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

Steam to Sydney. 11 HE TELEGRAPH from . Hie A. S. K Co.'s New Wharf, on TUEbDAY next, 30th hist. GEO. D. WEBB, Agent. Black Ball Lino of Packets. SYDNEY TO LONDON. TO SAIL AUGUST loth, 11HE magnificent first-class Abcr . deen clipper ship CAIRNGORM, 938 tons, li. S. Cairncross, com- mander. This colebrated ship made her last homeward passage in 72 days, and hat again arrived after an extraordinary run of 77 days. She is now pre- pared to receive cargo. She has a lnll poop, and splendid accommodation for first-olass passengers. A few passengers in the fcecond cabin will be taken at moderate rates. For terms of freight or pnssoge, apply to Captain CAIRNCROSS, on board, at Circular Quay; or to YOUNG, LARK, und BENNETT, George and Jlnigaret streets, Sydney. NOTICE. £10 REWARD. STOLEN or STRAYED from Moçan, Weir River, near Galandoon, Darling Downs Dis- trict, a Ray HORSE, branded UM near shoulder, and saddle marked on near side. The above re- ward will be paid, if stolen, on conviction,...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. WEDNESDAY, JULY. 24. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 25 July 1861

LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. WEDNESDAY, JULY. 24. Tun SPEAKER took the chair at ten minutes past three. QUEENSLAND STEAM NAVIGATION COMPANY. Mr. LILLEY presented a potition from Messrs. Pickering, Warry, Richards, and another, in favor of the incorporation of a company to bo callod tho " Quoonslaud Steam Navigation Compauy." The petition was received. CALABASHES. Mr. WARRY, pursuant to notice, asked the Colonial Suciclary " Whether it is his Intention, In this or the next besslon of Parliament, to Introduce a I j hill for the purpose ol' milking Illegal, printed j , plppPi ol' piper es'IPI! pnllbiislu", »hie'i at present i * culi,»» Cleat inojiiviiiiieuce to the public, and par- ) ^ ticularly to the poor." « s Tho COLONIAL SECRETARY replioa, that the matter referred to should rceeivo tho careful consideration of tho government during the recess. (Hear, hear, and laughter.) COOLIE IMMIGRATION. On tho motion of Mr. HALY, tho petition presented by bim yesterday with reference to Ooolio immigr...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Local Intelligence. ANNIVERSARY SERVICES OF THE PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 26 July 1861

Ijoeml Intelligence. ANNIVERSARY SERVICES OF THE PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. 'THE anniversary services in connection with "the opening of tho Presbyterian Church, "Brisbane, wore commenced on Sunday last by sermons from the Rev. G-. M. Reid, of Ipswich. ; and on Tuosday evening a soirco was hold in the church, which was presided over by the Rov. 0. Ogg. About 250 porsons .wore present, among whom wero many mem Tjers of other denominations. Tea being over, *nd tho proceedings of tho evening having been opened by prayer from the Rev. Mr. Turner, and singing, Tha Rev. C. OGG stated that thoy had met to celebrate the third anniversary of the open- ing of the church. It had been customary in previous years to hold the anniversary soirees and the annual soireo at difTercnt times, but .this course being found inconvenient, it had "beenresolvodtoholdtbetwotogcther this year. Throd years bad elapsed since the congrega- tion first mot within those walls, during which' they had seen many changes, and...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. FRIDAY (THIS DAY). [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 26 July 1861

LEGISLATIV!' ASSEMBLY. FRIDAY (Tnib DAY). oovi'iîNMr.sr UUMNI ss-ounu: or THE DAY. Revenue und Au lit Hill : . CiiiHiitvriiUou m UJ\II mlttce of Legislative Council's Amendmeuts, ."_ OEÍTR.U. BUSPs-ESS'-XOTtCIB OF MOTtoS. ' Mr. R. CBIAJ t.i move-" That an address be pre- sented to the Governor, praying that Ins Mwi lcney will be pleased to eause to be bud upon tlie table of this house eopicsof the following documents mentioned ¡if i* despatch nom the Secretary of State for the Colonids je'spMtiiig Asiatic ia »r (1.) Copy of à memorial addiwîd by Mr Gttnrles Nicholson and others to his Bxcellency the öovei nor. (2 ) Copy of a ''similar application bom a number Of gentlemen" to^ tho Seciefary of Stato for the ColSnies." (3.) Copy of the. ''principal Ians on the subject enacted in the Y! est Indies. ORNTRAD DUSÎHESS-OnDEES OP Tim DAY. , Consideration dm* committco of nddless to the Governor in lel'erenoe to the creation of tlie outee of .Minister for Lands mid Works. Aliens'Bill:.Consi...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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PARLIAMENTARY BUSINESS. LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. FRIDAY (THIS DAY). NOTICE OF MOTION. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 26 July 1861

PARLIAMENTARY BUSINESS. LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. FRIDAV (THIS DAY). N0T1CB,01> MoTIOS. The Honorable li. B. Prra to present " A Bill for Amending tho Law 1'elatiii'' to Larceny aud other Olfcnces by Carriers um! other Bailees." ORUKIU UF rai: DAY. Masters' and Sei vants' Hill : second reading. .Mmiieipalltleb' Bill : third reading. Supreme Court Constitution Bill: third reading. KeiilPropcrty Hill: third reading.

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
CAN COTTON BE SUCCESSFULLY CULTIVATED IN QUEENSLAND BY EUROPEAN LABOR? [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 26 July 1861

CAN COTTON BE SUCCESSFULLY CUL- TIVATED IN QUEENSLAND BY j EUROPEAN LABOR? ! WHILE tho question of tho cotton Bupply is now pressing itsolf upon the earnest consi- deration of the wbolo British nation, a small pamphlet is issued by authority of tho go- vernment of the now colony of Queensland, entitled, " Queensland. Emigration to tho now colony of Australia, tho future'Cotton Field of England." . Tho question with which this paper is beaded, seems to bo definitely dotcrmined by the statements mado by 'the Queensland go- vernment in reference to the peculiar capabi- lities of tho soil of that part of Australia tor tlie production of cotton, and especially in re ferencc to tho olimato us suited to the Euro- pean constitution. , It appears that cotton lias been exported in small quantities to Eng- land for several years; that tho quality of the textile has been pronounced by thohighest authorities ns very superior, and of an'aver ago value of Is. 4d. per lb. That this cotton can be gr...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Weekly Calendar. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 26 July 1861

Weekly C'nSviielar. HIOD WATER AI BRISBAMS. So».' Days. Date. Morn. Aftei. Rises. Sets. Wednesday... July. 26 27 28 29 30 31 Aug. 1 '2 20 3 10 3 54 4 38 5 21 6 6 6 SO 2 46 3 32 4 l8 5 0 5 43 6 30 7 10 6 4b 6 46 6 4l, 6 45 6 45 6 44 0 44 a 25 5 26 5 26 5 27 5 27 S 27^ 5 28

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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QUEENSLAND PARLIAMENT. LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. WEDNESDAY, JULY 24. NATIVE POLICE FORCE. The subjoined speeches were nece sully omitted in our yesterday's report] [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 26 July 1861

QUEENSLAND PARÜMOT. ] LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. WEDKE.-B.VY, JULY 21. NATIVE POLICE FORDE. \ ITlio subjoined speech«'« «oro tieco sully oinlttod in our yesterday'« report] \ Jin. GORE regretted exceedingly that Mr. Coxon had not been cMlcd upon by tho coin mitco. That gentleman bad never occurred to him, or ho would certainly have caused bim to* be summoned. Ho regretted very much tho omission, as that' gentleman would havo given information which would havo boon very valuable as coming from ono who bad. liad' muob experience with rho natives, was known to bo vury .favorably inclined to them, and had not rencivodimich trouble from them. The northern districts sho\ved,tlio ne- cessity of an'jbfficicnt police foruo, Iho natives in that quarter, from the waut of such' force, having run into oxcosses. Ho thought that the solo difference on this subjeotwns as to tho continuation of the force. It was, how over, provod by tho evidence that the force would bo a most efficient onof if placed und...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 26 July 1861

Mil. W. IL BUZACOTT has been appointed agent for TOB CoroitB at Rockhampton, and, is authorised to receivesubwiptioiisiuidadvertise-' ments, to give receipts lor money, Ac., Ac. WE are compelled to omit our leading article, several letters, (among other*, ono ti oin the liev Mr. Head, in reply to Bishop Tufnell, on the Education question), mid much other matter; but it is our intention to publish an extra sheet to-morrow, and hope thus to be nble to overtake a jiortioii, at least, of the accumulation.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Shipping Intelligence. CLEARED OUT. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 26 July 1861

BMppfaw Inlem*enee. CLEARED OUT. JUXT 25.-Pioneer, schooner, 88 tons, Capt. Dolan, for the Richmond River, in ballast. No pas t«igers. _ The Telegraph will leave for Sydney on Tuesday next, the 30th instant. STEALERS ros IPSWICH.-Leaving the A.S.N. Co.'s wharf, the Ipswich, thisday,at half-past 11 o'clock; the Brisbane, to-morrow, at half-past 11 o'clock. The Bessie yesterday morning sailed for Cowan Cowan, where she will take in water for her home- ward voyage, and sail on Saturday. Lrrrox, July 23.-No arrivals or departures. Weather, rainy ; wind, N.W.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 26 July 1861

KEYS' COMMERCIAL- & FAMILY HOTEL, ' Near the A.S.N. Co.'s Wharf, CORNER OF MARY & EDWARD STREETS, BEISBANE. CLARENCE AND EâGLE HOTEL, ROCKHAMPTON. EXCELLENT ACCOMMODATION FOR RESIDENTS AND VISITORS. By Mrs. E. Harrison and Mrs. Genery PATRICK MAYNE, FAMILY AND CARCASE BUTCHER. QUEEN STREET, B1USBANE. Sliipping supplied on reasonable terms. iSnrringtons «1* Webb, CUSTOM HOUSE & COMMISSION AGENTS AND SHIP BROKERS BRISBANE. E. HOBSON, WORKING WATCH & CLOCK MAKER, . EDWABD STREET, BBISDANE. OLD BRISBANE STORE. PETERSON AND YOUNGER, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DRAPERS, GROCERS, AND IRON MONGERS. S tanley-streot, fal'ANLEY QUAY, SOUTH BRISBANE. D. B Ü G D E N, CRITERION HOTEL, WARWICK. Colonial Sugar Refining- Company, Sydney, Agent for Queom¡laiiil, EDWARD B. FORREST, Queen's Wharf, North Brisbane. J. EBENSTON, (LATE A. SLAUGHTER), UNDERTAKER, CABINET-MAKER, AND. TURNER, ALBERT-STREET. SHIPPING! AND FAMILY BUTCHER. WILLIAM BAINES, (Successor to J. and W. Orr,) ST...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 26 July 1861

NOWJOPEN. SAMUEL DAVIS & CO. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL GROCERS. .IRONMONGERS. CLOTHIERS, DRAPERS, BOOT. GLASS, AND CROCKERY MERC El ANTS, COHNER OF QUEEN AND GEORGE STREETS, arOKTBS JBfi&ISBAiVE., THE ATTENTION of the PUBLIC is specifically drawn to the undermentioned LIST of ARTICLES constantly on hand at the above Stores : GBOCËKIES. s. d. Pickles, assorted, per bullio ... Sardines, per tin . Red herrings, per tin . Bottled fruits, per bottle New jams, per jar. Sperm candleB, per lb. Curry, per bottle . Almonds in shell, per lb. Champion's puro vinegar, por quart. Bottled vinegar, per quart ... Best mould candles, per lb. s. d. 1 O 0 10 3 0 Best black tea, per lb. 0 2 G Ditto Gunpowder, per lb. ... 0 3 6 Fine brown sugar, per lb. ... 0 0 5 Light brown sugar, per lb. ... 0 0 5} Loaf sugar, per lb. 0 0 7} Best currants, per lb. Best raisins, per lb. Muscatels, per lb. Sinclair's hams, per lb. .. English cheese, per lb. .. Best Patna rice, per lb. .. Mocha coffee, per lb. ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The Courier. FRIDAY, JULY 26, 1861. WARWICK RACES. [PER ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.] (FROM OUR IPSWICH CORRESPONDENT) IPSWICH, THURSDAY, 9.30 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 26 July 1861

ïïfye ®0tttm\ FliWAY, JULI'i«, 1SB1. WARWICK RACES. [TKB, IÜUXTRIO TBLECRAPII.] (FROM oun JPSWJCII coHursroNDr.sT.) IPSWICH, THUUSDAY, 9 80 p.m. NEWS has been received hero this evening as to the result of tho Wnrwick Races,, on the fiat d'ay. ' Report given the uiuning as follows :-^- 4 { * SQUATTHIS' PDRSE. . ' VanTromp ... . 1 Huntsman ... w.. 2 fKuclid . *..'." 3 Seducer . 4 ,' *? PüBLtCANS' PCRSE. Risk ..' . 1 j. Van Tronío ... i. 2 v-* Euclid . ... .. 3 ^ IÏORDLT; RICE. ' '- *AVon by Jin anda.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. THURSDAY, JULY 25. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 26 July 1861

LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. THURSDAY, JULY 25. The PnESJiiRNT took the, chair at twcnty iivo minutes past three o'clock, and opened the pioeocdings with prayer. MASTERS' AND SERVANTS' BILL. Tim PRESIDENT reported that he had re- ceived, a message from the. Logislntivo As- sembly, transmitting the Masters' and ¡ser- vants' Bill for their consideration. BUSINESS BEFORE THE HOUSE. Mr. BALFOUR moved that the house, at its rising, adjourn until tho noxt day. Ho ?believed it was the general wish of both houses that the session should bo brought to a close as soon as possible, and it seemed to bim that they might very materially further the measure» before tho house bj' sitting to- morrow, as well as on the ordinary days. After sonic discussion, in which Air. GAL- LOWAY, Mr. ITra, and Air. WOOD took part, the motion was put and passed. MUNICIPALITIES BILL. On tho motion of Mr. BALFOUR, tho third rending ol' this bill,was postponed ui,til the nest day. IÎOADS CLOSING BILL. On tim motion ol' Air. B...

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Local Intelligence. LIABILITIES OF INNKEEPERS AND BAILEES FOR HERE. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 26 July 1861

fljo«!»I HiitcBliftewcc. I I1 * LIABILITIES or INNKEEPERS . AXD BAUJÎES TOR UWE. -SoniL important point» wuc .nled by iii Justice Jiutwvcho at the end sittings of the Supicnio Cumt lntelv IILIII nr Tonnoombi, in rcfpii»npp to the linhililv ot innkecpeis at LOiiinion lan to make good anj lost 01 stolen piopeitv helonginr to then guests, anil nKo with n lei mee to tho liability of nwnorsof paddocks who take in horses loi lure His Honor decided that an mnkecpi i*s liability, us such, for tbe property ol his KUI st, does not extend be)omi ihn p'ei mois of tim in», or some contiguous plncp, windi ho Ins lum accustomed to trent is part of the inn, unless the innkeeper of Ins own head, and without consulting his guest, takes the piupertv of his guest to sonic plací» not <id]oining the precinct" "I ti»' um In the eise relened to (Cardew v Dare), tbeitfoie, les it nppeaied that the plaintiff had dasind tho détendant lo put his horse into n paddock which vv is a rjimfpi of a mile d...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 26 July 1861

1SIG2SSSAWE. -9 FORMERLY OF THE FIRM OF BOOTH AND BALSILLIE, MELBOURNE AND SANDHURST, T>EGS respeotfully to inform tho Ladies and Inhabitants of Queensland, that those IN QUEEN-STREET, will be opened by him under the name of EDINBURGH EL/u, AS A WHOLESALE AND REÏijgL " DRAPERY WAREHOUSE, ON SATURDAY IEX|T, E. H. BOOTH, Having just returned from visiting the English, Scotch, French, anil Continental Markets, can offer to the Public of Queensland the Choice of a Magnificent Stock of Goods, i Most carefully selected, with a -view to the requirements of this cqlony. By the class of Goods kept, and Novelties as they appear in the Home Markets being regularly sent out, he will enable the Ladies aud inhabitants of Queensland to obtain all the Novelties ef Dress in their own Metropolis. ! In the following i LIST OF DEPARTMENTS EVERY NOVELTY WILL BE FOUND : Shawls Mantles Silks Fancy Dresses Merinos Coburgs Prints Ginghams Family Linens Hosiery Gloves Laces Ribbons | Sewed Muslins Parasol...

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Commercial Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 26 July 1861

Ctommes'cial .l«»t<i»!ii,'cesíce. Mr. C. TituvDi.E reports sales- on Wednesday and yesterdii) ni potato«, at £10 per ton, and Cork butter, at Is. 1 Jd. per lu. Mr. T. HOWDKN held a large sale at Messrs. G. JKuffand Co.'s wharf, yeiteidny, at which there was a good attendance. The wines advei tlseil, being summer sorts, were withdrawn. The following lots passed the hammer:-300J It. cedar hoards, an 2d. to 2èd. per foot ; 40,01)0 laths, at 10s. per 1000 : 21 toilet tables, I rom 124. Cd. to 13s. each : dates, 3¿d. per lb. : almonds, 4il do.; raisins, 2¿d. do. ; currants, 2^1. do.; bottled fruits, 11s. 6d. to 11s. 9d. per dozen ; sauces, 7s. 3d. to 7s. (3d. do.

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 26 July 1861

w ANTED an active Young Man as LTOHT PORTER. Apply to J. W. BUXTON. w "DaGRNBKAL SEKVANT. Apply tX'T T* g',. ""Hßls'S, Obarier office. "ANTED B GOOD"SAYJEB' APP*J"-fc the " Courier" Office. _1 "YTTANTED TWO Kespeetable mid bdiicaitw YV YOUNG LADIES as SALUSWOMJLN, at Mrs. BUXTON'S, Ladies' Warehouse. UrANTEU BUSINESS PRhMJShS, suita'de TI for u STOKE. Apply to G. UNMAOK,' next to Mr, Trundle's. ' ANTKD for a Lady, a FURNISHED BEDROOM and BOARD, with a respect- able private tamily (not III,» boardiug house) in town or the iiumtdiate vicinity. Address V\. S., Post Office. , ' ANTED tor the Queensland Cot'on Com VV m,."-2 SPL11 TERS and FENCERS, AGRIOÏÏL-iUBAL i^TOÇRI'-RS, 1 GOOK. Apply at Mr. A. MARTIN0 Registry Offico, Queen-street. Fencing. Tir ANTED CONTRVCTOKS for SOO rods, VY three rail. Apply to Ii. DOUGLAS, Esq. Kangaroo l'oint. rilHE PRESS.-A REPORTER (aerbatim) and JL CORRESPONDENT of great experience wants an ongugtment. Address " Z," offioe of this pa] er. ' r*j"HErtdveitis...

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IPSWICH. [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.] WEDNESDAY, JULY 24. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 26 July 1861

? _ [FKOSI OUR OWK COltItI'31'OSDENT.] WnDNKSOAY, J WV 21, I amsötf give you any tmf intelligence with ícspnct <;o,the Wai\viclt"iaces, í havtí poon informed thal nccording lei judges, -who bavo seen tim hoisc's, iho fuvoiitcs uro or ought to be as follows :-For tho Maiden Plate, Seducer and Fliit; for the Squatter's Puïso, (1) Huntsman, (2) Euclid,, (3) Van Tiomp ; for Um Publican's Purs«, (1 ),Bisk, (2) Euclid; for the Town Plato, (D Huntsman, (2) Euclid;'for tho Ladies' Purse, (1) Kisk, (2) Euclid, (-1) Van Tiomp; for tim Soiling; Stakes, Chatios I. Constable Broderick of tim Ipswich police was returning from Brisbane on Monday evening, and was crossing the Bundamba Crock) when his horso shiud at something on tho bridgo and throw him", ? Ho lay for au hour totally insensible, ima is now suffering from cuts in the head and fuco which ho received in his fall. Mr. Trotter's, oiiginal contvact for the School of Arts is about completed; but ho has taken aiioihur for the pla...

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LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. THURSDAY, JULY 25. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 26 July 1861

LEGISLATIVE ASSKMBLY. THURSDAY, JULY 25. The Sl'EAKE« toak the chair at a quarter nns,l Hu co. IMPERIAL ACT WITH REFERENCE TO QUEENSLAND. Mr. MACALISTER bogged to withdraw the question standing in his name, having bad an opportunity of soiling and perusing the bill to which that question referred. APPROPRIATION ACT. On tho motion of tim COLONIAL TREA- SURER, the Appropriation Bill for .1001-1)2, was read a second timo. Tim House then wont into committee upon this bill, all tho clauses of which were passed without amendment. Tim measure was then reported without amendments to the house, and Um third reading was set down as an order of tim dny for Tuosdav next. NATIVE POLICE COMMITTEE. Mr. MACALISTER, in rising to rouovv tim debate upon this report, for tho adjournircnt of which ho had moved yesturday, said that, although he could not award the loport very high praise as a literary production,' yoi, looking at it with roforencB to the voluminous evidence with which it was accompanied ...

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