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EXPRESS FROM PARIS. ANOTHER DEFEAT OF THE AUSTRIANS. [Newspaper Article] — The Moreton Bay Courier — 5 August 1848

iJïL V.EÄFis.FROM PARIS. ^iîïOrHfen 'DEFEAT^ OF THE AUSTRIANS. f.ÏÏy ihè Electric Telegraph of the Sbúth ,v< \ '..' S.J^a^er^*i Railway.J ' We have received by electric Telegraph ,from Dover.this morning a despatch, by which we have news from Milan to the .30th., The King of Sardinia occupied Lodi with 8000 men, and was to be followed by the Duke of Savoy «with 2000 men Bnd^lOO ¡puces of artillery. The despatch further States that 10,000 Romansand 7000 Tuscans had arrived at tlie Po. The Lombard and Swiss troops lind defeated ; the Austriansat Bagriola, and had taken 800' prisoners. --At "Verona,, like all the other great cities, the population had risen, and rendered themselves master of the place ever since the 22nd of March. The troops had withdrawn into tlie forts. The viceroy, who bad <taken refuge there after . the f«ventS'of-Milan, was blockaded in his palace by tlie Speople^ who-had heaped around it piles of faggots, threatening to burn him and »¡3 fami...

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BRITISH EXTRACTS. MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — The Moreton Bay Courier — 5 August 1848

* tj '/BRITISH -EXTRACTS. .MARKETS, ïïe*D'ON,'ATRi.L;10.-^-From<tho commencement of business'on7'Monday morhing up to its termina- tion^ ón/ Saturday, afternoon, -the fluctuations in ?prftfesi'was* in-consols from 8l§ to80,in exchequer LHjsfrbm 33 to 34* to 44 premium, 'and ¡a India bonds from 16 to 22s. premium. - * Consols for »the'account-have bern soldat'8If «nfl 80. .'.-'': - * - t ' 'WooL'.'-T-The imports of'Wool into Tandon since * this'dáy -sé'nnight'liave' been somewhat extensive, viz .106 bale'sfrbm Antwerp, 490 from Alexandria, ?SttTJrpm Sydney, 208 from Monte Video, 40 from lïavre, 23' from Hambro', and 120 from various other quarters. Jin the private .contract market there is a slight improvement in the demand for the** best'descriptions''of England and colonial * wools'« at'full prices ; 'but -all . other- kinds are ne ' glected. ' Plymouth Gazette, April 10. ^Tallow»-The. market js firm,,and prices are we))j;supported both on the spot and for ihe autumn. ' ...

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VARIETIES. [Newspaper Article] — The Moreton Bay Courier — 5 August 1848

VARIETIES. . A servant girl, writing a letter, asked .her" master if the next mon tli had ' corrie in yet ; " he laughed, ü Well (said she) w;hat I mean.is, has the last mónth.gorie oiityetP*! -'.'" '.' ' ""?'. '.; A Parisian author has translated. Shakspeare's line, ".Out brief candle," into French thus:-r Get out, you,short candle... TJiat is not so bad as the translation of un exclamation of; Milton's by. a Frenchman, who rendered " Hail, horrors-haUJ'? thus:.--*. How d'ye do horrors-f-Áow d'ye.dó^i 'Bewarb;-Beware of a man who travels'with a pair of duelling pistols. Beware of a'young lady who calls you by your Christian' name the first time she meets you. Beware of a portât 30s. a dozen. Beware of a lodging-house where you are '* treated as one of the family " Beware of every cheap substitute :for;-'silve'r, excepting gold. . Beware of cigars that are bought .of :"á bold smuggler "in the street.- Beware of a wife that talks about her" dear husband " 'and'^iAaf beautiful shawl "...

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THE Moreton Bay Courier. SATURDAY, AUGUST 5, 1848. LATEST NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Moreton Bay Courier — 5 August 1848

THE $81 oxeton Say Courier. li"> ' SATURDAY, AUGUST 5.'1848. LATEST NEWS. The latest intelligence from Sydney is thatw brdught by the' Tamar, to the 26th tilt.'inclusive. The Susan has brought no.mail.,. " , . ,." iDtellig^nce'from England* to the! 13th' 'Apnl/tKree'days later than that reported,; had arrived at-Sydrwiy'TÍa Port' Phillip,,' and altte>ugh"ítTao^iíót confirm the re-* ^port oT the war-haring-brôlcen out, as mentíoneB by Old ^captkin and'passengers j «f the Mahomed'Skah, still the probability ' of it was not discredited by our- Sydney contemporaries. r - . As will be seen from the extracts, which we give in another place, the state of France, and of the c*ritfñ*ent generally, waicextBemelfiunseitledi' " ? - - The Chartists in England .were veiy active, but the piecautions taken by the Government had been sufficient se far to insure the preservation of the public peace. The place of nomination for the electoral district "in which "this is included, lies so remote, ...

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ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. [The Editor wishes it to be distinctly understood, that he does not hold himself responsible for the opinions or statements contained in the correspondence published in this journal.] [Newspaper Article] — The Moreton Bay Courier — 5 August 1848

ORIGINS B-^eORRESPON DÊ-NCÇ. ; -[The Edi|ftir*(tâshes it to be distinctly understood,] ~/íhadhrawriídt hold himself responsible for the' '. opinions^or. statements contained \n the corres u I»ndmce^J»hcdjn^Journal.] ^ ] , ' To the EEter'qf^M^nion $ay Courier. Siaf-rXt:t%.JcW:ûfXthe/polilon Wednesday*.**« was more* disgusted than surprised v to,learn tliatt ÍAr. Archibald Boyd'wai in Va minority, and that» his opponent Colonel Snodgrass had carried the day, a* far at least as the County of gumley is concerned. This unexpected result of the election is in my-opiöion easily to be accounted for. - The fact is, some folk» in Brisbane have now .arrived at a period when every one (anxious to be fully employed) begins to feel the want of some- thing to do. ° Commerce it weHild appear has pro- duced plmty^plenty, projects of att sorts, and sizes; "and "I won't positively assert'that I have "no spéculation hr my "eyes" myself. « The elec» tioneerihg1 contest, however, I confess, has some- wha...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Moreton Bay Courier — 5 August 1848

BIRTH.           At Balmaduthy House Ross-shire Scotland, on the 7th February, the lady of Sir Evan Mackenzie of a son.

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Moreton Bay Courier — 5 August 1848

t i s * STEAM TO SYDNEY. *t» H E TAMAR WILL SAIL ON *? TUESDAY, AUGUST 15. andmon every alternate Tuesday, as formerly. .. O. S. TUCKER. Agent. K,)R.S< N. Company'» Wharf, i - South Brisbane, STEAM TO IPSWICH. ^ rl HE public are informed that, >"?*? until further notice, the steamer EXPERIMENT will make two trip* weekly between Brisbane and Ipswich, ?tarling from each place at 9 o'clock \.st. 8 JOHN BOYLAND. Ipswich, 25th June, 1848. Agent. # NOTICE. ALL 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 2t, 1848. i,,J SALE BY AUCTION. )V* ' MR. T. DOWSE WILL Sell by Public Auction at his Rooms, North Brisbane, -tl-H| f^THlS DAY, < t ." ««t-r* At 12 o'clock, HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, consisting of iÄ Chests of Drawers, Cheffioneer, Book Case, Dining and T"oilet Tables, Wash-stand and 'Toilet Set, Chairs, Cut Decanters, Glass and Crockery Ware. Soga...

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RICHMOND RIVER. [Newspaper Article] — The Moreton Bay Courier — 5 August 1848

          RICHMOND RIVER.   After one of the most rainy seasons in the oldest mnemonic records of this district, the weather cleared about the equinox, as anticipated. Since   that particular period no climate could be more pleasant. Those vermin the caterpillars disap- peared, after a few weeks' grazing, without com-   mitting much damage. Contrary to the received opinion, that the grass will not again grow during the remainder of any season when eaten down with caterpillars, we find the bared ridges putting on a fresh mantle of green, and affording a sweet bite to sheep and cattle. Never was a milder May only two nights' frost during the month. Lambs suffered in consequence of the continued rains and rot, although not to a serious extent, carried away a portion. Hie older flocks never looked better. Melting down stock into tallow, both on the Clarence and Richmond, is more exten...

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DOMESTIC INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Moreton Bay Courier — 5 August 1848

DOMESTIC. INTELLIGENCE. EttCTioxEBai.No Matters.- We haye pur- posely abstained in to-day's issue from all allusion .to the state of electioneering aflfaus contained in j the Sydney journals last received, because as the elections are now terminated, any report of the proceedings of candidates, or their relative chances of i success, would, be, ho tless useless titan absurd. A very few day« will place us in possession of the results in every district. * ' * \ n - . Representation or thk Counties..-It J«,./ stated, and we believe truly, that-it was the-ua-? accountable delay of Mr. Archibald Boyd in coining,. forward that induced certain of the electors to prepare a requisition to Colonel Snodgrass, re- questing that, gentleman to allow himself to be put in nomination-as a candidate. Had Mr. Arphibald Boyd declared, himself a candidate promptly and manfully, as^he ought to have done, the probability is, that he would ,bave experienced no opposition, or. if he had, it would have been ...

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COLONIAL EXTRACTS. THE SYDNEY ELECTION. [Newspaper Article] — The Moreton Bay Courier — 12 August 1848

w r. ,.C Ô L 6 NIA L ' JE X T R A Q T S '.'., | . IL ï . . t ''"'* THE SYDNEY ELECTION. TUE election of membpi s for Sydney took place yesterday, and ended in the leturn of Me&srs. Wentworth and Lowe. Mr. Wentworth, in the early part of the day, took the lead and kept it. Mr, Bland and Mr. Lamb weie nearly equal for the'first three hours, Mr. Lamb being slightly a head, and Mr. Lowe baing considerably behind. About one o'clock Mr. Lowe's votéis commenced plumping, aud that gentleman rapidly gamed on tlie other candidates, Mr. Bland polling very iew, and being passed both by Mr. Lamb and Mr. Lowe. At tlnee o'dock, Mr. Lamb was about half a dozen a head of Mr. Lowe, and polled very few afterwards, while Mi. Lowe had a large num- ber of supporters, who plumped for him and bl ought him in. The following is the gross state of the poll : ur> ' Wentworth.'. 1148 Lowe. 1010 Lamb. 943 r i« ' Bland ..... .-... 862 , * -Herald. , ,! , tifjr r,. i- I » !

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THE PROBABLE EFFECTS OF A EUROPEAN WAR ON COLONIAL INTERESTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Moreton Bay Courier — 12 August 1848

THE PROBABLE EFFECTS OF A EURO- PEAN WAR ON COLONIAL INTERESTS. ALTHOUGH no intelligence that can be entirely depended upon has yet reached the colony that war had actually broken out in Europe, no doubt can remain on the mind of any thinking person that affairs in that quarter of the globe were fast verging towards such" a crisis.' It may not be amiss, therefore, to take a short review of the probable consequences such a calamity would 'entail upon this colony!* \ > it * ' I -*. *" v i [ It is ëv^derit that the influence' whieh a European war, would "exercise upon the destinies of New South)Wales must depend upon .the attitude which Great Britain assumes in the struggle. A war may be stirred up on the continent without any necessity arising for England taking an active part in it ; and if she can assume, consistently with ihe maintenance of the national honour, a dignified,and secure neutrality, such a course would not only "be most conducive to her own interests but favourable ...

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THE CHARTEST GATHERING. (From the Times, April 11.) [Newspaper Article] — The Moreton Bay Courier — 12 August 1848

THE CHARTEST GATHERING. fFrom the Time», April W.J WR are told that 200,000 men were to march through London, and take up their station on this new Runnymede. Every attempt was made to procure that number. The railways all brought their contingents, far and near. The remplest suburbs were ransacked and swept for contribu- tions. The snow-ball was to increase as it rolled from Stepney, from Highgate, or Paddington. The programme contained an endless enumeration of trades. Irish rebellion hoisted its banner ; and forty thousand li ish labourers of the metropolis were invited to muster under Emmett's Name. The fasces of the Republic and the crimson cap of liberty weie displayed to attract their admirers. There was nothing exclusive in the procession, which, by the variety in its ranks, invited ¿he accession of all. What was the result P 'If our readers are not accustomed to estimate numbers standing or in motion, they will hardly believe what we have taken the utmost pains to'áscertain...

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ORIGINAL POETRY. WANTED, A HUSBAND! [Newspaper Article] — The Moreton Bay Courier — 12 August 1848

ORIGINAL POETRY. WANTED, A HUSBAND! Wanted a husband,-there's plenty, 'tis said, All through the district, who wish to.get weil i Dark mon and fair men, and little and tall Some with large stations,and others with small ; But as the sample, to meet my'opinions, Often is scarce in the British dominions, I've hit on a plan to obtain my desire, Advertising minutely the man I require. Please to take notice,-he must not be lean, Nor fat, but an average sample between ; * He must not be crooked, nor cranky, nor bold, Not stupid, nor sheepish, nor stingy, nor old ; Ile must not be noisy, nor sulky, nor snappy, But anxious to make his dear *' better half" happy ; He must not be one of a talkative turn, But willing at all times to listen and learn, And wishful to please me in ali my requiring', To make himself generally useful -desiring ; His voice mustbe sharp, but not squeakingly high ; And any who smoke, do not need to apply. His hair must be dark, with a natural curl, And his teeth strai...

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Moreton Bay Courier — 12 August 1848

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE.                 ARRIVALS. Aug. 6. Will o' the Wisp, cutter, Roach, from Sydney 6th May, and Port Curtis in June las . 8. Ann Mary, schooner, Brown, 'from Sydney., K fi *, , *. > \ ^ « j BBPARTURB». ». *%\y \ ¿\ '¡*A Aug. 9. CoZi<w6ine,schoorifr,'Cook^for Sydney,. Passengers-Mr. Grayling/and two' in the steerage, r, \ , ' * \*-L JQ. ¿wrora.^ketcb, Gray-, for Wide Bay.%> ," , n ; Passengers-Mr. and Mrs. Furber and -; " ". (^i »three children« and five in the steerage. IMPORTS. Ann Mary : '10 bag bran, 11 chests tea, 6 $ chests tea, 2 cases, 2 boxes tin, 2 hhds, 1 ban el, I bdle leather,'1 dray, W. Gray ; I bag sugar, 2 bags flour, 2 bags potatoes,! bag salt, Bcrbidge ; II bags«sugar, 1 chest tea, 2 ¿-chests tea, 4 bags salt, 1¿ keg tobacco, 2 cases hardware, 6 bullock chaius?4 bows, "I bale bags, 1 case, 1 large dray, 5 yokes,' IO'"bows, 1 cas...

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TIDE TABLE. HIGH WATER AT GOVERNMENT WHARF. [Newspaper Article] — The Moreton Bay Courier — 12 August 1848

TIDE TABLE. HIGH WATER AT GOVERNMENT YY'IfARF. MORN. EVEN. Aug. 12-Saturday. 10.23 10.43 13-Sunday . 11.3 11.21 14- -Monday ... /,.??>... 11.38 11.56 1 15-Tuesday ,.'.v..%. .TÍ12.15 12.32 */k 4tf-Wédnesdayi^.f. ,Ví. rÍÚA9 1.7 rf, f 17-Thwwlay :.' .L .. íi 1Í24 1.42 { «.>.< -18-Friday.K*..'. ¿2.24 2.20

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VARIETIES. READING OF THE WILL—A PAGE FROM THE DIARY OF A FORTUNE HUNTER. (From Sharpe's London Magazine.) [Newspaper Article] — The Moreton Bay Courier — 12 August 1848

VARIETIES. READING OF THE WILL-A'PAGE FROM THE DIARY OF, A FORTUNE HUNTER. BY MRS. ABDV. CFrom Sharpe's London Magazine.J' Tins morning I received a note from my affianced bride, Constance Graham, requesting me to attend at two o'clock that day at the house of her late uncle in Harley-street, for the purpose of hearing his will read. I had the greatest pleasure in com- plying With this invitation. I had really begun to fancy that old Mr. Graham was going to re- main perpetually on the ecrth, like Mrs. Norton's " Undying One ;" he was always on the point of death, aud always cured, and better than ever in the course of a few days ; last month the cold water system seemed completely to renovate him, but he suddenly relapsed,departed from the world, and left £50,000 and a will behind him. Though Constance is the prettiest and most amiable girl of my acquaintance, I had determined never to marry her while her uncle lived ; he had frequently pro- claimed her his heiress, but as frequentl...

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SELECT POETRY. TO A DYING INFANT. [Newspaper Article] — The Moreton Bay Courier — 12 August 1848

? l SELEjÇTj/jP O/Ejf ByY. ^U/ Tp^À^lNG INFANT. HJ Sleep little haby/sleep'! > ' * Ui<âA&^ & ' a*'Hôt in thy cradle bed, ; - ' *1 iifeïK^S Not on tby mother's breast1 . ? .;Mt^\-s 1 -"^Henceforth shalLbe thy rest, '* ,; i^t; But with the quiet dead. . * <i?.'J-}-y?>-.të. .1 < ;' /oír.;? . > - ??;?-, r»,,í Fjlee, ljttle(-tender nursling, ?. " . , Fleë to ¿lïy grassy nest ; .Vi > *, " Therp the first flowers shall blow, <. \^J^¡;;aiV ','The first flake of snow ' "' ';ri j'l';' u ' K Siiall fall Upon thy 'breast. ' ; '^'?l! -Thou weepcat, childless mother !-'. Ay, weep-'tw ill ease thine heart ; He was thy first born'son, ' Thy first,-thy only one,- - ' W % »'Tis heard fiom him lo pait.. ,, ; rp n, i '.Tis bardi to layr thy darling <. :u \-:&0&. $]('i/vf Deepjn the damp cold earth ; j ,<tl4\(.$;,;*.; ii. His empty.icrib to see , , .R^nirrn' -'. -IiKsiJent miseiy,l ' , ¡, > y...

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BRITISH EXTRACTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Moreton Bay Courier — 12 August 1848

BRITISH EXTRACTS. EATING AND DRINKING ON BOARD THE TRANS- ATLANTIC SI'E-VMEUS.-The Glasgow Herald furnishes us with some curious partietilars of the eatables and drinkables supplied for the consump- tion of the passengers on board Cunard and Co.'s American steam« s. Each ship on her outward trip is supplied with 50 dozen of port wine, 100 dozen of'sherry, 100 dozen of champagne, 50 dozen of Madeira, 50 dozen hock, 200 dozen of soda water and lemonade, 300 doz£n Scotch ale, aud-200 dozen London porter, besides spirits of all kinds. Theçe are also ample stores of ice, and an abundant supply of water. Each ship is vic- tualled for twenty one days, and carries at least 4000 lbs. of beef, mutton, and pork, fresh and packed in ice. Then there arc 16 dozen of fowls, four dozen of geese, four dozen of ducks, four dozen of turkeys, six dozen of pigeons, and one dozen of "roasting pigs, besides an ample store of tongues, calves' heads, &c. Milk is furnished by the cow, thoughVaeh ship...

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PORT PHILLIP NON-ELECTION. [Newspaper Article] — The Moreton Bay Courier — 12 August 1848

, ii;):. «,. ¡ît >í.' li . >4. -u i ,i *¿i . r I .)?!'?;. '¿J¿ FORT- PHILLIP'NON-ELECTION. J W^r now approach a somewhat puzzling piece of ground in > the electoral field-POKT PHILLIP. The,electors have refused to nominate any mem- ber for the county ! and the consequence will be that' tlie Council will not be able to meet, if the contumacious Port Phillippians still persist in re- fusing to return Representatives to the Legisla- ture upon the issue of fresh writs by the Governor -a step already taken. Ás we perceive that our worthy contemporary, the Daily Advertiser, has put forth a " positive opinion," " that although the Port Phillip seats remain vacant, the other portion of the Legislative Council will proceed as if that had arisen from any ordinary occasion ;"-we think it necessary to state, that this opinion is not borne out by the law as it stands. On the contrai y, the Act of Coun- cil,'(6 Victoria, No. 16) which, under the autho- rity of the Imperial Constitutional...

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THE Moreton Bay Courier. SATURDAY, AUGUST 12, 1848. LATEST NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Moreton Bay Courier — 12 August 1848

THE jM or et on 33aj> Courier. SATURDAY, AUGUST 12, 1848. ; 'LATEST NEWS: THE news received during the week" is extremely meagre. The latest papers brought'by the Ann Mary are flated the 29th ultimo, although she did not leave untii'the 1st instant. * The-elections, so far as they had pro- ceeded, had passed off quietly. In Sydney« where some apprehensions of rioting were enteitained, nothing of the kind occurred, but, on the contrary, the whole proceed- ings were conducted with commendable decorum. It is satisfactory to contrast the orderly conduct pursued hy the people during the last election for Sydney with the disgraceful scenes enacted during the first, as it shows the progress of sound opinions in the popular mind, and that the people are qualified to enjoy all the political lights which, as British subjects, they are entitled to. Beyond long reports of the nomination of candidates anjd preparations for the elections, the last of which terminated on the 2nd instant, the (p...

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