui m most ul whom wei eon hoisibnel As on Iho t»»o pu »ion« du» s the aiiiiu0cnunts who ailmnnbU and tbiou0liout the da» I ¡iel e was no1 a single dispute 01 m» I« feu mo whutuii ma 1 al oui a pi ok st J ho i unie! wns nenlliiij« Hut could ho wished indi Hint being li u II» contested loi tin. Consolation Slakes the winner lui hue did nil ltqiiuo to ueo his ulniosl editions the hoists who stalled nennst lum not lulling ucaih inough loot ti nilli a (,ood mee A\ e ma» nuntion Hint his sue-Sn Chill -e win led li]) und do»»n (ho iiiiisc dilli...
The Courier. PUBLISHED DAILY. FRIDAY, JUNE 10, 1864. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 10 June 1864
SDös (¡Courier* PUBLISHED DAILY. FRIDAY, Jü'XH 10, 1SG1. Victoria, happy anil hopeful in her new found conservatism, is not nt peace willi her conservative Chief Secretary. This pet of the Melbourne Chamber of Com- merce-this saviour of a radical-ruining country, at whose advent the press sang Io Pecan-is now charged with offence for that " he will do nothing out of the groove of routine." 1IW mutable are minis- terial virtues and purposes ; how disap- pointing to the expectations of the mer- cantile oligarchy of the '. Queen City'' arc the performances ol' the Premier. Hereto- fore Mr. JM'Cullocu was the Allah of mercantile Melbourne, and tlic.il rgus was his prophet. P>ut this relation between the head of the politicul'and commercial power and the leading organ of public opinion, is no longer a harmonious one. The high function of governmental administration has raised the merchant above the preju- dices of his class, ami lie is not, like his would-be and partial mentor, dispos...
SHIPPING. ARRIVAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 10 June 1864
SHIPPING. ARRIVAL. Juxe 9.-Engle, s.s., 200 tons, Captain Pago, from Sydney tho 6th instant. Passengers : 4 in tho steerage. - - OFF THE PILOT STATION. June ,8.-Bayswater, Black Ball ship, 1245 tons; Captain Morris, from Keppel Bay, with ? immigrants. Bright Brothers, agente. Ipswich Steatht.ii.-The Ipswich will start . from tho A. S. N. Company's wharf at noon to ' ' day. Tho Telegraph will leave for Sydney to- morrow at half-past 12 o'clock. The Eagle, s.S., cleared Sydney Heads at 4'30 p.m. on Monday last, and experienced fine woathor, with westerly winds, until she arrived in Moreton Bay. The ship Hindostán was being towed into Port Jackson as the Euglo passed ' out. On Tuesday, at 8 a.m., the Euglo passed ' tho s.s. Star ofAustralia, and at noon the Agnes Irving passed, bound north. At 7 p.m. she exchanged signals with a steamer, sup- posed to be the Yarra Yarra, and at midnight she passed a vessel bound north, which had tho appearance of a steamship under canvas. The Eagle »va...
Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 10 June 1864
£ - «&A A USTRALASIAN STEAM NAVI Jg^ii- GATTON COMPANY. STEAM TO SYDNEY. -Tho TELEGRAPH, SATURDAY, .Time 11, at 1230 p.m. For MARYBOROUGH, GLADSTONE, mid KOCKHAMPTON. - The "WILLIAMS, TUESDAY, Juno 14. No advance in ratos. TO IPSWICH Tho IPSAYICH, This Day, FRIDAY, Juno 10, at 12 noon. Tho BRISBANE, ou SATURDAY, Juno 11, at 12 noon. HENRY O'REILLY, Agent. A.S.N. Company's Offices, Brisbane._ AUSTRALASIAN STEAM NAVIGATION I COMPANY. Reduction in tho Freight of WOOL per e A.S.N. Co.'s Steamers. $frk TjlROM mid after tho 1st JUNE JyggrJ? noxt, tho FREIGHT for AVOOL from tho Northern Ports to Sydney will ho as under : From Brisbane and Ipswich to Sydney, at 12a. per bale. From Wide Bay, Gladstone, and Rockhampton to Sydney, 15s. per bale. From Pioneer and Port Denison to Sydnoy, 30s. per bale. . SAMUEL CLARK, Manager. A.S.N. Co.'s Pillee, Sydney._4532 BLACK BALL CLIPPER SITIP FLYING CLOUD, FOR LONDON. II. C. Keen, Esq., Commander. á-j_. rTOTE abovo vessel having (ho «hole M\ -L ...
CENTRAL POLICE COURT. THURSDAY, JUNE 9. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 10 June 1864
CENTRAL POLICE COURT. Thursday, June 9. BEFORE the Police Magistrate. &nbsp; Drunkards.-William Pye was fined 10s., or 21 hours, for drunltoniiess, and John D. Cum- ming for Iho saino oll'enco, coupled with dis- orderly conduct, wns lined 20s., or «l8 hours hi confinement. LARCENCY.-Francis Skecno was brought up charged witli stealing n sih-or-momilcd limiting whip, und was roiiinuded for «IS hours for (ho production of evidence. Benjamin Coomer, who was brought up on the previous day on a clharage of having stolen a rug, was again brought before the court, and ordered to find securities for his good behaviour. Daniel Costigan was chargea with stealing ii bottle of gin and other articles from (ho stores of the A.S.N. Company, on tho . 81 h instant. Tho evidence fully convicted him, and he was sentenced to ono month's imprisoument with liavd labor. OUTSTANDING GOODS BY MEANS OF VALUELESS Cnr.QUi.s.-Da»id j. M'Loun, who was brought up for Hie above oll'eneo, and remanded on ¡l...
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 10 June 1864
MARRIAGE. PENDLETON—BOLWELL.—On the 9th June, at Wickham Terrace, by special licence, by the Rev. James Love, Mr. James Pendleton, builder, to Amelia Ann, third daughter of the late Benjamin Bolwell, Esq., Braford, Eng- land.
NEWS AND NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 10 June 1864
NEWS AND NOTES. BY A SYDNEY MAN, I Ut soiiy lo bo hko a stormy peticl, and bring with me such a sad talo of floods by land, nild ihsisteis by tempests at sea, but in pontt of fact there is hltlo else to tell, fold I may as well nfc onco proceed vilh ii Lieutenant Siibv, m hut I«;* lcttei to tho Aigus, had set lloivn tlic 4th of Juno as a day to bo bow ni o of, and ne coi tarni} wusnotfui astnii Hie lib was Satinday, and was a tolciably fino day m S»dtuy , but timing Pinnselaj anil Finlay tho » eiithei was tcinfie-fogg*., mur», cold, blus tiling mid tempestuous ihoiesulls wo loniu ulu iel} m P*1L Font vossels ha» o been lost m Trial Hil. aud ono of these is belle»ed to bo the Riimbo»», tleainCi, Tilth nil hands Tho jintiiulms Of tticso snel occuuenccs you will ceeiiefiom oui woithy cominandoi, Captain riiole, so that I lea» o foi him Pa=«mg Point Dangti to elay wo seonnotlioi wieck])ingn«hoio then and moic bad news ha« piobubl} lciithcd feltlnc) b» this time AVhnt soil ot weathei the...