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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Moreton Bay Courier — 19 August 1848

STEAM TO SYDNEY. THE TAMAR WILL SAIL ON   TUESDAY, AUGUST 29, and on every alternate Tuesday, as formerly. G. S. TUCKER, Agent. H. R. S. N. Company's Wharf, South Brisbane, STEAM TO IPSWICH. THE public are informed that,   until further notice, the   steamer   EXPERIMENT     will make two trips weekly between Brisbane and Ipswich,     Starting from each place at 9 o'clock A.M. JOHN BOYLAND, Ipswich, 25th June, 1848. Agent. FOR WIDE BAY. THE REGULAR TRADER   AURORA, will continue to run to and from the above port with the greatest possible dispatch. Fares and freights as usual. All goods intended for shipment will be stored free of expense. Apply to GEO. WATSON, Agent, Kangaroo Point. Parties shipping by the above vessel are requested to appoint an Agent, either at Wide Bay or in Brisbane, to whom application can be made for   payment of freight. UNRESERVE...

Publication Title: Moreton Bay Courier, The
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THE Moreton Bay Courier. SATURDAY, AUGUST 19, 1848. SUMMARY. [Newspaper Article] — The Moreton Bay Courier — 19 August 1848

THE ill o v c t o n 33 a i» C o ti r t c r. SATURDAY, AUGUST 19, IS l8. SUMMARY. THE Tamar left Sydney on the 11th inst., and brings papers from thence to that date. The barque Fairlie, from Plymouth, with 296 immigrants, arrived at Sydney on.the 7th, bringing intelligence from England to the 29th April. The report of war between England and the northern powers, circulated by the captain of the Mahomed Shah, has turned out unfounded, and there are strong reasons for believing it to have been a pure invention,iput into circulation from the mere love of mischief. War, however, had broken out between Prussia and Denmark, and a battle had been fought, the particulars of which will be found in another place. The state of Europe continued as disturbed as ever, but excepting between the above kingdons, and Milan and Austria, the disturbances had not resulted in a state of absolute, warfare. The advautage of the struggle so far appeared to be on the side of the Danes. The other Italian stat...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Moreton Bay Courier — 19 August 1848

FREIGHT OF WOOL. ,. ""THE Freight of WWOL from Moreton Bay to * Sydney, per Hunter River Steam Navigation Company's Steamers, from aud after the 1st October "next, will be as follows :- ' "?> Bale not exceeding ' , lár" ft. in. ft. in. ft. in. under hatches, on deck 4 6.. 2 3.. 2 3 from seam to seam 11s. üd. 10s. Od. 4 9..23..2 3 ditto 1 ls.9d. 10s.9d. 5 0..23..23 ditto 12s.Gd. 1 ls.6d. and so on in proportion. No Wool will be slowed upon deck, except by the consent of the shipper. No Wool will be received where objections are made to its being pressed. GEORGE SALT TUCKER, H. R S. N. Co.'s Wharf, Agent. South Brisbane, 18th Aug., 18,18. . NEW -BOOKS ! NEW BOOKS ! ! jl/IRS. DOWSE has received per Tamar, an iX other lot of BOOKS, as an addition to her CIRCULATING LIBRARY.' Catalogues in course of prepaiatiun. Shebas also made arrangements to receive next steamer the under-mentioned Magazines : Blackwoods's < << ? Frazer's . > , .Colbourn's, Unite...

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IMMIGRANTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Moreton Bay Courier — 26 August 1848

IMMIGRANTS. VWE find that consideiable disappointment . prevails that none of the immigrants that have reached ' Sydney by the 'Ja'st 'vessels have been forwarded to this district. The former arrivals, so far from having satisfied the demand, do not seem materially to have lessened it ; and it is the more to be re- gretted that a reasonable proportion of these immigrants have not been sent down because many employers of labour had taken it for granted that .the supply would be successive, and that Ave should have our fair share of the number of immigrants arriving in Sydney-an expectation reasonable enough, since we contribute proportionally to the expense of bringing them out. The reason why none of the lately arrived immigrants ha\e been sent down to this district is stated to have arisen not from any disinclination on the part oftthe Immigration Board in Sydney to forward them, but from a miappiehen sion of the amount of the local demand for their services, and the description of...

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SYDNEY MARKETS.—FRIDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Moreton Bay Courier — 26 August 1848

. SYDNEY MARKETS -FEIDAT. t)í Wheat.-'Uns market shows an upward ten- dí ncyiptrticulaily in colonial grain ; the quininy, hovvevei, of this elesiriptioh that has reulud Sidney his lieeu extrem«ly limitul, and 5s. 7d. per1 bushel his bun g mu for a by no means hrst rate simple, it bung touched by the fly., 'Hie ^principal transactions, and those not extensive "ones, have been in imported. Van Diemen's Land is quoted at 3s. 9d , and some from Port 'Fairy at 3*. 8d per bushel. ,., Flour is very firm at the mills, at-fine, per 100 lbs. 14s. cash ; seconds, per 100 lbs. 12s. cash ; ration, per 100 lbs 10s. cash. Bi an has been m gi eat demand during the weik, and puces lia\e advanced to Is. 3d whole- sale, and Is 4<1. retail, per bushel. . Grain.-There has been a scarcity of maize throughout the ««k. All that hasarrivid has thtreiore mit with a ready sale, and at an ad- vanced rate. Thcie h is been no old brought to rmrket, and for new the prue has varied from Is. 5£il. to Is...

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LAND WITHIN THE SETTLED DISTRICTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Moreton Bay Courier — 26 August 1848

LAND WITHIN THE SETTLED DISTRICTS. Tun attention of' the more* reflecting portion of the colonists has, from the circumstances to which the colony is fast tending, been-moie paiticularly of late attracted to what are likely to be the vi- cious effects of the Crown Land Acts of 1842 and 184G,and the last published regulations for occupying lands within the settled districts founded upon them. The emigration now in progress,' and the still more extensive one which will in all probability immediately follow it, will create a great additional demand for the necessaries of life. If, theiefore, the agri- cultural resources of the colony are at present, on an average of seasons, insuffi- cient for the support of its population, what is it likely to be after the com- mencement of next year, when the new regulations-by which the lands lying within the settled distiictsare to be leased, and by which the cultivation of the soil is virtually prohibited-come into ope- ration ? & The obje...

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COLONIAL EXTRACTS. THE RUMOUR RESPECTING DR. LEICHHARDT. To the Editor of the Maitland Mercury. [Newspaper Article] — The Moreton Bay Courier — 26 August 1848

COLONIAL EXTJIACTS. THE RUMOUR RESPECTING "Dil. LEICH , HA11DT. ' . ' , To the Editor 0/ the Maitland Mercury. SiK,-In your paper of the 5th instant, I perceive a paragraph headed," liepoi ted news relative to Dr.' Leichhardt." 'Staled to have-been obtained from a Mr. M., whose station is on the Bundarra River. - - - - * -*?< Thinking it more than probable tint J am the individual referred to, I beg to intimate that the latest intelligence 1 ha've heard of Dr. Leichhardt is contained in his own letter of the 4th April last, (published in the Sydney Morning Herald), from one of my sheep stations at Mount Abund- ance, Fitz Roy Downs, which letter was brought here en route to Sydney by my messenger. From him I learned that Dr. L. and party had left Mount Abundance a day or two after the date of his letter, and were moving to the westward in the direction of Swm River. The " splendid country" reported to have been dis ove'red .by him, 1 apprehended to be neither more nor less...

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DOMESTIC INTELLIGENCE. WARWICK. (From our Correspondent.) BREACHES OF THE MASTER AND SERVANTS' [Newspaper Article] — The Moreton Bay Courier — 26 August 1848

D 9,M È'S Vi C INTELLIGENCE. WARWICK. (From our Correspondent.J BHISVCHES OF THE'MASTBR AND SERVANTS* ACT.-Mr. Hay, superintendent to Messrs. NV. and ti. Leslie, appeared to answer an information of the Chief Constable, charging him with having employed a man as a weekly servant, without first ascertaining that he had a discharge from'his former employer. The man in question was brought forward, and stated that the defendant never asked to see his discharge, and that he never gave it to him. Mr. Hay denied the charge1, and averred that he had seen the man's discharge pre- vious to the time of his having hired him. The Bench fined the defendant in the sum uf five pounds and costs. A man named Thomas Harns, was then brought up on warrant, to answer a charge^preferied against him by the superintendent of Messrs, W. and G. Leslie, for refusing to work, he .being at the time a weekly 'servant in the employment of these gentlemen. The case being fully proved against Harris, he was sentenc...

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Moreton Bay Courier — 26 August 1848

CHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVALS. Aug. 22. Viwen, schooner, Curry, from Sydney. - Passengers-Seven in the steerage. 23. C/icjwp&n. schooner, Collas, from Syd- ney. Passengers - Mrf-Sindeman, fifteen Coolies, and.three women. VspfHTtraBS.. x -3-.^- v , Aog. 19. William! schooner, S^erle, for 5ydney/ Passengers'Mr. Cameron!, ¿and one in the steerage!'/ ». ' > % ^IMPOilTS. Champion : 23 casks bottled beer, 13 btgs sugar, li bags salt, 2 cases port wine, 2 ditto sherry, 2 cases Old Tom, 1 case, 4 cases chun pagne, I cask sugar, 2 pkges, 2 chests tea, 2 ¿~ casks wine, 2 c.ises pickles, 2 cases sundries, ii mats sugar, 2 cases fruit, 2 cases sauces, 1 chest t,VJ sundries. 1 truss, 24 cart boxes, 2 furnace ¡rons i^and,.backs. 5 bartow wheels, LJihd rum, Horton ; 6 chairs, 2 tables, 4 bags, 1 keg hen ings, 1 hlid sundries, 2 beds, 1 bag, 1 case, 3 parcels, 1 chest drawers; I sideboard, 1 3-doz. cask, 2 bailéis, I fryingpan and_giidiron, 2 tables, 3 cases, 1 gin «ase^k'egrSmith 5- ...

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TIDE TABLE. HIGH WATER AT GOVERNMENT WHARF. [Newspaper Article] — The Moreton Bay Courier — 26 August 1848

TIDE TABLE. HIGH WATER AT GOVERNMENT WHARF. .>ug. 25-Saturday. MORN. .«.. 9.1 . 9.51 .... 10.33 , 11.12 ' , , 11.30 , 12.0 .... 12.41

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VARIETIES. A DREAM OF THE FUTURE. (From Punch.) [Newspaper Article] — The Moreton Bay Courier — 26 August 1848

VARIETIES. A DREAM OF THE FUTURE. {From Punch. J YESTERDAY Mr. Panch had a dream, which was not all a dream. Mr. Punch was reading the Morning Herald at the club, and he fell asleep thereover, and he dreamed that a great revolution had been accomplished, and an ancient monarchy topsyturvyfied, and that the Morning Herald was the'Government paper,and contained as follows : This day the Citizen President of the Republic, and Minister of Foreign Affairs, took possession of the palace of the nation. His Excellency's Ministry is composed as follows : Minister of Foreign Affairs, President of the Council, and Poet Laureate.Citizen Monckton Milnes. Minister of the Interior... Citizen Benj. Disraeli. High Chancellor ......... Citizen Samuel War " - ». wo», witn " 1'en ¡ < Thousand a Year" for salary. , , Chancellor of,the Eiche?"Citizen Feargus quer.»'..'/.'.!!,..'.:....: "O'Coníídr. ^ '* , Minister of Education,-.. /'Citizen; 'Harrison ... » .. i .".-.r-, . » -Ainsworth.«i W Min...

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BRITISH EXTRACTS. LATEST FOREIGN NEWS. (From Bell's Weekly Messenger, April 15.) FRANCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Moreton Bay Courier — 26 August 1848

si iVBJi'iyr is ir E xtR'Aïc T ». - /:.> : rmñ -^LATEST*FOREIGN NEWS. "I y ''üfFrótñÉeÍPs'Weekly Messenger, April 15. j] ,FRANCE. ¿^«:THE ' news front the departments," says La * Presse,-" is deplorable-erneute at Havfe ; erneute . atTroyes ; disorders at Beziers in the Landers, &c. ; agitation everywhere. The more warmly . the Departments accept the Republic, the more stiffly do they rise against dictation." .(. I There would seem to be growing up much dis- sension in the philosophical clubs of Paris. We -find a new Socialist Club-an oil-set from the parent tree-which styles itself "Republican -Socialists," and which work3 with ' energy to procure the return of as many of its body as possible to the National Assembly. It would appear, however, that there exists some doubt about the practicability of finding among the working classes a sufficient number of eligible candidates for'seats in that assembly. The lists of candidates recommended by the government to the people, ...

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To the Editor of the Moreton Bay Courier. [Newspaper Article] — The Moreton Bay Courier — 26 August 1848

To the Editar of ihe Moreton Bay Courier. ,Sin,-I neïer ftould have believed, sir-no, never ! that you had 'been one lu poke fun at old age and infirmity I must say it grieved me to my very back-bone to hear from a tender-hearted bullock driver List week, that in your last number but one you published an account of my death and inquest. If the vulgar being who sent you that account liad possessed a single spark^f the genteel feeling with which I was .' educated," he would not have polluted the columns f of your once-a-weekly with 'such a false account. Let me tell you, on the word of an aged gentlewoman, that I'am still living, ami, so far from having descended into the líí'iny, làm still-holding 'up my head, as well as tail, in the " auld Ung syne" place; Instead of having finished, my days among water-sharks, and other noxious insects, I am still a safe convey- ancer to land-sharks' l^orses, and other kinds of vegetables, and'hop?*, by 'the,- kindness "*of "the authorities," to li...

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VAN DIEMEN'S LAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Moreton Bay Courier — 26 August 1848

VAN DIEMEX'S LAND. WE are in receipt of Van Diemen's Land papers to the 1st instant. The Lieutenant Governor had made a tour through a portion of the island for the purpose of enabling him to judge of the state of the roads, which he seems to have taken under his especial care. The papers contain no news of general impor-   tance. The grain market was firm at former   prices.   THE NORFOLK PLAINS MURDER - CONFESSION OF THE MURDERERS. - It seldom falls to the lot of a journalist to have to record a more systematically   planned and cold blooded murder than that of the poor old man, Zimram Youram, residing at Norfolk Plains. From the confessions, it appears that from the moment the prisoner McDonough,   had conceived the robbery, the subject haunted his imagination continually, and having been   foiled after so many attempts, his passion was wrought up to that degree, that he appeared de-   &...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Moreton Bay Courier — 26 August 1848

BIRTH.   On the 21st instant, at Cressbrook, Mrs. Henry Mort, of a daughter.        

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Moreton Bay Courier — 26 August 1848

tó*.-v?-J«* STEAM TO SYDNEY. THE TAMAR WILL SAIL ON TUESDAY, AUGUST 29. [waa on every alternate Tuesday, as formerly. G. S. TUCKER, Agent. <H. R. S. N. Company's Wharf, Soutli Brisbane, FREIGHT OF WOOL. THE Freight of WOOL from Moreton Bay to Sydney, per Hunter River Steam Navigation Company's Steamers, from and after the 1st October next, will be as follows : ; Bale not exceeding ft. in. ft. in. ft. in. ".under hatches, on deck *4 6..2 3.. 2 3 from seam to seam 11s. Od. 10s. Od. 4 9..2 3..2 3 ditto lls.9d. 10s.9d. 5 0..2 3..2 3 ditto 12s;6d. lls.6d. and so on in proportion. No Wool will be stowed upon deck, except by the consent of the shipper. No Wool will be received where objections are made to its being pressed. GEORGE SALT TUCKER, ,H. R. S. N. Co.'s Wharf, Agent. South Brisbane, 18lh Aug., 1848. STEAM TO IPSWICH. SSjSgft 'J'HE public are informed that, 1 /.IF55-*» x unt,i further notice, the steamer ¡IJSP- : ; . EXPERIMENT . will make two trips weekly between Brisba...

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CLAIMS TO LEASES OF CROWN LANDS BEYOND THE SETTLED DISTRICTS. (From the Government Gazette.) DARLING DOWNS DISTRICT. Colonial Secretary's Office, Sydney, 2nd August, 1848. [Newspaper Article] — The Moreton Bay Courier — 26 August 1848

CLAIMS TO LEASES OF CROWN LANDS BEYOND THE SETTLED DISTRICTS. (From the Government Gazette.) DARLING DOWNS DISTRICT.   Colonial Secretary's Office, Sydney, 2nd August, 1843. His Excellency the Governor directs it to be noti- fied for the information of all persons interested, that in pursuance of her Majesty's Order in Coun- cil, of 9th March, 1847, the undermentioned per- sons have demanded leases of the several runs of Crown land particularised in connection with their respective names. Persons who object to any of these claims, either   wholly or in part, should lodge caveats at this office within, two months from the present date, specifying the lands to which their objections ex- tend, and the grounds on which their objections are based. It is to be distinctly understood, that the Go- vernment does not pledge itself to the issue of a lease in any case until due enquiry has been made   into the validity of the claim, and whether or not it m...

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THE Moreton Bay Courier. SATURDAY, AUGUST 26, 1848. LATEST NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Moreton Bay Courier — 26 August 1848

THE   Moreton Bay Courier.       SATURDAY, AUGUST 26, 1848.   LATEST NEWS.     THE arrivals during the week have brought us little news, the Vixen and Champion having both left Sydney the day after the steamer. Conflicting opinions still prevailed as to whether the Legislative Council could legally meet for the despatch of business minus the Port Phillip members. New writs had not issued, nor had the opinion formed by the Government on the subject transpired.   His Excellency the Governor was to visit Argyle in the beginning of September.

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Moreton Bay Courier — 26 August 1848

SALE BY PUBLIC AUCTION. MR. T. DOWSE WILL offer for Sale by Public Auction, at   his Auction Mart, North Brisbane, ON MONDAY NEXT, At 12 o'clock.   Sundry HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, con- sisting of   An elegant Chest of Drawers One ditto Cheffioneer Two pair of D Tables   Book Caae Stools, Chairs, and Sundries. MR. M. POWER WILL Sell by Public Auction, at the residence     of Mr. H. P. Dowse, North Brisbane,     ON TUESDAY NEXT, THE 29TH AUGUST, At 12 o'clock, Thirty Bags of FLOUR AFTER WHICH, Household Furniture, Kitchen Utensils, a case of Slops, and a few Other articles. Terms-Cash. SHEEP SHEARS. J. RICHARDSON has received direct from the maker, one case of WILKINSON'S Sheep         Shears, and four Bales Wool Bagging. RACING. THE lovers of Sport are informed that on WEDNESDAY, 13th SEPTEMBER next,   the following race ...

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LAND SALE. [Newspaper Article] — The Moreton Bay Courier — 26 August 1848

. . LANDSALE. - ON Wednesday last, a Government Land Sale of town and suburban allotments took placce in the   Court House. The attendance on the occasion was good, but the competition was not in general so great as at last sale. The following was the     result:-                   ^iTOîrN^IfOTS-^rNORTH BEISBANE. No. Perches, Amount. Purchaser.         Is, í 33 h STÍ ..'.,£22.10 0 James Smith ¿** &t& *....,.*.. 25 4 0 CharlesDenyer 3 x US" I . 1,. '22 10 0 -Byrnes 4 3J No oikr TOWN OF IPSWICH. 5 32 . 8 16 0 George Thorne (i- v 32 .. . -, 7 4 0 J M'Cabai 7 32 ." 12 0 0 F. lalbot SUBURBAN LOTS-SOUTH BRISBANE. No. Acres, lids. Per. . . , 1 4 -3 0~- ^^No^nèf**1 " 2 3*2 0 .A No oiler '3 4.0 8 < J \\ Np oller 4 7 0 0 17 ]0;#fTiP»ndcrgnss 5 8,-,, 2 32 «k21 lS...

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