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MISCELLANEOUS. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 20 July 1861

MISCELLANEOUS. THE Journal de Francfort montions that tho bodies of three well-dressed women wore a few days since taken out of the Sproo, near the Royal Gardon at Berlin. They had boen seen hy several persons walking about near the spot in tho course of the afternoon. Be- fore carrying their intention into execution they had tied themselves together hy incuns of some small cord. Nearly the whole of the town of Ginns, the chief place of tho Swiss canton of that name, was burnt down on tho 10th of May. Advices from Perugia state that a violent shock of oarthquake was felt in that territory a few days since. Several persons wero killed. The San Francisco papers 'say that' the richest gold mines yet discovered ¡are the Pino Alto mines., in the Arozpna territory. They aro Iocatod on the summit' of the Sierra Madae, and are«donsdy wooded with tall pino trees. Soon ofter'tliey wore discovered, what was a howling waste became peopled with' .1000 inhabitants. ,The Messager de Nice says :-Th...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 20 July 1861

CONCERT. BRISBANE SCHOOL OF AKTS. UNDER Tim PATKONAOE OF lils Excellency *fc Sundy flSowein. THE Committee of (lie BRI-BANE CHORAL SOCIETY heg to onnnnoof) that tim next CONCERT «ill ho given on THURSDAY INN- ING NEXT, the 25th in t. Several musical gentlemen havo volunteered their assistance on this oooasion, whon an entiroly now programme will be performed. PROGRAMME : PART 1. Chorna-Hail Smiling Morn . Spnfforth. Song-Roseof Old-Mr. MAAS .... Gol mick. Chorns-O, by Rivera.......Bishop. Tianeforle Fantasia, by Mr. LINTER, . from .* Mose in Egitto' '....;... Thalberg. Chorus-Common Senseand Genius.. Moore. Solo, on Cornet it Piston, by Mr. ROBINS....;. _ " Chorus-When the Mea Sucks...... Purcell. Bone-The Husbandman (from the Seasons).i-'v:"-" ?a7d"; Chorus-The Red Cross Knight.... Coloott. Intorval of'Ten Minntes.Tt PART 2, Chorus-The Bonnie Owl.Davy. Solo-Violin Cavatina, by Mr SMITFT, from '. Fille de Regiment.". Clioros-To nil .yon Ladies.Calcott. Pianoforte Fantasia-" Les Hugu...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Commercial Intelligence. FRIDAY EVENING. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 20 July 1861

fl7<imnierc5uí üntclüxecice. _^ FRIDAY- EVENING. SiMCE the publication of our Summary for the Unglish Mail, there has been little movement in the markets. A disposition is'apparent to hddolT all purchases of imported goods or produce until the whole of the advices arc fully digested : and this disposition has caused n quint market, with low variations in price. ^Qn Thursday the Legislativo Assembly i 'íeijl ¿liÜQuoonsland Loan Dill ii second time, coV'idercd tho Several clauses in committee, and reported the bill to tho house. The re- port Was adopted, and the third reading made an order l'or Tuesday next. The amount ol the loan was reduced £20,000, G per cent, per minimi was fixed as the rate of interest on the debentures, 2 per font, lier annum on tim - funeral revenue is the minimum reserve to b i placed to the .sinking fund, and the doben jtares arc absolutely terminable in 20 years. The noticeable features in the import mar- ket during the week have buen an exceeding...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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COTTON, AND EMIGRATION TO QUEENSLAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 20 July 1861

COTTON, AND EMIGRATION TO QUEENSLAND. A LECTURE was delivered on the 13th inst., at the Polytechnic, Regent-street, descrip- tive of the new Australian Colony of Qneens- land, as a Field for Emigration, and as pe- culiarly adapted for the Production of Cotton, by Henry Jordan, Esq., Queensland Emi- gration Commissioner, T. Bazley, Esq., M.P. for Manchester, in the chair; M.H.   Marsh, K-q , M.P. for Salisbury, sat on the right of the chairman. The Lecturing Theatre was well filled by a highly respect- able audience of both sexes, and several eminent merchants and gentlemen con- nected with the cotton manufacturing inte- rests were present. Mr. Bazley commenced by some very appropriate remarks on the great importance of the subject to be brought before them by the lecturer, whom he introduced as com- missioned by the Queensland Government,   and as having come to this country with the highest testimonials 'of ability and character, and upon whose statements,...

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Civil War in America. (Compiled from various English papers.) LATEST FROM THE STATES. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 20 July 1861

Civil "War ia America. ( Compiled from various English papera.) *^j <t»- ¡, LATEST FROM THE STATES. T WE have received advices from New Yovk to the lGth May, that, is, five days later than those to which we have referred in a previ column. They contain news ot considerable ¡raporlance. The blockade of the Virginia waters was reported to he complete. A pro cautionary notice had been i««ued for all vessels to leave those waters within fifteen days. Charleston, Savannah, and Mew Orleans were to be blockaded within a week. The Mniyland Legislature, nfter having voted adherence lo the Union, had adopted a resolution condemtiint; the war, and du eountenancing the inlerl'eieneo of the Federal troops. Gcnei.il Butler, with 2000 Federal troups, had taken possession of 15.il timoré without resistance, and had pro- claimed martial law. The subscriptions of the States, cities, and individuals in the North in aid of the war, amounted to 23,000,000 dollars. Washington was placed under ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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DALBY. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) DALBY, JULY 16. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 20 July 1861

DALBY. (lTtOit OUIt OWN CaREEspONDKKT.) DALBY, JULY IG. A MAGiSTrjuiAr, inquiry has just boen held in the Co'iit-house, touching the death of a mau named Ale\ indei Thompson, who died sud- denly mi Situ-day last, fiom the liiptuic of a blond \os«ol. The icidict Inought in was death horn nntuial caii«e». The man was a widow«, but I hoar that ho has thice chil dieii in Belfast, Ii eland, Hu was one of the budge pitty, under the superintendente of Mi. Oldham. . I hine j'ibt been informed that tho body of the mau drowned in tin Condamine borne time u*o h ia been disco\eied, and that .icim ht ihle has been sent to inter it. The rom lins, wcio in a icty decomposed state, and weie Hist found by some caiiieis camped in the i ieiuity. I suppose that a magistenal iu quiiy will be hold. The weather is fine, but by no mcaus bottled.

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IPSWICH. FRIDAY (YESTERDAY.) (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 20 July 1861

IPSWICH. FxtiüAV (YESTERDAY.) (most oon OWN coiiunseoNw-xT.) 1 Tiiouuni' the picture drawn in your sum« mary of the prospects of farming throughout the colony, was very satisfactory. I appre- hend that the particulars of agriculture and market-gardening in this immediate district, would bo anything but pleasing. The con- tinued wet has, in some, and I suppose in must instances, prevented anything being done in the garden way for some months past. But agriculture is not the only interest that has miU'crcd from this cause. I know that of the sheep stations this side ol' the range, not many have escaped the plague of foot-rot ; one station I heard of had some seven thousand sheep afflicted with it, and another tlio wholeof the sheep. As to cotton, I should like to believe that it might, by hook or by crook, provo profit- able; and If Asiatic labor were introduced on a small soalo by private enterprise, and under severe restrictions, I think it might. As to its indiscriminate introducti...

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WEEKLY EPITOME. FRIDAY EVENING. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 20 July 1861

?A4'IK¡-¿M. ¡LI' BSPrrOilfiiS. Pitrovï EvnsiXG. Tiinprincip.il item of interest this week, ¡s the resignation of Dr. Hobbs as conductor of Government business in the Legislative Council, which took place on Wednesday last. The reason assigned for this btcp, is the interference of the ollieo with professional engagements. The duties are now tempo- rarily performed by the Honorahlo J. Balfour. Captain Morriset has resigned his appoint- ment ns Commandant of the Native Police forco, and is temporarily succeeded by Lieu- tenant Bligh. The Government have fixed upon a site for the Court House, Warwick, in the Recrea- tion Reserve. The Report of flin Native Pnlico Committee was laid on the table of the Legislative Assembly on Thursday last, and its adoption is moved for nu Wednesday next. Intelligence has been received, in a letter from Dr. Lang,*that tho Mossrs. B.tiiic:?, of Liverpool, have resolved upon dispatching to this colony, the Wansfell, a vessel of 15(W tons burthen. The Revenu...

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Letter to the Editor. THE STATE OF THE COLONY. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 22 July 1861

liClter to Aïne !SaS3ü,í7B*. THE STATE OF THE COLONY. SIR-Upon ahite fisttvi occa ton the Pre sident of the Legislative C mncil took occa sion to deliver a pamgjne upontleescil ltucy of the Goiem )r s a Imtnisti ition-tin uisdim of his alnsers-the adv meempiit if Qucenslan I, and how ils pi giess politically nd mir ill«, ivis the tliLino ifptusoin tin B itish Pirliimenr, and in tilt journals of fingí mil mid ^nienci Such may bo the opi non of Lieutenant Oil mci O Ginui.ll and tlnso whnlmc s ne i t1ii.ii own pin posts at tho c\p»nse of the cdiny bul such is mt the opinion of tht rist ot the people Cliss Icgishtion Ins tuumphcl in I ho lan 1 the yen 1> liases, un let which tho g nomment nu dit hin opened a wiv for the settlement ol the di* tiitts neir the tonns 1} a chss between the rich sqnittti an 1 the libner, hue been changed to live y e us' leases '1 he agricultural reserves aie notornus shams R al est ito all oiei the col mi, e\cept in Brisbane i-, »steadily deprecating in vi...

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PORT CURTIS. [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.] GLADSTONE, JULY 16. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 22 July 1861

PORT CURTIS [rlîOJI OUI! OWN' COIMESFONDKXT.] GiiAUs-rnxK, JUI«Y IG. BUT littlo has transpired since my last to interrupt (he monotony of our every day life, or to afford mutter for a lengthy and inter- esting communication. Otu- police cases from wO'-k to week ave generally but few, and pelly in their chiracter, wholly uti worthy of being recorded for the edification of distant readers. I cannot imagino how it is thal some of your correspondents ap- pear lo feel so much pleasure in detailing those ttivial eases which come befoio the magistrates ol' their districts. To my own mind, such attention, under ordinary circum- stances, are not only stipeifluous but quite butdi'tisomi« on to a letter. The late Brisbane papers I scejdo not refer to the resignation of our member, Mr. Fits; simmons, but by the last mail I saw a letter from bim in which he says that such had actually taken place, and that ho thought, the eslimaios li iving passed, his presence in the Assembly wis no longer esse...

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CENTRAL POLICE COURT. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 22 July 1861

CENTRAL POLICE COURT. I SATOKIIAI-.-Before the Mayor. Willi tin Norris, charged with being drunk, disorderly, and using oiiscotu language, was fined 10s., or, in default, w is sou tensed to one month's imprisonment with hard labour.

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SYDNEY MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 22 July 1861

SYDNEY MARKE IS. Ey rho Yura Yarm we hine advice«) from Sydiu-y to the 18tlt iii staut. Tau utily altera- tion in in iikoí> took place on tobacco. Tim Ileruld of tue ISth in staut writ, is : " Several parcels p f tobacco have psissed at higher rates. This was occa' n'oned by the publication of a tele gram sont'ria Malta to a largo mercantile hoi tso in this ci ty, and which we published on th< 112th instant. The fact stated wai ' that to bacco bad advanced up- wards of 30 per can t. in the States ; tîiat the, ¡Southern ports \?er< i blockaded raid navigation' stepped.' This is ci snfirmed by other advices, and hence the lise in price' Tho same journu 1 gives the following items of information rcliiki voto English shipments for April and the 3 Tay wool sales : The declined va Ino of the. cargoes of the several vessels wit ich have cleared from Lon- don and Liverpool during the month of April for the port of Syâncy amounted to £174,!>:ii; which is an increa...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 22 July 1861

THE COUBIEB IS THE ONLY RNAL m AND circulates extensively in every part of this colony, and also lu New South Wales, Victo- ria, and the neighbouring provinces. ' TEUMS OF SUBSCRIPTION: Per Quarter (in advance). 15j. Single copies. 4d. The Quarters terminate on 31st .MARCH, 30th JUNE, 30UI SEFTEMBEB, um! 31st DECEMBER, at which periods only can subscribers resign. Persons de- sirous of subscribing during the currency of a quarter will only be clinrged from tho dute of their commencing. All instructions from advertisers must bo'given in writing Advertisements must have the num- ber ol' insertions marked on them, otherwise tliey will be inserted and charged for till counter- manded. Advertisements from Non-subscribers must be paid for previous to insertion. - Orders for withdrawal or alteration must he Bent to tlie olllce (in writing) BEFORE FOUR O'CLOCK on tie day prior to publication. SUMMARIES ron EUROPE. Just previous to the departure of tho moll for England, a Summary of the mont...

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Weekly Calendar. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 22 July 1861

.Weekly CalemBäBaz*. HIGH "WATTS AT EM-BANE. Days. Mowltiv-. TupMhiy . Wednesday ... Thtti «tiny. fcVlday. Saturday. Sunday. Uite. ?Inly. 22 23 .24 i!5 «0 :'7 Morn. 10 50 11 46 » tit 1 28 2 -.1) a IU U 23 0 IO i 1 O 1 1 r>4 I 2 -1(5 3 sa 3 öl ' 4 l8 Sex. Rise*. Pet«. 0 4S .-, 23 li 48 fl S3 li 47 .i 24 ii 47 fi 24 (i -Hi :. 25 6 4(i .-) 26 6 4ti 5 2G "Wo me compelled to omit the ttitjot- jiortion oC our j SyiVjpy o-orrespoiulHii's " News mill Xin>s ;" i ' o letter troio l'u¡ t. Denison ; und sever.il com- ! 1 liiunic.itlon't on various topi"*. ' I

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ROCKHAMPTON. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) ROCKHAMPTION, JULY 16, 1861. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 22 July 1861

ROCKHAMPTON. (FROM OUR OWN COKllKSroNDENT.) EOOKII \MPToN, JüLsr 16,1861. No1 much moro than two months ago, one rainy <in>, we were fnoied willi n. visit bom s Sidney gcntlun m Mysterious and stealthy were his movements, and many we e the coijcetuies ns to "ifhat he w is alter' He was seen flitting about in tin rain, fiom stoio to store, with a hunud business like air f i one diy only , and then bo di pirted as suddenly as he cime Gridu illy, the secret oozed out, and itwis infi leutmlly whispcud hy a f< w of the f ivoied oues that the stringer ha 1 como to pn spect " foi a new paper Afti r « ntins m tip toe with o\pcctttion i fe \ weel s, tint, limb of the press" stiited up ii, our mi 1st bringing phut and mntonil for the st iblts'iment of the ItocMiumpt m Bulletin By the bye did this new fru nd of vours ftney himself an Umperoi, that he must iu ( ds issut Ins bulletin 1 It w til 1 be difficult to d'scubc theexcite mi tit cn ited by the advent of mci paper...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 22 July 1861

B UTLIÍB, BROTHERS, & UHlI'r.HOUsK, "WHOLESALE SADDLERS, HARNESS MARKUS ANO SADDLERS' IRONMONG1KS, Walgali, Fngland; ard Pitt-street, Sydney, near the Metropolitan Hotel. HOPKIN"» AND CRAWFORD, AUCTIONEERS, House, Land, Estate, and Commission AGEN rs, SHEEP, CATTLE, STOCK, & STATION SALESMEN, AND INSURANCE BROKERS, Garner of Queen and Albert Streets. BRISBANE. WITH reference to the ahove, J. HOPKIN« begs to inform his constituents and l hi public, I lint he will hold his usu I sales tit the lirishano Horse. 11 mar, at the r>ar ol his old premise», every MoNU.iY, THU1..">DAY, mid SATülUmV EDWARD BREMNER, CABINET MAKER. UPHOLSI'KKER. and BI'DSTKAO .MANUKACrUKHK, No. l, Queen-street, Umbaue, opposite the Immigration Hariaeks. THOMAS J. BOWN, Plumber and Pump Manufacturer lill, lUlIItKBT BTIUKT, blUJlKY. MORUWOOD and ROGKIIS' new brand ol plain and con limited g-dv united iron Uiitit'iintr. doun pipes, bends, Ac. I'uiiipaol efiry tlesciipu, n on hand T.mks of any* ...

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IPSWICH. SATURDAY, JULY 20. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 22 July 1861

IPSWICH. SATunriAY, JtJi/y 20. (IT.OM ouït OWN coanasi'OXDENa-.) Til KUI: was a sale of furniture, «fee, by Mr. Cockburn at the Bank of New South Wale.*, Mr. Gibson, the manager, being about to re- move to the Sydney bank. Mr. Lloyd sW-euds him hero. The North Australian, yesterday pointed out that in the plan of the New Po-it Office im provision is made for an increase of busi- ness. I am informed that the government do not intend lo meddle with the control which the Municipal Council exercises over the wharves. On the other hand, I think it probable that tho right to lease them will have to be vested pernmni-nily in the corporation. 1 hope Mr. Manton and the diroclors of tile Copprr Mining Company will take steps to sound the confidence of the Queenslander in their anticipations of ptofit. Tie first payment meeting of the Second Equitable Investment Building Society, took place last, [«vening. In tb" advertising columns of the North Australian, Mr. E. B. Cullen, late Secretary lo ...

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Display Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 22 July 1861

. NOW_OTEF. SAMUEL DAVIS & CO. WHOLESALE AND KETAII GROCERS, IRONMONGERS. -. CLOTHIERS. DRAPERS, BOOT, GIASS. ' - - AND CBOCKEET MERCHANTS. CORNER OF QUEEN AND GEORGE STREETS. IVOIiTII BRISBANE. \> ÍTIHB ATTENTION of the PUBLIC is specifically drawn to the undermentioned ' «J. LIST of ARTICLES constantly on hand at the above Stores : GROCERIES. Best Mac Tt tea, per lb. ... Ditto Gunpowder, per lb. Fine brow n «sugar, per lb. Light bro<wn sugar, per lb. Loaf sugar, per lb. Best curra'ii ta, per lb. Best raisins, per lb.... ... Muscatels, per lb. Sinclair's h aras, per lb. ... English oh jose, per lb. ... 'Best Patnp» rice, per lb. ... Mocha coffee, per lb. £ 8. d. 0 2 6 0 3 6 0 . 5 0 0 5i 0 0 ti 0 0 8 0 0 8| 0 1 0 0 1 é 0 1 4 0 0 3 0 1 6 Pickles, assorted, per bottle ... Sardines, per tin . Red herring«, per tin . Bottled fruits, per bottle New jamB, per jar. Sperm candles, per lb. Curry, per bottle .... Almonds in shell, per lb. Champion's pure vinegar, per qua...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 22 July 1861

REMOVAL. KEMOYAL. REMOVAL. JOHN M A'K ¿WELL, ÏEOÎf SîON'OSSfc, CHINA M BRO HAUT, AND^LASS DEALER, IN rclnirnin g thanks for pn*.t fnvois, bpsr* to inform his ft ¡ends and the public, that he has REMOVED to Ins NEW STORES, NEXT to Messrs. PLAVELLE BROTHERS and CO., and OPPOSITE Mr. E. B SOUT.'HFJRDE N 'S, where his stuck of IRONMONGERY, CHINA, GLASS, &c, Can ' be much better «selected from than ii j his OLD PRRMÍSES. The STOCK is now bein' » lepk'iii-heil with purchase*! anivpd per RIFLEMAN, via ¡sydney. J. M. would call special attcnticn to hi« ee v s ça - ¡ti * j» ra IT ® © ii s, man wfachired to hi» order, nnd wurran»,ed. The stock of FUKNISniNG IRONMONtJERY is always well selected. CHINA nu di -GLASS omi lvbid at very low prices. « BUILDERS will always fi'jtl a good assortment of MATERIALS, of a superior qua]' ¡ty, at moderate pneos. CARPENTERS and CABTNET MAKERS will find a good assortment of Flrtusftö, Snîvs, anti CBtâseîs by the lipst makers. ' SQUATTERS and STOREKEEPE...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 22 July 1861

Steam tu Sydney. Ill' YARRA YAltRAfrmi GEO. D. WEI1B, . Agent. U,'AM'hUu strong neuve LAD,' to ilma a llukei'a Cart. Apply to AMOb GLOVIil., (íenrge-íttieet, UAiNTKDa Female GI'NKKAL Slir.VANT. Apply to Mis. UhOliGl'.0'BniKN,yueeu street. ' ti A VI I M l'.flPLOiAll'..\r on a btatm» 11 b> a Alan and Wile, omi Sin 13 y can of airo. Apply by litterio li, II., Othce ot tim I per n .liMhi) Uo AUl.lv hlvAAiluN lor ihe lins.' " Hl'S'ds," hound tor London. p|)lf 'IV otel. Hotel TS7AÍ5TF» for « Lady a FIIRAISHFD ,, * T Bl ÖROOM an) BOARA with a respect ir ablo private tiirilily (nrt bl a boarding house) in tow i or the immédiate uetnity Address W S, Po t Offi e . S1HI nive tiser (a v mrg hu») wishes to obtlm L a few WU--IC. PDPILS as beginners, whom she «oii'd mstrimt eifhei at her own home, or at their re i Inures For terms and particul irs opplt, bi letter, to PI VNO, olheo oí tins paper. Relerenoi', if required &OLOrN KOOT HOUS1, Queen stiert, Kris bane -Wanted a fiist rate BOO...

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