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GAYNDAH. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) GAYNDAH, JULY 13,1861. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 26 July 1861

GAYNDAH. (FBOM oun OWN COUBESPONDENT.) GAYNDAH, JULY 13,1861. A FEW days ago our town was thrown into a state of great excitement by the arrival of a Chinaman, from Maryborough, by name James Shiuni, who gave information that a murder had been committed about eight weeks ago, by one " Deung," on another Chinaman named Johnny, in one of the board and lodging houses belonging to the fraternity. It required a good deal of persuasion before anyone would credit the story, as it seemed so unlikely that a human being could be murdered in the heart of our town, and no one ever hearing of it ; but, strange ns it may appear, such had been indeed the case. It appears that, froina conversation with another Chinaman in Maryborough, who carno from Gayndah, Shiam received the intelligence that Johnny had been murdered on a Sunday evening,, and that be was buried in some place, but where he did not obtain a clue. Shiam went directly to the Police Magistrate, Mr. Kent, and after telling him the stor...

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

Steam to Sydney. ^,^HB TELEGRAPH from tim A.S. N Co.'s Now » Wharf, on TUESDAY nest, "30th inst. GEO. D. WEBB, Agent. MAIL COACH. BRISBANE AND IPSWICH DAILY. FROM Ipswich at 0 a.m., leaving tho Claren- don Hotel every morning, arriving in Brisbane at 10 a.m.; And Returning from Brisbane at 2 p.CTi., leaving the Prince Albert Hotel, South Pjrisbane, every afternoon, and arriving in l^wich nt 6 p.m. Fares-8:.. each way, London International Exhibition of 1862. QUEENSLAND BRANCH. THE Commissioners for the Exhibition of 1862 have arranged that the following PRIZKS shalljuo awarded [or the under-named Products; anJ.'itow solioit the co-oporatinn of their fellnw Colonists towards this great object,-namely, that of demonstrating to the commercial world the productive capabilities of Queensland. ANIMAL PRODUCTS. Wool (sheep's), Hie best six fleeces ; 1st class silver medal Ditto, 2nd best ditto ; 2nd class ditto Ditto, 3rd heit ditto ; 3rd class ditto Ditto, 4th best ditto ; 4th clans ditto...

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

NEW BOOKS, JUST RECEIVED. THE United States Map, showing the slave holding StateR price 2s. 6d. The Woman in White ; cheap edition. "Pearls of Orr*s Island, by Mrs. Stowe First Impressions, by Hugh Miller Spnrgeon's Sermons, last volume Kelly on tho Vine ; a fresh supply Carey's StatutCB, vol 1, now i Lady A large lot of new book's, ex Tolegraph. EssajSand Reviens will aruve ex August mail. At J. W. BUXTON'S, Wholesale and Retail Stationery Stores. PRINCIPAL AGENT in the Colony for Mr. L. F. LANDSBERG'S MAP OF QUEENSLAND, MAP OF Tlití KENNEDY. JAMES MILLAR, Bookseller, &c. PUGH'S SKETCH OF QUEENSLAND price ONE SHILLING.-On Sale at tho COURIER OFFICE, and Mr. JAMES MIL- LAR'S, Bookseller. Edward-street -rJMl in Piice of Flour. FLEMING'S FINE FLOUR, in 1001b and 2001b bass Adelaide flour, Barker's Sydney flour, and 50lh bags ol new California flour At'thf i educed rates, by tho single bag or by the ton. A. J. HOCKINGS. Opposite the Court House, Brisbane. FINESTi CONGOU TEA, oh...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 26 July 1861

MARRIED. At Moggill, on the 18th inst., by the Rev. W.   Curnow, William Robert, third son of Mr. Job     Twine, to Anne, eldest daughter of Mr. James   Shield, of Moggill.    

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Letter to the Editor. BISHOP TUFNELL AND THE BOARD OF EDUCATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 27 July 1861

ILötlter i,t> Hvü'üLúñtni'. BISHOP TUFNELL AND THE BOARD OF EDUCATION. Sut,-I liave often admired the delicacy of feeling, not to say the sense of propriety, manifested by the editors of public journals, and other exponents and movers of public feeling, in refraining from all remarks touching the ciiminality or innocence of individuals whoso trial was pending. It is generally felt that anything which may influ- ence tho minds of the public, and especially of the jury, and which may tend to inflame feelings either against the accused or his accusers, may go to defeat the ends of even handed justice. Especially is it unusual for the chief actors in the trial-either tho prisoner at the bar or his accuser-to appeal to the public journals, and offer evidence, which may be all fair enough when prosontcd to the jury as it sits in court. Í reglet that it was only yesterday my attention was drawn to a letter from his Lordship the Bishop of Brisbane, which ap- peared in the Courier of the ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Weekly Calendar. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 27 July 1861

WeeÏ4Îy Cwïeneïan«. HIGH WATKB AT BIMANE. Days. Sítnrdny.... Sunday. .MOIKIHV .... Tnei-ilny .... WclueMluy. Tlmifiliiv.... Friday.."..... .lui v. 27 39 29 SO .",1 An-. 1 3 It). 3 51 .i as 5 «I (i li C it) .3 32 .1 IS .0 43 G 30 SDS. Rises. Sets. 6 40 r, 20 6 40 5 20 (i 45 9 27 G 45 S 27 0 44 0 27 ti ?14 5 28 G 43 5 29

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 27 July 1861

TO CORMESl'OXDEXTil. SKVKR\D communications aro still neecssniily postponed, among others one from Dean Rigney on " The Grammar School Question."

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE DOWNS. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) TOOWOOMBA, JULY 25. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 27 July 1861

THE DOWNS. 33 (FROM 0D« OWN COItRESPONnENT.) id TOOWOOMBA, JULY 25. PmMAKY EDUOATÎOÏT.-A general com- mittee meeting was held in the Council Chamber on Monday evening last : present, Messrs. Robert Dexter (chairman), AV. IT. Groom, Oh T. Rallard, H. Lindenberg, T. G Robinson, J. Klein, A. S. Walker, and II. Fitzgerald. According to the report of the sub-committcp, fifty children were promised to attend the sein oi at its first opening, and .'.«r-i ¡plions to the amount of £-10 towards situ-, _ " - teacher had been promised, the salary 01 .. ' -t the sub-committee ft appeared, however, to... - and they had not completed their canvas«, -fv were of opinion that ni leasi »evt..., children would" äffend. -The honorary teere- } tary was instructed to coirimhnicate with Mie secretary of the educational committee in Brisbane, and enquire what supplementary lUMstence would be afforded by the board, lo the efforls of the committee here., COJIMKHCIATJ.-Mr. Thoa. Alford held n sale of slops and...

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Local Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 27 July 1861

to fij«»<'i»3 HisSi'SHKCiiee. not -o LDUC VIIOV Coirsiiii FL -Wo understand th it the committee appointed by the Legis litivo Assembly to impute into the working it the picsont system ot n itionaleducation in he colony line ai lived at a decision which nil preclude the possibility of then rcpoit being hi ought up dilling the present session Etreinte Ti M.M uni-Wo aie informed that the line of telogi aph was completed to Uiaj ton is fin b lok as the 3ul inst and th it the posts ne up and the wuc hung to within twenty miles ol Wuwiek Ibu hue to the I ittei place will piobahly bo complete in three vu eks fiom this ('uto mid wo should imagine that-if no delay is occasioned hy the inthoiitics-we ought to íeip the benefits iiising Loin instantaneous communication with Sydney about the commencement of Octobei Hie Now South Wales line was \peeted to be emipleted to om southern boiiiidiny on the .¿did inst so th it thci o « ill ho no detention on the other side of the tiontici Dit...

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Shipping Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 27 July 1861

Shipping Intelligence. TBBTfVjynnTi will leave for Sydney ontTnMday next, the 30th instant. STEAMERS FOR IPSWICH-Leaving the A. S. N. Co.'s wharf-the Brisbane, this day, at half-past li o.olnck : the Ipswich, on Monday, ut 1 o'clock. The Pioneer is still lyinjr at R itP.s wharf, but will probably sall to-dav." LTTTOV, July 2f>.-No arrivals or departures. Weather fine. Wind W.

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BRISBANE PRICES CURRENT. CORRECTED TO DATE. WINES AND SPIRITS. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 27 July 1861

BlUSBAMä PRICES CIXRULNT. CORHEOTLD TO DATE. WINKS AM> Sraira Brandy, MarteU's jior gul. 0 lu Do. Heness*'», do. ... 0 la Do. United Vineyard do. O 11 Do. best blands, in eases, per dozen . 1 5 Do. inferior do. do. ... U IA Hum, W L, SO ii.it. per gal 0 4 "Whiskey, good do. ... O 5 Do. In case, per dozen ... 0 16 Geneva, J DICK, or key, 4 gal. case . Old tom, best brand« per dozen . Port, (food (|u ilily 1 d. £ 0 to 0 0 " 0 0 " 0 s. d. 1» 6 13 ii 11 G 0 17 0 " .0 l8 6 per gal. Sherry, du. do. Do. per donen Cliaiiipugiie, do. Claret do. ... Bock, do. ... o li 0 lu 1 IG .1 IO 1 ft Î 10 N AiJt 4\n Piu.Ti.li., Ale, Bas*'* No. !). ;) j) JK In «.se, pee dozen ... 0 10 PortT, good lier hgd. ... 4 )Q Do. In ease per donan ... (lil Vwrti, O HAIN, -\si) PRO Flour, Sidnev, per ton D.i. Adelaide do.. J'o, Tiisni'inhiii . P.«. Ol.iH.lo.... ti ib, |K.f Inisiiel ., (¿'Barley, do.,.. 18 10 lil IO 19 IO M f) U ¡> 0 4 ?^Braii,2<)lbs.'totlisbushiji 0 1 0 " « Ki 0 o' " " 1Ä 0 0 " a 2 Ü...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 27 July 1861

.. To Land and Stock Owners. FOR SALI',-A Superior Fample of SEEDS, in casen of 50 lbs wright. r Lucerne (or South American Alfalfa) ll-d Clover White Clorcr. Th<-se Set di aro of choice quality, and impivited by 0 Ledger, 1-i-q., nhc.se iniino ia familiar lo cverv one in ooniiietion with the Alpaca, «ill be a M.llieieiit wnirantf -i.f their value. HiiKlllNG, HAUri-.U, A CO., hew Titt-slieet, ¡sydney. Australian Furniture, Floorcloth, Cai pet, and Beading Warehouse, 100, KING-STUhiîT, SYDM.JÏ. iFolcss SHBB!, Jfla.tîoi", SOM, «G f o, f> I'.G to inform their frirnds and customers, ) both in town «ml (ouniry, that they have uliiavaoii bund aiuhfor S/\LK a large lind well si-h eted assortment of Kii<.Mi and coloiiial-maiie I-nt\riül{lsei.iis^tiiigof Urawiiiir-ruoni -olas, in lonewood and wainui. wood Ditto, hiiniges, ditto ditto Käs. and ulher i-hdrs, ditto ditto l'.o<,iiii and «val IO,, tables, ditto ditto I'hiti' LTISSS front iiml hack e-hiff uieiS,...

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Miscellaneous. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 27 July 1861

Miscellaneous. } LADY STAMTOUD has given a donation of £300, to be divided equally between the poor ..1 the two parishes of St. Mary aud AH Saints, at iNewmaiket, in commemoratiou .f the victory of Diophanlut. in the Two Thousand Guinea Stakes. > The lepreseiilatioii of Flintshire, vacant hy the decease of the lion, E. L. Mostyn, is not unlikely to be warmly contested. ,Lord It. Grosvenor is already iii the field ,as a latididate m the Libetal iuteicbt, ,wlii,Ie ¿ho Conservatives, it is stated,'intend to,put loiwaid Mr. Hughes of Kimmcl-park, .as the representative of the feelings ,and in- terests of that party in the county. \; A Mr«. Maria Biggin» was entitled to a dfe annuity, payable out of the Dublin Court of Chancery, with power to dispobe by will of the fund tu comt. lu 1858 the husbnntl ol ibis woman pioduced a ceitifi catoofbir diathmid of her bunal.in Glas cevin Cemetery, nnd'aL'o <-. will, purporting . to be mude by her, aw] iii virtucof.it ti sum of £500 wa...

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QUEENSLAND PARLIAMENT. LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. THURSDAY, JULY 25. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 27 July 1861

QUEENSLAND PARLIAMENT. LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. Thursday, July 25. [The following portion of our report of Thurs- day's proceedings were omitted from our issue of yesterday.] NATIVE POLICE FORCE. [CONTINUATION OF DEBATE.] Mr. RAFF would vote for the report, but must express his dissent from many of its re- commendations; and at the same "time state   that there were one or two important omis- sions. He had approached the matter with unbiassed feelings, and believed it to be as important to the black man as the white race. They must first consider their duty before their interest. They all admitted that perfect protection was required. He believed it was a most extraordinary assumption on the part of an hon. gentleman, to say the blacks had as much right to steal cattle as the aristocracy of England had to kill foxes. He thought if the hon. gentleman had found his cattle with the tongues cut out and brands cut off, he would soon have renounced his theory; but that the abori...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 27 July 1861

te» NOW OJ?EN. SAMUEL Di .VIS & CO. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL GEOCERS, * ¡IRONMONGERS, CLOTHIERS. DRAPERS, BOOT, GLASS. AND CROCKERY MERCHANTS. CORNER OF QUEEN AND GEORGE STREETS, _ NORTH BRISBANE. THE ATTENTION of the PUBLIC is specifically drawn to the undermentioned j LIST of ARTICLES constantly on hand at tho above Stores:- _ ' GROCEIIIES. Best black tea, per lb. .., Ditto Gunpowder, per lb. Tine brown sugar, per lb. Light brown sugar, per lb. Loaf sugar, per lb. Best currants, per lb. , .. Best raisins, per lb. Muscatels, per lb. Sinclair's hams, per lb. .. Engliab cheese, per lb. .. Best Patna rice, per lb. .. Mocha coffee, per lb. ,with a selection of NEW £ 8. d. 0 2 6 0 3 6 0 0 5 0, 0 5i O O 7J 0-0 8 0 0 8J -0 10 0 14 Ole 0 0 3 1 Pickles, assorted, per bottle ... Sardines, per tin . Red herrings, per tin . Bottled fruits, per bottle New jams, per jar. Sperm candles, per lb. Curry, per bottle . Almonds in shell, per lb. Champion's pure vinegar, per quart. Bottled vinegar, ...

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THE NORTH AGAINST THE SOUTH. (From the New Tork Courier and Enquirer.) [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 27 July 1861

THE NORTH AGAINST THE SOUTH. (From the iVcio Toris Courier and Enquirer.) IN; tbe first placo the blockade of the coast from the Chesapeake to the mouth of the Rio Grande, will he most thorough ; and vessels of light draft, but well armed, and having disposable troops on board, will be found passing into every inlet on the Southern coast, landing men and making assaults upon tho rebel population. The larger ships, accompanied by large transports, will doubt- less have largo numbers of troops on board -, and from time to time, large numbers of sflicient volunteers or regulars will bo landed -capturing and punishing the principal dis- tricts ol' country along the seaboard. Those assaults will bo made by large bodies of men, and at tho principal points on tho coast, while minor attacks will bo made everywhere-so that the whole force of. the rebels vvillbo'ro quired to resist them and protect tboir pro- perty. The word " property " becomes ex- ceedingly significant now. The Southern Con...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Letter to the Editor. A CORRECTION. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 27 July 1861

Letter to the Editor. A CORRECTION. SIR,—In your report of my speech upon the Native Police question, I beg to correct an error, which, as it involves the personal character of a gentleman (Captain Duma- resq), for whom I entertain tho highest esteem, the correction is rendered more ne- cessary. I did not say that Captain Duma- resq "had a character for severity," but   "that the person alluded to by Mr. Watts,   as having had a son killed by the natives, was well known to have been accused of undue severity against the natives, both on New England and the Macintyre Brook. To save further mistakes, the name of this   gentleman was Marks." There is one other error which I should wish to point out. It is in the paragraph relating to the belief by the blacks relative to a future state. I said that "I flatly   denied the statement made by some wit- nesses that the aborigines had no sense of a future state." You have the article "a" &am...

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The Courier. SATURDAY, JULY 27, 1861. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 27 July 1861

SATURDAY, JULY 27, 1861. Before entering with that minuteness which the matter demands upon the con-     sideration of the Report of the Select Committee on the Native Police, and of the evidence accompanying that docu- ment, it is necessary again to recur to the debate, or discussion - for debate it can scarcely be called - which has taken place upon the subject. The very sin- gular speech with which the Colonial Treasurer brought forward the report on Wednesday evening was more than para- lelled in inconsecutiveness and folly by Mr. MACALISTER's display on Thursday   afternoon; and the horrors of Mr. WATTS       were scarcely so gloomy as the confes- sions of Mr. GORE; but they all went in   great measure astray from the subject. They fell with great vehemence on the character of the unhappy abori- gines, but the efficacy or ineffi- cacy of any measures hitherto adopted for their reclamation...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 27 July 1861

17UM SYDNEY, to sail in a few dava, the regular trader VIXEN," Captain BENNETT. GEORGE RAFF AND CO. ISFANTED a GENERAL SEUVANT. Apply VV to Met. STEPHENS, Ciimbooqiiepa. w ANTI!» HU active Yuan« Mun as LIGHT PORTER Apply to J. W. BUXTON. \ WANTED TWO itespeotablo und Mutated IV YOUNG LADIES «s SALESWOMEN, »t Mrt. HUXTON'S, Ladies' Warehouse. U/-ANTI£l> BUSINESS PttBillShS, suitable for a STOKE. Apply to G. UNMACK, mxt to Mr. Trundle's. \k ANTI5D Laborers, Stone Cutters, Masons, r» and Horses and Drays. COOK and DAY, contractors, Frog's Hollow*. WA N T Ii I) ut the Cleveland Saw Mills, LABORERS, and handy men used to the «xe. WANTED a Young Lady, witb £500 per ?» annum income. Mudie a good Milliner, and well accustomed to the Jîmpery trade. Apply to H. 0. It, Drapery Stores, Queen-street. WANTED for the steumer Breadalbane, four Deok Hands. Wages, £4 per month. Apply to R. TOWNS and Co. South Brisbane, 2«lh'.Iiilv, 1861. U ANTED TO PURCHASE, for CASH, U Small Piece of Lund (if wit...

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QUEENSLAND PARLIAMENT. FRIDAY, JULY 26. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 27 July 1861

Xl QUEENSUND PARLIAMENT. FRIDAY, JOLT 2G. Tim PRESIDENT took the chair at twenty minutes past three o'clock. THE JUDGE. '' - Mr. FITZ moved the following resolu- tions : (l.)That this house lins carefully and in a loyal spirit, weighed the despatch of Her Majesty's Principal Secretary of State for the Colonies, dated February 26th, 1801, lu which tlio l'iirlininant of Queensland is requested to reconsider that part of the Supreme Court Bill passed in the session of I860, which ¡rave to Air. Justice Lutwyche the salary of £1209 per annum, as provided for the Ju-lgo of this colony in the Schedule to her Majesty's Order in Council of June 6th, 1*59. (2.) That it appears from lils own official correspondence -luid before the Legislative Assembly on the 29th May, 18GO, p. 453 of the printed records of the ses- sion of 1800, that Mr. Justice Lutwyche claimed on the separation of this colony, to resume his sent on the bench at Sydney, as beiiijr to all Intents and purposes a Judge of New S...

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