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AUSTRALIAN AND EASTERN S.N. COMPANY. (From the Home News.) [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 21 June 1864

AUSTRALIAN AND EASTERN S. X. 1 COMPANY. " f (From the Home News.) Tur following íeply lins bein ûddicsscd by Iho Aiislililian and Eastern Nutijulion Com puny lo tho Committee of tho Stoik Lx chango " North Tohn stieit, Lu ei pool, Ararih 21 "Su,-lin diuetoiB of this tompnny instiitil me to nply to Hie jtsolution of your comm tin datid tin 22nd of Mm iii, und to uiiswii seriatim tho nirious i casons ussigned therein for nfusing a stlthng day lo it 1 They deny that Ihi allotment wns objcitiontiblo, oi lontian to the usual system 2 No slums Mero nstriul for Australia, if y ou mian that an> somnaimd tho pioputy of the company Lvciy shan was allotted, and tho allottees mo hablo theieon But tho dircctois ask on what giounds the sptculntors of tho Stock Exchange based calculations on a full «sut, when y oui rnlts only demanded Iho distiibiitiou of two thuda of the slimcs, and our dctd of usso( lation (open to inspection of tho public) penmttid a retention of pint, if deemed desna bli 3 ...

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DIARY. MEMORA[?] TILL NEXT PUBLICATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 21 June 1864

MRMfllUYm TILL HEIT .lum-, I8I1I _Jj!=L ii. 1 li 5U li 1 lli.li Wat bell I .Mi ni (.rilli II ir After Il | Tiim,I f, 0 J lil ii 11 1 Mois - -islQn-irtcr, I line 27, ali . 27 n" am.

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SYDNEY SHIPPING. [BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.] ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 21 June 1864

SYDNEY SHIPPING. [BY 1.-LI0TBI0 TKLKGHAl'ir.] AUUIVAI.3. .juno lo.-Utago, s.S., from Nelson. Juno 19.-H.M.S.S. Curacoa, from Auckland j Aloxandrn, s.S., and Barwon, s.s., from Mel- bourne j Grafton, s., from tho Macleay River. DCPAKTl'IIES. Juno l8.-Charlotte Andrews, and Constance, for Auckland j Susannah Booth, for Otago; Clutha, schooner, and Rangatira, s.s, for Alel bourne ; Sea Shell, far Shanghai ¡ Spray, for Miiuakuu ¡ Lochiel, ship, for London ; Gn/ollo, ' brig, for Port do France. '. v Juno 19.-Louise and Miriam, for Auckland ; Criiigiovar, for Melbourne

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SHIP MAILS. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 21 June 1864

SHIP MAILS. The moils per the Queensland for Maryborough, Gladstone, Koekhoinplon, and Port Denison, will be mude tip and closed at (he Genera! Post- ónico on Tuesday (this day), as under: For registered letters at 5 p.m., and for oilier loiters and newspapers at 7 p.m. The mails per the Clarence, for Rockhampton md Port Denison, will be made up and closed nt the General Post-offico this day (Tuesday), ns under : For registered letters at 5 p.m. ; and for ordinary letters and newspapers at 8 p.m.

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VICTORIA. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 21 June 1864

VICTOliíA. SiNGULin CisE or Suicidp-Au oeeutrowo of a ti agio and painful notuio was bioughtto light )estcrdnj moiiung As Alexander Munn, tlic night wiitilnnan nt tho Melbourne terminus of the Melbourno nnd nobson's Buy Kndwny Company, w as passing dow ii tho line bctw con six mid seven o clock, he observed tho bodj of a man 15111g on tho rails, at tho south west end of tho Yana budge Ho niinicdiotcly gave the alum, and coustablo Delaney pi acceded to the spot, when ho found the bod) of a man ljuig qmto dend, with tho fuco 111 11 pool of blood 1 ho right side of tho bend fi oin tho skull ov ei the ear, wns almost onlired sevciid, and tho bruns were hing seul tel ed about 'Iho bach was identified by Mr Burton, of the Mercantile Hotel, as that of Cnptam Scott, formel h of the Gem On being convov ed to tho morgue nnd starched, theio was found on the bod), besides n mull book and. sev eral popers, a letter, of which Hie following is a copv, nnd which ox plans Ins motive for committing t...

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THE COLLECTION OF MUNICIPAL RATES. (From the S. M. Herald, June 17.) [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 21 June 1864

THE COLLECTION OF MUNICIPAL JUTES. (From tho S. M. Herald, June 17.) A JDDOMKNT of great importance was pro- nounced in the Supremo Court yesterday. The greatest dilllculty in working Municipal Councils, created under the Act of 1S58, has been that of getting in the rates. It has been assumed, almost from tho first, thal this could only bo dono by distress warrants. Now, the Act in question, while it gives a clear power to issue these warrants, makes no provision for payment of costs by the defaulter. And, as if this cause of embarrassment was not enough, the remedy by distress has been xvholly power- less against non-resident landholders who neglected or refused to pny. Tho Municipal Council of AVollongong has tried tho short mode of suing its ratepayers for their arrears before the Justices in Petty Ses- sions-sitting under tho 10th ATictoria No. IO, ma." Small Debts Court." ' One of tho persons thus sued (named Backhouse) has applied to the Supreme Court to set aside, by writ of ...

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CITIZENS' FIRE COMMITTEE. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 21 June 1864

CITIZENS' Film C0M31CTTEE. i. Jtri-ma of the Ciü/eiis Ino Committee m is hil I > istord i} at noon ni tho Atuiiiup ii Council Chnmbci Iho lunnbcis pusint uno tin May01 (Cliauniiin) and Missis Webb It S \Aain Jiooth Pittigii« 1 iufn\, Pulmci, lou es1 Pugh midnight the íninutis ol Hu piouous milling woio lead and 1011(11 mid lili Si em 1 na ?.latid that n upoil of what hld talen pi ico al the iiitciuiw winch tool pinto bitwecn the Smitai} loi 1 linds mid Woils and tho «lib commilleo appointed lo wait upon him had app aiidm Iho netispapcig AL PiiTiruiw said thal Mi Blady tho cnguuir lo the watei commission had oxpiessid lui opinion tint no ob|cition would be inn li by tho loninussion lo the Coi polution tiding tho pipis in 01 lir to (any out the plan su¿3u>Ud bl linn ( Milu mail lVttigi in) ihi pipes hut bun scut loi and Iho 011K thing nccissni> was to obtun a uiitlon piimibsion ii oin tho dum man ol the comnu« ion On Iho motion of Mi Hooth seiondid bi Mi A\ j nu Iho S cullin ...

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NEW ZEALAND. (From the Correspondent of the S. M. Herald.) Auckland, June 4. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 21 June 1864

NEW ZEALAND. (ft- *» despondent otO^j^) Tub nows of the last week ha3 been very trilliua indeed, the weather having been such hat no great amount of work could be attempted in the field. Tho posts along tho Waikato aro therefore quiet, and oven the Forrest Rangers cm (o be laid up in ordinary within muddy redoubts, instead of scouring the country fur mid wide. This, however, is n sort of thing Umt cannot last very long, although the \ suerai scorns far from anxious for another i imiter campaign after his experience of tho lost j 01 fho most nnxious and puzzling thing, how- ever is "io delay which is evidently designedly nnulc in the settlement of the Waikato settlers upon their lands. There aro some 5000 men who aro absolutely doing nothing but gar rwmin" posts which in very many eases ure jii'itlicruseful nor ornamental, when the lands for then' location, or at leust a pnrt of them (sar 3000) is all ready, and awaits their settle Thcro is clearly some hitch, mid of course many fanc...

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COMMERCIAL. COURIER OFFICE, Monday evening. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 21 June 1864

l'y COM M Ii IICI AL. Courier Office, Monday ovcniii". jt The following items ure from our liles of tho t[ ti. 31. Herald to hand per tho Telegraph : « The usual weekly sales of wool and sheep ;i' »kins were held to-day, nt Ljons-lmildiugs. j '. Tim wool market u-ns finn, mid most of the lots ofl'crod were sold nt full rates. The news from .; England with regard to the London wool ,.. market Is considered satisfactory, and as it is believed that during the May suies priées will i be maintained, buyers were "moro willing to ¡J opcnito. The competition generally was brisk, {.. and only those lots upon which high reserves '.} woro placed were passed. Mr. Brewster roports having sold (ho Planet |- Downs station, in the Leichhardt District, f Queensland, together with 22,0T0 sheep, at 20s. i JH!)' hoad ; 1000 head of cuttle, moro or less, '{ unmuttered, for £1000 ; willi stores, drays, ti working bullocks, taken* for the lump sum of ! ¿'1000 :-total amount of salo, £21,000. I Messrs. Fat...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 21 June 1864

Auction Sales. TO-MORROW. T TO CATTLE DEALERS, DAIRYMEN, BUTCHERS, AND OTHERS. . IMPORTANT NOTICE. B. ROGERS, Stauloy-street, South Bris _m_ ? bano. Tho sale of cuttle and horses ad- journed on Friday last, will tako place near tho 'Ferry, South Brisbane, on WEDNESDAY, Juno 22, at 2 o'clock prompt, The Cattle are of a very superior description. With the horses will be sold a very fine Draught Horse, Dray and Harness. DON'T FORGET WEDNESDAY. N.B.-A General Sale on THURSDAY. 5S91 SATURDAY, JULY 2. 16 ELIGIBLE BUSINESS AND BUILDING SITES, fronting Bowen Terraco and Bruns- wick-street, FORTITUDE VALLEY, Near to Sk) ring's Butchering Establishment. ARTHUR MARTIN has received instruc- tions from the proprietor to sell at the City Auction Mart, ou SATURDAY, July 2, nt 12 o'clock, Those really Valuable Properties situated between the residence of Mr. Millar (bookseller), mid the paddock of D. T. Mackenzie, with extensive frontages to BRUNSWICK-STREET AND BOWEN TERRACE, Only a minute's walk ...

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LONDON WOOL REPORT—APRIL 23,1864. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 21 June 1864

' LONDON WOOL REPORT-ArniL 23,1SG1. < . Sinco our last report there has been consider- able demand for Port Phillip, and several largo parcels havo been sold by importers of recent arrivals at prices fully equal to those current iu March. The non-arrival of many of tho Melbourne ships in timo for the last scries, in parts ac- counts for this demand, stocks then not being sufficient for actual requirements. There lins likewise been a good trade, and the Bradford and continental spinners have been well em- ployed. There is n general conviction that prices will be fully maintained for all descriptions at the ensuing sales nunouivod to commence on the 5th May, but it can scarcely be expected that Port Phillip will maintain the high rates recently current when so lario a quantity of short descriptions will be oll'crcd, tho arrivals thence already exceeding -10,001) bales. It must be borne in mind thal tho Money Market is more stringent, and should the present rate be maintaine...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 21 June 1864

BIRTH. HOWARD.-On the 18th instant, at her residence   in Wickham-street, the wife of Mr. W. J. Howard, Tin Plate Works, of a son (still- born).

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 21 June 1864

SEED POTATOES. APRIME SAMPLE of CIRCULAR HEAD POTATOES for SALE at Ti t. L'NMACIC'SProdiicoStore, Qucen-strect. 5108 NOTICE TO STOCK OWNERS, SQUAT- TERS, &e. TT10II SALE, to Arrivo per AVillinm Duthie, A THOROUGHBRED SHORT-HOENED COW WITH CALF AT SIDID. Pedigrco as follows : A Florence Cow, roan, in Herd Book, yoi. XTIf., pago 403 ¡ bred by his Qraccthe Duke of Buccleuch ¡ dam, Roso by Sir William, 8593; g. d., Lucy Noil by Hogcr, 13G15: gr. g. d., Snowdrop 2nd by Studley, Ü2S ; g. g. g. d., Snowdrop by Young Rockingham, 2517 ; S- if- 6- B- '!.> '>}' Wonder, 2853; g. g. g. g. g. d., Dowton, 198 ; g. g. g. g. g. g. d., Udroue, 353 ; g. g. g. g. g. g. g. d., Henry, 301. Hold Huccleiigh, bull, roan, calved lGth January, 1SGI, bred by George Mooro, of Kinuldio ; dam, Florence by Dumfries. Todigreo of Dumfries, Siro of Bold Buccleuch Dumfries, 177GO, rich roan, calved 27th .Mareil, got by Frederick, 11-1S9 ; dam, Duchess Nancy by 2nd Duke of Oxford, 901G; g. d., Nettle by 2...

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MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 21 June 1864

MUNICIPAL COUXCIfj. Tin: usual fortnightly meeting of Hie Munici- pal Council was held yesterday aflernooii. Tho following members were present : Tho Mayor and Aldernicii Edniondstone, Petrie, Stephens, Pettigrew, and llockings. jii.nutks. ? The minutes of the prenons meeting wero read and confirmed. comiKsroxDEScr:. . -The letter read at last meeting from (ho So crotaryoflhe Gas Company, with reference to lamp-posts for the town, was considered, mid the 1 own clerk was instructed to answer ii to the cll'ecl that the council were not at prcsont pro pared to enter into lha arrangement. » A letter was read from the .Surveyor General's oüice, containing the tracing of a new street, cv tending from Boma-street to tho northern boundary of Hie city, being an alteration from the original plan of the street. On the motion of Alderman Stephkxs, seconded by Alderman lÜDJioxnSTOXU, tho Town Clerk was ordered to irrito to tho Surveyor-General, informing him thal the proposed alteration wits ycr...

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TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. (FROM OUR TELEGRAPHIC CORRESPONDENTS.) SYDNEY. June 20. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 21 June 1864

TKLLGIIAPHIC NKWÖ. (l-BOir OUR TELEQllArillC COHKESl'OXMiSTS.) SYDNEY." June 20. It is staled Hint the Government .intend to appoint Mr. 1 fixson ns Harbor Master. The Cudiangalong copper has realised .C93 5s. per ton. The Hour market is dull, and prices remain unsettled. ADELAIDE. The markets are quiet. At the Central I'olicc-courl yisiuiM.u, Hum were no cases of importance, but nn extra- ordinarily largo number of drunkards were brought up, allot whom were disposed of sum- marily. The usual forthinglly meeting of tho Muni- cipal Council was held yesterday afternoon. The business was not very lengthy or impor- tant.' Some correspondence was read, and the reports of the Finance Committee for tho past fortnight were adopted. It wns al-o resolved that the request of tho Hospital Commiltce that the council should consent, to the alienation of a portion of the reserve in tho. vicinity of the Green Hills for the purpose of forming a site for the proposed new hospital should bo re- fused....

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 21 June 1864

at 10 a.m. 5887 FOR IPSWICH. THE Steamer SETTLER, from Raff's Wharf, on WEDNES- DAY (To-Morrow), the 22nd instant, P. W. JACKSON, Master. STEAMER NOWRA. THE above Steamer, which possesses   superior accommodation, will be     available for pic-nic or pleasure par- ties ; or, can be engaged for towing vessels at   all times when due notice is given. J. & G. HARRIS,   5091 Agents. QUEENSLAND STEAM NAVIGATION COMPANY.   THE MAIL STEAMER QUEENS- LAND, will leave for MARY- BOROUGH, GLADSTONE, and ROCK- HAMPTON, This Day, TUESDAY, June 21, at 8 p.m. JOHN STEPHENS, Secretary. AUSTRALASIAN STEAM NAVI-     GATION COMPANY.   STEAM TO SYDNEY.-The TELEGRAPH, WEDNESDAY, June 22, at 9 a.m.   For ROCKHAMPTON DIRECT. - The CLARENCE, TUESDAY, June 21, at 9 p.m. -No advance in rates. TO IPSWICH-   The BRISBANE, This Day, TUESDAY, June 21,at 9.am. &...

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INQUEST. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 21 June 1864

INQUEST. On Friday evening an inquest was held at Osbourne's Hotel, Fortitude Valley, by Mr J. J. Wilson, the Coroner, on the body of Charles Osbourne, who died on the same day at Dough- boy Creek. The following evidence was taken, but owing to the arrival of the mail from Eng- land, and the consequent pressure on our columns, we have been unable to publish it earlier :- Charles Clifford, of Doughboy Creek, deposed that on Tuesday last, the 14th instant, he ac-   companied the deceased from his house in Forti- tude Valley to Doughboy Creek. The deceased was sober, but had the shakes upon him like a man who had been drinking. They arrived at Perry's tent on the same evening. On Wednes- day it rained, and the deceased remained in the tent, and read a book. When the rain ceased he got up and walked about outside the tent for the purpose of exercise. Witness and his mate advised him to do so, as he was trembling very much, and as they thought walking was better for him than...

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SHIPPING. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 21 June 1864

SHIPPING. IPSWICH STEAMER.-The Brisbane will start from the A. S. N. Co.'s wharf at 9 o'clock this morning. The Queensland will leave for Maryborough, Gladstone, and Rockhampton at 8 o'clock to- night. The Clarence, for Rockhampton direct, will leave at 9 o'clock to-night. A schooner arrived in the bay yesterday, but we were unable to leam her name. The Black Ball ship Light of the Age, from Brisbane to Galle, arrived at the latter port on the 5th May. The schooner Abbey, from Brisbane, arrived at Newcastle on the 14th June. From a private letter we learn that the Lady Bowen, Q. S. N. Company's steamer, arrived at St. Vincent's on the 17th March last, and, having taken in a supply of coal, sailed for Brisbano via the Cape of Good Hope on the 22nd of the same month. Yesterday the Brisbane brought down 158 hides, and 5 casks tallow, from Ipswich. The Government immigrants, per the Warren Hastings, from London, were landed at the South Brisbane depot at six o'clock yesterday evening by...

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IPSWICH GRAMMAR SCHOOL. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 22 June 1864

IPSinCII GRAMMAR SCHOOL. I np following is Ihcioaiilt of the half y call v examination ol Iho scholais attending the Ipswich Gi mumu School - tv lol vi- Cubb 1 Leny Ci an, Thorn 1 \v,iiL,ht Bittlon 1 III roinr - B t Jdioiise AV,clsbx, Ranken 1 Cook Contoi 1 anton 2 Cluibb 1 1 leteltcr 1 Modem 1) vision-Bl own on I Dunne 1 equal II lomr-loi bis ] and Dunno 2 cqtiol Tohuston Rapei 0o= Livingstone Hoi Ion I, 1 oí bes 2, llildici 2 I lonvi - Maeahstci 2 Diane Paikci Míe ah Ici 1 Doisev lloiiou 2 Clune, Campbell loncs Robinson Chubb 2 lhoiu 2 Picpnia ton Toi m-Hain in loibes J Cm dew, loibes 1 Banken 2 Toole 2 Punton 3, 0odvie, Cnbb 2 lootol, Cnbb ¿ L\vmi> iTios Muiks CLlSalCS IV lonvt-Bciry Cnbb Cran WtiDht Thom 1 (nbsenl) Panton 1 (ob cut) III 1 omi-Uicldiousc llclcb.il 1 'Welsby Connoi Cook Ranken 1 1 into i 2 Chubb 1 IT loiivi-lotbisl Joluistonu I upet 0Dg I orbes 1 Holton 1 I ii ti0stono Damn . llelehti 2 I lonvt-Micihslei 1 Pin kel Di mc Do o\ Holton 2 Ton s Bobin on Cluibb 2 Ct...

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ABSTRACT OF SALES BY AUCTION THIS DAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 22 June 1864

ABSTRACT OF SALES BÏ" AUCTION .THIS DAÏ*. MR. R. CRAWFORD, at 11 o'clock, at the Royal Horse Baraar: Horses, Dravs, io. MESSRS. MARTIN t: DICKSON, at 11 o'clock, at the City Auction Mart : Furniture. MR. R. DAVIDSON, at 11 o'clock, at his Rooms: Millinery, Drapery, Haberdashery. Fancy Goods, and Sundries.

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