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HOME AND AUSTRALIAN MAILS. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 21 May 1861

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Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
HOMEWARD ROUTE. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 21 May 1861

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Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
PARLIAMENTARY BUSINESS. LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. TUESDAY, THIS DAY. GENERAL BUSINESS—NOTICES OF MOTION. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 21 May 1861

PARLIAMENTARY BUSINESS.' LEGISLATIVE- ASSEMBLY; ¦'¦' ¦"¦?-?¦¦!"¦¦¦ Tuesday,' This Day.:: ,;,.'.-v obxerat, business?kotil'es ok motion. i Mr. Coxen to move?"That this house,will,.lo hiorrqw, resolve itself into n committeepf tho whole, to consider bf an Address to tho Governor, praying, tlin't his Excellency will, he pleased to.,cause to-be plrifieddirtbe Siipplemeriliiry Estimates foi-1861/"ti' Bum not exceeding .£250, for Repairs to the Main' Kbnd through Balhy." :?¦'¦'?;¦'¦"?'¦;': ' '-' ''--'I''-'. : -Miv-Watts'to niove (1;)?"ThaVcoiisidoring the importance .-of promoting.nnd establishing another export staple, from -Queensland, it-is .desirable that: land be grunted .to uliy person or company? under-, taking tho cultivation ot' Cotton on an extended; scale." (2.)?" That the government bo therefore empowered to grnntliinii in feosiin pie, iii' blbokS bf not less than 320, nor more tluiiV' i;2S0'ncres,if, wltliin i- two->.'years, capital in! thb: proportion'; of £5000 toench G4...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Shipping Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 21 May 1861

Skipping Intelligence. Ipa: --*- -Y" ¦'"', cai The Gem, schooner, from Morpeth, was at-the Eagle Farm Flats at 5 o'clock yesterday evening. The Gem brings a cargo of produce consigned to Mr. II. S. Grenfell. The Telegraph (s., lay at Cowan Cowan on Sunday night, and went to sea yesterday morn- ing. The Breadalbane (s.), returned from the Pilot Station yesterday evening bringing up the stores, &c., left by Ute 'Premier. The Gem was the only ' vessel she sighted. The Samson (s.), will not leave for Sydney before the end of the present week. . The ? survey .on her machinery was satisfactory, but the officers "of the company in Brisbane deem it advisable to await instructions from Sydney. Tho Breadalbane will be on tho slip to-ilny nnd to-morrow, undergoing cleansing and the usual survey necessary before obtaining the periodical certificate of the Steam Navigation Board. Queen's Birth-Day.?The lovers of excursions to the bay will be glad to learn that Messrs. lt. Towns nnd Co. h...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE BILL FOR EXTENDING THE RETAIL SALE OF SPIRITS BY STOREKEEPERS AND OTHERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 21 May 1861

THE BILL FOR' EXTENDING THE RE TAIL'SALE: DP SPIRITS BY STORE- j 'KEEPERS 'AND OTHERS. ' ' 'Sii»r£-Iperceive froin/yourreport bf Parlia- mentary'proceedings, tlint'ii bill has been introduced into the Legislative Assembly by, Mr'; Forbes^ having for its object thc -'granting' of liceriscs1 to others than publicans to sell spirituous1 liquor's under thc present minimum of two;: gallons^'siiclr extra advantage tobe coriipririsatcd'for by'tho payment of i'25 por anhuni,'as'ht present uriderstoqd. ; ? "This bill I' niko learn', is to bc ronda second tim6;\,'oii;;'Wcdnes'day next?supposing the elasticity bf' tlio Assembly to bc sufficient-to, endorse, hot oilly' thc pastimes of thc mover,: but tlie 'objectionable nature of thc principles involved in his paltry effort nt rofonn. From what-I'cnii hear; I do riot think that common decency, irrespective bf lill other considera- tions, will allow tho- bill to bo: read a second tinio on ? the' clay named ; and for thissimplc ronsph", that the ...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Letters to the Editor. THE TELEGRAPH DEPARTMENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 21 May 1861

Shelters to thc Editor. THE TELEGRAPH DEPARTMENT. Sir,?In your issue of tho ¦¦ 18th ¦ instant ' an article appears on the subject of tho Tele graph Department. Thc writer states that" Electric Telegraphs' arc seldom paying concerns. It is admitted that in the hands of men of experience and economical, ideas, they always tremble ori tho' lino .botweon profit and loss." . ... n:; 1 I feel disinclined to ;allo,w: this statement togo forth to tho world unchallenged/ and1' beg to assure your contributor that ho is greatly in error in making it. '.'.Tho Electric Telegraph Company,' the Subhuuinc, and British Company, and the English, Irish,'"and. Magnetic Telegraph Coinpany*have been pay- ing not loss than seven per eent'fbr certainly eight years, and I havo lately .soon an,article-, rcfcrriiig to tho single-handed enterprise' bf tho Messrs. Router,- tho success of which',; amply demonstrates that thc' systcrii is ap- , predated and payable. 'Y.'¦-.'",'?'¦ I; ¦ remember also," that before...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 21 May 1861

f ¦ta A*. ?rf-9, 9 B ' 1/A^oV eTcnr flower that T»v2»\ ' **» brtathci»fragrance. * r ^SWEET^OENTS \l *S WHITE ROSE. MYRTLE FRANGIPANNI I8S-S PERFUME OF PARADISE/"3-9 And a Thousand others, . t \*& Si. Cd. tack JJottU. ,&/ >~ _-?>° Wool and Sheepskins. m B. STEPHENS is a cash purchaser of Wool X ? and Sheepskins at full market prices. Greasy Wool washed or scoured, and Sheepskins fellmongered, on growers' account, at Sydney rates, and in the best manner. Brisbane, 1st Oct 1859. Moreton Bay Tramroad Company. Limited Liability. . Capital, £150,000, iii 30,000 Shares of £5 each. Y Peposit, 2s. Cd. pei" share, ? Payable on'applicaliou for Bharcs. ...Protisional Committee :, , Buckley, Henry, Esq., Auditor-General . , Coxen, Charles, Esq., H.L.A. Coote,. AVm., Esq. Edniondstone, George, E6q., M.L.A. Ferrett, John, Esq., M.L.A. ¦Harris, The Hon, George, M.L.C. Kennedy, AV. F., Esq. ' : : Petrie, John, Esq., J P., Mayor of Brisbane: Ruff, George, Esq .M.L. A." Richards...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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QUEENSLAND—EMIGRATION AND COTTON GROWING. (To the Editor of the North British Daily Mail.) [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 21 May 1861

QUEENSLAND?EMIGRATION AND COTTON GROWING. (To tho Editor of tho North JJrilish Daily Mail.) iss Sm, -Permit roe to avail myself of-your influential columns to inform the middle and industrious classes of this city, and neigh bourhood, and especially tho members and office-bearers- of the various Trades'Unions bf tho west of Scotland, that I,have returned to this country fro ni Australia once'more,1 and that, although, my principal object is to get an ecclesiastical question bf'lbng stand- ing in our colonies definitively settled, I haye iilso'come to give,tiri impulse to .emigration (if the right'description to the new colony of Queensland .(recently! a portion of New South Wale's), .in. which there are at present extraordinary inducements held forth by the local government for the emigration of fami lies!.'.arid individuals, of. the classes I.have; mentioned, and in .'which cotton bf. the finest quality? for: the.; .manufactures ? of Great J3ritaiu,!niay be-grown ns easily as potat...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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REPORT IN REFERENCE TO THE CASE OF MR. COMMISSIONER HALLORAN. To His Excellency Sir George Ferguson Bowen, Knight Grand Cross of the Most Distinguished Order of St. Michael and St. George, Captain-General and Governor-in-Chief of the Colony of Queensland and its Dependencies, and Vice-Admiral of the same, &c., &c., &c. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 21 May 1861

REPQRT IN ItEFEItENCE TO THE CASE OF MB.''. COMMIS- SIONER IIAM.ORAN. ?.,..-".>'¦"¦??,'¦' To His Excellency Sir Gedrgc'iF.erguson Bowen, Knight Grand Cross of tho Most Distinguished Order of St. Michael and St. George, Captain-Gcnerrilmid Go vcrnor-in Chief of tho Colony of Queensland' and'its Dependencies; illili Vice-Adiniral of the' samo, Ssa.; &c, &c. '? ? - May : it please your1 Excellency,?We, Charles William Blnlcuney, and John Jardine, the Commissioners appointed hy a certain commission, and Letters rnteiit,! dated ' tho 5th.day of. November, 18G0, directing us'to make a diligent, full, and minute inquiry into the conduct of Arthur Edward Halloran; bf 'Tinana, Commissioner of Crown Lands for the district of "Wide Bay and Burnett, who is accused First?With having wrongfully caused to Lc withdrawn from sale, on'tho 8th day of September, 1859, au allotment of land, hiing No. G of that dayV'salc':'' '"¦ '/ Second?For having, been unduly! inter- ; cstcd in tho ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 21 May 1861

\lV,A>TB'rt Bkllled"ijABu!fKKS/fvr'tiie./dei': V?'. - jiartrrifiit /of. llio/Biigiiieer.bf Itoads., Apply at tho (^IfiovGe^ WANTED, a' HOY: as APPRENTICE to /(lie -Painting trade. Apply-to 0. SHALLEHN', Eiiznbeth-strcet.,,, :; ,.i"r ¦': ; .:.' ' ..¦., ?¦'.; '::?.? \\J ANTE! Va mail as GENERAL SERVANT, »»¦'': Mast lie able-tomillc. 'Apply to D; P.' ROBERTS,'Solicitor, Quceii^trePt,. -:;/'¦[" "-' WANTED a GENERAL SERVANT for a small family.' /Apply/ tb. ARTHUR/' HARTIN, Auctioneer.,v""!' ''."'¦ ,"" w ANTED,. a General.EEMALE SERVANT' for .Ipswich/;. ARTHUR MARTIN, Auc W ANTED, by a respectable female' with ono child, a' Hitriatibn' a's HOUSE and PAR- LOUR MAID?bush preferred. Apply to ARTHUIUUARTIN,Auctioneer... -¦?!.-:¦ WANTED! n,reii|iectiible riiidnle-agcd Woman . Y.as /NURSE, aiiil ii Young-Woman ? as HOUSEMAID.uiid, N.EIvDLEWOMAN-; Refor onoo required., SHAFSTON/Kaiigaroo Point. WANTED a ¦ HOUSEMAID.: References : required. Gnnd vnp's given.; Apply at QUEENSLAND BOARDING HOUSE...

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CONVOCATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 21 May 1861

CONVOCATION. Bora Houses of Convocation met on Tues- day for the' actual' dispatch ot business, under uv license from thc Crown.': This is the first time 'for: two hundred,years that, the Parliament bf the Church hasassembled under such circumstances. /'Besides this[fact, two d tlic'rs makctlie niceting.bfCoiivoca'tibu a notable .incident.- The business lp, bedes f patched was, ,the-r amendment of the- ,29th if canon.. ,, ----- .,,,.-...- ,¦-?.¦.:....¦.,¦,,..':. b The Bishop of.Oxford, through whom the license "was obtained; moved thal the 29th canon should be so altered as to admit of parents-being sponsors to their own children. The canon, as it Stands, prohibits parents from exercising that function/and hence many f children are not baptized.¦¦¦¦Moreover; it -wns contended that the present system ?weakens tho sense of. responsibility in parents, and I, lends tb hack-sponsorship for; the sakei of il tlie supper given' to celebrate a baptism. Tho,motion was seconded- by the Bishop ...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
DARLING DOWNS. (From the D[?]D. Gazette.) [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 21 May 1861

.huh . (From tho ff;J). <?<<-««£), i MiN-'Dno\vK4«D.^rA,',hiau:6f tlie .name, of Waits was'drowned in crossing the -Coucla riiiho/abQutfpur "weeks ;since., 'Thelman was in vibe ..Talavera -employment: nnd bri '¦tiored.. baciCgoing;foE.cattlGi;anclyn.;--ie^ridc,n^ cro'sV-lhe'riy^ thc floral/ripd drowned.!^ ,'f, Xi'f ,Y/;' " ;-/. '-' Plii'ENTIpNjp^ heavy rains, the Coiidnmiiie.i ariel. Ipswich. ma|ls;had not arrived up to the tinipVof bur going: to press; v Wc'arc.iriforracd/lh'at seve- ral pf: thc creeks on tho, cliflerentiiriail routes' aroibank and b'ank.-high, ..arid that' traffic will consequently be impeded for somo.time. DAI,nYaiW,E,C.BEEK.^-rMK!'ANCllp^Y Acci- dent.?On''Suricla'y.'i$st' as Mi. Symes, over- seer at .Groomburra, Was but riding, bis hors;e siidcl(!nly;,became/rinmanageable,'and he was" thrown' with great, Viplence./tb. the/ground.' Ho was With assistance,, rehibyed tb a she^p station, and medical,aid,...immediately! sent, for, but...

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IPSWICH. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) MONDAY, (YESTERDAY.) [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 21 May 1861

IPSWICH. "(l'BOM OUROWNcbRItESPONDKNT.) . /, ..."..' ? ' ./Monday, (Yesterday,)'" I seb tho Times appeals strenuously .to the British-public to come down with subscrip- tions for the relief of the starving millions of British subjects in India, describing it ns the calamity which; has come upon that land ns an " Irish famine" in India. Here, then, is a splendid opportunity for our wealthyflock owners and others to evince the reality Of their- philanthropic- interest iii'the natives of India. But apart fro ni any quizzing, which truly may as well lie let. alone in the .pre- sence bf such appalling misery, certainly an elTort ought to. be made to raise a fund in Ibis, prosperous and happy colony, to.wards relieving these, bur!follow...then and fellow^ subjects, in a dependency so near to us. -:If some grout and immediate cfToit is notmntle,. more subjects: of Queen Victoria will have perished there before Christmas comes round, than would have populated Queensland northward to the Str...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 21 May 1861

For London. rpHE bri-; BESSIE, 600 lons bur X then, Benjamin Davies; Cora-. mander, having a portion, of: her Neargo engaged will hieet with quick Miapatch. Wool Id per lb.. | with gp(,rc;nt, ; Tnllow 70s per ton )¦ ra.|'? fl Bides 50* per ton of 40 j ;Pl»««S<>-. y. For Freight or Passage, apply to WALTER GRAY & CO., ¦' ipswich ; or.to ¦ ?!¦¦: J. & G. HARRIS, ! ' .ir. ¦<.¦?.¦;.; ¦-¦¦¦¦¦ : Briabane. 6th'May. 1861; :. ? "'r,':\ ., £100 REWARD. WE, the undersigned, hereby offer a Reward of One Hundred Pounds to any person who may give auoh information aa will convict any party or parties of having stolen any horses or-cattle' belonging to ns from either of the under- mentioned runs, or elsowhere. ¦¦?¦; A. WE1NHOLT, Maryvale. G. & W. DAVIDSON, Canning Downs. > ¦'¦ MARSHALL & DEUCHAR, Glengallon. '. J. W. BUCKLAND, Rosenthal. CAUTION.?AU goods' rannufactured by us have our name legibly stamped on them, and purchasers aro caution...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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BRISBANE PRICES CURRENT. CORRECTED TO DATE. WINES AND SPIRITS. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 21 May 1861

BRISBANE -PRICES- CURRENT. Corrected"to Date. ¦ . ;;?-.: 'i i",,\,\!.:'. ?' Wises And' ? gnurra;' .01.2/ o 7 0 0 ;0.13 6 '"¦'¦' '"' ' '. ' "-¦'¦'?¦» ^E:s:'d: :"£ fl d.. Brandy','1 Marten's per gal": 0 12 6 to 0 13 ' 6 Do; HenessyVUo; ".'.. 0 12 0 ? 0 13 0 DoVUnited Vineyard'do.: .0 n 0 ? 0 ll 6 Do. best brands, incases, : ... perdosen ...-.;.-I 8- Or J, 1 12 0 Do. inferior do. do. .: ... 0.15 0.-j, 1 fl 0; Ruin', WU, 30 o.p. per gal; 0 4 G ? 0 5 0. Whiskey, good do.',. ...i 0 5.0 ,,0,6,6 Do. in case, pcr'dowiri '.'..' 0 10 "0 ? 0 18 .0 , Geneva, JDKZ, or key, 4 '""¦gal. .case '"...":'...' 0 17 0,,,',"'0 17.'.6 . Old tom, best-brands per ""'"' '' ?dozen... ¦'=..;'-?' ?¦;.." 0 15 0 ? 017 0 Port, good quality "I per cul. ,-:.- d 0 ll 0.:?". 016-0 Sherry, do. do. :.'. .5- 0 10 0 ? 015 0 Do.-per dozen .i-^ -1-16 0 ,,-2 2 0 Champagne, do. ... ?,.110"0 ? 210 'Ol Claret, do. .;. ;.,-.-...¦ S> 1 .5 :0. ,|.UrI3-;.0 Hock, do. ... ...J 110 0 ,,,2 10,0; .',.,"":Y7,' 'Alb and Porter. -, (i-j.-...

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Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
AUSTRALIA. NORTH-EAST AND NORTH COASTS. HYDROGRAPHIC NOTICE. [NO. 7.] Bearings Magnetic. Variation at Raine I., 5° East in 1861. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 21 May 1861

. ¦'>''? ' AUSTRALIA.''' "" ' NORTHEAST. AND.NORTJL COASTS. ?' - '"!' HvDHOop.Ai>ni'c:Notice.. '¦'¦¦ [No. 7.] ' ..-', ". .", Bearings Magnetic. ¦ Variation at Kaine Li !¦¦¦¦¦. 5° East in 18G1Y ¦ ¦ ¦ Tho. following information ¦ on tile'Great Barrier mid outlying reefs on the N.E. coast of Australia, amt tho passage through Torres Straits by Raine Island, is from remarks -by Captain Denham, of II. M. surveying' ship Herald,: from August to November; I860; 1 Tho great barrier reef was traced from tho Herald's former position of -iSfi>9". in Int. 2f»i GO' S. long. 102° 1' 20" E;, to Flinders1 pas- sage in lat. 18° G3' S., long. 148° 13' 0" E. Tho outer margin was found to trend in a W.N.W. direction for ,245 -milc3;',;withmi average depth of 100 fathoms within 3 to C miles! of thc. reefs. ., The position of Flinders reefs were, deter- mined as follows:?Tho south extreme in lat. 17°G3'30" S., long. .148° 27' GO" E.; thc eastern elbow in kt. 17° 3!)' GO" S., long. 148° 34' E. To...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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PARLIAMENTARY KNOWLEDGE OF GEOGRAPHY. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 21 May 1861

PARLIAMENTARY KNOWLEDGE OF; j .... .GEOGRAPHY. . ?,. . I .'/Sin,-~Havirig bboii present in tho Logisln. tiyb'Assembly Chamber yesterday, while Mr. Ferrett'fi?motton/fdrfil.OCO/tb'bc placed ripon tho. Estimates i'brl6C2, tb erect a bridge bvor tlio'CbridariiinO (tlib'Yianib bf oho' of which, places, by thp^yay, ought to bc changed) whs discussed;' I'was"much surprised by the dis- play of ignbrancc'.bri tlippnrt 'of-most bf'the lionorablo/iiicriibdrs who'took'pnrt in that de- bate, of !buiUbciil''g'ebgraphy. Mr. Goro, re- presenting/: a" constituency on tho waters of tho Condaniine, - 'contended that boeauso the river was ;genoi;ally dry near its source, it was*not' likely'to iriipedo trilflic some 2<"0 milos11'from -'thence,.. not-being aware that .'ii- '¦' iii'-' -? .this > -. interval .it received many-tributaries, (somo ¦ of-which-oxceed-.itH own sizo at .Warwick.) Until,so informed by,?Mr.. Wa'ttS,'/thbsb intelligent, limbs, of the,' law, 'Messrs'. Macalister "'(ind...

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CENTRAL POLICE COURT. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 21 May 1861

CENTRAL POLICE COURT. Monday.?Before li. Uribb and W. Pickering,' Esquires. .. ...... Billy, an aboriginal,' was charged with drunkenness arid using; obscene language. .' Having been -in. confirieriient:ovcr since mid-' day-on Saturday, ho was reprimanded and" discharged.?John -Caton, 'charged under S similar circumstances, with drunkenness, was \ also cautioned and discharged.'?Stoplieii?' Powell, for -drunkenness, was fined 5s.; or, iii." default, twenty-four hours', imprisonment.?-''.: Janies Bennett, for drunkenness and using obscene lnnguagc, was fined 10s., or, seven, ; days' imprisonment.?-Hariy' Owens, for, drunkenness and disorderly, "conduct,,. was1; fined 20s.; or, in default, Bevon day's impri- - sonment.?Peter- Camall, charged with steal-: ! ing a cash-box from Mr. Scarilari's promises,'.' also, with having in his possession, for illegal'', purposes, two picklocks and a skeleton' key",' was remanded until to-morrow, (this day).

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THE QUEEN'S PLATE. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 21 May 1861

THE QUEEN'S PLATE! Sir,?So tho Legislature have sanctioned tho 100 guineas asked by Mr. Moffatt' for' a Queen's Plate, to bo run for. nt tho motror! politan races; Ipswich,' but thoy arc greatly mistaken, if .thoy think tho people of Queens- land approve of their. ;thus voting; to please thc patrons of tho turf. And they justify this vote also, on tho pion of utility i' such' asr improving the brood of horses, &c. - ; Now, it does not .improve tho breed1; of horses; nor do tho patrons-of tho race course! caro for any substantial or economical quality in tho--animal.-" It is morely tho horse Who will run the longest space in-tho shortest timo,. with asmall weight, that they aro anxious to possess;' their-whole anxioty is centred in winning plates,-cups, and stakes, and. tho amount; of secrot villainy practised for this purpose appals us when by any means it becomes public. So far, thoreforc, ns nny argument for this oxpondituro is drawn from a supposition that tho brood of ho...

Publication Title: Courier, The
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Local Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 21 May 1861

Jhoval Intelligence. West Moueton Election.?A Gazette Extraordinary was .published yesterday, an- nouncing the issue of the. Speakers,writ, for tho election! pf a riieiriber, for..this electorate, in the room of Dr. Challiuor, whose seat luis been; declared .void by .the Committee of Elections and Qualifications.-. It was at first.stated that the nomination was to take place on Wednesday (t'o'-morrow)',» but tho notico reforred tb!fixes the'day; of nomina tion'on Friday, the: 31st-instant, and the polling day on tho 10th, proximo, the writ being,made returnable on tile loth June. Dr. Challtner has already'issued' his address to the constituency, arid , from it we extract the following:?''As, soon as the Cominiltee of Election's and Qualifications auiiounced that they had come to. a resolution" that I he|d ft» office of profit under the Crown at tho titrio I,was returned, and consequently that the" election was void and tho seat vacaut," I resigned that office without delay, in order...

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