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The Courier. PUBLISHED DAILY. THURSDAY, JUNE 16, 186[?]. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 16 June 1864
8#e Courier* PUBLISHED DAILY. El Til I/IIS DAT, JUXE Ki, 1801. ü&lt; Hostility/ to crime is one of the cha- racteristics of the Knglish people. By them tis ¡i nation the laws are invested with a sanctity, whiclt renders the smallest breach ol' thom a crime, and hence it is seldom Unit the publie interfere on the part of a convicted criminal for the pur- pose of obtaining n commutation of the sentence passed upon him. It is true that rases arise where often sen leuce lias been passed upon a prisoner, a fact has been made known which is justly urged as an argument in favor of an extenuation of the sentence, and if proved, the result is as a rule favor- able to the prisoner. Generally, however, especially in petty cases, the liât of the Judge or the Magistrate is not criticised. AVo my state that the same feeling exista in the colonies-that emigrants from England cany with them that respect for the laws of their country which has been inculcated on thuin from their youth up- wa...
Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 16 June 1864
STEAMER NOWRA. »«oí rf^HE above Steamer, which possesses Mojí" J_ superior accommodation, will be «A¿3£-' available for pic-nie or pleasure par- ties ¡ or, can bo engaged for towing vessels at all times when ¿lue notice is given. J. & a. HARRIS, 5091_Agents. QUEENSLAND STEAM NAVIGATION COMPANY. filis. rPHEMATL STEAMER QUEENS -W&, J- LAND, will leave for MARY- BOROUGH, GLADSTONE, and ROCK- HAMPTON, on TUESDAY, June 21. 58 JOHN STEPHENS, Sceretarv. .¡ÎS»*. A USTRALASIAN STEAM NAYI J^gix. GATION COMPANY. STEAMTO SYDNEY-The YARRA'YARRA, on FRIDAY, June 17, ni G p.m. For ROCKHAMPTON DIRECT. - Tho CLARENCE, June 21, at 0 p.m. No advanco in ratos. TO IPSWICH The BRISBANE, This Day, THURSDAY, Juno 16, at 6 a.m. The IPSWICH, FRIDAY, June 17, at 7 a.m. The BRISBANE, SATURDAY, Juno l8, at 7 a.m. HENRY O'REILLY, Agent. A.S.N. Company's Office», Brisbane._ AUSTRALASIAN STEAM NAVIGATION COMPANY. Reduction in tho Freight'of WOOL per A.S.N. Co.'s Steamers. fiMvTJ,K0M nnd "tor «io 1s...
ABSTRACT OF SALES BY AUCTION THIS DAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 16 June 1864
ABSTRACT OF SALES BY AUCTION THIS DAY. MR. W. H. KENT, at 11 o'clock, at Tatter- sall's Horse Bazaar: Horses, Cows with Calves. MR. R. CRAWFORD, at 11 o'clock, at the Royal Horse Bazaar : Horses, Drays, Spring Carts, Gigs, Dog Carts, Harness, and Saddlery. MESSRS. MULHOLLAND & CO. : Horses, Drays, Harness, and Sundries.
Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 16 June 1864
SACRED CONCERT. SCHOOL OF ARTS, BRISBANE. MR. ATKINSON'S CONCERT OF SACRED MUSIC On TUESDAY NEXT', June 21,1861, at eight o'clock. Admission :-Body of Hall, 5s. Galierj-, 2s. Ort. Tickets to be had of Messrs. Flavello Brothers and Co. j J. W. Buxton ; Felton, Young, and Co.; J. Berkley; Perry Brothers ; AV. and Si. Brookes : J. Markwell ; of tho following Mem- bers of Committee-Aliss E. Macdonnell, J. Maerionucll, M. E. Felton, and of C. S. RUSSELL, 5730 Honorary Secretary. SELLING OFF! SELLING OFF!! .To Storekeepers, Publicans, Prívalo Families, mid the Public in general. A. L. ROSENSCWJ5TO & CO. HAVEidetermined to SELL OUT all (heir largo stock ofGrocorics,Eart!ientvuro,Boo(s and Shoes, Ironmonger)-, Drapery, and Clothing, at between 30 and '10 per cent, below any oilier houso in (own. As (hey aro declining store keeping to go into another branch of business all goods must bo cleared out by 30 day from (his date. No Sham, but a Genuine Clcaring-oul. Mark tho address, A. L....
SHIPPING. ARRIVAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 16 June 1864
SHIPPING. JUNE 15.-Yarra Yarra, steamer, 650 tons, Captain W. Milman, from Sydney the lOth instant. Passengers-Mr. and Mrs. M'Donald and family, Miss Newton, Miss Perry, Messrs. Trenchard, Long, Alleyne, Fletcher, Howell, &nbsp; Fisher, Brown, M'Michael, Hartshornc, Scott, .Brissenden, Williams, Stirratt, Capt. Aldridge, &nbsp; and 24 in the steerage. DEPARTURES. June 15.-Callender, brig, 138 tons, Captain Magee, for the Richmond River, in ballast. June 15.-Vixen, schooner, 120 tons, Captain Lucey, for the Richmond River, (resumed her passage.) &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; Juno 15.-Unknown, schooner,-41 tons, Cap- &nbsp; &nbsp; tain Brittain, for Maryborough, in ballast. IMPORTS. &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; Yarra Yarra, from Sydney: 31 cases oil, &nbsp; 5 cases blue, 4 cases billiard tables, 10 cases &nbsp; coffee,...
CENTRAL POLICE C0URT. THURSDAY, JUNE I6. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 17 June 1864
CENTIIAL POLICE C0Ü11T. Thursday, June IG. Before Iho Police S[agislrulo. Drunkenness.-Joseph AViirron, AVilliam Davis, and Janies Collins, charged willi drun- kenness, were each fined 10s. John Kilroy, charged with a similar oll'enco, aggravated by disorderly conduct, was fined 20s. R.vi'E.-Tom Chow, a Chinaman, charged willi having committed ii rapo upon tho person of ono Eliza Hand, was remanded until noxldny. Unlawfully AVouniuno.-Christian Bier meisler was brought, up on runiund, charged with having shot til und wounded, on Sunday Insl, a boy named AVilliam Arinccnl, near lo Bulimba Creek. Tho boj- was brought from the hospital, where ho had been under medical treatment, and deposed Hint hu knew the pri- soner well ; on Sunday afternoon last ho met him with a gun, nnd askod bim how many birds ho lind bIioI ; prisoner replied nono, but that ho would shoot witness, nnd pointed tho gnu at him ; ho did not think prisoner wns in a pas- sion or vexed al all, but fearing that the gun ...
COTTON CULTIVATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 17 June 1864
COTTON CULTIVATION. Omi cotton report for tho mouth must be somewhat short, for ne havo little to convey* to our home renders as regards tho prcseut cotton crop in Queensland. Most of our cotton growers aro busy picking -so far as tho constant unsettled weather ol' this mouth will allow them. Tho Sea Island cotton, which has been picked and stored, we have ascertained to bo ol' superior quality, and is now being woll sorted and ginned. His, therefore, tho moro to be regretted that Hie past wet summer and autumn havo caused so great a loss of this valuable article. Although but a comparatively siiinll portion of the cotton grown this year in Queensland will bo picked, it o uro informed Unit had 'ono of tho favorable and usual seasons of Queensland weather occurred this your tho crop would hnvo been very largo, foroniill tho farms and plantations (not swept away by Hoods) tlio cotton trees aro still in healthy and vigorous condil ion and con- sequently bearing heavy crops of cotton, w...
The Courier. PUBLISHED DAILY. FRIDAY, JUNE 17, 1864. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 17 June 1864
3E3re Courier. PUBLISHED DAILY. FRIDAY, JUNE 17, 18G4. Our English readers will readily under- I stand that the return of Mr. Jordan, our indefatigable Emigration Commissioner, by the-last mail steamer, was not a pleasant surprise for the colony. Even those pos- sessing a tolerably accurate knowledge of our official policy, were greatly unprepared for the prompt action which Mr. Jordan has taken. AVe had all, of course, ob- served a marked diminution recently in the stream of emigration hitherwards ; and in commercial circles more especially^ this circumstance was being regarded with a strong feeling of anxious dissatisfaction ; for no evidence lud been forthcoming to show that Queensland had lost any of its popularity in the United Kingdom, while it was indisputable that our previous immi- gration, so far as it had gone, had only more keenly stimulated the demand for labor-how then account for the failure in supply ? It was, when viewed in every way, extremtly inoppor- tune and ine...
SHIP MAILS. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 17 June 1864
SHIP MAILS. Tho ninds pel tho Ymia Yin ia foi N'en South AVnles, Arictoiiu South Aiistralm and Insiunnui will bt made up and dosed til tho (Jtiieinl Post oh o Uns dut, us mulct - Tor rtgistoied letteis at 3 3 p ni , foi ordinary letteis at 130 pm and for nevvspapeis at 3 p m llio lato feo mail foi Sidney and Milbouino only will bo close 1 at 5 p in _
Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 17 June 1864
M IlILS PER NORTHAM Geneinl Post Office, Brisbane, Juno 16, 1804 M VILS pci tho P mid O S N Companj s steiimci Noithuin, will bo made up nt this oflicc, and despatched via Sydney, pel Telegt aph, as iindci - Tot all place« except Sjdnej, Slclbouinc, and the Usiiri) Kingdom, the MAIL will elo-o TO AIORROAV, the 18th instant, at 8 p m Registered Lettois must bo posted before 5 pm the «anio dm Toi Si duel Melbourne mid tho Unitfd Kingdom: onh, tho Slad will close on the same dal at 10 p m Rcgisteied Letters will be ieceivcd until ß p m Norr-Irtlciifoi the United Kingdom only mai i ed "na Mai mile*," also letters for the lolomet of Kew South littles and Vtctoita benia fallí/ pi epaut, and bearing a LATE FEE of bl in u hhl ion lo the usual j ales of postage, mil be ¡evened at the Gene)al Post Qßice until midnight Ni Hsmrrns -For all places except Sydnei, Slclbouinc, an I the tinted Kingdom, at 4 p in Foi Sidnci, Melbourne, and tho United King dom at 5 p ni The follow mg mails ii ill bo d...
BRISBANE PRICES CURRENT CORRECTED TO DATE. WINES AND SPIRITS. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 17 June 1864
Bittali SNI1 I'UlUlib OUUllbNl' ti Corrí orí-d to Datk Wises a\d Si nins Urandy, M.irtell's per gul. 0 Do." Ilcncssy's, do. ... " Do. United Srliii>ynril ilo. Do. I'lnet Cnstlllon (In ease) . Do. lio-t liraiuN, lu cases, lier dozen, . Do. Inferior tlo. do. linn), SV.1.,3'1 o |i. pergal. Whiskey, good tlo. Do. lu nisi', per iltizon ... Do. 11.11-s' tilonbvlt ... Do. Danville's, lli'lfnst, Geneva, .IDKZ, or key, -I Rill, ouse . Old loin, best brands per dozen . Port, good quality per gal.. Sherry, do. do. Do. por dozen Cli.iiiipusiic, do. ... Claret tlo. Kock, do. Auntmlliin Claret, qrts.... Do. do., pints . Ale, Hu«s's No. 3. Do. London and Colonial Co.'s . Do. Allsopp's, . Do. 1 ),i «son's, . Do. Younger'*, . D-i. other brands, from ... Do. lu onse, per dozen ... Porter, good per ligtl. ... Do. Allsop'«, . Do. In case per dozen ... Ale, Teniioiit's India pule, quarts . Do., pints. Flour, Grain, and Produck, Flour, Sydney, per ton ...000, Do. Adelaide do. (Hun's brand).0 0 0. Do. ...
OUR DREDGINGH OPERATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 17 June 1864
o un um: do ino operations. Cosimiti lo Hit piogiiodtiintions of u. few ptisons and in in 01 I mi o willi tho opinions ol mini} a ihnnntl lbOO lett ni ltu"lh lins been sinctsslully dil Uuoii^h the bunk which sepa I il eil the til lrmn Iho nott passago at the dill into lo the Umbum; Kuti So unions, hato 1 e n tlio st iftmtnts made iiuegird to this imp nt ml tt oik an I bo ¡,i cat has been the tits t oin i"t niciil «how n to the cngincci, Ali I ram is thal w j now cspct nilly feel pleusuie m ii coi ling Hu I let Unit on Alondni night luiioO, Hieb u quo S tit 11 whithhnsutentlv nu ned li oin I on Ion and which draws 11 lett b inches ol walei was suce ssliillt taken tinough tho now channel lu Mr 1 rancis and unehoitd oil 1 ttlon ni aboul h df past Hot loci p ni At 9 o'clock on the saint tuning Ultu wtio sixttcu fttt of wat i in them tv thiniitl und whin the Sdvn was anth nt 1 nisido I tig., io0 I't nil opp )-it to 1 t ton Ultu) was still ii fill >n0 Hood lull 111 io wtio six linhls a...
Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 17 June 1864
[ Um íitisriiiM ] 10 C vPCATX ROBTRl AIORHIS AIVSHHl OF HIL SHIP BAlöWAHK ShipBayswiilei Alay 23 1SSI Di lu Stn-AVc, the sub|omed passengcison hoir 1 the BavswatLi lool inD font ntl to the no distant moment when we hope to aiiive safelv in the tountiy of oui uloption do bcloit quitting this snip, fu 1 it a dull intuinbeiit upon catii and all of us to utiiin von oin smttic mid uuf igned thank» foi the muni piot.fsof lind ness, iillubdify, and good let ling uiioslcniuli ously shown tow uds us, and to tcstift oin high uppi tuition of } oin qualities us an able and piudciit navigator to which, bt Divino Pioti dence,liomin attubutolhe igrceuble and pleasant manuel m which wohnte beult ublt topi-s most of om time on boird, fut fiom mm/ of Hit in toni ementes nsuully attendant upon ii long sou v ov agc Avoiding nil fulaomcncas of lnngungc we (leslie to express oin feelings in Hie most plum simple, mid unaneetud mamu I, which, wc billete will be moicagicciiblolo}Oiii»cll than if clothed in ...
THE BAYSWATER. (From the Rockhampton Balletin). [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 17 June 1864
THE BAYSWATER. (From tho Rockhampton Bulletin). AVo aro pleased to chronicle the arrival of another immigrant vessel, the Bayswater, which left Liverpool on the 25th January last, reach- ing Greenock on tho 30lli, sailing from thence on the 5th February, and casting anchor in Keppel Bay on Monday, 23rd ultimo. The Bayswater is commanded by Captain Robert Srorris, Sir. R. Bargoy being Surgeon-Superintendent, and seems to havo mudo a voyage equally gratifying to passengers, officers, anti crew. Of a total number of 433 soids which left the old country, 303 aro destined for Rockhampton, the remain- der going to Sloreton Bay with tho return of tho vessel. Tho Rockhampton immigrants, in whom necessarily our chief iuterest lies, aro thus cltissiliod :-Slides ovor fourteen years of ago, 128 ¡ ditto under, twonfcy-suvon : females over fourteen, 124 j ditto under, twenty-four j total, 303. Tho quota havo been selected from the three kingdoms, and appear well suitod to our wants. Tho sanitary...
THE QUEENSLAND GOVERNMENT BANKING ACCOUNTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 17 June 1864
THE QUEENSLAND GOVERNMENT RANKING ACCOUNTS. The following is a copy of the correspond enco it Inch has taken place in reference to tim subject, mid it Inch was laid on tho table of tho Lcgislatn e As-cmbly, on AVcduesday the 20th lustunt - Bank of >Tcn South AVulcs, Biisbimo, 13th October, 1SG3 Sir,-A pei tod of nearly four yeal s hiving now elapsed sinco tho Got eminent of Queens- land culled foi tendus foi the triu-action of its banking business, and a material change hiving ni tho meantime been dot eloped as nell m tho money losources of tho colony as tho magnitude of tho got eminent's operations, I um milmed to usk tho executive whether it would iieeoul nilli Iho public mtcre»ts and com ancuco, that at the present time nu oppoitimtti should be again alloided to the sotual banking institutions lo offer toi m» tor the genei d it oi king of the jo vci nment bank occount I »boult! hesitnto to ask ooiisideiation for this question, tt ei e it not the practico m the other colonies p...
QUEENSLAND SUGAR COMPANY. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 17 June 1864
QUEENSLAND SUGAR COMPANY. A rr/BMO meeting of the shareholders and others interested in the Queensland Sugar Growing and Stanufactiiring Compnuy was held al noon, on June 13, in the School of Arts. Several connected with the formation of the proposed company wero present. Mr. G. AVight occupied the chair. Tho Cit.uitMAjr briefly cxjilainod Iho object of tho meeting. On April 27th last some gentle- men, who bolievcd that the soiland climate of the colony wero adapted to tho growth of the' several varieties ol' sugar eauo, had met togelber in tho Stunicipal Council rooms, with a view of testing tbo experiment by tho organisation ol'ti public company for the growth and manufacturo of sugar. At thal meeting it was resolved that ti small committee shoulil bo formed to report upon tho scheme, and also to report upon Iho most eligible localities for carrying tho experiment into effect. That coin mittco consisted of Lieutenant Colonel Sttic keuzie, and Slessrs. Soutlierdcn, Buhot, Coxen, li...
VESSELS TO ARRIVE. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 17 June 1864
AHîSSELS TO ARRIVE. Legion of Hoinr, Grim uni, fioi i Lou lou, sailed from Cinive-tnl Alan li 12 96 tints out Fusilen, Cnto-o, fiotu Lou Ion , sultd Queen of tho Colonit-, Cann toss, fi oin Lon don , lo ulnig Lui Riis-e'l Aloilct, from London, soiled Young Austrahu, Guy, ii oin London, loading Giiieral^ Caulfield, Richards, fiom London , loading Suit ma AVilhiinis fiom Lu ci pool, vin the Chdouiil Ilenev'sBiv , sided Ladt Botvoii («), Biiiuelt, fiom tlu Cltde, na the Capo of Good Hope, sailed from Water fold Afiirthö 103 tints ont Lnly Aoung (-), fiom the Cltde Alary Smith, fro u A lelaüt, sude I May 21, 20 dnvs out AVuiien Goddaid, fiom Alelboiniio , Ion Ung Alan uni Rose, fiom Melbourne, loading Lion, Bennett, fiom Sublet , loading Pidicciunn, from Ala vboiougli
VESSELS IN HARBOR.—JUNE 16. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 17 June 1864
VESSELS IN HARBOR. Ship Flying Cloud, 1139 tons, Captain H. C. Keen, loading for London. J. and G. Harris, agents. Ship Excelsior; 693 tons, Captain Barton, from London, discharging cargo. Wienholt, Walkor, and Co., agents. Ship Arernon, S91 tons, Captain Aldridge, from London, ri« Southampton. J. and G. Harris, agent s. Ship Bayswater, 1256 tons, Captain Morris, from Keppel Bay, discharging cargo. Bright Brothers, agents. Barque Snlyin, 317 tons; Cnptain Horlock, from London, discharging cargo. J. and G. Harris, agents. Barque Corinne, -100 tons, Captain Ochiltree, from London. "Wienholt, AVnlker, and ICo., agents. Barque Feronia, 329 tons, Cnptnin Sullivan, from Adelaide. G. Raft' and Co., agents. Barque AVarren Hastings, 5SI tons Cnptnin Hedley, from London niû Southampton. AVienholt, AValkcr and Co., agents. Brig Spray, 112 tons, Captain Scott, from Alary borough. R. S. AVarry, agent. Schooner Eva, 31- tons, Captain Tubbs, from Wide Bay. Captain, ngent. Schooner Susannah, 21 ton...