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PORT PHILLIP. [Newspaper Article] — The Moreton Bay Courier — 22 July 1848

PORT PHILLIP. A PUBLIC meeting was held at Melbourne on the   3rd instant, at which resolutions were passed ex- pressive of want of confidence on the part of the public in the administration of the Government by Mr. La Trobe, and a petition to the throne adopted, praying for the removal of His Honor from the Government. A similar petition had been previously agreed upon by the Town Council. A great deal of rain hod fallen at Port Phillip, but the weather was again fine. SURVEY OF THE YARRA. —Mr. Maulon, the en- gineer, and Mr.————, have been engaged, by the Government to commence the survey of the impediments in this river. They commence ope- rations to day. —Port Phillip Herald. GOOD NEWS For THE FARMERS.-The hopes of the agriculturist have been most agreeably realised with respect to the favorahte'turn the grain Éiarket has taken within the last few days. 'A gentleman, whose, farm is situated on the Barrabool Hills, in- forms us that he sold 500 bushels of wheat to th...

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MONEY MARKET AND CITY INTELLIGENCE. (From the Times, March 11.) Friday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — The Moreton Bay Courier — 22 July 1848

MONEY MARKET AND CITY INTELLI- GENCE. ("From the Ti?nes, March li.J Friday Evening. IN the English funds the absence of any perma- nent power of reaction is still manifested. Owing to the circumstance of the French Three per Cents, having yesterday risen from 47 to 52 on the Paris Bourse, a rise of 1 per cent, occurred this morning in this consol market, but it was only partially maintained. The first price, both for money and account, was 80^, whence, upon the receipt of the French quotations, an advance took place to 8IA, from which at the close of business they had again' receded to 80 "f to 81. The purchases on the part of the public which have been observable during the entire week were still continued. Bank Stock left off 190 to 193 ; Reduced Three per Cents., (which closed to-day for the dividends) 80£ to 81 ; Long Annuities, 8$- to $ ; India Bonds, 5s. to 10s. premium ; and Exchequer-bills (June), 2Gs. to 29s. premium. Business was exceedingly limited in foreign securities t...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Moreton Bay Courier — 22 July 1848

STEAM TO SYDNEY. THE TAMAR WILL SAIL ON TUESDAY, AUGUST 1» and on erery alternate Tuesday, as formerly. G. S. TUCKER, Agent. H. R. S.,N. Company's Wharf, South Brisbane, ' STEAM TO IPSWICH. ¿Ti 'I" HE public are informed that, "~ until further notice, the steamer EXPERIMENT Sgg=3? will make two trips weekly between Brisbane and Ipswich, starting from each place at 9 o'clock A.M. JOHN BOYLAND, Ipswich, 25th June, 1848. Agent. NOTICE. I^HE PUNT MODEL continues running be- tween Brisbane and Ipswich every Tuesday and Friday, as usual. s. d. Wool.perbale. 2 0 Dead weight, per ton. 10 0 Measurement, per ton. 12 0 WILLIAM WILSON. f ' NOTICE. A li* GOODS intended for steamer Experiment .*."? or Wilson's Punt, forwarded to Ipswich, free of expence, from the Store of the undersigned. H. P. DOWSE. Queen's Wharf, July 21, 1848. SALE BY AUCflON. AN ALLOTMENT OF LAND IN THE THRIVING TOWN OF ' x , IPSWICH. ; MR. T. DOWSE "13I71LL offer for Sale by Public Auction, at * * his Auction Mart, North Br...

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SELECT POETRY. LOOK ALOFT. [Newspaper Article] — The Moreton Bay Courier — 22 July 1848

SELECT POETRY — LOOK ALOFT In the tempest of life, when the wave and the gale Are around and above, if thy footsteps should fail,       If thy eyes should grow dim, and thy caution depart,   " Look aloft," and be firm, and be fearless of heart. If the friend who embraced in prosperity's glow, With a smile for each joy, and a tear for each woe, Should betray thee when sorrows, like clouds, are array'd, " Look aloft," to the friendship which never shall fade. Should the visions which Hope spread in light to thine eye,   Like the tint of the rainbow but brighten to fly, Then turn, and, through tears of repentant re-   gret,     " Look aloft" to the sun which is never to set. Shall they who are dearest, the love of thy heart — The friend of thy bosom, in sorrow depart, " Look aloft" from the darkness and dust of the tomb To the soil " where affection is ever in bloom.'' And oh ! when ...

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WRECK OF TWO VESSELS AND LOSS OF NINE LIVES. [Newspaper Article] — The Moreton Bay Courier — 22 July 1848

WRECK OF TWO VESSELS AND LOSS OF NINE LIVES.       It is with regret we have to announce this morn ing, the total wreck of the schooner Wanderer 131 tons, Captain Crosten, and the Elizabeth, 32 tons, Captain Barter, both within this harbour. The Wanderer left Launceston on Wednesday last, and entered the Heads about half-past eleven o'clock on Saturday night, during a heavy gale from the south-west. The captain having, we suppose, great confidence in, the sailing qualities of the vessel, and possessed himself of a thorough knowledge of the harbour, attempted to work her up, but when off inner Middle Head, about twelve o'clpck, she missed stays, and being close to the land, and unable to get the mainsail off her in time, her starboard bow struck, and it is supposed the vessel almost immediately sunk. At daylight yesterday, the main-topmast of the wreck was observable from the floating light-ship, with a man clinging to it ; Mr. Petit, with great...

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COLONIAL EXTRACTS. EXECUTION OF FYFE FOR THE MURDER OF COX. [Newspaper Article] — The Moreton Bay Courier — 22 July 1848

COLONIAL EXTRACTS. EXECUTION OF FYFE FOR THE MURDER OF COX.             ON Tuesday morning last, William Fyfe, who had been convicted at the last sittings of the Central Criminal Court of the wilful murder of Robert Cox. at Moreton Bay, suffered the extreme penalty of the law in front of the New Gaol, at Darlinghurst. Since the announcement to the prisoner of the day fixed by the Executive for his execution, he had remained unmoved, almost sullen, always re- plying to any observation on the subject of his crime, with the protestation of his innocence. He had been attended since the passing of sentence by Dr. McGarvie, Mr. Ritchie, Mr. Agnew, and Mr. Bodenham, the latter gentleman being visit- ing clergyman of the gaol, preached the con- demned sermon to the prisoner in the gaol on Sunday Last. - Shortly after eight o'clock, Dr. McGarvie and Mr. Ritchie, who had attended the unfortunate man for some hours p...

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VARIETIES. [Newspaper Article] — The Moreton Bay Courier — 29 July 1848

VARIETIES. An American paper says-" The time is not far distant when the merchant whose rent costs him more than his advertising will be universally re-' ' garded as one who don't understand his business,' 'j and will not long have any business to understand." English attorneys are not,considered an enúV ¡ nently bashful race-nor are the Irish. At the Bruff Petty Sessions, Attorney O'Grady said-to. < the witness, " You scoundrel go down out o' that !'* and to the reporter " You neeu'nt take tliat.dowiu'3 ' .' Jack, why is cream so dear ?" " Oh, becauW,' ' the milk is so high that very little can get on top, of it." ' J": [ Becoming Modesty.-A Hexham lady went to. church for the first time in her life when her husband was made churchwarden ; and being somewhat lite, the congregation were getting up from their knees at the time she entered. With a sweet condescending smile, she said-"' Pray keep your seats, ladies and gentlemen, I think no more of myself than I did before."...

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WOOL MARKETS. (From the Mark Lane Express, March 27.) BRITISH WOOL. [Newspaper Article] — The Moreton Bay Courier — 29 July 1848

WOOL MARKETS. {From, the Mark Lane Express, March 27.J n British Wool. Leeds, March 24.-In consequence of the un- settled state of political affairs on the continent of Europe, the transaction in this branch of trade have been conducted with gieat caution during, the piesent week) and have been strictly confined to tlic immediate wants of the manufacturers. Sales,vthcrefore, have been very trifling. We do not quqte any alteration in prices. PoauiGN.-lhe approach of our public sales to take place next week has no doubt prevented those who may want a trifling supply from doing any- thing until then. The kinds to be offered will be about 500 Australianr20D fine Merino, 300 middle and low class Buenos Ayres, 250 Egyptian, 200 Smyrna» 500 Tu key, and 200 Mogadoie. No imports this week. Foreion Wool. Cur, Moxövr-The imports of wool into I<ondon last week were 206 bales, of which 63 were from the Cape of Good Hope, 67 from Germany, and 71 from Bombay. The wool market here is rer...

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ORIGINAL POETRY. OH WHAT CAN CALM? [Newspaper Article] — The Moreton Bay Courier — 29 July 1848

r,,,»,/ OilJtÖ^lN,AL PjOETRJTrj..;» ^I^Jí.OH ^"HAÍ(C^N^CALM'r/1,'/' "' ,*0h what can calm the beating breast ( ¡ -¡ "j [Amidst the world's commotion, f 'Or give the throbbing SDÏrit rest, * ' ??>' v From every dire «motion Pj ( 1 ' Not Wealth, or pomp, or pageant proud, i ¡,) Nor honour's heartless beam,, Npr joining in the glittering crowd To share its mirth and revelling loud ?,"< '-'Such joy is but a dream. / The holiest bliss, and calmest rest, ' ' e 'That mortal e'er can know, "' Of joys the dearest and the best, ", ^"jBHs hiding place from woe Li r7? ^ne c°nfid«ng. trusting heart, ' j, ' ^hereilóvé has built her throne ; ( J v J^From ¿uch 'twere worse than death to part, - ' /But'more than life to know that heart, (That bosom, all our own. *'"!'?<' /' Freoerick. , North'Brisbane. ií'íj '

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NEW ZEALAND. TOTAL DESTRUCTION OF GOVERNMENT HOUSE, AUCKLAND, BY FIRE. (From the New Zealander, June 24.) [Newspaper Article] — The Moreton Bay Courier — 29 July 1848

NEW ZEALAND. TOTM. DESTRUCTION Or GOVERNMENT HOUSE, AUCKLAND, BY FIRE. . ("From the ffew ¡Sealander, June 24.J Yesterday'morning, at-half-pást four o'clock,.' the sentry on duty was alarmed by a volume of flame issuing from the north wing of Government House. 'Die alarm was speedily communicated, and His Excellency the Governor immediately conveyed Mrs. Grey from the burning pile.* The. guests and domestics of the establishment nai rouly escaped, with scarcely a vestige of clothing. The soldiers of the two guards meanwhile were assiduously employed, removing books, papers, and furniture ; and although the fire spread throughout the building with 'extraordinary ra- pidity, all the recurds of the Private and Native Secretary's ofliccs, most of the Governor's library, and a good deal of the household furniture were saved. , . The 53th regim'pnt, the police, together w:ith a party of ro> al ai tillery, were shortly on the ground with a view to the maintenance of order, and the rescui...

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LATEST FROM PARIS. (From the Times, April 3.) (BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.) [Newspaper Article] — The Moreton Bay Courier — 29 July 1848

LATES r FROM PARIS. f'From the Times, April Z,J (BY EÍiKCTHIC THLBGEAPH.) The details of the deplorable events which were briefly mentioned in the Times of Saturday as having bccuired in Madrid on the 2b t h ult torm the most interesting portion of the intelligence fiom Paris and the continent just received. A popular movemint to procure the 'dismissal of Ministers was contemplated, on the supposition that the troops would remain neutral, but it hav- ing bein ascertained that this was an error, the movement w as countermanded. 1 he people, how iver, declared that they had been Ik tray ed, refused to dispi rse, and comtuenud forming barricades Hie ti oops fired, and a conflict, iii which the people had n0 Chance of success, w as carried op up to 3 o'clock m the morning, when» the loss of lite having been considerable, the disturbéis of the public ptace dispersed. Our Athens lett« s announce a change of Min- istry m Greece. lhere is no news of importance from Italy or Germany. Up to t...

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THE NEW STEAM-SHIP "AMERICA." (From the Liverpool Albion, March 20.) [Newspaper Article] — The Moreton Bay Courier — 29 July 1848

THE NEW STEAM-SHIP " AMERICA." TFrom'the Liverpool Albion, MareKTQ.J YtisTsaoAT morning, a little before nine o'clock, the steam-ship America, the first completed of the four new steam-ships for the British and North ' American Royal Mail Steam-ship Company ar- rived at this port. She had a most magnificent appearance as she rapidly steamed up the Mersey, going at a speed, as nearly as could be judged from the Prince's Pier, of fully sixteen miles an hour. In her run from the Clyde she has proved herself to be the swiftest ocean-going steamer afloat. « The America left her moorings in the Clyde on the Saturday morning, but having a party of gentlemen interested in the prosperity of the CQtxl pany on board, continued in the vicinity of the river for some hours. When some miles past Greenock the party disembarked into a small stcamert which was in readiness to convey them to Glasgow, on separating the parties on board each Vessel cheered,heartily. At three o'clock,, when off the Largs...

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TIDE TABLE. HIGH WATER AT GOVERNMENT WHARF. [Newspaper Article] — The Moreton Bay Courier — 29 July 1848

iii*} i'. ?' a, <;..: . . i"**Y.*ï, *""""*> -;<¡i¡> ^.t ii.-.. ^ïdê^able;; v-?ln: ; i^lIGII;WATER AT GOVERNMENT WHARfW ( " < \ h,j t r, i J - MORN. EVEN. n Julv 29->Saturday .-.11.12 1L30 i h , i ; 30-Sunday. 11.30 ¿11.47, i iM3Î~'.Monday.J2.6 12.24 * <Aug.-' 1-Tuesday. 12.41 ,12,53 tJ *u " 2-Wednesday.i( 1 16 1 ii 3-Thursday. 1.51 2.J(J 4-Friday..;. ¿31 2 51

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Moreton Bay Courier — 29 July 1848

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE.                   July 24. Elizabeth Jane, schooner, Sterricker, from Sydney. Pisstngers-^ix in the 25. Clarissa, schooner, from Sydney. Pas- sengers-Mr.-H Harpur, and six in the steerage.             -26. Columbine, schoooner, Cook, from Syd- ney Passengers-Mr. Weinholt and servant, eleven in the steerage, and forty-     two Government immigrants.. i iMPOiirs. "Elizabeth Jane 7 case3, 1 keg, 8 bags flour, VroBkMJundrwsjplf'Can tar, l»can turps,4. bundle buckets, 1 btlle spades, I chest tea, 5 bags sujar, 4 bags^salti 1 }m% soap, I task sundi íes, 1 bo\ traisins,*r'bos' cm rants, 1 small bile, I bile bigs, "SVcmbolt, JO chests tea, 5 } ditto, 32 boxes, 5 lÄg^ricTe'rl'trnssi 21 bigs^alt, 1 barrel currants, Ml sundries, 12 dray bo\es, I bde leat...

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EASTERN ARCHIPELAGO COMPANY. (From the Times, March 5.) [Newspaper Article] — The Moreton Bay Courier — 29 July 1848

EASTERN ARCHIPELAGO COMPANY. ¡! (From the Times, March 5.J There are few of our readers who have not felt an interest in the recent events that have opened the Eastern Archipelago, to public notice. It seems perfectly incredible that an island like Borneo should have remained to so late a period almost unknown to mercantile enterprise, and that a nation like Great Britain should have permitted a nest of pirates to infest the highway of our Indian commerce for so many years with impunity. The ravages of these savage tribes have now been happily put an end to, on any extended scale, by the bravery of our sailors ; but it is not only the extinction of such cruelty and rapine that we have to congratulate ourselves upon, the wide and pro- fitable field that has been opened to European commerce by the discovery, we may almost say, of this important archipelago, is one of the most gratifying results. The political considerations .connected with this valuable region are, we hope, now satisf...

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THE TALLOW TRADE. MONDAY, MARCH 27. [Newspaper Article] — The Moreton Bay Courier — 29 July 1848

.T.ÍIE,TALLOW TRADE.,,' MoNifAY, March 27. Fq» the time of-year, this market, owing to lim scarcity of rough fat, is unusually active, and-a considerable advance has. Liken place in the quo- tations. Last week the deliveries were ,not Jess than ¡1300*-casks,'agiinst only 5*3 casks at the corresponding period in 1847,- leaving, a' very small stock oil hand. P.Y.C.' orí the spot is selling at 52s. 6d'. per cwU'; rough fat? average 2s. lid. per. 8 lbs. ' T/r.iis Piiilippa and his family were residing privately at Claremont ; the altered fortunes of the royal pair did not seem to make much'impres- sion upon them. The Prince and Princess Joinville, with the Duke and Duchess d'Aumale and their families, arrived in the French government steamer Solan, at Dartmouth, on Tuesday, having started from Lisbon on the 15th March. At half->past eight the Princess landed, and proceeded in two car* riages and four to the Totness station of the South Davon- Railway« and took their departure for Mai...

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BRITISH EXTRACTS. ACCOUCHEMENT OF HER MAJESTY. Buckingham Palace, March 18. [Newspaper Article] — The Moreton Bay Courier — 29 July 1848

BRITISH EXTRACTS. ni,, l ._ ACCOUCHEMENT OF HER MAJESTY. 'j ; Buckingham Palace, March l8.' 'This morning at eight o'clock the Queen was safely delivered of a Princess. In the room with lier Majesty were his Royal "Highness Prince Albert,-Dr. Locock, and Mrs. Lilly, the monthly «nurse,; and in the rooms adjoining were the other medical attendants, Sir James Clarke and Dr. Ferguson ; and also her Royal Highness the Duchess of Kent, the lady in waiting on the Queen, and the ministers and officers of state summoned on the occasion. The Privy Coun- cillors present were:-Sir George Gi ey. Secre- tary^ of State for the Home Department; Sir Charles Wood. Chancellor of the Exchequer ; the Duke «f Wellington, Commander-in-Chief ; Earl Spencer,, Lord'Chamberlain ; the Duke of Norfolk, MasterKof the Horse ; the Earl of Auckland, First Lord of the Admiralty; Lord Campbell, Chan- cellor of¡ the Duchy of Lancaster ; Earl Grey, Secretary of State for the Colonies ; Earl For- tescue, Lord Steward ;...

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THE Moreton Bay Courier. SATURDAY, JULY 29, 1848. EUROPEAN NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Moreton Bay Courier — 29 July 1848

fir* < ' vt'iii^ J V í$l o v 11 o n Î5 a» £ o'« v it r. SATURDAY, JJJÛÎ^J^ 1S48. vByIjhfârrjl^lpVîring jlnej\wèlp we have reçeiycfl tßrodgh^ifi'e^post^o^e, Sydney "journals to Ùê Í9th'/andlbylíhe favour ol' Captain Cook of the Columbine, a Syd- ney Morning Herald of the 20th instant, together with an Exti aordinary of that paper, published"oá the previous, after-' noon. There were two arrivals at Sydney from England on^thcl^th^namely, the immi- grant ship Royal Saxon, î au the Emperor of China, Post Office packet for April ;¿ the former from Plymouth on the 4th, and the latter f nita the^Downs on the 5th April. The date of the news they <bring-is from London to the 3rd April. Previous to, the, armai of the abo\e vessels at> Sydney, .intelligence had been íeceived' there by the oveiland mail from Port'Phillip that war had broken out in Europe between Au<ria, Russia, and Prussia, against -England and France combined, the immédiate cause being the in...

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BRITISH EXTRACTS. SEDITION IN IRELAND. Liverpool, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Moreton Bay Courier — 29 July 1848

BRITISH EXfRACIS.' SEDITION IN IRELAND. Liverpool, Monday. The following letter was received this morning by a tradesman in this town, from a relative re- siding in the neighbourhood of Dublin :-" Satur- day night, 9 o'clock.-An officer that is lodging with us has just received information that there is an outbreak at Limerick« and the people have beaten the soldiers. The hills which are seen from here are all illuminated with large fires. We can see 20 from our window." We have received no confirmation of this report.-"-77mes, March 28. INFORM tTIONS AGAINST THE LEADERS OF THE CONFEDERATION. On Tuesday, in formations, were sworn before the magistrates of the head office of police, by Mr. Kemmis, Croll n Solicitor; Mr. Hodges, short- hand writer, and others, upon which Warrants were issued fot the arrest ot Mr. W."S. O'Brien, M. P.", and Mr. T\ F. Meagher, who arc charged with uttering seditious speeches on the 15th of March instant, at'the Music Hall.* A warrant was also issued aga...

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SYDNEY NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Moreton Bay Courier — 29 July 1848

^sydney news. Between the'ÏStlí- and 20tli instant, 518 imnii-; grants arrived' in Sydney, namely,\277 .in the Equestrian, and 241 in.the"Royal '? Saxon. The; Surge was the next r Immigrant ¡ship- ¡for Sydney, ; and would leave Plynioutli;alx)Ut the 15th April. The Fairlie, of 755 .,tons,;and.;thé. Gilmore ¿of 650-tons, also with immigrants^ were ;to: follow ;j :tlie former about the 25th April, anil' the tatterson! on 1st Máy¡ .l<hé''£mmâi'with.thë''English|maili for March, had not arrived atiSydney... :.-*.!, The contest for the representation of.?'Sydney! was becoming more etipfgetic as the day of clcctionj drew near.j.j None of; the candjdátes'.seenícd...at all disposed to'-iyield.'- A- meetingof (the- friènds;of'. Messrs. WentWóTtlrahd/Blán'd' had'been held at1 tíic' Mechanics' .institution, but .nothing; could be done on account of the noisy vociferations,of a' rabble who à^tirrîile^, eyidi'n'tly'for; the purpose of; interrupting:Jbe ^procçedingr^«,^ Sùçli tôndiict,...

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