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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Moreton Bay Courier — 29 April 1848

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVALS. ?.April 22. Tamar, steamer, Allen, from Sydney. Passengers-Mrs. Russell, Mrs. Came- ron, and seven in the steurage. ' "24. Secret, schooner, Higgins, from Syd . , ney., JFawengeYs-Captain Mallard,, Mrs. Mallard, two Misses Mallard i? àjidh two in the^iéèrage.i 1 j ; ;/{ *' -. 26. ColumbhtefMchooner, Jackson, i(rom; Sydney^,/ÍPassengers'-Mr. Whitting,;. Mr. Bouverie, Mr.; Watson, 37 in the' steerage, and 27 immigrants' per Subraon. \ , DEPABTURES. April 25. Cliampion, schooner, Collins, for Syd- ney. " Effort, schooner, Thompson, for Wide Bay. 28. Tamar, stcamîr, Allen, for Sydney. *v*>waw*-^<MPassengers--Mr.'A. Campbell, Captain .v^~ "Barney, Mr. Andrew, Rev. Mr. Ilanly, <>ú ,'Mrs. Bailey, Mr. Ogilvie, Mr. Hope, " - Mr. Ramsay, Mr. Kent, Mr. Butten - . - shaw, Mr. R. Jones, four in the steer ^^-'^^-tfge/six prisoners,'arid one constable!' , " ' . .*.,' IMPORTS. , -.Tamar.-Kll case, 1 ' box,' Davidson ; 9 'hoops, nails, and...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Moreton Bay Courier — 29 April 1848

()N SALE at the S10RLS of the under sigiud - Drawn öilk and Satin "") Rice Straw L n Cumptd Dunstable f Bonncts Tuscan J Goikrul Blond Bonnet «ind Cm-Ribbons Woollen ShiwU and liandkei chiefs Ladies' Blick and Culoul eil Silk Gloves Ditto Late ditto Ditto Lice M its Ditto Silk Hoso Gimps, Fungi s-Cords and Buttons to m itch Col'd. Worsted Cut Um Funge, Ftnnituii* Chintz Book, Mull Jacconet, and Han coi d Muslins Muslin Edgings and Insei tunis, Cotton ince Parasols, Turkey lwill G reen lind, German, and Gotha Boas, for Childi en Grecian and Cobotug Boots Lidies' Boots and Shoes, Oil Cloth Table Coveis, lable Damask, Diaper Linen Lawn J. HARRIS South Brisbane, April 23, 1313. NOTICE. A LL p u ties indebted to the late Mr. John »?*? Ctimpbdl.ot Kingarou Point,aieuspectfully lequcsttd to pay their accounts into the hands of Mi, M. Pon Li, of South Biisbane, who is hi toby duly iimhmtiid to icceisc the Bime MARV CAMPBELL, Widow of tilt* ducisud " ' JOHN CAMPBELL. ii.* L' w . ' » .;JTA. ¿...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Moreton Bay Courier — 29 April 1848

STEAM TO SYDNEY. THE STEAMER for SYDNEY will be de- spatched within 48 hours after her arrival. GEORGE SALT TUCKER, H. R. S. N. Company's Wharf, Agent. South Brisbane, March 11,1848. NOTICE. 'THE PUNT MODEL continues running be * tween Brisbane and Ipswich every Tuesday and Friday, as usual. s. d. Wool, per bale. 2 0 1 Dead weight, per ton. 10 0 1 j Measurement, per ton. 12 0 WILLIAM WILSON. IN THE INTESTATE ESTATE OP PATRICK MYLES, LATE OP DARLING DOWNS: 1X7ILL be Sold by Public Auction, at the * * Police-office, Drayton, ON TUESDAY TUB 30TH MAY NEXT, At 12 o'clock, The following HORSE STOCK, viz: S A1" bay Mar*, six years old, branded tfB near shoulder, M off neck ; with a roan Filly Foal at foot by St. Andrew. Also, a bay Filly, l8 months old, the produce of the above-named Mare, branded M shoulder. Any person hating any claims against the late Patrick Myles, are requested to send in their ac- counts to this office on or before the above-named day. Terms-Cash. JOHN M'lLMUN, Polic...

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COLONIAL EXTRACTS. CLARENCE RIVER DISTRICT. [Newspaper Article] — The Moreton Bay Courier — 29 April 1848

COLONIAL EXTRACTS. CLARENCE RIVER DISTRICT. MORE MURDERS BY THE ABORIGINES. - Letters received by the last steamer give accounts of more outrages by the aborigines. Mr. Coûtes had another man murdered by them« and at the same time 900 sheep were driven off by them. This outrage took place on Sunday, the 9th in- stant, but up to the 12th, although a report was immediately made to the Commissioners, no steps had been taken either to apprehend the* murderers or recover-the sheep.-Sydney Morning Herald. RICHMOND RIVER. - CATERPILLARS.-- By a letter from this locality it appears-" The cater- pillars have made dreadful ravages on the river. Miles of country having for a time been left as bare as a turnpike road. The grass, however, is again springing."-Correspondent of Sydney Morning Herald. REVENUE.-The total amount of the revenue of.the colony (exclusively of Port Phillip) for the quarter ending March 31st, was £66,900, an in- crease on the corresponding .quarter of last year of £13,700...

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DOMESTIC INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Moreton Bay Courier — 29 April 1848

DOMESTIC INTELLIGENCE. INQUEST.-An inquest was held yesterday after- noon , in the Court House, before the Coroner and a Jury, touching the death of Mr. Walter Petrie, whose body was found about two hours previously in the creek which crosses the road leading from North Brisbane towards Kangaroo Point. It appeared from the evidence adduced that the deceased had been missed by his family on Tues- day, and was last seen on the evening of that day to cross from South to North Brisbane, and to proceed in the direction of his home. One-witness, however, positively swore to having both seen and spoken to the deceased on Thursday morning last, but there can be no doubt that he laboured under some mistake. The body was discovered yesterday afternoon between three and four o'clock, floating in the creek, with the face upwards, by a man named Patrick Kelly, who had gone thither to cut some vines for the purpose of tying shingles into bundles. Dr. Cannan deposed that the body exhibited the usu...

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To the Editor of the Morelon Bay Courier. [Newspaper Article] — The Moreton Bay Courier — 6 May 1848

To the Edilflr of rite Mure!on Bay Cov-rier. SIB,-You will oblhje me by inserting the follow- ing in your .valuable joui nal. They are my opinions respecting- the aflahs'of the Church in Brisbane, and ivhiHi,I intended'delivering1 at the public meeting Jit Id this morning, but was pre- vented doing ,so by the clamorous cunfiibion that there profiled.}" t I axrij Sir." , , > , Your obedient servant, WM. PICKERING. North Brisbane, 4th May, 13 W. It appears that we may expect by the next steamer, a visit from the Bishop of our Diocese, the Right Reverend Dr. Tyrrel, and upon this first occasion, of so exalted a dignitary of our Church honouring Bl Khane with his presence, I think it desirable not only that- we should shew our respect for his character and office by present- ing him with a dutiful token of our regard, but that we should also devise means by which we may be enabled to gain access to his Lordship, when we wish either to seek his counsel, to elicit his opinion.1», or to...

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DOMESTIC INTELLIGENCE. CHURCH OF ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Moreton Bay Courier — 6 May 1848

DOMESTIC INTELLIGENCE. CHURCH OF ENGLAND. A I'UBMC meeting of certain members of the Church of England was held in St. John's Church, North Brisbane, on Thursday last, at 12 o'clock, for the purpose of agreeing to the form of an ad- dress to., be presented to his Lordship the Bishop of Newcastle, on his expected arrival in this district. On the motion of Mr. PICKERINO, seconded hy Dr. BAILI.OW, J. C Wickham, Esq., R.N., was called to the chair. The C,uAiiiMAN having briefly stated the object for which the meeting was called, the rough draft of an address was produced, and read by Mr. Little, the Honorary Seucctary. A slight altera- tion, intended to make the wording more compre- hensive, was rproposed, and partly adopted, but eventually the address, as it originally stood, was agreed to, and Mr. Dowse having volunteered to obtain signatures, bia oller was ueceHed'to. It was also agreed upon that after the time most convenient for the Bishop to receive the addresd had been ascertaine...

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BRITISH EXTRACTS. AGRICULTURAL CHEMISTRY. [Newspaper Article] — The Moreton Bay Courier — 6 May 1848

BRITISH- EXT R A CTS. '-¿ AGRICULTURAL CHEMISTRY. THE following is one of the' letters published by hc^'great German chemist, Leib'eg, on the subject of Agricultural .Chemistry : My'Dear Sir,«-Having now occupied several letters; with the attempt to unraveljshymeans of »he'mistry, some of the most curious functions'of the'animal body, and, as 1.hope, made clear to you the'distinct ions between the two kinds of con- stituent -elements of food,.and the purposes they severally subserve in sustaining life1, let me now direct your attention to a scarcely less interesting and equally important Mibjcct-the means of obtaining from a given surface of the earth the largest amount of produce adapted to the food of tuan and animals. Agriculture is both a science and an art. The knowledge of all the conditions of the life of vege- table's, the origin of their clements, and the sources ofttheir'ntu ishinent, forms its scientific basis. Fr.om this knowledge we derive certain rules for the 'exercis...

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IPSWICH. (From our Correspondent.) [Newspaper Article] — The Moreton Bay Courier — 6 May 1848

IPSWICH. (From our Correspondent. J WEDNESDAY, 26TH APRIL.-Our resident Magis- trate only presided at the Court held to-day. Theie were three cases on the police list. viz. ¡ Richard Booth, charged by Matthew Stevenson with stealing £13 from him. It was given in evidence that the prosecutor and the prisoner had met at Perryman's public-house, on their way down the country ; that the former had been in- toxicated, and while in that state the money was taken from him ; subsequently and after their ar- rival in Ipswich, Stevenson discovered that the prisoner had passed one of the stolen cheques at Mr. Shechan's inn. The case being clearly proved', and the prisoner having nothing to say in his defence, he was fully committed. It aiso appeared that Booth was apprehended under the name of William Wood ; on being required to give an ac¿ count of himself, and the Indents being searched', his statement was found to be incorrect ; but, by a little ingenuity on the part of Mr. Moore, the Chief...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Moreton Bay Courier — 6 May 1848

GENERAL HOSPITAL'. * ]^ 01 ICE is hereby given that a meeting of lh<k *?* inhabitants will be holden at the Court House, North Brisbane, on Thursday next, the 11th instant, at 12 o'clock, for the purpose of considei mg a proposal matle by the Government, to establish a General Hospital for the district. J. C. WICKHAM, P.M. 10s. REWARD. T OST, a bay MARE, black point?, very low' *-* wither ¡ brand 'under the mane HC. Lost C between Redbank and Ipswich. Ten Shillings will be paid for information to lead to her recovery.-1 G EtmONDSTON. Queen-street» North Busbane> Maj 6, ISIS» £)N SALFi at the Stores of the undeisigned.t foi cash* Gin, in bottle * i Wines, ditto , ¡( Ale, ditto j S Porter ditto ; J- r j r Jamaica Rum \ c$ ¿ i t ri \ Tea » t -i ,,f Bi an . ' v Hay Silt It T and W BYRNES» TLOUR. at Sydney Market prices, With the addition of One Pound for freight. GEORGE WATSON» Kangiroo Point, May 4, 1848. DRUGS, CHEMICALS, PATENT MEDICINES, &c. v '"THE undcrsigntd...

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. DEPARTURES. [Newspaper Article] — The Moreton Bay Courier — 6 May 1848

.fí Tí \V PIN ß »1N T F. L LIGE N G"Ë. Slay J. Columbine, schooner. Jackson, foi Syd- ney. Passengers-Mr'. Welsh, Mrs. ' Welsh, and tut ^children, and seven in, the steerage. '¿,¿7. V''r < >'* ?6. Secret, schooner""HigginSj for Sydnev. ___L_L_ i ' <s< EXjfpBXS,.;^ Tfs * Columbine.- 35 <jasks,ytallow. vLeslie ; 30 hales "wool, 1 package, Hughes and "isaacs ;' 10 bales wool, Wickham ; 510 cheeses, While ; 24 bdles ?sheepskins, 2 bales wool. Robinson ; 1 bale wool. FF 8s C ; 6 bales wool, CXN ; 1 case, Chisholm ; 459 hides, Collins -, 2 bales wool, C. J. Mackenzie.

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THE Moreton Bay Courier. SATURDAY, MAY 6, 1848. THE GENERAL HOSPITAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Moreton Bay Courier — 6 May 1848

-4Ï . or*to n VUE S ni» Courier h«Á i't.i SATURDAY, MAY C, 1848. .;. ...jÄ..THE GENERAL HOSPITAL. . Äs the Government Medical Establish- ment "has been -broken up in consequence of'the discontinuance of transportation, and^'ihe/removal,of convicts from the dis- trict^ the great .advantages which on the sCore*oft;human¡ty,-the institution of an Hospital confers«upon the community aie likeîy to he lost to the public, unless they come forward liberally in support of such an establishment. ' , When it is consideied how liable hitman beings are, even under the'mostr favourable 'circumstances to"be disabled, .iybétlíéVlíy the visitation of sudden acci-' .¿entjor disease, and that many when overtaken by, such a painful'contingency, :ire°utterly destitute of the convenience íín'd'the'means necessary to restoie them to health and usefulness, the great impor- tance of.an «Hospital in the district will /be at1 once acknowledged. " TcVí-ctaiñ fortrie community, then, the benefits -of. a public ...

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TIDE TABLE. HIGH WATER AT GOVERNMENT WHARF. [Newspaper Article] — The Moreton Bay Courier — 6 May 1848

TIDE TABLE. .IlfOHWATF.R AT GOVERNMENT WHAHF. May /«-Saturday. 7-Sunday .. , . * 8--Monday .. 9-Tuesday .. «, M« 110-Wednesday f >}" li-Thursday. ?J. U 12-Friday. .. MOUV. 1.1ÍÍ 1.51 2M 4.7 5.10 Ü.23

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COURT OF PETTY SESSIONS. [Newspaper Article] — The Moreton Bay Courier — 6 May 1848

COURT OF PETTY SESSIONS: BEFORE CAPT. WICKHAM AND LIEUT. DE WINTON. THE Court met at ten o'clock on Monday last, when the following cases were disposed of: Power v. Junquay.-The plaintiff claimed 9s. 6d . the amount of account rendered. The de- fendant did not appear. Verdict for the plaintiff. Goode v." Goggs.-The plaintiff's claim amounted to £3 10s. 4d.. being for the amount of account rendered. Verdict by default. Costiin v. Bailey.-The sum claimed was £2 18s. 9d.,and the plaintiff obtained a verdict for the amount.     Gage v. Appleton.-Plaintiff claimed £3, the amount of a dishonoured order. The defendant had filed an affidavit, setting forth that his pre- sence was required in Sydney, and that .therefore it would be impossible for him to attend the present sessions. Under these circumstances the case waa posponed until next sessions. Covrner v. Appleton.-The plaintiff's claim was £1 14s. 2d,, the balance of a dishonoured order. In this case evidence ...

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ANOTHER CONSTITUTION FOR NEW ZEALAND! (From the Spectator.) [Newspaper Article] — The Moreton Bay Courier — 6 May 1848

ANOTHER CONSTITUTION FOR NEW Ui ZEALAND! U1 f Front the Spectator.^ THE last new Colonial constitution is waste paper -Governor Grey has " suspended " the consti- tution of New Zealand, and Ministers arc asking Parliament to register his edict. The workman- ship of that great piece of law-giving is empha- tically claimed by Mr. Labouchere for Lord Grey : it has before been imputed by rumour to a gentle- man now " on leave of absence" ; but from this prompt revocation, if we judge by precedent, we should say that the work is J^ord Grey's own -one of his '.* pentimenti." The conduct of the whole business, from first to last, has been most curiously absurd. A consti- tution more pragmatically regardless of existing circumstances was never offered by Sieyes for the refusal of the French Dictator ; but Governor Grey was duly " instructed " to carry it out. Governor Grey obeys about as much as Santa Anna obeys the Government at Mexico-he de- clines to carry out the law I And no sooner doe...

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THE RECENT EXCAVATIONS AT POMPEII. (From Bell's Messenger, Nov. 1.) [Newspaper Article] — The Moreton Bay Courier — 6 May 1848

THE RECENT EXCAVATIONS AT POMPEII. CFrom Belt's Messenger, Nov. 1 .J IN the street leading from the ancient sea shore, in the neighbourhood of the theatres, to the so called crossway of the Fortuna, and tliencc in a direct line to the northern city wall, there has been excavated a house that surpasses in richness and elegance all that has been discovered pre- viously. The space of the court-yard is open, has.» mosaic pavement, and on the walls fantastic pictures of the richest and most taseful style. At the sides of the atrium (court-yard) are small sleeping-rooms, with the following wall paintings : -Polypheme, who receives a letter from Galathea byan amorino riding upon a dolphin ; Venus oc- cupied with fishing, a Na.cissus, a few swimming Gods of Love, a Victoria upon a cart, and several landscapes. In the back-ground of the atrium opens a tablinum. the reception-hall, with che- quered marble pavement. At the walls of this room there must have been wood paintings, the spaces whic...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Moreton Bay Courier — 6 May 1848

STEAM TO SYDNEY. 'If H E TAMAR WILL SAÍL ON * TUESDAY, MAY 9, Und on every alternate Tuesday, as formerly. ' G. S. TUCKER, Agent. ÍT.'R. S. N. Compmy's Wharf, South Brisbane, STEAM TO IPSWICH. fHE follottiug are the days fired for the sailing of the steamer EXPERIMENT, until further notice, viz., from Brisbane, on Mondays and Thursdays, at 9 o'clock A.M. ; and from Ipswich, On Wednesdays and Saturdays, at the same hour. Freights and fares as usual. JOHN BOYLAND, ipswich, 23th April, 1848. FOR WIDE BAY. HPHE ketch AURORA will possi tively sail for the above port the latter end of next week. Freight 30s. per ton, and pas- sage 30s. GEORGE WATSON, Agent. Kangaroo Point, May 6th, 1818. v NOTICE. HHHE PtfNT NOBEL continues running be« * tween Brisbane and Ipswich every Tuesday and Friday,'as usual. s. d/ , __ Wool, per bale.n,. k2 0 Dead weight, per'ton. 10 0 -sMeasuremerit.iper'ton. 1,2 0 , -'*' * - ' WILLIAM 'WILSON. SALE 'BY AUCTION. MR. 'DOWSE \IfILL Sell by Public Auction tlrts unde...

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DRAYTON. (From our Correspondent.) [Newspaper Article] — The Moreton Bay Courier — 6 May 1848

DRAYTON. (From -our Correspondent.J MAÏ I, 1843.-Your paper of the 22nd was eagerly looked for, and seems to give general satisfaction. Mr. Rolleston has been here, and the sites both for the Court House and School House are determined on ; the former is already commenced. Mr. Rolleston is fencing in the Springs on the part of Govemment. The Go- vernment buildings, such as Court House, Lock- up, and residences for, the Constabluary, are to be finished in two months. This day week is the day^ appointed for the Race Meeting, and a large attendance is expected. Upwards of £200 are already subscribed. We have had rain here since Saturday. Above 170 bales of .wool have passed through the.fpwjn "ship during the week. Upwards of . twenty patients have come down during the last week trom the lower Condamine who are suffering severely from fever and ague. One cart tool; nine patients in a state almost utterly helpless to Dr. Miles, Redfern. Dr. Miles is about to es- tablish an Hospital at Dr...

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COLONIAL EXTRACTS. THE STATISTICS OF SQUATTING. (From the Sydney Morning Herald.) [Newspaper Article] — The Moreton Bay Courier — 6 May 1848

COLONIAL EXTRACTS. - 1 THE STATISTICS OF SQUATTING. t (From the Sydney Morning HeraldyJ s THAT impassioned friend of the squatters, the honourable and learnell member for St. Vincent, is determined to leave no stone unturned for findv ing out all that concerns their rights and privi- leges. Ey moving for divers returns, he has been tiie means of enlightening the public on-matters of which they before knew little or nothing: beyond rough guesses. We have now before us the most recent, and certainly the most, valuable, of the! papers thus procured; and though we. yesterday laid before our readers, vthc greater portion of its contents, we. must invite attention to suelfof the facts as may not have been very obvipùV in a cursory Inspection. '.'* '."? ?' '" This Return is divided into two parts, one re- lating to the Sydney district, the otherr to the Port Phillip district ; and gives for each a variety of particulars respecting the licensed grazing stations beyond the settled districts ...

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WARWICK. (From our Correspondent.) [Newspaper Article] — The Moreton Bay Courier — 6 May 1848

WARWICK. T. CFrom our Cor respondent'.J PETTY SESSIONS, APRIL 18TH, 1848.-This waa the day appointed for the first Court of Petty Sessions ever held in this district. '""There was, however, only one casfe for adjudication, viz. :< Deuchar^. Myers.-The plaintiff claimed the sum of £10, being the estimated'value of twenty sheep lost by the defendant while serving the plaintilf in the capacity of a shepherd. After hearing thn evidence of several witnesses, the Court gave a verdict for the plaintiff for the amount claimed with costs. < ' ' I ' r ' i ) MASTER AND SERVANTS' ACT.-William Bakéç sued H. H. Nicol of New England for the amount of three weeks' wages. The plaintilf stated that he had engaged with the defendant as, his weekly sprvant, and after serving him for a period oin' three weeks, asked for his wages and his discharge,. ' but defendant refused to give him either. Tho defendant did not appear, but service of the sum- mons being proved, the plaintiff rec...

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