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EXPORTS FROM LIVERPOOL TO QUEENSLAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 20 June 1864
for EXPORTS FROM LIVERPOOL TO 1er QUEENSLAND. . Sultana, 1201 tons, cleared April 6 : Agricul- tural implements, £8 ; ale and beer, in bulk, 89 barrels; ditto, in glass, 81 barrels ; apparel and slops, £516; books,. £24; cottons, plain, £2343; cordage and twine, £11; corks, 50 lbs; earthenware, £359 ; glass and glassware, £12 ; plate glass, £S0 ; hardware and ironmongery, £1531 ; hats and caps, £300 ; haberdashery, £1933 ; leather, wrought, £090; galvanised iron, 8 tons ¡ ma- chinery, £275 j millinery, £31 ; cheese, 41 cwt. ; bacon and hums, Iii cwt. ; saddlery, £20 ; salt, 30 tons ; soap, 'ISO cwt.; brandy, '93 gallons ; rum, 28 gallons ; British spirits, 2081 gallons ; stationery, £72 ; tobacco, 2341bs ; upholstery and furniture, £209 ; wines, red, 713 gallons ; ditto, white, 257 gallons.
METROLOGICAL [?] SATURDAY, JUNE 18. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 20 June 1864
METEOROLUoiGAL, Uuo...n Satotidat, Juxe l8. Brisbine;-9 a.m.: Barometer (corroded), 29 90S; thermometer (shade), 58-8 ; ditto (dry bulb), 53 6 ; ditto (wot bulb), 5G- 8; forco of wind, 1; direction, S.W. ; extent of cloud, 1; wciilhor, fine ; light cirrus clouds ; rainfall during last 24 hours, 9-18. 3 p.in. : Barometer (corrected), 29'877; ther- mometer (shade), 67'1; ditto (dry bulb), 07'4 ; ditto (wet bulb), 53S; force of wind, 2; direc- tion, AV.S.W. ; extent of cloud, 1; weather, fiue and clear ; light cirrus clouds. (Per Electric Telegraph!) AVind and AVbathrr.-9 a.m. : Lytton, S.AV. and duo ; Ipswich, AV. and cloudy ; Laidley, calm und foggy ; Toowoomba, AV. and cloudy; Drailou, calm and foggy; AVurwick, AV. niid fine;' Dalby. N.AV., with thick fnir.
SHIPPING. ARRIVAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 20 June 1864
SHIPPING. ARRIVAL. JOTS 19.-Telegraph, steamer, 700 tons, cap- tain Audley Coote, from Sydney the 17th instant, Passengers : Mrs. Brookes and infant, Miss Allen, Mrs. M'Cartncy and two servants, Mr. and Mrs. 0. L. Hill, Master Brookes, Messrs. W. Roadknight, AV. B. Allen, S. Ivory, W. Drummond, Boylo (2), J. H. Yaldwyn, M. Tyrer, BaUlairo, T. Unmack, J. L. Hood, Cap- tain J. C. Till, and about 45 in tho steerage. DEPARTURES. June l8.-Flying Cloud, Black Ball ship, 1189 tons, Captain H. C. Keen, for London. Passenger«-Saloon : 'Mrs. Power and family (3), Miss Power, Miss Cowell, Messrs. T. Cowell, E. Jacomb, B. Phillips, AV. Holdcrness, R. Birley, and the Rev. Mr. O'Donohue. Second cabin : Mr. and Mrs. T. Quinn, Mrs. M'Ewen and infant, Mrs. Suffolk and infant, Mr. and Mrs. T. B. Richards and family (4), Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Sherwood oncl family (2), Miss Cowen, Messrs. J. F. Sion, J. Al'Bean, A. Champion, A\r. Rändle, and R. Thompson. June l8.-Yarra Yarra, steamer, 050 tons, Captain W....
ENGLISH SHIPPING. DEPARTURES. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 20 June 1864
ENGLISH SHIPPING. DEPARTURES. April 6.-From Liverpool, the Black Ball ship Sultana, 1201 tons. Captain William', for Harvey's Bay and Brisbane, with cargo and passengers. April 13.-From Deni, Earl Russell, 1012 tons, Captain Bait, for Moreton Bay, with pas- sengers and cargo. April 22.-From Deal, Fusileer, Black Bull ship, 1088 tons, Captain Carvosso, for Moreton Bay, with 255 passengers. &nbsp; The following vessels were loading for ports in Queen-land at London on the 23rd April : Queen of the Colonies, Captain Cairncross ¡ Young Australia, Captain Phillips ; und Ihe General Caulfield, Captain Richards. On the, same date the Young England, Captain Smith, was loading for Moreton Bay at Liverpool. Messrs. A. and J. Inglis have completed on tho Clyde the Lady Young, built for the Queensland Steam Navigation Company. The Lady Young is of the following dimensions : Length of keel and fore rake, 213 feet; beam (moulded), 25 feet 6 inches j depth, 12 feet. Home News. The ship Fus...
Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 20 June 1864
AVOOL Tnr undersigned« ill guo Liberal Cash Ad i anns on Wool consigned to their Corns pondints, Alc-srs Frid Ilulh and Co .london C JILUSSLLR AV Co Brisbane, Decembci, 1803 B KISBA-Ñ.Ej .''G.A'S,i,-OOMPANY . ?..!'. _J__ I Capital £Ï5,000, in 3000 Shares, of £5 cael?/ with power to increase thó¡ Capital to, £30,000.. , , ' ' ' I To bo Incorporated by Act of Parliament, with Limited Liability. ¡ DIRECTORS i Geo. D. AVehb, Esq, Chairman Geo. JSdmondstone, Usq., M.L.A., Deputy Chairman HeXUT BüOKT.EV, Esq., L. A. Beknays, 'Esq., John Campbell,'Esq., JlOllEHT C imiu, Esq., M.L.A. Bankers-BASK, Or iNexv. South.' AYales. ' "Solicitor-A. MiCALisi'iiit, JSsq. , Secretary, pro. tem.-./Eneas AValkeb., .Offices :-Ann-streot, Potrio's Bight. 3405 SMYTH'S SYDNEY MARINE ASSUR- ANCE COMPANY (BRISBANE AGENCY.) rpiIE Undersigned uro prepared to tako Bisks JL on Merchandise or Shipping botwconUris bimo and nil Ports ol' Hw Australian Colonies or Jîurope, at tho lowest, ratos. For further purl ¡culara...
AUSTRALIA NO LONGER OPEN TO CONVICTION. (From the Realm.) [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 20 June 1864
AUSTRALIA NO Z0NOEU OPEN TO CONI'ICVION. (From the Rail m ) In tho old Botan) Bil) dus lianspoilaiion «usiiglitl) ligardod usa punishment fiaught «ithtoiror Ciimiiinls who suit to a bauen inhospitable shore, lion «luth thei stldom lotiirned to thtn milito toonil) while tin few «ho found (lu ii wn> baik n toiinltil hoi nfj nig talcs of iiiagisti itis' ni|iisliie und oiiistus ti nilly But bj digien a coinplito ihango took place, Hie biuriiilniid bunine a nourishing shot p fin iii utics uroso, tho shiimelul iniquities of tin old si stem «tieicloiinid gold distou nts lool piuco, lolunt ii j emigration mu cased tnoi inously, mid the toloiiists gradual') found that lht| mild dwpcuso with com ni lulim Hit Ausl i lilians distoi ti id this fait Iongbtforo Ibu uiolhti count i x was willing In admit its existente llio comiit foi mill) welcomed us a lomciuint limci of «ood and ltipu of slncp win shiiniiiil as n pingue smiltin width, «host louth «as toiitaiiiiiiatinn D10 bonn iiullioi iltcs l...
ENGLISH EXTRACTS. (From tho Home News.) MR. STANSFELVD'S RESIGNATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 20 June 1864
ENGLISH EXTRACTS. (From tho Horns Kerns.) MR. STANSFELVD'S RESIGNATION. Tue appointment 'of Mr. Childors to llio vacancy at tho Admiralty Board occasioned bv tho resignation of Mr. Stansfield, will bo regarde;! with favor nt least in Australia. It is tho second time Lord Palmei'slou's government has drawn a colleague from Ihe rolnnios ; and on this occasion it is to be hoped tho result will provo moi o fortúnate than in the caso of Mr. Lowe. There is good ground for thinking that the dioico is a safe one. If Mr. Childers has not yet made a strone impression upon Parliament, ho has given strong evidence of business qualities, mid shown himself ciipnblo of taking up with perseverance such topics as circumstances had brought directly within tho reach of his observation. He possesses also tho advantago of .starting in official life without being committed lo any political theories likely to letter his judgment, or impodo his freo action in the Executive. Nor docs ho appear, during his s...
COMMERCIAL. COURIER OFFICE, SATURDAY EVENING. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 20 June 1864
COMMERCIAL. CoülUPB Office, S ilui day evening OtJU files from Sydney mo to thel7lh instant The t> If lierait! sai s -' Air Hem y Belt has sold Brunel Downs, foin blocks on the Angelí la, AVtst Maranoa, with 6500 sheep und 160 head cattle, foi £7500, cqu ii to cash " By the Agnes Lung which aimed at tho wharf at 8 o'clock on Imlay eieiiing, wo are in possess on of our Fnglish flits 'Hu. Home yew,, undor dato April 2Glh, giles tho following icspectmg tho markets for colonial produce - Hides -At the late sales the demand w as less actiic mid the slight it li ance obtained pre woush wns scarcely sustained, only a small portion being sold 'Hit p iblio sales sime our last me as follows, viz -388 salted Vustiahan, ex A\ lntthall, which sold, first hca\j, lid , seconds 3LI, fii»t light, i Jil 1012, ex Murrin, sold, 3Jd to lid, kips and skins, IJd lo 5ld horse, Is 3751 ex ioung Aiisliahn, »old, best beau, 13d to 4 rd, seconds, ti to IJd, i!i»thght,4Jd, seconds, 3Jd, thinls,3|d, kips nu 1...
The Courier. PUBLISHED DAILY. MONDAY, JUNE 20, 1864. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 20 June 1864
Wljt (Courier* PUBLISHED DAILY. MOyDAY, JUyj! 20, 1801. AY f. do not know whether we uro most surprised tit the unconscionable presump- tion of the Secretary for Ltinds and Works or at the temerity of the Ministry in the attempt that was mudo on the last night oí the .sitting of the Assembly to foist tile Municipal Institutions Bill upon the House. In principle, the bill is unworthy of the abilities which the Ministry undoubtedly possess ; in detail, it is hy no moans cal- culated to induce laymen in or out of Par- liament to respect their pretensions as lawyers or statesmen, mid, indued, it is discreditable to them. Few will think that it has been framed with a view lo meet the requirements of the country-or to take advantage of the practical good sense of the community hy inducing an interest for, and a willingness to undergo the trouble and practise the self-restraint of, local Government-or to relievo the general Administration and the Legislature from the labor of conducting mi...
ABSTRACT OF SALES BY AUCTION THIS DAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 20 June 1864
AUSTRAGT OF SALES Uï AUUTIUiS THIS DAY. MESSRS. MARTIN & DICKSON, at 11 o'clock, at thu City Auction Mart : Queens- land Stciuu Navigation Company, Queens- land Insuranco Company, Queensland Building Society Shares, Land at South Bris- bane, Spring Hill, Maryborough, Bowen, and in various othor localities. MR. R. CRAAVFOitD, at 11 o'clock, at the Royal norso Bazaar : norseB, Drays, Spring Carts, Harness. MR. AV. II. KENT, ntll o'clock, at Tattersall's Horse Bazaar : Horses, Drays, Saddles. MESSRS. FRASER &. BUCKLAND, at 11 o'clock, on Harris' «linrf- r*>-i,s
TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. (FROM OUR TELEGRAPHIC CORRESPONDENTS.) SYDNEY June 18. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 20 June 1864
TELEGRAPH IC NEWS. (mon oun TKLEoiurmo coubespondents.) p&lt; SYDNEY. ' ía Tue ship Prince Consort was abandoned during the late gale, and was towed Into this port ns derelict. The Hoods aro now subsiding. Jinny lives have been lost, and immense damage has been dono to properly. Several wrecks aro reported to havo occurred off tho coast. Tho steamer Balclutha was nearly lost, and tho fittings of the cabin and a portion of tho cargo were burned to keep up the steam. The Mechanic, with all hands on board, was wrecked. The steamer Scotia was totally wrecked at Bluff Harbor, but the crew were saved. The Californian papers announeo thal (hero has boen plenty of rain, but that the crops aro all safe. Broadstuffs nro dull. The government havo promised to grant au amount equal to that raised hy publie subscrip- tion for the purpose of relieving tho distress caused by the recent Hoods. Flour has a downward tendency. 'Teas aro firmer. Mai/o is rising, but breadstuff* are dull. The mar...
Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 20 June 1864
w R Auction Sales.__ THIS DAY. MONDAY'S REGULAR SALE AT TATTERSALL'S HORSE BAZAAR. H. KENT will sell by auction, on _ MONDAY, Juno 20, at 11 o'clock, 1 Case of Hogakin Saddles 6 Drays 15 Draught Horses 6 Saddle ditto. _ Terms--Cash._684,1 THIS DAY. MONDAY'S USUAL SALE. HORSES, DRAÏ6, 4c. BOYAL HORSE BAZAAR. OBERT CRAWFORD will sell by auction, on MONDAY, Juno 20, nt 11 o'clock, Horses, draught and soddlo Drays and Spring Carts Harness and Saddles, and Bridles, &c, fee. ._ 5SJ3 THIS DAY. OATS! OATS!! ON HARRIS' AVHARF. FRASER & BUCKLAND havo received in- structions from the consignee to soil by auction, on Hams' wharf, on MONDAY, Juue £0, at 11 o'clock-, 150 Bags OATS, in primo condition. 5775 SATURDAY, JUNE 25. VALLEY AUCTION ROOMS, (Opposite Cockkbeil'b Buildings.) H BUFF begs to inform the inhabitants of . Fortitude Valley and Brisbane, that having obtained an Auctioneer's General ¿¡eenie he will submit for Public Competition at Ms OPENING SALE, on SATURDAY, June 2...
Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 20 June 1864
QUEENSLAND STEAM NAVIGATION ** COMPANY. THE MAIL STEAMER QUEENS- LAND, will leaTO for MARY ÏKHKÏCGir, GLADSTONE, and HOCK HAMPTON, on TUESDAY, June 21, at 8 P'58 JOHN STEPHENS, Sccretniy. USTRALASIAN STEAM NAVI- GATION COMPANY. STEAM TO SYDNEY.-The TELEGRAPH, WEDNESDAY, Juno 22, at 0 a.m. For ROCKHAMPTON DIRECT. - The CLARENCE, TUESDAY Juno 21, nt 9 p.m.-No advance iu rates. TO ipswich The IPSWICH, This Day, MONDAY, June 20, at 9 a.m. The BRISBANE, TUESDAY, Juno 21, at - 9 a.m. The IPSWICH, WEDNESDAY, June 22, at IO a.m. The BRISBANE, THURSDAY, June 23, at IO a.m. The IPSWICH, FRIDAY, Juno 24, at 1P30 a.m. The BRISBANE, SATURDAY, June 25, at 1130 a.m. HENRY O'REILLY, Agent. A.S.N. Company's Offices, Brisbane. AUSTRALASIAN STEAM NAVIGATION COMPANY. Reduction in tho Freight of WOOL per A.S.N. Co.'s Steamers. Iffok T7ROM and after tho 1st JUNE JÜÉ -T next, the FREIGHT for WOOL from the Northern Ports to Sydney will be as under : From Brisbane and Ipswich to Sydney, at 12s. per bale. Fr...
CENTRAL POLICE COURT. SATURDAY, JUNE 18. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 20 June 1864
CENTRAL POLICE COURT. &nbsp; SATURDAY, JUNE 18. BEFORE the Police Magistrate. DRUNKENNESS.—James Lorimer, William Chadwick, and Charles Cheasman were each fined 10s. for drunkenness ; for a similar offence aggravated by disorderly conduct, Ellen Smyth &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; was lined 20s. VAGRANCY.—John Sumption, charged with vagrancy, was sent to gaol for one month. &nbsp; &nbsp; LARCENY.—Mr. Moffitt (an aboriginal), con- &nbsp; victed of having stolen two Crimean shirts, was sent to Brisbane gaol for three months, with hard labour.
CENTRAL POLICE COURT. MONDAY, JUNE 20. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 21 June 1864
CENTRAL POLICE COÜST. Mond li, June 20. to I BüroiiF tho Police Magistiato und Mr do Douglas (I, I DunxkiwTsS-Toscph Bulman, Joseph Bell, James El ans Christian Dilhsh, Cliarks AVillir Mai'in Anderson, Primus Hays, Chi tottan Chi i»t um on Charles Smith, John O Hi ion and Idwnid Bobutson, wcio each lined 10s ioi di unkmniss Foi a suinlai olltneo, Margaret Alanton was fined 20s Tumis Al Council and Michael M Connell, for diunkenness and chsoululy conduct, were each (mid C2 Indi ci \t HxrosuRT -Fitei rundomnn, foi indolently exposing Ins poison was lined £5, in dtfiult of piynnnt In was sent to gaol foi soi cn d ly s Hi sei r-Edmond O Connor for attempting to rescue n piisonoi fiom (ho polite, was (und ¿0s luv IiTusiniim Sxnvrx Nrws-tho first nunibei of an ixieidmgly Mill got up pmci, bealing Ino aboie titlt wa= published y estudai, Juno lu In nil itspects mtistie htiraiy and methnmeal it is ii hijih ci editable pro luction, and i cn fin ni adi um of mn similin attempt w luth has luth...
The Courier. PUBLISHED DAILY. TUESDAY, JUNE 21, 186[?]. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 21 June 1864
e (Souder* er PUBLISH KB DAILY. ntl - G TUESDAY, JUXli 21, 1SG1. ïsfw South "Wui s Ins just been wilted b3 ifboil vliicli toi 1 xtPiit uni de\ ist iting eiltet is uiipii illc'id m the liistoi} ot the cohn) Otu litest liles of S) lne\ papei ii t. lai ¿1 li occit) ic il with listicilul îcpoils ol the using (f the wnteii the ileiliuction of i>io| cit\ 1111 the h s of life noitli, west, mil south, while tin intices of the îutcini) li m to roman nie 1 don with ni un popul m-> j I ires Iij the lue il 111g down of the tel« ¿1 i]>h line-,, the «ubiiieignig of îoids m1 t he citi\mg a« i\ ol In 1 lges gt\e pi ij t) the nungin 1 tion and iniluee 1 feeling of disma} at the possible cuecding mignitude of hoiiois jet nntolil lioin the Hiwkcabui} to the Dai lui!,'', fiom the J moss to tlir Richmond the nuis lia\t bien Hooded and at m u with in in and Ins nolls But it is onl\ fi mi a few oí the best Known distmts tim! m\thing like de tailul tciounts li i\o Ixen icuiud Just, fioin the J...
FYDD'S FAMILY FARE (From The Times.) [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 21 June 1864
FTSD'S FAMILY FARE* LO, (From The Times.) to Tut ait of ' good living (wo use Iho temi tn its cuhnai) sense) is one which lins cvei nlti ulled iittcntion fiom mankind at largo since the genus homo left oil a vegetal ian diet, mid w o ni o not suio Hint it w us not cult iv nlcd i v cn ni Hu Golden Age At nil events cvei simo mini beenmo n cm niv oi ous mum ii his oppoi I u lillies foi leihsing tho pleiisuies of the tuble hnve been multiplied and ns civilization i\ tended we may bo sino that Iho mi iiiqiiendi was not neglected The ollei of the impend deb nu lice lo lew aid mi) one who would pi o dine foi his pilli 1 oppilitc a new dish pioves th it the utmost attention was bislowed on tin science ol cool nig by tho Romans mil suggists that they weio mis i ibl) dclicicnt in the minie ofcookuy books Wo limy coneiivi thal ni the establishment of Jtbemis time was a íiisi i ile chef as fin that is to sty as mons linnUd ponds then went but he lOidd lundi) hove been gifted as vvuelho bles Hu...
METEOROLOGICAL OBSERVATIONS. MONDAY, JUNE 20. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 21 June 1864
METEOROLOGICAL OBSERVATION S. 1 Mo\ni\, Jdnt 20 BütsiHNf-Biiomctci (collected), 209Í7, tliernioniitir (sundi), 500, ditto (dn bulb), 50 2, duto (wa bulb), tO 8 force of wind 1, diicction, SSW , extent ot cloud, 0, weilhu, fine 3 pm Bolometer (collected), 29 83, thci mometir (»hide), G2 S , ditto (dn bulb), Ob 0 , ditto (wd bulb), 57 1, foice of wind, 2 , dircc tion, W b> S , extent of cloud 1, wenther, fino, hjjhl acattercd cumulus clouds (l'a nedrie Telegraph ) Wind \->d AAeítiifb-9 nm L\tton, SW and fine Ipswich, calm and fine, Laidley, calm and fine, Toowoomba, W strong, and fine, Drayton, W ant line WuiwicK, N W , and fine, D îlty N W , nnd fine S\i)Nn-9 a in Borometei (concited), 27 705, thcimometer («hade), 53 ditto (di\ bulb), W7, dito (wit bulb) 15 8, foi co oí wind, 1 direction, W N W , extent of cloud, 1, weither flin