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LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. WEDNESDAY, JULY 31. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 1 August 1861

LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. WEDNESDAY, JULY 31. The Si EAKbit took the elma it 10 munîtes past tlnec PERSONAL EXPLANATION Di CHALLINOR lose to make a personal explanation with lignid to coi tam mittet s which lu. li id attempted to explain on Pi id ly last but in windi oxpl mattoe lu hid been misimdoistood wheu ho was i tiled out of m dei by The SPEAKER who sud that it wis agu ist the piactice of pailiamcnt roi any lion mumbel to mo\u the uljo unmont ol tho lion c foi the pmpose ot stiting what by the iules of the house hu Ii id be n piovontcdfiom ¿titing on a pievious occasion LICIirilOUSll ON MORETON ISLVND Mi BLVhENEY pmsua it tu notice asked tliu Colom ii buC etaiy "Whit was the itnoiinfc expended on the | unting au 1 otliu lopins of llioliglitlnuso on M luton Isl in I, mil «ilnthei nil' tenders «cu cilled lol so 1 lvnk prenons to its excntion' Hie COI ONI VL faLCRLi UÍY stated that no punting bid bein done since lob uni} lb.J Mi Thompson bad done certain np un to the edifice leieind ...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
QUEENSLAND MAILS. ARRIVAL and DEPARTURE of MAILS at the General Post Office, Brisbane. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 1 August 1861

QUEENSLAND MAILS. ARRIVAL und DEPARTURE of MAILS at the General Post Olllce, Brisbane. POST TOWNS. Auburn... Callandoon (Gundawinda) Casino Rod Grafton Cleveland Condamine Dalby ... Drayton ... Gayndah Gladstone ipswich ... Leyburn... Mog.-lll. Nanango .Marlborough Maryborough Maryborough Rockhampton and Port Denison Surat and Yarrowa aroma ... Toowoomba Warwick Westwood and Nulalbin ._ HAILS CLOSE AT BRISBAITB. Monday at 1 p.m. Monday at 1 p.m. Monday at S pm. Monda/ at l.3o p.m. Monday at 1 p.m. Monday at 1 p m. Monday at 1 p.m , and Friday at 1.15 p.m. Tuesday at 1 p.m. By steamer every altornaic Tuesday Daily at 1.30 p.m. Monday at 1 p.m. Hy steamer Hawk, 3 times a week. Tuesday at 1 p m. By steamer only every alternate Tuesday By steamer every alternate Tuesday .Via Ipswich nnu Nanango on Tuesday al 1 p.m. By steamer every alternate Tuesday Monday all pm. Monday at 1 p m. Monda ».and Friday at 1.15 p.m. Thursday and b'naday via Ipswich, and Monday Tia Drayton at 1 p.m. By steam...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. WEDNESDAY, JULY 31. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 1 August 1861

WEDNKSDAY, JUTA* 31. Tun PitESinusT took the chair at a quarter past three o'clock, and opened the proceedings with prayer. LOANS' BILL. The PRESIDENT announced that the Loans' Bill had received the assent of his Excellency the Governor. PAPERS. Mr. BALFOUR laid on the (able certain papers relative to telographic communication. APPROPRIATION BILL. On the motion of Mr. BALFOUR, the house resolved itself into a committee of the whole for the purpose of considering this bill in detail. On the 12th and last clauso being prdposetl, The PRÉSIDENT lóiriiukeel that, as they had no power to cleat in money matters, it was a mere farce to give their assent seriatim lo the clauses submitted to consideration in connection with this bill. He was inclined to think that n standing order might be framed hy which bills of this kind mlirht bo passed through their several stages without subjecting the house to tho tedious process of giving their assent seriatim to the several piovisions embodied in the...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 1 August 1861

\VD TO ÂèyBRTTSFilîa rIj inn t igiin call nfteutloii to t,i»r»1f.nf our Ort!'; ^ r. , tnlnsoit NO ADVEIÎTIRB \iCVTS le H noii-iiib'cnliurs uniets atcii'miamed hy the CASH. i RESIDENTS IN TOWN are cautioned ngnlnst, pnreliiisins copies ot this paper from the RUNÎtERS, since tho 1 itter lim o no anthorltv to sell, and anyone who buys ti oin them is un- consciously abetting the bovs in tl-ie\erv.

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Commercial Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 1 August 1861

CoinsnPB'clnl Ia»t(?ïlllse«tire. Müssns. Trundle and Cameron's sale of oil stores, grnc'M ios. &c., at the A. S. N. Co.'s wharf, yesterday, was wull attended. .Tams, 1 lb., ronlfci'd 10s. (id. per dozen ; bottled fruits. 12s. Gd. per dozen ; saurín candles, Is. i}¡A. per lb. Messrs. Cameron nnd Twyimn report the gale of fern* tennis worltinsr bullocks, at the undermentioned prices :-Threo teams to the Brislnno Cotton Co'npnny, comprism? 30 head linllocki and two;drays, with tackling. fori!!S4; and mm team" of-10 bullocks, with » drav and tackling, fpjvi£15Q. $/ jj» Sir. %A. Martin"'sold yesterday, at tim W* A. S. >T. Co.'s wharf.Crignantity of inuizc. at ¡ft" 4s. lOd. per bushel, /j;.'. / ' ?

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 1 August 1861

UT ANTED hv a gentlemen, n FURNISHED * " BED-ROOVf, in or near town. Address 15. J, M'A DAMS, Sovereign Hotel, Queen-«treet WA N T K D at the fW-iml Saiv Mills, LABORERS, and hitiflgjiei, n«*d !# lb* asp. 'r \ÄrANTED a Wanan who un leylandii »» PLAIN COOKLVG, Anplv to Mrs D F, ROBU RTS Ravenswood, Nnr'rb 'Brisliane U/"ANTHD »n A li 11 VE YOUNO ¡vu . , »s ti LIGHT PORTER. Apply,'Jil«. Mora- ng, fn J. W. I'UXTOM. i£ AN I KO Laborer', Stone ( utters, Alison»/ » * «fid ¡'»irses and Dra\a. COOKaud DAY, Contractor", Firig's Hollow! t*.'ANTED a .MARRIED COUPLE for a H Pub ic-hou-e in the country; also, a rcpeofablo Female a» HOUSEKEEPER in a Piililia-b use. Apply to K. S. WARRY, Queen street, Ihinbwie. w A.Yl'r.l) n .Miiriied couplo; the Alan as GARDKNKR, the Woman as GENERAL HOUSE Sr RVANT, Apply to JOHN il'CON NKL, Esq., Cain's Lodging-house, Kangaroo Point. WANTED immediately, by a Gentleman, _ Employment as SUPERINTENDENT or othorw'iKO. Alany years' experience in the management of stsc...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. THURSDAY (THIS DAY). GOVERNMENT BUSINESS—ORDERS OF THE DAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 1 August 1861

LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. THURSDAY (THIS DAY), GOVERNMENT BUSINESS- ORTOS OP THE DAY. Real Piopulv Rill coiisuleiutioii in eonimlttee ofLiglsliitiie Council's amendments Masters' and Servants' Bill consideintion in committee of Legislative Council's amendments. OFSFIIAL BUSINESS-NOTICES OP MOTION Mi. It CRIBB to move-''That this house will, to-moriow, icBolve itsell into a committee of the »hole, to consider of an addicss to the Governor, foi »indinga copy of therepoit of the select com- mittee on the petition of Mcssig Teirltu and Jones, and prnving that his Excellency will bo plumed to canso the necessary Rteps to he taken tor giving effect to the said icport" Mi. LILLEY lo movo for leave to introduce a bill to facilitate the incorpoiiition or iellglou3 aud charitable institutions. GLNHRAL BUSING-ORDERS OF THF DAY. Punt ovir the Pilzinj nt Rockhampton con sMotntion in committee of ndthiss foi funds Bnsbauc Budge Bill, tobe eonsiileied in com miltee. QUESTIONS Mr WAltRY to ask tho hono...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
SOUTH AUSTRALIA. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 1 August 1861

SOUTH ATJ3ÎRALIA, OUR-Adelaide news, via Melbourne, is to lue 17th July : THE MURDER OF MRS. IMPF.TT AT PORT LINCOLN. - Geharty and Shannon, of the police, have taken Nangetty, one of the murderers of Mrs* Impett, at the Wedge, down to Port Lincoln. Thoy bave the ¡rum stick with them which the woman was killed with, and also a large limestone, with which the blacks knocked her down. They are both covered wiih blood. The ottier mur- derer", CsrnWdny,' was caught by police troopers Morris affd Bissett, at Franklin llnrlinnr, and is now safely lodged nt Port Lincoln. The black who recognised* the tracks went down with Geharty and Shan non<-Port Lincoln Correspondent of Hie Regishr, ISfh July. ASSESSMENT ON STOCK -«-The report of Mr. Morris, chief inspector of sheep, on the valuation of runs, contains a great deal of useful information. Mr. Mortis has been Leen thirteen months riding up and down the country in pursuit of this information, and has travelled over no lena a dist...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
The Courier. THURSDAY, AUGUST 1, 1861. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 1 August 1861

ÏÏJÎJZ Comm* THURSDAY, AUGUST 1, 1861. THE Hon. WESTERN WOOD hails from the neighbourhood of Gayndah, and has been patriotic enough to abandon for a while tlie pastoral crook, in order that ho may don the legislntorial toga Tho lion. WESTERN WOOD is n member of the Legislative Council, and appears to be very desirons of maintaining tht> respectability oftlr.it ''body,"-or, iw the President ivutild have it, "co-ordinate branch of iii». legbnV.nu* " The bon. WESTBUN \VOOP Ukes umbrage, thcie fofo, ni our load i DU nrliolo upon the debatí1 wit li referoiieiî to tim position and condini! of tin' .Tud;;o, ¡pid intend-i io britts forward a i«>sulution 1,-i-day m the lumsi' which will doubtless be productivo of most terrible eotü-equoiiocs to ourselves - inasmuch as he threatens tis with all tho " terrors of tho law," for tbe publieniion of the article aforesaid. The lion. WESTEIIN WOOD is, for all we know, a very amiable young man. He may possibly hold a high placo amongst the magna...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Letter to the Editor. DR. CHALLINOR AND MR.O'SULLIVAN v. THE SURVEYOR-GENERAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 1 August 1861

Bit»il<<»K* in the! EislîJjjf. Bil. OHATiLINOR AND MR. O'SULLIVAN v. THE SUltVIÜl-OH-ÜENEHAL. Sin,-\Voll knowing the itching that " that peculiarity," Dr. Challinnr, has for drawing out people to put something in print, to which ho niav liavo the felicity to reply, I would still have adhered to my firm resolu- tion not to give bim tho chance, bad he not attempted in the houso to throw an unjust slur on tho character of our much-respected Surveyor-General, as also did Mr. O'sullivan, and which aspersion was most wantonly brought forward by Dr. Challinor, evidently for his own selfish ends, that ho might show how very indefatigable ho had been to serve the public. Dr. Challinor must have been well aivarc too that the road to the Logan was lint to bo granted to mo, and that by the Surveyor-General's own report, even had tho others" been. Dr. Challinor and Mr. O'sulli- van most unfairly make their charge against tho Surveyor-General for words applying to the really...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Local Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 1 August 1861

HiOC»I Snticüiiareiccs. NEW INSOLVENT.-Janies Julian, crazier, ol' Rockhampton. Assets:-Vahío of landed property, nil ; stock-in-trade, per- sonal property, and moneys; £15,000. Liabilities:-Mortgage on station, sheep, cattle, and stores, £10,000. With reference to outstanding debts, insolvent declared his inability to give any estimate thereof until he could obtaiu information from his .Super- intendent on the station, and from his agents in Sydney and Rockhampton. BRTIIIAUE HOSI'ITAT,.-The following is an alistine?, of all patients received at, and dis charged Irom, the above institution duriiit the month of July:-Remaining hist return -pay 12, pauper 34; since admitted-pav 7. pauper 7; total-pay 10, pauper 41. Disclmigprl-pay 7, pauper G : died -pay 1, pauper I ; remaining-puv 11. pauper 34; total-43 FRED. JAS. Burros, House Surgeon. A HINT TOR outt LEOIBIIATOUS. - The minUlry now in existence :n this colony .ire exhcmcly fond of copying fruin other A u »tralian colonies, and Sou...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
CENTRAL POLICE COURT. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 1 August 1861

CENTRAL POLICE COURT. TUESDAY.—John Manney, charged with drunkenness, was fined five shillings, with the alternative of twenty-four hours in the cells. Henry Boonkoe remanded from Saturday on a charge of vagrancy, for medical examina- tion as to the state of his mind, was com- mitted to the lunatic asylum as a lunatic. James Sullivan v. Mrs. Ann Sexton.—This was a summons case for an assault, which was dismissed, from the plaintiff's not ap- pearing. Marianne Evans v. Catherine Ryan.—This was a summons case in which the defendant was charged with having destroyed the win- dows and damaged property in the plaintiff's residence at Kangaroo Point, to the value of seventeen shillings and sixpence, by throw- ing stones. Case dismissed from insufficient evidence against the defendant.

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 1 August 1861

I Queensland Steam Navigation Company« SHAREHOLDERS are hereby informed th»' on and alter THURSDAY, the 27th June, the Deed ot Settlement ot the above Gun panv will lie for Signatare at tho ofTice ot D. F. ROBERTS, 1 i-q., Solicitor to the Company, Queen-street, Brisbane. By order of the Board of Directors, JOHN tsTh-PHENS, S»"retary. Northern Assurance Company. CAPITAL, £1.259 7f0. Anuuftl Revenne over £200,01)0.-Invested Fund, £453,675. I NSURANCES effected at current rates of premium. . J. & G. HARMS, Agen's. Biisbane, 1861. London International Exhibition of 1862. QUEENSLAND BRANCH. rpHE Commissioners for the exhibition of 1862 t have arranged that the TOlniving PR.ZhS | khftll be awarded for the under-named Products; and now solicit the co-o e ation of their fellnw Colonists towards this great object,-namely, tint of demonhtrutit g to the commercial world the productive capabilities of Queensland. ANIMxL PRODUOTS. Wool (sheep'*;, the best sis fleeces ; 1st olass ailvei ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Shipping Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 1 August 1861

Shipping Intelligence. - TFfflS Yarra Yarra i* ndvertiseil to leave for Sydney on Saturday next, the 3rd instant. STEAMERS roR Ir-wicn.-Leaving the A.S N. Co.'s wharf-the Brisbane, this day, at buir-pastone o'clock ; the Ipswich, to-morrow morning at sis o'clock. t Toe Telegraph is.) did not cross the bar until 3.20 p.m. yesterday. LYTTON, duly 31, 5 p.m.-Telegraph sailed 3.30 p.m. Two sails just visible. Weather line. Wind W. WRECK OP THE BRIO WANDERER.-An HAXDS | SAVED.-We ure indebted to Captain J. B. Smith, of the brig Wanderer, for the following uccount ol' the wreck of that vessel, on a small island off the south-east end of Cape Birren on the 9th instant. The Wanderer left Newcastle on the 28th ultimo ?with a f.irsro of coal and mair.'.1 for Adelaide, rounded Cipe Howe on tho morning of the 2nd instant, wind N.E. At 4 p.m. the wind suddenly shifted to the westward and blew strongly. Shortened sid 1 to double reefed topsail, furled the I jib and close reefed the main trysail. ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 1 August 1861

Steam to Sydney. mHK YARRA YARRA, from I tho A. S. N Co.'s New Wharf, on SATURDAY N 1« X T. August 3. GEO. D. W1SRB, Agent. Black Ball Line of Packets. SYDNEY TO LONDON. TO SAIL AUGUST 15th, rpHK miigiiili"Pnt h'ist-clsss Ahar ! dcenolipper «hip CAIRNGORM, 938 (ona, R. S. Oairnoross, com- mander. This celebrated ship m ado her laut homeward passage in 72 days, and 1ms a«ain arrived after an extraordinary rim of 77 du j s *he if now pre- pared to receive cargo She lia« a lull poon, and splendid accommodation fur first-o'uss passengers A few passoncor« in the second cullin will ha taken at moderate ratos. For terras of freight or passage, apply to Cantain CAIRNCROSS, on board, nt Ci'r-ular QuU; or to-YOONO, LARK, und BUNNhTl', George und Margaret streets, Sydney. ONE POUND REWáED STRAYED Irom Samford, Tine River, one white and claret-colored BOLL ot a large aw«, branded OHO on ribs, and H on ribs. Any person giving«u"h infirtnation as will leid to his recovery shall receive the above ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
DISASTROUS FLOOD AT MONTREAL [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 1 August 1861

DISASTROUS FLOOD AT MONTREAL.     MONTREAL has suffered from a disastrous inundation, of which the Quebec Gazette of the 17th April gives the following particu- lars:—     Montreal is suffering from the most ter- rible calamity that has ever overtaken her— a flood greater than has been known here in the memory of man, causing an awful amount of suffering, and a loss of property greater than that destroyed in the great fire. On Sunday morning, a little before day- light, the ice in the river broke up, and com- menced shoving. The water rose gradually all day ; by the afternoon it was apparent that the ice was solidly packed below the city, and an unusual flood was about to occur. Great exertions were made by mer- chants having property stored in the neigh-   bourhood of the canal and along the front of the city to remove it to a place   of safety. Application was made to the Customs authorities for permissi...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
INTERNAL COMMUNICATION. [CONTRIBUTED BY "W."] (Continued.) [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 1 August 1861

. INTERNAL COMMUNICATION. . [CONTRIBUTED BY "W."] . (Continued.) The motive power on English railways is the well known locomotive. We cannot now enter into a history of them, but the first of which we have any account, is that of Mr. Murdoch, made in the year 1784, but the     public was not then prepared for them. Mr. George Stephenson had previously constructed locomotives for the Killingworth colliery, in 1814. The first engine that may be really said to have been successful was the "Rocket" first   tried upon the Liverpool and Manchester railway. It was the invention of Mr. George Stephenson, who was one of the competitors   for the premium of £500, offered by the above mentioned company, and under his directions in subsequent trials and improvements   locomotives may be said to have   reached their present perfection. The powers     of the locomotive engines now used is enor...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
ADELAIDE. Friday evening. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 2 August 1861

ADELAIDE. Friday evening. The House of Assombly, to-day, voted £1200 for the government immediately to fit out a light expedition to proeeed.in search of and nscortain tho fate of Mr. Burke and his fellow travellers. Tho Balclutha sailed with the mails at 2.15 p.m. The produce market remains-flour, £1310s to £11; wheat 5s. 7d. Saturday, 6 p.m. A portion of tho Mat seules mail has boen left behind, containing about Í500 letters, principally belonging to morcbants. The mistake has caused much annoyance hero. Tho markets remain unaltered, Weather, cold and wet.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Local Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 2 August 1861

í¿<9ciaí intetUS^citce. FinsT VoLüSTEEii F.ONUUAL.-Yesterday afternoon the members of tho Freo Rifles and the mombors of No. 1 Company assembled to pay the last tributo of respect to the remains of Private Jonos. The volunteers having formed, were inarched to the hospital, where, after presenting arms as the body passed, the firing party, previously detailed olf for tho duty, advanced to the front, and the respect- ful procession moved at slow time to the graveyard. On reaching the grave, it was found that no minister was in attendance, but Captain Drury being supplied with a prayer book, read, with much feeling, the service for the dead, and on tho corpse being lowered to its last resting-place, the oidor was given, and the usual military honor of thrco volloys boomed over the grave of tho deceased. The volunteers then marched back to their parade ground, and being thanked by thoir com- manding ofticer, wero dismissed. Tho funeral throughout was highly creditable to the ...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. FRIDAY (THIS DAY). GENERAl BUSINESS—NOTICES OF MOTION. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 2 August 1861

LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. FüinAY ('fuis DAY). GENERAI, BUSINESS- NOTICES OF MOTOS, Mr. O'SÜLUVAN to moi e-"That copies of all Coriespnndence Respecting the contemplated Sale of the Ipswich Wharfs, be laid on the table of this house. GENERAL BUSINFSS-ORDERS OF TUB DAY. Consideration in committee of Address in refer- ence to the repoi t from the Legislative Council, upon the petition ol' Messrs. Feinter and Jones. Punt over the Fitzroy at Rockhampton : Report ft oin committee. Bi idges over the B.irramba and Dawson : Report from committee. Bi idge over the Condamine : Report from com- mittee. QUESTIONS. Dr. CHALLTNOR to nsk the Honorable the Colonial Secretar} -" Whether there will bo any objection outhep.iit of the government to lay upon the table of the house the copy made by .Mr. Abraham, the Judge's Associate, of the draft of the Supreme Cou't Bill, prepared by the Judge, and which copy was transmitted by Mr. Abraham to the Honorable the Attornev-Gcnenil." Mr. O'SULLIVAN to ttsk the H...

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