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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 17 June 1864

BIRTHS, MARRIAGES, & DEATHS.   BIRTHS. BENNET.-On the 3rd June, at her residence, West Riding Hotel, the wife of Alexander Bennet, of twins, a boy and a girl, all doing well. BOOTH.-On the 2nd June, at her residence, Edinburgh House, Queen-street, the wife of Mr Ernest Hardwick Booth, of a son. EBENSTON.-On the 20th May, at her resi- dence, Mrs. J. Ebenston, of a son. FEGAN.-On the 15th May, at her residence, Margaret-street, Mrs. E. W. Fegan, of a daughter. FAIRCLOTH.-On the 11th June, at Booval, near Ipswich, the wife of Geo. Faircloth, Esq.,   of a son.   GRENIER.-On the 10th June, at Oomooroo- pilly, Oxley Creek, Mrs. G. A. Grenier, of a son. HUGHES.-On the 7th June, Mrs. J. N. Hughes, of a son. MEYER.-On the 29th May, at her residence, Sandgate, the wife of Mr. Henry Meyer, of a daughter. McCONNEL.-On the 29th. May, at Fairview House, Spring Hill, the wife of David C. McConnell, Esq., of Cressbrook, of a son. PETTIGREW.-On the 19th...

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THE FLOOD IN THE HUNTER. (From the Empire, June 10.) [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 17 June 1864

THE FLOOD IN THE HUNTER.       (From the Empire, June 10.)             Our correspondent, writing from Minmi Colliery, 6th June, gives the following account of the effects of the flood at Hexham and its neighborhood :- Walking from Minmi to Hexham by the rail road on Saturday morning, in order to forward you my last communication, as no mail was to leave heree, I had no opportunity of witnessing the sad effects of the rain storm that passed over us on Thursday night and Friday morning last. From the foot of the hill near Minmi to the station-house at Hexham, nearly six miles, is one continued sheet of water ¡ the tops of the posts in the fence on each side of the railway are just to be seen, and the railway itself being in many places submerged, even where it has not been washed away. Of places where breaches have been made across it, washing away the ballast, on whic...

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THE CASE OF THE FLYING CLOUD. SUPREME COURT. TUESDAY, MAY 31. BEFORE HIS HONOR MR. JUSTICE LUTWYCHE. REGINA V. SANDIFORD. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 17 June 1864

THE CASE OF THE FLYING CLOUD. SUPREME COURT.         TUESDAY, MAT 31.   Before His Honor Sir. Justice Lutwyche.   REGINA v. SANDIFORD.   In this case George Tyson Sandiford was in- dicted for that on the 20th day of February, 1864, at Moreton Bay, in the colony of Queens- land, then being medical officer of the vessel the   Flying Cloud coming from parts beyond the seas, he unlawfully and knowingly did make false answers to certain questions put to him by William Hobbs, then being Health Officer at the port of Moreton Bay aforesaid, touching the   health of the crew and passengers of such vessel   during the voyage to Moreton Bay aforesaid, and the cause and causes of death of certain persons who died on board in tho cour-e of the said voyage, which «aid questions so put by the saul AA dhtim Hobbs as such Health Ollieer tis aforesaid, and the aiisnors so ...

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NEWS OF THE MONTH. From May 14 to May 21. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 17 June 1864

NEWS OP THE MONTH. From Mny 14 lo May 21. PAKljlAJrFhT hos been busy during tlio xvoolt, ?ntl tl'erc havo boon/what may bo called two held ni dits On Tuesday the much vexed question of railways was brought mulei Iho notice of the House by the Minister for Lauds and AVorks w ho mti oducetl a resolution to tho eiltet that the Southern and AVestein uiilw ly now in courso of foi mahon should bo extended from Little Literpool to Dalby Tho debato which ensued upon it was unnecessarily long and a great deal of acrimonious feeling w is m troduced mlo it by membei s on both sides of the House After a sitting piotracted to nciuly ono o clock, tho lcsolution was caiucd b} n majority of seventeen to seven Hie principal objection nth anced by tho opposition wus th it it wns inexpedient to giant a sum of money foi the extension of what hud not yet been hied, mid would in fuct bo mci ely an cxpeuiuent 'lind altci their piolonged Inbois, the members did not appear inclined to go to work on AVcd ncs...

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

FOB ipsayioh TEE BREMER TOMORROW, ^___ (Saturday), at 6 am , and -Hill iif^TCariro This Day at Rail's Wharf Wi k E MELLOR, 5745_On na AUSTRALASIAN STEAM NATI GATION COMPANY STEAMTO STONEY -ThoYARRAYARRA, Tins Dai, TRIE-AY, Juno 17, at 6 p in Vor ROCKHAMPTON DIRLCJ? - lho CL VREISCE, June 21, at 0 p ni î,o artumco m rates IO IP8AVICH The IPSWICH, This D.ij, TRIDAY, June 17, at 7 a ni Tho BRISBANE, SAPURDAY, Juno IS, at 7 aw HENRY O REILLY, Agent A S N Company's Offices, Brisbane AUS1KALASIAN SIE \M NAVIGATION COMPANY Eeduction m tho Treight of WOOL per A S N Co 's ¡steamers F 1ROM and after the 1st JUNE ^_ next, the FREIGHP foi WOOL from the Noithern Ports to Sjdney will bo as under - Troin B-isbane and Ipswich to Sydney, at 12s per bale From Wide Baj, Gladstone, and Rockhampton to Sidnei, 15s pei bak Fioin Pioneer audPoit Denison to Sidnov,30» per bale SAMUEL CLARK, Manager ASN Co'»Office, Sjdncj lo32 BLACKBALL QUEENSLAND LINE~Or CLIPPER PACKL1S Sup BAYSWATER, Captain Moms, ft om Li...

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

$ ~ SHIPPING. *lí '.ii ARRIVALS. i Jone 15-Booroon nug, schooner, b3 tons, < Capfnm Doig fiom Sjdney the 8th instant No \ passengers Sfohson, Blucl, and Smith agents June 16-A\ arion Hastings, barque, 5SI tons, Captain Hedloi from Southampton with ' 251 government immigrants Wienholt, AValker, r and Co, agent' Juno 10 -Queensland, steamer, o00 tons, Captain A AV Curphcx, fiom Rockhampton tia Gladstone and Stanborough Posscngeis 1 SIiss Stone, Sirs Brown, Miss Orr, SIiss Innes Mrs M Nob, Shs Lutwyche, Messis Robert ! Graham, T narden, AV B Roberts, H Brooks, Gruitheud, R AYarrv, T AA'any sen, O J Harden, AV Dawson, R Alexander, Power, \ O'Rourko.T L SI Pnoi Ptitet-on, Lioutenant | AVliccler, Ins Honor Sir Justice Lutwyche, and i 55 m the steerage, besides 1 constable and 5 f nativo troopeis - ! CLEARANCE I June 16-riving Cloud, Black Ball ship, ! 1139 tons, Captain H C Keen, for London * Passengei s-Saloon SIis Powci and famih (3), SIiss Power, SIi-s Cowell Stessrs T Cowel...

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

PUBLIC WORKS. DaitlXCr tho past month no works of any magnitude havo been initiated, but we baie to record that those mentioned in our last .Sum- mary hayo been rapidly progressing towards completion. In the city of Brisbane the signs of improvement aro daily becoming more visible, and tho enterprise of owners of lund und cupi ttilisls is gradually developing itself much to the ad van togo of Iho town. Tho large number of public and private buildings of a, spacious, sub- stantial, and handsome character, which aro being constructed in o\ cry direction within the town boundary, net as a pleasing contrast lo the inconvenient, ugly, and insignificant wooden hovels-for the majority of them could bo called by no" other name-the sites of which they will occupy. Tim shortsightedness of certain pro- prietors of town land in defacing some of tho best situated and most valuable sites in the town willi cheaply-erected umpies lins nt last eii dentlj' becomo apparent to themselves, nnd the uso o...

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IPSWICH. (From the Queensland Times, June 16.) [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 17 June 1864

IPSWICH. (From Iho Queensland Times, Juno IG.) Av adjoin ned mooting of tho members ol "st Stojihen's (Pi csby lei ian) Chin eli lins held yes Iel day oiomng, tho object ol ti Inch was to decido upon plans subíndice! of a now chinch, and of additions to tho picsent building 'Iho Roi S AVilson presided Aldo man Pettigrew, ni the abscnco of the Seeiclaiy, who was unable lo attend Hu otigh illness, hi icily slated the action taken by the building committee sineo tho last meeting Thci bud bud un in tciviow with Mi Balding, sun ey or, who had furnished thom willi a jiltiu of tin extension of Iho chinch 'Iho expense was estimated al £850 iho platts of a now building, ptodttced at tho formet meeting wcio of too oxlensno ii character, and nono of them could bo cat noel out at a less cost than £2500 Undi r Ibu cn stance then ho recommended Iho aloplion of Air Biddings jilan, which was in oieiv way suitable, und no debt would bo left on the elim t li aftei the additions bud been mado Such wou...

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SHIP MAILS. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 18 June 1864

SHIP MAILS. Them ni« per the Queens! nid foi APinboiough Olidstoii', Rockhampton, mid Port Denison, will bt n nie uti and ilo^cd at tin, Cnncul Po-t olhce on liles hu ne\t, as uiuk - Toi lcgtsttrctl Uti r* at 5 p ni, mid for oth"i letters ti 1111,1 p ipers at 7 p in

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COMMERCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 18 June 1864

COMMERCIAL. Fron Pocl ' m pion wo hoto p-ipci s to Mie 1 lili m«tt it i h" following items -ne I oin the Ao ikein Uqts - Vdncoa front Hi Pnk Downs tlu¿m^« me «omiwh taloon l thin could bede md, want of w it i inl nindi si I ness-windi latir 1 owner is iibiting with tho ample stons of nec-wiiiis v.ow poun i¿ m-nipiilui^ opirn lions Ince are îcpoited ullin.; ion iduabl> Xhe Lildutni took down 793 ozs of ¿oil chippid b\ tin lo ii bi undi bank- Tin Hour i uiWLt in Roi hampton i ulta at £il foi Uli I udi first brtn Is i.32 teco 113 1 -isinaiii m will but s'en 1er to kain ht il Bu im«s pme al'v lias bun lingi id dmin_ the wuk louii0cr anl M Willi nu ripoit -The Pi o duci Aluikit ha? bun 1 ithu dull during tin. pial «Lit til r_ nri bul ten altei lions lo 1^. poit Arui'i has b in will tup^'ud ml lus s lî amid a riduitio 1 of =ome 6 1 p 1 hu hil 111 pnci 1 lorn his fulh 1111 ntl nid its \-lue an 1 is riport"d 1 itli 1 li "li r ill in last ului<.s Ila; ia sum, 1 ntl \e \ li 0li ...

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BOWEN. (From the Port Denison Times.) [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 18 June 1864

BOATEX. (From the Port Denison Times.) For the past two weeks, previous to the arrival of the steamer, which always make» a difference in the appearance of our streets, the town of Bowen has been unusually dull. It is an anomalous position : houses and stores are rising in every direction, and yet the number of people does not seem to increase in equal pro- portion. This is in a great measure o\vin.r to the few steamers coming to this port, and the exorbitant fares and freights demanded, which' are sulneient to deter many persons from coming here. AVere the fares between Bowen and Rockhampton a little moro reasonable niiuy woidd come out of mere curiosity, and most of them, we feel assured, would remain. AVe are assured that a road might be made from Bowen to the Peak Downs, which would bo much shorter and better than the road from thence to Rockhampton. Tltis woulil give us command of a large tract of country- and avast amount of tratie. AVhether it is practicable we cannot say, bu...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 18 June 1864

MAIL& PI 'i \0R1H\.\[ Gd. i d Pot DHU.» Bnsl mc lime l8 18G t M VIT S per the P au Ifl'-iN Conipnn) s steiincr Nortlntn will barnato up at this oint, nul despitihel um Sydnci, per 1 c1 gi uph i .> i n lei - lor ill pi us lAiepl M In y Alclbourne aid the Omihi Kt n>ou th AI VfL will clo c 1 II l'a DAY the ISth nisi mt at 8 p m Registered L li rs m t be po ted bcfoie 5 p in tie» une du! loi Sidni! Milbouine and the Umiiu Kinclou o ilv, the Mini will clo e on the «uno du H 10 p m R ¿islet ed Lates wi'l bo lee neluiMlG p m i^OTT -L«lh> i foi I'll- United, Kni'ido n only nun knl tia Maiwlln, also I /lett fit I he loloni"* oj New South With* atti I triona liptn i j"allj prepaid aillent ii / a LAU 2JL of (¡I ti addition lo t>» usual ralei of poitaije, will le teceiied al tit" General Poit Office until mtaninhl N i ! ol iwiis -For all places except Sy dney Alelboiiine ¡ml the United Kingdom at 1 p in lot "5\due!, Melbourne and the Lnitcd luu" dom at 5 p in lb J follow tu...

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MARYBOROUGH. (From the Chronicle, June 9.) [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 18 June 1864

MARYBOROUGH. (From the Chronicle, June 9.) WE learn that the blacks have returned the tea stolen from the government dray; they state they don't want tea, but sugar, flour, and tobacco. We commend this to the notice of our paternal government. An attempt was made lst Saturday,, we learn, to stick-up the camp of the road party at a time when the men were at their work and a female was left in charge. The opportune arrival of the overseer, who succeeded in getting into one of the tents where a gun was kept, saved the clothes and other properly of the men from being plun- dered. On Monday, Mr. Gilbert's (butcher) man was taking out meat to Stradbally, about síx miles from Maryborough, when a nullah nulluh was hurled at him, one end of which struck the horse near the hip and penetrated about an inch -- horse and man escaped further damage. The same day Alderman Booker, trying to capture a blackfellow that had been stealing beef at his slaughter-yard, was, after having been severely brui...

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METEOROLOGICAL OBSERVATIONS. FRIDAY, June 17. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 18 June 1864

METEORO LÓGICA L U HS E It VAT! ONS. FuiDAY, Ju.vr. 17 BitihiHhr-9 a in Uni omit ii (coi riitcd) 29 911, thiimoniolii (sluiili) o'» 2 , ditto (dil bulb), 39 2, ditto (wit bulb) GS I , foicoofwind, 0, dinition, -, ixltnt of iloud, 9, wnithei, iuimnn'¡ nimbus dowls J p m liai omi (ti (loircitid), 29 015 , Ihn munnin (hhuili), 00 1, ditto (diy bulb), 00 t, ditto (w11 bulb) 318 (bice of -wind, 1, direc lion I ^1 , ivtmt ol doud, 1, weulhci, fini, nu ii» ilouds fj'ir J Vi ti te ñ I ei/1 aph ) AVi >i> ami A\i uiiiii-Ó it m Luton, SI und munn;, Iptwuh, mini and nuning, 1 udlti S I i nuil i lining , toowoomba, S W , und ibu li Dutton ' andiloutlv , Waiwnl, J', and dull, Djidi, N W , luniy show ci s

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 18 June 1864

DEATH.   WONDERLY.-On the 13th of June, at Too- woomba, very suddenly, of disease of the heart, Mr. Robert Wonderly, aged 32, brother to J. Wonderly, chemist, Toowoomba.

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ABANDONING OF THE BLACK BALL SHIP PRINCE CONSORT, FROM BRISBANE TO NEWOCASTLE. (From the S. M. Herald of the 15th June.) [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 18 June 1864

ABANDONING OF THE BLACK BALL SHIP PRINCE CONSORT, FROM BRIS- BANE TO NEAVCASTLE. (From tho S. M. Herald of tho loth Juno.) The crew and passengers of the above named ship arrived last night by the Hunter, steamer, placing us in possession of the following particulars :-Tho Prince Consort, ship, of 1200 tons, Captain Aitchaison, belonging to Messrs. J. Baines and Co., of Liverpool, left Brisbane for Newcastle for tho purposo of discharging 400 tons of railway iron. She mado Nobby's light early on the morning of the 9th instant ; but as it carno on to blow she hauled off the land. The galo increasing, sail was reduced, and she kept to sea until the 12th instant, when sho found herself about 21 miles to the southward of Sydney Heads, and only two miles off shore, when it fell a dead calm. Finding from the heavy sea she might drift ashore, tho anchor was let go and the chain veered away to the bare end, but a« sha dragged the second anchor was let go. The sea was very heavy, and thp top...

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TAROOM. FROM A CORRESPONDENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 18 June 1864

TATiOOAi. FROM A CORRDSrON'DEXT. NoiniNG is talked of now bul Hie fortheom ing races, tilt ro nrc soi eral boises m ti nilling amongst wlueh ure Mt Zeibes Gie) Steel, Ali Dnudsons Stiop, Air Lessors Artscount mid Mr Zct bo s Ben Bolt 'lhcio is eicii piobabi lit) of a lnigo iiumbei of people li om tlio sur lounding stations being pie mt, and wo full! expect to ha!o some yen good spoil Iheio was a couit held hue on Tucsdu) mid AVednesdii) tlio 7tli and 8th instant Hie mtigistiatcs on the benth wcto Alessrs Pollet Caldew, Robert AIillci, and Tunics Reid when tbcie woo no less than tinto enscs of hoisc stealing brought before them tondpulicnteupon One man was nppichendtd at Alotint Hulton, and brought m b) Alt Ghs«an, the supcitii tendent ot that station lhere were sueinl small debts cases A batcha s license wits gtantedtoJ V Ade! lue and I AVillimns last week Ali J Hamilton Scott passai tlnough with a hugo mob of sheep, bound for Hu Comet Hie weither lins been rithci «howcn 1 till, and...

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CORRESPONDENCE. tHE QUEEN'S ENGLISH IN QUEENSLAND. No.III. TO THE EDITOR OF THE BRISBANE COURIER. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 18 June 1864

CORRESPONDENCE. tíos Quimm's english nu QUHEXSLAKI). No. ni. TO Tim EDITOTl Ol' Tim IIRISUANi: ClUniUI!. Sin,-The next bill that comes before my notice is one that differs from tho Attomcy Generul's pet bill' in this respect : Mr. Pring's bill lo amend and consolidate Iho laws for the relief of insolvent debtors contains very little exceptional English and no bad law, whereas Mr. Herbert's bill to amend the laws relating to the lcgisli'iition of olectorsof members to serve in tho Legislativo Assembly and lo regulate pro- ceedings at elections, has much bad law- and no exceptional English. Failing bud English, allow mo lo point out wherein I conceive the bill io contain bad law. In tho first place it tampers willi our constitution : such being the case, ii will require the voles ol' two-thinls of the Houso to niako'it law. And what uuimicr of Houso have wo to do this? Does it represent tho colony fuirly ? AVill two-thirds of such a Houso express even the most carefully formed opinion...

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ABSTRACT OF SALES BY AUCTION THIS DAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 18 June 1864

ABSTRACT OF SALES BY AUCTION THIS DAY. MR. T. B. ROGERS, at 3 o'clock, at his Rooms : Bagatelle Table, Allotments at South Brisbane. MR. R. DAVIDSON, at noon, at his Yards : Shopfront, Empty Cases, and Sundries. MR. AV. H.1C13NT, at 10o'clock,at tho Pound: Cows with Calves. At 11 o'clock, at Tatter sail's Horse Bazaar : Horses. At <1- o'clock! at Mount Pleasant, Breakfast Creek : Horses', AVeuring Apparel, etc. MESSRS. MULHOLLAND it CO.', at 11 o'clock : Horses, Drays, and Harness. MESSRS. FRASER et BUCKLAND; at ,12 0,'clock, at the Commercial Salo Rooms: Allotments in tho Kenilworth and Broughton Estates, Building Society Shares. ' '. MR. J. CAMERON, at 12 o'clock, on the Ground, Kedron Brook : Spring Farm Market Gardens. MESSRS. MARTIN & DICKSON, at 11 o'clock, at tho City Auction Mart : Furniture, Piano, Cheese, Hams, etc., etc. MESSRS. UPWARD et BOAVLES, . at 11 o'clock, at their Rooms : Horses, Drays, Dog- carts, Spriiig-earts, itc, etc.

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INTERCOLONIAL PASSENGER TRAFFIC. TO THE EDITOR OF THE BRISBANE COURIER. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 18 June 1864

INTERCOLON]AL PASSENGER ? TRAFFIC. TO TUB EDITOR OF THE BKISIMXB COOKIE!!. Sut-An cul bus existed now foi sonic ton sidornblo tuno, m which tho unisteis of the A S N Co 's stcnmeis me paiticulurh to blame, M7 , the landing of di slilitto people on Moleton Island, whcio the) lune to lemtnn foi seiend da)s 01 poihaps weeks, boforo Hie) baie an op poitiuiit) of i elm mug to Husbane, tliotb) taxing tho hospitality ol a few icsidcnN who lune no menus oficpliiiislmig then supplies be jond the monlhli yisit ol the old sebooncr 1 loi a to thal plate 'Iho masters of Jho said slcamcis may say thus -AVo hn\o a light to land people there who eiiunot pay then pussago inone\, as compensât ion foi giung tho pilots and Ilion clews passages to aud from Moreton Island But not so 'Hie Queensland go!eminent mo undei obligation lo the steamers foi comc!ing their officers and «cn ant s lo and fio, und it is too bud to tax, as I have snul bi fore, tho hospiliilil) of the few residents of Mot eton Island, ...

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