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TIDE TABLE. HIGH WATER AT GOVERNMENT WHARF. [Newspaper Article] — The Moreton Bay Courier — 5 September 1846

TIDE TABLE. H-IGH WATER AT GOVERNMENT WHARF. MORN. EVEN. "Sept. 5-Saturday. 10.19 10.49 ' 6-Sunday ..:.. 11.16 11.40 7-Monday../.. 12.1 12.14 8-Tuesday. 12.35 12.53 9-Wednesday. 1.8 1.23 10-Thursday. 1.49 2.4 li-Friday. 2.19 2.53

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MOUNT ESK METEOROLOGICAL TABLE. [Newspaper Article] — The Moreton Bay Courier — 5 September 1846

MOUNT ESK METEOROLOGICAL TABLE. Foa August, 1844. ^ THERMOMETER. Mean daily temperature for the month» 53.18 ..vJiM"" <""'.", WIND. Direction-N.I days S. 3 days NE .. 5 S.W... 4 N.7 W.... 1 i* - . - S.E. .. 3 N.W.. 7 \ 1 SForce -Calm ....":....'?.. 4 - Moderate .."... 21 ' . - Strong breeze . 6 ,. , WEATHER. ."Sun shone out on 31 days j rain fell on 11 1/ days ; thunder on 0 days. * August, 1845. " thermometer. -Mean daily temperature for the month, ffoA $|r degrees. WIND. - - " Direction-N. .... 3 days S.A days " s N.E... 2 S.W../5 . E.9 r w:.S. i" y" . rS.E. .i t$ N.W.. 7 Koree-Ca|p ..'../... 0 « * "" Moderate..*.J.,.. 25 j4 Strong breeze."?/..,.. 6 "^ ? WEATHER. / ^ Sun shone on 30 days; rain fell'on I day; thunder on 0 days. - ' August, 1846. \ thermometer. s ~ i\feait daily temperature for the month, 54.9 \ degrees. \ ' \ \ WIND. \ Direction--^.1 days S. 3 days * î NJ... 5 S.W... 5 / E. y.. 4 W.... 5 JS.E/..2 N.W.. 6 _-- ^ :Force-^Calm .."...... A. 0 . Moderate..?......

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Moreton Bay Courier — 5 September 1846

NOTICE.       Mr. THOMAS ALFORD, of the Springs, Darling Downs, has been appointed Agent   for this Journal. Subscribers who have not paid   their quarterly accounts, are requested to pay them   to him at their earliest convenience. His receipt will be considered a valid discharge.

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Moreton Bay Courier — 5 September 1846

i» A. - P ÈDU.CTl#N 'OF FARÏl ES . TO SYDNEY, *** * by 'tb/í aunter Uiver Company's Packet TAMARA,, . Satfon.*.À £4 0 0 SKaerage....\ï-2 0 0 H. Bis. NVCo.'s Wharf, South Brisbane. " B STEAM TO SYDNbW, Y th¿ Hunter River Steam Navigation Co.'s Packet \ TAMAR.- \ On T^URSÇAY, 10th SEPTEMBER, And on every alternate Thursday duriing the Season. > H.R.-S.N.Co.'s Wharf, South Brisbane. ' "EXPERIMENT.** THE STEAMER * EXPERIMENT, A. Campbell, master, will in future leave ipswich every _ Monday and Thursday mom <5ng, at 9 -o'clock precisely ; and Brisbane, every Tuesday and Saturday, at the same hour, ex- cepting in cases where the arrival of the Sydney Steamer may prevent it. * - Refreshments provided on board at moderate charges. "TheJpllQWlnffJs., the correctod^^s^^Fares,'. Freight, and Storage, viz. j-Sj'< Cabin Passage, 6s. ; Stberagb, 4s. .: i 8. d. Dray . 20 0 Dead weight, per ton. 10 0 Pipe, butt, or puncheon . 6 0 Pair wheels.>.. 5 0 Hogshead . 4 0 Barrel...

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THE Moreton Bay Courier. SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 5, 1846. [Newspaper Article] — The Moreton Bay Courier — 5 September 1846

            THE Moreton Bay Courier. so ar SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 5, 1846.   The necessity of a Bank to give security and facility to our commercial transactions, -the benefits that would result from its establishment-were pointed out in the   second number of this journal. Our re- marks excited general attention, and their justice was everywhere felt and acknow- ledged. "WE WANT A BANK," indeed. Fluctuating currency, embarrassed and   cumbrous interchange, the necessity for   occasionally resorting to the clumsy ope-   ration of barter, restricted credit which,   engendering distrust, often makes the man of wealth to suffer with the man of straw, and, vice vena, producing uncertainty, allows the unsubstantial speculator to oc- cupy the position, for a time, of the man of means-our whole trade, in short, bound as with bonds of steer...

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COLONIAL ABSTRACT. [Newspaper Article] — The Moreton Bay Courier — 5 September 1846

COLONIAL ABSTRACT.   All charges, in the shape of harbour dues or pilotage, have been abolished by the Government of Western Australia-The expedition under the command of Mr. Horrocks, the object of which is to explore the unknown country northward to the ranges of Mount Arden, had started from Adelaide. -Mr. G. Arden's new journal, to be published at Geelong, Port Phillip, is to be entitled the Austral Gazette, and is to be published semi-weekly. - During the late.attack on the Hutt post in New Zealand, some of the assailants, armed with toma- hawks, entered the hut of Sergeant Norton, occu- pied his wife and five little children. The natives ordered Mrs. Norton off with threats, but with true motherly devotion, she refused to go, not being able to carry, her poor infants with her. She also threw what little money she had on the ground before them, and stood over the children. Even these savages were so charmed with her spirit that they left the hut without injuring an...

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. DEPARTURES. [Newspaper Article] — The Moreton Bay Courier — 5 September 1846

  SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE DEPARTURES. Sept. 4. Skerne, brig, Captain Love, for Sydney, via the Logan River. " Mary Ann, cutter, Captain Mann, for   Sydney, via the Logan River.     EXPORTS     Skerne: 120 hides, Green ; 40,000 feet timber,     Sutton.         The "Peruvian."-By the arrival of the American whaler Pleiades, we have been placed in possession of the exact position of the wreck of this unfortunate vessel. Captain Russell states that he boarded her on the 28th of May last, when she was high and dry on a reef in lat 28' 40 S., long. 159 58 E. Her hull had been much stove in the bottom forward, through which the water rushed at high tide ; her mainmast and mizenmast were gone, but the foremast and fore topmast were standing with the topsail and fore sail hanging from the yards. A search was made ??????????? document of the...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Moreton Bay Courier — 5 September 1846

BIRTH. On the 31st ultimo, Mrs. Warner, of a daughter.

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Moreton Bay Courier — 5 September 1846

WOOL VESSEL FOR LONDON DIRECT. SHOULD sufficient encouragement be given, the undersigned will procure a first class   vessel in Sydney, to load from this Port direct to London.                 Parties requiring advances, in their shipments.     can receive the same on the terms usually charged in Sydney.   A list of intended shippers lies at the office of P. W. Welsh, South Brisbane ; John Richardson, North Brisbane ; Colin Campbell, Esq., Darling Downs ; Mr. .Thomas Alford's, Post Office, Dar- ling Downs; and at my office, Custom House, North Brisbane. GEO. WATSON,     Custom House Agent. " SALE BY AUCTION; , V MR. T. DOWSE \X^ILL Sell by Public Auction,,at his Rooms, ? * Queen-street, North Brisbane, on TUESDAY NEXT, the 8th SEPTEMBER, At 11 o'clock, . Merchandise, Wearing Apparel, and other Effects j ...

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BRITISH AND FOREIGN INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Moreton Bay Courier — 5 September 1846

BRITISH AND FOREIGN INTELLIGENCE. Her Majesty and H.R.H. Prince Albert will, at the commencement of the autumn, again repair to Scotland to pass some weeks -in the Highlands. It is stated that the Queen and the Prince Consort intend to visit several of the resident aristocracy, aud that they will principally reside at Blair Athol, the beautiful seat of the Duke of Athol. Sir John Ross, the. enterprising Polar navi- gator, has become bankrupt. The cause was the debts incurred upon his exploring expeditions, which were chiefly or altogether undertaken at the expense of his own funds, or those of his friends. The despatches of Mr. Gladstone to the Governor General of Canada are such as to show, says the Tmes, " that the new Colonial Secretary will perform the duties of his office with greater skill, and therefore with better success, than any of his     late predecessors." Mt. O'Connell has " come out" in rather a new aspect this week,-that of chairman of a Pa...

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NEVER RAIL AT THE WORLD. [Newspaper Article] — The Moreton Bay Courier — 5 September 1846

NEVER RAIL AT THE WORLD. Never rail at the world—it is just as we make it, We see not the flower if we see not the seed ; And as for ill-luck, why it's just as we take it— The heart that's in earnest, no bars can impede. You question the justice which governs man's breast,               And say that the search, for true friendship is   vain ; But remember, this world, though it be not the best,       Is the next to the best we shall ever attain.   Never rail at the world, nor attempt to exalt That feeling which questions society's claim ;   For often poor friendship is less in the fault, Less changeable oft, than the selfish, who blame :   Then ne'er by the chances of fate be deprest, Nor wear like a fetter. Time's sorrowful chain ; But believe that this world, though it be not the best,   I...

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LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Moreton Bay Courier — 5 September 1846

LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. The Blacks.-Intelligence reached Brisbane yesterday evening, that a body of the natives, numbering about five hundred, belonging to the Rosewood Scrub, Tent Hill, and other tribes in the neighbourhood of Lockyer's Creek, tu- multuously assembled at Mr. Coutts' head station. headed by the notorious black, " Campbell ;" and threatened to murder the inmates unless their de- mands for money and provisions were complied with. We are informed that Campbell, who both speaks and understands a good deal of English, accompanied by about twenty blacks, went up to Mr. Coutts' hut, and demanded ten pounds, in "big fellow white money," four figs of tobacco   for each of his companions, and some " budgere flour," " bail ration" flour. Mr. Coutts refused to supply the rascals with anything ; and matters were proceeding to extremities, when two of Mr, Coutts' neighbours, with a black boy, opportunely arrived at the station. As soon as they had reached the hut, the gr...

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TIDE TABLE. HIGH WATER AT GOVERNMENT WHARF. [Newspaper Article] — The Moreton Bay Courier — 12 September 1846

TIDE TABLE. HIGH WATER AT GOVERNMENT WHARF. MORN. EVEN. "Sept: 12-Saturday. 1.25 . 1.40 13-Sunday . 1.57 2.14 . H-Monday. 2.32 2.45 15-Tuesday. 3.8 3.0 16-Wednesday. 3.47 ¡4.8 17-Thursday. 4.43 5 22 l8-Friday. 5.54 6.31

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Moreton Bay Courier — 12 September 1846

B STEAM TO SYDNEY, Y the Hunter River Steam Navigation Co.'s Packet TAMAR: THIS MORNING, AND ON THURSDAY, 24TH SEPTEMBER, And on every alternate Thursday during the Season. ' FARES:- ! Saloon..l....- £4 0 0 Steerage.< .. 20 0 H.R.S.N.Co.'s Wharf, ' jf . ] South}Brisbane. iT » , ,i n i FOR SYDNEY. THE PACKET-SCHOONER x WILLIAM* Freeman, master, will sail from Campbell's Wharf, Kangaroo Point,, for the above port, on WEDNESDAY next. ' For freight or passage, apply to the master on board ; or to JOHN CAMPBELL, Kangaroo Point. SALE BY AUCTION. MR. DOWSE I^ILL Sell by Public Auction, at the quar "" ters of Mr. Surveyor Burnett, on MONDAY NEXT, THE 14TH INST., At 12 o'clock. The under-mentioned articles, viz. :-' ' x< Two Drays v An old Boat ; Tarpawlins <. Bullock Harness Tents, Boat Sails, and other useful articles. On account of the Survey Department. Terms- Cash. SALE BY AUCTION. MR. T. DOWSE V\^ILL Sell by Public Auction, immediately v * after the Sal...

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A WASHINGTON WAR-CRY. (From Punch) [Newspaper Article] — The Moreton Bay Courier — 12 September 1846

A WASHINGTON WAR-CRY.           (From Punch) Raise high the shout of-warfare ! E'en now proud. England cowers,       As Washington upon her head         Scorn and saliva showers.           Soon the great Columbian Eagle O'er ocean wide shall soar ; With, cock-tail and mint-julep,   He's already half-seas o'er.         Arise, arouse for Oregon ! --   Prate not to us of RIGHT !           Sons of the Pilgrim father's;               We take our stand on MIGHT.       The favored race of Freedom &amp...

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVAIS. [Newspaper Article] — The Moreton Bay Courier — 12 September 1846

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVALS. Sept. 7. William, schooner, Freeman, from Syd- ney, 3rd instant. 8. Gipsey, schooner, 32 tons, Evans, from Sydney, 26th August.       10. Tamar, steamer, Allen, from Sydney, 3rd instant. Passengers - Captain       O'Connell and Lady, Mr. St. George Gore, Mr. Sutton, Mr. Jones, and Lieut.     Blamire. - Steerage-44 soldiers of the     99th Regiment, 26 labourers, and 2       women.     DEPARTURE.   Sept. 9. Gipsey, schooner., Evans, for Sydney. via River Tweed. IMPORTS. William : 1 cask wine, 50 bags floury Coley ;   4 bags potatoes, 1 cask soda, 1 bale slops, Little and Phelan ; 10 bags flour, C. Mackenzie ; 20 bags salt, 20 bags, 1 ton potatoes, White ; 8 hhds. ale, Harris ; 1 box tin, Smith ; 1 case groceries, McLean ; 2 cases cand...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Moreton Bay Courier — 12 September 1846

"EXPERIMENT." THE STEAMER EXPERIMENT, A. Campbell, master, will in future leave Ipswich every _ Monday and Thursday morn- ing", at 9 o'clock precisely; and Brisbane, every Tuesday and Saturday, at'the same hour, ex- cepting in cases where the arrival of the Sydney Steamer may prevent it. Refreshments provided on board at moderate charges. The following is the corrected List of Fares, Freight, and Storage, viz. : . CABIN PASSAGE, 6S. ; STEERAGE, 4S. .... 6. d. Dray. 20 0 .Dead weight, per ton. 10 0 Pipe, butt, or puncheon ,. 6/0 Pair wheels.?;. .<. v.. & 0 Hogshead... .*. .\. .4 0 Barrell.>$ 2 3 I Three dozen cask or case.v.... 2 0, Wool, per bale .,.'.....^2 0 Quarter-cask.......... '2 0 Ten-gallon keg.:.<.. 1 6 Five-gallon keg.:..-. v :. 1 3 Chest tea.:.. 1 0 Sheep-skins, per bundle of 25.0 9 Half and quarter, chests tea.» 0 9 For every dozen extra. 0 3 STORAGE PER WEEK, Fourteen days being allowed free, Measurement goods.,. 2 0 Cartage, per ton."2 ...

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COLONIAL. CAPE OF GOOD HOPE. [Newspaper Article] — The Moreton Bay Courier — 12 September 1846

COLONIAL. CAPE OF GOOD HOPE. Via Western Australia we have South African papers to the 24th April. Letters dated April 11th had just been received from Sir Peregrine Maitland at Graham's Town, stating that the troops had entered Kaffirland in three divisions ; and subsequent advices made known that his Excellency the Governor had reached Port Victoria with the reserve force; whilst Colonel Somerset with his division had crossed the Keiskamma without encountering any resistance. It is impossible to form any opinion here as to the extent, duration, or consequences of the Kaffir war ; but the total interruption of peaceful pur- suits and a wide-spread alarm amongst the frontier settlers are manifest enough, and the Missionaries have mostly withdrawn from the remoter scenes of their labours. The Rev. G. Green, Wesleyan Missionary at Mount Coke, appears to have made his escape out of Caffirland to Fort Peddie with great difficulty. He saw several bodies of Caffirs armed and mounted, and ...

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NEW ZEALAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Moreton Bay Courier — 12 September 1846

NEW ZEALAND.       FROM the Wellington Independent of August 5, we learn that the intestine war between the settlers and the natives was still going on and that there had been another brush between the natives and the gun-boat under the command of Mr. McKillop, of H.M.S. Calliope, who started from the en-   campment at Parirua towards the position occupied   by the hostile natives, for the purpose of drawing them out. A number of them came down the hill to the beach, rushed into the water, boldly faced the boat, and fired volley after volley into it.   None of the Europeans were injured, but several of the balls struck the boat. Several of the na-   tives fell, and ultimately retired after having ex-   pended five rounds of canister and ball. Mr. McKillop's musket burst in his hand, but fortu- nately he remained uninjured. His Excellency Captain Grey presented the gallant young of...

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BRITISH AND FOREIGN INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Moreton Bay Courier — 12 September 1846

BRITISH AND FOREIGN INTELLIGENCE. - It is a singular circumstance that the yam crop in the West Indies should have failed like our po tatoe crop. In consequence of this, large orders have arrived in London from the West Indies for supplies of potatoes, which have been necessarily rejected. - It is said there are 623,000 young ladies at this moment receiving their education in French 'convents. ^EMIGRATION AND COLONIZATION.-During the last'week a meeting of the highest respectability has been held at the Mansion House, to set on foot a subscription, upon a liberal and extended scale, for remedying the spiritual destitution-that is) the want of places of worship1 and ministers of religion -in those places to which our coun- trymen1 are constantly emigrating, to better their condition, and ultimately to enlarge the power and resources of their father land. Even in a religious point of view this is a subject which no right-minded man can look upon with indifference ; but there are also ...

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