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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 24 July 1861

w ANTED nu activo Tonne Mun as LIGHT PORTER Apph to J. W. BUXTON. ?UfANTED' Two Good LABOUREES. VV GEORGE BOWSER, York's Hollow. ' ' ANTED a GENERAL SERVANT. Apply toT. B. STI PHENS, Courier offloe. W WANTED a Fenialo GENERAL SERVANT. Apply to Mrs. GEORGE O'BRIEN, Queen street, ' "' '? ri'ANTFD a Respectable Single Female, as y\ t't'OK, jur the country. Apply to Mrs. FITZ. VyANTED an AOflVH LAD, to roako iül°~ \ » self u«eful in a Shop. Apply at the French Glove Depot, Edw»nl-i.treet. WANTED EMPLOYMENT on a Station by a Man and Wile, and Son 13 years of age. Apply by letter to E. H., Office of this piipor. _ WANTED for a Lady, a FURNISHED BEDROOM and BOAKDr with a respect- able piivate tumily (not In a boarding house) in 'own or the immediate vicinity. AddrtHS W. S., Post Office. WANTED for the Qu«<>nsland Cotton Cora pnn\,-2 SPLllTERSand FENCERS. 4 PLOUGHMEN, 2 BULLOCK-DRIVERS, 4 AGRICULTURAL LABOURERS, 1 COOK. Apply at Mr. A. MARTIN'S Registry Offioe, Queen-street. F...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
NEW YORK BRITISH VOLUNTEERS. ENTHUSIASTIC MEETING OF BRITISH RESIDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 24 July 1861

n NEW YORK BRITISH VOLUNTEERS, di E*STIIl*3l.\STIC MliCTtSfl "F BlirTISIl' . ' u( IÎESHJESTS. ' fní A r.AnciE and enthusiastic meeting of tho British residents of New York city was held at Hopo Chapel,'Bi oadway, nt, eight o'clock, last evening, to nid and assist the movement now on foot fo Organ}-;-) tnnd equip a British Volunteer regiment; fóía¡Jh-f Support oí .the United States government. The laigê hall was filled in every pai t, and tho utmost inte- rest was manifested in tho proceedings. ' The mooting was organised in the usual manner, B. M. Saunders, Esq., being called to the chair. , . ', i V. / > I \ ' I This organisation will ho very perfect when t complete1 and it ia expected fp be so by the 'end of tho present or the beginning of next week. There aio several*officers who have seen service in the British,army, who aye giving their assistance in the disciplining and perfecting of the regiment Among tliose who wcie present last night were R. 15. Alficd Hampson, of lier M...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
The Courier. WEDNESDAY, JULY 24 1861. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 24 July 1861

rke ; -~T~* : case WEDMSDAr, JUIA' 21 1301. imp- _ THE township of Maryborough is not only in itself not exactly a paradise of concord and contentment, bub it has managed to stir up oue or two subjects which are eminently suggestive of dispute. The petitions presented by Mr. HALY in the Assembly yesterday, were fine morsels for an epicure in squabbling, and those who delight in pleasant sayings and pointed jokes were doubtless edified by the debate which " the memorial," as Mr. O'SULLIVAN teimcd it, concerning the wharf at Maryborough provoked. There was the Colonial Secretary charg- ing the promoters of the petition with something very like an organized con- spiracy to defraud the government and the public ; theio was Mr. BLAKDNEY, impetuously wishing to say what bad company ho kept during his sojoiitn at that lising muni- cipality, how they had within his knowledge combined to do the wicked things suggested by Mr. HERBERT, and how he therefore must tell all about it. Mr. FITZSIMMO...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Local Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 24 July 1861

Local Intelligence. VOLUNTEER RIFLES, NO. 1 COMPANY. The election to fill the two vacant lieutenan- cies will take place at the Military Barracks this evening.   PRESBYTERIAN SOIREE.-We are com- pelled, by a press of other matter, to defer till to-morrow our report of the soiree held last evening at the Presbyterian Church. NEW INSOLVENT.-William Pauley, cabi- net-maker, corner of George and Elizabeth streets, Brisbane. .Liabilities :-£2311 13s. 8d. Assets :-value of real property, £2000 ; personal property and monies, £180 5s. ; debts due to insolvent, £45 15s. 6d. ; total assets, £2226 6d. Deficiency, £85 13s. 2d.

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 24 July 1861

B* JpplMjr Intelligence. '5 ARRIVED. J0¡'; y ;.-Vixen, schooner, 121 ton?, Captain Ben-1 T% ' rom Sydney. Passengers-5 in the steerage. G>Ji iff and Co., agents. T SAILED. J uly 23. - Eagle, s.a., Captain Paddle, for s)' duey. July 23.-Clarence, steamer, Captain Cottier, ' .or the Northern ports. July-23.-Yarra Yarra, steamer, 560 tons, Cap "tain Bel), for Sydney. Passengers-Mr. and Mrs. Gibson, Dr. Hamilton, Messrs. Abbot, H. M'Clin .tock, II. Nicol, H. Mort, Barnett, Bennett ; and 7 .in the steerage. IMPORTS. Vixen : 2 thrashing machines, 2 cases pianos, 4 cases bedsteads, 20 casks oil cake, 10 bales liny, 10 chests, 20 hall-chests, 7 boxes ten, G. Riifl'uMd Co. ; 35 bags maize, 13 'cases colonial wine, II. S. .Grenfell; 212 bags sugar, 207 bags potatoes, C. -Newton and Co ; 7 casks beer, 3 cases beer, I e*sk, 5 anchors, 3 coils rope, 2 blocks, 1 bag, 2 eases ironmongery, Order; 20 cases Chinese oiY, 14 drums oil, 7 cases, A. It. Jones; 4 bales wool bagcinir. 10 tons flour, 12 ...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 24 July 1861

Steam to Sydney. mHE TELEGRAPH from 5 tie A. S. K Co.'s Now Wharf, on TUiibDAY next, ?*30th inst. GEO. D. WEBB, Agent. CONCERT. BRISBANE SCHOOL OF AKTS. UNDER THE PATOONAGE OF HU ^Excellency ¿h iiniïy Bowen. rMHE Committee of the BRISBANE CHORAL i_ SOCIETY bog to announce that tlio next CONCERT will be given TO-ilORBOW EV1CN INO, the 25th inttant. Several musical «.entlemen have volunteered their assistance on this occasion, »hen an entirely new programme will be performed. PROGRAMME : PART 1. Chorus-Hail Smiling Morn . SpoiTorth. Song-Rose of Old-Mr. MAAS .... Gollmiek. Chonis-O, by Rivers., .Bishop. Pianoforte Fantasia, by Mr. LISDBN, from " Mos6 in Egitto" ;. Thalberg. ChoruB-Common Sonseaud Genius.. Moore. Solo, on Cornet ii Piston, by Mr. ? . ROBINS.,_ Chorus-When the Bee Sucks.Purcell. Solo-Violin Cavatina, by Mr Sunn, from ''Fille de Begiment.". Chorus-The Red Cross Knight.... Calcott. Interval of Ten Minutes. - PAKT 2. Chorus-The Bonnie Owl. Davy. Song-Tlie Husbindman (from ...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Letter to the Editor. THE NATIVE POLICE COMMITTEE. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 24 July 1861

LETTER TO THE EDITOR THE NATIVE POLICE COMMITTEE. Sir,—The select committee on the native police force having occupied a considerable share of public attention, and also being my- self much interested In the future welfare of the aborigines, 1 gladly accepted an oppor- tunity that was afforded me for perusing the evidence taken, and the committee's report thereon ; but, after carefully digesting the same, the only conclusion I could arrive at was, that some of the officers were of intem- perate habits : the troopers stole gins, and that indiscriminate slaughter was sometimes indulged in ; in point of fact, very little was gained by the evidence, but the confirmation of many of the indiscretions complained of, and so ably commented on in your columns. I do trust 1 may be mistaken, and that the collective wisdom of our parliament may see more in the information gained than I do, and suggest some means for the amelloration of the condition of this benighted race, which will protect the...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Parliamentary Paper. NATIVE POLICE FORCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 24 July 1861

PARLIAMENTRY PAPERS NATIVE POLICE FORCE. Report of the select Committee of the Legis- lative Assembly, appointed by ballot on the 1st May. 1861, with power to send for per- sons and papers, and sit during any adjourn- ment of the house, to enquire into and report on the organisation and management of the Native Police Force ; and further to enquire into and report how far it may be practicable to ameliorate the present condition of the aborigines of this colony, have agreed to the following report : Your committee, entering on their duties fully impressed with the importance of the subjects under consideration, have examined upwards of thirty witnesses, including the principal officers of the native police corps, and have thus collected a mass of evidence of the most comprehensive character. To make this record more complete, your committee have availed themselves of portions of the evidence taken before a select com- mittee held in Sydney in the year 1858, and in addition, the appe...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
IPSWICH. [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.] MONDAY, JULY 22. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 24 July 1861

IPSWICH. [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT   ¡c~ MONDAY, JUJLY 22. There will be an important land sale to-day. The town lots on the ridge behind the hos- pital are about as pleasant and salubrious building sites as can be found in the neigh- borhood, and those I am certain will fetch very high prices. At the same time it is not likely that the gross proceeds of the sale will ho very great. There are two country lots in the parish of Goodna, ou the road to Brisbane, consisting of 81 acres and 27 acres; forty-three suburban lots, out by the race- course, containing about 750 acres in all ; and twenty town lots, varying from a quar- ter of an acre to 2 roods l8 perches. - I have been favored with a glance at the report of the Native'Police Committee. So far as the report itself goes, I think I must admit that you were right, and I was wrong in estimating the value of the committee's labors. But although not complete, the evi- dence is as valunblo as it is extensive. In- deed, I...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Weekly Calendar. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 25 July 1861

Weekly' CnBeir.tlnr. HIGH WATOB Ai BMSDAÎVE. SUN. Days. Date-. Morn. Alter. Rises. S?«ts. 5 24 5 25 5 26 5 26 fi 27 ii 27 5 27 Wednesday... July. 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 1 28 2 20 3 IO 3 54 4 38 5 21 6 6 1 64 2 46 3 32 4 l8 5 0 5 4'3 6 30 6 47 6 46 6 46 G 46 t> 45 C 43 G 4+

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 25 July 1861

TO ADVERTISERS. WE must ngn'.n call attention to the nile of onr Oltlee, v,7.., to iusort NO ADVERTISE- MENTS from uon-subscribers unless accompanied hy the CASH. , . ,

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 25 July 1861

MIX. W. Ii. BUZACOTT Ima been appointed »gent. 1'or 'I'm: COCIURK «t Rockhampton, nutl is authorised to receive biilisuriptionsund advertise- ments, to give receipts lor money, &c, &e.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 25 July 1861

Queensland Steam navigation C tompany. | SHAREHOLDERS are hereby info Traed that ¡1 on and after THURSDAY, t .he 27th M Jnne, the Deed of Settlement of the at »ve Com Sany will lie for signature at the onie s of D. F. iOBERTS, Tsq., Solicitor to the *3ompanj, Queen-street, Brisbane. By order of the Board of Directors, JOHN STEPHENS, Sretary. London InternationalExhibïtioaof 1862. QUEENSLAND BRAN DH. I THE Commissioners for the Exhibition c-F 1862 have arranged that the following PRIZES shall bo awarded for the under-named Products; and now solicit the co-operation of their fellow Colonists towards'this great object,-namely, that of demonstrating to the commercial world the prodnotive capabilities of Queensland. ANIMAL PRODUCTS. Wool (sheep's), the best six fleeces; Ist class silver medal Ditto, 2nd best ditto ; 2nd class ditto Ditto, 3rd best ditto ; 3rd class ditto Ditto, 4th best ditto ; 4th class ditto Silk, the best sample ; silver medal Honey, the best sample of 6 bottles; 3 so...

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Local Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 25 July 1861

ILoraS laatcISifcejice. GENERAL POST OFFICE.-Wo call the attention of parties having covrcsp<JDJiciice with Lidia and other foreign parts to. ^ notice issued' by the Postmaster-General this day, intimating that great inconvcnio'.ieojias re- sulted in the making up of inaijç, for thoso places, owing to tho ca-oloss mr^yicrîn which letters inteudcdfortransmissi'-jnarcati^resse(ii and recommending that the v should bear (if for India), in addition to the "amo Gf the toyvn, the Presidency i-a -which such own is is situated; and in 'À\\ cnseSi to' litntc despatch, ir.irl to pre-/nllt the risk of indirect transmission, tho iunost address possible is to bo given. "1'ho same notice contains nn atmouncejr.cnt, that several packets of papers purporting to contain only one, and bearing the sir,pr]0 vate of one penny, addressed to the U.nited Kingdom, have been found to oont ain more than that number, which, being a 1 jveneh of the regulations, will in future forfeit their transmissi...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 25 July 1861

NOTICE. General Post Office, Brisbane, 24th July, 1861. j LETTERS INSUFFICIENTLY ADDUESSDD. a HEAT inconvenience and delay baying bee a occasioned to tins' oOlco in making up mail ¡t for Her Majesty's poss'ssions in India, and fi re other foreign parts bytlevciy imperfect mann >r in which Leiieri intended lor those places a re addressed, it n requested that letters for India in »y tear in addition to the ni rae of the town, t he Presidency In w \\o\\ such town is situated A ad that in all cases v'Ji« fullest address possiblo may be giíuREGULARIii'-POSTED NEWSPAPER 5 Public attention is callul to clause 2 ot 1 he regulations for the- transmission of Ntwspaptrs foi the United Kmgric« n, by winch papers soaddres led are chargeable with one penny FAUI, inconsequence of paokets purporfi ng to contain O\L NH\¡>r-ATFr¡. 3 ONLY,and heiring ti e single late ot one penny, having been lound to contain Mont, than tho numbei , specified. Any I»«.« spapois &o postnd m future | will ...

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Commercial Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 25 July 1861

Commercial InftoHlgenee. MB. R. CBIBB sold ycstcrda y, at his rooms, tho equity of redemption of a farm, formerly the.proporty of tho lato Mr. '.Eldridge, for tho sum of £12. Also a quantity of maize, at from 5s. 2d. to 5 s. 6d. per bushel.

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QUEENSLAND PARLIAMENT. LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. WEDNESDAY, JULY 24. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 25 July 1861

IT. LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. WEDNESDAY, JULY 21. Tue PRESIDENT took tho chair at a quarter past three o'clock, and oponed the proceedings with prayer. ALIENS BILL.. On the motion of Mr. BALFOUR, a mes sago was transmitted < to tho Legislativo Assembly convoying tho Aliens Bill, with an intimation that the Legislativo Council nä- here to their amendments. MINISTERIAL REPRESENTATION IN . THE COUNCIL. Mr. WOOD moved the following resolu- tions : " The Legislative Council begs to point out to the Legislative Assembly the great incon- venience suffered hy itself, and the great injury done to the publio service, owing to the want of n responsible minister to lead in the Legislative Council on behalf of the government. ,Tho Legislative Council is fully per- suaded that both houses of Parliament cannot but agree In thinking that the appointment of ».fourth responsible minister wilLbe the only way to relievo the Legisliitive Council from its present anomalous position. The Legislative...

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The Courier. THURSDAY, JULY 25, 1861. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 25 July 1861

ÍDfre <&mixm< TJIURSDAT, JVLT 25. «01. TUE debate on tho Report of the Nativo Police Committee bids fair to "be a lengthy '£&?, one, apd the result will probably bo as un ttí£ satisfactory as every one who doubted the & impartiality of tho'' Committee expected. * f A l'amer production was never brought to light, »and it is "in, every way worthy of "«-the constructive capacity, of the Colonial Treasurer, who waa the chairman of the coînmittoe. .Had the bon. gentleman been, a retained barrister of doubtful attainments, ¿""he could not have done the work better than lie did, andhe would have deserved a douceur U nt the bands of his employers for his skill in ir propounding "lending questions." ^ The strictures wo passed upon the com ' position of the committee at the time of its appointnieut have been fully home out, and although each member of tJio house who was connected with it woulddoubtless vehe- mently insert'his inuucctice of partial...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 25 July 1861

w^ w TED an active Yean g Man as LIGHT 'ORl'flR. Applv to J. W. BUXTON. RANTED Two Good LABOURERS. GKOliGE BOWSER, Yoik's Hollow. W ANTED a GENERAL SERVANT. Apply toT. B. STI'PHKNS, Courier office. WANTED a Female GENERAL SERVANT. } S Apply to Mrs. GEORGE O'BRIEN, Queen street, WANTED a Respectable Single Female, as COOK, for the country. Apply to Mrs. FITZ. TTANTED an ACTIVE LAD, to make him jV self uiefnl in a Shop. Apply at the French Glom Depot. I-dward-street._ W WANTED a WAITER, lor a first-class Hotel in Ip-twicli. Application to bo mado at the HERALD Oilico. WANTED TWO Respectable and Educated YOU\G LADIES ns SALESWOMEN, at Mrs. HUXTON'3, bailies' Warehouse. WANTED IMMEDIATELY, a TEAM of 10 gord WOIJCING MULLOCKS, dray ami <fenr complete. Apply to WILLIAM BARKER, Kangaroo Point. v&/ AiNTltD tor a Lady, a FURNISHED U BEDROOM nndROARD, with a lespocfc ible piivnte family (not in(a boarding house) in town ni- tho ¡mundíate vicinity. Address W. S., l'o-it Ofli...

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Shipping Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 25 July 1861

«tripping latelllsene B. *ta Telegraph will leave fox Sydney on.'Tuesday next, the 30th instant. BTBJUIERS FOR Irswicn.-Leading the A.£i.N. Com- pany's wharf-the Brisbane, this day at hair-past 10 o'clock j the Ipswich, to-morrow at hidf-past 11 (/clock. LYTKW, July 24.- The C/arence aTd Yarra. Yarra, stcamors, left this moi ning. No arrivals Weather fine.

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