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WATER POLICE COURT. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 2 August 1861

WATER POLICE COURT. BEFORE the Water Police Magistrate. Dickinson v. Boyland.-This was a sum-1 mons caso for tho recovery of wages. Dis- I missed in consequence of the information ( having,been laid under a wrong stntute.

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
CENTRAL POLICE COURT. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 2 August 1861

CENTRAL POLICE COURT. WEDNESDAY.-There was no business boforo tho Court this morning. TnunsDAY,-Before tho Police Magistrate ' William Henry Carr und William Gilbert, brought up on a charge ol' stealing drugs, the property of Mr. Wbmlerly, of South Brisbane wore remanded till to-morrow for the produc- tion of further evidence Compigne v. Redman,-This was a case under tho Masters' and Servants' Act, in which tho dofondant absconded from his hived someo. Remanded till to-morrow.

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

SYDNEY MARKETS By,the Yarra Yarra wo have ndviccs from Sydney to'the 29th ultimo. From the journals w'e quote-The following summary of tho stntu of the markots. The arrivals have been the Marquis of Ar- gyle, from London, with a cargo of general merchandise ; and tho Anglo-Indian, from Mauritius, with 3G71 bags of sugar; the Mar cianus. from Liverpool, with a small cargo of general merchandise and tho plant of the Pitt-street tramway ; and Nagasaki, from Liverpool, with a cargo of gonornl niurchcn disc. Half-yearly meetings of tim following com- panies wero hold on tho 20th July :-Commer- cial Bank-tho report was adopted, «nd a dividend at the rute Pt l-l per cent, pur annum wan declared. Sir II. W. Parker was placed on the directory, and Messrs. Ebsworth and C. Smith appointed niiditois. Australian General Assurance Company-The report, which was considered very satisfactory, was adopted. A dividend tit the rate of 20 per cent, per annum wa« dcolnrod. Mossrs. li. Brown and J. Alexan...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. THURSDAY, AUGUST 1. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 2 August 1861

LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. TnuiiSDAY, AUGUST 1. THE PRESIDENT took tlic chair at ten minutes past three o'clock, and opened the'procoodings with prayer. ASSENT TO BILLS. Tho PRESIDENT announced the receipt of mossages from his Excolloncy the Governor, intimating that tho following bills had boon assented to on behalf of her Majesty :-The Medical Bill, the Parliamentary Privilege Bill, the Savings Banks' Bill, the Cheques or Drafts on Bankors' Bill, the Benevolent Asylum Wards in Hospitals' Bill. ALLEGED LIBEL ON Tin« COUNCIL BY THE COURIER Mr. WOOD, in bringing forward the fol- lowing motion-" That the attention of this house be drawn to nu article published in the Moreton Bay Courier of the 30th July, and that this house do instruct the Attorney General to prosecute the publisher and printer thereof," stated that ho desired to amend the resolution verbally. Leavo having been granted, the resolution was amended by the insertion of words de- claring the artiole to bo libellous, and that th...

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

Weekly C!Í»J!ÍÍ5SSDME\ IIlOU WATI.R AI BMSBAINE. SUN. Days. Date. Mom. After. Rises. M si Weilneiiliiy... Tlniisduy. Aug. 2 a 4 t; 8 7 !52 8 IO g 48 9 30 10 2fi 11 24 0 IG " 52 8 30 9 S nat 10 58 11 48 o as 6 4,1 6 4't G 42 G 42 G 41 G 41 G 39 j 29 5 29 5 80 5 IO 5 yo Ö ;u 5 öl

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Letter to the Editor. THE VOLUNTEER BRIGADE. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 2 August 1861

Bietterltn í.Jae HäiJläwr. THE VOLUNTAR BRIGADE. Silt,-In reading your report of the parlia- mentary proceedings of Tuesday, I was sur- prised to find that the lion, member for Ipswich (Mr. O'sullivan) made use of terms highly insulting to the members of tho Volun- teer Brigade," by asserting his opinion that lie | believed tlio volunteers would tly at tho ap- proach of danger. Now, as a mun who has served in the Crimea in the Regulars, and now in the Queonsland Volunteer Brigade, I fool personally hnrt at it, mid I am sure all my comrades feel it in a similar way. In conclusion, I must bog lo differ with him (Mr. O'S.), and state us'my opinion that j every man of the corps would be at his post in the time of danger, and perform his duty to his Q,ttoen and country, tis every Briton | would do. I am, Sir, vours obediently, MONTEFIORE E. MYERS, M.D., Queensland frico Ittflos. Brisbane, July 31st, 1861.

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 2 August 1861

London International Exhibition of,1862. QUEENSLAND BRANCH. THE Commissioners for the Exhibition of 18G2 have arranged that the following PRIZES shall bo awarded for the under- named Products ; and now solicit tbo co-opeiation of their fellow Colonists towards this great object,--namely, (lint of demonstrating to the commercial world the productive capabilities of Queensland. ANIMAL PRODUCTS. Wool (sheep's), the best six fleeces ; 1st class hilvoi medal Ditto, 2nd host, dil to; 2nd olass ditto Ditto, 3rd tie.st ditto; 3rd clans ditto Ditto, 4th best ditto ; 4th class ditto Silk, the best »ample ; eilyer mednl Honey, tho best sample of 6 bottles; 3 Miveroigns BeesHn*, best sample of 7 lbs ; the silver medal, or 3 sovereigns Pearl«, the best sample ; the silver mednl Pearl Oyster Shells, the best sample of 1 cwt ; 3 sovereigns Tallow (Reef), the best sample of 1 cwt; silver ' medal Ditto (Mutton), ditto ditto ; silver medal Reef (Cured), the best sample of I tierce; silver medal Oil (...

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

PARLIAMENTARY BUSINESS. LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. . FitiDAY (Tins DAY). OUDI'.K Ol' TI1C DAY. Curriers Bi" : third rending.

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 2 August 1861

Sfalppln* IncelMgencic. .Tfir.T .11_wv.»!.. ARRIVED. WMP fmñf?í"n ' " -earner, 10 tons, Cs ptain E. iïtÎLÏÏ vboU'T »»» Sydney (at bar ). »«in ínüti r .«'ra Yarra, steamer, 5601 um, Cap miÄ,rjl Sv(1"ey- Possei.fter.s-: Rev. Mr. Srnw r- '^e.Mr.and Mrs. Goggs, : Miss liol H ° ..ptain Lovott, Messrs. G. tresswell, Aller ' 0árew> T- A- Ge°rKe. 6- A. Lloy d, G. W. A lf J, A. M'Arthur, and 5 In the steerage. , -.ttigust 1.-Swordfish, brlgantlne, 155 U ins, Cap- rin Roberts, from Hobart Town. Pnsst -tigers .Messrs. Fletcher and W. Hodgson. G. Kairand Co., agents (at bar). August 1.-Albion, schooner, 84 tons, Captain Robertson, from Sydney. Passengers-M r. New, Mrs. Booth and 3 children (at bar). IMPORT'S. ".:« Yarra : 10 drums oif. 2 cases oil, 3 linlf *flP,« apples, 4 quarter-kegB ditto, 5 cases sago, 1 .cpj!e, 6 bags salt, It. S. Wurry; 1 parcel, A'.sh ; 4 f jiles, 1 case, J. and G. Harris; 1 trunk, 0. C1 arke ; 1 case confectionery, J. Fowles; 40 bags su¿'ur, 5 «caskscement, Order; 1 ...

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

(DoniiiBèrcin! JUateili&e»ve. Tho following nreitho returns of the 1)ond goods delivered, and tho amounts received as rovoutto ;it the Customs, in Brisbane and Ipswich, for, the month of July, 1861 :- , BBISHANE. ' £ ß. d. Brandy, 1455 gallons. 727 10 1 Gin. 1007 ditto l. Ö03U 2 Whiskey, 242 ditto. 8114 4 Rum, 2910 ditto. 1018 11 Î) Perfumed, spirits, 'ii'ditto . 1 G J All othor'spirits, 22 ditto. 7 14 0 Wine, 19G2 ditto ...'.... 19G 5 a Ale, porter, nnd'boor (in wood), .3950 ditto. 2i 15 10 Ale, porter, and beor (in bottlos) 1033 ditto. 8 12 2 Tobacco. 5960 lbs. 596 0 0 Cignrs, 55!) ditto. 83 18 !) Toa, 22,403 ditto. 280 10 !5 Coffee and chicory, 9041 ditto .. 75 G 30 Sugar, lofincd, 71 ewt. ti errs. 4 lbs. .-.. 23 l8 7 Ditto, unrefined, 1107 cwt. 3 (Jrs. 26 lbs. 277 0 30 Bonding warehouso duty. C3 10 0 Pilotngo. 34 2 4 , , Total ....'. £1007 li 9 i , IPSWICH. Brandy, 047 gallons .£178 1G 3 Gin 17». ,. «9 IG 11 Hum 99D, ". . 319 13 1 Other spirits. 15 gallons . 5 8 1 Wino '...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
THE "HOTHAM" AND HER CAPTAIN. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 2 August 1861

THE "HOTHAM" AND HEß CAPTAIN. Tins miniature steamer reached Moreton Bay the day before yesterday, uiid anchored at the bar, Captain Wyso coming up to town in tile Light-ship's boat yesterday, to procuro ' some necessaries, The Jittlo ' craft ifiado the voyage from Sydney in good stylo, having encountered Homo rough weather, und been, ébligod to-heave to, ahd'rido out a' still' S.S. W. gal«. Captain Wyso having supplied his wants mid reported himself, returned to the Hotham yesterday afternoon; and will proceed on his voyigo to-day; making'his next coll at Port Donison. So much1 interest attaches to this .littlo' boot und her intrepid captain, engaged as they aro in a 'no less daring than generous cifort to discover and carry succor to the explorer Burke mid his companions, that wc deem it unnecessary tn apnlogiso for saying something of Captain Wyse's antécédents; ns itu cvidonco of his fitness for his present task. Captain Wyso is one of thosn mon to bo found onlyjamoiigst tho soa...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
LATEST INTELLIGENCE. [BY TELEGRAM.] From the 25th to the 27th July. MELBOURNE. Thursday evening. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 2 August 1861

LATEST INTELLIGENCE. [BY TELEGRAM.] From the 2üth to the 27th July. MELBOURNE. Thursday evening. Tnn escorts have brought 26,123 "ozs. The Northam arrived last night, at eight, and sails at noon to-moriow. Nothing doing but elections and mail pre- parations. Mr. Nicholson has tiddiesscd the electors of Snndiidgo, declaring himself in favour of lcform of the Upper House. Fiiday evening. The Noi tliam sailed at noon with 30,000 ounces gold, and ninety-tn o thousand sove leigns. Election nddrcssos arc spreading over the colony. The government do not appear to gain strength. Protection is unpopular in the mining dis- tricts. Business quiet. ' At auction sale lumber íealised good prices. t At tbo sale of Bergnif Bl others, plantation coffee uns sold at tonpence tin ce fai things to elevenpence. Oilmou's store and piovisions at full pi ices. i Saturday evening. The Ministers aro finding continued oppo- sition in the count! y distiicts, especially as to protection. Tho Premier is opposed i...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 2 August 1861

Londoninternational Exhibition of 1862 QUEENSLA&D BRANCH. THE Commissioners for the Exhibition of 18f>2, hereby notify, that an exposition of Queens- land products will take place in Brisbane, com- mencing 1st October next. Parties desirous of exhibiting produce or articles of merit, are respeotfully requested to forward the same to Mr. T. Dowse, Seoretary to the Commiss- ioners for 1862, on or before the 31st of August next. livery information will be afforded to parties who intend to exhibit, upon application to the Seoretary, at his office, Parliament Buildings North Brisbane. By order of the Commissioners, THOS. DOWSE, Seoretary. Queensland Steam Navigation Company. SHAREHOLDERS are hereby informed that on and after THURSDAÏ. the 27th June, the Deed ot Settlement of the above Cnm pany will lie for signature at the office of D. F. ROBERTS, Fsq., Solicitor to the Company, Queen-street, Brisbane. Qy order of the Board of Directors, JOHN STEPHENS, S»"retary. Australian Mu...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 2 August 1861

MOllOE. Genoial Post Office, Brisbane, 1st August, ISC!. /¡IHR Popftntt:tei-<¡i'iienil ibu el« it to ho iioti ' J. fietl, for pnlili' iiiformstlo". that in nu ca^-e will IIHTO ho a ileliveiy ol lii-tlnm or Newnpupi'ri at this iitlicii in fiiinro on Suadny, unless a special notice is ib«uetl tu lliat elliot. R It. MACKENZIB. TO ADVERTISEKS. WE must ngutu call attention to the rule of our Ollicc, vU, fo insert NO ADVERTISE- MENTS ('rum non-aUb-.crihefo unless accompanied by the CASn. RESIDENTS IN TOWN are cautioned against piireh.iMiig copies of this paper 'from the ltUNNEKS, since the hitter Inive no authority to sell, .ind anyone who buys from them is un , eonsriuiw-ly abutting,the boys In thieveiy.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 2 August 1861

MARRIED.               At Brisbane on the 30th July, by special license, By the Rev. C. Ogg, Lance-Corporal W. J. Wake- ing, 1st battalion 12th Regt., to Louisa Mildwater, third daughter Robert Mildwater, of Sydney.

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. THURSDAY, AUGUST 1. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 2 August 1861

LEGISLATIVE ASSISAIBLY. TiiuiiSDAY, AUGUST 1. Tho SwAKMt took tho chair at ten minutes past three. MESSAGES. Messages wcro received from his Excel loncy giving his assent to the following measures, viz. :-Medical Bill, Privileges Bill, Savings'Banks Bill, Benevolent Asylum Bill, and Chorines and Drafts on Bankers Bill. PUBLIC "WORKS AT PORT DENISON. Mr. WARRY, pursuant to notice, asked the Colonial Seeretaiy, "(1.) Whether tho government intontl to refuse payment for any public works performed nt Port Denison? (2.) Did the government nd vunce ii sum ol' £350 to a Mr. Fitzalan ? (3.) If such an advance t wna made, what security tlio government demanded under such circiimstnnces, und what spcurltv they obtained Ï" The COLONIAL SECRETARY ropliod that tho government did iutend to pay tho contracts for all work duly performed. Tho government did advance the sum of £350 to Mr. Fitzalan, and endeavored to assist him in obtaining security for the performance of tbo wholo of his contract amo...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 2 August 1861

VTt7"ANTED a CODK; also, a WAITER. IT ARTHUR MARTIN, auctioneer. "ANTED a Prnotioal HATTER. Address Hnts, Courier office. \SrANTRD PLOUGHMEN und LABORERS, * ' 'Ibis Morning, at 10 o'clock. Mr. A. MARTIN, Registry . fliro. ANTED a HOUSEMUD. References required. ARTHUR MARTIN, auc- tioneer. W' U/" ANTED a io«pectablo FEMALE SER- VANT. Apply at the BANK OP AUSTRALASIA between 10 and 11 a.m. WANTED nn ACTIVE YOUNG MAN, as LIGHT PORTER. Apply, This Morn ing. to J. W. BUXTON. AN TED, Laborers, Stone Cutters, Masons, and Horses and Drays. COOK and DAY' Contractor», Fiog's Hollow. w WANTED by the Advertiser.-FELMON GEIUNG and WOOL CLASSING. Good references can be given. Apply X Y Z, Post office, Ipswich. WANTPD FIFTY LABOURERS. Apply, COOK and DAY, Contractors, Tempér- ance Hotel, Frogs' Hollo v. WANTED a MARRIED COUPLE for a Public-hoti«o in the country : also, a respectable Female as HOUSEKEEPER in s Piiblio-hniise. Apply to R. S. WARRY, Queen atreet, Brisbane. \\! ANTI'.IJ a Married coti...

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

FJlJIUr, AUGUST 2, 18(11, l>n IT will lio seen, on refeionoo to our re- port of y estai day's proceedings in the Legislative Couuoil, lliat that branch of our legislature ivbich oluims preccrlanco in point of honor, is obstinately delor miiiocl to adopt tlio policy whioli ohnrao tensed that portion of our country's history, which is confessedly its darkest und most unfavorable period. Tho deci- sion-yesterday was, that the Attorney General bo instructed to prosecute the *> printer and publisher of this journal; the {¡round of offence being a leading article in our issue of the 30th July, which, in the opinion of that very honorable house, came , down so heavily upon ita very tender feet, that it could not be other- wise regarded than as a "scandalous libel." Of course the members of that house had a right to entertain their individual opinions upon the article in question. With suoli opinions we have no quarrel, as the holders of them are too harmless to come within reach of o...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 2 August 1861

Steam to Sydney. 1-\HI5 TARRA.TARRA, from tho A. S. N Co.'s Now jMM" Wharf, TO-MORROW, Aug. gl£|¡ÍF3, afc four p.m. GEO. D. WEBB, Agent. ONE POUND REWARD STRATED from Samford, Pine Kivor, one white and cltiret-cnlored BULL of a large size, branded OHO on lil», and H on ribs. Any person giving su"h infm mation as will loid to his recovery shall receive the above reward. J CLARENCE H. BALL. July 29lh, 18G1. _ FAIRFIELD HOUSE, GEORGE-STREET, NORTH BRISBANE. JOHNM'OABE, formerly of tlio Commercial Hotel, South Brisbane, having: oppned tlio nbove house for Publio Arcommodation, humbly hope» that hit friendi, both in town and oountry, will favor him with (nt least) a portion o the patronage they formerly so liberally accorded to J." M'O. pledgps'Wmself to have always on hand Wine», Spirits, Malt, and Cordials' of the best und choicest description he can piocure. JOHN M'OABE. Prevention of Forgery SQUATTERS1 and MEROHANTS' CHEQUE and ORDER PLATES engraved and printed in a styh to prevent f...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
NEWS AND NOTES. CLXVI. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 2 August 1861

NEWS AND NOTES   BY A SYDNEY MAN.   CLXVI. "WHAT'S the news," say you? "Burran-       gong riots and Maitland floods," say I—both   been up to the top of agony piled excitement, and both rapidly subsiding. Our last tele- grams give reason to believe that the whole of the troops, sailors, and police are by this time at Lambing Flat. But what will they do there ? I hear from that veracious source "on the best authority," " that the govern- ment will certainly proceed to arrest any of the-tniners or others who can be identified as having shared in the outrages upon the Chinese:"-and serve them right, too. The Question then, is-might the diggers submit to these arrests, or will they resist them, and so make tho pioclamation of martial Daw imperative ? On this point opinions sare divided. Messrs. Torpey and Baker, ?deputed as 'delegates from Burrangong to the Governo r, and charged with petitions and affidavit!...

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