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WOOL MARKETS. (From the Mark Lane Express.) BRITISH WOOL. [Newspaper Article] — The Moreton Bay Courier — 24 June 1848

?i^j'i íft - WOOL MARKETS. ¿1¡ ^'.iCFrbth ,tJÍe Mark Lañé. Empress'.X.... -' "d'.-i-i!; - . . : BHITISIJ. ÍJYJOOL. 'V .7 1, ^'-»IÍBEDS/» FEB? . lÍ'.~Thcrc'! hasi not??; beeni .any variation'itîi the 'amount 'of sales this weekend the ,pricësrare without ^alteration'. . DtRS ciinedV'ánd' ^parties are'locking forward'' to the püblic'W'ool sales, and exp^ â: b'ètter'tûné to tlie provincial markets.. '' ' . ' ' <; SA^SBU!\Y, Feb.'.8.rr-Hjóldérsi ¡ pf, the." best., had bfièn í offered, I by; t«? Wester ii. cloth ¡cfs from, Í1 £d. io,Ï2dV,fbr^upe'rioi teg,;;second quality, 10£d. to I Id." ¡;,mix/nl', half ; and. ha\f, .9(1.-; course 7|di 'to .Sd^.^radft'bétterV'jV. ",,,y ;._".. s, V'V'Vv-''VV LiVERrboL, FEB. 12..... > <M\-\'-:\ . * ^SCOTCH,-There- still continues a fair- demand for laid Highland, which is met by the holders freely, atlate'rates. ' White" Highland is still en- quired for. There.is.a fair amount of business doing;in bpthxrosscd and;Cheviots.;;u . ; ...

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BRITISH EXTRACTS. MONEY MARKET AND CITY INTELLIGENCE. (From the Times, February 17.) [Newspaper Article] — The Moreton Bay Courier — 24 June 1848

?iU* BíA'Í*TI'SH,,1lEXíTAA,fC1T'S;,,i V "'"' í.j/i _|!. .' :'.n l\ .7JV. fU " ' . ...ii' . ;'J":.CJ U'MÍY.) J MOÜEY MARKET "ANT)i CITÍ-ÍNTELLÍ Êtt£/r<ti;rn rt>.y ,-i, -GENCEis ; i,'/*'/.-. .'.'.J <,.:. -uV-i YWromWeiTtin'esï'Féb'rùary L7.'^)'f '" ' Tiúj^Eríglish funds opened this morning (at an improvement,of an eighth,and, have since expe lience'di a, further advanced Consols for money was first quoted 89^ to %, and o^ing to the belter stajte'of fbe¡French maiket,and tlie general natuie pjf tlie^orugn, intelligence, they went lo 89f lo £, a.t which* they closed. For the accouqt^láth of Api ii, ihCjlast pi^was SÔf to $. After regular busjriess^ hours, however, a reaction 'took place, and they w'eie quoted $9¿ for money and 89& for A^il^ Bank si,btk( left off at 200 to 202; Re ¿luce^Tlirce/per Ccnfs., 89£ to | ; Thrte-and-a (Jüartei per Cents., 90¿ to~£, Long Annuities, O'tó ¿'¡India Stock, 212 tp 245, India Bonds, 1,08. to l8?, pepilum; Exchequer -bi...

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PROGRESS OF THE DISTRICT. [Newspaper Article] — The Moreton Bay Courier — 24 June 1848

PROGRESS OF THE DISTRICT. IN our last püblication' we noticed the gratifying fact that a supply of labour was at last being directed to our shores ; and in our present it is our pleasing task to follow up that announcement by ano- thër equally ericouraging.   It will be seen that the price of wool, afterl a seäson of depression, has again rallied ; and that in the article of tallow a considerable rise has taken place, even in the former high rates. This intelligence, following fast upon that announcing the resumption of im- migration on something like an adequate scale; has inspired hope and encourage- ment, where before all was doubt, and   gloom, and despondency'.             It is pleasing also to think that in the benefits resulting from this improved or- der of things, our own beautiful and fer- tile district will share beyond all others with whose local geography we are in a...

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SOUTH AUSTRALIA. [Newspaper Article] — The Moreton Bay Courier — 24 June 1848

SOUTH AUSTRALIA. WE have received Adelaide journals to the 28th ultimo.   The last arrival at Adelaide from England was the Zealous. The Princess Royal with immi- grants was daily expected. Ths following are the only extracts we have met with likely to be of interest : The following sales of Burra Burra ore were effected at Swansea on the 27th January :-   Per Berenice.   Burra Burra-60 tons, 40 per cent., £ s. d. sold at £31 4s 6d 1873 10 0 " 57 tons, 37 per cent.,     sold at £28 16s.. 1641 12 0 117 tons. Amount £3515 2 0 Princess Royal-11 tons, 30½ per cen., sold at £24 2s... £265 2 0 The cargo of the Berenice was only partially sold. It is estimated that the whole would realise some- where about £10,000.-Adelaide Observer. Doctor Von Sommer has been appointed Mine ralogist-General at the Swan, with, of course, a salary. The mining gentlemen of the colony seem to have a notion that it would be well to send to South ...

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DOMESTIC INTELLIGENCE. DRAYTON RACES. [Newspaper Article] — The Moreton Bay Courier — 24 June 1848

DOMESTIC INTELLIGENCE. DRAYTON RACES. A PERSON who left the scene of action immediately after the conclusion of the second race, brought intelligence of the results of the first and second matches to, Brisbane at an early houryesterday morning. From the information so obtained, we                 give the following details :-     FIRST DAY.                 Th Drayton Plate, of 30 sovereigns, for all horses, weight for age; one mile heats. En- trance £3. Molly Bawn-Raine............. 1 1 Black Harkaway.-J. Campbell..... 2 2 Baronet.-Shelly............. 3 3     The Moor-unknown........not placed. BaroNet made as usual a good start, but was collared by Black Harkaway and Molly Bawn at the quarter mile post ; the Whole then ran tog...

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VAN DIEMEN'S LAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Moreton Bay Courier — 24 June 1848

VAN DIEMEN'S LAND. OUR files from this colony are to the 2nd instant inclusive. The attention of our neighbours seems principally drawn to the repairing of the old and the opening of new lines of road.   Precautions had been adopted to prevent the introduction of catarrh with the sheep imported from Port Phillip. The winter had set in wet and stormy, but the moisture was much wanted to facilitate agricultural operations. The Bishop of Tasmania had arrived at Hobart   Town from England in the Hymalaya. Wheat is quoted at 4s. 2d. per bushel, and flour at £11 per ton. We have selected a few extracts, but the papers   contain no important new's.     THE BUSHRANGERS.-Information has been forwarded to town that the three bushrangers, who have for so long a time infested the north side of the island, have made their escape from the colony. A few days ago they visited a settler about one hundred miles of Circular Head, and too...

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IPSWICH. (From our Correspondent.) [Newspaper Article] — The Moreton Bay Courier — 24 June 1848

IPSWICH. (From our Correspondent.)     WEDNESDAY, JUNE 21.-We were favoured on the 10th instant with a visit from Dr. Tyrrel, Bishop of Newcastle. Immediately after his arrival his Lordship held a confirmation ; and on the follow- ing day (Sunday) performed Divine service morn- ing and evening, assisted by the Rev. Mr. Glennie. His Lordship's discourse was simple but impres- sive. His entrance to the town was unostentatious, and generally speaking, so unexpected, that we were deprived of the opportunity of meeting him with that courtesy usual on such occasions. On   Monday morning he continued his route along the Brisbane, to visit, especially, the stations of Messrs. Ferriter and Uhr, the Messrs. Bigge, and Mr. Balfour. On Friday he returned, but merely stayed a few moments for refreshment, when he went on to partake of the wonted hospitality of Dr. Simpson. Previous to his departure on Mon- day morning, his Lordship personally solicited subsc...

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CHURCH OF ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Moreton Bay Courier — 24 June 1848

CHURCH OF ENGLAND. ON Monday last, at the hour of noon, a number of gentlemen, members of the Church of England, assembled in the Government Cottage, North Brisbane, for the purpose of holding an inter- view with the Bishop of the diocese, previous to his Lordship's departure from the district, in re- ference to the present state and future prospects of the Protestant Church in this place. The Bishop having stated that the object for which they had met was to discuss and arrange all matters connected with the state of the church in the district, no ceremony was necessary, he said, in at once entering upon the business for which they had assembled.     The first matter to consider and dispose of was   the building of a church, and he was happy to say that the subscription list had now reached to such an extent as to warrant, so soon as all ne- cessary preliminaries were arranged, a commence- ment to be made. The sum at present subscribed amounte...

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PORT PHILLIP. [Newspaper Article] — The Moreton Bay Courier — 24 June 1848

PORT PHILLIP. WE are in possession of Port Phillip journals to the 9th instant, but they do not contain much in the shape of general news. A great quantity of rain had lately fallen in the province, and the in- terior was described to be in a state of flood. In the Straits very boisterous weather had prevailed. We give a few extracts which may prove interest» ing to some of our readers. GLENELG RIVER, 6TH MAY, 1848.-About ten days ago, from forty to fifty blacks accompanied by their usual attendants, an innumerable band of dogs, attacked a flock of sheep belonging to a settler on the Upper Glenelg, and almost before the shepherd was aware of it, killed and carried off fifty young lambs. So soon as the alarm was given, search was made in every direction to discover the depredators, but entirely without effect. This, indeed, has invariably been a matter of difficulty ; for notwithstanding the very loose and incorrect notions which these black gentry have of the rights of meum and tuum...

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Moreton Bay Courier — 24 June 1848

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVAL. June 29. Tamar, steamer, Allen, from Sydney. Passengers-Hon. Captain Hope, Dr.     Cannan, Mrs. Murray and child, Mr. Ramsay, Mr. Fitpatrick, Mr. Moore, Mr. Goodman, and 36 in the steerage. DEPARTURES.           June 19. Elizabeth Jane, schooner, Sterricker, for Sydney. Four passengers,   22. Tamar, steamer, Allen, for Sydney. Passengers-The Lord Bishop ot New- castle and servant, Lieut. De Winton, Mrs. De Winton, Mr. J. Kent, Mrs. Kent, three children and servant, Mr. G. A. Scott, Mr. Windhault, and Mr. G. Thorne. Steerage-48 rank and   file of the 99th Regiment, 7 women, and a number of children. " William,, schooner, Steele, for Sydney.   Passengers-2 cabin, and 6 steerage. 23. Ann Mary, schooner, Brown, for Syd- ney. IMPORTS. Tamar : 1 truss, Davidson ; 1 bag and package, Passenger ; 3 cases plants, Leslie ; 1 fender, 1...

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THE Moreton Bay Courier. SATURDAY, JUNE 24, 1848. SUMMARY. [Newspaper Article] — The Moreton Bay Courier — 24 June 1848

THE       Moreton Bay Courier.   SATURDAY, JUNE 24, 1848. SUMMARY. BY the Tamar we have received Sydney papers to the 16th inst. The ship Canton, with 236 immigrants, arrived at Sydney on the 12th instant, bringing news from England to the 19th February, fourteen days later than that we were previously in receipt of. A decision had been given by the Privy Council in the long pending Colonial Bank cause. The judgment was unani- mous, and was against the Bank of Aus- tralia. The effect of this judgment, it is said, will be to throw the costs of the Sydney trials on the Bank of Australia, each party paying their own costs in the appeal proceedings. The details, how- ever, are only gleaned from private in- formation, no copy of the judgment hav- ing yet reached the colony. It is satisfactory to state that the wool sales had commenced at improved rates, and that the price of tallow had advanced to 53s. per cwt. The stock of this article...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Moreton Bay Courier — 24 June 1848

i / , JJ« STEAM TO SYDNEY. ^T.HE T'A M An \\ILL SUL O'N 1 s TUESDAY JULY 4, and oh every alternate Tuesday, as formeily. r i * 6. S. 1ÜCKER, Agent H. R. S. N. Company's Wharf, Suuth Brisbane^ ___,_¡_i_ REDUCED FARES TO SYDNEY. [N future the FARES lo or from Moreton Bay and _ Sydney by the Steam * Packet TAfllAR will be as follows, A IZ - CABIN-including provisions . k. £5 STEERAGE ditto . . £2 GEORGE SALT TUCKER, 1 Jc Agent H RJS N Co's Wharf, South Brisbane, 8th June, 1848. ¿¡_i_ STEAM TO IPSWICH. i /^fî^S) 'I HE public are informed that, J^Myf wnlil further notice, the i^^Bgl^U ' EX PERIMENT ^¿¿¿*=S¿~z mil make two tups weekly ïrs"~ "~ between Brisbane and Ipswich, stalling from tach place at 9 o*clock \.\i. JOHN BOYLAND, Ipswich, 2*5th June, 1848. Agent,, NOTICE. 'FUE PUNT MODEL continues'running bc ?* tween Brisbane and Ipswich eveiy Tuesday and Friday, as usual. Wool, per bale..... ...... Dead weight,per ton . ... Measurement, per ton. " WILLIAM WILSON. 9. d. 2 0 10 0 12 0 j , ...

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CLARENCE RIVER. [Newspaper Article] — The Moreton Bay Courier — 1 July 1848

CLARENCE RIVER. SUSPICION OF MDRDERÍ-Aíman namedOFraricis Gilloghly is in the custody of the police on sus- picion of murder., The. circumstances are bjieHy as follow .--Gilloghly. and.a.man"named Ike, and who does not appear to be.known by any other name, werejsawing timber, together on the Rich- mond River, which, place, they left in the early part of April with.a raft of. cedar for the' purpose of taking it to the.station, of .a cedar merchant on. the river-of the name of Wright. They seem -to have been seen together on the river with the raft : but Gilloghly alone arrived with it at Mr. Wright's -to Whom he Sold it, consisting of 16,700 feet, at the rate of 2s. 6d, per 100 feet, receiving payment for it, both on behalf, of himself and thc" missing man Ike, as being -his mate, and whose account, as well as his own, with the purchaser for pro- visions and other articles he paid out °f ^e Pro" ceeds of the-sale. Enquiries were ai'the timo made respecting Ike, of Gilloghly, when he ...

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TIDE TABLE. HIGH WATER AT GOVERNMENT WHARF. [Newspaper Article] — The Moreton Bay Courier — 1 July 1848

TIDE TABLE. :HIOH: WATER'AT'GOVERNMENT WHARF.' j 'H'o -tv i yjiiGRN. EVEN. - July. I-Saturday_.'....-12.6 12.24 "f . 2-Sunday ...".'.. 12.41 12 58 . ?, ,3-Monday. 1.10 1.3d -' L 4-Tuesday. 1.51 2.10 ! t-, . 5-Wednesday. 2.31 2 51 <", .i-,«-^Thursday.< 3.14 3.39 " 7-Friday. 4.7 4.36

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THE Moreton Bay Courier. SATURDAY, JULY 1, 1848. IMPORTANT NEWS FROM EUROPE. EVOLUTION IN FRANCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Moreton Bay Courier — 1 July 1848

,*?'*},' ' ' " -THE ' , ÍH o t; 11 on 53 a 0 ? o ti r i e t., , /SATURDAY, JULY 1, 1818. t-,-. ,' IMPORTANT NEWS FROM EUROPE. ( '«EVOLUTION IN FRANCE. ?By trie Vixen, which arrived early in the -.afternoon -of ^Thursday last, we received *Sydney;1journals to the 20th ultimo inr -elusive, and they contain European news ? of inore importance than have reached the ^^oljoiiy for many-.years past. The intel- ligence arrived ina-India and Adelaide, and is from'England to the 26th, and from France to the 29th February. ', A,devolution broke out in Paris on the - 23rd February, which after three days of hard fighting, as it appears-although at presen^ there is some discrepancy in the - details-ended in the total de'feat of ther ' Government, the abdication and flight of the King, and, the establishment of a F.e , publican Government, which had been -, j-ecognized'by the "English, American, and Papal ambassadors. -"This great event seems to have been as 1 little expected in Europe as it was ...

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DOMESTIC INTELLIGENCE. DRAYTON RACING MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — The Moreton Bay Courier — 1 July 1848

DOMESTIC INTELLIGENCE. DRAYTON RACING MEETING. NOTHING, writes a celebrated author, is so difficult as à'beginning, and the saying is equally appli- cable to the writer of a racing report, as the es- tablishing of races themselves. The difficulty lies in finding out something new to please the taste of the fastidious sportsman, who seeks novelty in everything, and who will not be satisfied unless sporting matters «re expressed in sportsmanlike phraseology, which, to those who have not been accustomed to spend much of their time amongst turfites, and on the course, is not quite so easy as some people may imagine, particularly where ac- curacy and impartiality are required, "undeterred, hoWever, by our acknowledged inability to com- pete with our contemporaries in this respect, we will endeavour to give an honest account of, per- haps,, one'of the most excellent racing meetings which has taken place in this part of the colony. Tuesday,and Wednesday week last were the days appointed fo...

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Moreton Bay Courier — 1 July 1848

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE.                   June 29. Vizen, schooner, Curry, from Sydney. Pansengers - Two Messrs. Anderson,   and four in the steerage.   IMPORTS.     Vixen : 40 bdles hoop iron, Order:8 bales, 1 bale boots, I cask soda, I chest coffee, I" bag pota- toes, 1 hhd 1 ¼ cask wine, 100 bags flour, 2 bags bran, 2 pkges paper, 7 cases pickles, 9 bags corn, 2 hhds rum, Richardson ; 40 bags flour, 20 bdles hoop iron, Appleton ; 2 hhds, 3 cases, 2 cans oil, I scythe, 8 bars iron, I bale, 1 parcel, 1 case, 10 bdles iron, Gore Brothers; 10 hhds ale, 1 bag rice, 1 bag pepper, 1 bag cotton, 1 chest tea, 3 crates, 1 cask, Harris ; 1 mangle, Hartley ; 1   case, 1 bdle leather, Binnie; 2 cases, 1 chest tea, Taggart ; 1 pkge saddlery, Passenger ; 1 cask, 4 grindstones, 4 kegs nails, 1 bdle spades, 1 cask whit...

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VARIETIES. [Newspaper Article] — The Moreton Bay Courier — 1 July 1848

VARIETIES. 1 ' T <* ' Why is a Lawyer like a Sawyer? Because' which ever way he goes, down must come the, dust. 'lu i A man Down East has invented yellow spec-, tacles for making lard look like butter., They are a great saving of expense-if worn while, eating. , , An honest Dutch farmer thus writes to the chairman of the Massachusetts Agricultural So-^ ciety:-V Gentlemen,'please to put me down on your list of cattle for a bull." ( A young geutleman being pressed very hard to sing even after he had assured the company he could not do so, observed testily he thought tbey wished to make a butt of him. " No, my dear sir," said a wag present ; " we only want toi getr a stave out of you." A Solicitor who was remarkable for the length and sharpness of his nose once ,told a lady that unless1 she immediately settled an affair in dispute, he would file a bill against her. "Indeed sir" said she ?" There is no necessity for you to file your bill, it is sharp enough already. . An exce...

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BRITISH EXTRACTS. DIPLOMATIC RELATIONS WITH THE COURT OF ROME. [Newspaper Article] — The Moreton Bay Courier — 1 July 1848

B -RI-T.I S H J: XT R A C T S. ..DIPLOMATIC RELATIONS WITH THE h,,.- K COUR-T OF ROME. "THE following is a copy of the Lord President's 'Bill (just|iintroduced into the House of Lords) entitled " An Act for enabling her Majesty to establish Diplomatic Relations with the Court of ÍRome:" «Whereas by an act passed in the first year of 'die reign of their late Majesties King William and Queen Mary¿ (LW. and M., sess. 2,c. 2) intituled ", An Act declaring the Rights and Liberties of the ISubjéct, and settling the Succession of the Crow(n," it was, amongst other things, enacted, that,all and every peison and persons, who was, were.pr shouldtbe reconciled to, or should hold -communion wjth the See or Church of Rome, or - should .profess the Popish»religion» or marry a >Tap¡st, should be excluded, and lie for ever inca- pable to inherit, possess, or enjoy the crown and government of this realm and Ireland, and the - dominions thereunto belonging, or any part of the 'same, or tpt have, u...

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REVOLUTION IN FRANCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Moreton Bay Courier — 1 July 1848

RESOLUTION IN FRANCE. THE event which we have for some time predicted has been realized. The dynasty of France has undergone another periodical change, and the government is again in the,hands of the people. Louis Philippe abdicated^o.n the 24th February, and with , his 'family escaped to'England, Mi Guizot following after 'him. A provisional Go- vernment bas been formed, of which .Monsieur Dupont (de l'Eure) is- appointed president, and Monsieur Lamartine]! Minister of Foreign Affairs. The circumstances, accompanying and succeeding the abdication of the King, we have gathered from various French and English journals, and now present them in order before our readers. It appears that on Tuesday, the 22nd February, a Reform Banquet was to have taken place at Pans, which the Ministry ordered to be Sup* pressed. This excited the populace, and the Re- volution broke out. It was said to have been the intention of the government to have allowed the Banquet to pro- ceed, and only to have pr...

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