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SIIIP MAILS. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 11 June 1864
SniP MATLS. The mais jier the Tilcgiaph foi New South A\alca Victonn, South Viisti ilia nnd Insmainii -will bo nude up and closed at the General Post ofliee tina dai as mulct - For regi»foril lelteis at 10 a m , foro lmaii letteis, nt 11 am , an I for new-papeis at 9 a m Hie la'e fte mail, fo Sidney and Melbourne only, will close at 11 30 a m
CLERMONT. (From the Special Reporter of the Rockhampton Bulletin.) [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 11 June 1864
CLERMONT. (From Hie Special Reporter of the Rockhampton Bulletin.) BusrxTBS men, follón mg upon and follow od by then laden waggons, keep potuing into Cloiiuout Among tho moio lcconl ni in ids mo Mt Beitinm's tennis bl nny of Utontlsountl, mulct lite conduct of Mi C Guille-(ol this íoitto moie iinon) M'Gicgoi s dims mo also up, and mille host ol Iho LTIstoi Al ins leached tho town hunsell on Satuidai, so (hal, although Innung multéis continuo soinewhiit stagnant foi mint ol rain, ne mo fin horn lucking olhoi ox citemonl Piospcclors fiom IhoNAV counliv mo coming in, nimble to conmino then lcsciuehcs in Hint quin I oi on iccounlol nntel Killing fins draw lind, how oi el, is no1 neaily so innehielt yet ont S \V loivaids the Moly nudo, anil ii is in the hit Iel diioetiou that spcoulnliuii nt picsont scums lo point ns Iho most pi ob ihle ono foi coming operations RepoiU of nuolhei nish on Messis Units nnd Co 's um mo pisl now cm i cut, hut I linio lu uni nothing sufficiently definite lo ...
(From the Northern Argus.) [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 11 June 1864
(From the Northern Aiyui.) Tuf Bc*aHiii\aiR3 -Gtublcd accounts of tho moi ementa of those genii y, and tho oxciting chase ador thom by Lieulominl Mun ay, con hinted lo lench us fiom luno to time, bul nothing dclinilo could bo honid until Iho ni m al of Mi Aimrni himself, who, by (hu hy, did not como empty hnndcil, bin mg picked up a liol se stenloi on tho load, whoso statoment pills us in posses sion of fuels nhich mil bo fullv lcpoiled to Ibu government, mid lcllect uidchblo disgrace und obloquv upon those whoso conduct must come tmclct the lash of ci ci y decent, indeed indecent niau s disgust mid contempt Iho îobbtrs, it appeals ha I stolen dilling the night Iho hones belonging to foin gentlemen slopping al the inn, and the Hielt mis not discouru! nulli many hoiiisultei tim dei d mis done hispcctoi Alumy mid his hooptis I ipi the 11 ml ol the i lillians willi untiling fidelity, and dogged then steps nilli nil the sugntily of the Sleuth hound, mid would, most liilulhlili, lune enp...
ROCKHAMPTON FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT. Tuesday, June 7. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 11 June 1864
n'OCKJIAMPTON mon otju own connr.sroxDEj-T. Tuesday, June 7. RrciXT municipal movements ot a nioie sei ions eharactei than those oidininily ernannt mg fiom tho nldcimen, hine inllod loilh moio of publie attention lliiin is usuilly given to then vngaue« Rntepayeis had long it isul lo bo astonished at the cxhaoidmari fieaks of the council, and lnlfcilv did nothing but gun sinagely when any new caper was peiloiniid Now, how el el, that llicie h somo thurn c ol nu end lo the mi«mnnngomcnl of public alluna, intepiiveis show ii little mole mteiest two nldcrmcn limc lesignid and ono lins been ii placed by Ali & Richill elson, n genllcinuii to ivhoiu tiedil is gil en foi the possession of somo slu cn thiess and good husinoss habit« and who is moi coi el pledged to suppoit a division of the town into uniils, and a "incinl ii «agnation so a« to pave the nay foi ii non council of nine It is hoped that Mi Mulligan mil allow himself to be placed m the i cumming meaney, in winch event the...
METEOROLOGICAL OBSERVATIONS. FRIDAY, JUNE 10. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 11 June 1864
METEOROLOGICAL OBSERVATIONS. FllID.YY, .Te**.**! 10. Blll'IUM*-9 am Baiomelii (collected) 30 207 theil lomctci (simile) 58 2, ditto (diy bulb), 53 2 ditto (ii el bulb), 57 2 loi ce ol li nul, 1 d icttion.S AV, extent of cloud 9 ii cathu, dull, tnio stiu'iii clouds, lainfull dining list 21 houis, lil inches (Ver 1 letlrie Tdeqi aph ) IVisn IM) AVi mini-9 am Lytton, SAV nnd dull Ipswich AV nnd dull, Laid loy, eulin and dull, Tomioombu, calm and dull, Dinilon, 1 SI. and raining A\m»itk, L and cIoud> , Bulby, S und i miling
GLADSTONE. (FROM OUR 0WN CORRESPONDENT.) June 7. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 11 June 1864
GLADSTONE. (l'ROM OUR 01VS COKUESrOh'DENT.) .Tune 7. AVhat with horse stealing being rife in this neighborhood, nnd knowing that ono or moro of the Rockhampton " gaol birds " lind como this way, our small number of police hnvo lind quito enough to do lutcly. Sargeant Balfour, of Bannna, after following tho trail of ono of tho supposed escaped prisoners to the Caliope dig- gings, carno to Gladstoiio to report tho same. Sergeant AVnro immediately nccoiiipnniod bim, -ho knowing tho vnrious workings. AVhen thoy arrived at Iho Spring Creek working, a mun, answering to tho description, wits seen to bo milking great haste away from one of (ho huts over the ridge. Tho police being in disguise immediately gave chase, calling on bim to sur- render, when, lo and behold, the supposed bush- ranger turned out lo bo ti hireling shepherd, who had left, his sheep for a " ball " or other business, and was making oll'to round up his Hook. But though meeting with this rebuff tho polico still prosecuted...
SHIPPING. ARRIVAlS. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 11 June 1864
SHIPPING. ARRIVAIS. JoSl 9-Southon) Cross schooner, 158 tons, Captam Rowe, from Adelaide, May 19 No passengers J and G Harris, agent« Juno 9 -Unknown, schooner, 41 tons, Cup tauiE AV Brittain, from Mar} borough Juno IO-Jenny Cox, schooner, 102 tons, Captam D AVilhams, from Sidney No pin longer» Monson, Black and Smith, uguits June 10 -Bayswater Black Ball ship 12o6 tons, Captain Morn», from Keppel Bin, with 100 immigrants Bright Bl others agents Juno 10 -AVilhams steamer, 300 tons Cap Um Smith, from Rockhampton, tia Gladstone and Maryborough Passengers Mrs May, Mrs Hollaron, Messrs Nelson, Brittain, Hill, W Thompson, H do Satgé, B Belford, John Boss, M O Borgin, T Price, A Dalgleish, C Aiming, Learmouth, T Hamung, Herbert, Booker, G M Lares Mulloug, 0 Bosun, Dun can, and 76 in the steerage IAIPORTS AVilhams, from Rockhampton 35 bigs hmc, Davidson, 32 boards 4G battens, Rev Al Boyd, 8 bales wool, Blight Biothcrs 1 c-ise hams J and G Hams lcnsoplmU Rnwns lev , 3 bundles «ishcs Hutchin...
VESSELS TO ARRIVE. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 11 June 1864
VESSELS TO ARRIVE. AVuireii Hasting-., Hodliy, fiom London , sailed dom Southampton February 27 97 dais out Legion of Honoi, Ginmnei, fiom Loudon, sailed fi om Gr ii e~i ntl Al u th 12 S3 dai » out IiimIcci, Cu i o-o from London, Ion ling Queen of the Colonna, Cauniioss, ft om Lou don loading Fill Russell, Moiln, fiom Lonlon, loa ling Aoung Austiiln Ci-ei, fiom London, loading Geneial Ciulfitll, Richauls, fiom Lo lion, loading Sultana AVilhams dom Lncrpool, via the Ch do ami liri i ey s Di i , lo ulmg I ali Bowen (-), Bunett, fion the Glide, via tho Capa of Good Hope, s ulcd fiom AVute foul Ara-ch 5 90 dais out I a li A oung (s ) f oin Hi" Ch de Alni i Smith, fro n Adel ude, « nie 1 Alay 21, 13 dais out \\ arrtii Go 1 lard fro n AWbourne loaduig I on Bennett, fro n Sidney, loidmg Tooi oow ang from Si dnci , Ion ling AVallabi, fiom Sidney ~ulcd June 2 Poheeman fiom Ala-iborough
VESSELS IN HARBOR— JUNE 10. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 11 June 1864
VESSELS IN HARBOR.-Junk 10. Ship Flying Cloud, 1139 tons, Cuptiiin H. C. Keen, loading for London. J. und G. Harris, gente. Ship Excelsior, G98 tone, Captain Barton, from London, discharging cargo. AVienholt, Walker, and Co., agents. Ship Vornon, 891 tons, Captain Aldridge, from London, via Southampton, discharging cargo. J. and G. Harm, ngenls. Ship Bayswater, 1250 tons, Captain Morris, from Keppel Hay. Bright Brothers, agents, Burquo Salvia, 317 tons, Captain Horlock, from London, discharging cargo. J. and G. Harris, a-jonls. iitiniue Connut", 4-00 tons, Captain Oi-hillroc, from London. Wienholt, Walker, and Co., .gents. Barque, Feronin, 329 tons, Captain Sullivan, from Adelaide. G. Rufl* and Co., agents. Brig, Callender, 136 tons, Captain Magee, from Melbourne Brig Mary Grant, 150 tons, Captain Beçent, from tho River Don, Tasmania. Molison, Black, and Smith, agents. Brig Spray, 112 tons, Captain Scott, from Maryborough. B. S. AVarry, agent. Schooner Eva, 31 fous, Captain Tubbs, f...
NEWS OF THE WEEK. FRIDAY EVENING. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 11 June 1864
NEWS OF THE WEEK. FniDAT EvEsnco. Tur past week has boen one of genuino holiday making nilli a largo nuinbci of tho people of Btisbaue Politics and all those dis agreeable biel li nigs connected n till parhamen tary proceedings linvo been disregarded and ci tcltct and horse i icing liai o been the Older of the tiny In addition to those sports honeier other inducements hai o been oiluedof an cn' tictng desei tplion A Bazaar, perhaps tho most successful yet opened, has attracted the atten lion of many, and theio is reason to behcio that tho icturiis recçjied from it mil be hiclili sahsfactoiy Mr Farquhaisoii-that favorito I emger with tlio peoplo of Queensland-has also given three ot his pleasant enteitamments, ono of which lias m aid of tlio funds of the Hos pital Altogothci it has been a gala neck, and this evening many a smilmg and happy fnC0 mil bo seen at the ball given by Mr Alderman Mm hu m honor of the New South AVales ctickcleis, ii ho leave Busbauo to morrón An accident oceu...
CENTRAL POLICE COURT. FRIDAY, JUNE 10. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 11 June 1864
ClüKTSAL rOLICE COÜliT. FltlDAT, JtWE 10. lirrom- tho Police Mngistinlo DRUNKARDS. - John Booth, William Brookes, and William Davis were each fined 10s. for &nbsp; drunkenness. For the same offence, aggravated &nbsp; by the use of obscene language, John Smith was fined 20s , or 48 hours in the cells. LiitciSY-Piantis Sloenc, on lcuiand, uns bl ought iqi elim ¿ed ii it li having stolen n sill el mounted uding iilup, the piopuly of Edwind Hunt li om tho oudoncc, it appealed that Mi Hunt lent the whip lo Ali Eihunds who aftci using it lelt it on tho munit lpicco ni the dining loom nt M' Idnm's hold Subsequently to this thopiisonei oheted it to AL llttlbton foi sale, und ho suspecting Hint nil was not light nu pounded tho ii hip, mid shoith aftci mild» gmo niloiiuntion to Iho police Acting upon this-, Scigcnnt Btttkloy attested tho pu omi at Hie Red Lion Hotel, in Albeit sheet on A\citne= tltii Inst the bench lound Skci ne gmlti, mid send need lum to he lni'iiisoncd foi ...
CAVANAGH V.MEYER. TO THE EDITOR OF THE BRISBANE COURIER. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 11 June 1864
CAVANACHI V. MEYER. to the editor oí' min biusbvn*** couBinn. Sin,-I wish through tho medium of your journal lo correct a statement that appeared in a letter signed " Henry Meyer," in your paper of June 8. In the first plnco I can bring witnesses to prove that I was not drunk, mid others lo prove that Mr. Meyer struck me, and indeed sei ci-.il persons saw my fnco cut Hint evening. I merely make this statement to clear myself from the imputations cast on my character, mid think it is right that I should do so. Hoping you will insert this, I remain, vottrs respectfully, ELLEN CAVANAGH.
CORRESPONDENCE. TAXATION AND REPRESENTATION. TO THE EDITOR OF THE BRISBANE COURIER. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 11 June 1864
CORRESPONDENCE. TAXATION AND ' REPRESENTATION. TO THE EMTOlt OF THE BItISJ)A.NI* COUItlEIt. g,K -Nothing in your paper has plonsed mo moro than the in tide on " Taxes" m the Connel of lhutsdny last I am gild that tho signa iure " A Looker On," has become a nusnoiuci hy ¡ho conti tbutors becoming-moio than n * siio lookci on-a coramcnuitoi on oicnts I trust ho mai take one moio step and become an miu"ui ntoi of a Queensland rmanciilRcfoim .Association IIis three suggestions aio - ' 1st that the whole sVBtom of taxing by customs duties bo ontirah/%bolishcd, and tho Acts imposing thom icpe%tfl 1 2nd lhat tho poits"TOÏBusbano and all noil of tho colony shall bo tin own open and uncle fiee to thoconmieice of the 1101 Id, nithqut taxes 01 duties of any desciiphon, except local lines foi anchoiago and coast lights 11 Inch may besnnctioited by li«, mid that nil vessels may load unlo-id, entei 01 de nut nt nny horn, night or dal quaiantme laws cxceptttl Jrd lhat llieie shall bo as cs«cd and ...
The Courier. PUBLISHED DAILY. SATURDAY, JUNE 11,1861. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 11 June 1864
^jje Ckmuetv PUBLISHED DAILY. SATl/JtVAY, JUXJl 11, 18Ö4. Tut: news by the April mail from Europe, as abridged in om* telegrams of yesterday and this day, possesses moro than ordinary interest. "Wo leant that the Con- ference in London on the Gorman and Danish question failed to ell'eet Iho end contemplated, and that Great -Britain and Franco were likely to make common cause in enforcing upon Austria and Piussin a cessation ol' hostilities. The invasion of Jutland was more than a mero assertion of the right of Germany lo settle Iho suc- cession to the sovereignly of Schleswig and Holstein-it ivas an actual war against the kingdom of Denmark ; and thus the Western Powers have perceived that thero tcmained no alternative besides an armed interference. The simultaneous action of England and Franco may possibly lead to a peace without actual collision with the Prussian and Austrian invaders. The lirilish fleet lying in the Downs with orders, as is supposed to preparo for the Baltic Sea,...
ABSTRACT OF SALES BY AUCTION THIS DAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 11 June 1864
ABSTRACT OF SALES BY AUCTION TniS BAY. MESSIIS. MARTIN & WICKSON, nt 11 o'clock, at the City Auction Alnrfc : ofiirnituro and Sundries. Al tho A.S.N. Company's wharf: Potatoes. At 1 o'clock, nt tho Qunrnnlino Riddock, South Brisbane : Ram- bouillet and Negrctti Ennis nnd Ewes. MESSRS. ERASER & BUCKLAND, ut 12 o'clock, nt tho Commercial Sale Rooms : Cal- ton Hill Estate. ' MESSRS. TRUNDLE & CAMBRÓN, at 12 o'clock, ni their Rooms : St. Kilda Estate, MR.'ÍÍ. DAVIDSON, nt 12 o'clock, on the Premises, Cli'irlollu-slrocl : Stone, and Build- ing Materials. MR. T. B. ROUEKS.at 3 o'clock, at his Rooms, Stauloy-slrcct, South Brisbane : Sundries. MESSRS. MULHOLLAND & CO., at tho Newmarket Horso Repository : Horses, Drays, ITaiiicsi, Hay, &c. MICSSR3. UPWARD & BOWLES, nt 11 o'clock, ¡tt their Bazaar : Horses, Dogcarts, Buggies, lirai s í'C. MR. W. Tf. KläNT, nt 11 o'clock, at Tailor sail's Horso Bazaar : Horses, Drays, Harness, and Saddlery. mu. a...
COMMERCIAL. COURIER Office, Friday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 11 June 1864
COMMERCIAL Courier office, Friday Evening. Business has been quiet during the week, owing to the races at Ipswich The English mail arrived at Adelaide yesterday evening and this morning the first items of intelligence were published. Our latest news from London, via Suez, is to tho 5th May, and states that money is scarce. The bunk rates for discount are quoted at 8 per cent. The improvement inthe &nbsp; price of tallow, reported by March mails, has not been »list une 1, aud tho lulmgiales aie now lowei Hie w ool ia irkct i» m a vei i s itisfailoi \ sdite Holders nie lum m then demands, nnd j-nees lune nn upwarl t udency No les» that 90,000 bules hu o been cal lloguod for tho next siles Hides nie leadi, uni no chingo his t ikcn pince m quot ltion In the io"al niaiket» theio ha~ been a declino m the price of flour, nu 1 til,, quota on now i» £32 pel to i foi Adelaide brands Tho Southern Cross arru el yesterday from Vdilu le, witu n cargo of floiu In sugais a huge amount of bu...
Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 11 June 1864
Auction Salea. THIS DAY. 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 one milo of STANLEY-STREET, South Brisbnne, Embracing the wholo of Portions 174a 175a, and 176a, on tho MAIN TELEGRAPH ROAD to IPSWICH, a few chains from Mr. Toohey's land, nearly opposite tho Newtown Estate, and about ten minutes' walk from the New Ferry, at Harris' wharf. TRUNDLE 4 CAMERON beg to aivnounco to the public that the abovo invnlunble property lins been plnced in their hands for FOSITIA'E SALE, and will bo submitted'to public competition, nt their Rooms, Queen-street, on SATURDAY, tho llth day of June,nt the hour of 12 o'clock noon, und 4 o'clock iu the afternoon. Tho Auctioneers, in presenting those lands to tho notice of the public, would, as a preliminary step, most earnestly invite personal inspection of this FIRST-CLASS PROPERTY, Avhich may justly be recom...
Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 11 June 1864
r r\ BAGS SEED OATS now on SALE. R. DU HUTCHINS, Victoria Salo Rooms, Queen-street. _55 IA K HUTCHINS has now ON SALE, nt the . VICTORIA SALE ROOMS, Quecn B'rCCt¿7 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 TOAYN PALINGS r, 070OO HARDAVOOD SHINGLES > 60000 SAAVN LATHS, at 10s. per 1000 ' «a- LAND ORDERS BOUGHT. _ _S387 R HUTCHINS has now on SALE, at the , VICTORIA SALE ROOMS, Queen street A Large and well-assorted Stock of CEDAR and AMERICAN PINE DOORS, SASHES, architraves,;mouldings, nnd SKIRTING BOARDS j ALSO on sale, GALVANISED CORRUGATED IRON (G, 7, and 8 feet lena!hs) ZINC DOAVN PIPING, R AV HEADS, Ditto SHOES, O G and Half-round SPOUTING, RIDOE CAPPING, BOLTS, HINGES, CARPENTER'S PATENT LOCKS, 4c., 4c. 5103 LAND ORDERS! LAND ORDERS!! E HUTCHINS,' of Hie Victoria Snle . Rooms, Queen-street, IS A CASn BUYER of LAND ORDERS. 42IG AVINDOAV BLINDS. AVINDOAV BLINDS. S. FULLER...