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THE CORINNE. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 17 June 1864

TIIH CORINNE. I '1 ho barqiio Coi nuit Oaptiun/Oclnlliee, left london ou the 18th it bunny and armed off Aloitlon Bay on the Jt-t Afav, having mude the inn in 10J duys dom pilot to pilot During the passage silt cxpciicnccd light winds und fino vvciitlioi until hu numil m 15 dents sotith latitude, mid longitude 70 tltguts uihI, whcif, on tho 9th Alni, she eneouiituid 11 urv sot cío galo fiom tho south tust which compelled the ves c1 to lítatelo AS hilo lind lo during this galu n hciut sea struck tho ship nnd coined away a poitiou of the bulwiiiks und rails, and also washed a nuuibi 1 of small aiticks oil tho tink loi tho itst of tho um she had stiong south cast winds, with heavy 1 oiling seas Slit upoits having «poktn the ship llnitlosliin from London foi fevdnov, iii lutiliidi II dig IS mm south and longiludo 31 dtg 21 nun wes! lOilutsoul willi tweiift two passcngus on bom ti, und nil well Al°o, the schooner 1 111, fiom Swansea lo 'Icnerdle, while oil the Cunm t Iwluuds 'Hie Corinne...

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THE SALVIA. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 17 June 1864

TICE SALVIA. fir Bull linrnii» S,.l.-¡» The Black Ball bal que Salt m nrnvcd al the iinchoi igo m Brisbine Rials on Monda} the 2hil Alay, aftei a pissngo of 113 di}s fiom 1 ondon She sailed from G i at csend on the 2'lth faiuini t and encountered ii series of head winds m tho Ruli-h Channel Sho was dot lined foi du. da} s oil the Hill of Foi Hand owing lo stioug gules fiom the westward I rom Hine to the hue silt li id i fun p issngo of iboul 27 da s On Hit 28th th t altei li nmg Hit Bill of Pot Hand she ?'¡io! e the hinque Client AVcstein in 1 (leg JO nun south latitude She was fi oin Cm dill bound to Nungas i\i, with a cm go of co ils 1 loin (lu line lo the niciidiun of the Capo Hie Silvia made a mu of about JO days Oil the Cape she met with veil beni} it eather eluell} fiom the southwnid lind east wait! dilling which two forcsuls wet o blown away 1 st boonu, at in ling to the Last w is pas ni in 10 dtg tust lonsitudt In 'nuking hu ousting the Sainaran down to lb dog south lut ilud...

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SHIPPING SUMMARY. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 17 June 1864

SHIPPING SUMMARY. May 23.-Salvia, barque, 317 tons, Captain Horloek, from London January 28. Passengers : Saloon : Air. and Airs. Alorgan, Mrs. Sherwood and child, Alessrs. J. Norgnn and Warner, and Aliss Cohen. Second cabin: Air. and Shs. Novvson, Air. nnd Airs. Clark nnd child, Dr. Griffith«, Messrs. Bice, Kelly, Roberts, and Woolhouse. J. and G. Harris, agents. June 3.-Corinne, barque, -100 tons, Captain Ochiltree, from London February l8. Passen- gers: Afcssrs. E. Ransome, H. James, S. Spircoy, AV. Adam, nnd E. Butler. AVienholt, Walker, mid Co., agents. Juno IO.-Bnyswater, Black Ball ship, 1256 tons, Cnptnin Morris, from Keppel Bay Juno 2, with 100 immigrants. Bright Brothers, agents. DirAKTUKKS. May 29.-Prince Consort, Black Ball ship, 123-t tons, Cnptnin Aitchnisou, for Newcastle, with part of original cargo. AIny 31.-Aliss Kilmausegg, brig, 2SS tons, Captain Fleming, for Ncwcnstlo, in ballast. Passengers-Messrs. E. Brinthwaito, D. Rinitis, and Baxter.

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THE CULTIVATION OF THE SUGAR CANE. TO THE EDITOR OF THE BRISBANE COURIER. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 17 June 1864

THE CULTIVATION OF THE SUGAR CANE. io the rniTon or THF brisbvse courier Sir,-Dining mi absence fiom Brisbane, and wlnlo inspecting sei eral agiicultural districts on bchnlf of the committco appointed to select a suitnblo block of land for tho Queensland Sugar Giowtng and ATamifiictuung Company, I find thatSfcssis C B AVhish and J AV II Gordon published, in Tour hist sumnuirj for England, most unjust and untiuthful lcttcis lespceting my piolessional character, but as mi engago mont with tho aboio compani miolied seien teen dais traiellmg I was unnblo to leply to the attack of these gentlemen minno for tho 1 nghsh mini lou will, therefore, confei a faior bl k publishing Iho lcttcis of Ah Charles Auslm and Ah 1 bomas Pell le, which I believe fully refuto any linn.' Sir Goidon has written Rospccting Captain CB. AA'hUh, I had tho mistbrtuno to. bo in his employ ¡ provious to which engagement, I had given to mo by Mr. A. Slaughter, of this city, and Mr. Tilomas Petrio, of Pino River, abo...

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EXPORTS OF COLONIAL PRODUCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 17 June 1864

lea EXPORTS OF COLONIAL PRODUCE. i Per steamer to Sydney : AVool, 7S3 bales, 2 pockets ; skills, 47 bales, 12 bundles ; hides, 615 ¡ tallow, 163 casks ; gold, 50 o/s. nuil 3 parcels.

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CORRESPONDENCE. GOLD DUTY ACT OF 1861. TO THE EDITOR OF THE BRISBANE COURIER. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 17 June 1864

COK RESPONDEN CE. S GOLD DUTY ACT OF 18G1. ¡sill-My attention lias been tiuceiett io a notiec htade I as abote ami issued by tho Col lcetoi of GiiBtom-i cmtioning e\poilcis of gold li om donn,' so without pining the duty chin gc able mulei the a t into in foi ce No doubt tho Collcetoi ol Cuitonis lins i'itied hit notice undci iniliutlioin but 1 would le mind shippeis of gild that no such net is in loi co ni the colon of Queensland, and tin t am attempt on the pint of the goternnienl lo mi pose or collect t lxcs without the consent of the leprcsentntiics ot tlio people, m illegal A bill foi tho pin poso of nnpo ing an export duty on gold is before tho Legislature, but has not yet passed into law t I am, yours obediently, ,, AV. Juno Li, 1801.

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KEPPEL BAY. ARRIVAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 17 June 1864

KEPPEL BAY. May 23.-Bayswater, Black Ball ship, 1256 tons, Captain Atoms, from Liverpool January 20, and Greenock February 5. Passengers Air. Bigg, Afr. James Duncan, Air. AVnlter Dim can, Air. Lloyd,' Air. Hull, Air. Graham, Mr. Twentyman, Air. Carrow, Air. Little-hales, Air. Curtis, and -133 government immigrants, equal to 367t statute adults. . DKPARTÜRB. Juno 2.-Bayswater, for Brisbane.

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THE CORPORATION AND EDWARD-STREET. TO THE EDITOR OF THE BRISBANE COURIER. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 17 June 1864

TUE CORPORATION AND EDWARD STREET. TO TUE EDITOR OF TUE BRISBANE COURIER. Sut,-I seo front a notico in your pttper flint one of tlio bills lo bo presented on an early tiny to Iho Upper House, is an Act "To Amend Marriages." Tho idea is good, and evidently springs from a puro mid benevolent heart. Could domestic tempers bo amended, domestic squabbles suppressed, and those who havo bound themselves to love, honor, and obey, bo induced thereby lo dwell together in unity, Iho promoter ol' tlio bill iiould provo himsolf n public benefactor, and cotillo himself to a monument moro precious and enduring than wood or stone. A bill might also bo introduced lo amend lea meetings, mid prevent unseemly collisions amongst cups anti Biiuccrs ; but as Unit mi^ht be supposed to savor slightly of Stale-aid, it might bo dangerous for any of our modern senators to identify thomsolves with such a mensure. »But still moro important 'and moro urgently needed is ii bill lo iimeud tho relations existing bet...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 17 June 1864

AVHAKF-STREET BAPTIST CHAPEL. \ S tho Meeting in tho abovo Chnpol on Tum Xi. day evening last it us otlicially convened by us (nt tho request of a number of lricnds), no feel it to lie duo to tho public, and especially lo thoso «ho attended the meeting in good faith, Ulallie should oller an apology for tho unscoudy pioccudtug'i which took place. The mcefnig was filled willi tho most peace-« ful lnleiilions, ami tilth tlio knoivledge that wo had a pi i let . legal, 113 well as moral right to the use ol llie buil ling AVe ntror for ono moment belletod that the Rev. B. Cr. AVilson would at- tend a friendly meeting for tho oxprcss purpose of disturbing it and breaking it up. Had wo thought, him capablo of doing bo, wo certainly would never hnio called tho meeting-, and even at the latest moment wo would not havo oponed tho doors though nil tho arrangements wet» made AVo can only now oxprcss our regret, that wo should bo in any way, howovor unin- tentionally, mixed up with proceedings wh...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 17 June 1864

AVOOL AND SHEEPSKINS rp B S1TPIIENS is a Cash Purchaser of J. . AVool and ¡sheepskins ut full market prices Oicitsi AVool washed or scoinod, and Sheep skins felhnoiijcicd, on groncrs' account, at Sidney lates und in tho best manner J. THORNELOE SMITH, ARCHITECT AND Ctvir, Engineer, QUEEN-STREET. (Next door lo the Eoyal Hotol.) Contractors' Quantities earofidly compiled and revised. 5018 PATRICK LYNCn, (Lato Foromau to A. Lenehan, Svchioy) CABINET-MAKER, Ul'HOLSTEUER, &C, Edward-street, Brisbane 5012 SYDNEY S. NORRIS, AVnOMSAIK AND RETAIL GENERAL StOBE, Also, Wino and Spirit Store, Maranoa Stoke, Condamine. THOMAS OLDHAM k SON, Civil and Htdraulio Engineers, Licensed SURVEYORS, eX'C, Ovor tho Courier Olllco, George-street, Brisbane. CRAIG et SON, Blacksmiths, Wheelwrights, & Farriers, Victoria-street, AVtinvick. MR. GOODALL, DISCOUNT AND SHAH 12 BROKER, Bhvdon's Buildings, Q U E E N ? S T R E E T. 3810 a. AV. M'KEAND, Auctioneer, Real Paornur & Pastoral Estate...

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REVENUE STATEMENT FOR THE YEAR 1863. STATEMENT of the CONSOLIDATED REVENUE of the COLONY OF QUEENSLAND, for the Year ending 31st December, 1863, showing the amounts received from the various Districts.—Ordered by the Legislative Assembly to be Printed, 25th May 1864. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 17 June 1864

REVENUE STATEMENT FEAll 1SG3. FOR THE STATiarxxT of tho Consolidated Bevsxce Ol' tho ColOJTT OF QtJKENSLASD, for tllO Year culling 31st Decombor, 1863, showing tho amounts received from tho various Dis- tricts.-Ordered hj the Legislative Assembla lo be Printed, 25<A Mai/, 18G4. îr-r Som g-2&=<riá cí-05 et- O O O , rort; latiox. 1-1.-1 X11 ;eve-;ü\l\ 1 couitT-orl 4-JÏESTS EXCLUSIVE DISTRICTS. Land Sales and Kent, Assessment, J'ETTY 3-LICENSES. 5-CUSTOMS, ETC. TOTAL. Deed Fees. and Survey 1 ces. SESSIONS. Ol' LAXD. £ s. d. £ s. c1. £ 8. d. £ s. d. £ S. d. £ S. d. £ S. d. 3Iorcton. 29,919 19,0Gó 1.9 G 7,014 9 4 1,259 13 6 3,-102 13 6 265 8 11 73,824 1 1 105,S52 5 10 Darling Downs . 11,006 7,970 15 0 11,531 10 7 6090 0 0 1,722 l8 6 30 10 0 28,783 8 8 50,710 3 3 Port Curtis . 6,071 6,791 7 9 5,392 6 1 519 10 0 1,756 3 4 147 9 10 14,979 19 5 29,619 16 5 Leichhardt . 4,127 932 15 0 16,397 2 .A 130 19 8 422 10 0 142 0 0 10,176 17 0 28,202 4 0 AVide Bay and . Bu...

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THE BUDGET. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 17 June 1864

THE BUDGET. The Colonial Treasurer made his annual financial statement last night in the As- sembly. Being based on actual figures furnished by the Treasury and the Auditor General's Office the present state of affairs was clearly laid before the House. The remedy proposed by the lion, gentleman for his financial difficulties was charac- terized by simplicity rather than by inge- nuity. It appears by the Auditor-General's report that at the close of tho year 18G3 the sum of ¿£70,673 had been expended in excess of the sum actually received as cur- rent revenue. It is proposed to charge this serious deficiency to the Loan Fund, and to devote £70,000 of the amount borrowed last year for immigration to this purpose. Tho Colonial Treasurer advocated the plan of taking a vote of this description every second year, thus doing away.with the possi- bility of a deficiency accumulating, as has, unfortunately, been the case in New South Wales. Certainly no easier plan can be devised for making ...

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FARM AND GARDEN. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 17 June 1864

FARM AND GAKDEN. AVnEX wo take into consideration tho destruc- tivo calamity which bofel many of our agricul- tural friends through tho continuous rains and consequent floods of March last-ono feds con- strained to .bo thankful to au All-wiso Provi- dence that tho ofl'ecls of such visitations aro so soon effaced by a return of a continuation of fine growing weather. No doubt there are many, and thoy uro to bo commiserated, who must for somo time feel tho crushing elliots of such wido spread disaster, still, when Iho oyo glances around tho various furm steadings, tho proof of the capabilities of the soil is truly astonishing. Late as wus Iho lime of planting (ho winter crop of potatoes, thoy appear to have como for- ward willi marvellous rapidity, and should a couple or three weeks of tho presout mild weather continue, an ubuudunt crop will bo taken from tho ground. . Maize, pumpkins, sweet potatoes aro also being housed in remunerating quantities, and the ground ororywhero appears t...

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QUEENSLAND ACCLIMATISATION SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 17 June 1864

QVEESSLAND ACCLIMATISATION SOCIHTY. Tur qiiarterlv meeting of tho council of tho abovo soeietv was held at tho olllees of tho soeiot}, on Tucsdii}, Juno 9 * The lion Colonel O Connell occupied the ehan, and tho othci membcis of tho council pi osent wero Messis Riwnslo}, Stephens, nnd Bei nay s coNTiiiinmoxa Iho SicHiTUtv of the society (Mr L A Bei nat-) notified the icteptioii ol tho following eontubtitions -1 Pun of/ebra dot es fiom Miss Bovvtn 2 Pair ol Blue Alountnin ]ianots fiom Ali-s Bntemnn I Pun of emerald hackt d pigions (foi thontiai} of the-oeictt) fiom Mi Rawnsley 1 A package of Chinese vegetable 6ceds from Dr Burnett limpie itraisTFnop DisTiiniüTioxs Tho Spcitr-ruii statt ti Hint ho lind com menccd to keep n legister of the members of the soeietv to whom seed- plants &.c, weu given He recoitied in Ins book the nnmes of the poisons to whom such seeds Ä.C, wero given, tho description of the ni titles, nnd tho sourco w heneo tin} weu den ved Such a íegi-ter would ev...

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BAPTIST CHAPEL TEA MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 17 June 1864

BAPTIST CHAPEL TEA MEETING. A ruirac lea meeting was held in tho Baptist Chapel, AVhnrf-slrecl, on Tuesday, Juno 14, on Hie occasion of Iho departure from tho colony, for a short time, of Sir. R. A. Kingsford. Thero was a largo iillonilnneo of ladies and gent lomen al tho lea, which was a very good one, bul tho subséquent proceedings vnriod greatly from llioso which aro usual at meetings of ii similar kind whcnhcld in places of worship. Upon tho removal of tho cloth, which took place at about seven o'clock, there wore about two hundred persons present; but ns Iho ovoning udvancod that number must havo been doublod-all classes of tho community, doubtless, nllrnctod by tho ex- pectation of listening to-a wordy warfare bo iwceii two opposing soctions of ono church, being represented. On tho motion of Sir. Stooni:, seconded by Sir. T. P. Pun it, SLL.A., Sir. Sponco was unanimously voted to (ho chair. Tho meeting haying boon opened bj* all pro sent joining in singing Iho OOSlh hymn, The ...

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COMMERClAL. COURIER Office, Thursday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 17 June 1864

CüMMKKClAL. Cot/bier OHlce, Thursday Evening. A l'Ain amount of business has boen trans- acted during the present month, notwithstanding tho interruptions to Irado arising from tho rnco meeting at Ipswich and the Intercolonial cricket match. This morning the fourth wool ship of tho season cleared oui for London willi a full cargo. She hus on board upwards of 2000 bales of wool, about 100 tons of hides, 2000 horns, and over 200 casks of fullow. Queens- land Government debentures appear to stand in high estimation in the neighbouring colonies, and rocently debentures bearing G per cent woro sold in Sydney at 101, with interest. Bunk charges havo undergone no chango throughout tho month, mid the following are the current rates :-Discount : Under 95 days, 8 jicr cent. ; under 125 days, 9 per cent, j over 125 days, 10 per cent. ' Hxcliaiigo on London :" Tho bunks buy GO duj's' sight bills tit 1 per cent, discount, and sell at 1 per cent, premium. Drafts on Sydney at sight aro bought al }...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 17 June 1864

Auction Sales. TO-MORROW. POSTPONEMENT OF SALE. A MOST VALUABLE OPPORTUNITY. EXTENSIVE SALE, 1G0 ALLOTMENTS. KENILWORTH ESTATE. IPSWICH AND CLEVELAND ROADS. ERASER & BUCKLAND ore instructed by the proprietor to oller for public competi- tion, at tho Commercial Salo Rooms, on SATURDAY, Juno l8, at 12 o'clock, The really valuable Estate of KENILAVORTH, Containing 1G0 Allotments, being subdivision of portion 75, on Government pinn, parish SOUTH BRISBANE. One Pomms beyond the Newton Estate. The Auctioneers ure warranted in saying thnt this is ono of the most desirable ESTATES Hint can como before tho public, whether regarded for Distance, Localití, or Ciiakaoteb. DISTANCE Within three-quarters of a mile from Hnsel den's Hotel. SITUATE nt (ho important junction of tho main Ipswich and Cleveland roads, with an extensive frontage to both, thus commanding two great and im- proving thoroughfares, with n splendid corner, while the CHARACTER and conformation of the ground are nil that ...

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Summary FOR ENGLAND. POLITICAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 17 June 1864

Ätnmuara FOR ENGLAND. POLITICAL, The proceeding of Porliament during tho short timo it hi-'sat have been of considerable importance. Hut T* caunot compliment the Houses HP-*1 theu' aS£><luiry in the prosecution of tho r10"0 business, nor upon their disin t<¡rcst(uness in devoting their leisure to the t,eu.dt of the country. There have been two p.journinents since the date of our last sum- mary, and the session is still in suspense while honorable members aro attending to their private concerns, or taking their pleasure at the turf meetings and other pastimes that aro usunlly provided in tho autumn season. Ono of the field days of the session was the 17th ultimo (the same day on which our last summary was published). Tho Socrctary for Lands and Works brought forward a resolution in the Assembly for the adoption of the " plans, sections, and book of reference of an extension of the railway already authorised to Little Liverpool, and ' from tiiat place to Dalby...

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SOCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 17 June 1864

SOCIAL. Brisbane bus been keeping holiday since the date of our lnst summary. What with Caledonian games, cricketing, racing, concerts, and balls, the inhabitants of this city and of Ipswich have had their share of amusement, and there is no fear of "Master Jack becoming u dull boy" from want of recreation. Her Majesty's birthday was, us is usual in the Aus- tralian colonies, most loyally observed ¡ nnd although it was not colcbruled by n vieo-regal Iovcc or birthday ball, owing to a bereave- ment sull'ercd by his Excellency tho Governor, it was made tho occasion for pic-nicing nnd pleasure seeking generally. For tho first limo tho Caledonian Society held a meeting ¡ pipers of various elans upponrod on the green sward in the Botanical Gardens, and racing of every description, dancing, and jumping in sacks made up a Tory pleasant day's Bport. There were many who inclined to crickot, and they, too, enjoyed themselves-especially tho boys who took part in tho match which was played betw...

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THE CALEDONIAN ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 17 June 1864

THE CALEDONIAN ASSOCIATION. Tur hist mimili gathoinig of tho Cale loman Association, n hu li mis held on bei Mii|esly s bu th tiny, pi 01 ed ti sigiiul success 'illogical ex citions made by tlio membcis of Iho committee to ensillo tho gimes being pi opcily um led out it ele well ion m tied and that laet will doubtless incito llicni to i elicit ed elloils on a lutine oeca sion Wo bato no hesitation m nilli ming that alinga mimbci ot pci-ons of both soxis neio iissombled logethei lu tho lîotiinic Oui lens yea t i liy thin lus et oi beloie congi eg dod in one spot in Iho lolont of Queensland Ft oin ton 0 clock in Iho morning undi slioilh beloio tho piogiamuio was finished the pel som emploi ed at tho titogitos m tho eapneitt ot molloy tukeis neio bust, mid all tint long theie nus a largo cionti assembled ni each gale J ho total mun bel of tunton, no line been inloimod by tho comniitlee, it ho ofeouisenie in a po ltio l to pidgt liom tho liumbei of ticlets sold, was otei loui tliousind,...

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